NVCC FALL 2003 Class Schedule
    

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Northern Virginia Community College
    

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Old Dominion University offers you the opportunity to complete a bachelorís or masterís degree in Northern Virginia! Complete your first two years at Northern Virginia Community College and your junior and senior courses on-site through live, interactive satellite technology. All student services are conducted on-site, including advising. For more information, contact the site nearest you.

FALL 2003 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

*Classes are Subject to Change
    

Check with site staff before planning your schedule. On-line classes also available.
    

(August 23, 2003 Ė December 13, 2003)

CRSE/NO. DAY TIME

TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

CREDIT

 
   

ACCOUNTING (ACCT)

   
ACCT 317  

Accounting Information Systems

 

3

  T 1300-1545 Henry  
ACCT 4/505  

Accounting and Auditing in the Public/Nonprofit Sector

 

3

  F 1300-1545     Henry  
 

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 301  

Structural Analysis

 

3

    Web course.   Keplar
CET 305  

Principles of Surveying

 

3

    Web course.     Rand  
CET 310  

Foundations of Building Construction

 

3

  T 1600-1900     Lewis  
CET 314  

Boundary and Mock Trial Law

 

3

  F 0800-1030     Rand  
CET 318  

Control /GPS Surveying

 

3

  W 1900-2200     Zhou  
CET 420  

Hydrology and Drainage

 

3

  F 1330-1600     Keplar  
CET 425  

Land Design and Develop

 

3

    Web course.     Rand  
CET 452  

Reinforced Masonry and Wood Design

 

3

    Web course.     Lewis  
CET 460  

Construction Cost Estimating

 

3

  W 1915-2200     Constidine  
CET 475W  

Senior Design Project

 

3

      Kauffmann  
 

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONS (CHP)

CHP 415  

Critical Issues in Community Health

 

3

    Web course.     TBA  
CHP 450  

Public and Community Health Administration

 

3

    Web course.     TBA  
CHP 601  

Research Design and Evaluation in the Health Professions

 

3

  F 1915-2200        
CHP 633  

Financing Health Care

 

3

  F 1915-2200 Flannery  
 

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 252

UNIX for Programmers

 

1

    Web course.   Zeil
CS 300  

Internet Concepts

 

3

  W 0800-1045   Price
CS 330  

Object Oriented Design

3
  T/ 1130-1245   Zeil
CS 333  

Object Oriented Programming/ Problems

3
    Web course.   Wild
CS 350  

Software Engineering

3
  T/ 1000-1115   Overstreet
CS 381  

Discrete Structures

3
    Web course.   Toida
CS 4/519  

Internet Databases

3
    Web course.   Shen
CS 471  

Operating Systems

3
    Web course.   Mukkamala
 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS/SOC 337  

Introduction to Social Research

 

3

  M 1915-2200   Smith  
CRJS 401  

Understanding Violence

 

3

  F 1615-1900   Lombardo  
CRJS 426  

Criminological Theory

 

3

  M     Triplett  
 

DECISION SCIENCES (DSCI)

DSCI 206

Probability and Statistics for Business and Economics

 

3

  M 1300-1545   Markowski  
 

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 4/500

Foundations/Legal/Ethical Aspects in General and Special Education

 

3

  S 0800-1100   Butler
ESSE 506

Students with Diverse Learning Needs in the General Education Classroom

 

3

    On-line course.   Miller-Dunleavy & Baker  
ESSE 513

Fundamentals of Human Growth and Development

 

3

    On-line course.   Tonelson
ESSE 530

The Family and Child with Special Needs: Life Span Transitions

 

3

  F 1615-1900   Myatt  
ESSE 618

Characteristics and Strategies for Teaching Students with Emotional /Behavioral Disorders

 

3

  F 1915-2200 Butler  
ESSE 626  

Instructional Strategies for Students with Learning

 

3

  S 1115-1415 Butler  
ESSE 628  

Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities

 

3

  R 1615-1900 Miller-Dunleavy  
 
 

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 301

Social and Cultural Foundations of Education

 

3

  TBA 1915-2200   Allen
ECI 304  

Educational Applications of Computers

 

3

    On-line course.   Duesbury
ECI 4/532

Developmental Instructional Strategies PreK-6; Language Arts

 

3

  F 1300-1645   TBA
ECI 4/534  

Developmental Instructional Strategies PreK-6; Science

 
  W 1915-2200    
ECI 4/535  

Developmental Instructional Strategies PreK-6; Social Studies

TBA
  F 1300-1545    
ECI 436  

Classroom Management and Practice Pre-K-6

McKinnery
  W 1300-1545    
ECI 475  

Web Development for Educators

TBA
    Web course.    
ECI 565  

Web Development for Educators

TBA
    Web course.    
ECI 680  

Reading to Learn Across the Curriculum

Morgan
  T 1615-1900    
ECI 530  

The Family and Child with Special Needs

Schultz
    *On-line course.    
ECI 551   Developmental Instructional Strategies for Teaching in Secondary School: English
Wolfe
    *On-line course.    
ECI 553  

Developmental Instructional Strategies for Teaching in Middle/High School: Mathematics

McKinney
    *On-line course.    
ECI 612  

Classroom Management

TBA
    *On-line course.    
ECI 615  

Teaching in the Middle School

Manning
    *On-line course.    
ECI 642  

Childrenís Literature Across the Curriculum:K8

TBA
    *On-line course.    
ECI 680  

Reading to Learn Across the Curriculum

Morgan
    *On-line course.    
ECI 586  

Student Teaching for Special Endorsement

Fleener
    *On-line course.    
ECI 667  

Internship and Seminar

Fleener
    TBA    
 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET 310

Digital Electronics

 

3

    *Video Streaming course   Jones
EET 335  

Linear Electronics Laboratory

 

3

    Web based lab. Jones  
EET 360  

Electrical Power and Machinery

 

3

  T 0845-1000 Hackworth  
EET 365W  

Electrical Power and Machinery Lab

 

3

    Web based lab. Hackworth  
EET 410  

Communication Principles

 

3

  T 1915-2200 TBA  
EET 480W  

Senior Project/EET

   
    *Video Streaming course. Kauffmann  
 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

ENMA 301  

Engineering Management

 

3

  S 0800-1100     TBA  
ENMA 601  

Analysis of Organizational Systems

 

3

  T 1915-2200 Sousa-Poza  
ENMA 603  

Operations Research

 

3

  S 1115-1415 Rabadi  
ENMA 614  

Quality Systems Design

 

3

  R 1915-2200 Stafford  
ENMA 7/817  

Cost Engineering

 

3

  M 1915-2200 Unal  
       

3

 

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 334W

Technical Writing

 

3

  S 0800-1100 TBA  
ENGL 463  

Women Writers

 

3

  T/ 1445-1600 Gopel  
 

FINANCE (FIN)

FIN 319  

Principles of Real Estate

 

3

  T 1000-1245 TBA  
FIN 323  

Introductory Financial Management

 

3

  S 1430-1730 Stiner  
FIN 331  

Legal Environment of Business

 

3

  W 1615-1900 Zugelder  
FIN 431  

Investments

 

3

  F 1000-1245 TBA  
 

HISTORY (HIST)

HIST 355  

The United States 1945-1991

 

3

  T/R 0800-0915     Sweeney  
 

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 341  

Introduction to Human Services Counseling

 

3

  R 1915-2200   Neukrug  
COUN 343  

Human Services Counseling Methods

 

3

  M 1000-1245   Lovell  
COUN 344  

Career Development and Appraisal

 

3

  F 1615-1900   Jurgens  
COUN 447  

Addictions: Theory and Intervention

 

3

  S 1115-1415   Blagen  
COUN 468  

Internship in Human Services Counseling

 

12

  W 1130-1230   Duggan  
COUN 807  

Adult/College Student Development

 

3

  W 0800-1045   TBA  
 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IT)

IT 425  

Information Systems Planning and Analysis

 

3

    Web based course.   Mann  
IT 450  

Business Telecommunications

 

3

  W 0800-1045   Copeland  
IT 473  

Information Systems Analysis and Design

 

3

  W 1100-1345   Matika  
 

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 325  

Contemporary Organizations and Management

 

3

  R 1915-2200     Yacus  
MGMT 417  

Employment Law

 

3

  T 1915-2200     Winn  
MGMT 451  

Organizational Behavior

 

3

  S 1115-1415     McAfee  
MGMT 485W  

Business Strategy and Policy

 

3

  W 1300-1545 Key  
 

MARKETING (MKTG)

MKTG 403  

Advertising Strategy

 

3

  R 1300-1545 TBA  
MKTG 411  

Multi-National Marketing

 

3

  R 1000-1245 Winn  
 

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

MATH 302  

Geometry

 

3

T/R 0930-1045

Beck

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (MET)

MET 320  

Design of Machine Elements

 

3

  R 1915-2200     Moustafa  
MET 435W  

Senior Project

 

3

    *Video Streaming course.     Kauffmann  
MET 450  

Energy Systems

 

3

  R 1615-1900     Mohieldin  
             

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 305  

Health Assessment

 

3

  M 1915-2200     Brown  
NURS 306  

Theoretical Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice

 

3

  M 1615-1900     TBA  
NURS 401  

Career Pathway: Assessment

 

3

  M 1615-1900     Palmer  
NURS 610  

Theoretical Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice

 

3

  T 1615-1900     Smith  
NURS 620  

Professional Relationships and Human Resource Management in Nursing and Health Care

 

3

    Web based course.     Ternus  
    Internship     TBA  
NURS 636  

Instructional Delivery Methods in Nursing Education

 

3

  W 1615-1900     Karlowicz  
NURS 714  

Family and Community Focused Primary Care

 

3

  T 1300-1545     Tenus  
NURS 735  

Leadership in Nursing Health System I

 

3

  W 1615-1900     Scott  
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

OTED 4/500  

Instructional Systems Development

 

3

  S 1430-1730   Netherton
OTED 635  

Research Methods in Occupational and Technical Studies

 

3

  M 1600-1845   Ritz
OTED 7/889  

Instruction Technology Education and Training

 
  M 1300-1545   Deal
OTED 790  

Practicum in Vocational Education

 
    TBA   Ritz
OTED 7/897  

Independent Study in Vocational Education

 
    TBA   Ritz
OTED 868  

Internship

 
    TBA   Ritz
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (OTS)

OTS 370T  

Technology and Society

 

3

  F 1615-1900     Fischer  
 

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 305  

Professional Communication

 

3

  W 1915-2200     Harrell  
 

PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)

PHIL 303U

Business Ethics

 

3

  T 1915-2200 Pearson  
 

PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)

PSYC 304  

Social Psychology

 

3

    Web based course.   Gillen  
PSYC 306  

Health Psychology

 

3

  M 0800-0915 Derlega  
PSYC 323  

Psychology of Women

 

3

  T/R 1915-2200 Clarke  
 
+Northern Virginia Higher Ed. Center at Loudoun offers additional courses and majors. Please contact at 703-948-2750 for more information. Additional courses may be offered at individual sites. Please check with the Site Director to see what courses are available.

COMMUNITY EDUCATION

    The Community Education Program is one of several instructional programs of the College. It includes short courses, workshops, and training to meet the needs of the local community. The courses are not for credit, but in most cases Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded. Contact the Office of Continuing Education at the campus nearest you to request further information. Fees charged for these courses cover the instructional and administrative costs. The courses are self-supporting.


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