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Architectural Expression (Summer Semester) Class number: AES 19902 Credits: 6      
 Days: M, T, W, Th           Times: 9 – 12 and 1 – 4


This architecture and design program involves a series of exercises that incorporate issues of critical thinking, aesthetics, structural integrity, and the inherent properties of material. There will be substantial readings that corresponded to the curriculum. Drawing exercises will be conducted, and formal architectural theory will be investigated. There will be visits to sites of architectural interest. Students will be assigned two major and concurrent design projects which will culminate in an exhibition, presentation, and criticism that will take place at the end of the program. Credits are elective in nature and are applicable to future degree study at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at The City College of New York.


Biology: Class number: BIO 10004   Credits: 3              
Days: Saturday     
 

A course for non-science majors that emphasizes the function of the human body. Medical issues relating to personal and community health, as well as ethical issues will be discussed.
 

**Introduction to Business, Class number: BUS 10                     Credits: 3              
Days: Saturday     

The students will discuss and analyze problems relating to financing and operating a business, and will demonstrate knowledge of the functions of a business including terms, such as human resources and market management. The student will explain the principles of business management, such as planning, staffing, organizing, directing, and decision-making. The students will participate in individual and group written analysis and oral presentation of cases. The student will also apply analytical thinking by solving business problems using microcomputers and a laboratory setting.

Introduction to Business is a course provided by Bronx Community College (BCC)

Freshman Composition,     Class number: ENGL 11000      Credits: 3       
Days: Saturday or Monday and Friday

The longer paper, and practice in essay forms. The students will develop strategies for reading, drafting, collaborating, revising and editing.  Students will explore and analyze, in writing and reading a variety of genres and rhetorical situations.

 

The Heritage of the Spanish Antilles,  Class number:  LALS 10100           Credits: 3              
Days: Saturday     
 

The historical, cultural and ethnic forces that have shaped the character of the Hispanic people of the Caribbean. The variety of societies and cultures of the Hispanic Caribbean in their historical and contemporary settings up to and including the migration of Caribbean people to urban North America.  

 

Ideas of Physics (Spring Semester)   Class number:  PHYS 10000               Credits: 3              
Days:  Saturday   
 

A course with two themes: 1. How nature works the interplay of space, time, matter and energy; 2. Structures are born, live out their life cycles, and die. These include us, the stars, and perhaps the universe. This theme may be called the scientific story of genesis.                      

                                                                                                                               

Applications of Psychology in the Modern World, Class number PSY 10200        Credits: 3              
Days: Saturday or    Monday and Friday                
 

An introduction to the study of human development and learning, personality and motivation, sex differences, attitudes, aggressions, interpersonal attraction, behavior in groups and work settings, abnormal behavior and its treatment.  Emphasis on the ways in which psychological theory and research can be applied to individual and social problems.

College Now offers the following FREE courses:


Architecture (Summer Semester)

Biology

Freshman Composition (English)

Latino Studies

Physics (Spring Semester)

Psychology



EXCEPT WHERE NOTED, COURSES REQUIRE A MINIMUM 80 GPA AND A MINIMUM 75 ON THE ELA REGENTS OR 480 ON THE PSAT E-BRW OR SAT OR 20 OR THE ACT .
                                                                                                                                                                                                 

**No GPA required. Minimum ELA Regents or PSAT/SAT or ACT score still required