Queensborough Community College Winter Session Courses

QCC Winter Session

Make The Most Of Your Winter Break!
QCC Winter Session January 2-23, 2014
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In Queensborough's three-week Winter Session, you can advance toward your academic goals in the intensive, fast-paced Winter Session at Queensborough Community College.

The QCC Winter Session offers students an opportunity to earn academic credit in courses that are in high demand, to accelerate degree completion, or to pursue topics of personal interest. There are over 40 Winter Session courses at Queensborough Community College in a wide variety of academic disciplines.

Queensborough's Winter Session offers you an accelerated learning experience and the ability to:

Who is Eligible for Winter Session?

How Do I Apply for Winter Session?

Current QCC Students should register via CUNYfirst. Advisement is not required.

Current CUNY Students attending a CUNY College other than QCC should register via ePermit.

Visiting Students: Visiting students who are current undergraduates at a non-CUNY college/university should submit their application here. Visiting students are waived from prerequisites.

Non-degree Students: Non-degree students should submit their application here.

When Do Classes Begin?

The Winter Session begins on January 2, 2014

What Classes are being Offered?

The winter schedule of classes is available for review here. (QCC Students: Please check CUNYfirst for updates)

For questions: admissions@qcc.cuny.edu

Registration Information and Helpful Links:

http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/cunyfirst/IntroVideo.html - How to register using CUNYfirst

http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/StudentSupport/CUNYFirst/index.html - CUNYfirst support/help


Subject Catalog Class Title Section Class # Days Times
ANTH 101

      GENERAL ANTHRO

ANTH-101 Anthropology (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A survey of peoples and cultures, past and present,
from many parts of the world. The student is
introduced to the study of humankind through the
four-discipline approach: sociocultural anthropology,
linguistic anthropology, physical anthropology, and
archeology. Critical issues concerning human behavior
are explored, such as the ecological crisis or the clash of traditional and modern values in today’s world.

JAN1 18231 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:00 AM
AR 310

      Introductory Survey of Art (2C)

3 class hours 3 credits
Corequisite: BE-112 (or BE-205) and BE-122 (or BE-226), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A one-semester survey of the basic principles of art; a study of the art of various cultures through analysis of individual works of painting, sculpture, and architecture.

JAN1 46046 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:50PM
BI 110

      FUND LIFE SCI

BI-110 Fundamentals of Life Science (2E2)
3 class hours 3 credits

Students who feel they need to reinforce their science background are urged to take BI-110 either before or with the indicated courses. Presents basic concepts of the life sciences. Includes scientific measurement, the properties of matter and energy on which life is dependent, and
levels of organization. Especially recommended for those students who plan to take additional courses in the life sciences. Credit will not be given to students who have
successfully completed BI-140, BI-160, BI-201,

JAN1 18140 MTuWThF 10:10 AM -1:20PM
BU 201

      Business Organization and Management

3 class hours 3 credits

Structure and character of modern business; business and its relationship to other social organizations; how businesses are organized and managed; human factors in business and industry; management and the decision-making process; planning, organizing, programming, and controlling processes; production, financing, and marketing considerations in operation of business enterprises.

JANA 45710 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:50PM
BU 512

      Introduction to Information Systems and Technologies

3 class hours 1 laboratory hour 3 credit

Introduction to how today’s businesses use ever-changing technology to operate, compete, and do business. Students will learn the differences between the major types of hardware, software, and network solutions that meet business needs. Students will learn why familiarity with today's information systems has become indispensable for tomorrow’s business leaders due to the rapid developments in Information technology (IT).

JANA 45711 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -12:45PM
CH 127

      INTRO COL CHEM

CH-127 Introductory College Chemistry2 (1C & 2E3)
3 class hours 3 laboratory hours 4.5 credits

Recommended for students in Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology program, and others planning to pursue careers in Allied Health curricula. Also recommended for those who expect to take CH-128 (Introductory Organic Chemistry). Students majoring in curricula other than Allied Health should register for CH-101 & CH-102; CH-103 & CH-104; CH-110 & CH-111; CH-120 & CH-121. Not open to students who have completed CH-120; CH-151,CH-152;CH-251,CH-252.

The basic principles and theories of college chemistry are covered, with emphasis on topics related to biological sciences. Topics include atomic structure, bonding, gas laws, solutions, and acid-base theory.

JA2 18137 MTuWThF 3:10 PM - 6:00 PM
CH 127

      INTRO COL CHEM

CH-127 Introductory College Chemistry2 (1C & 2E3)
3 class hours 3 laboratory hours 4.5 credits

Recommended for students in Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology program, and others planning to pursue careers in Allied Health curricula. Also recommended for those who expect to take CH-128 (Introductory Organic Chemistry). Students majoring in curricula other than Allied Health should register for CH-101 & CH-102; CH-103 & CH-104; CH-110 & CH-111; CH-120 & CH-121. Not open to students who have completed CH-120; CH-151,CH-152;CH-251,CH-252.

The basic principles and theories of college chemistry are covered, with emphasis on topics related to biological sciences. Topics include atomic structure, bonding, gas laws, solutions, and acid-base theory.

JN1 18138 MTuWThF 6:10 PM- 9:00 PM
CRIM 101

      INTR AMER. CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRIM-101 Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System4 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Offered as needed
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or satisfactory score on the
CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

This course is an introductory survey of the American criminal justice system with a view to its social and institutional context and its structure and functioning. The course provides an overview of the foundations and components of the criminal justice system, including (substantive and procedural) criminal law, police, courts and corrections. The main emphasis will be placed on the criminal justice process and how the various institutions of criminal justice interact. Key issues will be addressed as they arise at different stages of the process, such as the conflict between crime control and due process, and conflicts related to, for example, gender, class and ethnicity.

This course will satisfy the Social Sciences elective requirement for all QCC degree programs.

JAN1 18234 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:00 AM
CRIM 101

      INTR AMER. CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRIM-101 Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System4 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Offered as needed
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or satisfactory score on the
CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

This course is an introductory survey of the American criminal justice system with a view to its social and institutional context and its structure and functioning. The course provides an overview of the foundations and components of the criminal justice system, including (substantive and procedural) criminal law, police, courts and corrections. The main emphasis will be placed on the criminal justice process and how the various institutions of criminal justice interact. Key issues will be addressed as they arise at different stages of the process, such as the conflict between crime control and due process, and conflicts related to, for example, gender, class and ethnicity.

This course will satisfy the Social Sciences elective requirement for all QCC degree programs.

JAN2 18236 MTuWThF 6:10 PM -9:00 PM
CRIM 102

      CRIMINOLOGY

3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisites: BE-122 (or BE-226),
or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

An introduction to the study of crime. Focuses on theories and research concerning the nature, causes, treatment and prevention of crime. This course will satisfy the Social Sciences elective requirement for all QCC degree programs.

JAN1 18237 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:00 AM
DAN 111

      INTRO ART OF DANCE

DAN-111 Introduction to the Art of Dance
3 class hours 3 credits

May be used to fulfill requirements for graduation in the Liberal Arts and Sciences degree programs (A.A. and A.S.), and certain others. May also be used to fulfill elective credits in liberal arts and sciences. Does not fulfill the physical education requirement for any curriculum.
A study of dance as an art form. Includes an introduction to theories and styles of dance from primitive cultures to avant-garde. Relationship of dance to music, fine art, and theater discussed and clarified through film showings, selected readings, and attendance at dance performances. No previous experience required.

JAN 18213 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 1:00 PM
ECO 101

      INTRO MACRO ECONOMICS

ECON-101 Introduction to
Macroeconomics3 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A study of factors determining national output,
income, employment, and prices; the impact of
government spending, taxation, and monetary policy;
the banking system; economic growth; international
trade.

JAN1 18239 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:00 AM
ECO  101

      INTRO MACRO ECONOMICS

ECON-101 Introduction to
Macroeconomics3 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A study of factors determining national output,
income, employment, and prices; the impact of
government spending, taxation, and monetary policy;
the banking system; economic growth; international
trade.

JAN2 18240 MTuWThF 6:10 PM -9:00 PM
ECO  102

      INTRO MACRO ECONOMICS

ECON-101 Introduction to
Macroeconomics3 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A study of factors determining national output,
income, employment, and prices; the impact of
government spending, taxation, and monetary policy;
the banking system; economic growth; international
trade.

JAN1 18241 MTuWThF 9:10 AM -11:00 AM
EN 101

      ENGL COMP 1

EN-101 English Composition I2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: A score of 480 on the SAT, or 75% on the New York State English Regents, or a passing score on the CUNY/ACT Writing and Reading tests. Note: Credit will not be given to students who have successfully completed EN-103.

Development of a process for producing intelligent essays that are clearly and effectively written; library work; 6,000 words of writing, both in formal themes written for evaluation and in informal writing such as the keeping of a journal. During the conference hour, students review grammar and syntax, sentence structure, paragraph development and organization, and the formulation of thesis statements.

JNAL 18831 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
ENGL COMP 1 (conference hour) required for lecture above JNAC 18832 MTuWThF 11:50 AM - 12:50 PM
EN 101

      ENGL COMP 1

EN-101 English Composition I2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: A score of 480 on the SAT, or 75% on the New York State English Regents, or a passing score on the CUNY/ACT Writing and Reading tests. Note: Credit will not be given to students who have successfully completed EN-103.

Development of a process for producing intelligent essays that are clearly and effectively written; library work; 6,000 words of writing, both in formal themes written for evaluation and in informal writing such as the keeping of a journal. During the conference hour, students review grammar and syntax, sentence structure, paragraph development and organization, and the formulation of thesis statements.

JNBL 18835 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
ENGL COMP 1 (conference hour) required for lecture above JNBC 18836 MTuWThF 11:50 AM - 12:50 PM
EN 101

      ENGL COMP 1

EN-101 English Composition I2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: A score of 480 on the SAT, or 75% on the New York State English Regents, or a passing score on the CUNY/ACT Writing and Reading tests. Note: Credit will not be given to students who have successfully completed EN-103.

Development of a process for producing intelligent essays that are clearly and effectively written; library work; 6,000 words of writing, both in formal themes written for evaluation and in informal writing such as the keeping of a journal. During the conference hour, students review grammar and syntax, sentence structure, paragraph development and organization, and the formulation of thesis statements.

JNCL 18838 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
ENGL COMP 1 (conference hour) required for lecture above JNCC 18840 MTuWThF 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM
EN 101

      ENGL COMP 1

EN-101 English Composition I2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: A score of 480 on the SAT, or 75% on the New York State English Regents, or a passing score on the CUNY/ACT Writing and Reading tests. Note: Credit will not be given to students who have successfully completed EN-103.

Development of a process for producing intelligent essays that are clearly and effectively written; library work; 6,000 words of writing, both in formal themes written for evaluation and in informal writing such as the keeping of a journal. During the conference hour, students review grammar and syntax, sentence structure, paragraph development and organization, and the formulation of thesis statements.

JNDL 25277 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
ENGL COMP 1 (conference hour) required for lecture above JNDC 25278 MTuWThF 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM
EN 102

      ENG COMP 2 INTR LT

EN-102 English Composition II: Introduction to Literature2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: EN-101

Continued practice in writing combined with an introduction to literature: fiction, drama, and poetry. During the conference hour, students review basic elements of writing and analytical and critical reading skills and research strategies.

JNAL 19006 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
ENG COMP 2 INTR LT (conference hour) required for lecture above JNAC 19005 MTuWThF 11:50 AM - 12:50 PM
EN 102

      ENG COMP 2 INTR LT

EN-102 English Composition II: Introduction to Literature2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: EN-101

Continued practice in writing combined with an introduction to literature: fiction, drama, and poetry. During the conference hour, students review basic elements of writing and analytical and critical reading skills and research strategies.

JNBL 18943 MTuWThF 10:10 AM -12:50 PM
ENG COMP 2 INTR LT (conference hour) required for lecture above JNBC 18969 MTuWThF 1:50 PM - 2:50 PM
EN 102

      ENG COMP 2 INTR LT

EN-102 English Composition II: Introduction to Literature2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: EN-101

Continued practice in writing combined with an introduction to literature: fiction, drama, and poetry. During the conference hour, students review basic elements of writing and analytical and critical reading skills and research strategies.

JNCL 18984 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
ENG COMP 2 INTR LT (conference hour) required for lecture above JNCC 18985 MTuWThF 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM
EN 102

      ENG COMP 2 INTR LT

EN-102 English Composition II: Introduction to Literature2 (1A1)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: EN-101

Continued practice in writing combined with an introduction to literature: fiction, drama, and poetry. During the conference hour, students review basic elements of writing and analytical and critical reading skills and research strategies.

JNDL 18990 MTuWThF 12:10 PM - 2:50 PM
ENG COMP 2 INTR LT (conference hour) required for lecture above JNDC 19004 MTuWThF 2:50 PM - 3:50 PM
EN 201

      CREAT WRIT FICTION

EN-201 Creative Writing: Fiction
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits

Themes and conferences required Prerequisite: EN-102 Offered as needed Critical study of the short story, novella, and novel with emphasis on techniques helpful to young writers. Students submit samples of their work for classroom discussion.

JANA 19012 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 1:45 PM
EN 216

      POPULAR CULTURE

3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: EN-102

A critical study of the pervasive role the popular arts play in our lives, with emphasis on a rhetorical approach to the mass media. Students will write about the contemporary arts and related issues.

JANA 19013 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
EN 302

      READGS IN DRAMA

3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Themes and conferences required Prerequisite: EN-102

Critical study of the genre of dramatic literature from the Greeks to the Moderns.

JANA 19014 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
HE 102

      HEALTH, BEHAVIOR AND SOCIETY

2 class hours 2 credits Corequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test. Students may not receive credit for both HE-101 and HE-102

This fundamental course focuses on the relationship between health and human behavior by exploring the psychological, biological, and socio-cultural perspectives of health. Topics for discussion emphasize disease prevention and lifelong health promotion for the individual and the community. Learning experiences are designed to enable students to develop analytical reasoning skills in order to make informed health decisions and to promote and maintain wellness across diverse
cultures. This course will examine major health areas of importance to the individual and society including nutrition, mental health, stress, sexuality, exercise science and addictions.

JAN1 18195 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 11:50 AM
HE 102

      HEALTH, BEHAVIOR AND SOCIETY

2 class hours 2 credits Corequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test. Students may not receive credit for both HE-101 and HE-102

This fundamental course focuses on the relationship between health and human behavior by exploring the psychological, biological, and socio-cultural perspectives of health. Topics for discussion emphasize disease prevention and lifelong health promotion for the individual and the community. Learning experiences are designed to enable students to develop analytical reasoning skills in order to make informed health decisions and to promote and maintain wellness across diverse
cultures. This course will examine major health areas of importance to the individual and society including nutrition, mental health, stress, sexuality, exercise science and addictions.

JAN2 18196 MTuWThF 12:10 PM - 1:50 PM
HE 102

      HEALTH, BEHAVIOR AND SOCIETY

2 class hours 2 credits Corequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test. Students may not receive credit for both HE-101 and HE-102

This fundamental course focuses on the relationship between health and human behavior by exploring the psychological, biological, and socio-cultural perspectives of health. Topics for discussion emphasize disease prevention and lifelong health promotion for the individual and the community. Learning experiences are designed to enable students to develop analytical reasoning skills in order to make informed health decisions and to promote and maintain wellness across diverse
cultures. This course will examine major health areas of importance to the individual and society including nutrition, mental health, stress, sexuality, exercise science and addictions.

JAN3 18197 MTuWThF 3:10 PM -4:50 PM
HE 110

      CARDIOPUL RESUSTN (Meets 1/10 & 1/17)

HE-110 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
1 class hour 1 credit

Basic life support knowledge and skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation developed, including artificial circulation, artificial respiration, and clearing obstructed airways. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive CPR Certification.

JAN1 18198 F 9:10 AM - 5:40 PM
HE 110

      CARDIOPUL RESUSTN (Meets 1/11 & 1/18)

HE-110 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
1 class hour    1 credit
Basic life support knowledge and skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation developed, including artificial circulation, artificial respiration, and clearing obstructed airways. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive CPR Certification.

JAN2 18199 Sa 9:10 AM - 5:40 PM
HE 110

      CARDIOPUL RESUSTN (meets 1/12 & 1/19)

HE-110 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
1 class hour 1 credit

Basic life support knowledge and skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation developed, including artificial circulation, artificial respiration, and clearing obstructed airways. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive CPR Certification.

JAN3 18200 Su 9:10 AM - 5:40 PM
HI 110

      INTR TO ANC CIVS

HI-110 Introduction to Ancient Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or  BE-205),or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A historical survey of the development of ideas and institutions in Ancient China, India, the Near East, Greece, and Rome. Emphasis is on their political, economic, social, legal, religious, cultural, and intellectual achievements. Consultation of primary
sources in translation.

JANA 18141 MTuWThF 8:10 AM - 12:40 PM
HI 110

      INTR TO ANC CIVS

HI-110 Introduction to Ancient Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or  BE-205),or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A historical survey of the development of ideas and institutions in Ancient China, India, the Near East, Greece, and Rome. Emphasis is on their political, economic, social, legal, religious, cultural, and intellectual achievements. Consultation of primary
sources in translation.

JANA 18141 MTuWThF 8:10 AM - 12:40 PM
HI 111

      INTR MED-EARL M W (Writing Intensive)

HI-111 Introduction to Medieval and Early Modern Western Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226) and BE-112 (or BE-205), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development of Western civilization from the beginning of the Middle Ages to the French Revolution; the major political, intellectual, religious, economic, and social movements which transformed Western civilization from a medieval to a modern society. Materials drawn from texts and original sources.

JANA 18142 MTuWThF 1:10 PM - 5:40 PM
HI 111

      INTRO MED-EARL M W

HI-111 Introduction to Medieval and Early Modern Western Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226) and BE-112 (or BE-205), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development of Western civilization from the beginning of the Middle Ages to the French Revolution; the major political, intellectual, religious, economic, and social movements which transformed Western civilization from a medieval to a modern society. Materials drawn from texts and original sources.

JANB 50924 MTuWThF 5:40 PM - 10:10 PM
HI 112

      INTR MOD WEST CIV

HI-112 Introduction to Modern Western Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or  BE-205), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development of Western civilization from the French Revolution. Major political, economic, intellectual, social, and scientific forces considered. Focus is on the impact of major ideologies – including liberalism, socialism, and nationalism, as well as the emergence of totalitarianism. Readings include textual and original source material.

JANA 18143 MTuWThF 8:10 AM -12:40 PM
HI 112

      INTR MOD WEST CIV (Writing Intensive)

HI-112 Introduction to Modern Western Civilization (2A1)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122  (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or BE-205),  or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development of Western civilization from the French Revolution. Major political, economic, intellectual, social, and scientific forces considered. Focus is on the impact of major ideologies – including liberalism, socialism, and nationalism, as well as the emergence of totalitarianism. Readings include textual and original source material.

JANB 18144 MTuWThF 1:10 PM - 5:40 PM
HI 127

      GROW AMER CIV I

HI-127 Growth of American Civilization I: Colonial Period
Through Reconstruction (2B2)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or  BE-226) and BE-112 (or  BE-205), 
or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development of American civilization examined from its origins through the aftermath of the Civil War. Deals with vital political, economic, social, and cultural forces and institutions. The Revolutionary era, the Constitutional period, the Jacksonian, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras, and such developments as sectionalism, nationalism, and industrialization are surveyed. Readings include textual and original source materials.

18145 MTuWThF 8:10 AM -12:40 PM
HI 128

      GROW AMER CIV II (Writing Intensive)

HI-128 Growth of American Civilization II: Reconstruction To the Present (2B2)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122  (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or  BE-205), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

The development and growth of modern American civilization examined. Emphasis is on social, political, cultural, and economic forces that have shaped the nation, concentrating on both internal developments and the roots of American expansion
abroad. Themes discussed include immigration, nativism, the changing role of women, the Great Depression, the New Deal, America’s wars, the United States as a world leader, civil rights and the growth of popular cultures. Readings include textual
and original source materials.

JANA 18146 MTuWThF 1:10 PM - 5:40 PM
HI 185

      THE HOLOCAUST

HI-185 The Holocaust (2D2)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or  BE-226) and BE-112  (or  BE-205), or satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

A study of the origins, events, results of and reactions to the Holocaust. Among topics discussed are: the sources of anti-Semitism found in antiquity, the Middle Ages, and early modern Europe; racism in the nineteenth century, the development of the modern German state; the rise of Nazism, the process of genocide, the ghetto, Jewish resistance, and Christian efforts to aid the Jews; the world’s reaction to the Holocaust; the effects on the survivors and their children; the literature of and the literary responses to the Holocaust and historical parallels. Readings include texts and literary and historical sources; films and eyewitness testimony are a significant part of the course.

JANA 19668 MTuWThF 5:10 PM - 9:40 PM
LF 111

      ELEM FRENCH I

LF-111 Elementary French I
4 class hours 4 credits

Elements of French grammar; learning to understand and speak the language. Intensive oral practice, as well as practice in writing simple compositions. Weekly attendance in the language laboratory is required.

JAN2 37050 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
LF 112

       ELEM FRENCH II

LF-112 Elementary French II
4 class hours 4 credits
Prerequisites: LF-111 (or the equivalent), with a grade of C or
better Continuation of LF-111. Weekly attendance in the
language laboratory is required.

JAN2 37056 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
LI 111

       ELEM ITALIAN 1

LI-111 Elementary Italian I
4 class hours 4 credits

Introduction to reading, writing, and speaking the language; study of the grammar; oral practice. Weekly attendance in the Language Laboratory is required.

JAN2 37065 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
LS 111

      ELEM SPANISH I

LS-111 Elementary Spanish I
4 class hours 4 credits

Elements of Spanish grammar and orthography with emphasis on everyday practical vocabulary. Intensive aural-oral practice. Weekly attendance in the Language Laboratory is required.

JAN2 37071 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
LS 112

      ELEM SPANISH II

LS-112 Elementary Spanish II
4 class hours 4 credits

Prerequisite: LS-111 or the equivalent, with a grade of C or
better Complete study of basic Spanish grammar with emphasis on everyday practical vocabulary. Weekly attendance in the Language Laboratory is required.

JAN2 37088 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:45 PM
MA 119

      COLLEGE ALGEBRA

MA-119 College Algebra4 (1B2)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-10 or exempt from remedial mathematics or
permission of Department
Corequisite: May be taken as a corequisite to MA-121.

A basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of college algebra, systems of linear equations, inequalities, linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. During the conference hour, students review properties of signed numbers, graphing of linear equations, basic geometric concepts, solution of linear equations, factoring algebraic expressions and its applications to rational expressions. A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN1 18149 MTuWThF 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 119

      COLLEGE ALGEBRA

MA-119 College Algebra4 (1B2)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-10 or exempt from remedial mathematics or
permission of Department
Corequisite: May be taken as a corequisite to MA-121.

A basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of college algebra, systems of linear equations, inequalities, linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. During the conference hour, students review properties of signed numbers, graphing of linear equations, basic geometric concepts, solution of linear equations, factoring algebraic expressions and its applications to rational expressions. A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN2 18150 MTuWThF 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 119

      COLLEGE ALGEBRA

MA-119 College Algebra4 (1B2)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-10 or exempt from remedial mathematics or
permission of Department
Corequisite: May be taken as a corequisite to MA-121.

A basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of college algebra, systems of linear equations, inequalities, linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. During the conference hour, students review properties of signed numbers, graphing of linear equations, basic geometric concepts, solution of linear equations, factoring algebraic expressions and its applications to rational expressions. A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN3 18151 MTuWThF 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 119

      COLLEGE ALGEBRA

MA-119 College Algebra4 (1B2)
3 class hours 1 conference hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-10 or exempt from remedial mathematics or
permission of Department
Corequisite: May be taken as a corequisite to MA-121.

A basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of college algebra, systems of linear equations, inequalities, linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions. During the conference hour, students review properties of signed numbers, graphing of linear equations, basic geometric concepts, solution of linear equations, factoring algebraic expressions and its applications to rational expressions. A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN3 51888 MTuWTh 4:10 PM - 9:00 PM
MA 121

      ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY

MA-121 Elementary Trigonometry
1 class hour 1 credit
Prerequisite: Intermediate algebra with a grade of C or better, or
satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II,
or permission of the Department
Corequisite: May be taken as corequisite to MA-119

This course is a basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of trigonometry, angles and their measure, basic trigonometric functions, right triangle trigonometry, graphing, and solving trigonometric equations.  A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN1 18153 TuTh 2:10 PM - 4:00 PM
MA 121

      ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY

MA-121 Elementary Trigonometry
1 class hour 1 credit
Prerequisite: Intermediate algebra with a grade of C or better, or
satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II,
or permission of the Department
Corequisite: May be taken as corequisite to MA-119

This course is a basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of trigonometry, angles and their measure, basic trigonometric functions, right triangle trigonometry, graphing, and solving trigonometric equations.  A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN2 18154 TuTh 2:10 PM - 4:00 PM
MA 121

      ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY

MA-121 Elementary Trigonometry
1 class hour 1 credit
Prerequisite: Intermediate algebra with a grade of C or better, or
satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II,
or permission of the Department
Corequisite: May be taken as corequisite to MA-119

This course is a basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of trigonometry, angles and their measure, basic trigonometric functions, right triangle trigonometry, graphing, and solving trigonometric equations.  A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN3 18155 TuTh 2:10 PM - 4:00 PM
MA 121

      ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY

MA-121 Elementary Trigonometry
1 class hour 1 credit
Prerequisite: Intermediate algebra with a grade of C or better, or
satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II,
or permission of the Department
Corequisite: May be taken as corequisite to MA-119

This course is a basic presentation of the fundamental concepts of trigonometry, angles and their measure, basic trigonometric functions, right triangle trigonometry, graphing, and solving trigonometric equations.  A graphing calculator will be required.

JAN3 51882 TuTh 11:10 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 128

      CALCULUS FOR TECH

4 class hours 4 credits
Prerequisite: MA-114 with a grade of C or better, or MA-119 and MA-121 with a grade of C or better in both courses, or satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II

Analytic geometry, curve sketching, differentiation and integration of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions, maxima/minima, related rates, rectilinear motion, the definite integral, area and volume.

JAN1 18156 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 336

      STATISTICS

MA-336 Statistics (1B2)
3 class hours 1 laboratory hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-119 with a C or better or MA-114 with a C
or better, or satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II

Introduction to statistics and the use of a professional l statistical software package. . Descriptive statistics, probability binomial and normal distributions, sampling, confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses.

JAL1 18163 MTuWThF 12:10 PM - 1:00 PM
MA 336

      STATISTICS

MA-336 Statistics (1B2)
3 class hours 1 laboratory hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-119 with a C or better or MA-114 with a C
or better, or satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II

Introduction to statistics and the use of a professional l statistical software package. . Descriptive statistics, probability binomial and normal distributions, sampling, confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses.

JAN1 18160 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:00 PM
MA 336

      STATISTICS

MA-336 Statistics (1B2)
3 class hours 1 laboratory hour 3 credits
Prerequisite: MA-119 with a C or better or MA-114 with a C
or better, or satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II

Introduction to statistics and the use of a professional l statistical software package. . Descriptive statistics, probability binomial and normal distributions, sampling, confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses.

JAN1 51884 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 12:00 PM
MA 440

      PRE CALCULUS MATH

MA-440 Pre-Calculus Mathematics3 (1B2)
3 class hours 2 conference hours 4 credits
Prerequisite: MA-119 and MA-121 with a C or better in both
courses or MA-114 with a grade of C or better, or satisfactory
score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II.

Mathematical foundations necessary for the study of the calculus. An introduction to analytic geometry, and the elementary functions of analysis, including algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions. The use of the graphing calculator will be included.

JAN1 18164 MTuWThFSa 9:10 AM - 1:00 PM
MA 440

      PRE CALCULUS MATH

MA-440 Pre-Calculus Mathematics3 (1B2)
3 class hours 2 conference hours 4 credits
Prerequisite: MA-119 and MA-121 with a C or better in both
courses or MA-114 with a grade of C or better, or satisfactory
score on the Mathematics Placement Test, Level II.

Mathematical foundations necessary for the study of the calculus. An introduction to analytic geometry, and the elementary functions of analysis, including algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions. The use of the graphing calculator will be included.

JAN2 18166 MTuWThFSa 9:10 AM - 1:00 PM
MU 110

      INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

Prerequisite: BE122 or BE226 or BE102 Satisfactory Score on the CUNY/ACT Reading Assessment Test or Exemption from NYS English Regents, SAT Verbal, Bachelors Degree or Appropriate Transfer Credit.

A basic course, designed to develop in the student an understanding of musical art. After a discussion of basic concepts, terms, and principles of design in music, representative works of the great masters of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras are played and analyzed. Aims for intelligent listening habits and recognition of specific forms and styles. Required readings, listening, and concert attendance.

JANA 46074 MoTuWeThFr 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
MU 110

      INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

Prerequisite: BE122 or BE226 or BE102 Satisfactory Score on the CUNY/ACT Reading Assessment Test or Exemption from NYS English Regents, SAT Verbal, Bachelors Degree or Appropriate Transfer Credit.

A basic course, designed to develop in the student an understanding of musical art. After a discussion of basic concepts, terms, and principles of design in music, representative works of the great masters of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras are played and analyzed. Aims for intelligent listening habits and recognition of specific forms and styles. Required readings, listening, and concert attendance.

JANB 46075 MoTuWeThFr 1:10 PM - 3:50 PM
NU 204

      NURSING AND SOCIETAL FORCES (Writing Intensive)

NU-204 Nursing and Societal Forces: Writing Intensive
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: NU-201 (completed with grade of C or better)
Corequisite: NU-202

This course will explore health care issues and concerns through the integration of knowledge from nursing, social, and political sciences. The legal, political, and ethical parameters of nursing will be examined within the framework of the wellness/illness continuum. Strategies for the resolution of societal issues and concerns, which impact nursing and the health care delivery system, will be analyzed. This is a Writing Intensive course.

JAN1 37904 MTuWTh 9:10 AM - 12:55 PM
NU 204

      NURSING AND SOCIETAL FORCES (Writing Intensive)

NU-204 Nursing and Societal Forces: Writing Intensive
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: NU-201 (completed with grade of C or better)
Corequisite: NU-202

This course will explore health care issues and concerns through the integration of knowledge from nursing, social, and political sciences. The legal, political, and ethical parameters of nursing will be examined within the framework of the wellness/illness continuum. Strategies for the resolution of societal issues and concerns, which impact nursing and the health care delivery system, will be analyzed. This is a Writing Intensive course.

JAN2 37909 MTuWTh 5:10 PM - 8:55 PM
PE 401

      BASKETBALL

2 hours 1 credit

This course will introduce students to all of the fundamental skills of basketball: footwork, passing, shooting, rebounding, dribbling, defense and boxing out. The course will include executing some basic strategies such as give and go, screen and roll, and backdoor cuts. It will cover the rules of the game with a chance to officiate and keep a scorebook. The course will offer opportunities for competitive games with an emphasis on teamwork and sportsmanship.

JAN 18202 MTuWThF 12:10 PM - 1:50PM
PE 415

       VOLLEYBALL

2 hours 1 credit

This course offers students the opportunity of learning how to play the game of volleyball. Included in the instruction are the individual skills necessary to play the game: passing, setting, serving and spiking. In addition, simple team offensive and defensive strategies will be presented and practiced. At the end of the course, the students will be tested on their knowledge of the rules of the game.

JAN 18203 MTuWThF 11:10 AM - 12:50 PM
PE 416

      WEIGHT TRAINING

PE-416 Weight Training
2 hours 1 credit

This course is designed to help men and women to improve muscular strength and cardiovascular efficiency through the application of scientific methods of weight training. The main emphasis of the classwork will focus on practical exercise and progressive weight training, and students will have a better understanding of their bodies.

JAN1 18204 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 11:50 AM
PE 416

      WEIGHT TRAINING

PE-416 Weight Training
2 hours 1 credit

This course is designed to help men and women to improve muscular strength and cardiovascular efficiency through the application of scientific methods of weight training. The main emphasis of the classwork will focus on practical exercise and progressive weight training, and students will have a better understanding of their bodies.

JAN2 18205 MTuWThF 4:10 PM - 5:50 PM
PE 501

      ARCHERY

PE-501 Archery
2 Lab hours 1 credit

Designed for beginner archers. The fundamental techniques of Olympic style target archery are studied and practiced. Topics include equipment, scoring, safety, history and tournament procedures.

JAN 18206 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 10:50 AM
PE 503

       BADMINTON

PE-503 Badminton
2 Lab hours 1 credit Offered as needed

Designed for beginner badminton players. Fundamental techniques are studied and practiced. Topics include strokes, rules, singles and doubles strategy. Students will play in singles and doubles class tournaments.

JAN 18207 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 11:50 AM
PE 520

      SWIMMING BEG

PE-520 Beginning Swimming2
2 hours 1 credit

This course will teach non-swimmers and/or fearful swimmers how to relax in the water. In addition, students will begin basic swimming skills, e.g. breath control, floating, crawlstroke and backstroke.

JAN 18208 MTuWThF 12:10 PM - 1:50 PM
PE 530

      YOGA

An introduction to the self-development system composed of a series of postures or poses (asanas in Sanskrit). These asanas promote health, relaxation and discipline in the mind.

JAN1 18209 MTuWThF 8:10 AM - 9:50 AM
PE 530

      YOGA

An introduction to the self-development system composed of a series of postures or poses (asanas in Sanskrit). These asanas promote health, relaxation and discipline in the mind.

JAN2 18210 MTuWThF 3:10 PM - 4:50 PM
PE 938

      TRACK-FIELD II

NONCONTACT SPORTS
Each of the following courses carries 2 credits and
meets for four (4) laboratory hours.
PE-913, 914 Baseball I, II (Men)
— Fall, Spring
PE-919, 920 Cross-Country I, II (Coed)
— Fall
PE-931, 932 Softball I, II (Women)
— Spring
PE-937, 938 Track/Field I, II (Coed)
PE-939, 940 Volleyball I, II (Men)
— Spring
PE-939, 940 Volleyball I, II (Women) — Fall

JAN 18211    
PHIL  101

       INTRO PHILOSOPHY

PHIL-101 Introduction to Philosophy
(2D2)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test
Fundamental philosophic problems presented
through the study of several major philosophical
writings, such as those of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes,
Kant, Hume, Mill, and Whitehead.

JAN1 18243 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
PLSC 101

      AMERICAN GOVT & POL

PLSC-101 American Government
and Politics5 (2B2)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test.

Study and analysis of American government; its
historical and intellectual origins and development;
special consideration of its structure and operations;
functions of the President, Congress, and judiciary;
role of government and politics in modern industrial
society.

JAN1 18245 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
PSYC 101

      PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC-101 Psychology5 (2E4)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or 226), or satisfactory score on the
CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

Introduction to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Topics include research methods, biological basis of brain and mind, sensation-perception, sleep and states of consciousness, learning-memory, development, cognition-intelligence, motivation-emotion, personality, abnormal psychology-therapy, and social psychology. Research findings and principles related to everyday life.

JAN1 18246 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
PSYC 101

      PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC-101 Psychology5 (2E4)
3 class hours 3 credits
Prerequisite: BE-122 (or 226), or satisfactory score on the
CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

Introduction to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Topics include research methods, biological basis of brain and mind, sensation-perception, sleep and states of consciousness, learning-memory, development, cognition-intelligence, motivation-emotion, personality, abnormal psychology-therapy, and social psychology. Research findings and principles related to everyday life.

JAN2 18247 MTuWThF 6:10 PM - 8:50 PM
PSYC 220

      HUMAN GROWTH-DEVELOP

PSYC-220 Human Growth and
Development5 (2E4)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: PSYC-101

A study of the changes in behavior and mental
processes across the life-span and the biological,
psychological, social and cultural factors influencing
those changes.

JAN1 18248 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
SOC  101

      SOCIOLOGY

SOCY-101 Sociology3 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

Introductory analysis and description of structure
and dynamics of human society; special emphasis on
application of scientific methods of observation and
analysis of social groups, intergroup relations, social
change, social stratification, and social institutions.

JAN1 18249 MTuWThF 9:10 AM - 11:50 AM
SOC 101

      SOCIOLOGY

SOCY-101 Sociology3 (2D1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: BE-122 (or BE-226), or
satisfactory score on the CUNY/ACT Assessment Test

Introductory analysis and description of structure
and dynamics of human society; special emphasis on
application of scientific methods of observation and
analysis of social groups, intergroup relations, social
change, social stratification, and social institutions.

JAN2 18250 MTuWThF 6:10 PM - 8:50 PM
SP 211

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION

SP-211 Speech Communication (2B1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of Speech Placement Test, or successful completion of SP-020, or SP-005 and/or  SP-006

This course introduces students to the principles and practices of contemporary forms of public speaking in the United States. Selecting topics from current U.S. society and/or American history, students will perform research and gather credible evidence from both primary and secondary U.S. sources to create both informative and persuasive speeches. Students are also asked to employ methods taught in this course to analyze both historical and contemporary U.S. rhetoric for authenticity, organizational structure, target audiences and effectiveness as a means of persuasion or communication. Enrollment limited to 22 students.

JAN1 19670 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
SP 211

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION

SP-211 Speech Communication (2B1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of Speech Placement Test, or successful completion of SP-020, or SP-005 and/or  SP-006

This course introduces students to the principles and practices of contemporary forms of public speaking in the United States. Selecting topics from current U.S. society and/or American history, students will perform research and gather credible evidence from both primary and secondary U.S. sources to create both informative and persuasive speeches. Students are also asked to employ methods taught in this course to analyze both historical and contemporary U.S. rhetoric for authenticity, organizational structure, target audiences and effectiveness as a means of persuasion or communication. Enrollment limited to 22 students.

JAN2 19671 MTuWThF 11:10 AM - 1:50 PM
SP 211

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION

SP-211 Speech Communication (2B1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of Speech Placement Test, or successful completion of SP-020, or SP-005 and/or  SP-006

This course introduces students to the principles and practices of contemporary forms of public speaking in the United States. Selecting topics from current U.S. society and/or American history, students will perform research and gather credible evidence from both primary and secondary U.S. sources to create both informative and persuasive speeches. Students are also asked to employ methods taught in this course to analyze both historical and contemporary U.S. rhetoric for authenticity, organizational structure, target audiences and effectiveness as a means of persuasion or communication. Enrollment limited to 22 students.

JAN2 19672 MTuWThF 10:10 AM - 12:50 PM
SP 211

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION

SP-211 Speech Communication (2B1)
3 class hours 3 credits Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of Speech Placement Test, or successful completion of SP-020, or SP-005 and/or  SP-006

This course introduces students to the principles and practices of contemporary forms of public speaking in the United States. Selecting topics from current U.S. society and/or American history, students will perform research and gather credible evidence from both primary and secondary U.S. sources to create both informative and persuasive speeches. Students are also asked to employ methods taught in this course to analyze both historical and contemporary U.S. rhetoric for authenticity, organizational structure, target audiences and effectiveness as a means of persuasion or communication. Enrollment limited to 22 students.

JAN2 45971 MTuWThF 11:10 AM - 1:50 PM
UBST 101

      URB.STUD.INT.PRO.1

SS-901 –3 credits, requires 135 hours at internship site
SS-902 –3 credits,  requires 135 hours at  internship site
Prerequisite: SS-901 SS-911 –6 credits, requires 270 hours at internship site

Internships offer on-the-job professional training
in representative urban occupations such as social
work, government, public interest activism, criminal
justice, law, education, communications, health
care, and cultural affairs. Students are required to
work a minimum number of hours a week, attend
regular meetings with the internship supervisor,
and participate in a campus-wide Internship Forum
during the semester. A grade of pass/fail is based on
work evaluations and a paper.

JAN1 18251    

Course Key

 
AR - ART
BI - BIOLOGY
BU - BUSINESS
CH - CHEMISTRY
EN - ENGLISH
HE - HEALTH
PE - PHYSICAL EDUCATION
HI – HISTORY
LF - FRENCH
LI - ITALIAN
LS - SPANISH
MA - MATHEMATICS
MU - MUSIC
SP - SPEECH
ANTH - ANTHROPOLOGY
CRIM - CRIMINOLOGY
ECON - ECONOMICS
PHIL - PHILOSOPHY
PLSC - POLITICAL SCIENCE (GOVERNMENT)
PSYC - PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC - HUMAN GROWTH-DEVELOP
SOCY - SOCIOLOGY
UBST - URBAN STUDIES