NVCC Spring 1999 Class Schedule
    Extended Learning Institute Spring 1999 Schedule

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For telephone registration, index numbers can be found in campus listings under "continuous enrollment." Orientation is required for all first-time ELI students (see the previous page for more information). Please contact the ELI office if your address has changed since the last time you registered.
    The following icons show which technologies are used in each ELI class. More than one icon indicates that more than one technology is used. "Or" means that you can choose to use one or the other of the technologies shown.

  Computer/Computer Conferencing
  Television/Videotape
  Voice Mail
  World Wide Web
  Audiotape


  DEPT. SECT.      
COURSE NO. NO. COURSE TITLE CR. INST.

ACCOUNTING
ACC 211 92 Principles of Accounting I 3 Banas
  Telecourse: ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES. Requires viewing thirty-four 15-minute videos (see TV schedule) and eight to twelve hours of computer use. Computers available on campus if needed.    
           
ACC 212 92 Principles of Accounting II 3 Gale
  Telecourse: HOMEWORK HELP. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
ADJ 100 92 Survey of Criminal Justice 3 Linville
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January.    
         
ADJ 107 92 Survey of Criminology 3 Linville
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Also listed as SOC 236. Materials available in January.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY
AST 107 92 Editing/Proofreading Skills 3 Wigle
  , Requires completion of computerized exercises. Must have access to Word or WordPerfect(TM) 5.1 [or later version for DOS or Windows(TM)].    
           
AST 141 92 Word Processing I 3 Mickey
  Requires access to any full-featured word processing program on any computer with printer at home or office.    
           
AST 142 92 Word Processing II 3 Mickey
  Requires access to any full-featured word processing program on any computer with printer at home or office.    

ART
ART 105 92 Art in World Culture 3 Tebow
  , Telecourse: ART IN THE WESTERN WORLD. Nine 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Survey of art and architecture of the western world from Greece through the present.    

BIOLOGY
BIO 101 92 General Biology I 4 Erdahl
  Requires one trip on a Friday evening to the Alexandria Campus science lab and one trip to the Smithsonian Institution. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
BIO 101 S1 Lab for General Biology I   Erdahl
      Only for students taking BIO 101 through ELI.    
           
BIO 102 92 General Biology II 4 Wise
  , Requires one trip on a Thursday or Friday evening to the Alexandria Campus science lab and one trip to the National Zoo. Requires viewing several videos available from local video stores. BIO 101 is a prerequisite for 102.    
           
BIO 102 S1 Lab for General Biology II   Wise
      Only for students taking BIO 102 through ELI.    
           
BIO 141 92 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 Daron
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Requires use of 9 interactive CDs.    
           
BIO 141 S1 Lab for Human Anatomy and Physiology I   Daron
      Only for students taking BIO 141 through ELI.    

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
BUS 100 92 Introduction to Business 3 Emory
  Requires completion of assignments on a weekly schedule. Requires viewing twenty-two 5 to 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
BUS 125 92 Applied Business Mathematics 3 Corbett
  Telecourse: BY THE NUMBERS. Requires viewing ten 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
BUS 165 92 Small Business Management 3 Corbett
  , Requires viewing five 60-minute videos (see TV schedule) and completing a computerized business plan.    
         
BUS 200 92 Principles of Management 3 Brady
  Telecourse: TAKING THE LEAD. Requires viewing twenty-six 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
         
BUS 202 92 Applied Management Principles 3 Emory
  or Prerequisite: completion of BUS 150 or BUS 200. Requires regular participation in computer or voice mail conferences; computer conference participants may use their own computers/modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
           
BUS 241 92 Business Law I 3 King
  Telecourse: BUSINESS AND THE LAW. Requires viewing twenty-four 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
BUS 242 92 Business Law II 3 King
  Telecourse: BUSINESS AND THE LAW. Requires viewing thirteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule). Prerequisite: BUS 241.    

CHEMISTRY
CHM 111 92 College Chemistry I 4 Savkar
  , Designed primarily for science and engineering majors. Prerequisites: satisfactory placement scores for ENG 111 and MTH 165 or 166; high school chemistry or equivalent is strongly recommended. Requires home laboratory exercises, lab experiments on the Annandale campus, and participation in on-line computer interaction. Students may use their own computers and modems or computer workstations in campus labs. Includes viewing twenty-six 30-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    
           
CHM 111 S1 Lab for College Chemistry I   Savkar
      Only for students taking CHM 111 through ELI.    
           
CHM 112 92 College Chemistry II 4 Savkar
  , Designed primarily for science and engineering majors. Prerequisite: CHM 111. Requires home laboratory exercises, lab experiments on the Annandale campus, and participation in on-line computer interaction. Students may use their own computers and modems or computer workstations in campus labs. Includes viewing twenty-six 30-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    
           
CHM 112 S1 Lab for College Chemistry II   Savkar
      Only for students taking CHM 112 through ELI.    

ECONOMICS
ECO 120 92 Survey of Economics 3 Russell
  Telecourse: ECONOMICS USA. Requires viewing sixteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
ECO 201 92 Principles of Economics I 3 Russell
  First part of telecourse: ECONOMICS USA. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
ECO 202 92 Principles of Economics II 3 Russell
  Second part of telecourse: ECONOMICS USA. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    

ENGINEERING
EGR 115 92 Engineering Graphics 2 Napisa
  , Requires viewing nine 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Required laboratory is conducted on-line via computer conference; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Registration closes January 29.    
           
EGR 120 92 Introduction to Engineering 2 Drapeau
  Prerequisites: MTH 173 and ENG 111. Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Requires attending one group meeting at ELI, 8000 Forbes Place, Springfield, date and time TBA. Registration closes January 29.    
           
EGR 126 92 Computer Programming for Engineers 3 Wu
  Prerequisites: MTH 173 and EGR 120. Required laboratory is conducted via on-line computer interaction, students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Includes viewing one video. Registration closes January 29.    
           
EGR 140 92 Engineering Mechanics--Statics 3 Wu
  , Corequisites: MTH 277 and PHY 241. Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Includes viewing seven 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    
           
EGR 245 92 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics 3 Wu
  , Prerequisites: MTH 277 and EGR 140. Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Includes viewing eight 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    
           
EGR 251 92 Basic Electric Circuits I 3 Rassai
  , Prerequisite: MTH 291; corequisites: MTH 285, MTH 292 and PHY 242. Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Includes viewing eight 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    

ENGLISH
    
    Do not register or send tuition for ENG 111 until you have taken the English Placement Test at any one of the five campus learning labs. You will be notified within two weeks of your eligibility for the course. If you have already taken an English Placement Test on campus, or if you have any questions, please call ELI (323-3368) for information. Proficiency in standard written English is a prerequisite for ENG 111.

    Note: Sections 90, 91, and 92 use different textbooks, teaching methods and technologies. Please review carefully before you select a section.

ENG 111 90 College Composition I 3 LíHeureux
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations.    
           
ENG 111 91 College Composition I 3 Thompson
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. This section is intended for students who score 19 or above for reading and 24-28 for writing on the APS Test, or 76-100 for reading and 60-84 for writing on the COMPASS Test. It must be taken with ELIís ENG 009 listed below.    
           
ENG 009 91 Individualized Instruction/Writing 3 Thompson
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. This is a supplement to ENG 111 to provide individualized support to student writers. This section is intended for students who score 19 or above for reading and 24-28 for writing on the APS Test, or 76-100 for reading and 60-84 for writing on the COMPASS Test. It must be taken with ELIís ENG 111 (Section 91) listed above.    
           
ENG 111 92 College Composition I 3 Ryan
  , Requires viewing videos purchased in the bookstore and use of an IBM-compatible computer. Computers are available in campus labs for those who need them.    
           
ENG 112 90 College Composition II 3 Simpson
  Prerequisite: completion of ENG 111. World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Registration closes January 29.    
           
ENG 112 92 College Composition II 3 Miller
  , Prerequisite: completion of ENG 111. Requires listening to audiotapes and viewing videos available in the LRCs and/or video stores. Optional participation in a computer conference is also available; students may use their own computers/modems or workstations in campus computer lab for computer conferencing.    
           
ENG 115 92 Technical Writing 3 Thompson
  or Prerequisite: completion of ENG 111 or its equivalent. Includes either regular participation in an on-line computer conference, or purchase and study of sample student papers with audio-taped comments. Computer conference participants may use their own computers/modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
           
ENG 116 92 Writing for Business 3 Heneghan
  Prerequisite ENG 111 or equivalent. Requires viewing four televised lessons (see TV schedule).    
           
ENG 135 92 Applied Grammar 3 Leggat
  Covers the English sentence from parts of speech to punctuation. Includes voice mail lectures.    
           
ENG 230 92 Mysteries in Literature and Film 3 Riggin
  Requires viewing five 30-minute videos (sold in bookstore) or can be taped from cable TV (see TV blockfeed schedule); and five feature films available from local video stores.    
         
ENG 241 92 Survey of American Literature I 3 Riggin
  Covers literature from the Colonial Period through the Civil War. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Requires viewing twelve 60-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
ENG 242 92 Survey of American Literature II 3 Ryan
  , Covers literature from Reconstruction to the present. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Requires listening to audiotapes and viewing videos in the LRC.    
           
ENG 243 92 Survey of English Literature I 3 Leggat
  Covers major English works from the Anglo-Saxon period through the 18th Century. Includes voice mail lectures. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor.    
           
ENG 244 92 Survey of English Literature II 3 Leggat
  Covers major English works from the 18th Century to the present. Includes voice mail lectures. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor.    
           
ENG 251 90 Survey of World Literature I 3 Thompson
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Covers classics from the Ancient World to the European Renaissance. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Materials available in January.    
           
ENG 251 92 Survey of World Literature I 3 Thompson
  Covers classics from the Ancient World to the European Renaissance. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor.    
           
ENG 252 92 Survey of World Literature II 3 Thompson
  Covers world literature from the 17th to the 20th century. Requires viewing eight 30-minute videos (see TV schedule). Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor.    
           
ENG 253 92 Survey of African-American Literature 3 Blunt
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus work stations. Introduces works by African-American writers from the Colonial period to the Twentieth century. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Materials available in January.    
           
ENG 255 92 Major Writers in World Literature 3 Thompson
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Covers myths and stories (IST 128, World Wide Web course) of the Trojan War. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Also listed as HUM 241. Materials available in January.    
           
ENG 273 92 Women in Literature I 3 Ryan
  Covers 17th-19th Century. May take ENG 273-274 in any order or simultaneously. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Requires viewing six hours of video (sold in bookstore) and films in the LRC and/or video stores.    
           
ENG 274 92 Women in Literature II 3 Ryan
  Covers 20th Century. May take ENG 273-274 in any order or simultaneously. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or permission of instructor. Requires viewing six hours of video (sold in bookstore) and one film in the LRC.    
           
ENG 295 90 Topics in Film: American Cinema 3 Riggin
  Telecourse: AMERICAN CINEMA. Requires viewing ten 60-minute videos. Covers history and styles of Hollywood filmmaking from silent era to the 90s.    
           
ENG 295 92 Topics in Professional Writing: Writing Use Manuals 3 Heneghan
  Teaches the design and writing of manuals for users of computers and other technologies. ENG 111 and ENG 115 or permission of the instructor are prerequisites. Viewing of televised lessons required (see TV schedule for ENG 116).    

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
ESL 014 92 Oral and Written Communications I 5 Adamson
  , Telecourse: CROSSROADS CAFE. Prerequistes: a score of at least 50 on the English Placement Test. Requires viewing thirteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule) and conversation by telephone.    

FINANCIAL SERVICES
FIN 107 92 Personal Finance 3 Corbett
  Telecourse: PERSONAL FINANCE. Requires viewing four hours of video (see TV schedule) and completing a personal budget exercise.    

FRENCH
FRE 101 92 Beginning French I 5 Bull
  , , Telecourse: FRENCH IN ACTION. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute programs (see TV schedule), listening to audio cassettes, and using voice mail. Registration closes January 29.    
           
FRE 102 92 Beginning French II 5 Bull
  , , Telecourse: FRENCH IN ACTION. Requires viewing twelve 30-minute programs (see TV schedule), listening to audio cassettes, and using voice mail. Registration closes January 29.    
           
FRE 201 92 Intermediate French I 3 Bull
  , , Telecourse: FRENCH IN ACTION. Requires viewing approximately thirteen 30-minute programs (see TV Schedule), listening to audio cassettes, and using voice mail. Registration closes on January 29.    
           
FRE 202 92 Intermediate French II 3 Bull
  , , Telecourse: French in Action. Requires viewing 13 30-minute programs (see TV schedule), listening to audio cassettes, and using voice mail. Registration closes January 29, Materials available in January.    

GEOGRAPHY
GEO 200 92 Introduction to Physical Geography 3 Fye
  Telecourse: EARTH REVEALED. Requires viewing nineteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
GEO 210 92 Introduction to Cultural Geography 3 Fye
  Telecourse: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. Requires viewing ten 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    

HISTORY
HIS 101 90 History of Western Civilization I 3 Evans
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations.    
           
HIS 101 92 History of Western Civilization I 3 Evans
  Telecourse: WESTERN TRADITION I. Covers through the 17th Century. Requires viewing twelve 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
HIS 102 90 History of Western Civilization II 3 Evans
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations.    
           
HIS 102 92 History of Western Civilization II 3 Evans
  Telecourse: WESTERN TRADITION II. Covers from the 17th Century to the present. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
         
HIS 121 92 United States History I 3 McClellan
  or Covers from pre-Columbian times through the Civil War. Requires either viewing seven 60-minute videos (see TV schedule) or regular participation in a computer conference. Students may use their own computers/modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Also requires four projects involving visits to local historical sites or libraries.    
           
HIS 122 92 United States History II 3 McClellan
  or Covers from Reconstruction to the present. Requires either viewing seven 60-minute videos (see TV schedule) or regular participation in a computer conference. Students may use their own computers/modems or workstations in campus computer labs. Also requires four projects involving visits to local historical sites or libraries.    
           
HIS 135 92 History of the Contemporary World 3 Evans
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Covers history of the world since 1945.    
           
HIS 269 92 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 Poland
  Requires viewing several videos (available at video rental stores). One to four optional local field trips.    
         
HIS 276 92 United States History Since WW II 3 Errico
  Covers from 1945 to the present, studying both domestic developments and American involvement in international affairs. Requires viewing twenty-six 30-minute videos (see TV schedule). Requires projects involving visits to local historical sites or libraries.    

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
HIT 113 92 Medical Terminology and Disease Processes I 3 Bergen
  Restricted enrollment course for students program-placed in Medical Transcription, Clinical Data Coding,or Health Information Technology curriculum. To receive information on how to become program-placed, call the medical transcription office at 323-3435. Includes voice mail activities. Optional use of pronunciation exercises on computer disk which accompanies text book.    
           
HIT 114 92 Medical Terminology and Disease Processes II 3 Bergen
  Restricted enrollment course for students program-placed in Medical Transcription, Clinical Data Coding, or Health Information Technology curriculum. To receive information on how to become program-placed, call the medical transcription office at 323-3435. Includes voice mail activities. Prerequisite: Completion of HIT 113. Required use of voice mail conferencing to communicate with instructor.    
           
HIT 121 92N Medical Transcription I 4 Pierce
  , , Restricted enrollment course for students program-placed in the Medical Transcription curriculum. To receive information on how to become program-placed, call the medical transcription office at 323-3435. Requires completion of or simultaneous enrollment in AST 141, HIT 114, NAS 150, and ENG 135. Includes voice mail lectures. Requires purchase of SUM audio tapes, access to a transcribing machine, an IBM computer loaded with Word Perfect™ or Word™ software, and access to a printer. Equipment is available for student use in the Nursing AV lab on the Annandale campus during normal business hours.    
           
HIT 122 92 Medical Transcription II 4 Pierce
  , , , Restricted enrollment course for students program-placed in the Medical Transcription curriculum. To receive information on how to become program-placed, call the medical transcription office at 323-3435. Requires completion of or simultaneous enrollment in HIT 121. Includes voice mail lectures and viewing five videotapes. Requires purchase of SUM audio tapes, access to a transcribing machine, an IBM computer loaded with Word Perfect (TM) or Word (TM) software, and access to a printer. Equipment is available for student use in the Nursing AV lab on the Annandale campus during normal business hours. Materials available in January.    
           
HIT 241 92 Fundamentals of Health Information Systems III 3 Bailey
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Prerequisite: HIT 215. Restricted enrollment course for students program-placed in the Clinical Data Coding Specialist Career Certificate curriculum. To receive information on how to become program-placed, call 323-3435. One campus visit is required to complete a lab.    

HUMANITIES
HUM 241 92 Interdisciplinary Principles of the Humanities 3 Thompson
  World Wide Web course. Covers myths and stories of the Trojan War. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Also listed as ENG 255. Materials available in January.    

INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
IST 100 90 Introduction to Information Systems 3 Rynn
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations.    
           
IST 100 92 Introduction to Information Systems 3 Rynn
  Telecourse: COMPUTER CHRONICLES. Requires viewing thirteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
IST 117 92 Introduction To Microcomputer Software 3 Rynn
  Requires access at home or office to Windows 95 and Office 95 or 97, Professional Edition, on a computer with printer. Optional participation in a computer conference is also available; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
           
IST 123 92 Spreadsheet Software 3 McCullough
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January.    
           
IST 128 92 Introduction to Internet Services 3 McCullough
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January.    
           
IST 133 92 Database Management Software 3 Worthington
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January.    

LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY
LBR 105 90 Library Skills for Research 1 Delmore
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Requires at least one visit to a campus library. Materials available in January.    
           
LBR 105 92 Library Skills for Research 1 Delmore
  Requires significant use of campus libraries either in several long sessions or in more frequent shorter sessions.    

MARKETING
MKT 100 92 Principles of Marketing 3 Wood
  Telecourse: MARKETING. Requires viewing ten 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Also requires visits to a local store and a local library.    

MATHEMATICS
MTH 001 92 Developmental Math 4 Norris
  You will receive a placement test to determine your starting level in arithmetic, algebra I or algebra II. Credits do not count toward graduation. Requires viewing several videos (available in LRCs.)    
           
MTH 151 92 Math for the Liberal Arts I 3 Goral
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January.    
           
MTH 163 92 Precalculus 3 Norris
  Prerequisites: Three units of high school mathematics including two units of algebra and one unit of geometry or equivalent and a satisfactory score on a proficiency test (test may be taken at any campus LRC). Note: This section is not recommended for those who have had trouble with math in the past. Requires viewing videos in LRC or use of interactive CD-ROM.    
           
MTH 166 92 Precalculus & Trigonometry 5 Norris
  or Prerequisites: Three units of high school mathematics including two units of algebra and one unit of geometry or equivalent and a satisfactory score on a proficiency test (test may be taken at any campus LRC). Note: This section is not recommended for those who have had trouble with math in the past. Requires viewing videos in LRC or use of interactive CD-ROM.    
         
MTH 173 92 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I 5 Semmler
  , Prerequisites: MTH 166 or MTH 164 or (1) satisfactory score on an appropriate proficiency exam and (2) two units of algebra, one unit of geometry, and one-half unit each of trigonometry and precalculus. Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
           
MTH 174 92 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II 5 Semmler
  , Prerequisite: MTH 173. Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute programs (see TV schedule). Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
         
MTH 271 92 Applied Calculus I 3 Izadi
  Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on an appropriate proficiency examination and completion of MTH 163, 165 or 166. Call ELI, 323-3368, for details. Requires viewing thirteen 30-minute programs (see TV schedule).    
           
MTH 277 92 Vector Calculus 4 Goral
  , Prerequisite: MTH 174. Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute programs (see TV schedule). Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    
         
MTH 291 92 Differential Equations 3 Goral
  Prerequisite: MTH 174. Participation in on-line computer interaction is required; students may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    

NATURAL SCIENCE
NAS 150 92 Human Biology 4 Daron
  , , A non-laboratory course. Includes viewing six 30-minute programs (see TV schedule). Also requires use of five interactive CDís.    

PHILOSOPHY
PHI 101 92 Introduction to Philosophy I 3 Gregory
  Requires viewing twenty-one 20- and 30-minute videos.    
           
PHI 111 92 Logic I 3 Gregory
  Requires viewing fifteen 60-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PHI 112 92 Logic II 3 Gregory
  Requires viewing fifteen 60-minute videos (available for rental in LRCs).    
           
PHI 220 92 Ethics 3 Gregory
  Provides a systematic study of classical and contemporary ethical systems and their application to concrete situations. Requires viewing six videos ranging from 20 to 40 minutes in length (see TV schedule).    

PHYSICS
PHY 101 92 Introduction to Physics I 4 Frye
  Prerequisite: satisfactory placement score for ENG 111. Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute televised lectures (see TV schedule). Also requires completion of twelve laboratory exercises: eight at home using a lab kit purchased in the bookstore, two at Annandale Campus. Annandale Physics Lab open for PHY 101, 102, - ELI students on Fridays (5:00PM) and Saturdays (8:00AM) on February 26, February 27, March 26, March 27, April 30, and May1. Two trips to an amusement park/playground and a planetarium are also required. Registration closes January 29.    
           
PHY 101 S1 Lab for Introduction to Physics I   Frye
      Only for students taking PHY 101 through ELI.    
           
PHY 102 92 Introduction to Physics II 4 Frye
  Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute televised lectures (see TV schedule). Also requires completion of twelve laboratory exercises; ten at home using a lab kit purchased in the bookstore, and two at Annandale Campus. Annandale Physics Lab open for PHY 101, 102, - ELI students on Fridays (5:00PM) and Saturdays (8:00AM) on February 26, February 27, March 26, March 27, April 30, and May1. Registration closes January 29.    
           
PHY 102 S1 Lab for Introduction to Physics II   Frye
      Only for students taking PHY 102 through ELI.    

POLITICAL SCIENCE
PLS 211 92 U.S. Government I 3 Simmons
  , Telecourse: VOICES IN DEMOCRACY. Requires viewing sixteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule) and participating in voice mail conference. Focuses on the history and structure of the national government, including principles of federalism, civil rights and individual liberties, and people and politics. Encourages Internet access for research. Materials available in January. .    
           
PLS 212 92 U.S. Government II 3 Simmons
  , Telecourse: VOICES IN DEMOCRACY. . Requires viewing nine 30-minute videos (see TV schedule) and participating in voice mail conference. Focuses on the policymakers in congress, the White House and the courts and policies they make. Materials available in January. An on-line computer conference is optional: participants may use their own computers and modems or workstations in campus computer labs.    

PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 100 92 Principles of Applied Psychology 3 Quinn
  , Use of a computer required (computers are available on campus if needed) as is viewing of three 60-minute videos (available in LRCs and bookstores).    
           
PSY 201 90 Introduction to Psychology I 3 Quinn
  , World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Telecourse: DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY. Requires viewing eleven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PSY 201 92 Introduction to Psychology I 3 Quinn
  Telecourse: DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY. Requires viewing eleven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PSY 202 90 Introduction to Psychology II 3 Finkelstein
  , World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Telecourse: DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY. Requires viewing eleven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PSY 202 92 Introduction to Psychology II 3 Finkelstein
  Telecourse: DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY. Requires viewing eleven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PSY 231 92 Life Span Human Development I 3 Siry
  Telecourse: WORLDS OF CHILDHOOD. Requires viewing twelve 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
PSY 232 92 Life Span Human Development II 3 Siry
  Requires listening to ten 30-minute audio tapes from SEASONS OF LIFE.    
           
PSY 235 92 Child Psychology 3 Siry
  Telecourse: WORLDS OF CHILDHOOD. Requires viewing twelve 30-minute videos, different from those used for PSY 231 (see TV schedule). PSY 235-236-237 may be taken in any order.    
           
PSY 236 92 Adolescent Psychology 3 Siry
  Requires listening to eight 30-minute audio tapes from SEASONS OF LIFE.    
           
PSY 237 92 Adult Psychology 3 Siry
  , Telecourse: SEASONS OF LIFE. Requires viewing four 60-minute videos (see TV schedule) and listening to four 30-minute audiotapes.    

PUBLIC SERVICE
PBS 100 92 Introduction to Public Administration 3 Emory
  , World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Requires viewing four 30 to 45-minute videos. Materials available in January. Registration closes January 29.    
           
PBS 116 92 Public Budgeting and Finance 3 Banas
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January. Registration closes January 29.    
           
PBS 240 92 Constitutional Law 3 King
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Materials available in January. Registration closes January 29.    

SOCIOLOGY
SOC 201 92 Introduction to Sociology I 3 Haledjian
  Telecourse: SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
         
SOC 202 92 Introduction to Sociology II 3 Haledjian
  Telecourse: SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION. Requires viewing fourteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
SOC 215 92 Sociology of the Family 3 Haledjian
  Telecourse: PORTRAIT OF A FAMILY. Requires viewing twenty-six 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
           
SOC 236 92 Survey of Criminology 3 Linville
  World Wide Web course. Requires Internet access or frequent use of campus workstations. Also listed as ADJ 107. Materials available in January.    
           
SOC 245 92 Sociology of Aging 3 Haledjian
  Telecourse: GROWING OLD IN A NEW AGE. Requires viewing thirteen 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Materials available in January.    

SPANISH
SPA 101 92 Beginning Spanish I 5 Vergara
  , , Telecourse: DESTINOS. Requires viewing eleven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule), listening to audio tapes (available in LRCs), and using voicemail. Registration closes January 29.    
           
SPA 102 92 Beginning Spanish II 5 Sasscer
  , , Telecourse: DESTINOS. Requires viewing fifteen 30-minute videos (see TV schedule), listening to audio tapes (available in LRCs), and using voicemail. Prerequisite: SPA 101. Registration closes January 29.    
           
SPA 201 92 Intermediate Spanish I 3 Sasscer
  , , Telecourse: DESTINOS. Requires viewing ten 30-minute programs (see TV schedule), listening to audiocassettes, and using voicemail. Prerequisite: SPA 102. Registration closes January 29.    
           
SPA 202 92 Intermediate Spanish II 3 Sasscer
  , , Telecourses: DESTINOS. Requires viewing sixteen 30-minute programs (see TV schedule), listening to audiocassettes, and using voicemail. Prerequisite: SPA 201 or equivalent. Registration closes January 29.    

SPEECH AND DRAMA
SPD 100 92 Principles of Public Speaking 3 Peck
  , Requires attending four small group meetings at ELI, 8000 Forbes Place, Springfield on the evenings (7:00-10:00PM) of February 10, March 10, April 14, May 12. Requires viewing twelve 60-minute videos (see TV schedule). Registration closes January 29.    

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
STD 100 90 Orientation 1 McCreight
  , Requires visits to an NVCC campus. Addresses study skills, time and stress management, learning styles, diversity, test taking, health, resources, etc. Requires viewing seven 30-minute videos (see TV schedule).    
         
STD 100 92 Orientation 1 Cascio
  , Same as Section 90.    
           
STD 106 92 Preparation for Employment 1 McCreight
      Requires visits to an NVCC campus and/or community sites. Covers job-seeking skills such as resume writing and interviewing.    
           
STD 107 92 Career Education 2 McCreight
  Covers self-assessment and career exploration. Requires several visits to an NVCC campus and/or career center. Included is use of M.B.T.I. as career exploration tool.    


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