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SVCC Catalog/Handbook 2017-2018

x Southside Virginia

x Southside Virginia Community College SPRING SEMESTER 2018 January 2-5 January TBD January 8 January 10 January 15 January 25 First Night of Class March 1 March 3 March 5-9 March 20 April 2 April 30 May 1 - May 7 May 8 May 8-12, 14-15 May 12 First 8 Week Session January 8 January 10 January 15 January 16 March 1 February 8 March 2 Second 8 Week Session March 12 March 14 March 19 April 12 May 4 Faculty In-Service, Registration and Orientation New Student Orientation Classes Begin Last Day to Add Day and Cyber Classes No Classes Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Last Day to Drop with Refund Last Day to Add Night Classes Spring Graduation Applications Due Mid Term No Classes - Spring Break (Snow Make-Up Days) Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty Early Registration/Faculty Advisement Begins for Summer & Fall Classes End Final Exams Grades Due by 8:00 am Faculty In-Service Days Graduation Classes Begin Last Day to Add Day and Cyber Classes No Classes Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Last Day to Drop with Refund Spring Graduation Applications Due Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty Classes End Classes Begin Last Day to Add Day and Cyber Classes Last Day to Drop with Refund Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty Classes End First 4 Week Session MTE courses only January 8 Classes Begin January 8 Last Day to Add Classes January 12 Last Day to Drop with Refund January 23 Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty February 2 Classes End

Second 4 Week Session MTE courses only February 5 Classes Begin February 5 Last Day to Add Classes February 9 Last Day to Drop with Refund February 20 Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty March 2 Classes End Third 4 Week Session MTE courses only March 12 Classes Begin March 12 Last Day to Add Classes March 16 Last Day to Drop with Refund March 27 Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty April 6 Classes End Fourth 4 Week Session MTE courses only April 9 Classes Begin April 9 Last Day to Add Classes April 13 Last Day to Drop with Refund April 24 Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty May 4 Classes End 12 Week Session January 29 January 31 February 12 March 22 April 27 10 Week Session February 12 February 14 February 22 March 28 April 27 Classes Begin Last Day to Add Classes Last Day to Drop with Refund Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty Classes End Classes Begin Last Day to Add Classes Last Day to Drop with Refund Last Day to Withdraw without Academic Penalty Classes End

  • Page 1 and 2: Southside Virginia Community Colleg
  • Page 3 and 4: President’s Message “Education
  • Page 5 and 6: Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATI
  • Page 7 and 8: Electronics .......................
  • Page 9: Second 4 Week Session MTE courses o
  • Page 13 and 14: General Information
  • Page 15 and 16: Blackstone, is a facility built thr
  • Page 17 and 18: e. understand many of the economic,
  • Page 19 and 20: While on campus, students, staff, a
  • Page 21 and 22: • Uncharacteristically poor perfo
  • Page 23 and 24: • Attempting to intercept or read
  • Page 25 and 26: the withholding of categories of
  • Page 27 and 28: E. Decisions by the Threat Assessme
  • Page 29 and 30: Enrollment Information
  • Page 31 and 32: side Virginia Community College doe
  • Page 33 and 34: to obtain a copy of the College for
  • Page 35 and 36: Technology Fee A technology fee of
  • Page 37 and 38: examination period equals one colle
  • Page 39 and 40: A Excellent 4 grade points per cred
  • Page 41 and 42: 3.2 or higher and has attempted a m
  • Page 43 and 44: GRADUATION EXPENSES A formal gradua
  • Page 45 and 46: Student Development Services
  • Page 47 and 48: All career and job information serv
  • Page 49 and 50: the student must be accepted into a
  • Page 51 and 52: plished by taking courses at SVCC w
  • Page 53 and 54: 81 percent unearned x $1,249 tuitio
  • Page 55 and 56: Programs of Study 43 Programs of St
  • Page 57 and 58: ASSOCIATE DEGREES Transfer: Associa
  • Page 59 and 60: Programs of Study 47 TRANSFER DEGRE
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    Programs of Study 49 TRANSFER DEGRE

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    Programs of Study 51 TRANSFER DEGRE

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    Programs of Study 53 TRANSFER DEGRE

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    ASSOCIATE DEGREES Associate of Appl

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    Programs of Study 57 ASSOCIATE OF A

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    Programs of Study 59 ADMINISTRATION

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    Programs of Study 61 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 63 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 65 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 67 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 69 THIRD SEMESTER

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    Programs of Study 71 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 73 Course Title H

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    Programs of Study 75 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 77 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 79 THIRD SEMESTER

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    Programs of Study 81 Associate Degr

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    TECHNICAL STUDIES — INDUSTRIAL MA

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    CERTIFICATES Programs of Study 85

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    Programs of Study 87 BUSINESS, GENE

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    Programs of Study 89 ELECTRICITY (C

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    Programs of Study 91 FIRE SCIENCE T

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    Programs of Study 93 GENERAL EDUCAT

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    Programs of Study 95 SECOND SEMESTE

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    Programs of Study 97 NURSING, PRACT

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    Programs of Study 99 NURSING, PRACT

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    CAREER STUDIES CERTIFICATES Program

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    Programs of Study 103 CAREER STUDIE

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    Programs of Study 105 COMPUTER AND

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    Programs of Study 107 EMERGENCY MED

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    Programs of Study 109 FIRE SCIENCE

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    Programs of Study 111 HVAC - BASIC

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    Programs of Study 113 PRECISION MAC

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    Description of Courses

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    ADJ 118 Crisis Intervention and Cri

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    Includes biological, chemical, nucl

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    solutions for on-site energy produc

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    AST 107 Editing/Proofreading Skills

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    AUT 178 Automotive Final Drive and

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    on proper care and safety practices

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    CAD 233 Computer Aided Drafting III

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    career opportunities in the field.

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    ELECTRICITY ELE 110 Home Electric P

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    EMS 157 ALS Trauma Care (3 Cr) Cont

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    ENG 236 Introduction to the Short S

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    propagation, antennas and transmiss

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    FST 240 Fire Administration (3 Cr)

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    include operating systems, word pro

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    tion of the various sectors of the

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    IND 113 Materials and Processes in

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    special honors courses. May be repe

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    ments and studies the system of rec

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    MARKETING MKT 100 Principles of Mar

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    (Credit will not be awarded for mor

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    0 hours. Laboratory 4 hours. Total

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    PSY 219 Cross-cultural Psychology (

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    and correctional system in treatmen

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    Student Handbook

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    materials must be checked out befor

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    Commencement Southside Virginia Com

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    express their opinion about other c

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    strictions to ensure that the missi

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    Each student, as a responsible adul

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    5. Affirmative Action and ADA compl

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    any public institution shall be gui

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    State and Local Organizations

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    HONORARY DEGREES IN HUMANE LETTERS

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    Townsend, Rosa I. (2000) Profession

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    Noblin, Emily M. (2007) Assistant P

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    Pegram, Kathy M., Education Support