Spring 2021 – Class Schedule

We offer the classes below to qualifying NYC Department of Education public high school juniors and seniors.

Classes will be offered online for the Spring 2021 semester.

ELC 15 - Computer Applications in Technology (2 Credits)

Tuesday/Thursday 4:00 p.m. – 5:55 p.m

In an increasingly high-tech and competitive world, learning computer skills has become not only an asset, but a necessity in today’s society. Computer literacy helps to establish both analytical and technical skills required for interactive learning and student achievement. Register for a morning college level course ELC 15: Computer Applications in Technology (2 credits) and learn how to create business documents, spreadsheets, graphs, databases and presentations. In the afternoon, take our exciting workshop where students learn to work in teams within a simulated business environment. This five-week program helps students to develop 21st century computer and entrepreneurial skills. Students will gain valuable experience in exploring various job and career opportunities in a virtual business setting.

Eligibility:  NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have a score of 60+ on ONE of the Math Common Core, 65+ on the English Language Arts (ELA) Regents and overall H.S. average of 75+

OR

60+ on ONE of the Math Common Core, 65+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 75+

ART 84 - Digital Imaging (2 Credits)

Tuesday/Thursday 4:00 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.

This course is concerned with Digital Imaging for Print, the World Wide Web and Multimedia. Students will experiment with scanned and self-generated images using industry-standard (currently Photoshop) imaging software. Integration with other applications will be a goal. The software programs’ prodigious versatility will be applied to the merging and transformation of photographic images in creative and unexpected ways. Professional level skills in this area, vital to a graphic design professional will be emphasized.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have a score of 60+ on ONE of the Math Common Core, 65+ on the English Language Arts (ELA) Regents and overall H.S. average of 75+

OR

60+ on ONE of the Math Common Core, 65+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 75+

SOC 11 - Introduction to Sociology (3 Credits)

Monday/Wednesday 4:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.

How do you relate to all of the social changes that take place in the world? One way to figure this out is through and introduction to the scientific study of human life as a form of group life.  Students will examine the relationship between culture and individual personality; courtship, marriage and the family; religious behavior; education and communication; and theories of social stratification and social change.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have passed the NYS English Language Arts (ELA) Regents with a score of 70+ and have an overall H.S. average of 75+

OR

75+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 75+

MKT 11 - Principles of Marketing (3 Credits)

Tuesday/Thursday 4:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.

This course is an introduction to the role and scope of marketing in a rapidly changing and challenging environment. Designed to set an overall framework for further studies in the marketing “field,” this course surveys broad marketing issues and focuses on the planning and implementation of product, promotion, pricing, and distribution strategies.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have passed the NYS English Language Arts (ELA) Regents with a score of 70+ and have an overall H.S. average of 75+

OR

75+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 75+

CRJ 11 - Introduction to Criminal Justice (3 Credits)

Monday/Wednesday 4:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.

This course familiarizes students with the American criminal justice system. The course introduces students to the theories, concepts, and ways to measure crime. It introduces students to the three main institutions of the criminal justice system: the police, the courts, and corrections. Emphasis is placed on the criminal justice process and how the various institutions of criminal justice interact.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have passed the NYS English Language Arts (ELA) Regents with a score of 70+ and have an overall H.S. average of 75+

OR

75+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 75+

PSY 11 - Introduction to Psychology (3 Credits)

Monday/Wednesday 4:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.

How can you be understood scientifically? This introductory course explores the role the scientific method has played in shaping how we understand human behavior, paying particular attention to the growth and development of personal motivation, the emotions and mental health, learning, intelligence, and personality evaluation.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school juniors and seniors who have passed the NYS English Language Arts (ELA) Regents with a score of 75+ and have an overall H.S. average of 85+

OR

75+ all completed English courses and overall H.S. average of 85+

FYS 11 - First Year Seminar (1 Credit)

Wednesday 4:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

The FYS 11 is a one-credit college course that prepares students for college and career exploration. The goal of FYS is to help students learn skills and strategies needed to be successful in college. During the course of the semester, students will develop self-awareness, academic skills, and good habits such as time management, planning for the future, and communication skills.

Eligibility: NYC Department of Education high school sophomores with an overall H.S. average of 75+

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