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1 Fall 2015 Programs & Courses Inside Part-time undergraduate degree with evening and online courses Online degree in health sciences management New certificate in Federal Acquisition Online and on-site certificates, many of which can be completed in months: > Accounting & Finance > Acquisition & Contracts > Criminal Justice > Cybersecurity & IT > Leadership & Management > Marketing & Public Relations > Public Administration

2 Demand for classes grew after World War II ended, as veterans, working fulltime jobs, sought out higher education that allowed for part-time study. To meet this demand, the number of Extension Centers increased statewide. Celebrating 100 Years: The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) opens the doors of the University of Virginia to nontraditional adult learners. It is the mission of SCPS to be responsive to nontraditional learners by providing high quality educational opportunities that help them achieve their personal and professional goals. The commitment to serving a diverse community of learners is apparent in the programs and courses offered at convenient times and places. Students enrolled through SCPS have the option to learn in the classroom, at various locations around the Commonwealth, and online.

3 Contents Learning Environments Degree Programs Graduate Certificates Graduate Transfer Partnerships Undergraduate / Post-Baccalaureate Certificates Certificate Programs - Application & Admission, Deadlines Noncredit Certificates Credit Classes by Location or Online Noncredit Classes by Location or Online Credit Class Offerings Noncredit Class Offerings Registration, Payment, Tuition & Fees SCPS Calendars Information Sessions TBA Degree Programs for Working Adults Please check for a complete schedule of Information Sessions to learn more about the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies and the new Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences Management. Academic Calendar Registration Opens August 3 Classes Begin Late August Certificate Program Deadlines See page 9. Degree Program Deadlines See page 3. The School of Continuing and Professional Studies may cancel, modify, or make substitutions for any published class or program, may change instructors, and may change the dates and times a class is offered. Information published in this catalog is subject to change. Please use the Class Search at for the most up-to-date and complete listing of classes offered through SCPS this semester. < AUGUST 2015 > S M T W T F S < SEPTEMBER 2015 > S M T W T F S To learn more or to register, visit 1

4 Learning Environments In Person You will see the terminology In Person to define the mode of instruction in the Student Information System (SIS). You may also see this type of class referred to as classroom-based. These classes provide only face-to-face (F2F) instruction, and may include lectures, discussion, and seminar-style formats. Less than 50% Internet-Based You will see the terminology Less than 50% Internet to define the mode of instruction in the Student Information System (SIS). You may also see this type of class referred to as hybrid or blended. These classes combine both face-to-face (F2F) and online instruction. There will be required F2F classes, as well as online class meetings. Less than 50% of class materials, course activities, assignments, and discussions will be online. More than 50% Internet-Based You will see the terminology More than 50% Internet to define the mode of instruction in the Student Information System (SIS). You may also see this type of class referred to as hybrid or blended. These classes combine both face-to-face (F2F) and online instruction. There will be required F2F classes, as well as online class meetings. More than 50% of class materials, course activities, assignments, and discussions will be online. Televised You will see the terminology Televised to define the mode of instruction in the Student Information System (SIS). You may also see this type of class referred to as DVC (digital video conferencing). These classes originate on Grounds or at sites across Virginia, and are transmitted to one or more receiving sites using digital video. Classes are transmitted in real time to allow for student and faculty interaction and engagement. Web-Based You will see the terminology Web-Based to define the mode of instruction in the Student Information System (SIS). You may also see this type of class referred to as online. All instruction in these classes occurs in an online environment, synchronously or asynchronously, or both. The instructor provides all materials, course activities, assignments, and discussions in an online environment. Is My Web-Based Class Synchronous or Asynchronous? Same Time / Different Place... Synchronous Web-Based Different Time / Different Place...Asynchronous Web-Based Learn More About Online Learning at SCPS Visit to view newly-created videos about what to expect in your online courses at SCPS. Asynchronous with Synchronous Sessions Some online, asynchronous courses include synchronous sessions. Attendance at these live synchronous sessions is strongly encouraged, but each session will be recorded for students future listening (at no penalty) if they are not able to attend the live session. 2 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

5 Degree Programs Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies Charlottesville, Richmond, and on the campuses of Northern Virginia, Thomas Nelson, and Tidewater community colleges The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) is a part-time undergraduate degree program for working adults. Classes are offered on-grounds in Charlottesville, in Richmond, on the Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater Community College, and on the Alexandria and Loudoun campuses of Northern Virginia Community College. In Fall 2015, classes will also be offered on the Williamsburg campus of Thomas Nelson Community College. Students enter the BIS program as third year students, having completed 60 transferable hours in core and elective requirements. Applicants for the off-grounds program offered with the Northern Virginia, Thomas Nelson and Tidewater community colleges need to have earned at least fifteen (15) transferable credits from the host community college. The BIS curriculum is designed to foster a broad liberal studies education with concentrations offered in business, the liberal arts, or in an individualized concentration. Instruction occurs primarily face-to-face in a seminar environment in the evenings. Online courses are also available for added flexibility. Applications are accepted for fall and spring admission. The application deadline for spring admission is November 1. Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences Management Online The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences Management (BPHM) is intended for adults working in health care who aspire to managerial roles, but lack the necessary bachelor s degree. Health care professionals who have earned an associate s degree and who hold a national certification in emergency medical services, health information management, medical laboratory technology, occupational therapy assistant, physical therapy assistant, radiography, respiratory therapy, and sonography are invited to apply. Admitted students complete their degree requirements on a part-time basis while continuing to work. Courses are offered online, making it convenient for adults to balance work and family while continuing their education. The program emphasizes competency and skills development in the areas of communication, relationship management, leadership, professionalism, knowledge of health care, and business skills necessary for professional growth and advance in the health care industry. Program requirements can be completed in 10 terms. Under a Guaranteed Admission Agreement (GAA) with the Virginia Community College System (VCCS), applicants who have completed an associate of applied science degree from a VCCS college in an applicable allied health field with 45 or more credits earned from VCCS, and have earned a GPA in VCCS coursework of 3.5 or better, and hold national certification in an applicable allied health field will be eligible for guaranteed admission. Those applying under the GAA must submit a letter of intent and official transcripts to Admission Services by February 15. A completed online application for admission must be submitted by May 15. Applications are accepted for fall admission. The application deadline for fall admission is May 15. To learn more or to register, visit 3

6 Graduate Certificates Cybersecurity Management Online This 6-course (18-credit) graduate certificate is designed to provide managers and information technology professionals with the essential tools needed to identify cyber threats; devise appropriate defense strategies; develop policy; plan and conduct security assessments; and understand the ethical, legal, and regulatory environment as it relates to operating in cyberspace. The courses are mapped to the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework, as part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies. The certificate is ideal for managers charged with overseeing the security function, information technology professionals seeking professional skills in cybersecurity management, and cybersecurity professionals seeking additional credentials. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 6 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. emarketing Online This 5-course (15-credit) graduate certificate provides the practical knowledge and hands-on skill development using the integrated web, , and database technologies needed to acquire and retain customers in today s marketing environment. The program is appropriate for marketing professionals in all stages of their professional development as well as career changers. Leadership Online This 6-course (18-credit) graduate certificate is ideal for those interested in management and leadership training. Participants establish a solid foundation of leadership competencies that can be applied immediately in the workplace. Work related projects and demonstrations add to this foundation and help each student build personal leadership skills. The program was designed for those relatively new to leadership positions, for those who must fulfill leadership roles within their organizations, or for those seeking to complete prerequisites for an MBA program. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 6 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. Leadership in Human Resources Management Online This 5-course (15-credit) graduate certificate provides the knowledge and skills essential in top management positions. Coursework focuses on the principles and concepts of group and team behavior, leadership roles, the importance of organizational vision, values and ethics, assessing and capitalizing on human resources, and managing scarce resources in today s complex organizations. This hands-on program is ideal for human resource management professionals in the early to mid-level stages of their professional development. Typical students are working professionals who have completed a bachelor s degree, work in the field of human resources management, and are ready to assume greater responsibilities. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 6 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. National Criminal Justice Command College Richmond The National Criminal Justice Command College provides an integrated, cutting-edge approach to criminal justice education through a framework of leadership and collaboration. Offered with the Virginia State Police, the 10-week program provides options for students to earn an undergraduate, graduate, or noncredit certificate. The program is scheduled annually from mid-july to mid-september. The Command College is ideal for mid- and upper-level law enforcement supervisors in state, county, 4 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

7 or municipal units, as well as for executives in corrections and corporate or private security. The curriculum is current, applicable, and appropriate for any size, style, or geographically located organization. Applications are being accepted for Summer Procurement & Contracts Management Online This 6-course (18-credit) graduate certificate provides advanced training in the field of procurement and contracts management. Coursework focuses on the core competencies recognized by the National Contract Management Association. The certificate is ideal for mid-level and senior professionals looking to stay ahead of the competition, advance in their career, or increase their earning potential. Students with no prior procurement and contracting experience are advised to enroll in PC 4010 before beginning courses in this certificate. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 6 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. Project Management Online This 6-course (18-credit) graduate certificate provides a core framework and information on how to apply a wide range of tools in order to be an effective project manager. Coursework focuses on the core competencies recognized by the Project Management Institute. The certificate is ideal for individuals who are required to manage projects but possess a limited understanding of project management as a discipline. Public Administration Online This 5-course (15-credit) graduate certificate provides the essential knowledge and skills needed to meet the administrative and management challenges of today s public sector and nonprofit organizations. Courses build the knowledge base necessary for decision making, planning, administrative effectiveness, budgeting, and critical thinking, as well as the management and leadership skills essential for success. The courses are ideal for employees working in public or nonprofit organizations, career changers interested in entering the public or nonprofit sectors, and in-service or pre-career students interested in beginning a career in public service. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 7 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. Technology Leadership Online This 6-course (18-credit) graduate certificate offers a solid foundation of leadership competencies that can be used immediately in the workplace. It includes work-related projects and demonstrations that help each student build effective personal leadership skills. The certificate is ideals for technical professionals who currently serve in managerial or leadership positions, and for those interested in advancing to such positions in the future. See Graduate Transfer Partnerships on page 6 to learn how you can transfer credits earned in the certificate to a master s degree. To learn more or to register, visit 5

8 Graduate Transfer Partnerships The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) has developed partnerships with several universities to provide master s degree opportunities for its graduate certificate students. For a list of the identified course equivalences applicable to their respective graduate programs, visit: Transfer Program with Hollins University The UVa School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Hollins University have established a graduate-level transfer program. SCPS students earning a graduate certificate in Leadership or in Technology Leadership are eligible to apply and transfer their credits into the Hollins University Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) program. No more than nine (9) credit hours of graduate course work earned at UVa may be applied to the MALS program, except for students who have completed the Leadership certificate. Students who have completed the Leadership certificate can apply up to eighteen (18) credit hours of graduate course work earned at UVa towards the MALS program. For more information, contact: Edward Lynch Hollins University Program Director Transfer Program with Marymount University The UVa School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Marymount School of Business Administration have established a graduate-level transfer program. SCPS students earning a graduate certificate in Procurement & Contracts Management are eligible to apply and transfer their credits into the Marymount University M.S. in Leadership & Management program, and those earning a graduate certificate in Leadership in Human Resources Management are eligible to apply and transfer their credits into the Marymount M.A. in Human Resources Management. No more than eighteen (18) credit hours of graduate course work earned at UVa may be applied to a Marymount School of Business degree program. For more information, contact: Maureen Dour Marymount University Admissions Coordinator Transfer Program with Syracuse University The UVa School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Syracuse University School of Information Studies have established a graduate-level transfer program. SCPS students earning a Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management are eligible to apply and transfer their credits into the Syracuse University Master of Science in Information Management program. No more than fifteen (15) credit hours of graduate course work earned at UVa may be applied to a Syracuse School of Information Studies degree program. For more information, contact: Susan Corieri Assistant Dean for Enrollment Management and Special Academic Program Initiatives School of Information Studies, Syracuse University UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

9 Transfer Program with Virginia Tech The UVa School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Virginia Tech Center for Public Administration and Policy have established a graduate-level transfer program. SCPS students earning a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration are eligible to apply and transfer their credits into the Virginia Tech Master of Public Administration program. No more than eighteen (18) credit hours of graduate course work earned at UVa may be applied to a Virginia Tech Master of Public Administration degree program. For more information, contact: Brian Cook Center for Public Administration & Policy Virginia Tech Transfer Partnerships Leading to a Master s Degree SCPS Certificate Transfer Credits Partner Institution Master s Degree Cybersecurity Management Human Resources Management 15 Syracuse Information Management (M.S.) 18 Marymount Human Resources Management (M.A.) Leadership 18 Hollins Liberal Studies (M.A.) Technology Leadership 9 Hollins Liberal Studies (M.A.) Procurement & Contracts Management 18 Marymount Leadership & Management (M.S.) Public Administration 18 Virginia Tech Public Administration (MPA) To learn more or to register, visit 7

10 Undergraduate / Post-Baccalaureate Certificates Accounting Online Falls Church This 10-course (30-credit) undergraduate/post-baccalaureate certificate prepares individuals to assume greater responsibility for the accounting function. Coursework provides a foundation in accounting, auditing, taxation, commercial law, and managerial finance. The certificate is ideal for those individuals new to the accounting profession, as well as for mid-level professionals looking to stay ahead of the competition, advance in their career, or increase their earning potential. The certificate program includes courses that are both required and recommended as preparation to sit for the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination. The Virginia State Board of Accountancy currently requires CPA applicants to have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a total of 120 semester hours in accounting and business subjects distributed as follows: 24 semester hours in accounting including financial or intermediate accounting, management/ cost accounting, taxation, and auditing. (Introductory accounting courses cannot be considered in determining whether a person has obtained the number of semester hours required for an accounting concentration or equivalent.) 24 semester hours in business subjects at the graduate or undergraduate level. The coursework must be completed prior to application to sit for the CPA exam. Many individuals who have completed our Certificate in Accounting have successfully passed the exam and are now CPAs. Federal Acquisition Online Falls Church The 6 course (18-credit) undergraduate/post-baccalaureate certificate prepares individuals for the numerous open positions in government contracting. Professionals working in government acquisition award, administer, and manage a wide range of acquisition programs supporting national security, public services, and government operations. Coursework provides students with the necessary skills and abilities to successfully use the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFAR) to develop acquisition strategies, substantiate contracting decisions, evaluate proposals and awards, and manage and close out contracts. The Certificate in Federal Acquisition is a key component to attaining Level I Contracting Certification, and therefore positions students to work for either a civilian or Department of Defense (DOD) agency. Human Resources Management Online This 6-course (18-credit) undergraduate/post-baccalaureate certificate addresses the functional areas of human resources, including the management of organizations, organizational development, and legal and ethic issues. Elective courses allow students to delve deeper into specialized areas, polish communication skills, and explore relevant topics. The certificate is appropriate for those just entering the field of human resources management. Information Technology Online This 6-course (18-credit) undergraduate/post-baccalaureate certificate provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to assume entry-level positions in the field of information technology. Coursework covers the strategic value of IT to businesses and exposes students to the web application development process (topics include IT architecture, systems analysis and design, web design, database systems, and web application development). Upon completion of the certificate, students are prepared for positions in systems analysis, web design and application development, programming, and business analysis. 8 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

11 National Criminal Justice Command College Richmond The National Criminal Justice Command College provides an integrated, cutting-edge approach to criminal justice education through a framework of leadership and collaboration. Offered with the Virginia State Police, the 10-week program provides options for students to earn an undergraduate, graduate, or noncredit certificate. The program is scheduled annually from mid-july to mid-september. The Command College is ideal for mid- and upper-level law enforcement supervisors in state, county, or municipal units, as well as for executives in corrections and corporate or private security. The curriculum is current, applicable, and appropriate for any size, style, or geographically located organization. Applications are being accepted for Summer Post-Bac Pre-Med Charlottesville The Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program is a full-time, one-year certificate program designed for college graduates with strong academic records who have made a late decision to pursue a career in medicine. It provides the science courses students need to be eligible for medical school admission. Applications are accepted beginning August 1 for the following summer. Procurement & Contracts Management Online This 6-course (18-credit) undergraduate/post-baccalaureate certificate provides students with the principles for effective procurement and contracts management essential to all organizations. Coursework focuses on the core competencies recognized by the National Contract Management Association. The certificate is ideal for those individuals just entering the field of procurement and contracts management. Certificate Programs Application & Admission Students can enroll in courses without applying for admission to earn the certificate. However, a maximum of two courses will count toward satisfying the requirements for the certificate prior to admission. Applications are accepted online, and must include the following: Proof of high school diploma or equivalent for those applying to an undergraduate certificate See the web site for details regarding academic credentials needed for noncredit certificates College transcript for those applying to a graduate certificate Résumé Letter of recommendation Statement of purpose Application for Virginia In-State Education Privileges, if seeking in-state tuition eligibility $70 Application fee, payable by credit card only Deadlines Certificate Programs April 1 - Summer Admission July 1 - Fall Admission November 1 - Spring Admission National Criminal Justice Command College June 15 - Summer Admission To learn more or to register, visit 9

12 Noncredit Certificates Certified Financial Planning Falls Church The Certificate in Certified Financial Planning is designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary for obtaining CFP Certification. This noncredit program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. and includes seven classes that address the core competencies in financial planning, insurance, investment planning, income tax planning, retirement planning, estate planning, and ethics. The program is ideal for finance and insurance professionals, attorneys, and career changers with an undergraduate or advanced degree. College seniors, who have met program entry requirements, are eligible for admission to the program. National Criminal Justice Command College Richmond The National Criminal Justice Command College provides an integrated, cutting-edge approach to criminal justice education through a framework of leadership and collaboration. Offered with the Virginia State Police, the 10-week program provides options for students to earn an undergraduate, graduate, or noncredit certificate. The program is scheduled annually from mid-july to mid-september. The Command College is ideal for mid- and upper-level law enforcement supervisors in state, county, or municipal units, as well as for executives in corrections and corporate or private security. The curriculum is current, applicable, and appropriate for any size, style, or geographically located organization. Applications are being accepted for Summer Public Relations Online The Certificate in Public Relations provides a solid foundation in the fundamental functions of public relations. The noncredit certificate includes eight courses designed to provide the public relations practitioner, small business owner, and those interested in entering the field of public relations with the knowledge, skills, and abilities critical for success. 10 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

13 Credit Classes by Location or Online Charlottesville Falls Church NVCC / Alexandria NVCC / Loudoun Richmond TCC / Virginia Beach TNCC / Williamsburg Online Accounting Graduate - see page 15 ACCT 5210: Introductory Auditing 3 ACCT 5310: Selected Topics in Advanced Accounting 3 ACCT 5410: Fraud Examination 3 ACCT 5460: Federal Taxation II 3 Accounting Undergraduate - see pages ACCT 2010: Introductory Accounting 3 ACCT 2020: Introductory Accounting II 3 ACCT 3110: Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACCT 3120: Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACCT 3140: Cost Accounting 3 ACCT 4450: Federal Taxation I 3 BIS Undergraduate - see pages ISBU 3410: Commercial Law 3 ISBU 3451: Fundamentals of Marketing 3 ISGE 3700: Financial Planning Strategies 3 ISHU 3170: The Writer as Cartographer: A Class in Poetry and Memoir 3 ISHU 3240: 20th Century American Literature 3 ISHU 3304: The Films of Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock 3 ISHU 3800: Important Issues in Art Since ISHU 3901: Dance: Anthropological Origins of Dance and Music in 3 World Cultures ISHU 4041 ISSS 4041: Crime, Misery and Vice: The Victorian 3 3 Underworld ISHU 4090: Writing: Comfortable as a Hearth Rug 3 ISHU 4890: America and the Ethics of Food and Energy in the 3 21st Century ISIN 4510: Special Topics in Conduct of Inquiry: Social Sciences - 3 Historical Study of the Sociology of Empire ISIN 4520: Special Topics in Conduct of Inquiry: Humanities - 3 Renaissance to Radical Islam ISLS 3020: Critical Thinking: Why Do We Believe the Things We Do? 3 ISLS 3180: Possessing the Past 3 ISLS 3190: Good Cop/Bad Cop 3 ISLS 3212: From Beowulf to the Incredibles: Changing Heroes, 3 Changing Culture ISLS 3295: U.S. History through the Virginia Experience 3 ISLS 3620: Ritual and Becoming in the Arts of Africa 3 ISSS 3305: The Impact of Media on the Development of Popular 3 Culture ISSS 3420: Human Thought and Behavior 3 To learn more or to register, visit 11

14 Credit Classes by Location or Online Charlottesville Falls Church NVCC / Alexandria NVCC / Loudoun Richmond TCC / Virginia Beach TNCC / Williamsburg Online BIS Undergraduate Continued - see pages ISSS 3430: Women and Global Change 3 ISSS 3460: Lifespan Development 3 ISSS 3730: Miracles in Everyday Life 3 ISSS 3830: Critical Issues in American Foreign Policy 3 ISSS 3850: Media and Politics 3 ISSS 3887: Educational Technology in the Information Age 3 ISSS 4010: The Second World War: Experience of Total War 3 ISSS 4300: America in the 1960 s: A Decade of Turbulence 3 ISSS 4455: Social Inequality 3 ISSS 4456: Russian-American Relations 3 BPHM Undergraduate - see pages ISSS 4650: American Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities 3 3 PSHM 3010: Introduction to Health Care Management: Applying 3 3 Concepts to Practice PSHM 3050: Current Issues in Healthcare 3 ISHU 3304: The Films of Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock 3 ISHU 4090: Writing: Comfortable as a Hearth Rug 3 ISSS 3830: Critical Issues in American Foreign Policy 3 ISSS 3887: Educational Technology in the Information Age 3 ISSS 4455: Social Inequality 3 Cybersecurity Graduate - see page 21 BUS 5010: Cyber Security Management 3 BUS 5040: Creating and Conducting a Security Assessment 3 BUS 5100: Cyber Law, Regulation, and Ethics 3 BUS 5120: Securing the Internet of Things 3 emarketing Graduate - see page 21 PSMT 6010: emarketing Tools and Techniques 3 PSMT 6050: Web Marketing: Building Awareness on the Internet 3 PSPM 5030: Introduction to Project Management 3 Federal Acquisistion Undergraduate - see page 22 FAC 3010: Federal Regulations I 3 FAC 3030: Federal Cost and Price Analysis I 3 FAC 3101: Federal Contracting Internship I 3 Human Resources Management Undergraduate - see page 22 HR 4020: Human Resource Management 3 HR 4030: Organizational Change and Development 3 12 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

15 Charlottesville Falls Church NVCC / Alexandria NVCC / Loudoun Richmond TCC / Virginia Beach TNCC / Williamsburg Online Information Technology Undergraduate - see pages IT 3220: Strategic Business Value of Information Technology 3 IT 3350: Agile Project Management 3 IT 3400: Database Management and Business Intelligence/ 3 Analytics Leadership Graduate - see page 23 BUS 5310: Financial Management 3 BUS 5340: Employee Recruitment and Development 3 PSPM 5030: Introduction to Project Management 3 PSPM 5230: Leadership & Managing the Project Team 3 Leadership in Human Resources Management Graduate - see page 23 HR 5020: Staffing and Career Management 3 HR 5040: Organizational Performance Management 3 Procurement & Contracts Management Graduate - see page 24 PC 5160: Strategic Customer Relationship Management 3 PC 5010: Procurement Policy & Practices 3 PC 5020: Advanced Cost and Price Analysis 3 PC 5040: Advanced Contract Management 3 PC 5060: Federal Acquisition Case Studies 3 Procurement & Contracts Management Undergraduate - see pages PC 4010: Introduction to Federal Procurement 3 PC 4020: Contract Administration 3 PC 4030: Cost and Price Analysis 3 PC 4040: Government Contract Law 3 PC 4220: Federal Government Contracting: A Contractor s 3 Perspective Project Management Graduate - see page 25 PSPM 5030: Introduction to Project Management 3 PSPM 5200: Project Schedule, Cost, and Budget Control 3 PSPM 5230: Leadership and Managing the Project Team 3 PC 5010 Procurement Policy and Practices 3 Public Administration Graduate - see page 25 PSPA 5000: Intro to Public Administration 3 PSPA 5040: Ethics in Public Administration 3 Technology Leadership Graduate - see page 26 BUS 5310: Financial Management 3 BUS 5340: Employee Recruitment and Development 3 PSPM 5030: Introduction to Project Management 3 PSPM 5230: Leadership and Managing the Project Team 3 To learn more or to register, visit 13

16 Noncredit Classes by Location or Online Falls Church Online Certified Financial Planning Noncredit - see page 27 NCPR 500: Personal Financial Planning 3 NCPR 504: Retirement Planning 3 NCPR 506: Capstone: Financial Planning 3 Public Relations Noncredit - see page 27 NCBM 107: Introduction to Public Relations 3 NCBM 111: Strategic Planning and Public Relations Campaigns 3 NCBM 118: Political Public Relations 3 NCBM 238: Internal Communications 3 Eric Wiegand enrolled in the Certificate in Certified Financial Planning because it afforded him the flexibility he needed to balance work, home, and school. Thanks to the program, he passed the CFP exam on the first try. 14 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

17 Credit Class Offerings Accounting Graduate ACCT 5210: Introductory Auditing Online Synchronous Thursdays, 6:30-9:45pm Aug 27-Dec 3 Examines auditing methodology through a study of auditing standards. Includes the nature of evidence, program planning, work papers, internal control evaluation, types of audit tests, and audit reports. Prerequisite: ACCT No class Nov 26. Richard Evans 3 GR credits Required ACCT 5310: Selected Topics in Advanced Accounting Online Synchronous Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30pm Aug 25-Dec 1 Studies accounting and financial reporting for partnerships, business enterprise segments, home office/branch office, foreign transactions and translation, business combinations, and other intercorporate investments and consolidated statements. Prerequisite: ACCT Gary Brooks 3 GR credits Elective ACCT 5410: Fraud Examination Falls Church Saturdays, 9am-12:30pm Aug 29-Dec 5 Focuses on the principles and methodology of fraud detection and deterrence. Examines how and why occupational fraud is committed, how fraudulent conduct can be deterred, and how allegations of fraud should be investigated and resolved. Prerequisite: ACCT 3120 Intermediate Accounting II. No class Sep 5 or Nov 28. Cory Kirchert 3 GR credits Elective ACCT 5460: Federal Taxation II Falls Church Fridays, 6:30-9:45pm Aug 28-Dec 4 Analyzes of the federal income tax law and its application to corporations, shareholders, partnerships, partners, estates, and gift transactions. Prerequisite: ACCT No class Nov 27 Thomas Hughes 3 GR credits Elective Accounting Undergraduate ACCT 2010: Introductory Accounting Designed to introduce students to the language of business, the course begins with the role of financial data in contemporary society, proceeds to develop the accounting model for capturing financial data, and finishes with the problems of measuring and reporting income, assets, liabilities, and equities. Marshall Kasten 3 UG credits Required ACCT 2020: Introductory Accounting II Online Synchronous Mondays, 6:30-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Continuation of ACCT Approximately one third of the course deals with additional financial accounting topics, emphasizing managerial considerations and financial analysis. Cost accumulation, allocation, and product cost methods are studied in a manufacturing setting. Matters such as evaluation of performance planning, cost behavior, and special decisions are emphasized. Prerequisite: ACCT No class Sep 7. Noel Montesa 3 UG credits Required ACCT 3110: Intermediate Accounting I An intensive study of the generally accepted accounting principles for asset valuation, income measurement, and financial statement presentation for business organizations, and the processes through which these principles evolve. Prerequisite: ACCT Leon Hutton 3 UG credits Required ACCT 3120: Intermediate Accounting II Online Synchronous Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Continuation of ACCT 3110, emphasizing accounting for the equities of a firm s investors and creditors. Covers special problem areas in financial accounting including accounting for leases, pensions, and income taxes. Prerequisite: ACCT No class Nov 25. Nammy Lee 3 UG credits Required To learn more or to register, visit 15

18 Credit Class Offerings ACCT 3140: Cost Accounting Online Synchronous Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30pm Aug 25-Dec 1 Addresses analysis of cost behavior and volume profit relationships; responsibility accounting and reporting flexible budgets; and the use of standard costs to guide and control performance. Prerequisite: ACCT William Cardine 3 UG credits Required ACCT 4450: Federal Taxation I Online Synchronous Mondays, 6:30-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 An analysis of the federal income tax law and its application to individuals. A study is made of problems covering personal and business tax situations. Several cases are assigned for which the student prepares illustrative tax returns. Prerequisite: ACCT 2020 or instructor permission. No class Sep 7. Gary Dittmer 3 UG credits Elective BIS Undergraduate BIS students should register in BIS classes. Classes outside of BIS, included in the catalog, are by permission of your advisor. Other students may register as Community Scholars for BIS classes with program permission. See class details for restrictions. ISBU 3410: Commercial Law TCC Virginia Beach Tuesdays, 6-8:45pm Aug 25-Dec 8 Surveys the American legal system and principles of constitutional, criminal, and tort law, emphasizing legal issues related to contracts, agency, corporations, and partnerships. Timothy Supler 3 UG credits ISBU 3451: Fundamentals of Marketing Charlottesville Thursdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 27-Dec 3 Introduction to marketing principles and activities in both profit and non-profit enterprises, from the conception of goods and services to their consumption. Participants study consumer behavior as well as ethical, environmental, and international issues in marketing. Prerequisite: ECON 201 and 202 or equivalents, or instructor permission. Bobby Beamer 3 UG credits ISGE 3700: Financial Planning Strategies Online Synchronous Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Covers income, money management, spending, credit, saving, and investing. Focuses on helping students organize their financial futures and expand their knowledge of various aspects of finance. John Hulburt 3 UG credits ISHU 3170: The Writer as Cartographer: A Class in Poetry and Memoir NVCC Alexandria Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Just as a cartographer is one who makes maps, projecting an area of the earth s surface on a flat plane, so is a writer able to transform an imagined shape into a real shape. In much the manner of a cartographer, a writer must brave the elements in order to come closer to an understanding of what is mysterious. With a focus upon poetry and memoir, this class will ask students to read widely, to respond to assigned readings through essays and annotations, to produce creative work on a weekly basis, and to share such work openly in a workshop setting. Charlotte Matthews 3 UG credits ISHU 3240: 20th Century American Literature NVCC Loudoun Wednesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Students explore fiction and poetry of U.S. writers ranging from early modernists to contemporary writers, including such prose writers as Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Faulkner, Ellison, and Morrison and poets such as Frost, Eliot, Stevens, Bishop, and Williams. Danielle Derise 3 UG credits ISHU 3304: The Films of Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock Online Synchronous Wednesdays, 4-6:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Studies the films of Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock, two very different but equally creative filmmakers who explored their medium with an intensive imagination. Analyzes such films as Citizen Kane, Touch of Evil, Vertigo, and Psycho, examining what makes them work and looking at the cultural and historical context of the films. Robert Kolker 3 UG credits 16 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

19 Celebrating 100 Years: ISHU 3800: Important Issues in Art Since 1945 NVCC Alexandria Thursdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 27-Dec 3 This course covers the development of high modernism, beginning with Abstract Expressionism, and continue through postmodern practices of conceptual art, feminism, performance art, and site-specific installation art. Elizabeth Nabi 3 UG credits ISHU 3901: Dance: Anthropological Origins of Dance and Music in World Cultures TCC Virginia Beach Thursdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 27-Dec 3 Examines the anthropological origins of dance history in world cultures. Discusses the importance of dance to define and preserve the historic traditions within a culture. Explores the inherent relationship between dance and music within both the socio-cultural and folk aspects, as well as the ceremonial, religious, and ritual aspects of a culture. Sharen Mendoza 3 UG credits ISHU 4041: Crime, Misery and Vice: The Victorian Underworld NVCC Alexandria Thursdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 27-Dec 3 NVCC Loudoun Wednesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Explores in their original contexts the social, cultural, economic and political themes of works such as The Return of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Time Machine, and Dracula, through a combination of class discussion and written assignments. Examines the attitudes, ideals and values associated with the Victorian era. Richard Floyd 3 UG credits ISHU 4090: Writing: Comfortable as a Hearth Rug Online Synchronous Tuesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 25-Dec 8 Writing begins with intuition, moves towards consciousness and strives for clarity. Such movement calls for a steady eye and an enduring approach. Accordingly, this course focuses upon resurrecting the fading art of patience, a faculty required for writing. Students will read widely, respond to assigned readings through weekly essays and share work in a workshop setting with an emphasis on revision. Writing intensive. Charlotte Matthews 3 UG credits ISHU 4890: America and the Ethics of Food and Energy in the 21st Century Richmond Tuesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 25-Dec 8 Examines deep and complex ethical issues within the United States regarding the production of food and energy, corporate social responsibility, duties to future generations, and national interest versus obligations to other peoples. Mark Fowler 3 UG credits ISIN 4510: Special Topics in Conduct of Inquiry: Social Sciences - Historical Study of the Sociology of Empire Online Asynchronous Available Aug 26-Dec 2 Explores the marvelous world depicted in Kipling s Indian Tales from the perspective of the commentary they provide on British expatriate society. Discusses how Kipling has often been viewed as a critic of Indian society, when in fact he is critical of the British. Examines the work of Clifford Geertz and other anthropologists to provide a rounded picture of Kipling as an analyst of cultural systems. Luke Wright 3 UG credits ISIN 4520: Special Topics in Conduct of Inquiry: Humanities - Renaissance to Radical Islam Online Synchronous Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Examines the human through works of drama, literature, philosophy, history and film. Explores the sub-theme of war to demonstrate how studying the human exposes changing attitudes of Western Culture from the Renaissance through the twentieth century. Considers the transmission of ideas across cultures and historical periods, and how the traveling of texts through the press and translations contribute to the production of the human. Luke Wright 3 UG credits ISLS 3020: Critical Thinking: Why Do We Believe the Things We Do? Online Synchronous Wednesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 This course focuses on a central question: Why do we believe the things we do? This question will drive all of the individual writing and reading assignments. In this context students consider, from a multi-disciplinary perspective, topics such as: mental models, hidden assumptions and the place of implicit beliefs in reasoning; thin slicing and the role of the adaptive unconscious in decision making; propaganda, public relations and the role of the media in belief formation; the identification and evaluation of arguments and the difference between persuasive and cogent reasoning. Glenn Kessler 3 UG credits To learn more or to register, visit 17

20 Credit Class Offerings ISLS 3180: Possessing the Past Charlottesville Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 This course explores various ways in which we seek to experience the past as if firsthand: through the treasuring of its relics, both private and public (souvenirs, heirlooms, exhibited artifacts); through the restoration and replication of structures and environments from the past (as at Williamsburg, Disneyland or the U. Va. grounds); and through the fictional experiences offered by stories, novels, and movies set in the past. Students will explore historical, psychological, and cultural contexts for these efforts, studying their similarities and differences, attempting to determine the sources and implications of this desire to re-live the past, and engaging some of the complex issues raised by that endeavor. Throughout, the course will focus on sharpening the skills of analytical thinking and writing. Kenny Marotta 3 UG credits ISLS 3190: Good Cop/Bad Cop NVCC Loudoun Tuesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 25-Dec 8 This course examines the current use of the police power in a variety of situations, informed by the past and motivated by the future. Particular emphasis is on contemporary real-life examples to inform the discussion on the proper use of the police power. Those examples are subjected to a variety of perspectives, societal and individual, to gain a fuller understanding of the delicate balance of competing values. Alan Rasmussen 3 UG credits ISLS 3212: From Beowulf to the Incredibles: Changing Heroes, Changing Culture NVCC Alexandria Wednesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Explores heroic figures who play a critical part of understanding Western culture, literature, and wisdom. Analyzes literature and film to examine how heroic individuality has shaped western society, why we need heroes, and how our heroes are changing. Studies heroic tales compared to European and American history with an emphasis on critical thinking and analytical writing. Deborah Bishop 3 UG credits ISLS 3295: U.S. History through the Virginia Experience Online Synchronous Wednesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 26-Dec 2 Utilizes popular culture, archaeology, material culture, and traditional sources and methods to examine issues in American history as experienced by Virginians. Explores early contact, roots and development of American institutions and culture, the American Revolution, nation building, sectionalism, Civil War, Reconstruction, segregation, Civil Rights, and contemporary controversies. David Corlett 3 UG credits ISLS 3620: Ritual and Becoming in the Arts of Africa TNCC Williamsburg Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Examines the traditional arts produced on the African continent such as painting, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, metalwork, architecture, and body modification as they are incorporated into age-grade initiation, fertility ceremonies and curative rituals. Julia May 3 UG credits ISSS 3305: The Impact of Media on the Development of Popular Culture NVCC Alexandria Tuesdays, 7-9:45pm Aug 25-Dec 8 Examines the media s role in conveying cultural meaning through popular culture. Analyzes the histories and theories underlying media and popular culture; focusing on print, film, radio, television, the internet, and social media. Critiques contemporary popular culture through music, movies, TV programming, advertising, sports, fashion, celebrity culture, language, and collective public expression. Robert Guttman 3 UG credits ISSS 3420: Human Thought and Behavior TCC Virginia Beach Mondays, 7-9:45pm Aug 31-Dec 7 Students will explore a variety of psychological topics in depth, from these major disciplines within psychology: Developmental, Social, Clinical, and Cognitive, and discuss their impact on the field of psychology and how they apply to behavior and life experience. Learning will be assessed by essay responses to questions posed from journal articles, book chapters, and class discussions and demonstrations. Clair Berube 3 UG credits 18 UVa School of Continuing & Professional Studies

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