Online VEO Class Schedule for Fall 2019

CE 5000: Mgmt Large-Scale Construction 600 18801 Arsalan Heydarian T/Th 2-3:15pm
CE 5020: Introduction to GIS 600 16637 John Miller T/Th 9:30-10:45am
CE 5320: Adv Reinforced Concrete Design 600 18648 Jose Gomez M/W/F 11-11:50am
CE 5340: Adv Topics in Structural Eng 600 18802 Jose Gomez M/W 8:30-9:45am
CE 5400: Traffic Operations 600 18803 Byungkyu Park T/Th 11am-12:15pm
CE 6030: Green Eng & Sustainability 600 18804 Andres Clarens M/W 2-3:15pm
CE 6470: Transport Econ & Finance 600 16688 Tong Chen T/Th 12:30-1:45pm
CE 6500: Remote Sensing for Envir Engrs 600 18800 Venkataraman Lakshmi T/Th 2-3:15pm
CHE 5561: Crystallization Proc in CHE 600 19305 Gaurav Giri M/W/F 10-10:50am
CHE 6625: Transport Processes 600 18668 Matthew Lazzara M/W 9:30-10:45am
ECE 6163: Solid State Devices 600 16759 Avik Ghosh M/W 12:30-1:45pm
ECE 6501: Photonics I 600 18691 Mool Gupta T/Th 3:30-4:45pm
ECE 6713: Communication Systems Eng 600 16689 Stephen Wilson T/Th 3:30-4:45pm
ECE 6851: Linear Automatic Control Syst 600 16434 Gang Tao T/Th 11am-12:15pm
ECE 6852: Linear State Space Control Syst 600 16684 Gang Tao M/W 2-3:15pm
MSE 6120: Characterization of Mtrls 600 18745 Jim FitzGerald T/Th 2-3:15pm
MSE 6270: Intro to Atomistic Simulations 600 18750 Leonid Zhigilei M/W 3:30-4:45pm
MSE 6592: Dielectrics, Electronic Oxides 600 18751 Jon Ihlefeld T/Th 12:30-1:45pm
MSE 6592: High Temperature Oxidation 601 18753 Elizabeth Opila M/W 9:30-10:45am
MAE 6410: Engineering Mathematics I 600 16550 Houston Wood T/Th 12:30-1:45pm
MAE 6620: Linear State Space Systems 600 16473 Gang Tao M/W 2-3:15pm
SYS 6581: Principles of Modeling for CPS 600 16645 Madhur Behl T/Th 2-3:15pm


Our Virginia Engineering Online (VEO) distance learning courses may be delivered in one of three ways. Your participation will depend on the course instructor.

1. Interactive – You attend class in real-time, along side our on-grounds students, and are able to interact with the instructor and students from your computer.

2. Streaming – You attend class in real-time, but no interactions with the instructor or student are required.

3. Asynchronous – Class content is prepared in advance and you view it at your convenience.

Most distance learning courses are delivered in a real-time, interactive format. UVA believes that there is educational value in real-time interaction between faculty and students and between students. However, our Interactive and Streaming classes are ordinarily available as recordings after class is held, and so they too can be taken asynchronously, if necessary, with prior approval from the course instructor.