Teacher Recertification Courses

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Fall 2015 -  Download the Brochure - [pdf]

VHCC is proud to be your community college and pleased to offer a long list of affordable courses taught online, in the evening or through a combination of online and on-campus hybrid sessions. Please check with your principal to ensure courses meet recertification requirements prior to enrolling.

Face-to-Face Evening/Weekend Courses

Offered evenings on the VHCC campus or in off-campus classroom space. All courses listed here begin at 4 p.m. or later. The schedule is subject to change. Please go the Fall 2015 link at www.vhcc.edu/schedule for exact start times and locations or to view a complete listing of all classes offered.

ACC 211-20 Principles of Accounting I
ACC 231-01 Cost Accounting I
ACC 261-20 Principles of Federal Taxation I
ADJ 100-20 Survey of Criminal Justice
ASL 101-71 American Sign Language I
ASL 201-71 American Sign Language III
BIO 101-20 General Biology I
BIO 101-S42 General Biology I
BIO 141-20 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BUS 241-S42 Business Law I
CHD 120-20 Introduction To Early Childhood Education
CHD 205-20 Guiding The Behavior of Children
DRF 161-71 Blueprint Reading I
DRF 161-71 Blueprint Reading I
EDU 235-20 Health Safety and Nutrition Education
ENG 111-20 College Composition I
GOL 105-20 Physical Geology
HIS 101-20 History of Western Civilization I
HIS 122-20 United States History II
HLT 105-71 CPR (American Heart Association)
HLT 105-72 CPR (American Heart Association)
HLT 105-73 CPR (American Heart Association)
HLT 105-75 CPR (American Heart Association)
HLT 106-71 First Aid and Safety (American Red Cross)
HMS 100-20 Introduction To Human Services
HRT 260-20 Introduction To Floral Design
ITN 106-20 Microcomputer Operating Systems
ITN 107-20 Personal Computer Hardware & Troubleshooting
MEC 161-72 Basic Fluid Mechanics
MEC 161-72 Basic Fluid Mechanics
MUS 121-20 Music Appreciation I
MUS 131-20 Class Voice I
MUS 249-01 Band Ensemble
PED 129-20 Self-Defense
PED 130-06 Beginning Motorcycle Riding
PED 130-07 Beginning Motorcycle Riding
PED 130-08 Beginning Motorcycle Riding
PSY 231-20 Life Span Human Development
PSY 231-21 Life Span Human Development
PSY 231-22 Life Span Human Development Δ
SPA 201-20 Intermediate Spanish I

Please Note: Courses listed with the symbol are 10-week courses that begin September 30. Courses listed with the Δ symbol are offered at the Summit Center in Marion.

Online Courses
Offered completely online. No on-campus sessions are required. Go to the Spring 2015 link at www.vhcc.edu/schedule for start dates.

ART 202-40 History of Art II
AST 101-40 Keyboarding I
AST 107-40 Editing/Proofreading Skills
AST 114-40 Keyboarding For Information
AST 154-40 Introduction to Voice Recognition Software
AST 205-40 Business Communications
AST 230-40 Intro to Office Technology (AST 230)
AST 232-40 Microcomputer Office Applications
AST 238-40 Word Processing Advanced
AST 271-40 Medical Office Procedures I
BIO 102-40 General Biology II
BUS 205-40 Human Resource Management
CHI 101-E05A Beginning Chinese
CST 100-40 Principles of Public Speaking
ECO 201-40 Principles of Economics I
ECO 202-40 Principles of Economics II
ENG 111-40 College Composition I
ENG 111-41 College Composition I
ENG 111-42 College Composition I
ENG 112-40 College Composition II
ENG 112-41 College Composition II
ENG 241-40 Survey of American Literature I
ENG 243-40 Survey of English Literature I
ENG 251-40 Survey of World Literature I
FRE 101-E06A Beginning French I
GEO 210-40 People and The Land
GER 101-E05W Beginning German I
GIS 200-E05L Geographical Information Systems I
GIS 201-EW1A Geographical Information Systems II
GOL 111-E05L Oceanography I
GOL 112-E05L Oceanography II
HIM 130-40 Healthcare Information Systems
HIM 150-40 Health Records Management
HIM 151-40 Reimbursement Issues in Medical Practice Management
HIM 253-40 Health Records Coding
HIS 121-40 United States History I
HIS 122-40 United States History II
HLT 110-40 Concepts of Personal & Community Health
HLT 110-41 Concepts of Personal & Community Health  
HLT 121-40 Introduction To Drug Use and Abuse
HLT 143-40 Medical Terminology I

HLT 143-41 Medical Terminology I
HLT 230-40 Principles of Nutrition and Human Development
ITD 110-40 Web Page Design I
ITE 115-40 Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts
ITE 115-41 Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts
ITE 115-42 Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts
ITE 119-40 Information Literacy
ITE 119-41 Information Literacy
ITE 150-40 Desktop Database Software
ITE 182-40 User Support/Help Desk Principles
ITN 154-40 Networking Fundamentals - CISCO
ITP 100-E05A Software Design
ITP 120-40 Java Programming I JPN 102-E05A Beginning Japanese II
LGL 110-EW1A Intro To Law and The Legal
LGL 127-EW1A Legal Research and Writing LGL 130-EW1A Law Office
Administration and
MTH 126-40 Mathematics For Allied Health MTH 141-40 Business
Mathematics I
MTH 146-40 Intro To Elem Statistics
MTH 151-40 Mathematics For The Liberal Arts I
MTH 158-40 College Algebra
MTH 163-40 Precalculus I
MTH 241-40 Statistics I
MUS 121-40 Music Appreciation I
NAS 125-E05L Meteorology
PHI 100-40 Introduction to Philosophy
PHT 101-E05W Photography I
PLS 211-40 U.S. Government I
PSY 200-40 Principles of Psychology
PSY 231-40 Life Span Human Development
PSY 231-41 Life Span Human Development
PSY 232-40 Life Span Human Development II
PSY 235-40 Child Psychology
REA 100-E05N Principles of Real Estate
REL 200-40 Survey of The Old Testament
REL 210-40 Survey of The New Testament
REL 230-40 Religions of The World
SOC 200-40 Principles of Sociology
SOC 235-40 Juvenile Delinquency
TRV 100-E40N Introduction To The Travel Industry

Please Note: Courses listed with the ≈ symbol are 10-week courses that begin September 30. Courses listed with the Δ symbol are offered at the Summit Center in Marion.

Hybrid Classes
(Both online and on-campus sessions required. Go to the Fall 2015 link at www.vhcc.edu/schedule  for start dates)

ACC 211-50 Principles of Accounting I
BIO 101-50 General Biology I
BIO 101-51 General Biology I
BIO 141-50 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 141-51 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 
BUS 100-50 Introduction To Business
BUS 111-50 Principles of Supervision I
BUS 117-50 Human Relations/Leadership Development
CHM 111-50 College Chemistry I
CST 110-S45H Introduction to Communication Δ
EDU 295-50 Topics in Teaching on the Crooked Road
HIM 113-50 Medical Terminology and Disease Processes
HIS 111-50 History of World Civilization I
HIS 121-50 United States History I
HLT 143-50 Medical Terminology I
HRT 246-50 Herbaceous Plants
HRT 247-50 Indoor Plants
HRT 259-50 Arboriculture
ITE 115-S45H Intro to Computer Applications and Concepts Δ
MKT 100-50 Principles of Marketing
MUS 163-50 Guitar Theory and Practice I
PHY 121-50 Principles of Physics I
PHY 201-50 General College Physics I
PHY 231-50 General University Physics I
SPA 101-50 Beginning Spanish I

Please Note: Courses listed with the ≈ symbol are 10-week courses that begin September 30. Courses listed with the Δ symbol are offered at the Summit Center in Marion.

Affordable. Flexible. Close to Home.
VHCC is proud to offer quality education programs at a fraction of the cost of most four-year colleges and universities. In fact, tuition for Fall 2015 is just $145.50 per credit for Virginia residents and $340.10 per credit for out-of-state residents. Residents of Tennessee’s Sullivan and Johnson counties receive a special rate of $163.50 per credit. Affordable, close to home, flexible scheduling. What more could you ask for?

Are you ready to get started? If you’ve never taken a credit course at VHCC before, please begin by completing the online application available at www.vhcc.edu/apply. Be sure to discuss your class choice with your school principal or other qualified administrator to verify it will meet recertification requirements, then give us a call to complete the enrollment process.

The Division of Workforce Training & Continuing Education at VHCC
(276) 739-2430 • workforce@vhcc.edu  
Please go to www.vhcc.edu/schedule to view the full class schedule.

Please note that tuition is set by the State Board for Community Colleges in May and the rates listed above are subject to change.

Download the Brochure - [pdf]


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