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LEHMAN COLLEGE The City University of New York School of Continuing and Professional Studies Carman Hall, Room 128 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, New York 10468-1589

SKILLS YOU NEED

FOR JOBS YOU WANT

AN EXCITING SUMMER CAMP IN JULY/AUGUST

SATURDAY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS

Self Defence • Reading Circle Math Games • Writing Circle Sports • Dance • Swimming (water safety)

Swimming • Basketball Creative Arts • Academics Computer Technology

FOR MORE INFORMATION

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Allied Healthcare

Degrees for Working Adults

Computer Technology

Children and Teens Programs

Business and Finance

Pre-college (HSE & ESL)

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

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SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Welcome to Lehman College

Looking Forward to Seeing You Soon!

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am very pleased that you are taking time to consider the wide range of learning opportunities that are being offered at Lehman’s School for Continuing and Professional Studies. Last year, more than 15,000 people took advantage of the educational, testing, training, and business development programs at SCPS, as they began to turn their aspirations and goals into reality. The faculty and staff of Lehman’s SCPS are committed to providing a wide spectrum of learners with the education and tools necessary for good careers that are well-matched for the fast-paced, technologically-driven environment of the 21st century. In this regard, Lehman College is helping to ensure that the residents of our diverse communities have access to a wealth of educational and economic opportunities. The high-quality programs at SCPS include courses for both adults and children; they emphasize personal instruction and hands-on learning. You will find workforce education classes, certificate courses, a business incubation and innovation lab, a flexible Adult Degree program with bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and our renowned Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Training Academy and Development Lab. To commemorate our 50th anniversary in 2018, Lehman College is determined to increase access and promote high levels of student success through the highest quality course offerings. We look forward to working with you. I hope you take advantage of all that Lehman and SCPS have to offer!

ow that you’ve had a chance to look through our catalog, come and visit us. Our professional certificate programs and courses have been helping thousands of adults achieve their career and personal goals. The Lehman Academy for Children and Teens offers Saturday enrichment classes in academics and recreation Jane MacKillop, Ph.D.

Experienced and dedicated instructors, convenient locations, affordable tuition, and a myriad of classes to choose from are the hallmarks of Lehman’s Continuing Education program.

Interim Dean School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Sincerely,

Visit us at:

José Luis Cruz, Ph.D. President, Lehman College The City University of New York

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ehman is extremely proud of our School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). In the College’s strategic plan, we pledge to contribute to the economic vitality of the Bronx and the surrounding region. By providing opportunities for residents to develop professionally and personally, SCPS plays a key role in helping us achieve this goal. I encourage you to review our extensive catalog. Whether you plan to earn a degree, complete a certificate, prepare for a test or simply enjoy yourself, you will find what you are looking for here. We offer over 300 credit and non-credit courses each year. While most are designed to meet the needs of adults with family and work responsibilities, we do have some interesting options for children and adolescents. Don’t hesitate to contact one of our committed staff members if you have questions or concerns. We are here to help you realize your potential. Thank you for considering joining our community of learners. Best wishes,

Harriet R. Fayne, Ph.D. Interim Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs

Goher Murtaza, M.D.

Director Continuing Education

Lehman campus: Carman Hall 128

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A student’s success Monique Zayas Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

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onique Zayas, born and raised in the Bronx, is a student in the Bachelor of Science in Health Science Program with a pre-Physician Assistant Track at Mercy College. In her second year there she became pregnant and realized that she needed “to get the ball rolling and get my first foot in the door in the health field” as medicine was a long-standing interest of hers. Zayas took two years to establish herself and her family, working part-time as a pharmacy technician and starting her medical assistant training. Although her ultimate goal is to become a registered nurse, at that time she “felt that with my experience, going a safer route, although a lot longer, will only benefit me.” She decided to become a medical assistant and later continue her education to become a registered nurse “and maybe one day I’ll go to grad school and become a physician assistant.” While researching medical assistant programs, she attended the Lehman College Continuing Education Career Information Session and “realized how much more affordable the [Lehman] program was,” and along with its flexible schedule, “without hesitation, I realized it was a win-win situation.” She states, “My overall experience was remarkable, everyone in my class was a determined as I was, the instructors were very helpful and thorough—everything was great.” In 2016, Zayas earned her program certificate within nine months, and completed her required externship the following year in a gynecologist’s private practice in the Bronx. She was offered a position there where she continues to work. After passing the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exam, she earned the title of Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA). Zayas plans to attend an accelerated RN program upon completion of her bachelor’s degree in 2018. Monique Zayas recently applied for a Clinical Medical Assistant position at a major New York medical center that she is excited about and believes would be challenging and afford her enormous professional satisfaction.

See page 14 for more information about this program

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SHORT-CUT to a better life in 12 months or less

In month,

Pharmacy Technician

you can be: A+ Technician

months

Cert Nursing Assistant

EKG Technician CPR: (BLS) Basic Life Support with AED Notary Public

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months

Dental Assistant Phlebotomy Tech.

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Real Estate Salesperson Virtual Reality (VR) Professional

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Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) Child Care Provider (CDA)

Clinical Medical Assistant Medical / Surgical Coder & Biller

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months

Admin. Assistant Bookkeeper

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Patient Care Coordinator IRS Enrolled Agent Microsoft Office Specialist Nurse Technician

months

(CCENT) Entry Networking Technician

(CCNA) Cisco Networking Associate

Physician Office Management / Biller

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A+ Technician Pg. 20 Administrative Assistant Pg.18 Alcoholism & Sub. Abuse Counselor Pg.16 Business Bookkeeper Pg. 23 CCENT Entry Networking Technician Pg. 21 CCNA Cisco Networking Associate Pg. 21 Certified Nursing Assistant Pg. 11 Child Care Provider Pg. 17 Clinical Medical Assistant Pg. 14 CPR: (BLC) Basic Life Support AED Pg. 11 EKG Technician Pg. 12

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IRS Enrolled Agent Pg. 25 Medical / Surg. Coder & Biller Pg. 8 Microsoft Office Specialist Pg. 19 Notary Public Pg. 25 Nurse Technician Pg. 12 Patient Care Coordinator Pg. 15 Pharmacy Technician Pg. 13 Phlebotomy Technician Pg. 12 Physician Office Mgmt./Biller Pg. 9 Real Estate Salesperson Pg. 25 Virtual Reality Professional Pg. 21

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Contents SCPS

Children & Teen Academy SATURDAY CLASSES

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES • Registration Contacts • Office Hours • Spring 2018 Calendar • Free Career Info Sessions • Free Demonstrations • Company Training Options • Certificate Advisement • Register Today • Program Certification • Tuition Assistance

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FREE CAREER & INFORMATION SESSIONS & Summer Camp Info Sessions

Adult Degree Program

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BACHELOR’S & MASTER’S DEGREES

Certificate Programs

• Academic Skills • Technology • Creative Arts • Test Prep • Sports • Swimming

(NON-CREDIT)

ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR 16-17 ALLIED HEALTH • Certified Nursing Assistant • Nurse Technician • EKG Technician • Phlebotomy Technician • CPR/BLS/AED • Dental Assistant • Clinical Medical Assistant • Intensive Pharmacy Technician • Patient Care Coordinator

SUMMER 2018 CAMP

College-Level Classes

(NON-CREDIT)

BUSINESS & FINANCE

22-25 CHILD CARE: EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONAL 17 • Business Bookkeeping • Certified Financial Planner

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College-Level Exam Prep (CLEP®)

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NEW Lifeguard Training

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Online Classes

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Personal Enrichment • Photography • Technology • Cooking • Languages • Music • Acting • Fitness and Dance • Aquatics

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Pre-College Programs ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

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HS EQUIVALENCY (TASC) PREP • TASC Readiness Assessments • TASC Exam Preparation in English

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Registration & Important Info / Map

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Teacher Certification

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY • Computer Workshops • Curso en Español • Microsoft Office Specialist • Administrative / Executive Assistant • A+ Computer Technician • Cisco Certified Network Associate • NEW Virtual Reality (VR) Training

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP / Business Incubator / SBDC • Wedding & Event Planning • NEW Corporate Event Planner • Small Business Development Center SBDC

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CREDENTIAL™ (FDC)

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Test Preparation

• High School • College • Graduate Study • Professional

MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODING & BILLING • Physician Office Management / Billing • Medical Surgical / Billing and Coding

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PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE • Real Estate Salesperson • IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation • Notary Public

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

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CATALOG PRODUCTION: Cover Design: Lehman Media Relations and Publications Cover Story: Phyllis Rafti-LaRuffa Cover Photography: Lehman Studios Page Design: Maryann Drago-Dowling Production Manager: Goher Murtaza

Call 718-960-8512

LEHC: Lehman College Campus

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FREE CAREER Information Sessions

MEET INDUSTRY EXPERTS! Saturday, Jan 6 -10:30 am (snow date: Jan 13) Wednesday, Jan 10 - 6:30 pm (snow date: Thursday, Jan 11) Tuesday, May 1 - 6:30 pm (for summer 2018 classes) Saturday, May 12 - 10:30 am (for summer 2018 classes) Lehman Campus, Music Building, 1st Floor Dining Room ■ Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) ■ Allied Health Certified Nursing Assistant Clinical Medical Assistant EKG / PLB Technician and Patient Care Technician Pharmacy Technician Patient Care Coordinator

Friday, Jan 19 - 10:30 am Friday, Apr 20 -10:30 am CUNY on the Concourse 3rd floor 2501 Grand Concourse ■ Allied Health Certified Nursing Assistant Clinical Medical Assistant EKG / PLB Technician Patient Care Technician Pharmacy Technician Patient Care Coordinator

■ Business Bookkeeping

ACADEMY FOR

■ Child Care (CDA)

CHILDREN & TEENS

■ Computer Info Technology Microsoft Office Specialist and Adobe software classes A+ Technician, Cisco Networking Academy ■ IRS Enrolled Agent, Notary Public,Tax Preparation

SUMMER CAMP Information Sessions

■ Personal Financial Planning

Sat, Apr 21 & 28 -10:30 am Sat, May 26 -10:30 am Sat, Jun 9 -10:30 am

■ Real Estate Licensure

Lehman Campus, Carman 128

■ Medical / Surgical Coding & Billing Physician Office Management / Billing

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FREE CAREER Allied Health Information Sessions

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


LEHMAN COLLEGE ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM Your Kid is Going to College... WHAT ABOUT YOU? Is It Time for You to Go Back to School? Would a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Enhance your Career? 

Bachelor’s Degrees Over 50 majors or design your own!

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Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Focused on your specific interest

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Personalized Advising Credit for Prior Learning Flexible Scheduling Affordable Tuition

Attend an ADP Information Session to Learn More! Visit: Lehman Campus, Carman Hall 128 Call: (718) 960-8666 E-mail: adult.degree@lehman.cuny.edu Web: www.lehman.edu/adult 718-960-8512

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SCPS School of

Continuing & Professional Studies Registration Contacts CONTINUING EDUCATION 718-960-8512 www.lehman.edu/ce ce@lehman.cuny.edu Maryann.Drago-Dowling@lehman.cuny.edu

ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM 718-960-8666 www.lehman.edu/adultdegree adult.degree@lehman.cuny.edu

Office Hours Lehman Campus - Carman Hall 128 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Gate 2-Goulden Avenue Mon-Thur: 9 am-6:45 pm Fri: 9 am-4:30 pm Sat: 9 am-1:45 pm

CUNY on the Concourse - COTC 3rd Floor 2501 Grand Concourse Mon-Fri: 9 am-9 pm Sat: 9 am-3 pm

2017-2018 Calendar Holidays - No Classes: 12/24-12/25/17, Sun-Monday 12/26-12/30/17, Tue-Sat 12/31/17-1/1/18, Sun-Monday 1/15/18, Monday 2/12/18, Monday 2/19/18, Monday 3/30-4/8/18, Friday-Sunday May 26-28 , Sat July 4, Wednesday

Christmas holiday Winter Break New Year holiday Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Lincoln’s Birthday Presidents’ Day Spring Recess Memorial Day Weekend Holiday

Brochure Link-revisions

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Free Career Information Sessions Saturday Wednesday Tuesday Saturday

Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC1 Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC1 May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC1 May 12, 10:30 am LEHC1

ALLIED HEALTH only Friday Jan 19, 10:30 am COTC Friday Apr 20, 10:30 am COTC (see above for additional dates)

Free IT Demonstrations Microsoft Office Monday Jan 22, 6:30 pm LEHC2 A+ Technician and Cisco Tuesday Jan 23, 6:30 pm COTC LEHC1 Lehman College Music Bldg., 1st Fl Dining Rm. LEHC2 Lehman College Carman Hall 128 Posting COTC CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd Fl, 2501 Grand Concourse

Company Training Options Employee and workforce training is an important part of attracting and retaining a skilled workforce. We offer: Customized training Flexible scheduling Contextualized curriculum Affordable group rates Courses listed in this brochure, as well as training based on your specific needs, can be arranged to be held at your location. Call Mila Ellis at 718-960-8512 for additional information.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

Certificate Advisement Questions about a specific program? Please email or leave a voicemail message. ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (CASAC): Rory Gilbert rory.gilbert1@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8864 ALLIED HEALTH: HHA; CNA; Nurse, EKG & PLB Tech: Alder Davis ce@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 Clinical Medical Assistant: Sheldon Stallings sheldon.stallings@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8320 Dental Assistant: Angel Morales 646-286-8080 BUSINESS AND FINANCE: Lynn Karam lynn.karam@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-5182 CHILD CARE PROGRAM (CDA PREP): Carol Robinson \718-960-8512 COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Regina Ward computer.programs@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8667 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: brenda.perez@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8659 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND CREDENTIALING (FDC)™: Phyllis Rafti phyllis.rafti@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 LEHMAN ACADEMY: CHILDREN & TEENS ce@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODING AND BILLING: Miriam Cooney miriam.cooney@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-7322 HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY EXAM PREP (TASC) Julibeth Veras julibeth.veras@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8923 TEACHER CERTIFICATION CLASSES, ONLINE CLASSES, DISABILITY & FINANCIAL AID: Maryann Drago-Dowling maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8077

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Registration, Program Certification & Tuition Assistance Many Continuing Education courses are eligible for vouchers, reimbursement from employers and loans. You must apply early – it often takes several weeks for processing prior to registration.

Register Today 4 Easy Ways: ■ Online www.lehman.edu/ce

■ Phone 718-960-8512 ■ Fax 718-960-8727 ■ In Person Lehman Campus Office of Continuing Education Carman Hall 128 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Mon-Thur 9 am-6:30 pm Fri 9 am-4:30 pm Sat 9 am-1:30 pm OR CUNY-on-the-Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse 3rd floor Mon-Fri 9 am-9 pm Sat 9 am-3 pm

Program Certification Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application*, successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce or visit www. lehman.edu/ce to download application, certificate request form and for more information. *No program application is required for: Dental Assistant, A+ Computer Tech, Cisco Academy, Business Bookkeeping, Child Care, Professional Licensure and single courses

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Tuition Assistance Vouchers VESID/ACCES-VR (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities), 718-9313500, TTY 718-828-4003, http://www.acces.nysed. gov/. Once you have been assigned an ACCES-VR counselor, call Maryann Drago-Dowling at 718-9608077 or e-mail maryann.drago-dowling@lehman. cuny.edu with counselor contact information. Workforce 1 New York http://www1.nyc.gov/site/ sbs/careers/training-grants.page and www.nyc. gov/trainingguide. If you have 12 months or more of related professional experience, you may be eligible for an ITG tuition voucher that will pay tuition only for certain certificate programs. Call 718-9608077 for Lehman program application. You must also apply early at a Workforce 1 Career Center: Some Workforce 1 Centers include: Bronx1: 400 East Fordham 718-960-2458 Bronx2: 1029 E. 163rd St., 3rd Floor 718-542-6777 Brooklyn: 9 Bond St. 5 Fl 718-246-5219 Manhattan: 215 West 125th St. 917-493-7054 Healthcare: Manhattan, 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212-618-8925 Queens: 168-25 Jamaica Ave. 2 Fl. 718-557- 6755 Westchester: 120 Bloomingdale Road, room 215, White Plains, NY 10605 .

Employment vouchers may be available through your employer. Contact human resources, personnel or training departments at your place of employment.

VA Benefits Department of Veterans’ Affairs and G. I. Bill application: submit VA Form 22-1990, www.gibill. va.gov, 1-888-442-4551. VRAP voucher not applicable to 4-year schools. For degree-seeking students, contact the Lehman VA Coordinator at 718960-7188. For certificate program students, contact Maryann Drago-Dowling at 718-960-8077 to learn about applying your benefits. Bring eligibility letter when registering for classes.

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Scholarships Helena Rubenstein Foundation Adult and Continuing Education Scholarships: Limited scholarships are available to cover up to 90% tuition. Make an appointment on Tuesday or Thursday 11 am-5 pm by emailing Maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny. edu or calling 718-960-8077. Online applications available twice yearly: June/July and December. New York State Educational Incentive Scholarship Program (EIP) www.tsg.suny.edu or call 1-800295-9616 are available for students with at least 6 months of recent child care experience. Come to Child Care Career Information Sessions for more EIP info. APPLY ONLINE & EARLY as process takes 3+ weeks. The Rev. Edward Lehman Davis, Sr. Scholarship Fund for two Certified Nursing Assistant students per semester may reimburse up to $300. Students must register, attend 130-hour program and apply for scholarship for reimbursement. Call for application 718-960-8077 or email ce@lehman.cuny.edu.

Student Loan Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/SmartOptions. Click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” – choose “Career Training Loans” from drop-down menu – choose “Apply for this loan” School Code: 00702298 for CUNY Lehman College Continuing Education Certificate Programs. Call Sallie Mae 1-877-279-7172 Mon-Thu 8 am- 10 pm, Fri 8 am-9 pm.

Discounts Discounts are given on course tuition-only for one course per semester on a space available basis. Registrants must provide current I.D. in-person. Discounts are given only on courses with tuition between $100 and $500. No discounts apply to online courses and specific courses as noted in the brochure. Note: only one discount may be applied. 15% Senior citizens (62 years and older) 15% Lehman College current degree students / alumni and 1 child 10% CUNY employees 25% Lehman College employees 15% Children of Lehman College employees

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MEDICAL/SURGICAL

CODER & BILLER PROGRAMS ▪ PHYSICIAN OFFICE MANAGEMENT/BILLING ▪ MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODING ▪ MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODING & BILLING

This comprehensive training provides you with the skills necessary to begin a career in Health Information Management. Key subjects include how to manually file claims, trace delinquent claims, appeal denied claims, monitor compliance with regulations and extract coding information from the medical record. You may apply for and complete certificate programs in Physicians’ Office Management / Billing, Medical / Surgical Coder and Medical / Surgical Coding and Billing. In the coding program, you become proficient at both ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS and CPT-4 Coding. After obtaining work experience, you may be qualified to sit for the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) CCA (Certified Coding Associate) exam and/or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) exam. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, you must complete a program application ($25), successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete online at https://tmg-forms. lehman.edu/ce or visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download application, certificate request form and for more information. Visit www.lehman.edu/ce for more information. AHIMA accepts Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for terminology and coding classes.

PROGRAM COURSES PHYSICIANS’ OFFICE MANAGEMENT / BILLING ■ The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology / Oncology I and II ■ Coding for Physician Sevices: CPT/HCPCS (CORE) ■ Medical Billing (CORE) Recommended: MAS 03 Medical Office Business Practice

The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology: Part I This course prepares those with no medical background to understand the language used by physicians and other medical professionals and provides you with a foundation in human structure and disease pathology and pharmacology. Textbook: The Language of Medicine by Chabner, 11th edition, to be brought to the first class.

MRP 80 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $425 SPRING Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jan 17-Mar 7 (continues in MRP81 SPRING 2) SUMMER Sat 11 am-2 pm June 2-Aug 25

The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology/Oncology: Part II This course, a continuation of MRP 80, provides you with in-depth knowledge or an updated review of disease pathology, drugs and other treatments required to accurately code. For those wishing to expand their knowledge or those seeking a refresher course to prepare themselves for coding using ICD-I0-CM and ICD-10-PCS. Prerequisite: MRP 80. MRP 81 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $425 SPRING1 Sat 11 am-2 pm Jan 13-Apr 21 SPRING2 Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Mar 12-Apr 30

Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (CORE) This course provides the professional and technical skills required to confidently complete and prepare all billing forms for inpatient confinements, outpatient treatment and physicians’ services. (No prerequisites) Textbooks: Understanding Health Insurance: A Guide to Billing and Reimbursement by Michelle Green CENGAGE (textbook and workbook) 13th edition, to be brought to first class.

MRP 64 10 sessions / 36 hours / LEHC / $405 SPRING Sun 1:30-4:30 pm Feb 25-May 13

MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER ■ The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology / Oncology I and II ■ ICD-10-CM Coding (CORE) and ICD-10-PCS Coding (CORE) ■ Coding for Physician Services: CPT/HCPCS CORE) ■ Coding Internship OR Coding Clinical Practicum (CORE)

MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER & BILLER All classes for CODER above plus: ■ Medical Billing (CORE)

COORDINATOR:

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


FREE CAREER INFORMATION SESSIONS: Saturday, Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC Wednesday, Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC Saturday, May 12, 10:30 am LEHC LEHC Lehman College Music Building, 1st Fl - East Dining Room

ICD-10 DIAGNOSIS AND PROCEDURE CODING (CORE) Taught by AHIMA Certified Trainers Diagnosis and procedural coding are for those who wish to become ICD-10 coders. Coding manuals: ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS 2018 PMIC and textbook: ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS 2018 Coding Handbook WITH Answers, publisher AHA, must be brought to first class. To order: call Charles

Ekin at 800-633-7467 x 2715 at PMIC. Prerequisite: MRP 81 or equivalent: RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CPC, 2 years ICD-9 coding experience

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding MRP 38 16 sessions / 54 hours / LEHC / $615 SPRING Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm and Sat 9:30 am-1:42 pm Jan 18-Feb 22

ICD-10-PCS Procedure Coding Prerequisite: MRP 38. MRP 39 6 sessions / 18 hours / LEHC / $205 SPRING Tue & Thu 6:30-9:30 pm and Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Mar 6-17

Coding Internship / Electronic Health Record Encoder and DRG Finder Training (CORE) This internship, held at Jacobi Medical Center, is an intense ICD-10 coding class at a higher level than MRP38/39. You learn the use of the electronic health record (HER) and encoder for coding and are introduced to DRGs and sequencing of multiple diagnoses and procedures for reimbursement. Coding employment strategies discussed. Enrollment limited. (Prerequisites: MRP 80, MRP 81, MRP35/36/37 or MRP 38/39, completion of an RHIA, RHIT or CPC program. MRP 14 may be taken at the same time as MRP 15 (CPT-4 Coding) schedule permitting. NOTE: Must bring Lehman CUNY ID card to Carman Room 128 to register. Register early as seating is limited. MRP 14 12 sessions / 36 hours / Off-site / $495 SPRING 1 Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Apr 9-May 16 SPRING 2 Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Apr 10-May 17

Coding for Physician Services: CPT/HCPCS LEVEL 2 (CORE) This course provides the skills necessary to code procedures for physicians’ services rendered in all health care settings utilizing the latest CPT methodology. It is essential for all physician billing and is required for the AHIMA CCS exam. Coding Manual and textbooks: CPT: 2018 (Basic Current Procedural Terminology) AHIMA, Standard Edition-2018 by Gail I. Smith, and Basic Current Procedural Terminology/HCPCS Coding, 2018 AMA, must be brought to first class. Prerequisite: MRP 81.

MRP 15 10 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $425 SPRING1 Sat 9:30 am-1:30 pm Jan 20-Mar 24 SPRING2 Sun 9:30 am-1:30 pm Mar 18-Jun 10

Register 2 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements. 718-960-8512

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Prerequisites: must attend an orientation/career session (see box below); complete program application at http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/ continuing-education/forms.php and submit with proof of high school/GED/ TASC completion and short essay; medical clearance for CNA and Phlebotomy Tech; current CPR for Health Care Providers. You may apply for certificates in the following: Psychiatric Aide; Certified Nursing Assistant; EKG; Phlebotomy; and Patient Care / Nurse Technician. You may enroll in individual courses (see pages 10-12) or complete a certificate program.

ALLIED HEALTH: ■ Certified Nursing Assistant ■ EKG Technician ■ Phlebotomy Technician ■ Patient Care / Nurse Technician ■ Dental Assistant ■ Clinical Medical Assistant ■ Intensive Pharmacy Technician ■ Patient Care Coordinator ■ Advanced First Aid (RTE) - Coming Soon

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT CPR: BLS with AED FIRST AID

There is an ongoing demand for qualified, certified and caring health care personnel who work directly with patients and their families. Our programs provide credentialed training for those seeking employment in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, home health agencies and clinics. You must complete all required courses to be eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) credentialing examination for the EKG Technician, Phlebotomy Technician or Nurse Technician Program.

CNA

CREDENTIALED ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS

COORDINATOR: Alder Davis ce@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512

FREE CAREER INFORMATION SESSIONS: Saturday, Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC Wednesday, Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC Friday, Jan 19, 10:30 am COTC Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC Saturday, May 12, 10:30 am LEHC LEHC Lehman College Music Building, 1st Fl - East Dining Room COTC CUNY-on-the-Concourse, 3rd Fl, 2501 Grand Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


CPR: BLS (Basic Life Support) with AED for Health Care Providers

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT

This course meets the requirements for National Certification for CPR from the American Heart Association (AHA). You will learn how to respond to emergencies involving infants, children and adults. You are introduced to lifesaving techniques, rescue breathing, one- and two-person cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), abdominal thrusts and the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Textbook, BLS for Healthcare Providers-AHA (Student Manual) must be brought to class

Class uses training labs simulating a clinical setting. A New York State Education Department-approved training for those seeking employment as CNAs in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and home health agencies. Students must successfully complete the course and clinical to be eligible to take the New York State credentialing examination. CNAs work directly with patients and their families providing quality patient care. Duties include: help with dressing; bathing; feeding; toileting; taking vital signs; catheter care; assisting with ambulation; range of motion exercises; and moving patients to bed and from bed to wheelchair. Program includes Anatomy and Physiology (50 hours), Fundamentals of Patient Care (50 hours), Nursing Home Clinical Rotation (30 hours). (Prerequisites: must attend a career session / orientation-see page 10. Required prior to clinical CPR100: CPR for Health Care Providers or current national certification from the American Heart Association (AHA). Completed program application with proof of high school/GED/ TASC completion and short essay required. Must demonstrate fluency in English, a reading test may be given. Completed physical exam documentation is due at the 1st class meeting. *NOTE: $115 required testing fee to be paid in class; uniform and textbook fee not included. Prerequisite or corequisite: CPR100 - see column on right. CNA 100 130 hours / COTC / $1095* with 30-hour clinical SPRING 1 Mon-Thu 9:15 am-2:15 pm Feb 7-Apr 9 (28 sessions) SPRING 2 Mon-Thu 2:45-5:45 pm Feb 7-May 1 (43 sessions) SPRING 3 Mon-Thu 6:15-9:15 pm Feb 7-May 1 (43 sessions) *Students may pay for class topics individually: (1) Anatomy and Physiology $360 (2) Fundamentals of Patient Care $360 and (3) Clinical Rotation $375

CPR 100 1 session / 6 hours / COTC / $115 SPRING 1 Sat 10 am-4 pm Feb 24 SPRING 2 Fri 10 am-4 pm Mar 23 SPRING 3 Fri 10 am-4 pm Apr 20

First Aid (AHA CertiďŹ cation) This course covers the theory and practical skills of the standard fiirst aid course as prescribed by the American Heart Association. Included are the first aid basics, medical emergencies and injury emergencies. MAS 17 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $39 Sat 1-4 pm Apr 28

COMING SOON Advanced First Aid (RTE)

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE The CNA class above is qualified for a Workforce1 ITG Voucher. If you have 12 or more months of related experience, you may be eligible for an Individual Training Grant (ITG) voucher, which are issued from Workforce1 Career Centers. Become a member of a Workforce1 Center near you. Visit http://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/careers/access-training.page for more information.Allow 4-6 weeks for processing.

This important training will be presented in one day, cards & certificates, valid for two years will be delivered on the date of completion, the eBooks and CPR kits will be included at no additional cost.

Register 2 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements. 718-960-8512

This course is designed to provide individuals with first aid skills to care for those with life-threatening emergencies. Participants will learn how to give life-saving emergency medications to children/patients who have asthma in the form of an inhaler or nebulizer, as well as children/patients who have severe allergic reactions that require epinephrine via an auto injector (EpiPenÂŽ). Students learn how to identify and care for severe bleeding, shock, musculoskeletal injuries, emergency childbirth, how to move patients and much more. Advanced First Aid is designed for individuals who desire a thorough working knowledge of first aid procedures. Upon completion of this course, participants will receive certification valid for three years. Certificates are valid for two years.

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Technicians

EKG & PHLEBOTOMY TECH PATIENT CARE / NURSE TECH DENTAL ASSISTANT

NURSE TECHNICIAN

PATIENT CARE / NURSE TECHNICIAN The Nurse Technician (Patient Care Technician/ Associate) Program trains students for positions as advanced nursing assistants. Upon completion, students are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification exam. Prerequisites: Attend information session / orientation; complete program application; bring proof of HS/ GED/TASC; and short essay indicating reason for completing your program. *NOTE: $115 EKG, $115 PLB or $155 PCA/PCT required testing fee to be paid online at NHANOW.com; white lab coat and textbook fee not included.

PROGRAM COURSES

Tuition: $2590. Includes all courses for Nurse Technician (left column) except for MAS 17: First Aid.

NURSE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM FOR CNAs Tuition: $1495. Includes all courses for Nurse Technician (see column one) except for CNA 100 and MAS 17: First Aid.

EKG TECHNICIAN The electrocardiography technician prepares patients for and administers the EKG. EKG technicians also may assist with Holter monitor and stress testing. Positions are available in a great variety of health care settings as well as labs. Upon successful completion of the course, you are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification exam. Prerequisites: Completed program application

with current NYS Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or LPN, proof of anatomy & physiology course or coordinator’s permission; proof of high school/GED/ TASC completion and short essay required; attend an orientation / career session (see page 4). Prerequisite or corequisite: CPR100: CPR: BLS (Basic Life Support) with AED for Health Care Providers or current national certification from the American Heart Association (AHA).

Electrocardiography EKG 100 10/8 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $470 Mondays & Wednesdays SPRING 1 6-9 pm Mar 7-Apr 16 SPRING 2 9:30 am-1:45 pm Mar 7-Apr 9

CPR: BLS with AED Page 11. First Aid (AHA Certification) Page 11.

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Phlebotomy technicians draw blood samples for diagnosis and treatment. They also prepare these samples and maintain equipment and supplies. Positions are available in many inpatient and outpatient health care facilities as well as labs. After successful completion of the course, you are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification exam. Prerequisites: Completed program application with current NYS Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or LPN, proof of anatomy & physiology course, or coordinator’s permission; proof of high school/GED/TASC completion and short essay required; attend an orientation / career session (see page 4). Prerequisite or corequisite: CPR100: CPR for Health Care Providers or current national certification from the American Heart Association (AHA).

Phlebotomy I PLB 101 8/6 sessions / 24 hours / COTC / $365 Text: Phlebotomy Worktext & Procedures Manual, 3rd ed, by Warekois & Robsinon, Elsevier 978-14377-0991-9 Tuesdays & Thursdays SPRING 1 6-9 pm Mar 8-Apr 10 SPRING 2 9:30 am-1:30 pm Mar 8-27

Phlebotomy II: Advanced Clinical Prerequisites: PLB 101 (taken within 7 months prior to PLB102), CPR100 or have permission from coordinator, and submission of required health clearance forms prior to the PLB 102. PLB 102 17/11 sessions / 50 hours / COTC / $545 (Required for PLB Tech & PCT/PCA) Mondays through Thursdays SPRING 1 6-9 pm Apr 23-May 22 SPRING 2 9:30 am-2:30 pm Apr 23-May 9

DENTAL ASSISTANT The 80-hour Dental Assistant program prepares you for entry-level positions in dental assisting. The course familiarizes you with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provides training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in dental practice. For full description, visit www.lehman.edu/ce. The course tuition includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials. NO DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THIS COURSE

■ Certified Nursing Assistant ■ EKG Technician ■ Phlebotomy: Part I ■ Phlebotomy: Part II ■ CPR: BLS with AED Health Care Providers ■ First Aid: AHA (recommended)

COORDINATOR: Register 2 Days Before Start Alder Davis

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN

Register Early Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

DEA 100 23 sessions / 80.5 hours / COTC $1299* SPRING Tue/Thu 6-9:30 pm Mar 13-Jun 5 SUMMER Tue/Thu 6-9:30 pm Jun 12-Aug 28

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Technician

Pharmacy

Intensive

FREE CAREER INFO & MATH ASSESSMENT SESSIONS: Spring 2018: Wednesday, Dec 13, 6:30 pm COTC Saturday, Dec 16, 10:30 am COTC Saturday, Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC1 Wednesday, Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC1 Saturday, Jan 13, 10:30 am COTC Friday, Jan 19, 10:30 am COTC Saturday, Apr 28, 10:30 am LEHC2 SU18 Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC1 SU18 Saturday, May 12, 10:30 am LEHC1 SU18 LEHC1 Lehman College Music Building, 1st Fl - East Dining Room LEHC2 Lehman College Carman Hall 128 COTC CUNY-on-the-Concourse, 3rd Fl 2501 Grand Concourse

The Pharmacy Technician Program combines classroom instruction with practical experience through externships in both institutional and retail settings. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that employment in this field will increase much faster than average over the next several years. Pharmacy technicians assist licensed pharmacists providing medication and other health care products to patients. As a pharmacy technician, you may work in a hospital, home infusion pharmacy, community (retail) pharmacy, nursing home, pharmaceutical organization and other health care settings. In institutional practice, pharmacy technicians prepare a variety of medications, fill medication orders and make the rounds delivering medications to various patient care areas. In the retail setting, technicians take information from customers and health professionals in order to fill prescriptions, measure and compound medications, manage inventories, accept payment and process insurance claims. Lehman’s program will prepare you for this exciting career and, after completion of the required courses, you will be eligible to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) credentialing exam. This new 200-hour program includes 100 hours of didactic classroom (theory) study, 80 hours of externship at an institution and a local retail pharmacy and 20 hours for exam prep. The ability to integrate theory into real situations within the pharmacy setting will take place during the externship. Candidates must apply for the program online at http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php and pass a math assessment exam prior to registration for courses (email thomas.frisco@lehman.cuny.edu to make test appointment). The program amd most math assessments are held at CUNY-on-the-Concourse, located at 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor, Bronx, NY 10468.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Career Training Loans: Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/SmartOptions - click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” – choose “Career Training Loans” from drop-down menu – choose “Apply for this loan.” School Code: 00702298 for CUNY Lehman College Continuing Education Certificate Programs. Need Help? Call Sallie Mae at 1-877-279-7172 on Mon-Thu 8 am-10 pm or Fri 8 am-9 pm.

INTENSIVE PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM $1499 Total Tuition* COTC * Books and drug test fees not included.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Pharmacy Technician: Theory 1-3 ■ PTCB Exam Prep ■ Externship: 80-hour

COORDINATOR: Thomas Frisco thomas.frisco@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-6945 718-960-8512

www.lehman.edu/ce

Pharmacy Technician Theory 1 PTP 120 33 hours / 9/4 sessions / COTC / $350 SPRING 1 Tue//Thu 6-9:40 pm Jan 30-Feb 27 SPRING 2 Sat 9 am-5:15 pm Feb 3-24

Pharmacy Technician Theory 2 PTP 121 33 hours / 9/4 sessions / COTC / $350 SPRING 1 Tue/Thu 6-9:40 pm Mar 6-Apr 10 SPRING 2 Sat 9 am-5:15 pm Mar 3-24

Pharmacy Technician Theory 3 PTP 122 33 hours / 9/4 sessions / COTC / $350 SPRING 1 Tue/Thu 6-9:40 pm Apr 17-May 15 SPRING 2 Sat 9 am-5:15 pm Apr 14-May 5

PTCB Exam Prep PTP 123 20 hours / 6/3 sessions / COTC / $225 SPRING 1 Tue/Thu 6-9:20 pm May 17-Jun 5 SPRING 2 Sat 9 am-3:40 pm May 12-Jun 2

Pharmacy Technician Externship PTP 124 80 hours / $224 COTC Dates TBA

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Medical Assistant

Certified Clinical

Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology: Parts 1 and 2

The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program combines classroom instruction with practical experience through an internship in a community-based medical practice or hospital. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the occupation of medical assistant is expected to grow 34 percent in five years and they will become more and more an integral part of the health care system. Clinical medical assistants provide both administrative and clinical services in various health care settings such as private offices, ambulatory centers and hospitals. Lehman’s program is approved by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). After completion of the required courses, students will be eligible to take the NHA credentialing examination and be ready to join the workforce. The program also provides a test preparation class for the exam. The Clinical Medical Assistant program prepares students through hands-on training, education in medical procedures, patient care, clinical assisting, administrative practices, and fundamentals of health sciences, giving students the qualifications they need to fill a wide-range of health care services. We offer a 180-hour externship program to give you work experience in the field. The course is 531 hours in total: 351 hours (including 253 classroom and 98 practical hours) plus an externship program of 180 hours. Total tuition $4500 does not include application, registration fees, books and $155 NHA testing fee. This is a great opportunity for Workforce1 applicants and other voucher candidates. Prerequisites: Attend information session / orientation, complete program application with proof of HS/GED/TASC, essay, and documentation of basic microcomputer skills or equivalent course. Upon completion, students are eligible to take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification exam.

PROGRAM COURSES

COORDINATOR:

■ Medical Terminology/ Anatomy and Physiology: Parts 1 and 2

Sheldon Stallings sheldon.stallings@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8320

■ Medical Office Business Practice: Parts 1 and 2 ■ Fundamentals of Medical Assisting ■ Clinical Practice ■ Job Readiness ■ Certification Exam Review ■ Externship 14

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

This course is divided into 2 parts. You will gain a basic knowledge of how complex medical terms are formed and learn their meanings. Emphasis is placed on spelling and pronunciation of medical terms, the basic body structures and processes, all major organs, and body systems and functions. Diseases are discussed as they pertain to each system. Normal and abnormal health conditions are discussed; most common chronic health conditions are emphasized. The course is designed to coincide with clinical practice course topics as they relate to assisting in the general and specialty examinations.

MAS 01 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $600 SPRING Tue 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Mar 27-May 29 MAS 02 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $600 SUMMER Tue 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 9:30 am12:30 pm Jun 5-Jul 24

Medical Office Business Practice: Parts 1 and 2 This course will introduce you to administrative office skills and office finances. Managed care and insurance, and the latest application of coding that is expected of the entry-level medical assistant through theoretical and handson methods, are taught. Computer concepts are introduced with special emphasis on computerized practice management, such as telecommunications and electronic medical health record management.

MAS 30 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $550 SPRING Thu 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 1-4 pm Mar 29-May 31 MAS 31 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $550 SUMMER Thu 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 1-4 pm Jun 2-Jul 21

Clinical Practice: Parts 1 and 2 This two-part course prepares medical assistant students for understanding and performing a wide range of clinical procedures by didactic and hands-on methods of teaching. Clinical skills are built on the foundational concepts of infection control and patient safety.

MAS 40 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $550 SPRING 1 Wed 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 1-4 pm Jan 10-Mar 7 MAS 41 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $550 SPRING 2 Wed 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 1-4 pm Dates TBA FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Workforce1 ITG Voucher: The CMA class above is qualified for a Workforce1 ITG Voucher. If you have 12 or more months of related experience, you may be eligible for an Individual Training Grant (ITG vouchers) are issued from Workforce1 Career Centers. Become a Workforce1 member and request an ITG Voucher at the Healthcare Workforce1 Center located in Manhattan at 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212618-8925. Visit http://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/careers/access-training.page for more information.

Career Training Loans: Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/SmartOptions: click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” – choose “Career Training Loans” from drop-down menu – choose “Apply for this loan.” School Code: 00702298 for CUNY Lehman College Continuing Education Certificate Programs. Need Help? Call Sallie Mae at 1-877-279-7172 on Mon-Thu 8 am-10 pm or Fri 8 am-9 pm.

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


NEW

Patient Care Coordinator Today care coordination focuses on accessible and consistent access to care, while empowering patients to take control of their own well-being. Care coordinators play an essential role in this context and are increasingly valuable in clinics, hospitals and out-patient offices. In this course you will learn the essential roles and responsibilities of a care coordinator and how to respond to patients’ diverse needs. Pay ranges average $26 per hour ($54,000 per year). In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application, successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce or visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download application, and certificate request form. For more information, visit www.lehman.edu/ce.

PROGRAM COURSES

COORDINATOR:

■ Introduction to Care Management ■ Motivational Interviewing ■ Chronic Conditions and Addiction ■ Mental Health and Emotional Support

Alisa Zarrin Alisa.zarrin@gmail.com 917-957-8104

Intro to Care Management

Chronic Conditions and Addiction: Healthy Outcomes

This first course will cover the essential roles and responsibilities of care coordinators, specifically how best to positively impact the patients you work with. Focus will be on the perspective f the patient with an examination of the social determinates that impact patients’ health, including the role social disparities and inequities play in overall health care management. PCO 10 6 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Feb 21-Mar 12

Motivational Interviewing (MI) During this session, you will learn to apply motivational interviewing techniques when communicating with your patients to help them identify and change unhealthy behaviors that place them at risk for further health issues. PCO 20 6 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Mar 19-Apr 11

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We will identify what constitutes a chronic condition and how to work with clients with chronic conditions. Focus will also be on the complexities of addiction counseling and on the key facts behind alcohol and substance abuse addiction. PCO 30 6 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Apr 16-May 2

Mental Health and Emotional Support In this course you will gain a better understanding of the levels of engagement needed when working with patients with mental health issues, including identifying unique barriers to successful outcomes; managing a patient in crisis; and recognizing common mental health issues such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression. PCO 40 6 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm May 7-May 23

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FREE CAREER INFORMATION SESSIONS: Saturday, Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC Wednesday, Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC Saturday, May 12, 10:30 am LEHC LEHC Lehman College Music Building, 1st Fl East Dining Room

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Overview of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse This course provides an overview and history of the required and basic knowledge of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) and their use and abuse. Special focus and attention is given to physical and pharmacological effects of alcohol and other substances of abuse and the interactive role of these effects on the dynamics of addiction. Particular psychoactive substances are discussed and elaborated on as well as the social and environmental effects that drugs have on society. ASC 01 13 sessions / 40 hours / LEHC /$415 Mon 6:30-9:35 pm Feb 26-Jun 4

Counseling Issues I: Individual and Group Counseling

There is a great demand for credentialed alcoholism and substance abuse counselors (CASACs) who have a sound clinical foundation, as well as sensitivity to the diversity of the client population. This program is designed for health and human services professionals, educators, clergy, and employee assistance personnel who wish to enter or advance in the field. Qualifications: Satisfactory completion of education/training, supervised practical training, and documented work experience as well as passing the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS-OASAS) written examination for the Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) designation. Credential applicants are required to document 350 clock hours of course work covering 4 categories of knowledge. Assistance in identifying resources for the supervised practical training hours is provided. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application, successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete application online at https://tmg-forms. lehman.edu/ce or visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download application, certificate request form, and for more information. This training is provided under New York State OASAS Provider # AI 0157. Spring application deadline: 2/17/18. An interview may be required.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Overview of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse - Offered in fall, spring, and summer ■ Diversity of Treatment Interventions and Approaches ■ Counseling Issues I: Individual and Group Counseling ■ Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, Case Management and Referral ■ Counseling Issues II: Family Counseling and Relapse Prevention ■ Counseling Issues III: Communicable Diseases and Special Populations ■ Treatment Planning, Clinical Documentation and Discharge Planning ■ Ethics, Ethical Practice and Counselor Wellness and Responsibility ■ Human Growth and Personality Development

COORDINATOR:

Rory Gilbert rory.gilbert1@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8864 16

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

This course provides an in-depth look and exploration of the theory and subsequent practical application of substance use disorder counseling and therapy, from both an individual and group counseling perspective. Topics and tasks will include the development of the group counseling process, selection and establishment of the group structure and the time frame for maximizing group dynamics. Individual counseling issues such as client-counselor dynamics are explored along with guidelines for establishing client-counselor contracts.(Prerequisites: ASC 01 and ASC 02 or coordinator permission.) ASC 24 15 sessions / 45 hours / LEHC /$465 Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Feb 21-Jun 6

Ethics, Ethical Practice and Counselor Wellness and Responsibility This course covers basic definitions of ethical behavior in the alcohol and substance abuse counselor/client relationship and addresses traditional areas such as transference and countertransefence and their roles in maintaining ethical behavior. Federal and state guidelines regarding ethics are also addressed. The importance of confidentiality, from clinical and legal perspectives, is studied and students learn how to explain related issues such as signed consent forms to their clients. (Prerequisites: ASC 01 and ASC 02 or coordinator permission.) ASC 42 15 sessions / 45 hours / LEHC / $465 Tue 6:45-9:45 pm Feb 6-May 22

CASAC Exam Preparation Course Prerequisites: completed most coursework/significant CASAC direct service hours. (This course cannot be used to fulfill the OASAS 350-hour education and training requirement.) ASC 60 3 sessions / 9 hours / LEHC / $165 Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Apr 14-28

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


This course addresses initial aspects of effective treatment plans for the alcohol and substance abuser such as long- and short-range goals and reviews the importance of appropriate clinical documentation. Specifics include approved clinical documents, confidentiality, social histories, case notes and diagnostic documents. The contents and process of appropriate discharge planning for individual cases are covered. (Prerequisites: ASC01 and ASC 02 or coordinator permission.) ASC 31 10 sessions / 30 hours / LEHC / $315 Mon 6:30-9:35 pm Mar 12-May 21 SUMMER CLASSES:

Diversity of Treatment ASC 02 15 sessions / 45 hours / LEHC / $465

Counseling Issues III ASC 28 12 sessions / 35 hours / LEHC / $365 FALL CLASSES:

Human Growth & Personality Dev. ASC 26 12 sessions / 30 hours / LEHC / $315

Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, Case Management and Referral ASC 33 13 sessions / 40 hours / LEHC / $415

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CREDENTIAL™ CREDENTIAL ™ (FDC) Frontline workers in health, education and human services agencies are offered training in the approach that emphasizes the strengths and resources of families to empower them for long-lasting change. This 90-hour interactive course and portfolio development leads to the Family Development Credential ™ (FDC) awarded by the University of Connecticut upon successful completion of the course, portfolio and an examination. This 15-week program is offered twice a year at the beginning of March and the begnning of October. The spring 2018 schedule is Fridays, March 2-June 22 9:30 am-4:30 pm.Tuition is $1000; the fee for the credentialing exam is $300. For additional information and permission to register, call Phyllis Rafti, Program Coordinator, at (718) 960-8512 or email phyllis.rafti@ lehman.cuny.edu.

718-960-8512

Family Development Credential ™ (FDC)

Treatment Planning, Clinical Documentation and Discharge Planning

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL

The impact of alcoholism and substance abuse on the family and assessment skills for effective intervention are covered. Also studied are the dynamics of relapse prevention and the importance of alternative copying strategies. The various approaches used in developing effective vocational and educational plans that will minimize the likelihood of relapse and maintain healthy family relationships are addressed. (Prerequisites: ASC 01 and ASC 02 or coordinator permission.) ASC 27 13 sessions / 40 hours / LEHC / $415 Thu 6:50-9:50 pm Mar 1-May 31

Child Care CDA

Counseling Issues II: Family Counseling & Relapse Prevention

Lehman offers a program based upon the nationally recognized Child Development Associate (CDA) Competency Standards leading to Infant/Toddler, Family Childcare and Preschool CDA. Program currently offers preparation for all 3 credentials. Successful completion of this program is the first step towards receiving a credential from the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition. Students enrolled in the program receive assistance in preparing for the assessment process leading to the CDA credential. NOTE: In addition to the education requirement, which this certificate fulfills, students must meet a 480-hour field experience requirement to earn the CDA credential. Requirements: You must complete the eight required topics (125 hours) with a 70 percent average on exams and projects and attend at least 80 percent of classroom instruction for each course. You may start the program in any term. Prerequisites: High school diploma / TASC; writing proficiency. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application ($25) (complete online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce), successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Total tuition: $1195 (125 hours). Tuition may be for full program or by semester. Financial aid may be available to program participants (see page 7). Those with 6 months or more recent experience in Early Childhood field, may be eligible for NYS Educational Incentive Scholarship Program EIP grant at www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu or call 1-800-295-9616. Eight topics include: ■ Principles of Child Growth and Development ■ Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Development ■ Planning a Safe, Healthy Learning Environment ■ Promoting Children’s Physical and Intellectual Development ■ Establishing Productive Relationships with Families ■ Observing and Recording Children’s Behavior ■ Managing an Effective Program Operation ■ Commitment to Professionalism and Seminar on Child Abuse (NOTE: This seminar does not satisfy New York State requirement for Child Abuse Identification and Reporting.)

Child Care Program 42 sessions / 125 hours / COTC / $1195 total

Spring 19 sessions / 56 hours / COTC Part 1 Mo/We Feb 21-Mar 19 6:30-9:30 pm / $270 Part 2 Mo/We Mar 26-May 7 6:30-9:30 pm / $265

Summer 11 sessions / 33 hours / COTC / $320 *Students who attend SU also must attend in fall $340.

Fall 23 sessions / 69 hours / COTC / $660*

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Carol Robinson 718-960-8512 carol.robinson@lehman.cuny.edu www.lehman.edu/ce

NEW CDA Portfolio Review and Verification Visit Preparation This class is designed to support the CDA Candidate and inform how to navigate the credentialing process. Students will be provided guidelines to organize CDA Portfolio. Competence statements and resources will be reviewed. CCP 95 1 session / 2.5 hours / COTC / $55 Sat May 19, 9:30 am -12 pm

COMING SOON Medication Administration (MAT) Training

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FREE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE DEMOS

MEET IT EXPERTS! Mon Jan 22 6:30 pm Carman Hall IT Center Gate 2

■ Microsoft Office & Adobe Courses ■ Administrative / Executive Assistant ■ Microsoft Office Specialist ■ CompTIA: A+ Computer Technician ■ Cisco Networking Academy ■ Virtual Reality (VR) Training

Call 718-960-8512 to confirm location

NEW Microsoft Office Basics

COORDINATOR:

Regina Ward 718-960-8667 computer.programs@lehman.cuny.edu

MICROSOFT WORKSHOPS

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam Preparation:

How to Effectively Use a PC

WORD / EXCEL / POWERPOINT

Whether you have been using the computer for a while or are a new user, you will learn some new skills and tips in this workshop. Topics covered include: using the mouse and keyboard, the Start menu and taskbar, moving and resizing windows, and launching programs. Learn how to create desktop shortcuts, change basic settings, manage and organize files and folders, use the control panel, configure user accounts, and work with devices. Also covered are browsing the web, adding sites to your favorites list, and keeping your computer safe and secure.

Being Microsoft Office certified informs prospective employers of your level of expertise even before you go for an interview. This workshop will help you prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams by recommending and demonstrating specifically designed books, videos, tutorials, and practice software. Gain an edge in preparing for the exams in this workshop. PCW 90 2 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $85 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm May 14-16

PCW 41 1 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $85 Sat 9:30-4 pm Feb 3 (includes 30-min break)

Microsoft Publisher Are you a small business owner, teacher, tutor, or writer or just wish to learn more about desktop publishing? With Microsoft Publisher, you can create flyers; business cards; calendars; price tags; labels; newsletters; and more. You will learn to create and publish professional marketing and other communication materials for print, social media, and email. Microsoft Publisher makes this an easy and enjoyable experience. PCW 67 2 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $85 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm May 7-9

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PCW 02 2 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $85 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm Feb 10-17

ADMINISTRATIVE / EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT In today’s competitive job market, individuals need not only excellent computer skills, but also the ability to write and speak well and to present a professional, polished appearance. The Administrative Assistant Certificate offers participants the opportunity to acquire these skills.

CURSO EN ESPAÑOL

NUEVO Optimización de sus iPads de uso, tabletas Android Y teléfonos inteligentes

Mejore el uso de sus equipos electrónicos con nuevas y modernas aplicaciones. Mantenga control de las aplicaciones que sus hijos usan y que pueden ser peligrosas. PCW 66 2 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $85 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Feb 26-28

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

Microsoft Office is the most widely used office productivity software in the business and corporate world. This course will introduce you to Microsoft Office and its applications. You will learn about each of the applications and their functions, how to navigate the interface, how to perform basic tasks, and much more. This course is best for those who have had limited or no prior experience using Microsoft Office.

Program certification: Complete application online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce or visit www.lehman.edu/ce to download application, certificate request form, and for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Business Communication Page 23 ■ How to Effectively Use a PC see column 1 ■ Microsoft Office Basics above; if applicable ■ Microsoft Word Page 19 ■ Microsoft Excel Page 19

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Office Specialist

Microsoft

This program prepares you to take the Core and Expert level certification examinations, a globallyrecognized standard. Earning MOS certification acknowledges that you have the expertise to work with Microsoft Office programs. MOS certified individuals report greater competence and productivity with Microsoft Office programs, as well as increased credibility with their employers, coworkers and clients. MOS certification sets you apart in today’s competitive job market, bringing employment opportunities, greater earning potential and career advancement, in addition to increased job satisfaction. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application, successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete application online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce or visit http:// www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuingeducation/forms.php to download application, certificate request form and for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Microsoft Word: Part 1 and 2 ■ Microsoft Excel: Part 1 and 2 ■ Microsoft PowerPoint

ELECTIVE (CHOOSE 1): ■ Microsoft Access ■ Microsoft Outlook

TESTING CENTER AT CUNY-ON-THE-CONCOURSE Certiport Microsoft Office tests in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are just a few of the exams given at our Testing Center.

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Microsoft Word

Microsoft Outlook

Whether you need a professional-looking document for work or personal use, Microsoft Word helps you create it. This comprehensive course teaches basic to advanced skills of the program starting with formatting, copying/cutting and pasting, setting margins, and using tabs. You will advance to topics such as pagination, headers and footers, columns, tables, and pictures. References, footnotes, bookmarks, Word styles and other advanced topics are covered. By the end of the course, you will have a high level of proficiency with this essential program. Prerequisite: PCW 02 or proficiency with navigating a Windows computer, and have basic experience using Microsoft Word. Please bring a flash drive to the first session. PART 1 CBS 90 6 sess / 15 hours / LEHC / $205 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Feb 21-Mar 12 PART 2 CBS 91 5 sess / 12.5 hours / LEHC / $165 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Mar 14-28

Using this e-mail and personal information software, you will learn how to read, create, and send e-mail messages and manage messages and their attachments. Also covered are how to create appointments and schedule meetings, work with contacts and contact groups, manage address books, customize messages and signatures, and set up automatic replies. EDP 37 4 sessions / 12 hours / LEHC / $165 Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Mar 3-24

Microsoft Excel Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program with multiple uses. Excel is a must for accountants, office workers, and marketing managers. Personal uses include budgeting and data tracking. You will start by learning how to create, format, edit, and manipulate worksheets. At the next level you will use formulas, functions, and create tables and charts. Advanced-level topics covered are PivotTables, what-if analysis, and VLOOKUP. Upon completion of the two parts, you will have the knowledge and experience to fully use this powerful and versatile program. Please bring a flash drive to the first session. Prerequisite: PCW 02 or proficiency with navigating a Windows computer, and have basic experience using Microsoft Excel. PART 1 CFM 60 7 sess / 15 hours / LEHC / $205 Thu 7:35-9:45 pm Feb 22-Apr 12 PART 2 CFM 61 5 sess / 12.5 hours / LEHC / $165 Thu 7:35-9:45 pm Apr 19-May 17

Microsoft PowerPoint This slide-based presentation software is a necessary tool used by marketers, advertisers, trainers, teachers, and anyone needing to make a professional presentation. Microsoft PowerPoint helps to present your ideas clearly using headlines, bullets, pictures, charts, tables, audio, and video. Slide by slide, PowerPoint guides you as you create a colorful story for your audiences. PowerPoint also has personal uses such as creating a photo album or recipe collection. Upon completion of this course, you will have the skills to create an effective presentation that you can deliver with confidence. EDP 51 5 sessions / 12.5 hours / LEHC / $165 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Apr 9-23

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The A+ Computer Technician Program covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software and helps prepare you for entry-level jobs in information technology including help desk and technical support. It also helps prepare you for the CompTIA A+ certification examinations (see http://www. comptia.org for information on the exams) and for more IT-industry certifications such as Cisco and Microsoft. CIP 120 24 sessions / 72 hours / COTC / $1049 Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Feb 13-May 10

Academy

Cisco Networking

A+ COMPUTER TECHNICIAN

CompTIA

A+ Computer Technician

The Cisco Certified Network Associate is the first level of Cisco’s career certification. This newly revised CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum prepares students who are seeking entry-level Information and Communications Technology (ICT) jobs, or plan to pursue more specialized ICT skills. The program helps students build workforce readiness skills for in-demand jobs. CCNA Routing and Switching provides comprehensive coverage of networking topics, from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, along with opportunities for hands-on practical experience. The complete curriculum is approved by the Cisco Networking Academy. You will be prepared to take the Cisco CCENT certification exam after completing CCNA 1 and 2 and the CCNA Routing and Switching certification after completing all four courses. Prerequisite: A+ Computer Technician course or experience. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download certificate request form, and for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE The A+ Computer Technician and the Cisco Certified Networking Associate are qualified for a Workforce1 ITG Voucher. If you have 12 or more months of related experience, you may be eligible for an Individual Training Grant (ITG voucher), issued from Workforce1 Career Centers, which provide funding for occupational skills training that leads to employment in New York City high-demand occupations. Become a Workforce1 member and request a ITG voucher at a Workforce1 Center near you. Visit http://www1.nyc.gov/ site/sbs/careers/access-training.page for more information.

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ENTRY NETWORKING TECHNICIAN (CCENT) ■ Introduction to Networking: CCNA 1 ■ Routing and Switching Essentials: CCNA 2

NETWORKING ASSOCIATE (CCNA) ■ Scaling Networks: CCNA 3 ■ Connecting Networks: CCNA 4

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

FREE

CompTIA & Cisco DEMO NIGHT Tuesday, Jan 23 6:30 - 8 PM CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse 3rd floor

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Intro to Networking: CCNA 1 Topics include basic principles of communication in networks; definition and function of network protocols and network models (e.g., OSI); communication layers in network models; addressing and naming schemes; subnet masks; Ethernet concepts; basic cabling and network design; and basic router and switch configuration. Working on state-of-theart Cisco hardware, you will build small networks to analyze real data and engage in packet tracer activities to analyze protocol and network operation. Prerequisite: Firm grasp of microcomputer hardware and operating systems on non-networked systems. CIP 120 or equivalent is highly recommended as preparation for Basic Networking: CCNA 1. Prerequisite CIP 120 or equivalent. CIP 225 10 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775 Sat 9:30-4 pm Mar 3-May 19

Routing and Switching Essentials: CCNA 2 Topics include the functions and services of routers, hardware and software components, configuration and management of routers, static and dynamic routing, routing protocols, and routing tables. Prerequisite: CIP 225 or equivalent. CIP 226 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775 Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Mar 7-May 21

Scaling Networks: CCNA 3 Topics include Ethernet networks; basic switching concepts; installation, configuration, operation, management and troubleshooting of switched networks and CISCO switches; VLANs and related switching technologies; basic wireless networking concepts, protocols and software and hardware components; and wireless LAN configuration, management, security and troubleshooting. Prerequisite CIP 226 or equivalent CIP 227 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775 Offered summer 2018

Connecting Networks: CCNA 4 Topics include: WAN connectivity technology (e.g. point-to-point protocol and frame relay); IP addressing and network traffic control; access control lists (ACLs); network security threats and solutions; and configurations and management of routers. Specialized devices and software to support WANs are also covered. Students are prepared to take the CISCO CCNA certification exam at the successful completion of this course,. Prerequisite: CIP227 or equivalent.

Virtual Reality TRAINING

WITH WORLD LEADER

EON REALITY We are looking for you! We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic individuals who have a passion to succeed in the exciting world of Virtual Reality. You may have experience and a protfolio in gaming and web design or another IT area. It’s a plus if you have an academic or inductry background in computer science, architecture, engineering, mathematics, design, physics, or similiar fields. Spanning 11 months, including 3 months theory (phase 1) and 8 months project (phase 2), the Virtual Reality Training Academy will immerse you directly in a professional context through theoretical training and realworld projects. The problem-solving and group activities stimulate innovation and creativity and prepare you to join or launch a business upon completion of the training.

How to apply for Phase 1: Fill out the application form: http://lehman.edu/vr/ starting Jan 3, 2018. Screening process: A selection committee including experts from Lehman College’s Information Technology Div. and Computer Sciences Dept. and Lehman’s Partner, world leader, EON Reality, reviews applications.

Classes begin in May 2018 at CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor, Bronx, NY

Training Schedule and Cost: Phase 1: Classroom 3 months (Theory) 6-9 pm, Monday through Friday 9 am–5 pm, Saturdays $499 for CUNY students and employees $599 for non-CUNY applicants

CIP 228 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775 Offered fall 2018

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BUSINESS & FINANCE PROGRAMS Earn a certificate: ■ Business Bookkeeping ■ Personal Financial Planning CFP® ■ Real Estate Salesperson ■ Notary Public ■ IRS Enrolled Agent ■ Entrepreneurship: Wedding & Event Planner and Corporate Event Planner ■ Coming in Fall 2018: Accountant Assistant

Learn more about: ■ Lehman’s Launchpad (Business Incubator for Bronxites) ■ Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

FREE CAREER INFORMATION SESSIONS: Saturday, Jan 6, 10:30 am LEHC Wednesday, Jan 10, 6:30 pm LEHC Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 pm LEHC Saturday, May 12, 10:30 am LEHC LEHC Lehman College Music Building, 1st Fl - East Dining Room

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


REFRESHER (AFTR) COURSE NEW - PHYSICIAN’S FIN. MANAGEMENT

BOOKKEEPING NEW - ANNUAL FEDERAL TAX

Business

BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING The knowledge and skills needed for those aspiring to become full-charge bookkeepers are taught in this program. Opportunities for employment in this field are available in a variety of organizations and businesses. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download certificate request form, and for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES

■ Bookkeeping I ■ Bookkeeping II ■ Individual & Business Taxation: Part 1 ■ QuickBooks ■ Effective Business Communication (recommended) ■ Individual & Business Taxation: Part 2 (recommended)

Bookkeeping I

QuickBooks

This entry-level course describes the concepts and principles of accounting and data accumulation techniques with an emphasis on preparation and interpretation of financial statements. In addition, students will learn to understand how the basic accounting process, sales, purchases, and other transactions are recorded and classified into individual accounts. Areas of concentration include the accounting cycle in service and merchandising business, for a sole proprietorship.

This hands-on course teaches students how to perform basic accounting procedures using this popular software. Computer systems enable organizations to systematically identify, acquire, store, analyze, distribute, and reuse information and knowledge to enhance organizational productivity and competitiveness. This course also describes the role of QuickBooks Accounting and Microsoft Excel in the development and management of record keeping initiatives. Prerequisites: recent completion of CFM38, current experience or pretest. A USB flash memory device/jump drive must be brought to first class.

CFM 38 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Wed 7-9:45 pm Feb 28-May 9

Bookkeeping II Companies today ask for financial information that enables them to make informed decisions in a rapidly changing business environment. This course gives students the tools to understand how the accounting process puts all of a company’s financial data into standardized formats that can be used for decision making, analysis and planning. Areas of concentration include current and long-term assets, current and long-term liabilities and statements of cash flow. An introduction to accounting for partnerships and corporations is included. CFM 37 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Tue 7-9:45 pm Feb 27-May 8

Introduction to Individual & Business Taxation: Part 1 This course introduces students to federal income tax as it relates to individuals and businesses. Areas of concentration include income inclusion and exclusion and deductions as they are defined, utilizing the Internal Revenue Code and related material. Special classes of taxpayers including partnerships, estates, and trusts are considered as well as accounting and procedural rules. New York State and City taxes are covered. CFM 46 10 sess / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Thu 7-9:45 pm Mar 1-May 10

CFM 39 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $435 Mon 7-9:45 pm Feb 26-May 7

NEW

Introduction to Individual & Business Taxation: Part 2

(recommended) This course is a continuation of CFM 46. Topics to be covered will be: Sole Proprietorship (Schedule C); Passive Income (Schedule E); Gain & Losses (Schedule D); Depreciation & Basis; Partnership Returns (Form 1065); Sub Chapter S Returns (Form 1120S) and Tax Planning. CFM 66 10 sess / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Mon 7-9:45 pm Mar 5-May 14

Effective Business Communication Writing & Oral Skills for Professionals (recommended) Are your communication skills holding you back in your job or business? In this course, you will develop skills in the preparation, organization, and presentation of oral and written communication. Major goals are to develop clear, correct, concise, and logical messages and to become aware of the human relations aspects of communicating. The ability to write and speak clearly and effectively will make you stand out among your peers. CBS 28 8 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $245 Sat 9:30-am-12 pm Feb 17-Apr 21

COORDINATOR:

Lynn Karam lynn.karam@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-5182

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Planning ® CFP

Financial

Personal

Investments

The Certificate Program in Personal Financial Planning (PFP) presents techniques to formulate and execute comprehensive financial plans that assist clients in accumulating, conserving and transferring personal wealth. REQUIREMENTS FOR CFP® CERTIFICATION: Students who successfully complete the program may apply for the CFP® certification exam. In addition, passing the CFP® Certification Examination plus fulfilling experience, undergraduate degree, and ethics requirements can lead to certification by CFP board, granting the individual the right to use the CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and certification marks. Detailed requirements for CFP certification can be found at www.CFP.net. NOTE: The certification marks and are owned by the Certified Financial Board of Standards, Inc. Prerequisites: 60 college credits required; completed bachelor’s degree preferred; functional knowledge of financial analysis techniques and a basic understanding of economics. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must complete a program application ($25), successfully complete all course requirements listed at the time of applying, and submit a certificate request form ($7). Complete online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce or visit http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ academics/continuing-education/forms.php to download application, certificate request form and for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Intro to Financial Planning ■ Risk Management ■ Tax Planning and Management ■ Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits ■ Investments ■ Estate Planning ■ Financial Plan Development Course (Online)

COORDINATOR:

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

Broad overview of subjects basic to an understanding of the environment and fundamentals of investing. Includes a review of the organization and structure of securities markets as well as a detailed analysis of the nature of stocks and bonds, with focus on pricing, quality, liquidity and risk. Emphasis is on a practical understanding of investment alternatives as they apply to portfolio management and counseling of private investors. PFP 62 12 sess / 36 hours / LEHC / $435 Advisory services, 36 NYS CPE credit

Mon 6:15-9:15 pm Feb 26-May 21

Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits The subject matter covers the fundamentals of retirement planning and employee benefit plans and focuses on qualified plan coverage and eligibility requirements; suitability of an investment portfolio for a qualified plan and the integration of the plan with social security. The basic characteristics of specific employee benefits and the income tax impact to both employer and employee are discussed. In addition there will be a recommendation of a specific plan for a particular client situation. PFP 64 12 sess / 36 hours / LEHC / $435 Advisory services, 36 NYS CPE credit

Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Feb 21-May 16

Financial Plan Development Course (Online) $899 Using financial planning software, students learn multiple approaches to identifying and planning for a client’s goals and risks and applying the CFP® Board’s Practice Standards. Offered in conjunction with Dalton Education, this course is a program requirement and part of the CFP Board’s education requirement. For more information and to register, go to http://www.dalton-education.com/store/ dalton-education/cfp-capstone-courses/7-coursecapstone and select Lehman-CUNY from the drop down menu, or call (877)426-2373.

Register 2 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements. LEHC: Lehman College Campus


REAL ESTATE IRS ENROLLED AGENT NOTARY PUBLIC

Licensure

IRS ENROLLED AGENT PREPARATION An Enrolled Agent is a tax professional who has earned the privilege of representing tax payers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled Agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants, are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, which types of tax matters they can handle and which IRS offices they can practice before. The program fulfills the educational requirements of the Internal Revenue Service to sit for the Special Enrollment Exam (SEE), which is a three-part examination. Those who pass both the examinations and the background check are Enrolled Agents.

PROGRAM COURSES : : ■ IRS Enrolled Agent Prep, Part 1: ENR 100/1 ■ IRS Enrolled Agent Prep, Part 2: ENR 100/2

Individual Taxation and Ethics

REAL ESTATE Real Estate Salesperson’s Course is a New York State-approved course for individuals who are preparing for the real estate licensing examination.

Real Estate Salesperson’s Course The Real Estate Salesperson’s Course is a New York State-approved course for individuals who are preparing to sit for the real estate salesperson’s licensing examination. RES 33 meets the new 75hour requirement for the salesperson’s license. In order to satisfactorily complete this course, students are required to attend a minimum of 90 percent (67.5 hours) of classroom instruction, exclusive of sessions devoted to review and/or examination and must pass the final examination. Topics include: license law and regulations; law of agency; real estate instruments; estates and interests; real estate financing; land use regulations; introduction to construction; valuation; human rights and fair housing; environmental issues; and real estate mathematics. Required textbook New York Real Estate for Salespersons 6th Ed by Marcia Darvin Spada, publisher: OnCourse Learning. RES 33 sessions / 75 hours / LEHC / $469 Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Feb 21-Apr 25 and (3) three Sat 9 am-3 pm after March 3 TBA

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An in-depth analysis of the rules and regulations governing the preparation of individual income taxes. It includes: sources of income; allocation of income; adjustments and deductions; credits; and alternative minimum tax. Practice and procedures are discussed, including a complete discussion regarding the representation of a client before the Internal Revenue Service. (Prerequisite: CFM 38 or equivalent course or experience.) ENR 100/1 20 sess / 41.5 hours / LEHC / $555 Taxation, 41.5 NYS CPE credits. Note: This course is not recognized as a 4-hour CPE ethics course.

Tue/Thur 7:30-9:35 pm Feb 22-May 8

Business Taxation This course includes an in-depth analysis of business and wealth transfer taxes. Topics include: the rules and regulations concerning the taxation of business entities, i.e., individual proprietorships, partnerships and corporations; and wealth transfer taxes on gifts, estates and trusts. The course also covers the qualifications and filing requirements of exempt organizations. ENR 100/2 12 sessions / 36 hours / LEHC / $495 Taxation, 36 NYS CPE credits

Summer Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm June 5-July 12 Notary Public Exam Preparation This workshop helps participants prepare for the NYS notary public exam. Topics include duties and functions, laws, terminology, and ethics. Copies of notary license laws and exam application are provided. NTP 10 1 session / 5.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 9:30 am-3:30 pm Mar 10

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N.Y.S. CPE Credit The Lehman College SCPS is approved by the N.Y.S. Education Department State Board for Public Accountancy to offer certified public accountants and/or public accountants mandatory CPE credits under N.Y.S. License # 002749. Noted with the courses in the Personal Financial Planning Program and the IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation Program are the number of hours of CPE credits and the CPE subject area(s) covered. Upon completion of the course, participants receive certificate(s) of completion. Participants must inform the instructor(s) at the first class meeting that the course is being taken for mandatory CPE hours for N.Y.S. Licensed Accountants. For NYS CPE requirements, go to www. op.nysed.gov.

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WEDDING & EVENT PLANNER S.M.A.R.T. CORPORATE EVENT PLANNER BRONX BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Entrepreneurship

Wedding and Event Planner Certification

S.M.A.R.T. Corporate Event Planner Certification ONLINE

The Wedding and Event Planner Certificate course includes planning, coordinating and directing weddings. Includes the following topics: the business structure; documentation; information; contracts; vendor collaboration; marketing; and prospective bride and groom collaboration.

Become a Corporate Event Planner! The course provides a detailed guideline on how to design & plan the event, set budgets, successfully execute event, review performance, and charge for services. The CEP course is known as S.M.A.R.T. because it covers: Special Events: galas, fundraisers, public relations, product promotions Meetings: professional, corporate, business networking Assemblies: conferences, conventions Recognition: incentives, awards, achievements Training: seminars, workshops, education

WPC 01 10 sessions / 35 hours / COTC / $1295* Wed 6-9:30 pm Mar 21-May 30 *Fee includes tuition, textbook, online access in addition to classroom instruction, testing and national certification from the Wedding Planning Institute. Payment plan is available. Students interested in establishing their own businesses will be able to take advantage of Lehman’s wraparound business services and advisement at no extra cost. *Register by calling 888-221-9988 or visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847074&group

CEP 01 online course / $1295* *Register by calling 888-221-9988 or visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847074&group

Preston Bailey: Signature Wedding & Event Design Course This course will allow students to experience the step-by-step processes and techniques utilized by one of the globe’s leading wedding and event experts, industry pioneer Preston Bailey. This new course is a comprehensive “how-to” for the industry, providing real behind-the-scenes footage, photographs and documentation, including insights into the wizardry that can make a wedding a one-of-akind, magical event for a couple and their guests. There is a distinctive difference between an event planner and an event designer. While the event planner is involved in every aspect of the logistical project management of the planning process and the event itself, it is the event designer who designs the event details from top to bottom, including the design surrounding the activities that make an event come to life. In many cases it is the designer who extracts the emotional and personal elements of a client, and weaves them into the event design as an expression of who they are. A wedding planner taking this course will learn the art of design and how to apply design techniques to their existing fund of knowledge and services for their clients. (Recommended prerequisite: Certificate in Wedding and Event Planning.) WPC 03 10 sessions / 35 hours / COTC / $1395* Thu 6-9:30 pm Mar 22-May 31 *Register by calling 888-221-9988 or visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847052&group=

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


HAVE A BUSINESS IDEA? WE CAN HELP MAKE IT A REALITY!

The mission is to provide customized solutions through advisement, education, research and advocacy for entrepreneurs, innovators and the small- & medium-enterprise community.

Join a select group of future business leaders at Lehman College’s launchpad: The Business Incubator for Bronxites!

BRONX BUSINESS BRIDGE

The vision of the NYS SBDC brings world-class business expertise to the SME community.

The NYS SBDC’s values are summarized in its customer service principles. Our goal is to treat customers as we expect to be treated.

Take full advantage of our services including:

FREE Small Business Counseling Services:

 Certificate in Entrepreneurship  Mentorship Program  Assistance Obtaining Financing

 Connections to Potential Customers

■ Start-up and Existing Businesses ■ Business Planning ■ Financial Planning ■ International Trade Assistance ■ Access to Capital

www.lehman.edu/bbb

Office Location: Carman Hall, Room 128

 Networking Events and Workshops  Affordable Office Space

Contact Information: 718) 960-8806 www.sba.gov / www.nyssbdc.org

Questions? samira.bahrami@lehman.cuny.edu

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P L A N Y O U R PAT H T O PASS THE TASC REGISTER

REGISTER

REGISTER

FOR TASC TEST

FOR TASC TEST

FOR TASC TEST

LANGUAGE ARTS & SOCIAL STUDIES and /or MATH & SCIENCE

LANGUAGE ARTS & SOCIAL STUDIES

MATH & SCIENCE

ADVANCED

ADVANCED

SELF-STUDY

TASC PREPARATION

TASC PREPARATION

MATH & SCIENCE

INTERMEDIATE PreTASC PREPARATION

MATH & SCIENCE

LANGUAGE ARTS AND SOCIAL STUDIES

TASC Readiness Assessment & Advisement

INTERMEDIATE PreTASC PREPARATION

LANGUAGE ARTS & SOCIAL STUDIES

SELF-STUDY BASIC

BASIC

PreTASC PREP

PreTASC PREP

MATH

WRITING

PLACEMENT TEST

GOING

TASC Readiness Assessment & Advisement

UP!

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


GET YOUR HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CERTIFICATION through our TASC Preparation Program All TASC prep courses are offered at CUNY on the Concourse (COTC) 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor, near Fordham Road The TASC: Test Assessing Secondary Completion, is the official NYS High School Equivalency Certification. These test preparation courses are ideal if you have an immediate goal of taking the TASC test or are retesting or want to improve your skills. These courses may be eligible for ACCES-VR and Veterans Tuition Assistance. NOTE: To sit for the TASC, a 30-day proof of N.Y. residency is mandatory.

Placement Test is required at CUNY-on-the Concourse DATES: Tuesday, January 16, 6-9 pm Wednesday, January 17, 6-9 pm Thursday, January 18, 6-9pm Saturday, January 20, 10 am-1 pm or 2-5 pm $20 money order or debit card (When you register for classes, the $20 registration fee will be waived)

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE

LANGUAGE ARTS AND SOCIAL STUDIES

TASC test subject areas are algebra, geometry, functions, number and quantitiy, statistics and probability, earth and space sciences, life and physical sciences.

Language arts consists of a reading test and a two-part writing test. Social studies includes American history, civics and government, economics, geography and world history.

ADVANCED TASC PREPARATION

ADVANCED TASC PREPARATION

MATH AND SCIENCE

LANGUAGE ARTS AND SOCIAL STUDIES

Review key areas of mathematics and science emphasized on the test. Recognize and use information presented in words, symbols, graphs, and diagrams. Prepare for the TASC through a variety of math and science testready activities.

Review key ideas and vocabulary in reading, writing and social studies. Prepare for the TASC essay test. Practice a variety of language arts and social studies test-ready activities.

TAS 23 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Sat 10 am-12:30 pm Jan 27-Apr 14 (off Mar 31, Apr 7)

TAS 21 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Sat 1-3:30 pm Jan 27-Apr 14 (off Mar 31, Apr 7) INTERMEDIATE TASC PREPARATION (PreTASC) LANG ARTS /SOCIAL STUDIES

INTERMEDIATE TASC PREPARATION (PreTASC) MATH AND SCIENCE

Become familiar with TASC math and science content, procedure and vocabulary. Gain testtaking skills in math and science through ongoing TASC test practice.

Develop your reading and writing skills using TASC test concepts and vocabulary. Read and discuss social studies topics and issues. Gain confidence in using reading, writing and social studies test practice items.

TAS 22 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Wed 6:30-9 pm Jan 31-Apr 11 (off Apr 4)

TAS 20 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Mon 6-8:30 pm Jan 29-Apr 23 (off Feb 12, 19, Apr 2)

NEW BASIC PREPARATION MATH

NEW BASIC PREPARATION

(PreTASC)

(PreTASC)

TASC TEST CENTER in English & Spanish You can take the TASC on the Lehman College campus, an official NYS test center. It is administered monthly. TASC OFICIAL CENTRO DE PRUEBAS En inglés y español Puedes tomar el TASC en el Colegio Lehman, un Centro oficial de pruebas del Estado de Nueva York. Es administrado mensualmente.

TASC READINESS ASSESSMENT & ADVISEMENT Are you planning to pass the official TASC Test? Become familiar with the TASC. Make a study plan. Math, Science, Social Studies Readiness Assessment 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $15* MSS 01: Wed 6-9 pm Mar 7 MSS 02: Wed 6-9 pm Mar 21 MSS 03: Wed 6-9 pm Apr 11 MSS 04: Wed 6-9 pm Apr 25 *Fee includes registration, testing and feedback. Reading and Writing Readiness Assessment 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $15 RAW 01: Thu 6-9 pm Mar 8 RAW 02: Thu 6-9 pm Mar 22 RAW 03: Thu 6-9 pm Apr 12 RAW 04: Thu 6-9 pm Apr 26 *Fee includes registration, testing and feedback.

WRITING

Develop basic understanding of whole numbers, algebra, and geometry required to prepare for the TASC test.

Learn grammar and organization for writing sentences, paragraphs and whole texts, used in the essay portion of the TASC test.

TAS 18 6 sessions / 12 hours / COTC / $99 Tue 6-8 pm Jan 30-Mar 13

TAS 19 6 sessions / 12 hours / COTC / $99 Mon 4-6 pm Jan 29-Mar 19 (off Feb 12 and 19)

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HIGH SCHOOL SHSAT Prep for grades 7, 8 Page 43. Algebra 1 Regents Test Prep Page 43.

COLLEGE SAT Prep for grades 11, 12 Page 43.

GRADUATE SCHOOL Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Preparation GRE Pre-Test Required: $20* Mon Mar 5, 6:30 pm. Come to Carman Hall 128. Call 718-9608512 to make appointment if you cannot come on March 5 at 6:30 pm. *$20 is applied towards registration fee for class. This GRE preparation course offers quality instruction and is a review of all sections of the exam: verbal reasoning; quantitative reasoning and analytical writing are covered. First session is dedicated to pre-test evaluation. The GRE is offered year-round. GRE 12 10 sessions / 30 hours / LEHC / $399 Mon 6:30-9:30 pm Mar 12-May 21

PROFESSIONAL PREP Real Estate Salesperson Page 25. Notary Public Exam Prep Page 25. PMP Project Management Exam Prep Online Page 38.

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Certification Prep

HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE GRAD SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL

Teacher

TEST PREP

ELECTRONIC REPORTING

CAP & VPW WORKSHOPS

If you are employed or plan to be employed by the Department of Education, you must self-register to create a TEACH account using the website http:// www.highered.nysed.gov/tcert/teach/. Lehman College will report your completion electronically within 21 business days of workshop date. Workshop completion is recorded in the “Workshops” tab in the scroll box of your TEACH account (access your TEACH account information (under “Inquiry Links”). If you need assistance logging into your TEACH account or viewing the information in the account, you may contact technical support representatives at 518-486-6041 or teachhelp@ nysed.gov.

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting

DASA WORKSHOP Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention This 6-hour, face-to-face course satisfies the New York State requirement for course work or training in harassment, bullying, cyberbullying and discrimination prevention and intervention under the Dignity for All Students Act.

In-Person: DSA 10 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $69 9:30 am-3:30 pm SPRING 1 Sun Mar 11 SPRING 2 Sat Apr 21 SPRING 3 Sat Jun 2

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

In-Person: CAP 01 1 session / 2 hours / LEHC / $39 Sun 9:30-11:30 am Mar 18 or Online: CAP 10/$39 Visit www.lehman-ce.org for more information. NO REFUNDS are applicable to this online workshop. You will be e-mailed login and password information within 24-48 business hours.

Violence Prevention Workshop In-Person: VPW 01 1 session / 2 hours / LEHC / $39 Sun 12-2 pm Mar 18 or Online: VPW 10/$39 Visit www.lehman-ce.org for more information. NO REFUNDS are appcable to this online workshop. You will be e-mailed login and password information within 24-48 business hours.

Needs of Students with Autism Workshop Online: SWA 10/$39 Visit www.lehman-ce.org for more information.NO REFUNDS are applicable to this online workshop. You will be e-mailed login and password information within 24-48 business hours.

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


INTENSIVE TEACHER CERTIFICATION EXAM PREP Courses are specifically designed to assist students to pass the New York State certification examinations. Visit www.nystice.nesinc.com/ to register for the exam and to choose the CUNY-on-the-Concourse Testing Center.

Combined Early Childhood / Childhood MS-CST Exam Preparation This interactive multi-subject CST prep workshop covers all of the exam’s subtests, multiple-choice and written response parts: ELA/Literacy; Math & Arts; and Sciences. Approaches, guidelines, resources, models and examples, will be presented for discussion. Extensive practice will be done so that you know what to expect when you take the exam and how to continue your preparation and practice on your own. For more information visit www.nystce.nesinc.com CST 14 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139 Sat 10 am-4 pm Feb 10

EAS Exam Preparation This interactive EAS exam prep workshop covers all aspects of this exam including multiple-choice and constructed written responses, and new changes that incorporate aspects of the discontinued ALST exam. Approaches, guidelines, resources, models and examples will be presented for discussion. Extensive practice will be done so that you know what to expect when you take the exam and how to continue your preparation and practice on your own. For more information visit www.nystce.nesinc.com EAS 14 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139 Sat 10 am-4 pm Mar 10

Assistant Teaching Review & Test Prep – ATAS For individuals interested in taking the New York State Assessment of Teacher Assistant Skills Test. The course reviews the core areas of the NYSATAS (reading, writing, math and instructional support) and provides analysis of multiple-choice questions similiar to those those presented on the examination. You are required to purchase and bring the following book to class: CST Assessment of Teacher Assistant Skills ATS 095 by Xamonline. ATP 10 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139 Sat 10 am-4 pm Apr 14 Visit www.nystice.nesinc.com/ to register for exam and to choose the CUNY on the Concourse Testing Center.

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSES ■ Photography

■ Acting

■ Technology

■ Music

■ Languages

■ Fitness

■ Cooking

■ Aquatics

CURSO EN ESPAÑOL NUEVO

Optimización de sus iPads de uso, tabletas Android Y teléfonos inteligentes Mejore el uso de sus equipos electrónicos con nuevas y modernas aplicaciones. Mantenga control de las aplicaciones que sus hijos usan y que pueden ser peligrosas. PCW 66 2 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $85 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm Feb 26-28

Languages American Sign Language I An introduction to American Sign Language is provided in this course which includes grammatical principles, vocabulary building, finger spelling and practice in receptive and expressive skills. ASL 10 7 sessions / 10.5 / LEHC / $150 Sat 9:30-11 am Mar 10-May 5 (off 3/31, 4/7)

Photography

Technology

Hands-on Introduction to Digital Photography

Microsoft Publisher

Classroom discussions, instructor-led photo shoots, and training in photo-editing software will get you up and running with digital photography. Learn to use the manual settings on your camera, and how to use aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and white balance settings to create professional quality images. A digital single lens reflex or another digital camera with manual controls, should be brought to the first class. EDP 77 5 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $195 Sat 10 am-1 pm Mar 10-Apr 21 (off 3/31, 4/7)

Are you a small business owner, teacher, tutor, or writer or just wish to learn more about desktop publishing? With Microsoft Publisher, you can create flyers, business cards, calendars, price tags, labels, newsletters, and more. You will learn to create and publish professional marketing and other communication materials for print, social media, and email. Microsoft Publisher makes this an easy and enjoyable experience. PCW 67 2 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $85 Mon/Wed 6:30-9 pm May 7-9

Adobe Photoshop The Digital Darkroom: Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop Learn to use Adobe Lightroom and utilize darkroom techniques, developed over decades of film photography, with digital images. Adjusting exposure, contrast, and color are essential for producing professional photos. This is followed by an introduction to Adobe Photoshop for more complex image editing. Students prepare images for the web and for print and have a hands-on opportunity to output photos to a high-quality printer. A $15 material fee (cash only) is to be paid at the first class. EDP 78 6 sessions / 18 hours / LEHC / $235 Sat 10 am-1 pm Offered fall 2018

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This course covers basic and intermediate skills in Adobe Photoshop, the world-leading photo editing software. You will learn to apply the principles of effective graphic design and how to best present images and color in a digital world. EDP 56 7 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $259 Wed 7-9:30 pm Offered fall 2018

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

NEW American Sign Language II For students who have some basic knowledge of ASL or for those who wish to continue and improve skills learned in American Sign Language I. This class builds on grammatical principles, vocabulary, finger spelling and practice in receptive expressive skills. ASL 12 5 sessions / 7.5 / LEHC / $125 Sat 11:30-1 pm Mar 10-Apr 21 (off 3/31, 4/7)

Speed Spanish The speaking and listening skills necessary for everyday contact with the Spanish-speaking community in New York City and abroad are taught. Students speak Spanish in class from the first day. This course is for those with no knowledge of Spanish. LSP 20 8 sessions / 12 hours / LEHC / $165 Sat 9:30-11 am Mar 3-May 5 (off 3/31, 4/7)

Register 2 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements. LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Fitness NEW Hot New York-Style Salsa Dance the exciting “New York nightclub” style of salsa! Hit the floor, have a great time and look awesome. Learn a variety of cool salsa steps, leading, following, and smooth-partner combinations. All moves are repeated many times so that you’ll understand and remember them. Salsa timing is learned through live drumming as well as live playing of the clave, cow bell and guiro. Wear loosefitting clothing and be prepared to sweat! Partners are not necessary. If you always wanted to learn salsa, now is your chance! PES 17 5 sessions / 6.25 hours / LEHC / $105 Sun 12-1:15 pm Feb 25-Mar 25

Feel better, look better and think better! In this course for beginners, you will learn postures and stretches to increase flexibility and strength along with deep breathing practices to expand lung capacity and calm the mind. Meditation exercises will be practiced to increase your mental focus, concentration and promote relaxation. Loose fitting clothes are recommended; a yoga mat is required. PES 70 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $115 Sun 10:30-11:45 am Mar 11-Apr 29

Acting NEW Acting Workshop In a supportive and fun environment under the guidance of an accomplished actor/comedian and drama teacher, participants learn improvisation, character development and voice techniques. Creativity, spontaneity and concentration are developed in this basic acting class. No previous experience is necessary. PFA 40 4 sessions / 8 hours / LEHC / $125 Fridays, 6:45-8:45 pm Mar 2-23

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The Creative Kitchen: Delicious and Healthy Home Cooking SPRING UPDATE! Surprise family and friends with delicious and healthy main dishes, salads and desserts made from seasonal, fresh and local ingredients which you learn to prepare in Lehman’s state-of-the-art kitchen lab. This semester, dishes taught in this hands-on course include: kabocha squash (Japanese squash); ravioli with turkey meat sauce; pork loin with an onion mustard sauce served with asparagus and jasmin rice; poached salmon with carrots and celery served with rice pilaf; and roulade (rolled cake) filled with whipped cream and berries. Helpful kitchen tips and tricks are integrated throughout the course. Be prepared for a taste sensation! You are asked to come to class in appropriate attire for cooking. A $25 materials fee (cash only) to be paid at the first class meeting.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Yoga Flow for Mind and Body

Cooking

CUL 07 4 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $139 Sat 9:30 am-12 pm Mar 3-24

Music Guitar for Adults at All Levels Master the guitar now with the “See it—Say It— Play It” technique developed by guitar instructor Teddy Crawford. Whether you are a true beginner or someone who has played before, you will make progress from the first session. Fun songs are introduced in interactive jam sessions giving students of all levels the opportunity to participate and learn in a stress-free setting. Different styles such as pop, R & B, folk, calypso, reggae, Latin American and jazz are introduced. A guitar is required for the first class; a nylon string acoustic guitar is recommended but not mandatory. PFA 63 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $135 Sat 2:15-3:15 pm Mar 10-Apr 28 (off 3/31, 4/7)

Piano I for Adults Have you always wanted to learn how to play the piano? Now you can, in a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere. This course will emphasize note reading, rhythm and proper posture and hand technique at the keyboard. Upon completion, you will be able to play simple melodies. PFA 50 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Tue 7-8 pm Mar 13-Apr 24 (off 4/3)

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Aqua Zumba Splash your way into shape with an invigorating low-impact aquatic exercise. Known as the Zumba® “pool party,” the Aqua Zumba program gives new meaning to the idea of a refreshing workout. Integrating the Zumba-philosophy with traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba® blends it all together into workout that’s cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and exhilarating! PES 68 7 sess / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Thu 6:30-7:15 pm Mar 1-Apr 19 (off 4/5)

Synchronized Swimming

Aquatics

Synchronized swimming is a performance sport which takes place in deep water. Swimmers learn sculling techniques; how to tread water; intermediate and advanced swimming strokes and kicks. Advanced swimmers work on developing core control and increased grab on the water. All swimmers learn figures (stunts) appropriate to their ability and experience. Designed to develop increased fitness while having fun in the water. Prerequisites: ability to swim 20 yards, and be comfortable in deep water and underwater. PES50: Swimming for Beginners. PES 58 8 sess / 10.5 hours / LEHC / $220 Thu 7:15-8:33 pm Mar 1-Apr 26 (off 4/5)

Swimming for Beginners

Water Aerobics for Beginners

For adults with no experience in the water, this course covers proper breathing, floating, the front crawl and elementary backstroke. Fundamentals of water safety are included. Enrollment limited. Swim cap is required. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

Do you want to get in shape and love aerobics but need low-impact movement that protects your knees and joints? Water aerobics combines gentle and fun movement while you keep cool in the pool!

PES 50 7 sess / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 SPRING 1 Fri 6:15-7 pm Feb 9-Mar 23 SPRING 2 Sat 8:10-8:55 am Feb 10-Mar 24 SPRING 3 Sun 10-10:45 am Feb 11-Mar 25 SPRING 4 Sun 10:50 am-11:35 am Feb 11-Mar 25 SPRING 5 Fri 6:15-7 pm Apr 13-May 25 SPRING 6 Fri 7:15-8 pm Apr 13-May 25

Advanced Beginner Swimming PES 51 7 sess / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Review and continue to develop beginner swimming skills including floating, front crawl and comfort in deep water. SPRING 1 Fri 7:15-8 pm Feb 9-Mar 23 SPRING 2 Sun 9:10-9:55 am Feb 11-Mar 25

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PES 69 7 sess / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Tue 6:30-7:15 pm Apr 24-Jun 5

NEW Lifeguard

Training & Exam

Lifeguard Training Lifeguard Training provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to breathing and aquatic emergencies and to provide care for cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel arrives. Training includes Red Cross CPR and Lifeguard exam.Job placement available.

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CUNYcard photo I.D. required for APEX classes.

2 Easy Steps to get CUNYcard ID 1. Make payment: Pay $5 ID money order-only fee between 9 am-4 pm, Mondays through Fridays: bring Continuing Education registration receipt to Shuster Hall basement 078 with $5 MONEY ORDER only for CUNYcard ID OR between 4-6:30 pm, Mondays through Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 am-1:30 pm, bring $5 MONEY ORDER only (no cash) may be paid for CUNYcard ID fee at Continuing Education office in Carman Hall 128. 2. Have CUNYcard photo processed: Photo schedule is posted online at http://www.lehman. edu/lehman/public-safety/id-schedule.php, in Carman 128 or call Public Safety at 718-960-8593. After paying for CUNYcard (see directions above) bring current Continuing Education registration receipt, CUNYcard payment receipt and photo I.D. to Shuster 079. CUNYcards must be re-activated in Shuster 078 each semester of attendance.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

▪ Proof of age: minimum age 15 years old ▪ In-Water Placement Test: - Swim 200 yards of freestyle/front crawl and 100 yards of breaststroke continuously - Tread water for 2 minutes using legs only while keeping your chin above the water - Timed swim (starting in water, 20 yard swim on the back and exit without using ladder) including ob ject retrieval without goggles Placement Test Fee $20 and dates: LFG01 1 sess / 1 hour / LEHC / $20 Sec 1: Sat 10 am Feb 10 Sec 2: Sat 11 am Feb 10 Sec 3: Sun 10 am Feb 11 Sec 4: Sun 11 am Feb 11

Lifeguard Training Course LFG 100 5 sess / 25 hours / LEHC / $429 Sat/Sun 9am-2 pm Feb 17 and Feb 18 and Tue/Wed/Thu 9 am-2 pm Feb 20-22 Enrollment limited. Swim cap is required. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

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Here’s a wonderful opportunity to take college-level courses on a non-credit basis at the affordable tuition of $299 for each course. Explore a passion or try something new! You can go back in history, learn a new language, explore the latest in multimedia, create a work of art in painting, drawing or sculpture, or even complete a writing project. Continuing Education, in cooperation with the School of Arts and Humanities, is pleased to offer a huge selection of courses taught by Lehman’s outstanding faculty. Courses are offered during the day and in the evening on campus. Spring class start dates: Saturday, 1/27/18 through 2/2/18; classes end by 5/16/18. For course schedules and even more classes, visit: https://issuu.com/lehmancollegeconted/docs/non-credit_20classes_20sp18

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African American Studies AAS 228—The African American Family A look at the African American family from the time of enslavement to the present. AAS 245—History of African American A study of the major forces shaping the history and culture of African Americans. AAS 267—African American Literature Literary expression and historical experience of African American writers. AAS 317—African Americans and the Law Major constitutional and statutory provisions and judicial rulings affecting African Americans. AAS 305—African American Philosophical Thought Traditional and contemporary African philosophical thought, including worldviews, ethics, ontology, and religions.

Art ART 100—Basic Drawing Introduction to drawing: perceptual skills, line, value, placement, and perspective. ART 101—Introduction to Two-Dimensional Design For students with little or no experience in design. Practices, concepts, history and aesthetic impact of twodimensional design; history of type and practice of lettering: and type; pen and pencil; collage and assemblage.

ART 102 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design Concept, design-theory, and three-dimensional organization through the functions of space, volume, mass, plane, and line. ART 103 Introduction to Printmaking Basic techniques of printmaking: etching, woodcut, lithography, and silkscreen. ART 112 Introduction to Digital Imaging Introduction to art and imagery using computers and digital media. Production of a portfolio of images for presentation. Students need no previous computer experience.

Literature ENG 223—English Literature Study the masterworks that form the basis of the literary heritage of the English language, from Shakespeare to Yeats and beyond.

ENG 328—Poetry Learn how to read and understand poetry by engaging in critical study of representative poems. ENG 330—Fiction Read to your heart’s content while studying representative short fiction and major novels. ENG 334—Drama Studies in drama from Aeschylus, to Beckett, to Parks. Themes vary by semester. ENG 335—Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature Critical examination of selected works for children [and adults] in a variety of literary forms—fairy tales, animal fables, adventures, and stories of family and friendship.

ENG 226—Shakespeare Now is your chance to finally understand Shakespeare! The course analyzes representative plays with attention to language, structure, and thematic unity.

ENG 336—Critical Approaches to Adolescent Literature Critical study of literature of special interest to adolescents. Readings in fiction, drama, and memoirs focus on such themes as coming-of-age, knowing good and evil, confronting mortality, leaving home, discovering love and sexuality, and defining identity.

ENG 227—American Literature Great fiction, poetry, and drama from the colonial period through the Civil War era to the present.

Drama & Film

ENG 229—Contemporary Urban Writers Enjoy the imaginative writings of authors who examine the personal, cultural, and political dimensions of urban experience, past and present. .

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ENG 260—Multicultural American Literature Examine the many different cultural, ethnic, and social strands in American literature.

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ENG 334—Drama Studies in drama. Topics vary by semester. ENG 342—Film Studies Study of film, with attention to stylistic and narrative strategies, historical and contemporary genres, and theory.

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Writing

Media Studies

ENW 210—Introduction to Creative Writing Try your hand at writing poetry, fiction & drama.

FTS 212—Introduction to Film and Television Lab & lecture. Narrative structures, genres, styles, technological practices, criticism, and theory in film and television.

ENW 300—Business Writing Refine your work-related writing by focusing on rhetorical issues and strategies for persuasion in business memoranda, documents, and presentations. ENW 3070—Health and Science Writing Sharpen your work-related writing in the social, natural, and health sciences, including nursing. ENW 365—Special Topics in Professional Writing

Journalism JRN 221—Reporting I Learn the fundamentals of multimedia news reporting and writing—basics of responsible journalistic work and writing, news-gathering, storytelling styles and approaches to writing for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the Internet. JRN 323—Feature Writing Students should have knowledge of the fundamentals of journalistic writing. Up your game with feature journalism in print and online, with an emphasis on reporting and writing entertainment, fashion, sports, arts, and business stories, including profiles, theme pieces, and reviews. JRN 356—Digital Photojournalism Learn multimedia storytelling through images using concepts and techniques in digital photography, including shooting, editing, and displaying news photos.

History AMS 111—American Culture - Values and Traditions Introduction to the values, traditions, and beliefs central to American culture. HIS 242—Contemporary European History Study the major themes in European history from the nineteenth century to the present. HIS 243—Foundations of the U.S. Examine the major themes in American history from the end of colonization to the Civil War. HIS 244—Modern United States History Delve into themes in U.S. history from the era of the Civil War and Reconstruction to the present.

FTS 218—Animation and Anime Narratives This exciting course is an overview and examination of story construction and presentation in animation/anime films focusing on the theory and practice of storyboard creation. MCS 244—Communication in Society Study the role of media in the formation of identity, political opinion, subjectivity (racial, gender and sexual), celebrity, and ethics. LPR 353—Latino Media The production, representations, and cultural meanings of Latino media in the U.S., including television, radio, film, advertising, newspapers, and magazines.

Languages 100-level courses - Elementary *For students with limited or no prior knowledge. *All language course practice elements of communication, grammar and culture, as well as development of oral and written expression and comprehension. Oral/ aural practice in the Language Laboratory. Course taught in course language. FRE 111—Elementary French I FRE 112—Elementary French II GRK104—Elementary Ancient Greek II ITA 111—Elementary Italian I ITA 112—Elementary Italian II JAL 112—Elementary Japanese II LAT 104—Latin II

SPA 204—Elements of Contemporary Spanish II For native or near-native speakers. Sources of vocabulary, word formation, and problems in oral and written expression. For native speakers already proficient in grammar and written expression who wish to continue their study of the structure of the language.

300-level courses - Advanced *Students should have a fairly advanced working knowledge of elements of communication and grammar, as well as oral and written expression and comprehension. FRE 352—Special Topics in French Literature Topic: Indian Ocean Voices FRE 356—Special Topics in Modern French Literature Topic: The discussion and analysis of Modern French and Francophone Theater. French literature of the twentieth century. JAL 302—Advanced Japanese II Review and extension of grammar and syntax through the discussion of magazine and newspaper articles. Study of the appropriate use of kana and kanji.

Latin American, Latino & Puerto Rican Studies SPA 233—Latin American Literatures in Translation The poetry, novel, and essay of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

200-level courses - Intermediate

LPR 242/LAC 231—Latinos in the United States A comparative study of the social, political, and economic processes affecting Latino groups in the U.S.

*Students should have an introductory working knowledge of elements of communication and grammar, as well as oral and written expression and comprehension. Courses focus on grammar review, extensive reading, composition, and oral practice.

LPR/LAC 224—Dominicans in the U.S. Migration, settlement, incorporation, labor market, culture, and identity of the Dominican community in the United States.

FRE 201—Intermediate French Grammar FRE 202—Intermediate French Reading and Composition ITA 201—Intermediate Italian Grammar Grammar review, extensive readings, composition, and oral practice.

LAC 266—Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean I Survey of the peoples and civilizations of Pre-Columbian America, and of the institutions, economy, history, and culture of Latin America and the Caribbean from the European conquest to the early nineteenth century (1492-1808).

JAL 202—Intermediate Japanese II Development of vocabulary, and practice in speaking, reading, and writing; study of Kanji (Chinese characters). SPA 201—Intermediate Spanish Grammar Grammar review, extensive reading, composition, and oral practice.

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SPA 202—Intermediate Spanish Reading SPA 203—Elements of Contemporary Spanish I For native or near-native speakers. The grammatical structure of today’s standard Spanish. Intensive practice in reading, speaking, and elementary composition.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LPR 353—Latino Media The production, representations, and cultural meanings of Latino media in the U.S., including television, radio, film, advertising, newspapers, and magazines.

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Philosophy PHI 169—Critical Reasoning An introduction to the concepts and methods of thinking, reading and writing analytically. PHI 171—Problems of Philosophy Introduction to philosophic thinking via a discussion of questions such as “How should I live?,” “What is the truth about reality?,” and “Can God’s existence be known?” PHI 173—Justice and Society A study of freedom, justice, and order, and the primary conflicts among them. PHI 177—Philosophy - Contemporary Music Examine contemporary genres of music from a philosophic point of view.

Music MSP 100—Chorus Open to any student with the ability to participate in group singing.

MSP 167—Strings II Elementary facility on string instruments. Basic knowledge required. MSP 185—Elementary Guitar Playing Learn basic chords, melodies, and music reading. Students supply their own acoustic guitar. MSP 190—Group Piano 1 Piano for beginners. No previous piano knowledge required. MSP 191—Group Piano 2 Piano for intermediate players. MSP 192—Group Piano 3 Piano for advanced players. MSP 203—Concert Band Open to all qualified students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. The study and performance of Concert Band repertoire. MSP 204—Orchestra The study and performance of orchestral works. MSP 206—Latin Band Open to all qualified students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. The study and performance of Latin Band repertoire.

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MST 100 Fundamentals of Music Theory Elements of music notation, the structure of scales and chords and the study of melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic techniques. No previous musical experience is required. MST 322—Recording Techniques and Studio Production Recording, editing, and mixing digital audio and MIDI, and film scoring techniques. Working knowledge required. MST 323—Scoring for Media A hands-on studio course for musicians who wish to learn the basics of writing and producing original musical scores for media projects. MSH 280—Entrepreneurship in the Entertainment Industry Examination of issues and practices in the music and entertainment industries—copyright, intellectual property rights, business, & marketing practices.

Dance DNC 211—Modern Dance Principles I Study the basic principles of alignment, movement and elementary techniques in modern dance. DNC 201—Ballet Principles I Study fundamental techniques of barre, adagio, and petite allegro. DNC 235 - Dance Perspectives The nature of dance, its forms, practices, and purposes, and its relevance to society. Students will attend performances and participate in occasional movement exercises related to topics of study. DNC 303—Advanced Ballet Advanced techniques of barre, adagio, and petite allegro. Requires a knowledge of these techniques. DNC 352—Special Topics in World Dance: Dances of the Caribbean Post-Maria Course addresses the current state of affairs in the Caribbean due to the reality of devastating natural forces generated by climate change and other imbalances. While we study and practice salsa, we will also practice dance as a form of consciousness that leads to constructive action.

Theater THE 201—Theatre Workshop: Scenery/ Properties Application of principles and theories of scenic construction through participation in theatre productions. THE 202—Theatre Workshop: Costume/ Wardrobe Application of principles and theories of costumes and wardrobes construction through participation in theatre productions. 4-hour studio course. THE 203—Theatre Workshop: Lighting/Sound Application of principles and theories of electric, light & sound board operations, and electric, light & sound board crew construction through participation in theatre productions. 4-hour studio course. THE 204—Theatre Workshop: Stage Management Application of principles and theories of stage management construction through participation in theatre productions. 4-hour studio course.

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MSP 166—Strings I Bowing and the positions, practice in reading simple compositions. No previous knowledge of a string instrument required.

MSP 227—Voice and Diction 2 Learn the fundamentals of diction in French, Spanish and English, text interpretation, style, and its application in vocal performances.

THE 306—Multimedia Production Workshop THE 307—Multimedia Post-Production Workshop Application of principles and theories of multimedia arts pre- and post-production through participation in Department multimedia projects THE 314—Advanced Stage Management Students will stage manage a departmental production. Previous experience and knowledge required. THE 331—Acting II Continued study and practice of the principles of acting, with emphasis on characterization and scene work. THE 326—History of the Theatre I History of the theatre and drama to the seventeenth century. THE 327—History of The Theatre II History of the theatre and drama from the seventeenth century to the present. THE 435—Advanced Acting This course focuses on acting techniques to perform Shakespeare and other classical/verse plays. Must have had the equivalent of at least one acting class at the college level.

DNC 411—Advanced Modern Dance Advanced theory and technique, with emphasis on choreographic style. DNC 306—Multimedia Production Wkshp. DNC 307—Multimedia Post-Prod. Wkshp. Practical application of principles and theories of multimedia arts production and post-production through participation in Department multimedia projects.

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Class Tuition is $299 plus $20 reg fee.For specific class schedule and availability, visit: https://issuu.com/lehmancollegeconted/ docs/non-credit_20classes_20sp18. ce@lehman.cuny.edu

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ED2GO MINDEDGE CORPORATE EVENT PLANNER LOVEGEVITY AMERICAN MANAGEMENT AMA AMERICAN(AMA) ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT ASSOC.

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 Art, History, Psychology & Literature  Business Administration  Courses for Teaching Professionals  Database Management & Programming

 Entertainment Industry  Grant Writing & Nonprofit Management  Health Care Continuing Education

For course descriptions and a full listing of over 250 online courses visit www.ed2go.com/lehmance. Tuition for most classes is $115 (registration fee included). Six-week, twelve-session classes begin on Wednesdays: Jan 17, Feb 14, Mar 14, Apr 11, May 16, Jun 13, 2018 and more. Students take part in online discussions and receive live instructor support. Certificates are awarded (web site downloadable) to students who successfully complete their courses. REFUND POLICY FOR ed2go COURSES: A 100% refund, less registration fee, may be issued for courses dropped by student prior to third on-line session. Students must drop in writing by e-mailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu prior to the third online session. For more information or to register, visit: www.ed2go.com/lehmance.

FLEXSTUDY NON-CREDIT COURSES Tuition is $95 (registration fee not included). Classes are self-paced; start at any time and finish within a 3-month period. Certificates are awarded to students who successfully complete their courses. REFUND POLICY FOR FLEXSTUDY AMA COURSE: A 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to first login to the course(s). Students must drop in writing by e-mailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu prior to the first login to the course(s). For more information or to register, visit: www.flexstudy.com/lehmance.

NON-PROFIT & PROJECT MANAGEMENT NON-CREDIT COURSES  Non-Profit Management Courses/Certificate  PMP® Project Management Courses/Certificate These comprehensive PMBOK®-based courses are in an easy-to-learn, self-paced learning format and are ideally suited for busy professionals looking for a convenient and affordable way to train and prepare for the PMP® Exam, or earn PDUs to maintain PMP® certification. Each course combines text, graphics, interactive exercises, case studies and practice exams and are assigned 3.5 to 38 Professional Development Units (PDUs). Individual courses range from $70-$150. Refer to website for more information. REFUND POLICY FOR MINDEDGE COURSES: You may request a refund (minus 10% cancellation fee) up to 5 days from the start date. No refunds will be issued after 5 days from the start date of purchase. Visit http:// www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/online-programs.php and www.execlearn.com/ programs/lehman.php for more information.

NEW S.M.A.R.T. Corporate Event Planner Certification ONLINE

Become a Corporate Event Planner! The course provides a detailed guideline on how to design and plan an event, set budgets, successfully execute the event, review performance, and charge for services. The CEP course is known as S.M.A.R.T. because it covers: Special Events: galas, fundraisers, public relations, product promotions Meetings: professional, corporate, business networking Assemblies: conferences, conventions Recognition: incentives, awards, achievements Training: seminars, workshops, education CEP 01 online course / $1295* *Register by calling 888-221-9988 or visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847074&group

COORDINATOR:

Maryann Drago-Dowling maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8077 38

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Earn College Credit Achieve Your Goals The College Board’s College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) has been the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program for nearly 50 years, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and administered in more than 1,800 test centers. These exams allow students to test their mastery of college-level material in introductory subjects and earn college credit. Students can earn credit and get closer to achieving their educational goals by earning qualifying scores on one or more CLEP exams.

CLEP exams When you take a CLEP exam, you can select the institution that should receive your scores. An official score report will automatically be forwarded to the school. You will also receive an unofficial copy of your score for your records immediately after the examination (except for College Composition). If you do not indicate where you would like your score sent when you register, you can always request a transcript at a later time for a fee. Submit the Transcript Request Form — it’s available on the CLEP website, clep.collegeboard.org/about/score.

How do I prepare for the CLEP? Information on CLEP exam practice materials can be found on the CLEP website, clep.collegeboard. org/test-preparation.

I’m ready to take a CLEP exam Visit clep.collegeboard.org to sign in to your College Board account or create an account. Once logged in, register for a CLEP exam online. After you complete registration, make an appointment at our test center. For information on office hours and test dates, please visit our website or contact our office.

Test Center at Lehman College

School of Continuing & Professional Studies SCPS CUNY-on-the-Concourse - Test Center 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor, Bronx, NY 10468 718-960-6900 or 718-960-8512 www.lehman.edu/ce 1. Pay exam fee at clep.collegeboard.org CLEP Exam Fee: $85 Payments by credit card (preferably) or money order, made payable to “CLEP” 2. Pay administration fee when scheduling your exam at CUNY-on-the-Concourse or by calling 718960-8512. Test is administered on Fridays at 12:30 pm or 2:30 pm at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd fl. Administration Fee for test center: $49 Nonrefundable credit card or money order payable to “Lehman College”

718-960-8512

College-Level Exam Preparation (CLEP® ) Earn college credit for what you already know! Earn up to 9 credits!

Available CLEP Exams Lehman College provides credit for successful scores on several CLEP exams. The following table lists the exam(s) for which credit is granted and the equivalent course you would bypass at Lehman College. Other colleges have different course and credit equivalents; please consult with the specific college for details.

Subject CLEP Exam Title Lehman Course Equivalent/s American Government American Literature Analyzing International Literature Business Law Calculus College Algebra College Composition College Mathematics Educational Psychology English Literature Financial Accounting General Biology General Chemistry History of the U.S. I History of the U.S. II Human Growth & Development Humanities Information Systems Introductory Psychology Introductory Sociology Natural Science Pre-Calculus Principles of Macro-Economics Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Principles of Micro-Economics Social Science and History Western Civilization I Western Civilization II Languages: French, Spanish or German

POL 166 (3crs) ENG 227 (3crs) ENG 222 (3crs) BBA 336 (3crs) MAT 175 (4crs) & MAT 176 (4crs) MAT 104 (3crs) ENG 111 (3crs) MAT 135 (3crs) *PSY 9999 (3crs) ENG 223 (3crs) *ACC 9999 (3crs) BIO 166 (4crs) & BIO 167 (4crs) CHE 166/167(5crs) & CHE 168/169(5crs) HIS 243 (3crs) HIS 244 (3crs) HIN 268 (3crs) HUM 250 (3crs) CIS 211 (4crs) PSY 166 (3crs) SOC 166 (3crs) *GEO 9999 (4crs) MAT 172 (4crs) ECO 166 (3crs) BBA 332 (3crs) BBA 204 (3crs) ECO 167 (3crs) *SOC 9999 (3crs) & *HIS 9999 (3crs) HIS 246 (3crs) HIS 247 (3crs) No credit granted at Lehman

*Note that courses numbered 9999 may not be considered as an exact equivalent, but will count as elective credit at Lehman College.

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School of Continuing & Professional Studies 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Carman Hall 128 Bronx, New York 10468

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE COURSES ■ INTENSIVE PROGRAM

ESL 14 Reading/Writing/Grammar 9:30-11:45 am 28 sessions / 63 hours / $575 / LEHC

■ COLLEGE PREPARATION WRITING COURSES FOR MORE INFORMATION:

ESL 15 Listening/Speaking/ Pronunciation 12:05-2:20 pm 28 sessions / 63 hours / $575 / LEHC Tuition cost for both classes: $1139

brenda.perez@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8659

TAKE THE NEXT STEP! MOVE UP! Learn English to get a better job, go to college, take a training course, or just get more out of life in the U.S. Small classes Customized instruction Student-oriented environment Dedicated and dynamic teachers Up to date facilities Flexible schedules - Full and part-time programs

Registration In-person: Lehman College, Carman Hall room 128 or at CUNY-on-theConcourse, 3rd floor, 2501 Grand Concourse near Fordham Road; by phone: 718-9608512 or online: www.lehman.edu/ce

PLACEMENT TEST REQUIRED Bring $20 money order or debit card to our offices: Carman Hall 128, near Gate 2 Goulden Avenue OR CUNY-on-the-Concourse, 3rd Floor, 2501 Grand Concourse, near Fordham Road Monday-Thursday 9 am-5:30 pm, Friday 9 am-3 pm or Saturday 9 am-12 pm

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SPRING B Mar 19 - May 10 (off 4/2 to 4/5) Monday-Thursday ESL 16 Reading/Writing/Grammar 9:30-11:45 am 28 sessions / 63 hours / $575 /LEHC

Placement testing and registration for ESL programs and classes All new students must take a placement test and pay a non-refundable $20 testing fee (payable by money order or debit card only) which can be applied to any Continuing Education course for a period of one year from the date of payment. For more information, please call 718-960-8512.

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Learn English for college, graduate school, or professional advancement in this academic program. You can take a reading and writing class or a listening and speaking class or you can take both classes. The intensive program is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students holding the F1 visa/status. F1 visa holders must take both classes. SPRING A Jan 16 - Mar 7 (off 2/12,21/9) Monday-Thursday

■ PART-TIME SATURDAY OR EVENING COURSES

■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Intensive English Program

ESL 17 Listening/Speaking/ Pronunciation 12:05-2:20 pm 28 sessions / 63 hours / $575 / LEHC Tuition cost for both classes: $1139

Bridge to College Continue to improve your English skillswhile preparing for college in this Friday morning class. ESL 20 ESL Bridge to College Advanced Level 6 sessions / 15 hours / $149 / LEHC Fridays 9:30 am-12 pm Jan 26-Mar 2

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Part-Time Program Evening Courses Are you a busy, working adult who needs to focus on all aspects of English? Are you planning to enroll in college or need to advance your professional career? In these classes you will improve all four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. ESL 11 Evening ESL Intermediate & Advanced Levels 10 sessions / 30 hours / $279 / COTC Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:15-9:15 pm SPRING A Jan 16-Feb 15 SPRING B Mar 6-Apr 12 (off 4/3 to 4/5) SPRING C May 1-31

Intensive Writing Course Are you planning to enroll in college, advance your professional career or take the CUNY Assessment tests? These classes will improve your writing skills and help prepare you for college and career advancement. ESL 32 Writing II Intermediate Levels 10 sessions / 30 hours / $279 / COTC Mondays & Wednesdays 6:15-9:15 pm

SPRING A Jan 17-Feb 26 (off 2/12, 19) SPRING B Mar 19-Apr 25 (off 4/2 to 4/5)

Part-Time Program Saturday Courses Improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skill using authentic language and materials that will enable you to function in your daily life, prepare for college or get a better job.

CUNY Citizenship Now! APPLICATION ASSISTANCE

ESL 19 Saturday ESL Intermediate & Advanced Levels 9 sessions / 30 hours / $279 / COTC Saturdays 9:15 am-12:35 pm

Permanent residents are assisted with their citizenship applications. Visit http:// www.cuny.edu/about/resources/citizenship.html

SPRING A Jan 20-Mar 17 SPRING B Mar 24-Jun 9 (off 5/26)

Events are open to anyone, not only CUNY students. Languages spoken: English, Spanish and Chinese. Experienced lawyers and other immigration professsionals will assist you in filling out forms if you meet all the following naturalization requirements: ● You have resided in the United States as a permanent resident for 5 years (or 3 years if you are married to and living with a U.S. citizen) ● You have been physically present in the United States for half of the 5 years (or 3-year period) ● You are at least 18 years old A $680 filing fee (check or money order) is required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. For more information, call 212-568-4679.

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Saturdays

learning & are for fun!

Join our Saturday classes and enjoy art, music and writing, explore computer technology and keep fit with basketball and swimming (in an Olympic-sized pool!). Improve your math and English language arts and prepare for high school and college admission with test prep classes.

lehman.academy@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512

Academic Skills English Language Arts (ELA) Reading and writing skills are developed in a supportive environment with a focus on reading comprehension, vocabulary and critical thinking. Writing skills are strengthened as children respond in paragraphs and essays to both literary and nonfiction selections. A love for reading is fostered.

Math Improvement In a supportive environment, children focus on grade-appropriate computational skills and problem solving. They gain confidence in their ability to work with mathematical concepts which results in the enjoyment of math. 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sat Mar 10-Apr 28

6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sat Mar 10-Apr 28

Grades 1, 2 YPP 169 Grades 3, 4 YPP 162 Grades 5, 6 YPP 163 Grades 7, 8 YPP 165

Grades 1, 2 YPP 124 Grades 3, 4 YPP 158 Grades 5, 6 YPP 159 Grades 7, 8 YPP 161

The Creative Writer Gr 3-6

9:15-10:30 am 9:15-10:30 am 9:15-10:30 am 10:45 am-12 pm

COMBO Discounts DISCOUNT A* $10

Register one or more children in 2 classes each and receive $10 off tuition each child.

DISCOUNT B* $20

Register one or more children in 3 or more classes each and receive $20 off - each child.

10:45 am-12 pm 10:45 am-12 pm 10:45 am-12 pm 9:15-10:30 am

Catch your ideas and run with them! Develop them into imaginative short stories, poems, letters, or newspaper articles under the guidance of an experienced teacher and member of the NYC Writing Project. Children enjoy this fun and creative process and develop essential writing skills that help them express their ideas, thoughts and feelings for both schoolwork and personal projects. YPP 231 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $110 Sat 10:45 am-12 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

*ONLY one discount applies.

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Technology

Test Prep

Creative Arts

Computer Animation Gr 3-7

SAT PREPARATION (Math Only) Gr 11, 12

NEW Mask Making Workshop-

PowerPoint, a “slideshow on a computer,” will be used in a creative and fun way to learn to move characters along a motion path. By controlling the timing of each slide, children will synchronize their presentations to music. In addition, they will transform WordArt into a spinning circle, and create stencil and glowing neon letters. Please bring a new flash drive to the first session to save projects. YPP 222 7 sessions / 7 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 11:15 am-12:15 pm Mar 10-May 5

Photoshop Fun for Kids Gr 3-7 Budding computer, art and photography students are introduced to a wide variety of digital drawing tools. These tools are used to manipulate graphics and text into strange new realities using the Magic Wand. Photoshop is not only used for retouching photos, but is also great for designing graphics for web pages. Children will create a 3-D logos and will render them with realistic shadows. Please bring a new flash drive to first session to save projects. YPP 232 7 sessions / 7 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 10-11 am Mar 10-May 5

Computer Coding I for Kids Gr 5-8 Children enter the exciting world of computer technology as they learn the essentials of HTML and CSS coding. Using these skills they will create a simple, static website. Creativity, logic and problem solving skills are fostered in the fun world of computer programming. Please bring a new flash drive to the first session OR have a personal email address and password to save projects. YPP 229 7 sessions / 7 hours / LEHC / $125 Sat 12:30-1:30 pm Mar 10-May 5

NEW Computer Coding II for

Kids Gr 5-8

For those with a basic knowledge of computer coding or who successfully completed Computer Coding for Kids, Part I, this course will build on that experience and cover intermediate topics of HTML and CSS coding and responsive web design. Please bring a new flash drive to the first session OR have a personal email address and password to save projects. YPP 233 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $115 Sat 1:45-2:45 pm Mar 10-Apr 21

Students are engaged in extensive math practice and drills while in class and are taught strategies to use while taking the exam. Please bring textbook, The Official SAT Study Guide, 2018 edition, by The College Board, to the first class. YPP 192 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Sat 9:05-11:05 am Mar 10-Apr 21

Using their unlimited imaginations, children will design, construct and embellish with paints, markers, sequins, feathers and other decorations, half-face, full-face and full-head masks. Subjects can be favorite characters, real and imagined animals, emotions or anything else that inspires them. Your child will have great fun making and wearing their durable creations.

SAT PREPARATION (Verbal Only) Gr 11, 12

YPP 250 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $95 Sat 12:15-1:30 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

All verbal topics in the revised exam are covered: writing, including the essay and questions on grammar and usage; and critical reading. Testtaking strategies are included. Please bring sameetextbook as YPP192 above.

Comic Book Making for Kids Ages 9-13

YPP 193 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Sat 11:35 am-1:35 pm Mar 10-Apr 21

Test Prep for NYC Specialized HS (Math Only) Gr 7, 8 This math skills course helps prepare students for the newly revised New York City Specialized High School Admissions Test for Bronx High School of Science, Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn Technical High School and certain CUNY-based high schools. Math skills and test-taking strategies are covered. Please bring text: Kaplan’s NYC SHSAT Prep 2017-2018 to first class. YPP 190 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Sat 11:35 am-1:35 pm Mar 10-Apr 21

Test Prep for NYC Specialized HS (Verbal Only) Gr 7, 8 This verbal skills course helps prepare students for the revised New York City Specialized High School Admission Test for Bronx High School of Science, Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn Technical High School and certain CUNY-based high schools. Verbal skills and test-taking strategies are covered. Please bring same textbook as YPP 190. YPP 191 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Sat 9:05-11:05 am Mar 10-Apr 21

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Ages 7-12

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Is your child exciting about drawing? Children can let their imaginations soar as they create their own comic book characters, develop a story line, make a cover illustration and put it all together in a comic book format to bring home with them at the end of the course. YPP 13 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $95 Sat 10:45 am-12 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Piano I for Young People Children learn to play the piano in a relaxed environment. Emphasis is placed on posture, finger gripping, rhythm and basic music theory. At the completion of the class, students will have the ability to play simple melodies. YPP 125 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat Mar 10-Apr 28 Ages 6-9 Sec 1: 1-2 pm Ages 10-15 Sec 2: 2:15-3:15 pm

Guitar Playing I Ages 7-14 Guitar Playing 1 is designed for beginning-level guitar students or those who have never played before. It covers basic fingerboard techniques, open chord progressions, simple accompaniment styles and one-octave major scales. Different styles are introduced. A guitar, sized for the child, is needed for the first class. YPP 120 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $125 Sat 1-2 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Register NOW! Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements. ce@lehman.cuny.edu

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Little Actors Ages 6-9 Children will develop creativity and self-confidence through improvisation, mime games, movement, creative expression and role playing, and using their imagination. YPP 27 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $95 Sat 12:15-1:30 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Acting Workshop Ages 9-15 This workshop helps in developing creative expression, communication skills and confidence through movement, voice and acting techniques. Improvisation and character development provide an early foundation in theater skills. YPP 26 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $95 Sat 1:45-3 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Sports Basketball Academy Taught by an assistant college basketball coach. boys and girls learn shootoing, passing, strategies, scoring and teamwork with applied practice in game situations.Sneakers required.

Ages 7-10 YPA 40 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 12-1:15 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Ages 11-15 YPA 59 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 1:30-2:45 pm Mar 10-Apr 28

Swimming Classes Registrant Requirements CUNYCARD ID: All students enrolled in classes held in the APEX must obtain a CUNYCard I.D. The schedule to obtain the CUNYCard is available on-line at www.lehman.edu, in the Office of Continuing Education or by calling Public Safety at 718-960-8593. See page 50 for more information. SIGNED WAIVER AND POOL RULES FORM See rules on page 45.

Pool Class Information

Schedule is subject to change: we notify students by email. Classes are sometimes held during swim competitions / meets (in the deep half of the pool). The first class session is the time when students skills are evaluated or re-evaluated. Your child may need to be transfered to a class that better suits her/his current skill level. You will be emailed about the specifics of the new class. We recommend that children with no or very little swimming experience, register with the parent for the Child/Parent Swimming class YPA 39.

Swimming Child / Parent Swimming Young children are taught water safety, basic swimming movements and breathing. This course provides an opportunity for children and parents or guardians to spend time together in a group experience while children develop water confidence. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

Adult + 1 child Age 6-9 YPA 39 7 sess / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Sun 12:30-1:15 pm Feb 11-Mar 25

Swimming I For children with no experience or minimal experience in the water, this course covers fundamental skills including breathing, floating and crawlstroke. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

Ages 6-8

YPA 32 7 sess / 5.25 hours / $125 SPRING 1 SPRING 2 SPRING 3 SPRING 4

Sat 9-9:45 am Feb 10-Mar 24 Sat 10:40-11:25 am Feb 10-Mar 24 Sat 1:10-1:55 pm Feb 10-Mar 24 Sun 11:40-12:25 pm Feb 11-Mar 25

Ages 9-15

YPA 57 7 sess / 5.25 hours / $125 SPRING 1 Sat 2-2:45 pm Feb 10-Mar 24 SPRING 2 Sat 2:50-3:35 pm Feb 10-Mar 24 SPRING 3 Sat 9:50-10:35 pm Feb 10-Mar 24

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Swimming II for Ages 8-15 To enroll, students must be able to swim 15 yards and be comfortable in deep water. Includes elementary backstroke, treading water, improvement of crawlstroke and simple diving. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Prerequisite: Swimming I or permission. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required. YPA 62 7 sessions / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 SPRING 1 Sat 12:20-1:05 pm Feb 10-Mar 24 SPRING 2 Sat 3:40-4:25 pm Feb 10-Mar 24

Swimming III for Ages 8-15 Skills taught include sidestroke, breaststroke, sculling and an introduction to the butterfly stroke. Water safety is emphasized. NOTE: To enroll, students must be able to do the front crawl for 25 meters with rotary breathing, back crawl for 10 meters and tread water. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required. YPA 65 7 sessions / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Sat 11:30 am-12:15 pm Feb 10-Mar 24

Pre-Team Swimming To enroll in this program, swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards of front crawl with good breathing technique as well as the back crawl for 25 yards. The program gives swimmers the opportunity to continue to develop their basic strokes (crawlstroke and backstroke); learn additional strokes (butterfly and breaststroke); racing dives and turns; how to use training equipment such as kickboards, pull buoys and the pace clock as well as practice patterns, practice decorum and practice protocol. Ages 7-15. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. The program has three levels: Pre-Team I: refine strokes and develop stroke mechanics through drills; Pre-Team II: learn racing starts, turns and develop the individual medley; Pre-team III: develop basic conditioning, practice protocol and team terminology Upon successful completion of Pre-Team III, swimmers can try out for the APEX Swim Club team or continue the Pre-Swim Team Program. Prerequisite: Swimming III or permission. Pre-Team I YPA 101 10 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC Sat 9-10 am $175 Feb 3-Apr 28 (off 3/31, 4/7, 4/14) Pre-Team II YPA 102 10 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC Sat 10:10-11:10 am $175 Feb 3-Apr 28 (off 3/31, 4/7, 4/14)

Pool Policies & Procedures for Students using the APEX Pool and Locker Rooms The following policies have been developed to maintain security and ensure the safety of participants in the swimming classes at the APEX pool. Please follow these rules at all times. Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in exclusion from attending class(es) in the APEX.

All aquatics classes held in the APEX OLYMPIC-SIZE POOL

• ALL STUDENTS that are CHILDREN must be accompanied by an adult. Students using the pool outside of class time must pay $10.00* at the APEX entrance. Children must have an adult in the pool with them at all times. • ALL STUDENTS must use the LOCKER ROOMS for changing into swimming apparel. (Bathing suits and swim trunks of nylon and nylon/lycra are required; close fitting swim shirts allowed; no T-shirts; swim caps if hair is longer than 4”). • DISROBING is prohibited in the common areas of the APEX, including hallways, stairwells, and the balcony. • ALL STUDENTS must SHOWER before leaving the locker room to enter the pool area. • ALL STUDENTS must ENTER and EXIT the pool area by way of the locker room and rear hallway. (Parents/guardians may drop off and pick up students at the rear entry door). • ALL STUDENTS must report to the seating area at deckside and await the instructor’s directions. NO STUDENT is permitted to enter the pool without the instructor present. • RUNNING and HORSEPLAY are strictly prohibited. All pool decks are slippery; please exercise caution whenever walking on wet surfaces. • PARENTS / GUARDIANS may sit in the pool balcony or hallway areas while class is in progress; exception: balcony seating may be unavailable in case of events in the pool. Walking on the deck is strictly prohibited. Pick up students at the rear entry doors through the locker room and rear hall. *Fee is subject to change without notice.

Pre-Team III YPA 103 10 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC Sat 11:15 am-12:15 pm $175 Feb 3-Apr 28 (off 3/31, 4/7, 4/14)

718-960-8512

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3 STEPS TO A GREAT SUMMER! 1. COMPLETE

REGISTRATION FORM & pay deposit by Money Order only Half-Day: $50 non-refundable deposit. Full-Day: $100 non-refundable deposit.

2. SUBMIT FULL CAMP

APPLICATION with ALL supporting documents & PAY FULL PAYMENT by due date

3. GO to OPEN HOUSE

Saturday 10:30 am - 12 pm April 21, 28, May 26, June 9

Groups / Ages Junior 1 Ages 6-8 years Junior 2 Ages 9-12 years Dates/Times July Camp July 9-27 (3 wks) Aug. Camp July 30-Aug 17 (3 wks) Full Day Half Day: Half-Day

8 am-6 pm AM: 8 am-1 pm PM: 1-6 pm

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

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Campus Activities: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Swimming (Water Safety) Yoga & Sports (various) Martial Arts Computer Technology Arts & Crafts Reading & Writing Circle Math Games Dance Nature at Lehman

Features: ● Qualified & Experienced Instructors ● Free breakfast & lunch provided to all campers ● Olympic-size pool ● T-Shirt for each camper

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

SEE Early Bird

DISCOUNTS & DUE DATES!

FOR MORE INFO: Call: 718-960-8512 Visit: www.lehman.edu/ce Lehman College Continuing Ed - Carman 128 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Bronx, NY 10468

Email:

summer.camp@lehman.

cuny.edu

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Sum mer Ca mp u s - Ti mel i n e Completed Application, All Documents, Deposit (by money order only) and Tuition Balance (Full Payment) due on the Early Bird Date or Final Due Date.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT PRICING: EARLY BIRD Discount #1 APRIL 26 FULL PAYMENT DUE July Camp: Full Day $1448* Half Day $724** Aug. Camp: Full Day $1448* Half Day $724** EARLY BIRD Discount #2 MAY 31 FULL PAYMENT DUE July Camp: Full Day $1548* Half Day $774** Aug. Camp: Full Day $1548* Half Day $774**

COMPLETED APPLICATION & FULL PAYMENT FINAL DUE DATES

JULY CAMPS: JUNE 14 July Camp: Full Day $1698* Half Day $849**

AUGUST CAMPS: JULY 12

Aug. Camp: Full Day $1698* Half Day $849**

See our camp in action! http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/summer-camp.php

718-960-8512

*Full Day: $100 non-refundable deposit included in full payment. **Half-Day: $50 non-refundable deposit included in full payment. $25 Camp Change Fee charged.

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Course Refunds

REGISTRATION REFUNDS PROGRAM CERTIFICATION EMERGENCY CLOSINGS CUNYCARD ID PARKING GENERAL INFORMATION HELPFUL LINKS

Information

Important

Refunds

Registration

Fees (Non-Refundable)

Policy

$ 7 $ 25 $ 7 $ 5

Full payment for tuition and fees is required at the time of registration, prior to attending class(es). Payment may be made by certified check, money order, MasterCard, Visa or Discover credit or debit cards (credit card accepted for class tuition $35 and above) . NO CASH OR PERSONAL CHECK PAYMENTS ACCEPTED.

$ 20

$ 10 $ 15 $ 3 $ 2+

Registration fee (payable each semester: Spring, Summer and Fall) Transcript or certificate fee Application for certificate programs Replacement of lost Real Estate or Teacher cert. CUNYCard ID/Parking (see page 49 for more information) Replacement of lost CUNYCard ID only Replacement of lost CUNYCard ID with Parking Replacement of lost tuition receipt Carman IT Center printing fees (total fee depends on # copies)

It’s Easy to Register!  Visit www.lehman.edu/ce for fastest service. Please indicate current contact information including at least one regularly used phone number and an actively used e-mail address.  Call 718-960-8512 during office hours - page 6-7  Fax completed registration form to 718-960-8727 with (MasterCard, VISA or Discover card info).  Visit Lehman College, address above, or CUNY-on-theConcourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor.  It is strongly recommended that prospective students register at least 3 business days prior to class start to guarantee a spot.

Note:

Offsite registrants will be emailed / sent a tuition receipt. All others may pick up receipts at the location at which they registered, Lehman College or CUNY on the Concourse. Please review your receipt carefully. Call 718960-8512 or email ce@lehman.cuny.edu if you need to update your address, phone(s), e-mail information, etc.

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Requests for Accommodation If you wish to inquire about disability services please contact the Continuing Education Registrar Maryann DragoDowling at 718-960-8077 or email maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu, to discuss your individual needs. Requests for accommodations must be accompanied by documentation of disability. Please submit requests and documentation well in advance of class start date to ensure that reasonable accommodation requests can be processed in a timely manner.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

Requests for refunds must be made in writing by emailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu prior to the starting date for 100% refunds or prior to the second class for 50% refunds. 100% refund if course is cancelled by the College 100% refund, less the registration fee, prior to first class 50% refund, less the registration fee, prior to second class No refunds after the second class meeting, or after the start of classes for courses of less than four weeks duration. Refunds are made by credit card or College check, depending on form of payment used for registration. NOTE: the refund process may take up to 8 weeks.

Allied Health Class Refunds Students who fail to complete physical exam documentation required for clinical prior to the second class meeting will receive only a partial tuition refund if they withdraw.

Online or Hybrid Course Refunds Tuition for CAP 10, VPW 10, SWA 10 and DSA 10 Workshops are non-refundable. Online PFP 67: A 100% refund, less registration may be issued within five days of registration for the course. For other online or hybrid courses: 100% refund if course is cancelled by the College 100% refund, less the registration fee, prior to starting date 50% refund, less the registration fee, within three days from the starting date Students must drop in writing by emailing ce@lehman. cuny.edu prior to the second session.

Tuition Assistance Vouchers VESID/ACCES-VR (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities): Call 718-931-3500 or TTY 718-828-4003 or visit http://www.acces.nysed.gov/. Once you have been assigned an ACCES-VR counselor, call Maryann Drago-Dowling at 718-960-8077 or e-mail maryann.drago-dowling @ lehman.cuny.edu with counselor contact information. Employment vouchers may be available through your employer. Contact human resources, personnel or training departments at your place of employment.

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Course Substitutions

Bronx1: 400 East Fordham 718-960-2458 Bronx2: 1029 E. 163rd St., 3rd Floor 718-542-6777 Brooklyn: 9 Bond St. 5 Fl 718-246-5219 Manhattan: 215 West 125th St. 917-493-7054 Healthcare: 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212-618-8925 Queens: 168-25 Jamaica Ave. 2 Fl. 718-557-6755 Westchester: 120 Bloomingdale Road, room 215, White Plains, NY 10605

Grades - Grade reports are mailed at the conclusion of each semester. Transcripts - Students should complete a Transcript Request form. Include $7 (debit card or money order). Call 718-960-8512 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce support links - general information - forms.

VA Benefits

For classes at Lehman College, textbooks may be purchased online at Amazon.com, BN.com, half.com and others. Books can be pre-ordered at the Lehman College Bookstore, Goulden Avenue, Gate 2. Call 718-960-8144 or 718-220-3059. Visit www.lehmancollege.bkstr.com. Be sure to keep book receipts and do not write in book until class start. E-mail ce@lehman.cuny.edu for book information or call 718-960-8512.

Department of Veterans’ Affairs and G. I. Bill application: submit VA Form 22-1990 www.gibill.va.gov 1-888-442-4551. VRAP voucher not applicable to 4-year schools. For degree-seeking students, contact the Lehman VA Coordinator at 718-960-7188. For certificate program students, contact Maryann Drago-Dowling at 718-960-8077 to learn about applying your benefits. Bring eligibility letter when registering for classes.

Scholarships Helena Rubenstein Foundation Adult and Continuing Education Scholarships: Limited scholarships are available to cover up to 90% tuition. Make an appointment on Tuesday or Thursday 11 am-5 pm by emailing Maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny. edu or calling 718-960-8077. Online applications available twice yearly: July and December/January. New York State Educational Incentive Scholarship Program (EIP) www.tsg.suny.edu or call 1-800295-9616 are available for students with at least 6 months of recent child care experience. Come to Child Care Career Information Sessions for more EIP info. APPLY ONLINE & EARLY takes 3+ weeks. The Rev. Edward Lehman Davis, Sr. Scholarship Fund for two Certified Nursing Assistant students per semester may reimburse up to $300. Students must register, attend 130-hour program and apply for scholarship for reimbursement. Call for application 718-960-8077 or email ce@lehman.cuny.edu.

Student Loan Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/SmartOptions click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” – choose “Ca reer Training Loans” from drop-down menu – choose “Apply for this loan” School Code: 00702298 for CUNY Lehman College Continuing Education Certificate Pro grams. Sallie Mae 1-877-279-7172 Mon-Thu 8 a.m.10 p.m. Fri 8 a.m.-9 p.m. ET

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Course substitutions require written permission from the program coordinator. A Waiver of Course form is available in the Office of Continuing Education, Carman Hall 128.

Grades and Transcripts

Textbooks

Room Location & Cancellations If location is not listed on receipt, email ce@lehman.cuny. edu. Call (718) 960-8512 during regular business hours, or see posting outside Carman 128. In the event a course is cancelled, we attempt to notify students; however, students are advised to verify the status of courses by emailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu no earlier than 24 hours prior to the first class meeting.

Emergency Closings To find out if the Lehman College campus is closed, you may obtain up-to-the-minute information at the Lehman College homepage (http://www.lehman.edu); a red notification bar will be present in the upper corner of the homepage. Also, you may call the Lehman College main telephone number at (718) 960-8000, for current information. If no emergency closing information is provided, the College will be open. Radio/TV stations that will broadcast and/or web-cast CUNY closings: WCBS 880AM www. newyork.cbslocal.com; WINS 1010AM www.1010wins. com; NY1 Channel 1 www.NY1.com; WNBC-TV Channel 4 www.nbcnewyork.com; WNYW FOX Channel 5. CUNY closings can also be obtained by calling New York City’s 311 information line or visiting nyc.gov. To

Program Certificate Requirements Application Process

To earn a program certificate, students must apply for and be accepted into a program and successfully complete program requirements. Students must have a high school diploma/GED/TASC to be admitted. Please refer to specific program as some require additional education or degrees. Basic computer skills are recommended. To apply:

1. Complete Certificate Program Application online at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce. Call (718) 960-8512 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce - general information - forms. 2. Upload or attach a photocopy of high school diploma or GED/TASC or copy of proof of highest level of education attained or transcript. NOTE: If you have a foreign diploma only, please have it evaluated through AACRAO at http:// ies.aacrao.org/evaluations/ 3. Mail application to “Lehman College” to Maryann Drago-Dowling, Registrar, Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468-1589. *The following classes or programs do not require an application: Dental Assistant, A+ Computer Technician, Cisco Academy, Business Bookkeeping, Child Care, Professional Licensure, Wedding Planner, online classes, or children’s courses.

Those planning to complete a certificate program may enroll in a maximum of 2 courses without being formally admitted. Certificate requirements are those in effect at the time a student’s application is accepted.

STUDENTS MAY REGISTER FOR INDIVIDUAL COURSES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.

Certificate Requests

Students satisfactorily completing a Continuing Education Course or Program* may request a Certificate for $7 (debit card or money order). *Exceptions: No certificate fee required for Dental Assistant, English as a Second Language courses, and children’s courses. Download forms at www.lehman.edu/ce -- General Information -- Forms and Applications or email ce@lehman.cuny.edu.

Continuing Education Units

A CEU represents a nationally recognized instrument for documenting participation in non-credit programs. One CEU equals 10 hours of class participation. Continuing education units may not be transferred to a degree-bearing program.

find out if individual Continuing Education classes have been cancelled, visit our homepage at www. lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512.

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CERTIFICATES / EMERGENCIES / CUNYCARD I.D. / PARKING & MORE

Workforce 1 New York Visit http://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/careers/traininggrants.page and www.nyc.gov/trainingguide. If you have 12 months or more of related professional experience, you may be eligible for an ITG tuition voucher that will pay tuition only, for specific certificate programs. Call 718-960-8077 for Lehman program application. You must also apply early at a Workforce 1 Career Center: Some Workforce 1 Centers include:

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CUNYcard ID The following students MUST have the CUNYcard: • Students purchasing parking for Lehman campus South Lot parking. • Students enrolled in Computer Information Technology or other courses in the Computer IT Center or APEX athletics complex. • Students who use the library or Computer Information Technology facilities.

2 Easy Steps to get your CUNYcard ID (Lehman photo ID) 1. Make payment: Between 9 am-4 pm, Mondays through Fridays: bring Continuing Education registration receipt to Shuster Hall basement 078 with $5 MONEY ORDER only for CUNYcard ID fee OR Between 4-6:30 pm, Mondays through Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 am-1:30 pm, go to Continuing Education office in Carman Hall 128 and bring $5 MONEY ORDER only for CUNYcard ID fee (Lost CUNYcard ID fee - $10) 2. Have CUNYcard photo processed: Photo schedule is posted online at http://www.lehman. edu/lehman/public-safety/id-schedule.php in Carman 128 or call Public Safety at 718-960-8593. After paying for CUNYcard (see directions above) bring current Continuing Education registration receipt, CUNYcard payment receipt and photo I.D. to Shuster 079. CUNYcards must be reactivated in Shuster 078 each semester of attendance. Students enrolled in classes only at CUNY-on-the-Concourse do not need a CUNYcard. Students must have their receipt and photo I.D. to enter.

Parking

General Info

Lehman College

Notice

Metered and Street Parking Metered Parking: Parking at muni-meters may be available on Goulden Avenue and on Bedford Park Boulevard West. Street parking may be available on Paul Avenue and Reservoir Avenue and further down on Goulden Avenue.

The College reserves the right to cancel courses, adjust curricula and hours, close facilities, substitute instructors, change locations, substitute equipment or limit enrollment without notice. For the latest course and schedule information, please visit www.lehman.edu/ce and view brochure online.

Code of Conduct

Campus Parking: Once purchased ($60 ID-with Parking fee) and activated, CUNYcards operate as parking proximity cards. If your CUNYcard was processed before 2014, you will need to have it replaced (see steps above). Limited parking is available on Goulden Avenue in the North Lot, Mon.-Fri., 9 am-6:30 pm. After 6:30 pm, parking is available in the South Lot. Both lots are open on weekends. See steps to get your CUNYcard for Parking ID below.

Students should refer to the Lehman College Student Handbook online at www.lehman.edu.

Steps to get your CUNYcard Campus Parking ID

Continuing Education General Information http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/ general-info.php

1. Make payment in January: (limited permits) Parking fee is due each semester. between 9 am-4 pm, Mondays through Fridays: bring Continuing Education receipt to Shuster Hall basement 078 with $60 money order or MC/VI payments for CUNYcard ID for Parking ID.

Continuing Education Applications and Forms http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/academics/continuing-education/forms.php

Limited parking permits may also be purchased online at: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/hhlcaeci/, however must be picked up in-person at the Campus Activities Office, Shuster Hall basement 078. (Lost ID with Parking fee - $15) 2. Have CUNYcard for parking ID photo processed: Photo schedule is posted online at http:// www.lehman.edu/lehman/public-safety/id-schedule.php in Carman 128 or call Public Safety at 718-960-8593. After paying for CUNYcard parking(see directions above) bring current Continuing Education registration receipt, CUNYcard parking payment receipt and photo I.D. to Shuster 079. CUNYcards must be re-activated in Shuster 078 each semester of attendance.

Helpful Links Latest Brochure with Course Date Revisions http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/ course-offerings.php

Complete your Program Application online: https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce Maps & Directions to Lehman http://www.lehman.edu/about/maps-and-directions.php CUNYcard ID Schedule http://www.lehman.edu/lehman/public-safety/id-schedule. php

CUNY-on-the-Concourse Street Parking Street parking, both metered and non-metered, may be available within close walking distance to CUNY on the Concourse. Garage Parking Fee-based parking is available at the Municipal Parking Garage at 2500 Jerome Avenue and 190th Street. For current rates call: Jerome-190th Street Municipal Garage 718-329-1186.

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For maps, directions Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse and more, visit www.lehman.edu LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Lehman Campus LEHC 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Carman Hall 128, Gate 2 on Goulden Avenue Carman Hall, Room 128 HS American Studies

Reservoir Bdg. across street - Gate 6 SCPS OFFICE Carman Hall 128 Gate 2 entrance: Continuing Ed. 128 Adult Degree 128 SBDC 128

Music Bldg. near Gate 8 Fine Arts Bldg. near Gate 4 Old Gym Bldg.

Getting to Lehman Campus LINK: http://www.lehman.edu/about/maps-and-directions.php

By Car: Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) to Van Cortlandt Park South exit; Bronx River Parkway or Saw Mill (Henry Hudson) Parkway to Mosholu Parkway exit. By Bus: Bronx: #1, #2, #9, #10, #22, #25, #26, #32; Bronx/Manhattan #4A or #4B express to Bedford Park Boulevard; Westchester: #20, #20X, #4.

By Subway: IRT 4 or IND “D” or “B” to Bedford Park Boulevard. Metro North’s Harlem line to Botanical Gardens station then Bronx bus #25 or #26 to College; or Fordham station then Bronx bus #9 to Jerome Ave. or #22 to Goulden Ave. Carman Hall entrance from on campus, across from baseball field: Go down outside concrete stairs and through glass doors (basement level). Make sharp left turn (do not go through grey flipper doors) and continue up stairs. Carman 128 (on 1st floor level) is to the right at top of stairs. Carman Hall entrance from Goulden Avenue, near Gate 2: Go down ramp to the right. Enter through glass doors to the basement level and go straight. Go through grey flipper doors with sign “B Basement”. Walk straight to the end of hall and through next set of grey flipper doors labeled “Exit 4A” with “Stair A1” sign to the right. Go up the stairs on the right. Carman 128 (on 1st floor level) is to the right.

CUNY-on-the-Concourse COTC 2501 Grand Concourse near corner of Fordham Road, 3rd Floor

Getting to CUNY-in-the-Concourse http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/ cuny-concourse.php

By Car: Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) or Bronx River Parkway to Fordham Rd. exit. Continue on Fordham Rd. to the corner of the Grand Concourse. By Bus: Bronx: #1, #2, #12, #22, #24, #28, #32, #34 to Fordham Rd. and Grand Concourse. Westchester: #60, #61 to Valentine Ave. By Subway: IRT 4 to Fordham Rd., or IND “D” or “B” to Fordham Rd.

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REGISTER TODAY

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Easy Ways Online

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REGISTRATION FORM - Sp 2018 HAVE YOU ATTENDED LEHMAN COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION BEFORE? □ Yes □ No ___________________________________________________________________________ LAST NAME FIRST NAME __________________________________________________________________________ STREET ADDRESS APT. # __________________________________________________________________________ CITY STATE ZIP CODE _____________________________________ ___________________________________ DAYTIME PHONE CELL PHONE __________________________________________________________________________ EMAIL PERSON/COMPANY PAYING FOR REGISTRATION OTHER THAN THE STUDENT __________________________________________________________________________ LAST NAME FIRST NAME

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Fax

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__________________________________________________________________________ STREET ADDRESS APT. # __________________________________________________________________________ CITY STATE ZIP CODE COMPLETE ALL INFORMATION □ SENIOR CITIZEN □ LEHMAN DEGREE STUDENT/ALUMNI □ CUNY EMPLOYEE □ CHILD/TEEN GRADE________ COURSE CODE

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Lehman Campus Carman Hall 128

Registration Fee: $20.00 Certificate Program Application Fee: $25.00

250 Bedford Park Blvd. West

Certificate Fee: $7.00

Mon-Thur 9 am-6:30 pm Fri 9 am-4:30 pm Sat 9 am-1:30 pm

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Transcript Fee: $7.00 Testing fee $20.00 (when applicable) TOTAL ENCLOSED: METHOD OF PAYMENT: (NO CASH OR PERSONAL CHECK PAYMENTS ACCEPTED) □ I’ve enclosed MONEY ORDER payable to “LEHMAN COLLEGE” □ I authorize use of my credit card : □ MASTERCARD □ VISA □ DISCOVER CARD # __________________________________________________________________________ CARD # EXP. DATE: Month/Year Auth Code # __________________________________________________________________________ NAME OF CARD HOLDER (as indicated on card) __________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF CARD HOLDER

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse

LEHC: Lehman College Campus


SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Welcome to Lehman College

Looking Forward to Seeing You Soon!

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am very pleased that you are taking time to consider the wide range of learning opportunities that are being offered at Lehman’s School for Continuing and Professional Studies. Last year, more than 15,000 people took advantage of the educational, testing, training, and business development programs at SCPS, as they began to turn their aspirations and goals into reality. The faculty and staff of Lehman’s SCPS are committed to providing a wide spectrum of learners with the education and tools necessary for good careers that are well-matched for the fast-paced, technologically-driven environment of the 21st century. In this regard, Lehman College is helping to ensure that the residents of our diverse communities have access to a wealth of educational and economic opportunities. The high-quality programs at SCPS include courses for both adults and children; they emphasize personal instruction and hands-on learning. You will find workforce education classes, certificate courses, a business incubation and innovation lab, a flexible Adult Degree program with bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and our renowned Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Training Academy and Development Lab. To commemorate our 50th anniversary in 2018, Lehman College is determined to increase access and promote high levels of student success through the highest quality course offerings. We look forward to working with you. I hope you take advantage of all that Lehman and SCPS have to offer!

ow that you’ve had a chance to look through our catalog, come and visit us. Our professional certificate programs and courses have been helping thousands of adults achieve their career and personal goals. The Lehman Academy for Children and Teens offers Saturday enrichment classes in academics and recreation Jane MacKillop, Ph.D.

Experienced and dedicated instructors, convenient locations, affordable tuition, and a myriad of classes to choose from are the hallmarks of Lehman’s Continuing Education program.

Interim Dean School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Sincerely,

Visit us at:

José Luis Cruz, Ph.D. President, Lehman College The City University of New York

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ehman is extremely proud of our School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). In the College’s strategic plan, we pledge to contribute to the economic vitality of the Bronx and the surrounding region. By providing opportunities for residents to develop professionally and personally, SCPS plays a key role in helping us achieve this goal. I encourage you to review our extensive catalog. Whether you plan to earn a degree, complete a certificate, prepare for a test or simply enjoy yourself, you will find what you are looking for here. We offer over 300 credit and non-credit courses each year. While most are designed to meet the needs of adults with family and work responsibilities, we do have some interesting options for children and adolescents. Don’t hesitate to contact one of our committed staff members if you have questions or concerns. We are here to help you realize your potential. Thank you for considering joining our community of learners. Best wishes,

Harriet R. Fayne, Ph.D. Interim Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs

Goher Murtaza, M.D.

Director Continuing Education

Lehman campus: Carman Hall 128

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LEHMAN COLLEGE The City University of New York School of Continuing and Professional Studies Carman Hall, Room 128 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, New York 10468-1589

SKILLS YOU NEED

FOR JOBS YOU WANT

AN EXCITING SUMMER CAMP IN JULY/AUGUST

SATURDAY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS

Self Defence • Reading Circle Math Games • Writing Circle Sports • Dance • Swimming (water safety)

Swimming • Basketball Creative Arts • Academics Computer Technology

FOR MORE INFORMATION

718-960-8512 www.lehman.edu/ce summer.camp@lehman.cuny.edu • Lehman.academy@lehman.cuny.edu

Allied Healthcare

Degrees for Working Adults

Computer Technology

Children and Teens Programs

Business and Finance

Pre-college (HSE & ESL)

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CATALOG

Lehman College SCPS Spring 2018 Catalog  

Skills You Need for the Jobs You Want: Professional Certificate Programs in Allied Healthcare, Medical Billing/Coding, Business & Finance, M...