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Class Schedule

Welcome to the CVCC Online Class Schedule. Here you can view the entire class schedule for current terms. The listed information is updated daily and for reference purposes only. For “live” class schedule data with current enrollment capacities and enhanced class search functionality please view our live schedule webpage.   For information on applying to the college and enrolling in classes please visit our Start Here page, or call the Advising Services at 434.832.7800, Mon. 8:00 AM-7:00 PM and Tue.-Fri. 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.

For detailed information about each course, use the new Class Search tool linked above.

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CLS # Class-Sec Course Title Cr Location Times(Days) Instructor
Administrative Support Tech (AST)
61493 AST  205-01WA Business Communications 3 Virtual Lester
Students should log into this Canvas course on the first day of classes. E-mail instructor at LesterB@centralvirginia.edu using your CVCC e-mail account with questions.
Business Management & Admin (BUS)
61497 BUS  100-01HA Introduction To Business 3 Main Campus: 2408 9:30-10:45am (T) Lester
Hybrid - combines on-campus instruction and online instruction (using Canvas).
61498 BUS  100-02WA Introduction To Business 3 Virtual Lester
Students should log into this Canvas course on the first day of classes. E-mail instructor at LesterB@centralvirginia.edu using your CVCC e-mail account with questions.
61501 BUS  200-01WA Principles of Management 3 Virtual Lester
Students should log into this Canvas course on the first day of classes. E-mail instructor at LesterB@centralvirginia.edu using your CVCC e-mail account with questions.
68741 BUS  240-01WA Introduction to Business Law 3 Virtual Lester
Students should log into this Canvas course on the first day of classes. E-mail instructor at LesterB@centralvirginia.edu using your CVCC e-mail account with questions. BUS 240 substitutes for BUS 241. Course description: Provides an introduction to the American legal system and the use of law to achieve economic and social goals. Highlights ethical principles and legal reasoning underlying the rights and obligations of business relationships and their effect on business decision-making. Emphasizes fundamental principles of government regulation and the court system, constitutional law, torts, criminal law, contracts, agency, employment, and property law. Lecture 3 hours per week.