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MECC TODAY 2011 Summer and Fall Class Schedules

Accounting • Administration of Justice • Administrative Support Technology • Medical Office Specialist • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration • Administrative Correspondence Specialist • Building Construction • Call Center/Teleservices • Child Development • Clinical Research Coordinator • Commercial Truck Driver • Computer Software Specialist • Corrections Management and Supervision • Electricity • Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate • Fiber Optics Technician • Forestry • Geographical Information Systems • Graphic Design • Health Sciences • Heavy Equipment Operator • Industrial Supervision • Information Systems Technology • Landscape Gardening • Law Enforcement Management and Supervision • Legal Office Assisting • Machinery Maintenance • Medical Records Clerk • Medical Transcriptionist • Mining Certification • Nursing Assistant • Office Automation Specialist • Pharmacy Aide • Phlebotomy • Pre-Funeral Services • Real Estate • Retail Sales and Customer Service • Small Business Management • Software Development I • Software Development II • Wastewater Plant Operator • Water Plant Operator Welding Operator • Wildlife Enforcement • Word Processing • Clerical Assistant • College/University Transfer • Computer Networking Technology • Computer Software Specialist • Computer-Aided Drafting and Technology • Computerized Manufacturing Technology • Electromechanical Technology • Industrial Electronics • Correctional Services • Emergency Medical Services Technology • Environmental Science • Forest Science • Funeral Services • General Education • Industrial Maintenance • Legal Office Assisting • Management • M . edical Laboratory Technology • Medical Office Coding & Procedures • Mining • Nursing • Occupational Therapy Assistant • Paralegal Studies • Physical Therapy Assistant • Police Science • Radiography Technology • Respiratory Therapy • Water/Wastewater Specialization • Welding

Summer Classes Begin June 2 T - Long Session - June 2 – August 1 D - First Short Session - June 2 – June 29 E - Second Short Session - July 5 – August 1

Fall Classes Begin August 22 Enroll Now For Summer AND Fall! 1

Table of Contents

p. 2 On-Ramp Financial Assistance p. 3 New Faculty p. 4 FOX p. 5 Religion & Wastewater & Welding & Physics & .. p. 6 PTK Awards p. 7 Mountain Music School p. 8 Tech Prep Camp & Governor’s School p. 9 Spring Calendar & Registration Dates p. 10 Bookstore & Disability p. 11 Guide to Online Enrollment p. 12 Pre & Corequisites & Tuition Payment Plan p. 13 How to Enroll & Tuition and Fees p. 14 Schedule of Summer Classes p. 25 Schedule of Fall Classes p. 45 Environmental Science Club

p. 46 Let’s Talk Chemistry p. 47 King College p. 48 Old Dominion University p. 49 Lindsey Wilson College p. 50 Start With a Class - End With a Career p. 51 MECC Foundation p. 52 Great Expectations p. 53 AmeriCorps p. 54 8 Week Classes p. 55 Electronic Medical Records Technician p. 56 Relocation - temporarily p. 57 Students Participate in Legislative Process p. 58 Student Activities p. 59 Dickenson County Classes & PluggedInVA p. 60 How to Beat the Rising Cost of College

On-Ramp Financial Assistance Are you… Unemployed? Underemployed? A displaced homemaker or caregiver? A failed small business owner? The On-Ramp Program offers access to higher education and training opportunities within a one-stop service system. We provide education and career counseling, referrals to academic support, and assistance with college admissions and financial aid applications. But most importantly, you can qualify for financial assistance for tuition, certification or licensing fees, books and supplies for both credit and non-credit classes! - Meet all federal eligibility requirements (i.e. citizenship) - Be degree or certificate seeking. - Demonstrate financial need in the federal need analysis formula - Be unemployed or dislocated worker due to layoff - Be dislocated or underemployed (working parttime, working two jobs, working below capacity) - Be age 18 or older. - Not already receiving federal funding that covers all your tuition, fees and book costs. You ARE STILL ELIGIBLE to participate in this program if you already possess a Bachelor’s degree. An On-Ramp grant consultant is available at MECC to assist you with this process. Contact Chelsea Rose, crose@me.vccs.edu or Geneva O’Quinn, goquinn@me.vccs.edu, or call 27- 523-2400 ext. 225 with any questions you may have or to set up an appointment to get started! 2

MECC Brings on New Faculty Members Frank Wright of Duffield is an assistant professor of mathematics. Wright holds two bachelor of science degrees from UVA-Wise, one in mathematics and one in computer information systems, and two master of science degrees, one in mathematics from the University of Knoxville, and one in physics education from the University of Virginia. Prior to MECC, Wright taught mathematics for the Scott County School System and was an MECC adjunct faculty member teaching mathematics and physics. Renee Stanley of Clintwood is an assistant professor of practical nursing (LPN). Stanley received her associate of applied science degree in nursing from MECC, a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Clinch Valley College, and a master of science degree in nursing from Old Dominion University. She previously taught as an adjunct instructor in the RN program at UVA-Wise and as an MECC clinical instructor for the Tri-college Nursing Program. She has worked at Lonesome Pine Hospital, the Dickenson County Medical Center, and Mountain View Regional Hospital.

Nasser Maksoud of Big Stone Gap is an assistance professor of information technology. Maksoud has a bachelor of science degree in commerce from Alexandria University (Egypt) and a master of science degree in computer science from East Tennessee State University. Prior to joining the faculty at MECC, Maksoud taught at ITT Tech and managed networks, systems and information assets for diverse local governments and organizations.

Miranda Oaks of Church Hill, TN, is an instructor of mathematics. Oaks has a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and physics from Vanderbilt University and a master of arts in teaching mathematics from the University of Idaho. Previously, Oaks taught physics and dual enrollment mathematics at Gate City High School, and was an Academic Coordinator Lecturer at UVA-Wise.

Lena Whisenhunt of McClure is the new coordinator of MECC’s Practical Nursing (LPN) program and assistant professor of practical nursing. She completed MECC’s CNA certificate program, followed by an associate of applied science degree in nursing. She also holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Old Dominion University. Previously she taught at the Wise County Career Technical Center and has over ten years experience in the medical field, including employment at Clintwood Heritage Hall, St. Mary’s Hospital, Dickenson Community Hospital, and the Bristol Regional Medical Center.

Tom Bush is an assistant professor of sustainable energy technology. Bush is a graduate of MECC’s Air Conditioning and Refrigeration program and has 40 years of work experience, ranging from designing HVAC and mechanical systems to working for design/construction firms. He holds five certifications plus designation as an Efficiency Analyst. He has been recognized by North American Technician Excellence (NATE) as one of their Five Top Techs from across the nation. Bush was previously employed at HCE Systems, Inc. in Norton. He has been instrumental in the development of MECC’s new Energy Technology program. 3

For first-time students

Freshman Orientation eXperience

Mountain Empire Community College

Student Orientation/Advising/Registration for Summer/Fall 2011

Learn more about MECC...

• Meet your advisor

• Schedule your classes

• Tour the campus

• Set up your college email and on-line account

• Have your student ID made

• Receive financial aid, billing, and parking information

• Attend information sessions with faculty and student leaders

• Find out about student activities

Tue., April 5 @ 12:30 pm (Register by March 25) Thu., April 7 @ 1:00 pm (Register by March 30) Thu., April 28 @ 5:00 pm (Register by April 22) Thu., May 26 @ 9:00 am (Register by May 18)

DATES:

Mon., June 13 @ 9:00 am (Register by June 6) Wed., June 29 @ 9:00 am (Register by June 22) Thurs., July 21 @ 6:00 pm (Register by July 15) Fri., Aug. 4 @ 9:00 am (Register by July 29)

To register for FOX, go to www.mecc.edu Need More Information? Phone 276-523-7472 4

It’s Old but New MECC will offer a new course beginning Fall 2011, for personal growth or it can serve as an elective for some curriculums. Religion 200, Survey of the Old Testament, covers the historical, social, and religious development of the people of Israel as recorded in the Old Testament, moving from creation through the exodus, the settlement in the Promised Land and the age of the prophets. The course also considers other types of literature contained in the Old Testament. Classes will meet from 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact Dr. Frederick H .Richard at frichard@me.vccs.edu.

Welding – fit your schedule Welding classes for Summer and Fall Semesters 2011 will include stick, mig, tig, pipe welding and pipe fitting. Upgrade skills classes for experienced welders will be available. Morning and night classes are available to meet nearly any schedule. The MECC Welding program is an American Welding Society Testing / Training Center and Educational Institution member. During renovations on the campus, the Welding program will be located in Big Stone Gap National Guard Armory building. Space is limited and filling fast. Contact Paul Gilley, pgilley@me.vccs.edu, or Cecil Hubbard, chubbard@me.vccs. edu, in the Armory Annex Building or call 276-523-7465, ext. 334.

Online licensure renewal for wastewater operators MECC now offers online licensure renewal for wastewater operators to meet new State requirements for licensure renewal. The classes are called ENV 195: Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal I (for classes VI-IV) and ENV 295: Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal II (for classes III-I). Contact Rosa-lee Cooke, rcooke@me.vccs.edu, at 27-523-2400, ext. 364.

General Physics - It’s back! General College Physics I will be taught from 10:00-10:50 MWF in G228 and 9:25-10:40 T and TH in G234 (Physics Lab). Contact Frank Wright at fwright@me.vccs.edu.

Career Readiness Certificate A Career Readiness Certificate is a recognized credential that can certify your job skills to potential employers! Endorsed by the Governor of Virginia, this certificate assesses workplace skills to match the right people in the right jobs! Contact Mitzi Williams at mmwilliams@me.vccs.edu or 276-523-2400 ext. 477 to learn more about obtaining your CRC today! 5

PTK Awards Mountain Empire Community College’s Alpha Delta Psi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society received three major awards at the 2011 Virginia/West Virginia Regional Convention in March. Awards included 3rd place in the region in Fundraising, and 2nd place in the region in Communications as well as Regional College projects for 2010-2011. The Phi Theta Kappa awards will be on display in the trophy case (l to r) Karen Smith and Crystal Barnette with the Relay for Life display poster.

(l to r) PTK Advisor Sarah Gilliam, PTK President Andi Kilgore, and National PTK Chapter Relations Officer Garon Tate at the 2011 Regional Convention.

outside of Student Services in Holton Hall. Recognition certificates for Operation Green and Relay for Life were also awarded, and PTK President Andrianah Kilgore and member Crystal Barnette were elected to the Phi Theta Kappa Virginia Region Hall of Honor for their service to the organization. The honor society is deeply grateful to all staff, faculty, and administrators who have continually supported Phi Theta Kappa and looks forward to achieving an even better 2011-2012 year.

(l to r) PTK members Beth Icenhour, Stephanie Riner, and Rebecca Boozer. 6

July 25-29 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

7th Annual

The 7th Annual Mountain Music School will bring together youth and adults ages 10 and over for a week of learning, music, and fun. The Mountain Music School is dedicated to the preservation and continuation of Appalachian music and culture and will offer “ear training” classes in beginning “old-time” fiddle, clawhammer banjo, folk guitar, mandolin, dulcimar, shape note, autoharp, and string band. The faculty from MECC’s traditional music ____________________________________ program will include well-known local musicians MOUNTAIN EMPIRE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Todd Meade, Ron Short, Steve Souther, Audie Ratliff, Oscar Harris, and many others. The Mountain Music School will wrap-up on Friday afternoon, July 30, with a celebration and student/instructor concert open to family and friends of students and faculty. Tuition is $150.00 for both youth and adults and a limited number of “youth scholarships” are available. In addition, a limited number of instruments (banjos, fiddles, and guitars) will be “loaned” to students. Class size is limited, so early registration is encouraged to ensure your place. For enrollment information call 276-523-7489 or email sboatright@me.vccs.edu.

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2011 “Step One” Career Camp Sponsored by Tech Prep June 14-17, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm For rising 7th, 8th, and 9th graders

Campers participate in one of three technical career pathways, with lots of hand-on learning activities. On the final day, campers tour area businesses and/or colleges to explore career opportunities. Parents may visit the classroom on Thursday afternoon, June 16, to see the student projects and meet instructors. Career pathways offered in 2011 are: Video Game Design, Health Sciences Careers, and “Green” Technologies. F r e e ! F r e e ! F r e e ! Tu i t i o n , Transportation, Lunch, and Snacks. Public school buses will pick up and drop off students from several locations in each county. The only cost is a $10 application fee which is not refundable if the student’s application is accepted. Applications will be available in early May through the guidance office in most middle schools and high schools. Contact Terry Garrett at (276) 523-2400 ext. 372, or email tgarrett@me.vccs. edu for information and a copy of the application.

Governor’s School June 13 – July 1 MECC’s Regional Governor’s School is a three-week program for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors in Lee, Scoot, Wise, and Dickenson Counties and the City of Norton, with a 3.0 or higher GPA. Student can select from one of six strands: Forensic Science (CSI), Drama Theory and Performance, Exploring Regional Tourism and Appalachian Culture, Art Illustration and Animation, Rocketry, and Sociology of Appalachian Culture. Students spend time in the field, in labs, on tours, and in the classroom, and receive 8 college credits, tuition free. Applications will be available soon at Guidance Counselor’s Offices and at www.me.vccs.edu/programs/ govsch/index.html. Acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis. All applications must be approved at the student’s school before submission to MECC. Contact govschool@me.vccs.edu for more information. Sponsored by: The Virginia Department of Education, the Slemp Foundation, and Mountain Empire Community College

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2011 Summer Calendar Long Session April 11 Mon. May 26 Thu. 30 Mon. June 2 Thu. 8 Wed. 10 Fri. July 4 Mon. 8 Fri. 11 Mon. Aug. 1 Mon. 2-3 T-W Aug. 4 Thu.

2011 Fall Calendar Aug. 12 Fri. 16 Tue. 17-19 W-F 22 Mon. 28 Sun. Sept. 5 Mon. 7 Wed. Oct. 14 Fri. 31 Mon. Nov. 1 Mon. 18 Fri. 23 Wed. 24-25 R-F Dec. 9 Fri. 12–15 M-R 16 Fri. 19-22 M-R

Enrollment/Advisement Begins Tuition Due for Early Enrollment College Closed - Memorial Day Holiday CLASSES BEGIN Last day to add without faculty permission Last day to add with faculty permission, change from audit to credit, change from credit to audit, or drop with a refund College Closed–Independence Day Holiday Last day to make up incomplete grades from Spring Last day to withdraw without grade penalty CLASSES END Final Exams Grades Due 4:30 p.m.

First Short Session April 11 Mon. Enrollment/Advisement Begins May 26 Thu. Tuition Due for Early Enrollment 30 Mon. College Closed - Memorial Day Holiday June 2 Thu. CLASSES BEGIN 2 Thu. Last day to add without faculty permission 6 Mon. Last day to add with faculty permission, change from audit to credit, change from credit to audit, or drop with a refund 20 Mon. Last day to withdraw without grade penalty or change from credit to audit 29 Wed. CLASSES END 30 Thu. Final Exams July 1 Fri. Grades Due 4:30 p.m. 4 Mon. College Closed–Independence Day Holiday 8 Fri. Last day to make up incomplete grades from Spring Second Short Session April 11 Mon. Enrollment/Advisement Begins June 28 Tue. Tuition Due for Early Enrollment July 4 Mon. College Closed–Independence Day Holiday 5 Tue. CLASSES BEGIN 5 Tue. Last day to add without faculty permission 8 Fri. Last day to add with faculty permission, change from audit to credit, change from credit to audit, or drop with a refund 8 Fri. Last day to make up incomplete grades from Spring 25 Fri. Last day to withdraw without grade penalty Aug. 1 Mon. CLASSES END 2-3 T-W Final Exams 4 Thu. Grades Due 4:30 p.m.

Evening Registration and Advisement Schedules Fall 2011

4:30-6:30 p.m. Wed.-Thur., Aug. 17-18 Mon.-Thur., Aug. 22-25 Monday, Aug. 29

April 11th Begin Registration for 2011 Summer and Fall Semesters

Evening Registration and Advisement Schedules Summer 2011 4:30-6:00 p.m. Thursday, June 2 Mon.-Thur., June 6-9

Tuition Due for Early Enrollment Faculty/Staff In-Service Enrollment/Advisement FIRST DAY OF CLASSES Last day to add without faculty permission College Closed-Labor Day Holiday No day or evening classes Last day to add with faculty permission, change from audit to credit, change from credit to audit, or drop with a refund In Service Day - No day or evening classes Last day to withdraw without grade penallty Application Deadline for Fall Graduation Last day to make up incomplete grades from Summer Faculty Research Day – No day or evening classes College Closed-Thanksgiving Holidays LAST DAY OF CLASSES FINAL EXAMS Graduate Assessment, Grades Due 4 p.m., Faculty Work Day Faculty Research Days

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MECC Bookstore

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Summer Semester May 31 Students can begin charging to their financial aid accounts for summer semester June 24-30 Bookstore closed for inventory July 12 Last day for students to charge to their financial aid accounts Aug. 1-2 Textbook Buyback: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Fall Semester Aug. 17 Students can begin charging to their financial aid accounts for fall semester Sept. 7 Last day to return textbooks Sept. 8 Last day for students to charge to their financial aid accounts Dec 9 Textbook Buyback: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Dec 12-14 Textbook Buyback: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Dec 15 Textbook Buyback: 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Disability Services Checklist The Student Support GAIN Program is a federally funded program designed to provide academic support services to students who meet eligibility requirements. Students receiving assistance from the GAIN Program must be enrolled in a degree program and meet at least one of the following eligibility requirements: 1. First generation college student (neither parent has a Bachelor’s [four-year] degree.) 2. Low income as defined by federal income guidelines. 3. A student with a documented disability that impacts their ability to succeed in a post-secondary course of study. Students must provide documentation from a school or clinical psychologist verifying the specific disability. These may be requested from the high school the student attended. Free services to eligible students include: • tutoring  • mentoring •   transfer assistance  • career counseling •   personal counseling  • cultural activities • academic skills development   (study skills, test-taking skills, etc.) • informative seminars For more information, please contact the GAIN Program, Godwin Hall 216 or call 276-523-2400, ext. 278 or visit our website on the GAIN link of the MECC home page.

DISABILITY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE

An important issue for potential and current college students with disabilities is to understand the differences between disability rights laws in high school and college. In college, more responsibility is placed on the student. Check out the differences on MECC’s Disability Services website: www.mecc.edu/dept/services/disability.htm 10

Guide to OnLine Enrollment at MECC Note: Use your Username to log in to MECC Online. This is the same Username you use to log in to Blackboard and Email. To be assured of taking the appropriate classes for your program, all students must meet with their advisor prior to enrolling.

MECC OnLine – Students can enroll, add, drop and swap classes, request a transcript, view their grades, see their financial aid awards, and more . . . on the student information system!

Who can enroll online?

• Returning students who have attended the college within the last three years, who are in good academic standing, and who have no debts to the college or other “holds.” • New students and returning students who have not attended in the last three years must apply for admission before enrolling online.

What information do I need?

• Your Username & Password. Your Username is used by the college to identify you. • A completed Enrollment Request form (available online or on campus). • To pay online, your MasterCard or Visa number.

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Where do I get my Username and Password for online access to MECC OnLine?

• Click “MECC OnLine” on the MECC web page (www.mecc.edu) to go to the MECC OnLine homepage. It has links to log in to MECC OnLine to obtain your Username and Password, and to view tutorials for helpful information. A valid Username will contain letters and numbers (i.e. opc1382). If you do not get a valid Username send an email to sishelp@me.vccs.edu. • You must change your password the first time you log on to MECC OnLine. Your permanent password must be a combination of numbers and letters.

How do I enroll in a class, drop a class, or view a copy of my class schedule?

• To learn how to enroll in a class, drop or swap a class, or view and print a copy of your class schedule, first click “MECC OnLine” on the MECC web page (www.mecc.edu) to go to the student information system homepage. • In the “Using MECC OnLine” access the tutorials by clicking the appropriate link. The tutorials show how to enroll, drop, or print a class schedule.

Where can I get help?

MECC OnLine has a student help/tutorial page which offers step by step instructions for online enrollment and much more. A Help Desk is available in the lobby of Godwin Hall from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday – Friday when classes are in session. Help is also available by sending an email to sishelp@me.vccs.edu, which will be responded to during the same hours listed above.

Students should routinely check their college e-mail for important messages regarding past due balances and dropped classes.

Distance Learning Instructions

Students who are enrolling in classes with sections ‘v’ for video, ‘w’ for web, or ‘CSC’ for Ed-to-Go classes should go to www.mecc.edu/distance/begin.htm. If you are not enrolled in a program and do not have an advisor, you can contact Center for Workforce Development for guidance at 276-523-7488 or skennedy@me.vccs.edu.

Tuition & fees for out-of-state students taking web-based classes are at a reduced rate; see page 13 for E-Rates. Mountain Empire Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, veteran status, political affiliation, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice-President of Financial and Administrative Services, 3441 Mountain Empire Road, Big Stone Gap, VA 24219, 276-523-2400, Virginia Relay users dial 711. MECC TODAY is a publication of Mountain Empire Community College, produced by the Office of Community Relations. The schedule of classes is provided by the academic divisions: Arts & Sciences, Business and Information Technology, Health Science and Industrial Technology, and Workforce Development. Editor - Dr. Sharon Fisher, Director of Planning and Community Relations Layout - Ms. Lana L. Kennedy, Media Specialist 11

Prerequisites and Corequisites Prerequisites are requirements that must be met before a student can enroll in a course. For example, you must complete ACC 111-Accounting I before you enroll in ACC 112 - Accounting II. Corequisites are requirements that are met at the same time you enroll in a course. For example, you must enroll in HCT 101 - Health Care Technician I with HCT 102 - Health Care Technician II. P - indicates a prerequisite must be satisfied before enrolling in this class. (example - P-BIO 102 indicates that BIO 102 is required before enrolling in this course) C - indicates a corequisite required (example C-HCT 102 indicates that HCT 102 must be taken with this course.)

Reading and Writing Level Requisites

for students enrolled in a program/plan leading toward graduation. If a course requires a reading level requisite, see below to determine how this requirement may be satisfied. If a course requires this reading level: Reading Level ENG 4 Reading Level ENG 5 Reading Level ENG 111

Meet this reading level by: ENG 4R, 4T, or 5T Test Credit or ENG 4 or ENG 5 enrollment ENG 4T or 5T Test Credit or ENG 4 completion or ENG 5 enrollment ENG 5T Test Credit or ENG 5 completion

If a course requires this writing level: Writing Level ENG 1 Writing Level ENG 3 Writing Level ENG 111

Meet this writing level by: ENG 1R, 1T, or 3T Test Credit or ENG 1 or ENG 3 enrollment ENG 1T or 3T Test Credit or ENG 1 completion or ENG 3 enrollment ENG 3T Test Credit or ENG 3 completion

ENG DVS test credit based on SAT or ACT test scores satisfies all reading and writing level requisites. Test credit may be viewed on the Degree Progress Report at MECC Online (www.mecc.edu). English Placement Based on Assessment Test Credit View Test Credits online on your Degree Progress Report

Mathematics Placement Based on Assessment Test Results View Test Credits online on your Degree Progress Report.

If Test Credit is: The student may enroll in these ENG courses: ENG 1R ENG 1 ENG 1T ENG 3, 100* ENG 3T ENG 100, 111, 115** ENG 4R ENG 4 ENG 4T ENG 5, 100* ENG 5T ENG 100, 111, 115** ENG DVS ENG 100, 111, 115 *ENG 100 requires Test Credits of ENG 1T or 3T; and ENG 4T or 5T; or ENG DVS. **ENG 111 or 115 requires Test Credits of ENG 3T and ENG 5T; or ENG DVS.

If Test Credit is: MTH 2R MTH 2T, 3T, 4T, or DVS MTH 3T, 4T, or DVS

The student may enroll in these MTH courses: MTH 2 MTH 3, 105, or 141 MTH 4, 6, 105, 126, or 141

MTH 4T or DVS

MTH 105, 126, 141, 151, 152, 157, 163 or 273

(and ‘C’ in Algebra I or II in high school for 04, 06, or 126)

(and ‘C’ in Algebra II & Geometry in high school for 151, 152, 157, or 163 plus ‘C’ in Trigonometry for 273)

MECC Offers Tuition Payment Plan

To help you meet your educational expenses, MECC is proud to offer NELNET as a convenient budget plan. This is not a loan program. You have no debt, there are no interest or finance charges assessed and there is no credit check. You may budget your tuition and fees by automatic deduction from your checking, savings account or credit card each month. If you have any questions regarding the payment plan, please contact Landa Fritz in the Business Office at 276-523-7475.

NELNET Payment Plan for Summer and Fall 2011

Summer 2011 - eCashiering available now: May 9 40% downpayment – 2 mo. to pay June 1 60% downpayment – 1 mo. to pay

Payments 20th of May & June Payment 20th of June

$45.00 enrollment fee $45.00 enrollment fee

Fall 2011 - eCashiering available April 19: May 18 0% downpayment – 5 mo. to pay June 16 0% downpayment – 4 mo. to pay July 7 20% downpayment – 3 mo. to pay Aug. 9 40% downpayment – 2 mo. to pay Aug. 26 60% downpayment – 1 mo. to pay

Payments 20th of May-Sept. Payments 20th of June-Sept. Payments 20th of July-Sept. Payments 20th of Aug.-Sept. Payment 20th of September

$35.00 enrollment fee $35.00 enrollment fee $40.00 enrollment fee $45.00 enrollment fee $45.00 enrollment fee

All down payments are processed immediately. Remember that if you register for the payment plan and add or drop a class, you must contact Landa Fritz in the Business Office to have her update your payment plan. This cannot be done without your permission. 12

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Apply for Admission to the College – New students should complete the online application for admission available at www.mecc.edu. If you are unable to access the online application, you may contact Enrollment Services on the first floor of Godwin Hall for an admission application form. Returning students who have not been enrolled at the College anytime during the last three years, must submit an updated application for admission to the College (online applications available at www.mecc.edu). Complete Assessment if Enrolling in a Plan/Program – If you are enrolling in a plan/program leading to a certificate or degree, you will need an assessment of your basic skills (reading, writing and math). There is no cost for this assessment, which is conducted in the MECC Testing Center in the Student Services Office in Holton Hall. Students with SAT scores of 500 or better in reading, writing, and math or ACT scores of 21 or better in English, reading, and math may submit these scores in lieu of the assessment. Students who are not enrolled in a certificate or degree plan/program are not required to take the assessment unless they are enrolling in a mathematics or English class. Apply for Financial Aid – If you are applying for financial aid, contact Financial Aid on the first floor of Godwin Hall. An application should be made at least two weeks prior to the start of your classes to allow processing of the application. Financial assistance information is available at http://www.mecc.edu/dept/finaid/main.htm. Students applying for financial aid less than two weeks prior to the start of classes will need to pay for their tuition and books and be reimbursed by financial aid later in the semester. Meet with Advisor – Meet with your advisor, who will assist you with selecting classes. Check with the Student Services Office if you do not know the name of your advisor. Enroll OnLine from your home computer or on campus – Log on to MECC OnLine at www.mecc.edu to enroll for classes. If you do not have access to the web from home, you may enroll at Enrollment Services on the first floor of Godwin Hall. How to Pay Tuition and Fees Students may pay at VCCS SIS/MECC OnLine with VISA or MasterCard. Payment in person can be made by cash, check, money order, VISA, or MasterCard at the Business Office on the first floor of Godwin Hall. Personal checks are payable to MECC for the exact amount of the tuition and fees. Payment for students receiving financial aid is automatically deducted from the student’s financial aid amount. Any balance can be paid by one of the methods above.

Important Notice

Students enrolling early: Summer - Long and 1st Short Session class space will be held until May 26. 2nd Short Session class space will be held until June 28. Fall - Class space will be held until Aug. 12. All tuition and fees must be paid by these dates or you will be dropped from classes. Students enrolling on or after these dates must pay tuition on day of enrollment. You may re-enroll for these dropped classes, if space is available, through the last day to add a class. For help with the enrollment process, contact Enrollment Services at 276-523-7474.

Tuition and fees are subject to change. Check this website for the latest information on tuition/fees www.mecc.edu/dept/admiss/tuition.html

Summer/Fall 2011 TUITION & FEES Subject to change

Credits

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Out-of-State

*Out-of-State E-Rate **Contract

1 $110.50 $304.10 $206.50 $177.50 2 $221.00 $608.20 $413.00 $355.00 3 $331.50 $912.30 $619.50 $532.50 4 $442.00 $1,216.40 $826.00 $710.00 5 $552.50 $1,520.50 $1,032.50 $887.50 6 $663.00 $1,824.60 $1,239.00 $1,065.00 7 $773.50 $2,128.70 $1,445.50 $1,242.50 8 $884.00 $2,432.80 $1,652.00 $1,420.00 9 $994.50 $2,736.90 $1,858.50 $1,597.50 10 $1,105.00 $3,041.00 $2,065.00 $1,775.00 11 $1,215.50 $3,345.10 $2,271.50 $1,952.50 12 $1,326.00 $3,649.20 $2,478.00 $2,130.00 13 $1,436.50 $3,953.30 $2,684.50 $2,307.50 14 $1,547.00 $4,257.40 $2,891.00 $2,485.00 15 $1,657.50 $4,561.50 $3,097.50 $2,662.50 16 $1,768.00 $4,865.60 $3,304.00 $2,840.00 17 $1,878.50 $5,169.70 $3,510.50 $3,017.50 18 $1,989.00 $5,473.80 $3,717.00 $3,195.00 19 $2,099.50 $5,777.90 $3,923.50 $3,372.50 20 $2,210.00 $6,082.00 $4,130.00 $3,550.00 21 $2,320.50 $6,386.10 $4,336.50 $3,727.50 22 $2,431.00 $6,690.20 $4,543.00 $3,905.00 23 $2,541.50 $6,994.30 $4,749.50 $4,082.50 24 $2,652.00 $7,298.40 $4,956.00 $4,260.00 25 $2,762.50 $7,602.50 $5,162.50 $4,437.50 *E-Rate is a rate reduction for out-of-state students taking web-based classes. **Contract includes students attending under Special Agreement contract, some Tennessee and Kentucky residents, and out-of-state high school dual enrollment students. 13

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This indicates one of several sections of the same course but reflects different days, times, instructors and locations. Hybrid H FastTrack F Night Class N1-N9 Compressed Video C1-C9 Video Classes V1-V9 Web Classes W1-W9 Dynamic 01-03 Lee 21-29 Scott 31-39 Wise 41-49 Norton 51 Dickenson 61 Abingdon-VHCC 91 Independent Study X1-X6

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Units (Ut)

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Course Title

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This is the last name of the instructor of this course.

These are the times the class meets.

41760 EMS-205-C1 Advanced Pathophysiology (9/15–12:10)

3 TR

CEC - Continuing Education Center CHE - Clintwood Higher Ed Center CLIN - Clinical location TBA GCH - Gate City High School HVM - Holston Valley Medical Center LCC - Lee Co. - Workforce Dev. Center KRT - Karate DoJo, Big Stone Gap NCH - Norton Community Hospital OFF - Off site location SMH - St. Mary’s Hospital SVC - Southwest Va. Comm. College VHC - Va. Highlands Comm. College WCC - Wytheville Community College WIS - UVA-Wise WLP - Wellmont Lonesome Pine

Instructor

Time

This is the name of the course.

Off-Campus Locations

6:00-8:00

P219 AKERS

Class Notes

Special information that applies to this course only, such as special class meeting dates or orientation dates and times for Distance Learning classes.

Summer 2011 Classes Class# Course Course Title ACCOUNTING Distance Learning Classes (Orientation - .email jbates@me.vccs.edu) 22589 ACC-211-W1 Principles of Accounting I 22591 ACC-212-W1 Principles of Accounting II 22592 ACC-221-W1 Intermediate Accounting I ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Day Classes 22887 ADJ-127-01 Firearms and Marksmanship (5/16-20) 22888 ADJ-152-01 Unarmed Security Officers - Duties and Responsibilies (7/18-7/21) 22889 ADJ-295-X1 Comparative Studies in Criminal Justice (5/23-27) 22890 ADJ-296-X1 On-Site Training in ADJ Must see instructor before May 3 for registration. Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 22885 ADJ-105-W1 Juvenile Justice System 22891 ADJ-130-W1 Introduction to Criminal Law AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION Day Classes 23258 AIR-235-1T Heat Pumps 23260

AIR-298-1T

Seminar & Project in Air Conditioning 14

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

3 3 3

3 1 3 3

BATES BATES BATES

M-F M-R M-F M-F

8:00-5:00 1:00-6:00 8:00-5:00 8:00-8:50

A002 A002 A002 A002

3 3

MCNALLY ADAMS RINGLEY RINGLEY

RINGLEY RINGLEY

3

M

3

T

9:00-11:45 A003 11:45-2:30 A008 9:00-1:15 A003

RAMEY RAMEY RAMEY

Class# Course Night Classes 23259 AIR-235-N1 Heat Pumps

Course Title

Cr.

Day

3

W

Time

Room Instructor

5:30-8:30 A003 8:30-10:20 A008 5:30-10:00 A008

RAMEY RAMEY RAMEY

23261 AIR-298-N1 Seminar & Project in Air Conditioning 3 R AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Night Classes 22070 ASL-101-N1T American Sign Language I 3 T 5:30-9:30 G149 WIDENER ART Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20689 ART-100-V1 Art Appreciation (email aharrington@me.vccs.edu) 3 HARRINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY Night Classes 23325 AST-290-X1 Coordinated Internship (Orientation, Wed., June 8, 5:30 pm, P117) 3 W 5:30-8:30 P117 JONES Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23331 AST-141-W1 Word Processing I (sward@me.vccs.edu) 3 WARD 23323 AST-215-W1 Medical Keyboarding (email jjones@me.vccs.edu) 3 JONES 23736 AST-238-W1 Wrd Processing Adv Operations (sward@me.vccs.edu) 3 WARD 23324 AST-271-W1 Medical Office Procedures (email jjones@me.vccs.edu) 3 JONES BIOLOGY (Students must register for a corresponding lab.) To enroll in a Biology class with a related lab (LAB) follow these steps: Enter class number in the "Enter Class Nbr" field. Click "Enter." Select desired lab section & clck "Next." Verify your lecture & lab sections are correct & click "Next." Click "Proceed to Step 2 of 3." Click "Finish Enrolling" & wait to receive a "success" status. Day Classes 24047 BIO-205-01 General Microbiology 4 MW 12:00-2:15 G211 STRENGTH 24048 BIO-205-1L General Microbiology T 12:00-2:50 G246 STRENGTH Night Classes 20694 BIO-141-N1 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 MW 3:00-5:15 G211 STRENGTH 20695 BIO-141-N1L Human Anatomy & Physiology I (Additional hours online) T 3:00-5:50 G246 STRENGTH 20699 BIO-231-N1 Anatomy & Physiology I 4 MW 3:00-5:15 G211 STRENGTH 20700 BIO-231-N1L Anatomy & Physiology I (Additional hours online) T 3:00-5:50 G246 STRENGTH Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20690 BIO-101-W1 General Biology I (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu) 4 BURKART 20691 BIO-101-W1L General Biology I (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu) BURKART 20692 BIO-102-W1 General Biology II (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu) 4 BURKART 20693 BIO-102-W1L General Biology II (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu) BURKART 20696 BIO-142-W1 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (email arusso@me.vccs.edu) 4 RUSSO 20697 BIO-142-W1L Human Anatomy & Physiology II (email arusso@me.vccs.edu) RUSSO 20701 BIO-232-W1 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (email arusso@me.vccs.edu) 4 RUSSO 20702 BIO-232-W1L Human Anatomy and Physiology II (email arusso@me.vccs.edu) RUSSO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23275 BUS-106-W1 Security Awareness for Managers (email nedwards@me.vccs.edu) 3 EDWARDS 23300 BUS-165-W1 Small Business Management (email fdoyle@me.vccs.edu) 3 DOYLE 23276 BUS-211-W1 Managing Technology Resources (email nedwards@me.vccs.edu) 3 EDWARDS SNODGRASS 23281 BUS-241-W1 Business Law I (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu) 3 23282 BUS-242-W1 Business Law II (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu) 3 SNODGRASS CHEMISTRY (Students must register for a corresponding lab.) To enroll in a Biology class with a related lab (LAB) follow these steps: Enter class number in the "Enter Class Nbr" field. Click "Enter." Select desired lab section & clck "Next." Verify your lecture & lab sections are correct & click "Next." Click "Proceed to Step 2 of 3." Click "Finish Enrolling" & wait to receive a "success" status. Night Classes 20703 CHM-5-N1 Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences 4 T 5:30-10:15 G214 HAMMONDS 20704 CHM-5-N1L Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences R 5:30-10:15 G238 HAMMONDS 15

Class# Course Course Title CHILD DEVELOPMENT Distance Learning Classes 22384 CHD-118-W1 Method/Materials Lang Arts for Children (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:00 pm, P226) 23803 CHD-120-W1 Early Childhood Education (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 23804 CHD-125-W1 Creative Activities for Children (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 23806 CHD-126-W1 Methods & Mat for Dev Sci & Mth Con Chil (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 22386 CHD-166-W1 Infant and Toddler Programs (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:00 pm, P226) 23807 CHD-205-W1 Guiding Behavior of Young Children (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 23809 CHD-210-W1 Introduction to Exceptional Children (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 22387 CHD-215-W1 Models of Early Childhood Education Prog (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:00 pm, P226) CIVIL ENGINEERING Distance Learning Classes 22682 CIV-240-W1 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics 22684 CIV-246-W1 Water Resource Technology COMMUNICATION Day Classes 20706 CST-100-1T Principles of Public Speaking Distance Learning Classes 20708 CST-100-V1 Principles of Public Speaking (Orientation, Fri., 6/3, 5:00, G211) COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING Night Classes 23254 DRF-160-N1 Machine Blueprint Reading 23253 DRF-200-N1 Survey of Computer Aided Drafting 23256 DRF-201-N1 Cpt Drf/Dsg I 23257 DRF-233-H1 Computer Aided Drafting III Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23251 DRF-290-W1 Coordinated Internship in Drafting (email jgilly@me.vccs.edu) 23252 DRF-298-W1 Seminar & Project in Drafting (email jgilly@me.vccs.edu) COMPUTER AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 23193 ETR-143-H1 Devices and Applications I 23194 ETR-168-H1 Digital Circuit Fundamentals ECONOMICS Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20710 ECO-201-W1 Principles of Economics I (email klambert@me.vccs.edu) ELECTRICITY Day Classes 23786 ELE-110-1T Home Electric Power

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

BRIMELOW JETT JETT JETT BRIMELOW JETT JETT BRIMELOW

3 3

LONG LONG

3

TR

10:20-12:35 G149

3

3 4 3 2

BAILEY

M T T T

6:00-8:30 6:00-9:35 6:00-9:35 6:00-9:35

P128 P128 P128 P128

4 4

3 3

GILLY GILLY STAFF STAFF GILLY GILLY

M W

9:00-12:00 A006 9:00-12:00 A006

3

GREENE GREENE

LAMBERT

3

W W R

9:25-10:50 10:50-1:15 9:00-10:50 11:00-1:15

A003 A008 A003 A008

QUALLS QUALLS QUALLS QUALLS

Night Classes 23788 ELE-110-N1 Home Electric Power

3

M

23792 ELE-151-N1 Electrical Troubleshooting

3

T

4:30-6:20 6:40-10:00 4:30-6:20 6:30-10:20

A003 A008 A003 A008

QUALLS QUALLS QUALLS QUALLS

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Day Classes 22077 EMS-100-H1 CPR for Healthcare Providers (6/4)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R117

DORTON

23790

ELE-151-1T Electrical Troubleshooting

16

3

BURGIN

Class# Course Course Title Cr. Day Time Room Instructor 22079 EMS-100-H2 CPR for Healthcare Providers (6/25) 1 S 8:30-4:30 R119 JACKSON 22080 EMS-100-H3 CPR for Healthcare Providers (7/9) 1 S 8:30-4:30 R117 DORTON 22082 EMS-100-H4 CPR for Healthcare Providers (7/23) 1 S 8:30-4:30 R119 JACKSON 22075 EMS-101-1T EMS First Responder 3 TR 10:20-12:30 R117 RASNICK Night Classes 22084 EMS-100-HN5 CPR for Healthcare Providers (6/8 & 6/15 -Web 6/22) 1 W 5:00-9:00 R117 DORTON 22086 EMS-100-HN6 CPR for Healthcare Providers (7/6 & 7/13 - Web 7/20) 1 W 5:00-9:00 R117 DORTON 22181 EMS-213-N1 ALS Skills Development 2 TR 6:00-10:00 R117 AKERS Off Campus Classes 22176 EMS-172-91T ALS Clinical Internship II 1 U 8:00-11:00 CLIN VANHOY 22178 EMS-173-91T ALS Field Internship II 1 U 12:00-5:00 CLIN VANHOY 22179 EMS-244-91T ALS Clinical Internship IV 1 S 8:00-11:00 CLIN VANHOY 22180 EMS-245-91T ALS Field Internship IV 1 S 12:00-5:00 CLIN VANHOY ENGLISH Day Classes 20711 ENG-3-1T Preparing for College Writing II 3 MWF 9:40-11:10 P115 DAVIS 20712 ENG-4-1T Preparing for College Reading I 3 MWF 8:00-9:30 P115 BAILEY 20713 ENG-5-1T Preparing for College Reading II 3 MWF 8:00-9:30 P115 BAILEY 20722 ENG-111-1D College Composition I 3 M-F 12:00-1:55 G220 GILLIAM 20721 ENG-256-1T Literature of Science Fiction 3 TR 8:00-10:15 G214 BAILEY Night Classes 20714 ENG-111-N1 College Composition I 3 TR 6:00-8:15 G220 PETERS Distance Learning Classes 20716 ENG-111-W1 College Composition I (Online orientation - email jburns@me.vccs.edu) 3 BURNS 20718 ENG-112-W1 College Composition II (Orientation Thu., 6/2, 5:00, G101) 3 FIELDS 20720 ENG-251-W1 Survey of World Literature I (Orientation Thu., 6/2, 5:00, G220) 3 GILLIAM ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Day Classes 22884 ENV-298-1T Seminar and Project in Forest Science and Environmental Science 4 M-F 3:15-7:45 G234 OGBONNAYA Distance Learning Classes 22677 ENV-108-W1 Environmental Microbiology 3 COOKE 22673 ENV-110-W1 Intro to Water & Wastewater Treatment 3 COOKE 22675 ENV-115-W1 Water Purification 3 LONG 22679 ENV-149-W1 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation 3 LONG 22688 ENV-195-W1 Topics in Well Systems and Pumps 1 COOKE 22689 ENV-195-W2 Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal I 1 COOKE 22686 ENV-211-W1 Sanitary Biology & Chemistry I 3 COOKE 22680 ENV-227-W1 Environmental Law 3 LONG 22691 ENV-295-W1 Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal II 2 COOKE 22693 ENV-295-W2 Topics in Lab Techniques and Procedures for Water Personnel 2 COOKE FORESTRY Day Classes 22882 FOR-215-1D Applied Silviculture 4 M-F 11:45-3:10 G234 OGBONNAYA 22883 FOR-237-1D Wildlife Ecology 3 M-F 10:00-11:40 G234 OGBONNAYA FUNERAL SERVICES (Students must register through John Tyler Community College) Day Classes 22009 FNS-121-R02A Anatomy for Funeral Service I (5/23-7/13) 3 W 9:00-2:00 P214 SIKON 16241 FNS-231-R22A Principles of Funeral Management I (5/23-6/23) 4 R 9:00-1:00 P214 PLEASANTS 16278 FNS-232-R32A Principles of Funeral Management II (6/28-8/2) 4 R 9:00-1:00 P214 PLEASANTS 17

Class# Course Course Title GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 22391 GIS-195-W1 Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) 22403 GIS-200-W1 Geographical Information Systems I (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu) 22411 GIS-201-W1 Geographical Information Systems II (email jhansen@me.vccs.edu) 22404 GIS-205-W1 GIS 3 Dimensional Analysis (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu) 22413 GIS-210-W1 Understanding Geographic Data (email jhansen@me.vccs.edu) 22405 GIS-215-W1 GIS Software Platforms and Applications (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu) 22407 GIS-295-W1 Analyzing Marketing Demographics (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu) GEOGRAPHY Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20727 GEO-210-W1 People and The Land (email ktucker@me.vccs.edu) GEOLOGY Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 22392 GOL-105-W1 Physical Geology (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) 22393 GOL-111-W1 Oceanography I (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) 22394 GOL-225-W1 Environmental Geology (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) HEALTH Day Classes 22072 HLT-100-1T First Aid: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 22123 HLT-105-H1 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (6/4) 22124 HLT-105-H2 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (6/25) 22126 HLT-105-H3 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (7/9) 22134 HLT-105-H4 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (7/23) 22073 HLT-119-1T First Responder Night Classes 22040 HLT-100-N1 First Aid: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 22135 HLT-105-HN5 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (6/8 & 6/15 - Web 6/22) 22137 HLT-105-HN6 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (7/6 & 7/13 - Web 7/20) Distance Learning Classes 20860 HLT-110-W1 Concepts of Personal & Community Health Course has video content. (email sgraham@me.vccs.edu) 22039 HLT-121-W1 Intro to Drug and Abuse (email kdorton@me.vccs.edu) 22311 HLT-130-W1 Nutrition Diet Therapy (email bmccarroll@me.vccs.edu) 23810 HLT-135-W1 Child Health & Nutrition (Orientation, Thurs., 6/2, 5:30 pm., P218) 21961 HLT-145-W1 Ethics for Health Care Personnel (email jmullins@me.vccs.edu) 21966 HLT-145-W2 Ethics for Health Care Personnel (email clee@me.vccs.edu) 22041 HLT-261-W1D Basic Pharmacy I (email awells@me.vccs.edu) 22042 HLT-262-W1E Basic Pharmacy II (email awells@me.vccs.edu) HEALTH CARE TECHNICIAN Day Classes 22140 HCT-101-02 Health Care Technician I (5/23 - 6/24) 22141 HCT-101-03 Health Care Technician I (6/11 - 7/9) 22138 HCT-102-01 Health Care Technician II (5/7 - 7/9) 22142 HCT-102-02 Health Care Technician II (6/27 - 8/19) Off Campus Classes 22139 HCT-101-21 Health Care Technician I (5/23 - 6/23) 22143 HCT-102-21 Health Care Technician II (6/27 - 8/18) 18

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

1 4 4 4 4 4 4

VANGUNDY SALYER HANSEN SALYER HANSEN SALYER SALYER

3

TUCKER

4 4 4

VANGUNDY VANGUNDY VANGUNDY

3 1 1 1 1 3

TR S S S S TR

10:20-12:30 8:30-4:30 8:30-4:30 8:30-4:30 8:30-4:30 10:20-12:30

R117 R117 R119 R117 R119 R117

RASNICK DORTON JACKSON DORTON JACKSON RASNICK

3 1 1

R W W

5:30-9:30 5:00-9:00 5:00-9:00

R119 R117 R117

JACKSON DORTON DORTON

3

GRAHAM

3 1 3 2 2 3 3

DORTON MCCARROLL JETT MULLINS LEE WELLS WELLS

3 3 4 4

MWF S S MWF

9:00-1:00 8:30-4:30 8:30-4:30 9:00-1:00

R118 R118 R118 R118

DELPH YANEZ YANEZ DELPH

3 4

MTR MTR

6:00-10:00 6:00-10:00

CEC CEC

YANEZ DELPH

Class# Course Course Title Cr. Day HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 22036 HIM-111-1T Medical Terminology I 3 TR 22037 HIM-112-1T Medical Terminology II 3 TR Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 21957 HIM-111-W1 Medical Terminology I (email evincent@me.vccs.edu) 3 21959 HIM-111-W2 Medical Terminology I (email awells@me.vccs.edu) 3 21945 HIM-112-W1 Medical Terminology II (email jmullins@me.vccs.edu) 3 23343 HIM-230-W1 Info Systems & Technology in Health Care (email jjones@me.vccs.edu) 3 23341 HIM-233-W1 Electronic Health Records Management (email sward@me.vccs.edu) 3 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (Students may choose to begin class 5/2, 6/6 or 7/5 Off Campus Classes 22664 DRF-169-91 Blueprint Reading for Heavy Construction 2 M-F 22663 HVE-161-91 Heavy Equipment Operation I 7 M-F 22667 SAF-120-91 Safety/Health Stand: Regulations & Codes 3 M-F 22669 SAF-127-91 Industrial Safety 2 M-F HISTORY Day Classes 20858 HIS-121-1D United States History I 3 M-F 20859 HIS-122-1E United States History II 3 M-F Distance Learning Classes 20856 HIS-121-W1 United States History I (Orientation Fri., 6/3, 1:00, G155) 3 20857 HIS-122-W1 United States History II (Orientation Fri., 6/3, 1:00, G155) 3 HORTICULTURE Night Classes 26832 HRT-225-N1 Nursery and Garden Center Mgmt 3 M 26834 HRT-226-N1 Greenhouse Management 3 W HUMANITIES Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20861 HUM-111-W1 Great Books I (email tpenley@me.vccs.edu) 3 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS Night Classes 23268 ITE-115-HN1 Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts 3 T 23274 ITE-182-HN1 User Support/Help Desk Principles 3 T 23280 ITE-195-N1 Computer Game Theory and Design 3 W 23754 ITE-295-N1 Advanced CISCO Routing 3 T Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 3 23269 ITE-115-W1 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email nedwards@me.vccs.edu) 23270 ITE-115-W2 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email fdoyle@me.vccs.edu) 3 23272 ITE-115-W3 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email tlane@me.vccs.edu) 3 23273 ITE-115-W4 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email nmaksoud@me.vccs.edu) 3 MEDICAL LABORATORY Day Classes (Must register through Wytheville Community College.) 13791 MDL-130-11LM Basic Clinical Microbiology (5/23-8/1) 3 TR Enrolling in his lab automatically registers student in MDL 130 Lecture Section 95E. 13789 MDL-130-95E Basic Clinical Microbiology (5/23-8/1) 3 R Enroll in MDL 130, Section 11LM to register for this lecture section. 13792 MDL-199-1 Coordinated Practice in the Clinical Laboratory (5/23-8/1) 2 MWF 19

Time

Room Instructor

10:20-12:30 R118 8:00-10:10 R117

VINCENT WELLS VINCENT WELLS MULLINS JONES WARD

OFF OFF OFF OFF

MCGLOTHLIN MCGLOTHLIN MCGLOTHLIN MCGLOTHLIN

10:00-11:55 G155 SCANLAN 10:00-11:55 G155 STROUTH STROUTH STROUTH

5:30-10:30 5:30-10:30

TBA TBA

STAFF STAFF

PENLEY

5:30-9:40 5:30-9:30 5:30-9:30 5:30-9:30

P119 LANE P121 MAKSOUD P220 COEBURN P220 COEBURN EDWARDS DOYLE LANE MAKSOUD

4:00-8:00

R116

NEELEY

9:00-12:00 P123

PARKS

9:00-12:00 CLIN

PARKS

Class# Course Course Title Distance Learning Classes 13793 MDL-199-95 Clinical Math Review (5/23-8/1) Night Classes 22038 MDL-105-N1T Phlebotomy

Cr.

Day

1 3

Time

Room Instructor PARKS

MW

5:00-10:00 R119 SUTHERLAND JACKSON

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Day Classes 30332 MEC-155-1T Mechanisms 2 R 4:00-9:00 TBA Staff MATHEMATICS Day Classes 20922 MTH-3-1T Algebra I 5 TR 12:40-4:40 G228 WRIGHT 20935 MTH-164-1T Pre-calculus II 3 TR 12:40-2:55 G225 JESSEE 20940 MTH-273-1T Calculus I 4 TWR 9:40-11:45 G228 WRIGHT Night Classes 20921 MTH-3-N1 Algebra I 5 TR 5:30-9:30 G101 MATYUSHIN 20923 MTH-4-N1 Algebra II 5 TR 5:30-9:30 G228 OAKS 20924 MTH-6-N1 Developmental Geometry 3 TR 5:30-7:45 G118 SHULER 20930 MTH-151-N1 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts I 3 MW 5:30-7:45 G225 JESSEE 20937 MTH-152-N1 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts II 3 TR 5:30-7:45 G225 JESSEE 20939 MTH-157-NE Elementary Statistics 3 TWR 5:30-8:45 G213 ALLGYER Distance Learning Classes 20918 MTH-2-W1 Arithmetic (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:00, G118) 3 BROWN 20926 MTH-105-W1 Survey of Technical Mathematics I (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 5:00, G118) 2 COX 20927 MTH-106-W1 Survey or Technical Mathematics II (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 5:00, G118) 2 COX 20928 MTH-126-W1 Mathematics For Allied Health (Orientation Mon., 6/6, 5:00, P115) 2 WOLIVER 20920 MTH-141-W1 Business Mathematics (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 3:00, G118) 3 BROWN 20933 MTH-163-W1 Pre-Calculus I (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:00, G215) 3 ALLGYER 20936 MTH-164-W1 Pre-calculus II (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:00, G215) 3 ALLGYER MUSIC Night Classes 22376 MUS-195-N1 Beginning Lead Guitar 3 MW 6:00-8:00 P126 ROSE Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 22402 MUS-121-W1 Music Appreciation I (email mus121@comcast.net) 3 SORAH NATURAL SCIENCE (Students must register for a corresponding lab when taking Meteorology, Astronomy I, or Astronomy II.) Day Classes 21916 NAS-171-1T Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 MWF 10:40-1:40 R119 MULLINS Distance Learning Classes (Orientation - email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) 22395 NAS-125-W1 Meteorology 4 VANGUNDY 22397 NAS-125-W1L Meteorology 4 VANGUNDY 22398 NAS-131-W1 Astronomy I 4 VANGUNDY 22399 NAS-131-W1L Astronomy I 4 VANGUNDY 22400 NAS-132-W1 Astronomy II 4 VANGUNDY 22401 NAS-132-W1L Astronomy II 4 VANGUNDY NURSING - LPN Day Classes 22268 PNE-143-1T Applied Nursing Skills 1 M 1:00-5:00 R118 MCCARROLL 22306 PNE-145-1T Trends in Practical Nursing 1 T 12:00-12:50 G213 WHISENHUNT 22269 PNE-152-1T Medical-Surgical Nursing II 4 TW 3:00-6:00 R118 WHISENHUNT 22294 PNE-174-1T Applied Pharmacology for Practical Nursing 1 TW 1:00-3:00 R118 MCCARROLL 20

Class# Course Course Title Night Classes 22307 PNE-135-N1 Maternal and Child Health Nursing Off Campus Classes 22300 PNE-181-51 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation - Thur. 6/2, 9:00 am, R118) 22303 PNE-181-52 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation - Thur. 6/2, 9:00 am, R118) 22297 PNE-181-91 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation - Thur. 6/2, 9:00 am, R118) 22308 PNE-182-41 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation, Thur. 6/2, 3:00 pm, R118) 22309 PNE-182-51 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation, Thur. 6/2, 3:00 pm, R118) 22310 PNE-182-52 Clinical Experience I-II (Orientation, Thur. 6/2, 3:00 pm, R118) Distance Learning Classes (Orientation - email instructor) 22304 PNE-158-W1 Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing (email bmccarroll@me.vccs.edu) 22276 PNE-173-W1 Pharmacology for Practical Nurses (email bmccarroll@me.vccs.edu) NURSING - RN Day Classes 22230 NUR-115-C1 Lpn Transition

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

5

M W

4:30-8:30 4:30-8:30

G155 WHISENHUNT G155 PRICE

5 5 5 6 6 6

RF RF RF RF RF RF

6:00-6:00 6:00-7:05 6:00-6:00 6:00-6:00 6:00-6:00 6:00-6:00

SMH SMH HVM WLP NCH NCH

1 2

WILSON NEWMAN DORTON GIZA STANLEY STAFF MCCARROLL MCCARROLL

6

T

9:00-3:45

P214 CLUESMAN

LPN-RN day program students only (5/31-8/2). All students will rotate amount the MECC and VHCC campuses for some class times. Clinicals will be held last three weeks in July. Night Classes 22235 NUR-115-C2 Lpn Transition 6

W

7:00-7:00

CLIN CLUESMAN

R

5:00-10:00 R120 STURGILL

LPN-RN Part-time Evening/Weekend students only (5/31-8/2). During last 2 weeks of semester, class U will meet on both Wednesday and Thursday night. 22208 NUR-136-C1 Principles of Medication Administration 1 M Part--time evening weekend students entering 1st year - 5/31 - 8/2/11 22210 NUR-136-C2 Principles of Medication Administration 1 T LPN-RN day and LPN part-time evening/weekend students only - 5/31 - 7/1 22211 NUR-137-C1 Principles of Pharmacology 1 T LPN-RN day and LPN part-time evening/weekend students only 22218 NUR-226-HN1 Health Assessment (All LPN-RN bridge students) 2 M W 22221 NUR-226-HN2 Health Assessment (Part-time evening/weekend students advancing to NUR 212) 3 22212 NUR-236-C1 Principles of Pharmacology III 1 T Part-time evening/weekend students advancing to NUR 212 - 5/31 - 7/1 22213 NUR-237-C1E Principles of Pharmacology IV 1 T Part-time evening/weekend students advancing to NUR 212 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (Students must register through Southwest Virginia Community College) 19288 OCT-190-BC Coordinated Practices 1 W 19289 OCT-207-BC Therapeutic Skills 3 R Distance Learning Classes 19290 OCT-220-W1 Occupational Therapy for the Adult 2 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Night Classes 20868 PED-123-ND1 Tennis I 1 MW 20869 PED-124-ND1 Tennis II 1 MW PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (Students must register through Wytheville Community College) Day Classes 13725 PTH-131-1 Clinical Education I (5/23-8/1) 2 MW Distance Learning Classes 13714 PTH-210-95-W PSY ASP/Therapy (5/23-8/1) 2 13720 PTH-227-95-W Pathological Conditions (5/23-8/1) (Some on-campus classes required.) 3 21

6:30-6:30

CLIN

STURGILL

5:00-6:00

P214

WRIGHT

5:00-6:00

P214

BEAVERS

5:00-6:00

P215

BEAVERS

5:00-10:00 R120 CLUESMAN 5:00-10:00 R120 MCCARROLL 5:00-6:00 P214 STURGILL 5:00-6:00

P214

STURGILL

8:00-2:40 9:00-3:40

CLIN HARTLEN OFF JAMES/LOONEY HARTLEN

6:00-9:20 6:00-9:20

G101 SUMPTER G101 SUMPTER

8:00-5:00

OFF JACKSON/KING JACKSON/KING SLEMP

Class# Course Course Title Cr. Day Time POLITICAL SCIENCE Day Classes 24056 PLS-135-1D American National Politics 3 M-F 10:00-11:55 Distance Learning Classes 20862 PLS-211-W1 U.S. Government I (Orientation, Thur., 6/2, 12:00, G155) 3 PSYCHOLOGY Night Classes 20865 PSY-231-N1 Life Span Human Development 3 W 5:30-10:00 20866 PSY-232-N1 Life Span D II 3 R 5:30-10:00 Distance Learning Classes 20863 PSY-126-W1 Psychology for Business & Industry (Online orientation - email jgenco@me.vccs.edu) 3 20864 PSY-200-W1 Prin of Psychology (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:00, G149) 3 20867 PSY-235-V1 Child Psychology (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 5:00, G155) 3 RADIOGRAPHY Day Classes 19368 RAD-205-C1 Radiation Protection and Radiobiology (6/1-7/1) 3 MWF 8:00-11:05 19308 RAD-215-01 Correlated Radiographic Theory (6/1-7/1) 2 T 9:00-12:00 T 1:00-3:30 19309 RAD-290-01 Coordinated Internship in Radiology (6/1-7/1) 2 MWRF 7:00-2:40 19592 RAD-290-02 Coordinated Internship in Radiology (6/1-7/1) 2 MWRF 7:00-2:40 19369 RAD-105-C1 Intro to Radiation Protection & Patient Care (7/5-8/3) 3 MWF 8:00-11:05 19325 RAD-190-01 Coordinated Internship in Radiology (7/5-8/3) 3 M-F 7:00-4:10 19591 RAD-190-02 Coordinated Internship in Radiology (7/5-8/3) 3 M-F 7:00-4:10 20717 RAD-195-C1 Topics in Ethics Team Work & Prof. Dev. (7/5-8/3) Hybrid class. 3 MWF 1:00-3:30 RELIGION Day Classes 22379 REL-231-H1 Religions of the World I 3 M 6:00-8:45 Distance Learning Classes 23811 REL-231-W1 Religions of the World I (Orientation, Mon., 6/6, 5:00 pm., P123) 3 23812 REL-232-W1 Religions of the World II (Orientation, Mon., 6/6, 5:00 pm., P123) 3 RESPIRATORY THERAPY Day Classes 21919 RTH-102-1T Integrated Sciences for RTH Care 3 MWF 9:00-10:30 21924 RTH-110-1T Fund. Theory & Practices for Resp Care 3 TR 8:30-12:10 21925 RTH-135-1T Diagnostic & Therapeutic Procedures I 2 TR 10:00-11:30 21942 RTH-224-1T Integrated Respiratory Therapy Skills I 2 TR 12:10-1:40 21936 RTH-253-1T Advanced Clinical Procedures III 3 MW 7:00-5:00 TR 1:40-3:10 SOCIOLOGY Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20870 SOC-200-W1 Prin Sociology (email ktucker@me.vccs.edu) 3 20871 SOC-215-W1 Sociology of the Family (email ascanlan@me.vccs.edu) 3 SPANISH Distance Learning Classes 20872 SPA-101-V1 Beginning Spanish I (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:30, G214) 4 20873 SPA-102-V1 Beginning Spanish II (Orientation Thur., 6/2, 4:30, G214) 4

22

Room Instructor

G213 MUMPOWER SCANLAN

G149 G149

LESTER BAKER GENCOGRIGSBY BAKER OTT

P219 P219 R213 CLIN CLIN P219 CLIN CLIN P219

LEE LOWE/LEE/ GOODMAN GOODMAN LEE GOODMAN GOODMAN LEE LEE

P123

MURPHY MURPHY MURPHY

R119 R121 R119 R121 R121 R121

MULLINS THOMPSON MULLINS THOMPSON THOMPSON THOMPSON

TUCKER OSBORNE/SCANLAN

ZYLAWY ZYLAWY

Class# Course Course Title Cr. Day Time Room STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Day Classes 20911 SDV-100-1D College Success Skills 1 MW 1:30-2:55 P123 Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 20913 SDV-100-W1 College Success Skills (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu) 1 Student needs instructor’s permission to enroll. 20916 SDV-100-W2 College Success Skills (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu) 1 Class is for Nursing, Pre-Nursing (RN or LPN), Respiratory Therapy, EMT, and Pre-EMT students only. 20917 SDV-107-W1 Career Education (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu) 1 Students need instructor’s permission to enroll. TRUCKING - COMMERCIAL (Students may choose to begin classes on April 18, May. 9, May 30, June 20, or July 11.) Off Campus Classes 22657 TRK-101-91 D.O.T. Safety Rules and Regulations 2 M-F OFF 22659 TRK-102-91 Preventive Maintenance for Truck Drivers 1 M-F OFF 22660 TRK-103-91 Tractor Trailer Driving 9 M-F OFF WELDING Day Classes 23746 WEL-126-1T Pipe Welding I 3 MT 8:00-11:30 A001 23749 WEL-129-1T Pipefitting and Fabrication 3 W 8:00-12:10 A001 23751 WEL-160-1T Semi-Auto Welding 3 RF 8:00-11:30 A001 23755 WEL-195-T2 Topics: Pipe Welding I 3 MT 8:00-11:30 A001 23760 WEL-295-T3 Topics: Semi-Automatic Welding 3 RF 8:00-11:30 A001 Night Classes 23748 WEL-126-N1 Pipe Welding I 3 MT 5:00-8:30 A001 23750 WEL-129-N1 Pipefitting and Fabrication 3 W 5:00-9:10 A001 23753 WEL-160-N1 Semi-Auto Welding 3 RF 5:00-8:30 A001 23756 WEL-195-N2 Topics: Pipe Welding I 3 MT 5:00-8:30 A001 23762 WEL-295-N3 Topics: Semi-Automatic Welding 3 RF 5:00-8:30 A001

Instructor

PHILLIPS PHILLIPS PHILLIPS PHILLIPS

MCGLOTHLIN MCGLOTHLIN MCGLOTHLIN

GILLEY GILLEY GILLEY GILLEY GILLEY HUBBARD HUBBARD HUBBARD HUBBARD HUBBARD

SUMMER 2011 ED TO GO CLASSES

Students may count a maximum of 9 credits in one semester or 12 credits overall toward financial aid eligibility. Credits above 12 will not be calculated toward financial aid enrollment level. Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It’s no wonder that many long-lasting friendships have formed in our lively and intelligent discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night. How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center at www.ed2go.com/mecc 2. Click the Orientation link and follow the instructions to enroll. During orientation, you will learn important information about your course. You will also be provided an opportunity to choose the name and password you will use to access your course. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the name and password you selected during orientation. Start Dates: A new section of every course in this catalog will begin on the third Wednesday of every month. Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Firefox. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information or for more information on how to register with Mountain Empire Community College contact Susan Kennedy (276) 523-7488 or skennedy@me.vccs.edu 23

SUMMER 2011 ED TO GO CLASSES 22656 CSC-195-AA 22658 CSC-195-AB 22661 CSC-195-AC 22671 CSC-195-AD 22672 CSC-195-AE 22674 CSC-195-AF 22676 CSC-195-AG 22678 CSC-195-AH 22681 CSC-195-AI 22683 CSC-195-AJ 22685 CSC-195-AK 22695 CSC-195-AL 22697 CSC-195-AM 22698 CSC-195-AN 22699 CSC-195-AO 22701 CSC-195-AP 22702 CSC-195-AQ 22703 CSC-195-AR 22704 CSC-195-AS 22706 CSC-195-AT 22707 CSC-195-AU 22708 CSC-195-AV 22709 CSC-195-AW 22710 CSC-195-AX 22711 CSC-195-AY 22712 CSC-195-AZ 22715 CSC-195-BA 22717 CSC-195-BB 22719 CSC-195-BC 22796 CSC-195-BD 22801 CSC-195-BE 22809 CSC-195-BF 22810 CSC-195-BG 22811 CSC-195-BH 22812 CSC-195-BI 22813 CSC-195-BJ 22814 CSC-195-BK 22815 CSC-195-BL 22816 CSC-195-BM 22817 CSC-195-BN 22818 CSC-195-BO 22819 CSC-195-BP 22820 CSC-195-BQ 22821 CSC-195-BR 22822 CSC-195-BS 22823 CSC-195-BT 22825 CSC-195-BU 22826 CSC-195-BV 22827 CSC-195-BW 22828 CSC-195-BX 22829 CSC-195-BY 22830 CSC-195-BZ 22832 CSC-195-CA 22833 CSC-195-CB 22834 CSC-195-CC 22835 CSC-195-CD 22837 CSC-195-CE 22841 CSC-195-CF 22842 CSC-195-CG

Advanced Comp TIA A+ Certification Prep Basic Comp TIA + A Certification Preparation Intermediate Comp TIA A+ Certification Prep Intermediate C# Programming Introduction to C# Programming C++ for the Absolute Beginner Creating a Classroom Web Site Computer Skills for the Workplace Introducation to CorelDRAW X3 Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 Introduction to Database Development Designing Effective Web Sites Discover Digital Photography Introduction to Dreamweaver CS3 Intermediate Dreamweaver CS3 Introduction to Adobe Acrobat 9 Introduction to Alice 2.0 Programming The Classroom Computer Intermediate CSS and XHTML Introduction to CSS and XHTML Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 Introduction to Flash CS4 Introduction to Illustrator CS3 Introduction to InDesign CS3 Intermediate Java Programming Using the Internet in the Classroom Navigating the Internet Introduction to Java Programming Keyboarding Introduction to Linux Making Movies with Windows Vista Making Movies with Windows XP Intermediate MicroSoft Access 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2007 Microsoft Excel 2003 in the Classroom Advanced MicroSoft Excel 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003 Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom Advanced Microsoft Excel 2007 Intermediate MicroSoft Excel 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 Introduction to MS Front Page 2003 Introduction to MicroSoft Outlook 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 in the Classroom Introduction to MicroSoft PowerPoint 2003 MicroSoft Powerpoint 2007 in the Classroom Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Introduction to MicroSoft Project 2003 Introduction to MicroSoft Publisher 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Visio 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Visio 2007 Microsoft Word 2003 in the Classroom Advanced Microsoft Word 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003

22844 22845 22846 22847 22848 22850 22851 22852 22853 22854 22855 22857 22860 22861 22879 22892 22894 22895 22897 22917 22920 22925 22927 22931 22933 22935 22938 22940 22941 22942 22946 22950 22952 22953 22956 22958 22960 22963 22964 22966 22968 22970 22972 22974 22975 22976 22978 22979 22980 22981 22982 22985 22987 22989 22991 22992 22998 24

CSC-195-CH CSC-195-CI CSC-195-CJ CSC-195-CK CSC-195-CL CSC-195-CM CSC-195-CN CSC-195-CO CSC-195-CP CSC-195-CQ CSC-195-CR CSC-195-CS CSC-195-CT CSC-195-CU CSC-195-CV CSC-195-CW CSC-195-CX CSC-195-CY CSC-195-CZ CSC-195-DA CSC-195-DB CSC-195-DC CSC-195-DD CSC-195-DE CSC-195-DF CSC-195-DG CSC-195-DH CSC-195-DI CSC-195-DJ CSC-195-DK CSC-195-DL CSC-195-DM CSC-195-DN CSC-195-DO CSC-195-DP CSC-195-DQ CSC-195-DR CSC-195-DS CSC-195-DT CSC-195-DU CSC-195-DV CSC-195-DW CSC-195-DX CSC-195-DY CSC-195-DZ CSC-195-EA CSC-195-EB CSC-195-EC CSC-195-ED CSC-195-EE CSC-195-EF CSC-195-EG CSC-195-EH CSC-195-EI CSC-195-EJ CSC-195-EK CSC-195-EL

Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom Intermediate Microsoft Word 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2007 Comp TIA Network + Certification Preparation Intermediate Networking Intermediate Oracle Introduction to Oracle Introduction to PC Security Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Introduction to Peachtree Accounting 2009 Introduction to Perl Program Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera Photographing People with Your Digital Camera Photoshop CS3 for the Digital Photographer Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3 Intermediate Photoshop CS3 Introduction to Photoshop CS3 Photoshoping CS4 for the Digital Photographer Intermediate Photoshop CS4 Photoshop Elements 6.0 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 6.0 for the Digital Photographer II Photoshop Elements 7 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 7 for the Digital Photographer II Photoshop Elements 8 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 8 for the Digital Photographer II Intermediate PHP and MySQL Introduction to PHP and MySQL PMP Certification Prep 2 PMP Certification Prep 1 Easy Classroom Podcasting Introduction to Python 2.5 Programming Quickbooks 2009 for Contractors Introduction to Quickbooks 2009 Performing Payroll in Quickbooks Introduction to Ruby Programming Advanced PC Security Introduction to SQL Travel Photography for the Digital Photographer Intermediate Visual Basic 2005 Introduction to Visual Basic 2005 Intermediate Visual Basic 2008 Introduction to Visual Basic 2008 Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts Creating Web Pages Introduction to Windows Vista Introduction to Windows XP Comp TIA Security+ Certification Prep What’s New in Microsoft Office 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 Introduction to Photoshop CS4 Introduction to Ajax Programming Introduction to ASP.NET Introduction to InDesign CS4 Introduction to Microsoft Expression Web Introduction to QuickBooks 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010

Class#

Course

2011 Fall Classes Course Title

Cr.

Day

Time

Day Classes 28582 ACC-111-H1 Accounting I (This is an eight week class 8/22-10/18.)

3

MW

8:30-9:50

28585 ACC-211-H1 Principles of Accounting I

3

Night Classes 28583 ACC-211-HN1 Principles of Accounting I

ACCOUNTING

Room Instructor

P218

JONES

T

9:25-12:10 P125

BATES

3

T

5:30-8:15

P125

BATES

28591 ACC-219-HN1 Government Not for Profit Accounting

3

R

5:30-8:15

P125

BATES

31197 ACC-221-HN1 Intermediate Accounting I

3

W

5:30-8:15

P125

BATES

28601 ACC-231-HN1 Cost Accounting I

3

M

5:30-8:15

P125

BATES

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 28588 ACC-211-W1 Principles of Accounting I (email jbates@me.vccs.edu)

3

BATES

28589 ACC-212-W1 Principles of Accounting II (email jbates@me.vccs.edu)

3

BATES

28596 ACC-219-W1 Government Not for Profit Accounting (email jbates@me.vccs.edu)

3

BATES

28597 ACC-221-W1 Intermediate Accounting I (email jbates@me.vccs.edu)

3

BATES

28599 ACC-222-W1 Intermediate Accounting II (email jbates@me.vccs.edu)

3

BATES

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Day Classes 29022 ADJ-100-H1 Survey of Criminal Justice

3

MW

9:00-9:50

A002

RINGLEY

29025 ADJ-107-H1 Survey of Criminology

3

W

8:00-8:50

A004

ENGLAND

29026

ADJ-111-01 Law Enforcement Organization & Admin I

3

TR

8:00-9:15

A004

ENGLAND

29030

ADJ-130-01 Introduction to Criminal Law

3

TR

9:25-10:50 A002

RINGLEY

29031

ADJ-131-01 Legal Evidence I

3

R

10:50-1:35 A004

ENGLAND

29032

ADJ-133-01 Ethics & the Criminal Justice Profession

3

W

11:00-1:45

A004

ENGLAND

29036

ADJ-152-01 Unarmed Security Officers - Duties and Responsibilies (9/12-15)

1

M-R

1:00-6:00

A002

ADAMS

29037

ADJ-152-02 Unarmed Security Officers - Duties and Responsibilies (11/7-10)

1

M-R

1:00-6:00

A002

ADAMS

29038

ADJ-153-01 Armed Security Officers - Duties and Responsibilities (9/26-30)

1

M-F

1:00-6:00

A002

ADAMS

4

TR

29040 ADJ-171-H2 Forensic Science I

T 29039 ADJ-171-H1 Forensic Science I

4

ADJ-198-01 Seminar and Project in Criminal Justice

1:00-2:40

RINGLEY

A002

MW 10:00-10:50 A002 M

29041

10:50-12:05 A002

RINGLEY

11:00-12:50 A002

1

A004

ENGLAND

29204 ADJ-296-X1 On-Site Training in ADJ (Must see instructor before registering.)

3

A002

RINGLEY

29206 ADJ-296-X2 On-Site Training in ADJ

3

A004

ENGLAND

Night Classes 29027 ADJ-127-N1 Firearms and Marksmanship

3

M

6:00-8:45

A002

MCNALLY

29033 ADJ-138-N1 Defensive Tactics

2

T

6:00-8:45

A004

CYPHERS

29028 ADJ-139-N1 Private Detectives/Investigators

4

R

5:30-9:30

A004

STAFF

Distance Learning Classes 29023 ADJ-100-W1 Survey of Criminal Justice

3

BOGGS

29024 ADJ-105-W1 Juvenile Justice System

3

RINGLEY

29034 ADJ-140-W1 Introduction to Corrections

3

RINGLEY

29042 ADJ-227-W1 Constitutional Law for Justice Personnel

3

ENGLAND

29043 ADJ-241-W1 Correctional Law I

3

ENGLAND

29044 ADJ-246-W1 Correctional Counseling

3

STAFF

25

Class#

Course

Course Title

AGRICULTURE Day Classes 29005 AGR-205-01 Soil Fertility and Management

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

3

MW

1:00-2:50

G234 OGBONNAYA

3

T

9:25-10:50 A003

RAMEY

T

10:50-12:50 A008

RAMEY

AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION Day Classes 29815 AIR-111-01 29813 29819

AIR-121-01 AIR-281-01

Night Classes 29816 AIR-111-N1 29814 29820

Air Condition & Refrigeration I Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I

4

Energy Management I

3

Air Condition & Refrigeration I

3

AIR-121-N1 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I

4

AIR-281-N1 Energy Management I

3

M

9:00-12:00 A003

RAMEY

M

12:00-2:50 A008

RAMEY

W

12:00-1:40 A005

BUSH

W

1:40-4:10

A011

BUSH

R

5:30-7:30

A003

RAMEY

R

7:30-9:20

A008

RAMEY

W

5:30-7:30

A003

RAMEY

W

7:30-10:15 A008

RAMEY

W

5:30-7:10

A004

BUSH

W

7:10-9:40

A011

BUSH

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Day Classes 28231 ASL-101-01 American Sign Language I

3

M

12:00-2:50 P126 BUCKHAM

Night Classes 28232 ASL-101-N1 American Sign Language I

3

T

6:00-8:45

G149

28233 ASL-102-N1 American Sign Language II

3

R

6:00-8:45

P126 BUCKHAM

WIDENER

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING Day Classes 29810 ARC-121-01 Architectural Drafting I

3

Night Classes 29811 ARC-121-N1 Architectural Drafting I

3

MW 11:00-12:50 P128 R

6:00-9:35

GILLY

P128 NEWBERRY

ART Day Classes 28390 ART-101-01 History and Appreciation of Art I

3

28397

ART-101-02 History and Appreciation of Art I

3

28391

ART-121-01 Drawing I

3

MWF 12:00-1:30 R208 HARRINGTON

28394

ART-122-01 Drawing II

3

MWF 12:00-1:30 R208 HARRINGTON

28395

ART-125-01 Introduction to Painting

3

TR

10:50-12:30 R208 HARRINGTON

28396

ART-131-01 Fundamentals of Design I

3

TR

9:25-10:40 R208 HARRINGTON

28398

ART-180-01 Intro to Computer Graphics

3

TR

1:25-3:30

28399

ART-241-01 Painting I

3

TR

28400

ART-283-01 Computer Graphics I

4

TR

1:25-3:30

P122 VEENSTRA

Night Classes 28392 ART-121-N1 Drawing I

3

M

6:00-9:15

R208 HARRINGTON

Distance Learning Classes 28389 ART-100-V1 Art Appreciation (Orientation Thur., 8/25, 4:30, P115)

3

MWF 10:00-10:50 G155 HARRINGTON TR

10:50-12:05 G155 VEENSTRA

P122 VEENSTRA

10:50-12:30 R208 HARRINGTON

STRATTON

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 29561 AST-101-01 Keyboarding I

26

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

P125 MCCARTY

Class# Course Course Title 29557 AST-107-H1 Editing/Proofreading Skills (10/19-12/15)

Cr. 3

29559 AST-108-H1 Telephone Techniques (8/22-10/18) 29563

1

Day Time Room Instructor MW 10:00-11:50 P122 WARD M

1:00-1:50

P122

YOUNG

M

9:00-9:50

P125 MCCARTY

AST-117-01 Keyboarding for Computer Use

1

29566 AST-141-H1 Word Processing I (8/22-10/18)

3

MW 10:00-11:50 P122

WARD

29567 AST-205-H1 Business Communications (8/22-10/18)

3

MW 10:00-11:50 P117

RATLIFF

29552 AST-243-H1 Office Administration (10/19-12/15)

3

MW 10:00-11:50 P117

JONES

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29562 AST-101-W1 Keyboarding I (email pmccarty@me.vccs.edu

3

MCCARTY

29558 AST-107-W1 Editing/Proofreading Skills (email sward@me.vccs.edu) (10/19-12/15)

3

WARD

29560 AST-108-W1 Telephone Techniques (email tyoung@me.vccs.edu) (8/22-10/18)

1

YOUNG

29564 AST-117-W1 Keyboarding for Computer Use (email pmccarty@me.vccs.edu)

1

MCCARTY

29565 AST-141-W1 Word Processing I (email tyoung@me.vccs.edu) (8/22-10/18)

3

YOUNG

29568 AST-205-W1 Business Communications (email vratliff@me.vccs.edu)

3

RATLIFF

29569 AST-206-W1 Professional Development (email tyoung@me.vccs.edu)

3

YOUNG

29551 AST-236-W1 Specialized Software Applications (email jjones@me.vccs.edu)

3

JONES

BIOLOGY (Students must register for a corresponding lab.) To enroll in a Biology class with a related lab (LAB) follow these steps: Enter class number in the "Enter Class Nbr" field. Click "Enter." Select desired lab section & clck "Next." Verify your lecture & lab sections are correct & click "Next." Click "Proceed to Step 2 of 3." Click "Finish Enrolling" & wait to receive a "success" status. Day Classes 26310 BIO-101-01 General Biology I

4

MWF

G211

BURKART

26313

BIO-101-02 General Biology I

4

MWF 10:00-10:50 G211

BURKART

26314

BIO-101-03 General Biology I

4

MWF 12:00-12:50 G211

BURKART

26315

BIO-101-1L General Biology I

TR

9:25-10:40 G244

26316

BIO-101-2L General Biology I

M

1:00-3:50

G244

RUSSO

26318

BIO-101-3L General Biology I

W

1:00-3:50

G244

RUSSO

26319

BIO-101-4L General Biology I

TR

26401

BIO-141-01 Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

MWF 11:00-11:50 G211 STRENGTH

26402

BIO-141-02 Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

MWF

1:00-1:50

G211 STRENGTH

26403

BIO-141-1L Human Anatomy & Physiology I

T

1:25-4:05

G246 STRENGTH

26405

BIO-141-2L Human Anatomy & Physiology I

R

1:25-4:05

G246 STRENGTH

26406

BIO-141-3L Human Anatomy & Physiology I

T

1:25-4:05

G244

26412

BIO-142-01 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

MWF

9:00-9:50

G211 STRENGTH

26413

BIO-142-1L Human Anatomy & Physiology II

26415

BIO-231-01 Anatomy & Physiology I

4

MWF 11:00-11:50 G211 STRENGTH

26416

BIO-231-02 Anatomy & Physiology I

4

MWF

1:00-1:50

G211 STRENGTH

26417

BIO-231-1L Anatomy & Physiology I

T

1:25-4:05

G246 STRENGTH

26418

BIO-231-2L Anatomy & Physiology I

R

1:25-4:05

G246 STRENGTH

26419

BIO-231-3L Anatomy & Physiology I

T

1:25-4:05

G244

26427

BIO-232-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

MWF

9:00-9:50

G211 STRENGTH

26428

BIO-232-1L Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4

T

4

Night Classes 26390 BIO-101-N1 General Biology I BIO-141-N1 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIO-231-N1 Anatomy & Physiology I 27

RUSSO

8:00-10:40 G246 STRENGTH

RUSSO

4

T

6:00-8:45

G211 THOMPSON

R

6:00-8:45

G244 THOMPSON

4

M

6:00-8:45

G211

W

6:00-8:45

G246 STRENGTH

M

6:00-8:45

G211

W

6:00-8:45

G246 STRENGTH

4

26422 BIO-231-N1L Anatomy & Physiology I

BURKART

8:00-10:40 G246 STRENGTH

26409 BIO-141-N1L Human Anatomy & Physiology I 26420

10:50-12:05 G244

BURKART

T

26391 BIO-101-N1L General Biology I 26408

8:00-8:50

RUSSO RUSSO

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

Off Campus Classes 26323 BIO-101-61 General Biology I

4

26325 BIO-101-61L General Biology I Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 26394 BIO-101-W1 General Biology I (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu)

Day

Time

Room Instructor

T

6:00-8:45

CHE

SWAN

R

6:00-8:45

CHE

SWAN

4

BURKART

26398 BIO-101-W1L General Biology I (email cburkart@me.vccs.edu) 26410 BIO-141-W1 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (email arusso@me.vccs.edu)

BURKART 4

RUSSO

26411 BIO-141-W1L Human Anatomy & Physiology I (email arusso@me.vccs.edu) 26424 BIO-231-W1 Anatomy & Physiology I (email arusso@me.vccs.edu)

RUSSO 4

RUSSO

26426 BIO-231-W1L Anatomy & Physiology I (email arusso@me.vccs.edu)

RUSSO

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Day Classes 29414 BUS-200-H1 Principles of Management

3

MW 10:00-10:50 P123

29429 BUS-241-01 Business Law I

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 P117 SNODGRASS

Night Classes 29415 BUS-200-HN2 Principles of Management

3

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29416 BUS-205-W1 Human Resource Management (email fdoyle@me.vccs.edu)

3

DOYLE

29430 BUS-241-W1 Business Law I (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu)

3

SNODGRASS

W

6:00-8:45

P123

DOYLE

HORTON

CHEMISTRY (Students must register for a corresponding lab.) To enroll in a Biology class with a related lab (LAB) follow these steps: Enter class number in the "Enter Class Nbr" field. Click "Enter." Select desired lab section & clck "Next." Verify your lecture & lab sections are correct & click "Next." Click "Proceed to Step 2 of 3." Click "Finish Enrolling" & wait to receive a "success" status. Day Classes 26206 CHM-5-01

Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences

26207

Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences

CHM-5-1L

4

MWF 11:00-11:50 G214

HUNEK

M

1:00-3:50

G238

HUNEK

MWF

9:00-9:50

G214

HUNEK

26212 CHM-111-1L College Chemistry I

T

1:25-4:05

G238

HUNEK

26213 CHM-111-2L College Chemistry I

W

1:00-3:50

G238

HUNEK

R

6:00-8:45

G214 HAMMONDS

T

6:00-8:45

G238 HAMMONDS

T

6:00-8:45

G214

HUNEK

W

6:00-8:45

G238

HUNEK

W

6:00-8:45

P126

ADDISON

26211 CHM-111-01 College Chemistry I

Night Classes 26209 CHM-5-N1 26210

4

Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences

4

CHM-5-N1L Developmental Chemistry for Health Sciences

26214 CHM-111-N1 College Chemistry I

4

26217 CHM-111-N1L College Chemistry I CHILD DEVELOPMENT Night Classes 29470 CHD-165-N1 Obser & Partic/Early Childhood Prim Sett

3

29471 CHD-265-N1 Adv Obser/Part

3

W

6:00-8:45

P126

ADDISON

29472 CHD-290-N1 Internship in Child Care

3

W

6:00-8:45

P126

ADDISON

Distance Learning Classes 29353 CHD-118-W1 Method/Materials Lang Arts for Children (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:00 pm, P226)

3

BRIMELOW

29356 CHD-120-W1 Early Childhood Education (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

29357 CHD-125-W1 Creative Activities for Children (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

29358 CHD-126-W1 Methods & Mat for Dev Sci & Mth Con Chil (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

29354 CHD-166-W1 Infant and Toddler Programs (Orientation, Tues. 8/23, 5:00 pm, P226)

3

BRIMELOW

29359 CHD-205-W1 Guiding Behavior of Young Children (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

29360 CHD-210-W1 Introduction to Exceptional Children (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

29355 CHD-215-W1 Models of Early Childhood Education Prog (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:00 pm., P226)

3

BRIMELOW

28

Class#

Course

Course Title

CIVIL ENGINEERING Day Classes 31528 CIV-171-01

Surveying I

Cr.

Day

Time

3

R

9:25-1:25

Room Instructor

P128

GILLY

Distance Learning Classes 29186 CIV-240-W1 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics

3

LONG

29187 CIV-246-W1 Water Resource Technology

3

LONG

COMMUNICATION Day Classes 26197 CST-100-01 Principles of Public Speaking

3

26198

CST-100-02 Principles of Public Speaking

3

26201

CST-105-01 Oral Communication

3

Distance Learning Classes 26199 CST-100-V1 Principles of Public Speaking (Orientation Fri., 8/26, 5:00, G211)

MWF 10:00-10:50 P126 TR

BAILEY

10:50-12:05 G214

BURGIN

MWF 11:00-11:50 P126

BAILEY

3

BAILEY

COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING Day Classes 29800 DRF-160-01 Machine Blueprint Reading

3

TR

1:25-2:40

P128

GILLY

29803 DRF-200-01 Survey of Computer Aided Drafting

4

T

9:25-1:15

P128

GILLY

29805 DRF-231-01 Computer Aided Drafting I

3

MW

9:00-10:50 P128

GILLY

Night Classes 29802 DRF-160-N1 Machine Blueprint Reading

3

M

6:00-9:35

P128

GILLY

29804 DRF-200-N1 Survey of Computer Aided Drafting

4

T

6:00-9:35

P128

GILLY

29812 DRF-201-N1 Cpt Drf/Dsg I

3

T

6:00-9:35

P128

GIBSON

29806 DRF-231-N1 Computer Aided Drafting I

3

W

6:00-9:35

P128

STAFF

COMPUTER AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 29287 ETR-218-H1 Industrial Electronics Circuits (Online hybrid; 75 minute lab meetings required.)

4

R

1:25-2:40

A006

GREENE

29292

4

MW

1:00-3:50

A006

GREENE

4

M

6:00-7:15

A006

GREENE

Day Classes 23450 ECO-201-01 Principles of Economics I

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

G214

LAMBERT

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23448 ECO-120-W1 Survey of Economics (email klambert@me.vccs.edu)

3

LAMBERT

23452 ECO-201-W1 Principles of Economics I (email klambert@me.vccs.edu)

3

LAMBERT

ETR-273-01 Computer Electronics I

Night Classes 29310 ETR-218-H2 Industrial Electronics Circuits (Online hybrid; 75 minute lab meetings required.) ECONOMICS

EDUCATION NIght Classes 29428 EDU-295-N1 Rick Management and Assessment in Athletics

3

W

6:00-8:45

P122

ROBBINS

3

W

9:00-10:50 A003

QUALLS

W

11:00-12:50 A008

ELECTRICITY Day Classes 29895 ELE-134-01 Practical Electricity I 29283

ELE-140-01 Basic Electricity & Machinery

4

TR

10:50-12:55 A006

GREENE

29900

ELE-150-01 A.C. and D.C. Circuit Fundamentals

4

R

9:25-11:00

A003

QUALLS

R

11:05-2:40

A008

R

12:00-1:40 A005

BUSH

R

1:40-3:20

BUSH

29823

ELE-178-01 Wind Turbine Technology

3 29

A011

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

Night Classes 29898 ELE-134-N1 Practical Electricity I

3

Day

Time

Room Instructor

M

5:30-7:20

A003

M

7:30-9:20

A008

QUALLS

29309 ELE-140-N1 Basic Electricity & Machinery

4

W

5:30-9:40

A006

SALLEE

29901 ELE-150-N1 A.C. and D.C. Circuit Fundamentals

4

T

5:30-7:20

A003

QUALLS

T

7:30-10:20 A008

3

R

5:30-7:10

A004

BUSH

3

R

7:10-8:50

A011

BUSH

3

TR

6:00-8:45

CHE

STAFF

Day Classes 28553 EMS-100-H1 CPR for Healthcare Providers (8/27)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28554 EMS-100-H2 CPR for Healthcare Providers (9/10)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R219

DORTON

28555 EMS-100-H3 CPR for Healthcare Providers (9/24)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

29824 ELE-178-N1 Wind Turbine Technology Off Campus Classes 29876 ELE-133-61 Practical Electricity I EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

28557 EMS-100-H4 CPR for Healthcare Providers (10/8 )

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28558 EMS-100-H5 CPR for Healthcare Providers (10/22)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28560 EMS-100-H6 CPR for Healthcare Providers (11/5)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R219

DORTON

28313 EMS-101-01 EMS First Responder

3

TR

9:25-10:40 R219

RASNICK

Night Classes 28552 EMS-100-HN7 CPR for Healthcare Providers (8/31 & 9/7)

1

W

5:00-9:00

DORTON

29780 EMS-111-N1 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

6

TR

6:00-10:00 R118 MASSIE/SPEARS

29781 EMS-115-N1 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Refresher

2

TR

6:00-10:00 R118 MASSIE/SPEARS

29205 EMS-151-C1 Introduction to Advanced Life Support (8/22 - 10/12)

4

MW

6:00-10:00 R219

AKERS

29210 EMS-153-C1 Basic ECG Recognition (11/14 - 12/12)

2

MW

6:00-10:00 P219

AKERS

29213 EMS-157-C1 ALS - Trauma Care (10/17 - 11/9)

3

MW

6:00-10:00 R219

AKERS

29220 EMS-201-C1 EMS Professional Development (8/23 - 9/8)

2

TR

5:50-10:00 R219

AKERS

29221 EMS-205-C1 Advanced Pathophysiology (9/13 - 12/8)

3

TR

6:00-8:00

R219

AKERS

29225 EMS-207-C1 Advanced Patient Assessment (9/14 - 12/9)

3

TR

8:10-10:30 R219

AKERS

29254 EMS-251-C1 ALS Required Topics

3

W

6:00-10:00 P226

AKERS

29258 EMS-298-C1 Project & Seminar in Paramedic Upgrade/Refresher

5

W

6:00-11:00

P226

AKERS

Off Campus Classes 31184 EMS-101-61 EMS First Responder

3

R

6:00-8:45

CHE KENDRICK

29779 EMS-120-41 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Clinical (11/5 & 11/6)

1

SU

2:00-10:00

WLP SPEARS/MASSIE

29216 EMS-163-91 Prehospital Trauma Life Support-PHTLS (11/19 & 11/20)

1

SU

8:00-5:00

VHC

AKERS

29217 EMS-170-91 ALS Internship I (9/17 - 12/3)

1

F

1:00-5:00

CLIN

VANHOY

29247 EMS-242-91 ALS Clinical Internship III

1

S

7:00-10:00 CLIN

VANHOY

29252 EMS-243-91 ALS Field Internship III

1

U

7:00-10:00 CLIN

VANHOY

4

M

11:00-1:30

A004

BUSH

M

1:30-4:00

A011

BUSH

M

5:30-8:00

A004

BUSH

M

8:00-10:30

A011

BUSH

R121

ENERGY TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 29817 ENE-105-01 Solar Thermal Active and Passive Technology Night Classes 29818 ENE-105-N1 Solar Thermal Active and Passive Technology

4

30

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

Day

Time

Preparing for College Writing I

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

P117

PETERS

ENG-3-01

Preparing for College Writing II

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

G220

GILLIAM

27952

ENG-3-02

Preparing for College Writing II

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

G101

BURNS

27954

ENG-3-03

Preparing for College Writing II

3

TR

8:00-9:15

G101 VANOVER

27955

ENG-3-04

Preparing for College Writing II

3

31433

ENG-3-05

Preparing for College Writing II

3

TR

27958

ENG-4-01

Preparing for College Reading I

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

P115

BAILEY

27960

ENG-5-01

Preparing for College Reading II

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

P115

BAILEY

ENGLISH Day Classes 26449 ENG-1-01 27951

Room Instructor

MWF 12:00-12:50 G101

DAVIS

10:50-12:05 G101 VANOVER

27961

ENG-5-02

Preparing for College Reading II

3

MWF

1:00-1:50

P115

BAILEY

27962

ENG-5-03

Preparing for College Reading II

3

TR

9:25-10:40

P115

FANNON

27964 ENG-100-01 Basic Occupational Communication

3

MW

3:30-4:45

P115

DAVIS

27965 ENG-111-01 College Composition I

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

P115

PETERS

27966 ENG-111-02 College Composition I

3

TR

8:00-9:15

P115

BROWN

9:00-9:50

27967 ENG-111-03 College Composition I

3

MWF

P123

BROWN

27968 ENG-111-04 College Composition I

3

MWF 10:00-10:50 G220

QUILLEN

27969 ENG-111-05 College Composition I

3

TR

27970 ENG-111-06 College Composition I

3

MWF

27971 ENG-111-07 College Composition I

3

TR

9:25-10:40 G220

QUILLEN

1:00-1:50

G220

GILLIAM

10:50-12:05 G220

QUILLEN

27972 ENG-111-08 College Composition I

3

MWF 11:00-11:50 P115

BROWN

27973 ENG-111-09 College Composition I

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 G220

GILLIAM

27975 ENG-111-10 College Composition I

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 P115

BROWN

27976

ENG-111-11 College Composition I

3

MWF 10:00-10:50 P115

DAVIS

27977 ENG-111-12 College Composition I

3

MWF

DAVIS

MWF 11:00-11:50 G220

9:00-9:50

G220

27988 ENG-112-01 College Composition II

3

27986 ENG-112-H1 College Composition II (Course delivered via web on Thursday)

3

T

1:25-4:10

P115

PENLEY

27991 ENG-241-01 Survey of American Literature I

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

G213

QUILLEN

27994 ENG-251-01 Survey of World Literature I

3

TR

9:25-10:40 P121

BROWN

Night Classes 27956 ENG-3-N1

Preparing for College Writing II

3

M

6:00-8:45

G101

DAVIS

27959

ENG-4-N1

Preparing for College Reading I

3

W

6:00-8:45

P115

FANNON

27963

ENG-5-N1

Preparing for College Reading II

3

W

6:00-8:45

P115

FANNON

27983 ENG-111-N1 College Composition I

3

M

6:00-8:45

G220

GILLIAM

31113 ENG-295-N1 Writing Your Life

3

R

6:00-8:45

P118

SHORT

Off Campus Classes 27980 ENG-111-21 College Composition I

3

T

6:00-8:45

CEC

HOLMAN

27981 ENG-111-61 College Composition I

3

W

6:00-8:45

CHE

VANOVER

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 27957 ENG-3-W1 Preparing for College Writing II (email jburns@me.vccs.edu)

3

BURNS

27984 ENG-111-W1 College Composition I (email jburns@me.vccs.edu)

3

BURNS

27985 ENG-111-W2 College Composition I (email jburns@me.vccs.edu)

3

BURNS

27989 ENG-112-W1 College Composition II (email tpenley@me.vccs.edu)

3

PENLEY

27990 ENG-112-W2 College Composition II (email tpenley@me.vccs.edu)

3

PENLEY

27992 ENG-241-W1 Survey of American Literature I (email jburns@me.vccs.edu)

3

BURNS

27995 ENG-251-W1 Survey of World Literature I (email tpenley@me.vccs.edu)

3

PENLEY

31

QUILLEN

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Day Classes 29016 ENV-230-01 GIS Applications in Environmental Science

Day

Time

Room Instructor

3

MW 11:00-12:50 G234 OGBONNAYA

29007 ENV-235-01 Soil Conservation & Spoils Management

3

TR

Distance Learning Classes 29178 ENV-108-W1 Environmental Microbiology

3

COOKE

29173 ENV-110-W1 Intro to Water & Wastewater Treatment

3

COOKE

29175 ENV-115-W1 Water Purification

3

LONG

29180 ENV-149-W1 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation

3

LONG

29197 ENV-195-W1 Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal I

1

COOKE

29190 ENV-211-W1 Sanitary Biology & Chemistry I

3

COOKE

29006 ENV-220-W1 Environmental Problems

3

OGBONNAYA

29183 ENV-227-W1 Environmental Law

3

LONG

29198 ENV-295-W1 Topics in Wastewater Treatment Renewal II

2

COOKE

FORESTRY Day Classes 29008 FOR-100-01 Introduction to Forestry

3

T

1:25-4:25

G234 OGBONNAYA

Night Classes 29009 FOR-115-N1 Dendrology (Saturday labs are arranged in class by instructor.)

4

T

6:00-9:00

G234

3 1 3 1 3 3

T T M T W T

9:30-12:00 12:30-9:30 1:00-4:00 3:30-6:30 12:30-3:30 4:00-6:00

G130 JTCC G130 JTCC G130 G130

3 1

W T

6:30-9:45 G130 12:30-9:30 JTCC

T

6:00-8:45

FUNERAL SERVICES (Students must register through John Tyler Community College) Day Classes 26989 FNS-111-02A Theory of Embalming I 26998 FNS-113-02A Theory of Embalming I Lab (9/6, 10/11, 11/18 & 11/29) 27009 FNS-213-02A Restorative Art 27011 FNS-214-72A Restorative Art Lab (9/6, 10/11, 11/18 & 11/29) 27015 FNS-245-02A Ethics (Video Conference at JTCC on 9/7, 10/12, 11/19 & 11/30) 27493 FNS-270-04A Funeral Service Review Night Classes 26995 FNS-112-41A Theory of Embalming II 26999 FNS-114-71A Theory of Embalming II Lab (9/6, 10/11, 11/18 & 11/29) Distance Learning Classes 27006 FNS-126-V01A Pathology for FNS 27012 FNS-231-N01A Management for FNS I 27013 FNS-236-N01A Funeral Service Law

10:50-12:05 G234 OGBONNAYA

CAWOOD

3 4 3

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS Night Classes 31816 GIS-200-H1 Geographical Information Systems I

4

Distance Learning Classes 29367 GIS-200-W1 Geographical Information Systems I (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu)

4

SALYER

29408 GIS-201-W1 Geographical Information Systems II (email jhansen@me.vccs.edu)

4

HANSEN

29369 GIS-205-W1 GIS 3 Dimensional Analysis (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu)

4

SALYER

29409 GIS-210-W1 Understanding Geographic Data (email jhansen@me.vccs.edu)

4

HANSEN

29406 GIS-215-W1 GIS Software Platforms and Applications (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu) 4

SALYER

29407 GIS-295-W1 Analyzing Marketing Demographics (email msalyer@me.vccs.edu)

4

SALYER

GEOGRAPHY Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23442 GEO-210-W1 People and The Land (email ktucker@me.vccs.edu)

3

TUCKER

32

P119

SALYER

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

Day

First Aid: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

3

TR

9:25-10:40 R117

RASNICK

28251

HLT-100-N1 First Aid: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

3

M

3:10-5:55

R119

JACKSON

28513

HLT-105-H1 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 8/27 (web 9/3)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28515

HLT-105-H2 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 9/10 (web 9/17)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R117

DORTON

28520

HLT-105-H3 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 9/24 (web 10/)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28521

HLT-105-H4 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 10/8 (web 10/15)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

HEALTH Day Classes 28309 HLT-100-01

Time

Room Instructor

28524

HLT-105-H5 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 10/22 (web 10/29)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R119

JACKSON

28526

HLT-105-H6 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 11/5 (web 11/12)

1

S

8:30-4:30

R117

DORTON

28311

HLT-119-01

First Responder

3

TR

9:25-10:40 R117

RASNICK

28291

HLT-121-01

Intro to Drug and Abuse

3

TR

9:25-10:40 R118

VINCENT

28199

HLT-145-01

Ethics for Health Care Personnel

2

TR

8:00-8:50

R119

MULLINS

1

W

5:00-9:00

R121

DORTON

Night Classes 28529 HLT-105-HN7 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 8/31& 9/7 (web 9/14) 28300 HLT-261-HN1 Basic Pharmacy I (8/22 - 9/23)

3

T

5:00-10:00 R121

WELLS

28302 HLT-262-HN1 Basic Pharmacy II (9/26 - 10/28)

3

T

5:00-10:00 R121

WELLS

Off Campus Classes 31102 HLT-100-61 First Aid: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

3

R

6:00-8:45

CHE KENDRICK

28239

HLT-145-31

Ethics for Health Care Personnel

2

W

6:00-8:00

GCH

VICARS

31103

HLT-145-61

Ethics for Health Care Personnel

2

T

6:00-8:45

CHE

RASNICK

Distance Learning Classes 23444 HLT-110-W1 Concepts of Personal & Community Health

3

GRAHAM

28290 HLT-121-W1 Intro to Drug and Abuse (Online orientation - email kdorton@me.vccs.edu)

3

DORTON

29397 HLT-130-W1 Nutrition Diet Therapy (Online orientation - email rstanley@me.vccs.edu)

1

STANLEY

29361 HLT-135-W1 Child Health & Nutrition (Orientation, Tues., 8/23, 5:30 pm., P218)

3

JETT

28200 HLT-145-W1 Ethics for Health Care Personnel (Online orientation - email jmullins@me.vccs.edu)

2

MULLINS

28238 HLT-145-W2 Ethics for Health Care Personnel (Online orientation - email instructor clee@me.vccs.edu)

2

LEE

28301 HLT-261-W1 Basic Pharmacy I (8/22 - 10/14 - Online orientation - email instructor awells@me.vccs.edu)

3

WELLS

28303 HLT-262-W1 Basic Pharmacy II (10/17 - 12/9 - Online orientation - email instructor awells@me.vccs.edu)

3

WELLS

Course has video content. (Online orientation - email sgraham@me.vccs.edu)

HEALTH CARE TECHNICIAN Day Classes 28561 HCT-101-01 Health Care Technician I (8/22 - 9/26)

3

MWF

9:00-1:00

R118

28562

3

S

8:30-4:30

R118 YANEZ/SLATER

28565 HCT-102-01 Health Care Technician II (9/28 - 11/23)

4

MWF

9:00-3:00

R118

28567 HCT-102-02 Health Care Technician II (10/1 - 11/19)

4

S

8:30-4:30

R118 YANEZ/SLATER

26490 HCT-102-03 Health Care Technician II (7/16 - 9/17)

4

S

8:30-4:30

R118 YANEZ/SLATER

Night Classes 28287 HCT-115-N1 Medication Administration Training (Two weekend clinicals to be announced)

3

M

6:00-9:00

R121

MILLER

Off Campus Classes 28569 HCT-102-31 Health Care Technician II (10/11 - 12/8)

4

TR

4:00-10:00

SVC

DELPH

28564

3

TR

5:00-9:00

SVC

DELPH

4

R

9:25-12:10 P125

STAFF

HCT-101-02 Health Care Technician I (8/27 - 9/24)

HCT-101-31 Health Care Technician I (9/6 - 10/6)

DELPH DELPH

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 29570 HIM-101-H1 Health Information Technology I 33

Class# Course 28201 HIM-111-02 28194

Course Title

Cr. 3

Medical Terminology I

HIM-111-H1 Medical Terminology I

3

Day Time Room Instructor TR 10:50-12:05 R118 VINCENT MW

9:00-9:50

R121 THOMPSON

8:00-9:15

R117

28235

HIM-112-02

Medical Terminology II

3

TR

28196

HIM-112-H1 Medical Terminology II

3

MW 10:00-10:50 R119

29574

HIM-254-01 Advanced Coding & Reimbursement

4

WELLS MULLINS

T

9:25-12:10

P117

WARD

T

1:25-3:00

P117

WARD

Night Classes 29571 HIM-101-HN1 Health Information Technology I

4

R

6:30-9:30

P117

TIPTON

28202

3

R

6:00-8:45

R118

NEELEY

29573 HIM-163-HN1 Anatomy and Physiology for Administrative Health Professionals

3

W

5:30-8:15

P117

WARD

29575

4

T

5:30-9:30

P117

WARD

Off Campus Classes 28203 HIM-111-31 Medical Terminology I

3

M

6:00-8:45

GCH

VICARS

29873

3

W

6:00-8:45

CHE

RASNICK

HIM-111-N1 Medical Terminology I HIM-254-N1 Advanced Coding & Reimbursement

HIM-111-61

Medical Terminology I

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29572 HIM-101-W1 Health Information Technology I (email sward@me.vccs.edu)

4

WARD

28206 HIM-111-W1 Medical Terminology I (email evincent@me.vccs.edu)

3

VINCENT

28252 HIM-111-W2 Medical Terminology I (email jhatfield@me@.vccs.edu)

3

HATFIELD

28284 HIM-111-W3 Medical Terminology I (email dcorns@me.vccs.edu)

3

CORNS

28198 HIM-112-W1 Medical Terminology II (email jmullins@me.vccs.edu)

3

MULLINS

28236 HIM-112-W2 Medical Terminology II (email clee@me.vccs.edu)

3

LEE

29553 HIM-130-W1 Healthcare Information Systems (email jjones@me.vccs.edu)

3

JONES

29554 HIM-130-W2 Healthcare Information Systems (email jjones@me.vccs.edu)

3

JONES

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (Students may choose to begin class Aug. 1, Sep. 6, Oct. 3, Nov. 7 or Dec. 5 Off Campus Classes 28837 DRF-169-91 Blueprint Reading for Heavy Construction

2

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

28834 HVE-161-91 Heavy Equipment Operation I

7

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

28838

SAF-120-91 Safety/Health Stand: Regulations & Codes

3

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

28839

SAF-127-91 Industrial Safety

2

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

HISTORY Day Classes 26235 HIS-101-01

History of Western Civilization I

3

MWF

P127

SCANLAN

26236

HIS-101-02

History of Western Civilization I

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 P127

SCANLAN

26238

HIS-121-01

United States History I

3

MWF

26239

HIS-121-02

United States History I

3

MWF 10:00-10:50 P127

26240

HIS-121-03

United States History I

3

26241

HIS-121-04

United States History I

3

MWF 11:00-11:50 G155 STROUTH

26242

HIS-121-05

United States History I

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 G155 STROUTH

26246

HIS-267-01

The Second World War

3

MW

1:00-2:15

G155 STROUTH

Night Classes 26243 HIS-121-N1 United States History I

3

R

6:00-8:45

G155

Distance Learning Classes 26237 HIS-102-W1 History of Western Civilization II (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 4:00, G155)

3

SCANLAN

26244 HIS-121-W1 United States History I (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 2:00, G155)

3

STROUTH

26245 HIS-122-W1 United States History II (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 2:00, G155)

3

STROUTH

34

TR

8:00-8:50 9:00-9:50

G155 STROUTH

9:25-10:40 G155

SCANLAN SALAITA

SALAITA

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

Day

Time

Night Classes 29011 HRT-115-N1 Plant Propogation

3

M

5:30-9:15

G234

STAFF

29012 HRT-126-N1 Home Landscaping

3

R

6:00-8:45

G234

STAFF

29014 HRT-226-N1 Greenhouse Management

3

W

5:00-9:10

G234

STAFF

Day Classes 28408 HUM-100-01 Survey of The Humanities

3

TR

1:25-2:40

G155 HARRINGTON

29487 HUM-195-01 Introduction to Appalachian Studies

3

TR

9:25-10:40 P126

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23424 HUM-111-W1 Great Books I (email tpenley@me.vccs.edu)

3

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Day Classes 29297 IND-101-01 Quality Assurance Tech

3

MW

1:25-2:40

A009

FOWLER

29903

IND-108-01

Tech. Computer Applications

3

TR

2:50-4:05

A005

WRIGHT

29299

IND-125-01

Installation and Preventive Maintenance

3

MW

9:00-10:40 A010

JOHNSON

29300

IND-137-01

Team Concepts and Problem Solving

3

TR

9:25-10:40 A005

FOWLER

29301

IND-160-01

HORTICULTURE

Room Instructor

HUMANITIES

DAVIS PENLEY

Introduction to Robotics

3

T

1:25-4:05

A006

GREENE

Night Classes 29318 IND-101-N1 Quality Assurance Tech

3

T

6:00-8:45

A009

SHAFFER

29320

3

T

6:00-8:45

A005

WRIGHT

IND-108-N1 Tech. Computer Applications

29322

IND-125-N1 Installation and Preventive Maintenance

3

W

5:30-8:50

A009

JOHNSON

29327

IND-137-N1 Team Concepts and Problem Solving

3

W

6:00-8:45

A005

FOWLER

29329

IND-160-N1 Introduction to Robotics

3

R

6:00-8:45

A006

STAFF

3

MW

11:00-11:50 P121

LANE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS Day Classes 29555 ITE-100-H1 Introduction to Information Systems

3

MW 12:00-12:50 P122

JONES

29449

3

MWF

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DATABASE Day Classes 29443 ITD-110-H1

ITE-115-01

Web Page Design I

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

8:00-8:50

P119 EDWARDS

29448

ITE-115-02

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

P119

LANE

29450

ITE-115-03

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

MWF

9:00-9:50

P121

DOYLE

29451

ITE-115-04

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

MWF 11:00-11:50 P119 EDWARDS

29452

ITE-115-05

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 P119 EDWARDS

29453

ITE-115-06

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

MWF

MWF 10:00-10:50 P119

1:00-1:50

P119

DOYLE

29458

ITE-115-07

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

29479

ITE-115-08

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

TR

9:25-10:40

LANE

29481

ITE-115-09

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

TR

10:50-12:05 P119 MAKSOUD

29482

ITE-115-10

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

TR

1:25-2:40

P119 MAKSOUD

29907

ITE-115-11

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

TR

8:00-9:15

P119

DOYLE LANE

P119 MAKSOUD

29495

ITE-130-H1

Introduction to Internet Services

3

MW

1:00-1:50

P121

29499

ITE-150-H1

Desktop Database Software

3

MW

1:00-1:50

P123 EDWARDS

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

W

6:00-8:45

P119

BAKER

Off Campus Classes 29444 ITE-115-21 Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

T

6:00-8:45

LCC

HINES

Night Classes 29902 ITE-115-N1

35

Class# 29445

Course ITE-115-31

Course Title Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

Cr. 3

Day T

29447

ITE-115-61

Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts

3

T

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29556 ITE-100-W1 Introduction to Information Systems (email jjones@me.vccs.edu)

Time Room Instructor 6:00-8:45 GCH JENNINGS 6:00-8:45

CHE

SMITH

3

JONES

29807

ITE-115-W1 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email fdoyle@me.vccs.edu) 3

DOYLE

29808

ITE-115-W2 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email nmaksoud@me.vccs.edu)

3

MAKSOUD

29809

ITE-115-W3 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email nmaksoud@me.vccs.edu)

3

MAKSOUD

29887

ITE-115-W4 Intro to Computer Applications & Concepts (email nedwards@me.vccs.edu

3

EDWARDS

29497

ITE-130-W1 Introduction to Internet Services (email tlane@me.vccs.edu)

3

LANE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORKING Day Classes 29500 ITN-111-01 Server Administration (Server 2008)

3

TR

29501

4

MW

8:00-9:50

P220 COEBURN

F

8:00-8:50

P220 COEBURN

29503

ITN-154-01 ITN-156-01

Networking Fundamentals - CISCO Basic Switching and Routing - CISCO

4

10:50-12:05 P220 COEBURN

MW 10:00-11:50 P220 COEBURN F

10:00-10:50 P220 COEBURN 9:25-10:40 P220 COEBURN

29504

ITN-171-H1

Unix 1

3

TR

29507

ITN-211-01

Windows 2000 Network Security Design (NSD)

3

MWF

1:00-1:50

P220 COEBURN

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29506 ITN-171-W1 Unix 1 (email fcoeburn@me.vccs.edu)

3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING Day Classes 29508 ITP-132-01 C++ Programming I

3

29509

Java Programming II

3

MW 11:00-12:30 P218 MAKSOUD

Intro to Law & the Legal Assistant

3

MWF

29434 LGL-126-H1 Legal Writing

3

T

9:25-10:40 P122 SNODGRASS

29436 LGL-216-H1 Trial Preparation and Discovery Practice

3

T

10:50-12:05 P122 SNODGRASS

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29432 LGL-110-W1 Intro to Law & the Legal Assistant (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu)

3

SNODGRASS

29433 LGL-120-W1 Legal Terminology (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu)

3

SNODGRASS

29435 LGL-126-W1 Legal Writing (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu)

3

SNODGRASS

29437 LGL-216-W1 Trial Preparation and Discovery Practice (email bsnodgrass@me.vccs.edu)

3

SNODGRASS

29438 LGL-218-W1 Criminal Law (email relkins@me.vccs.edu

3

ELKINS

MEDICAL LABORATORY Day Classes - Must register through Wytheville Community College. 47396 MDL-190-11M Coord Practice in Micro/Parasit/Hemat 47377 MDL-225-11M Clinical Hematology II 47380 MDL-240-11M Clinical Microscopy II 47387 MDL-252-11M Clinical Microbiology II 47391 MDL-262-11M Clinical Chem & Instrumentation II Night Classes 28305 MDL-105-N1 Phlebotomy

2 4 2 3 4

M F T W R

3

MW

ITP-220-01

LEGAL Day Classes 29431 LGL-110-01

COEBURN

T

10:50-1:20 P121

9:00-9:50

8:00-4:00 8:00-4:00 8:00-4:00 8:00-4:00 8:00-4:00

LANE

P122 SNODGRASS

CLIN R119 CLIN CLIN CLIN

PARKS PARKS PARKS PARKS PARKS

6:00-10:00 R119 JACKSON/ SUTHERLAND

28308 MDL-106-N1 Clinical Phlebotomy

4

TR

5:00-9:45

R119 SUTHERLAND /JACKSON

36

Class#

Course

Course Title

Cr.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Day

Time

Room Instructor

Day Classes 29302 MEC-120-01 Principles of Machine Technology

3

MW 10:00-11:50 A009

29303 MEC-155-01 Mechanisms

2

MW

29904 MEC-205-01 Piping and Auxiliary Systems

3

TR

Night Classes 29331 MEC-118-N1 Auto Manufacturing Technology

3

T

1:00-2:15

A009 GILLESPIE

10:50-12:30 A010 5:30-9:40

GREENE JOHNSON

A010

FOWLER STAFF

29335 MEC-120-N1 Principles of Machine Technology

3

R

6:00-9:00

A009

29339 MEC-155-N1 Mechanisms

2

M

6:00-9:00

A009 GILLESPIE

29344 MEC-205-N1 Piping and Auxiliary Systems

3

R

5:30-8:50

A005

3

R

6:00-8:45

P121 EDWARDS

9:00-9:50

G118

WRIGHT

9:25-10:40 G225

JESSEE

JOHNSON

MARKETING Night Classes 29417 MKT-100-HN1 Principles of Marketing MATHEMATICS Day Classes 26247 MTH-2-01

Arithmetic

3

MWF

26248

MTH-2-02

Arithmetic

3

TR

26250

MTH-3-01

Algebra I

5

MWF

G215

ALLGYER

MWF 10:00-10:50 G215

ALLGYER

5

MWF 11:00-11:50 G215

OAKS

5

MWF

1:00-1:50

G215

WRIGHT

MWF

2:00-2:50

G215

WRIGHT BROWN

Class includes web instruction. 26251

MTH-3-02

26253

MTH-3-03

Algebra I Class includes web instruction.

9:00-9:50

MWF 12:00-12:50 G215

Algebra I Class includes web instruction.

26254

MTH-3-04

Algebra I (Class includes web instruction.)

5

TR

9:25-12:05 G215

26255

MTH-3-05

Algebra I (Class includes web instruction.)

5

TR

1:25-4:05

26256

MTH-3-06

Algebra I

5

Class includes web instruction.

OAKS

G215 MATYUSHIN

MWF 10:00-10:50 G101 MATYUSHIN MWF 11:00-11:50 G101 MATYUSHIN

26261

MTH-4-01

Algebra II

5

26262

MTH-4-02

Algebra II

5

TR

1:25-3:40

G225

OAKS

26268 MTH-105-01 Survey of Technical Mathematics I

2

MW

1:00-1:50

G225

OAKS

26273 MTH-105-02 Survey of Technical Mathematics I

2

TR

8:00-8:50

G118

COX

26280 MTH-126-01 Mathematics For Allied Health

2

MW

8:00-8:50

G155

HARRIS

26290 MTH-141-01 Business Mathematics

3

MWF 12:00-12:50 G118

BROWN

26294 MTH-151-01 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts I

3

MWF 11:00-11:50 G225

JESSEE

26297 MTH-163-01 Pre-Calculus I

3

MWF

26298 MTH-163-02 Pre-Calculus I

3

MWF

26300 MTH-163-03 Pre-Calculus I

3

TR

26307 MTH-273-01 Calculus I

4 MTWR 8:00-8:50

G228

Night Classes 26257 MTH-3-N1

5

TR

6:00-8:45

G215 MATYUSHIN

26284 MTH-126-N1 Mathematics For Allied Health

2

M

6:00-7:50

P127

WOLIVER

26292 MTH-141-N1 Business Mathematics

3

R

6:00-8:45

G118

SHULER

26295 MTH-152-N1 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts II

3

T

6:00-8:45

G225

JESSEE

3

M

6:00-9:00

CHE

DEEL

Algebra I (Class includes web instruction.)

MWF

9:00-9:50

G225

JESSEE

MW 10:00-10:50 G225

JESSEE

8:00-8:50

G225

JESSEE

9:00-9:50

G228

OAKS

10:50-12:05 G228

COX ALLGYER

Off Campus Classes 45549 MTH-151-61 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts I 37

Class#

Course

45550

MTH-3-61

Course Title

Cr. 5

Algebra I

Day M

Time Room Instructor 5:00-9:30 CHE MINION

Distance Learning Classes 26249 MTH-2-W1 Arithmetic (Orientation Wed., 8/24, 4:30, G118)

3

BROWN

26259

MTH-3-W1

Algebra I (Online orientation - email wgalliher@me.vccs.edu)

5

GALLIHER

26263

MTH-4-W1

Algebra II (Orientation Tues., 8/23, 5:00, G118)

5

COX

26264

MTH-6-W1

Developmental Geometry (Orientation Tues., 8/23, 5:00, G215)

3

ALLGYER

26276 MTH-105-W1 Survey of Technical Mathematics I (Orientation Tues., 8/23, 3:00, G118)

2

COX

26278 MTH-106-W1 Survey or Technical Mathematics II (Orientation Tues., 8/23, 4:00, G118)

2

COX

26286 MTH-126-W1 Mathematics For Allied Health (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 5:00, G228)

2

WOLIVER

26293 MTH-141-W1 Business Mathematics (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 4:30, G118)

3

BROWN

26303 MTH-163-W1 Pre-Calculus I (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 5:00, G215)

3

ALLGYER

26305 MTH-164-W1 Pre-calculus II (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 5:00, G215)

3

ALLGYER

MUSIC Day Classes 29801 MUS-133-01 Recording Systems Services I

3

TR

1:15-2:25

P218 MAGGARD

29488 MUS-195-01 Beginning Lead Guitar

3

M

2:30-5:15

P117

ROSE

29489 MUS-195-02 Beginning Guitar

3

M

3:00-5:45

P218

SOUTHER

Night Classes 29490 MUS-195-N1 Beginning Fiddle

3

T

6:00-8:45

P218

MEADE

29491 MUS-195-N2 Intermediate Fiddle

3

T

6:00-8:45

P218

MEADE

29492 MUS-195-N3 Beginning Guitar

3

M

6:00-8:45

P218

SOUTHER

29493 MUS-195-N4 Intermediate Lead Guitar

3

M

6:00-8:45

P126

ROSE

29494 MUS-195-N5 Blues Guitar

3

W

6:00-8:45

P118

ROSE

29496 MUS-195-N6 3 Finger Picking Banjo (Skruggs Style)

3

M

6:00-8:45

P118

FREEMAN

29498 MUS-195-N7 Beginning Mandolin

3

T

6:00-8:45

P121

HARRIS

29502 MUS-195-N8 Beginning Keyboarding for Piano

3

R

6:00-8:45

P226

QUALLS

29505 MUS-195-N9 Beginning Dulcimer

3

T

6:00-8:45

P122

WELLS

29544 MUS-195-NA Beginning Claw-Hammer Banjo

3

R

6:00-8:45

P218

SOUTHER

Off Campus Classes 29484 MUS-195-31 Beginning Claw-Hammer Banjo

3

M

6:00-8:45

GCH

MEADE

29485 MUS-195-32 Old Time String Band

3

M

6:00-8:45

GCH

MEADE

29486 MUS-195-33 Beginning Guitar

3

T

6:00-8:45

GCH

BRIGHT

23441 MUS-195-41 Special Topics in March Band (Instructor’s permission required.)

1

TWR

4:00-5:30

WIS

GALYEAN

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 29363 MUS-121-W1 Music Appreciation I (email mus121@comcast.net)

3

SORAH

NATURAL SCIENCE (Students must register for a corresponding lab when taking Meteorology, Astronomy I, or Astronomy II.) Distance Learning Classes 29410 NAS-125-W1 Meteorology (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu) 4 VANGUNDY 29411 NAS-125-W1L Meteorology

4

VANGUNDY

29412 NAS-131-W1 Astronomy I (email rvangundy@me.vccs.edu)

4

VANGUNDY

29413 NAS-131-W1L Astronomy I

4

VANGUNDY

NURSING - LPN Day Classes 29379 PNE-145-01 Trends in Practical Nursing

1

T

Night Classes 29378 PNE-135-N1 Maternal and Child Health Nursing

5

MW

12:00-12:50 G213 WHISENHUNT 4:30-8:30

G213 WHISENHUNT STANLEY

38

Class# Course Course Title Off Campus Classes 29383 PNE-182-51 Clinical Experience I-II (Med. Surg.) Orientation - 8/25, 9:00 am, R118

Cr.

Day

Time

6

RF

6:00-6:00

NCH

STAFF

29389 PNE-182-52 Clinical Experience I-II (Obstetrics) Orientation - 8/25, 9:00 am, R118

6

RF

6:00-6:00

NCH

STAFF

29391 PNE-182-53 Clinical Experience I-II (Pediatrics) Orientation - 8/25, 9:00 am, R118

6

RF

6:00-6:00

NCH

STANLEY

29394 PNE-182-54 Clinical Experience I-II (Med. Surg.) Orientation - 8/25, 9:00 am, R118

6

RF

6:00-6:00

SMH

WILSON

Distance Learning Classes 29380 PNE-158-W1 Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing (email rstanley@me.vccs.edu)

1

Room Instructor

STANLEY

NURSING - RN Day Classes 28602 NUR-105-01 Nursing Skills

2

R

8:30-3:00

R120

WRIGHT

Day students only. Lab times may vary between Tuesdays and Thursdays as scheduled by instructor. 28603 NUR-105-02 Nursing Skills

2

S

Part-time Evening Weekend students only. Class will meet every other Saturday. 28609 NUR-108-01 Nursing Principles & Concepts 1 (Day students only.) 5 M

8:00-8:00

R120 STURGILL

8:30-11:50 R120 CLUESMAN

Clinicals will meet during the last weeks of the semester.

/WRIGHT T

6:00-12:00 CLIN 12:00-6:00 CLIN

28610 NUR-108-C1 Nursing Principles & Concepts 1

5

M

6:00-10:00 P214

1

U M

6:30-5:55 3:00-4:00

CLIN STURGILL P214 CLUESMAN

28612 NUR-199-01 Supervised Study in Nursing (Class times may vary.)

4

R

8:30-3:00

R120 CLUESMAN/WRIGHT

28577 NUR-201-C1 Psychiatric Nursing

3

M

6:30-6:30

CLIN MCCARROLL

T

12:00-2:00 P214 MCCARROLL

T

12:00-2:00 P214 MCCARROLL

Part-time Evening/Weekend students only. Clinicals will meet in October & November. 28571 NUR-136-C1 Principles of Medication Administration (Day students only.)

28579 NUR-201-C2 Psychiatric Nursing

3

28581 NUR-205-C1 Introduction to Second Level Nursing (Day students only.)

5

W

6:30-6:30

CLIN MCCARROLL

M

7:00-4:30

CLIN CLARKSTON

R 28584 NUR-205-C2 Introduction to Second Level Nursing (Day students only.)

5

STURGILL

W

10:00-12:00 P214 CLARKSTON 7:00-4:30

CLIN CLARKSTON

R

10:00-12:00 P214 CLARKSTON

T

6:30-10:30 P214

STURGILL

S

7:00-7:00

CLIN

STURGILL

8

R

6:00-10:00 P214

STURGILL

Course will meet 8/22/11-5/12/12. Class meets every other week. Clinicals one weekend per month. 28707 NUR-226-01 Health Assessment 2

S W

7:00-7:00 CLIN STURGILL 8:30-11:30 R120 CLUESMAN

W

12:00-4:00 R120

28586 NUR-205-C3 Introduction to Second Level Nursing

5

28598 NUR-212-C1 Nursing IV (Part-time Evening/Weekend students only.)

28708 NUR-226-02 Health Assessment (Part-time evening/weekend students only.)

2

S

1:00-8:30

R120 STURGILL

28573 NUR-236-C1 Principles of Pharmacology III (Day students only.)

1

R

1:00-2:00

P214 MCCARROLL

28575 NUR-236-C2 Principles of Pharmacology III (Part-time evening/weekend students only.) 1

T

5:30-6:30

P214

STURGILL

28590 NUR-254-C1 Dimensions of Professional Nursing (Class meets every other week.)

R

6:00-8:00

P214

STURGILL

S

7:00-7:00

CLIN

STURGILL

F

9:00-1:20

CLIN

HARTLEN

T

9:30-3:30 VHCC JAMES/LOONEY

R R

9:00-12:15 G130 LOONEY 1:00-3:30 VHCC HARTLEN

2

Course will meet 8/22/11-5/10/12. (Part-time Evening/Weekend students only.)

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (Students must register through Southwest Virginia Community College) 20979 OCT-190-BC Coordinated Practice

1

20982 OCT-203-BC Principles & Practices of Occupational Therapy III Distance Learning Classes 20980 OCT-100-C1 Intro to Occupational Therapy 20981 OCT-202-BC Principles & Practices of Occupational Therapy II (Lecture will be online.) 39

3 4

Class# Course Course Title Distance Learning Classes 20983 OCT-208-C1 Occupational Therapy Management 21981 OCT-210-C1 Assistive Tech in Occupational Therapy

Cr.

Day

Time

Room Instructor

3 2

PHOTOGRAPHY Night Classes 28409 PHT-101-N1 Photography I

3

LOONEY LOONEY

R

6:00-8:45

P122 VEENSTRA

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Day Classes 26222 PED-103-01 Aerobic Fitness I (Class also has off-campus location.)

2

MW

2:00-3:15

G118 SUMPTER

26223 PED-104-01 Aerobic Fitness II (Class also has off-campus location.)

2

MW

2:00-3:15

G118 SUMPTER

26226 PED-109-01 Yoga (Class also has off-campus location.)

2

TR

1:30-2:45

G118 SUMPTER

26227

PED-111-01 Weight Training I

2

TR

9:25-10:40 G124 SUMPTER

26228

PED-111-02 Weight Training I

2

26229

PED-112-01 Weight Training II

2

26230

PED-112-02 Weight Training II

2

MWF 12:00-12:50 G124 SUMPTER

26233 PED-126-01 Archery (8/22 - 11/4)

1

MWF 11:00-11:50 G118 SUMPTER

26231 PED-195-01 Topics: Cardio Sculpt

2

TR

Night Classes 26232 PED-123-N1 Tennis I (8/22 - 10/21)

1

M

5:30-8:15

G155 SUMPTER

26234 PED-124-N1 Tennis II (8/22 - 10/21)

1

M

5:30-8:15

G155 SUMPTER

Off Campus Classes 29475 PED-137-41 Martial Arts I

2

T

7:30-9:00

KRT

BEGLEY

29476 PED-138-41 Martial Art II

2

T

7:30-9:00

KRT

BEGLEY

PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (Students must register through Wytheville Community College) Day Classes 31941 PTH-105-1V Intro to Physical Therapy 3 T 31942 PTH-105-10L Intro to Physical Therapy Lab R 31944 PTH-122-1V Therapeutic Procedures II 5 T 31948 PTH-122-12LV Therapeutic Procedures II Lab F 31958 PTH-225-1V Rehab Procedures 5 W 31961 PTH-225-12LV Rehab Procedures Lab W 31966 PTH-226-1V Therapeutic Exercise 4 M 31976 PTH-226-12LV Therapeutic Exercise Lab M Distance Learning Classes 31943 PTH-110-95 Medical Reporting 2

3:00-4:00 1:00-5:00 9:00-12:00 9:00-1:00 9:00-12:00 1:00-5:00 9:00-12:00 1:00-3:00

P219 JACKSON/KING WCC JACKSON/KING P214 SLEMP VHC SLEMP P214 JACKSON/KING VHC JONES P214 SLEMP VHC SLEMP

PHYSICS (Students must register for corresponding lab.) Day Classes 26195 PHY-201-01 General College Physics I 26196

4

PHY-201-1L General College Physics I

MWF 12:00-12:50 G124 SUMPTER TR

10:55-12:10 G124 SUMPTER

SLEMP

MWF 10:00-10:50 G228 TR

Distance Learning Classes 26193 PHY-201-W1 General College Physics I (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 5:00, G220)

9:25-10:40 G124 SUMPTER

9:25-10:40 G234

4

WRIGHT

POLITICAL SCIENCE Day Classes 23460 PLS-211-01 U.S. Government I

3

MWF

23463

3

TR

U.S. Government I

40

WRIGHT WRIGHT

26194 PHY-201-W1L General College Physics I (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 5:00, G220)

PLS-211-02

WRIGHT

P127

SCANLAN

10:50-12:05 P127

9:00-9:50

SCANLAN

Class#

Course

Course Title

PSYCHOLOGY Day Classes 26432 PSY-120-01 Human Relations

Cr.

Day

Time

3

MWF

8:00-8:50

P126

STAFF

MWF 10:00-10:50 G149

STAFF

26437

PSY-200-01 Prin of Psychology

3

26438

PSY-200-02 Prin of Psychology

3

TR

8:00-9:15

Room Instructor

G149

26439

PSY-200-03 Prin of Psychology

3

26441

PSY-231-01 Life Span Human Development

3

26442

PSY-231-02 Life Span Human Development

3

Night Classes 26446 PSY-231-N1 Life Span Human Development

3

W

6:00-8:45

G211

LESTER

26448 PSY-232-N1 Life Span D II

3

R

6:00-8:45

G149

BAKER

Off Campus Classes 26444 PSY-231-21 Life Span Human Development

3

R

6:00-8:45

CEC

CAVIN

26445

3

T

6:00-8:45

GCH

CARRICO

PSY-231-31 Life Span Human Development

MWF 12:00-12:50 G149

STAFF

TR

STAFF

9:25-10:40 G149

BAKER

MWF 12:00-12:50 G214

BAKER

Distance Learning Classes 26433 PSY-120-W1 Human Relations (Orientation - contact Division of Arts and Sciences.)

3

STAFF

26436 PSY-126-W1 Psychology for Business & Industry (Orientation - contact Division of Arts & Sciences.)

3

STAFF

26440 PSY-200-W1 Prin of Psychology (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 4:30, G214) Course has video content.

3

BAKER

26447 PSY-231-W1 Life Span Human Development (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu)

3

PHILLIPS

26434 PSY-235-V1 Child Psychology (Orientation Wed., 8/24, 5:00, G149)

3

OTT

RADIOGRAPHY Day Classes 21195 RAD-110-C1 Imaging Equipment & Protection 21362 RAD-110-C2 Imaging Equipment & Protection 21194 RAD-121-C1 Radiographic Procedures I Radiography Procedures I Lab 21234 RAD-255-C1 Radiographic Equipment 21233 RAD-256-C1 Radiographic Film Evaluation 20992 RAD-290-01 Coordinated Practice in Radiology 21090 RAD-290-02 Coordinated Practice in Radiology

3 3 4 3 3 3 3

TR M TR T M M WF TR

9:25-10:40 2:40-5:30 8:00-9:15 1:00-3:40 9:00-11:50 12:00-2:30 8:00-2:50 8:00-2:05

P219 LOWE P219 LEE P219 LEE R213 LEE P219 LOWE P219 GOODMAN CLIN GOODMAN CLIN GOODMAN

REAL ESTATE Off-Campus Classes 29478 REA-100-61 Principles of Real Estate

4

T

6:00-9:15

CHE

STALLARD

29480 REA-216-61 Real Estate Appraisal

3

R

6:00-8:45

CHE

STALLARD

RELIGION Day Classes 31236 REL-200-01 Survey of the Old Testament

3

MW

1:00-2:15

G149

RICHARD

Night Classes 29365 REL-231-H1 Religions of the World I

3

M

6:00-8:45

P123

MURPHY

Distance Learning Classes 29364 REL-231-W1 Religions of the World I (Orientation, Mon., 8/22, 5:00 pm, P126)

3

MURPHY

29366 REL-232-W1 Religions of the World II (Orientation, Mon., 8/22, 5:00 pm, P126)

3

MURPHY

RESPIRATORY THERAPY Day Classes 28181 RTH-111-01 Anatomy/Physiology of Cardio Sys

3

MW

8:30-9:45

28185 RTH-131-01 Respiratory Care Theory & Procedures I

4

MW

9:55-11:10 R121 THOMPSON

T

9:00-11:50 R121 THOMPSON

41

R119

MULLINS

Class# Course Course Title 28186 RTH-145-01 Pharmacology for Respiratory Care I

Cr. 2

Day Time Room Instructor MW 11:20-12:10 R119 MULLINS

28187 RTH-151-01 Fundamental Clinical Procedures I

4

TR

28188 RTH-226-01 Pediatric/Theo

2

T

9:00-10:50 R119

3:00-7:00

CLIN THOMPSON

28192 RTH-227-01 Integrated Respiratory Therapy Skills II

2

R

9:00-10:50 R121 THOMPSON

28190 RTH-254-01 Adv Clinpro IV

4

R

11:00-1:50 R121 THOMPSON

F

7:00-7:00

CLIN THOMPSON

T

11:00-1:50

R119

MULLINS

28191 RTH-267-01 Lead Electrocardiographic Diagnostics

3

MULLINS

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Distance Learning Classes 29015 SCT-111-W1 Intro to Environmental & Science Tech I

4

SOCIOLOGY Day Classes 23453 SOC-200-01 Prin Sociology

3

MWF

23454 SOC-200-02 Prin Sociology

3

TR

23455 SOC-200-03 Prin Sociology

3

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 23458 SOC-200-W1 Prin Sociology (email ascanlan@me.vccs.edu)

3

SPANISH Day Classes 26203 SPA-101-01 Beginning Spanish I

4

TR

Night Classes 26204 SPA-101-HN1 Beginning Spanish I (Course delivered via web on Wednesday.)

4

M

Distance Learning Classes 26205 SPA-101-V1 Beginning Spanish I (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 4:00, G149)

4

ZYLAWY

34267 SPA-102-V1 Beginning Spanish II (Orientation Mon., 8/22, 4:00, G149)

4

ZYLAWY

OGBONNAYA

9:00-9:50

G149

TUCKER

10:50-12:05 G149

TUCKER

MWF 11:00-11:50 G149

TUCKER OSBORNE/SCANLAN

10:50-12:30 G118 5:30-8:15

ZYLAWY

G118 PEACOCK

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Day Classes 28410 SDV-100-01 College Success Skills

1

W

9:00-9:50

P218

28411

SDV-100-02 College Success Skills

1

F

9:00-9:50

P218 NECESSARY

28412 SDV-100-03 College Success Skills

1

M

10:00-10:50 P218

LEE

28413 SDV-100-04 College Success Skills

1

W

10:00-10:50 P218

LEE

28414 SDV-100-05 College Success Skills

1

F

10:00-10:50 P218

STAFF

28415 SDV-100-06 College Success Skills

1

M

12:00-12:50 P121 NECESSARY

28416 SDV-100-07 College Success Skills

1

W

12:00-12:50 P121

28417 SDV-100-08 College Success Skills

1

M

2:00-2:50

P115

PHILLIPS

28418

SDV-100-09 College Success Skills

1

W

2:00-2:50

G101

STAFF

28426

SDV-100-10 College Success Skills

1

T

9:25-10:40 P218 CHILDRESS

GRACE

GRACE

28427

SDV-100-11 College Success Skills

1

R

9:25-10:40 P218 CHILDRESS

28428

SDV-100-12 College Success Skills

1

T

10:50-12:05 P218 CHILDRESS

28429 SDV-100-13 College Success Skills

1

R

10:50-12:05 P218 CHILDRESS

28430

SDV-100-14 College Success Skills

1

R

1:25-2:40

G101 CHILDRESS

28436 SDV-100-15 College Success Skills

1

W

1:00-1:50

G101

28437

SDV-100-16 College Success Skills

1

M

1:00-1:50

G101

GILLY

28438

SDV-100-17 College Success Skills

1

M

9:00-9:50

P123

STAFF

29510 SDV-101-01 Orientation to Business Related Programs

1

M

1:00-1:50

P125

STAFF

29511

SDV-101-02 Orientation to Business Related Programs

1

W

2:00-2:50

P122

STAFF

29512 SDV-101-03 Orientation to Business Related Programs

1

M

2:00-2:50

P122

STAFF

42

GRACE

Class# Course Course Title 29513 SDV-101-04 Orientation to Business Related Programs

Cr. 1

Day T

Time Room Instructor 8:25-9:15 P122 STAFF

29424

SDV-106-01 Preparation For Employment

1

M

2:00-2:50

P123

DOYLE

29425

SDV-106-02 Preparation For Employment

1

W

2:00-2:50

P123

DOYLE

37147

SDV-109-01 Student Leadership Development

1

W

2:00-2:50

TBA CHILDRESS

Distance Learning Classes (Email instructor for orientation.) 28440 SDV-100-W1 College Success Skills (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu) Instructor’s permission required.

1

PHILLIPS

28441 SDV-100-W2 College Success Skills (email mphillips@me.vccs.edu)

1

PHILLIPS

Course is for Nursing & Pre-Nursing (RN or LPN), Respiratory Therapy, EMT and Pre-EMT students only. 28451 SDV-100-W3 College Success Skills (email lchildress@me.vccs.edu)

1

CHILDRESS

29782 SDV-101-W1 Orientation to Business Related Programs

1

STAFF

Instructor permission to enroll. (email tyoung@me.vccs.edu) TRAVEL Day Classes 29799 TRV-240-03 Principles of Event Planning & Management (Additional hours TBA.)

3

TR

10:50-12:05 P126

DAVIS

TRUCKING - COMMERCIAL (Students may choose to begin classes on July 11, Aug. 1, Aug. 22, Sep. 12, Oct. 3, Oct. 24, Nov. 14 or Dec. 5.) Off Campus Classes 28827 TRK-101-91 D.O.T. Safety Rules and Regulations 2 M-F OFF MCGLOTHLIN 28830 TRK-102-91 Preventive Maintenance for Truck Drivers

1

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

28831 TRK-103-91 Tractor Trailer Driving

9

M-F

OFF MCGLOTHLIN

WELDING Day Classes 29844 WEL-100-01 Fundamentals of Welding

3

M

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29848 WEL-110-01 Welding Processes

3

T

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29850 WEL-115-01 Arc and Gas Welding

3

W

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29852 WEL-123-01 Arc Welding I

3

R

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29856 WEL-195-01 Topics in Gas Metal Arc Welding

3

M

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29858 WEL-195-02 Topics in Flux Core Arc Welding

3

T

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29860 WEL-295-01 Topics in Arc & Gas Welding

3

W

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

29862 WEL-295-02 Topics in Arc Welding I

3

R

8:00-12:10 A001

GILLEY

Night Classes 29846 WEL-100-N1 Fundamentals of Welding

3

M

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29849 WEL-110-N1 Welding Processes

3

T

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29851 WEL-115-N1 Arc and Gas Welding

3

W

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29853 WEL-123-N1 Arc Welding I

3

R

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29857 WEL-195-N1 Topics in Gas Metal Arc Welding

3

M

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29859 WEL-195-N2 Topics in Flux Core Arc Welding

3

T

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29861 WEL-295-N1 Topics in Arc & Gas Welding

3

W

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

29864 WEL-295-N2 Topics in Arc Welding I

3

R

5:00-9:10

A001

HUBBARD

FALL 2011 ED TO GO CLASSES

Students may count a maximum of 9 credits in one semester or 12 credits overall toward financial aid eligibility. Credits above 12 will not be calculated toward financial aid enrollment level. Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It’s no wonder that many long-lasting friendships have formed in our lively and intelligent discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night. How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center at www.ed2go.com/mecc 43

FALL 2011 ED TO GO CLASSES 2. Click the Orientation link and follow the instructions to enroll. During orientation, you will learn important information about your course. You will also be provided an opportunity to choose the name and password you will use to access your course. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the name and password you selected during orientation. Start Dates: A new section of every course in this catalog will begin on the third Wednesday of every month. Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Firefox. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information or for more information on how to register with Mountain Empire Community College contact Susan Kennedy (276) 523-7488 or skennedy@me.vccs.edu 29067 CSC-195-AA 29069 CSC-195-AB 29070 CSC-195-AC 29071 CSC-195-AD 29073 CSC-195-AE 29075 CSC-195-AF 29076 CSC-195-AG 29077 CSC-195-AH 29078 CSC-195-AI 29079 CSC-195-AJ 29080 CSC-195-AK 29148 CSC-195-AL 29149 CSC-195-AM 29151 CSC-195-AN 29153 CSC-195-AO 29154 CSC-195-AP 29158 CSC-195-AR 29160 CSC-195-AS 29161 CSC-195-AT 29162 CSC-195-AU 29163 CSC-195-AV 29164 CSC-195-AW 29165 CSC-195-AX 29166 CSC-195-AY 29167 CSC-195-AZ 29169 CSC-195-BA 29171 CSC-195-BB 29172 CSC-195-BC 29174 CSC-195-BD 29176 CSC-195-BE 29179 CSC-195-BF 29182 CSC-195-BG 29184 CSC-195-BH 29185 CSC-195-BI 29188 CSC-195-BJ 29191 CSC-195-BL 29192 CSC-195-BM 29195 CSC-195-BN 29196 CSC-195-BO 29200 CSC-195-BP 29202 CSC-195-BQ 29207 CSC-195-BR 29212 CSC-195-BV 29214 CSC-195-BW 29215 CSC-195-BX 29222 CSC-195-CA 29223 CSC-195-CB 29224 CSC-195-CC 29230 CSC-195-CE 29232 CSC-195-CF 29233 CSC-195-CG

Advanced Comp TIA A+ Certification Prep Basic Comp TIA + A Certification Preparation Intermediate Comp TIA A+ Certification Prep Intermediate C# Programming Introduction to C# Programming C++ for the Absolute Beginner Creating a Classroom Web Site Computer Skills for the Workplace Introducation to CorelDRAW X3 Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 Introduction to Database Development Designing Effective Web Sites Discover Digital Photography Introduction to Dreamweaver CS3 Intermediate Dreamweaver CS3 Introduction to Adobe Acrobat 9 The Classroom Computer Intermediate CSS and XHTML Introduction to CSS and XHTML Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 Introduction to Flash CS4 Introduction to Illustrator CS3 Introduction to InDesign CS3 Intermediate Java Programming Using the Internet in the Classroom Navigating the Internet Introduction to Java Programming Keyboarding Introduction to Linux Making Movies with Windows Vista Making Movies with Windows XP Intermediate MicroSoft Access 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2007 Advanced MicroSoft Excel 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003 Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom Advanced Microsoft Excel 2007 Intermediate MicroSoft Excel 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 Introduction to MicroSoft PowerPoint 2003 MicroSoft Powerpoint 2007 in the Classroom Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Visio 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Visio 2007 Advanced Microsoft Word 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003

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CSC-195-CH CSC-195-CI CSC-195-CJ CSC-195-CK CSC-195-CL CSC-195-CM CSC-195-CN CSC-195-CO CSC-195-CP CSC-195-CQ CSC-195-CR CSC-195-CS CSC-195-CT CSC-195-CW CSC-195-CX CSC-195-CY CSC-195-CZ CSC-195-DC CSC-195-DD CSC-195-DE CSC-195-DF CSC-195-DG CSC-195-DH CSC-195-DI CSC-195-DJ CSC-195-DL CSC-195-DM CSC-195-DN CSC-195-DO CSC-195-DP CSC-195-DQ CSC-195-DR CSC-195-DS CSC-195-DV CSC-195-DW CSC-195-DX CSC-195-DY CSC-195-DZ CSC-195-EA CSC-195-EB CSC-195-EC CSC-195-ED CSC-195-EE CSC-195-EF CSC-195-EG CSC-195-EH CSC-195-EI CSC-195-EJ CSC-195-EK CSC-195-EL

Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom Intermediate Microsoft Word 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2007 Comp TIA Network + Certification Preparation Introduction to Networking Intermediate Oracle Introduction to Oracle Introduction to PC Security Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Introduction to Peachtree Accounting 2009 Introduction to Perl Program Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera Photographing People with Your Digital Camera Intermediate Photoshop CS3 Introduction to Photoshop CS3 Photoshoping CS4 for the Digital Photographer Intermediate Photoshop CS4 Photoshop Elements 7 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 7 for the Digital Photographer II Photoshop Elements 8 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 8 for the Digital Photographer II Intermediate PHP and MySQL Introduction to PHP and MySQL PMP Certification Prep 2 PMP Certification Prep 1 Introduction to Python 2.5 Programming Quickbooks 2009 for Contractors Introduction to Quickbooks 2009 Performing Payroll in Quickbooks Introduction to Ruby Programming Advanced PC Security Introduction to SQL Travel Photography for the Digital Photographer Intermediate Visual Basic 2008 Introduction to Visual Basic 2008 Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts Creating Web Pages Introduction to Windows Vista Introduction to Windows XP Comp TIA Security+ Certification Prep What’s New in Microsoft Office 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 Introduction to Photoshop CS4 Introduction to Ajax Programming Introduction to ASP.NET Introduction to InDesign CS4 Introduction to Microsoft Expression Web Introduction to QuickBooks 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010

Environmental Science Club The MECC Environmental Science Club spent the day at the Powell River Project pruning trees and cutting down brush.

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Let’s talk chemistry The water comes downstream from the Big Cherry Lake to the water plant.  Its chemical treatment begins with the addition of potassium permanganate, an oxidizer, to oxidize organic contents to avoid the formation of trihalomethanes at the final chlorination step.  Then the water is treated with aluminum sulfate and sodium hydroxide as well as a polymer carrier, which three result in a precipitate (aluminum hydroxide) that adsorbs other impurities and settles down in two huge outdoor settlers.  The process is followed by the gravity filtration.  Those filters are backwashed and cleaned from time to time.  The final step in the process is the chlorination. 

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at Mountain Empire Community College

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BBA MBA bachelor of business administration

master of business administration for professionals

• On-site instruction • Program completion in 16 months (four semesters) • One night a week • Enroll in January, May, or August

• Financial Aid available BBA-Online, MBA-Online* & BTECH-Online* offered beginning in Summer ‘11. *Pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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800.362.0014

King College is certified by SCHEV to operate locations in Virginia. For more information, contact the King College office at Southwest Virginia Community College, 309 College Road, Richlands, VA 24641.

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Old Dominion University Mountain Empire Community College 150 Godwin Hall 3441 Mountain Empire Road Big Stone Gap, VA 24219 276-523-8294 or 276-523-2400 Ext. 386 or 336 ODU DEGREE OFFERINGS AT MECC B.S. in Business Administration

M.S. in Community Health

Finance

M.S. in Education - Recreation and Tourism Studies

Management

M.S. in Elementary Education (PreK-6)

Accounting

M.S. in Nursing

Information Systems Marketing

Nursing Leadership (Online Program)

Family Nurse Practitioner (Online Program)

B.S. in Communications

B.S. in Computer Science

B.S. in Criminal Justice (Online Program)

Nurse Educator (Online Program)

Nurse Practitioner—Women’s Health (Online Program)

M.S. in Occupational & Technical Studies

B.S. in Dental Hygiene

M.S. in Special Education (K-12)

B.S. in Engineering Technology

Civil Engineering Technology

Ph.D. in Education—Community College Leadership

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Ph.D. in English

Ph.D. in Education—Occupational and Technical Studies

Electrical Engineering Technology

B.S. in Health Sciences

DNP - Doctor of Nursing Practice

B.S. in Human Services

Autism Certificate Program-Tuition may be reimbursed

B.S./M.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies - Teacher Preparation PreK-6

by the Virginia Department of Education

Elementary Education are also available

Teaching Licensure programs in Special Education and

B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies - Professional Writing B.S. in Nursing

B.S. in Occupational & Technical Studies

Application deadline for undergraduate admission:

B.S. in Psychology (Online Program)

Fall - August 1

B.S. in Special Education K-12

ODU

Spring - November 1 Summer - April 15

Financial Aid available for qualifying students. 48

Find Your Future!!! Lindsey Wilson College School of Professional Counseling Earn A Bachelor Degree in Human Services and Counseling 18 Months/4 Semesters (Fall, Spring, Summer, Fall) Financial Aid Available Cohort Design Weekend Format (Friday 4-9 and Saturday 9-4) All classes held on the Mountain Empire Campus Classes begin in August 2010 Time to apply is NOW! You must have 60 credit hours from the community college or accredited institution for acceptance.

For more information, contact: Beth Boggs, Enrollment Coordinator 276.523.2400, ext. 301; 276.708.1975; beth.boggs@lindsey.edu Discover Yourself - Train your Talents - Sharpen your Skills - Dive into your Dreams Optimize your Opportunity! CTO by SCHEV 49

Begin with a class - end with a career Face-to-face or online

Accounting • Administration of Justice • Administrative Support Technology • Medical Office Specialist • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration • Administrative Correspondence Specialist • Building Construction • Call Center/Teleservices • Child Development • Clinical Research Coordinator • Commercial Truck Driver • Computer Software Specialist • Corrections Management and Supervision • Electricity • Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate • Fiber Optics Technician • Forestry • Geographical Information Systems • Graphic Design • Health Sciences • Heavy Equipment Operator • Industrial Supervision • Information Systems Technology • Landscape Gardening • Law Enforcement Management and Supervision • Legal Office Assisting • Machinery Maintenance • Medical Records Clerk • Medical Transcriptionist • Mining Certification • Nursing Assistant • Office Automation Specialist • Pharmacy Aide • Phlebotomy • Pre-Funeral Services • Real Estate • Retail Sales and Customer Service • Small Business Management • Software Development I • Software Development II • Wastewater Plant Operator • Water Plant Operator Welding Operator • Wildlife Enforcement • Word Processing • Clerical Assistant • College/University Transfer • Business Administration • General Studies • Software Engineering • Pre-Teacher Education • Science • Engineering Science • Computer Networking Technology • Computer Software Specialist • Computer-Aided Drafting and Technology • Computerized Manufacturing Technology • Electromechanical Technology • Industrial Electronics • Correctional Services • Emergency Medical Services Technology • Environmental Science • Forest Science • Funeral Services • General Education • Industrial Maintenance • Legal Office Assisting • Management • .Medical Laboratory Technology • Medical Office Coding & Procedures • Mining • Nursing • Occupational Therapy Assistant • Paralegal Studies • Physical Therapy Assistant • Police Science • Radiography Technology • Respiratory Therapy • Water/Wastewater Specialization • Welding 50

MECC Thanks and Recognizes MECC Foundation Board of Directors Mountain Empire Community College expresses appreciation to the Board of Directors of the Mountain Empire Community College Foundation for its outstanding volunteer service. Each year, the board raises funds to address college needs that cannot be met with state funds. Through the work of the board, and as a result of generous donor support, the MECC Foundation provided $354,252 to support the mission of Mountain Empire Community College in the 2009-2010 fiscal year, including over $107,000 in scholarships and other financial assistance for students. The college recognizes and thanks the following individuals for serving on the Board of Directors in 2010: Officers Gary McCann, Chair Robert Isaac, Vice-Chair Tina Willis, Secretary Diana D. Pope, Treasurer Ben E. Allen, Past-Chair Dr. Scott Hamilton, President of MECC Patti Wolfe Cantrell, Vice-Treasurer Donna Stanley, Executive Director Mike Butcher Roger Daugherty Kathleen A. DePonte Bonnie Elosser Ruth Gilliam Karen Y. Hall George E. Hunnicutt, Jr. Teddy Kilbourne-Blann Virginia Meador Mark D. Mitchell Ronnie Montgomery Don Raber Donnie Ratliff

Board Members

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Nell B. Rhoton Angelia Reynolds Doris Rife Sue Rosenbalm James N. Shelton R. C. ‘Snook’ Shelton Sandy Slaughter John Stafford, Jr. Paul Varson Melissa P. Wharton W. C. ‘Buzz’ Witt, Jr. Deborah Wright

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

The focus of Great Expectations is to ease the transition of foster youth from high school into MECC, as well as to provide support to help foster youth stay in an educational program through graduation. The program serves foster youth, ages 18-24, and is located in the MECC Student Services office. Its location as part of student services will greatly ease the access of a number of support services and reduce the anxiety of foster youth as they begin the task of applying to and managing their way through a higher education program. Great Expectations is greatly assited through partnerships forged with area social services agencies, school systems, and other organizations. The program, which began this past fall, has garnered a great deal of interest around the area, according to John Bledsoe, Great Expectations Coordinator. “We have established partnerships with local DSS Agencies, School Systems, WIA “One Stop”/ WIA Youth Council/WIB, the Western Region Youth Council, Independent Living Committee, other MECC offices and/or programs, such as GAIN, FA, and of course Student Services as a whole. We also have partnerships started with the Lonesome Pine Office on Youth, the Regional Adult Education Program, Flatwoods Job Corps, MEOC Transit, Frontier Health, Commonwealth Catholic Charities, and other Great Expectations Programs across our area, in particular SWCC and VHCC. The details about the program have been presented to many organizations by request, and that of course gives me a sense of excitement. The program is growing, and there has already been real success shown in working with participants.” For more information, contact John Bledsoe at 523-2400, ext. 422, or jobledsoe@me.vccs.edu.

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John Bledsoe, Coordinator

WANTED:

Students who have:

• Strong desire to help children grades Pre-K to 6th become stronger readers OR to help adult learners earn GED & pass college courses • Grade point average of 2.0 or better • Ability to serve 20 hours per week in one of our public school placements or with the Adult Learner program. (900 hours total for year.) • Ability to attend Thursday evening training sessions and an occasional Saturday service project. • Excellent ethics and dependability

Rewards Offered:* • • • • • • • • •

Gratification of helping either children or adults learn. Making a very positive difference in our communities. Training usable for the rest of your life. Service schedule to fits around your classes. Membership in a national program. GREAT EXPERIENCE / GREAT ON RESUME Living Allowance of $5,859 over year’s time equals $225.34 every 2 weeks minus taxes. $500 Scholarship ($250 for Fall & $250 for Spring) $2,675 Segal Education Award after successful completion of service.

2011-2012 grant year begins Sept. 1st and runs till Aug. 31st, 2012.* APPLY NOW! For more information, contact: Sue Graham, MECC AmeriCorps Program Director.. Ph. 276-523-2400 ext. 365. E-mail: sgraham@me.vccs.edu. Godwin Hall 248 Applications on campus or for download at http://www.me.vccs.edu/clubs/americorps/index.html MECC & UVa-Wise students from ALL fields of study are encouraged to apply. This program does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, national origin, gender, age, sex, sexual orientation, political affiliation, disability or religion. Individuals with disabilities can make requests for reasonable accommodation prior to start date of service by calling Dale Lee at 276-523-2400 ext. 343. Virginia Relay users call 711

*pending funding of the grant.

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Announcing a new option in scheduling…

8-week sessions

Programs within the Business & Information Technology Division now have a variety of classes available in 8-week sessions. Instead of taking two classes at the same time, students will take one class for eight weeks, followed by a subsequent class the following 8 weeks. Students are encouraged to talk with their advisor to determine the best combination of classes for their program.

August 22 – October 18, 2011

October 19 - December 15, 2011

ACC 111-H1

Accounting I

AST 107-H1

Editing/Proofreading Skills

AST 108-H1

Telephone Techniques

AST 107-W1

Editing/Proofreading Skills

AST 108-W1

Telephone Techniques

AST 243-H1

Office Administration I

AST 141-H1

Word Processing I

AST 141-W1

Word Processing I

AST 205-H1

Business Communications

Talk with an advisor about your schedule options!

What are the advantages of 8-week classes? • • • •

Students can complete a full-time course load (12 credits) while taking less than four classes at a time, in two 8-week sessions over a 16-week period. More time to focus on individual classes. Reduced stress – assignments are more concentrated and easier to manage. Empowers you to go from part-time to full-time status Contact the Business & Information Technology Division at (276) 523-7462 for more information.

Trying to balance 4 or more classes at a time (12+ credits) with work, family and other responsibilities often requires students to go from full-time to part-time status – now there’s another option…. 8-week session classes! 54

Electronic Medical Records Technician Through the Health Information Technology Education initiative, MECC is offering a variety of classes to students who would like to expand their knowledge in the use and support of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems. Individuals who are currently working in the health care industry are also eligible to participate in the program. Funding for tuition, books and certification fees associated with the program are available.

Take advantage of an opportunity to receive training in a field that will continue to grow over the next decade! In addition to EMR application training, the program includes classes for those with an interest in Information Technology, including Help Desk Support and Security Awareness. Students who are accepted into this program will be eligible to take 27 credits and earn a career studies certificate. Tuition, books and certification fees are available for approved applicants!

For  more  information,  contact  MECC’s    Business  &  Information  Technology  Division     at  276-­‐523-­‐7462  or  email   vratliff@me.vccs.edu  

Electronic Medical Records will be a part of your future if you are planning a career in any healthcare field, including both administrative and clinical capacities. If you are interested in one of these careers, this program is a great opportunity for you! • Nursing • Medical Office Specialist • Medical Billing & Coding • Medical Transcriptionist • Pharmacy Technician • Radiography • Dentistry • Respiratory Therapy

Enrollment is limited – call today to begin the application process!

 

This  project  was  funded  in  part  by  a  grant  awarded  under  the  President’s  Community-­‐Based  Job  Training  Grants,     as  implemented  by  the  US  Department  of  Labor’s  Employment  &  Training  Administration.       Equal  Opportunity/Affirmative  Action  Institution   The  “Jobs  for  Veterans  Act”  provides  priority  of  service  to  veterans  and  spouses  of  certain  veterans  for  the  receipt  of  employment,    training,  and  placement  services.    Please  note  that  to  obtain  priority  service;  a  veteran  must  meet  the  program’s  eligibility  requirements.  

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Relocation -

temporarily

Due to the renovation of Dalton-Cantrell Hall, MECC has moved a number of its classes and faculty offices to the Big Stone Gap Armory, located next to Lonesome Pine Hospital. Classes associated with the this change include Air Conditioning and Refrigeration/Electricity, Criminal Justice, Energy Technology, Manufacturing/ElectroMechanical, and Welding.

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Students participate in legislative process

MECC student Diplomats visited their four state legislative representatives in Richmond to advocate for Virginia’s community colleges. Pictured here (l to r) are MECC President Scott Hamilton, Crystal Barnette, Cassie Sampson, Senator William Wampler, Joshua Delp and Jacob Ingle. The MECC delegation was also accompanied by Local Board member Becky Coleman and MECC Vice President of Institutional Advancement Donna Stanley.

A second trip to the General Assembly was taken by Mountain Empire Community College students to advocate for Virginia’s community colleges. Pictured (l to r) are Hillary Yates, Miranda Jessee, Daniel Jordan, Delegate Terry Kilgore, Ashleigh Sanders, and Glenn Cooke. 57

Student Activities There is more to MECC than classes. Lots of activities are held year-around on campus. The year starts with the Back-to-School BBQ filled with lots of good food, great music, and fun. The remainder of the year is filled with the Halloween Costume Contest, Transfer Day, Spring Fling, Job Expo, and many, many more opportunities to have fun, meet new people, eat good food, learn new things, and dance a little (or a lot).

Dancing

Transfer Day

BarBQ

Student Concert

Breakfast with the President

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Spring Fling

Dickenson Center for Education and Research Monday CPR and First Aid (HLT 100-61) EMT-First Responder (EMS 01-61)

Fall Semester Classes 6:00-8:45 6:00-8:45

Tuesday Ethics for Healthcare Professionals (HLT 145-61) Biology (BIO 101-61) Must take corresponding lab, BIO 101-61L Practical Electricity (ELE 133-61) Class meets Tuesday and Thursday. Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts (ITE 15-61) Principles of Real Estate (REA 100-61)

6:00-8:00 6:00-8:45 6:00-8:45 6:00-8:45 6:00-9:15

Wednesday College Composition I (ENG 111-61) Medical Terminology I (HIM 111-61)

6:00-8:45 6:00-8:45

Thursday General Biology I (BIO 101-61L) Real Estate Appraisal (REA 216-61)

6:00-8:45 6:00-8:45

PluggedInVA Six months can change your life. Six months of classes with college credit – Tuition Free - Electronic Medical Records, Help Desk Principles, Microsoft Office 2010, Career Readiness Certificate, 21st Century Skills, Business Etiquette, Business Mathematics, Keyboarding, GED Preparation (if needed). Classes meet 3 days per week, September 2011 – March 2012. Limited seating available, so sign up today. Sponsored by Mountain Empire Community College, Southwest Regional Adult Education Program, and Workforce Investment Area 1. Contact Lee Davis at 866-581-9935. 59

Mountain Empire Community College 3441 Mountain Empire Road Big Stone Gap, VA 24219 www.mecc.edu

NON-PROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #12 INDIANA, PA

How to beat the rising cost of college Although tuition at Mountain Empire Community College is less than half the cost of a four-year college or university, college costs across the nation continue to increase in response to state budget cuts. But, MECC students have options and opportunities to reduce the cost.* Begin in high school. Students qualifying for Dual Enrollment classes can begin acquiring college credits with an 80 percent reduction in the cost of tuition. Graduating from high school with an AIMS Higher Scholarship provides up to two years of college– tuition free. For MECC’s AIMS Scholars transferring to UVA-Wise, the free tuition continues. Students completing an AAS degree and transferring to a public college or university in Virginia could receive a Transfer Grant of $1,000; this doubles for students majoring in a STEM field of study. Approximately 80 percent of MECC’s students enrolled in programs of study receive Financial Aid and/or Scholarships. Currently, additional assistance is being made available to provide training for unemployed, underemployed, dislocated workers to acquire new or upgraded skills in both credit and non-credit classes. Check out the On-Ramp program (see page 2 of this schedule) that has already assisted more than 150 students with financial assistance. The PluggedInVA programs also provide financial assistance; a new cohort of students will begin in Dickenson County this fall (see page 59). Unlike many colleges, MECC does not include loans as part of its financial package. MECC can be Your Place to Begin – debt free. *All types of financial assistance have eligibility requirements.

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2011 Summer and Fall Class Schedules