Class Schedule - Electricity - Spring 2014

Symbol Type of Course
1
Regular Session
CS
Computer Seminars
Symbol = Globe
Distance Learning (Online)
NV
NOVA Shared Distance Learning Classes (Online)
HY
Hybrid Classes
Symbol = Star
Dynamic & Short-Session Classes
W
Weekend College
GC
Greenfield Ed. & Training Center
FC
Franklin Center - Rocky Mount
Type CLS# SUB# - SEC Title Cred Room Location Days Times Inst. DYN Dates *Cur/ Max
1
28458ELE 134 - N1 Practical Electricity II
3
W117Webber
W
6:00 PM - 7:40 PMJeffrey Demers
11/18
ELE 134 - N1LPractical Electricity IIW117Webber
W
7:40 PM - 8:30 PMJeffrey Demers
ELE 134 - N1LPractical Electricity IIW111Webber
W
8:30 PM - 9:30 PMJeffrey Demers
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1
28460ELE 134 - N2 Practical Electricity II
3
W117Webber
Th
6:00 PM - 7:40 PMDavid Falls
17/18
ELE 134 - N2LPractical Electricity IIW117Webber
Th
7:40 PM - 8:30 PMDavid Falls
ELE 134 - N2LPractical Electricity IIW111Webber
Th
8:30 PM - 9:30 PMDavid Falls
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1
29559ELE 138 - N1 National Electrical Code Rev
2
W121Webber
W
6:00 PM - 8:50 PMLarry Waldron
28/29
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1
28481ELE 239 - 11 Programmable Controllers
3
W111Webber
Th
8:00 AM - 9:40 AMRobert Crawford
11/18
ELE 239 - 11LProgrammable ControllersW220Webber
Th
9:40 AM - 11:30 AMRobert Crawford
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HY
1
29211ELE 239 - HY1 Programmable Controllers
3
Th
12:00 AM - 12:00 AMRobert Crawford
7/15
ELE 239 - HY1LProgrammable ControllersW220Webber
Th
3:01 PM - 3:02 PMRobert Crawford
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See College Catalog for course requisite(s). Since this is a hybrid class, students will not have to appear on Thursday's at 12 noon as stated. Instead, students will view the lecture online and take exams in the Learn. Tech Center or arrange with the instructor. For the labs, students will work independently at home and submit labs electronically to the instructor EXCEPT for one lab which must be arranged on campus with the instructor inorder to demonstrate ability to interface the PLC to physical devices. Students not having the Allen-Bradley RSLogix 500 software must purchase separate software (approx. cost $50) for labs and final project. The final project will be presented to the class on a date to be assigned by the instructor. Students will spend a maximum of three hours total on campus for this section during the semester.   See College Catalog for course requisite(s). Since this is a hybrid class, students will not have to appear on Thursday's at 12 noon as stated. Instead, students will view the lecture online and take exams in the Learning Technology Center or arrange with the instructor. For the labs, students will work independently at home and submit labs electronically to the instructor EXCEPT for one lab which must be arranged on campus with the instructor in order to demonstrate ability to interface the PLC to physical devices. Students not having the Allen-Bradley RSLogix 500 software must purchase software (approx. cost $50) for labs and final project. The final project will be presented to the class on a date to be assigned by the instructor. Students will spend a maximum of three hours total on campus for this section during the semester. Internet access required for this online course. This is a hybrid class delivered partially in the classroom and partially on the web.
1
39601ELE 298 - 11Seminar & Project in ELE II
3
W222Webber
Th
1:00 PM - 3:50 PMRobert Crawford
6/18
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