Schedule of Classes

For Fall 2020, all undergraduate courses will be offered online for the fall semester, with limited exceptions. Additionally, most graduate courses will be conducted online, with certain programs holding discipline-specific in-person classes.

Delivery mode for fully online courses will be included in Schedule Details under "Building" as follows:
• "REMOTE INSTR" - courses taught fully online as part of a COVID accommodation
• "ON LINE" - courses which are part of an online degree program or courses that have historically been offered online
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STATUS CRN SUBJECT SECT COURSE CREDIT INSTR. BLDG/RM DAY/TIME FROM / TO
OPEN 30410 PSPR 6205 PR Fundamentals of Business and Management for Public Relations and Public Affairs 3.00 Vahouny Mondloch, K ARLGTN 606 T
07:10PM - 09:40PM
05/18/20 - 07/25/20
Comments: As an accommodation in light of the COVID-19 crisis, this course will be taught in an online format. Registration restricted to graduate students only. This course is being taught at the Arlington Graduate Education Center.
   

OPEN 30411 PSPR 6206 PR Ethical Standards in Public Relations and Public Affairs 3.00 Prewett, C ARLGTN 610 M
07:10PM - 09:40PM
05/18/20 - 07/25/20
Comments: As an accommodation in light of the COVID-19 crisis, this course will be taught in an online format. Registration restricted to graduate students only. This course is being taught at the Arlington Graduate Education Center.
   

OPEN 32889 PSPR 6223 PR Public Opinion and Political Socialization 3.00 Zingman, B ARLGTN R
07:10PM - 09:40PM
05/18/20 - 07/25/20
Comments: As an accommodation in light of the COVID-19 crisis, this course will be taught in an online format. Registration restricted to graduate students only. This course is being taught at the Arlington Graduate Education Center.
   

 
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