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SUMMER 2019 CATALOG

Summer’s Hottest

PROGRAMS & CERTIFICATES Allied Healthcare Computer Technology Business and Finance Degrees for Working Adults

SCHOOL OF CONTINUINGAND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Summer Camp Pre-College (HSE & ESL)


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Computer Technology

Business and Finance Degrees for Working Adults

For additional Continuing Education courses, see Table of Contents on page 2.

SCHOOL OF CONTINUINGAND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


Welcome to Lehman College!

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am very pleased that you are taking time to consider the wide range of learning opportunities that are in these pages. You will find that Lehman College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) offers an extensive choice of learning opportunities—more than 300 credit and non-credit courses designed for individuals looking to enrich their lives with the power of education. Whether you are working toward a college degree, earning workplace certification, gearing up for a test, or merely broadening your horizons and pursuing your dreams, at Lehman’s SCPS you will be joining the more than 13,000 active learners who take advantage of the popular programs and significant resources here each year.

While most of the high-quality programs and courses available at SCPS are designed to meet the needs of adult learners with family and work responsibilities, there are many interesting classes for children and adolescents as well. All of the SCPS offerings emphasize personal instruction and hands-on learning in state-ofthe-art classrooms and laboratories, with faculty and staff members committed to providing the education and tools necessary for careers that are aligned with today’s—and tomorrow’s—fast-paced, technologically-driven industries and businesses. Lehman’s SCPS consists of six major areas of instruction: Continuing Education, Workforce Development, Adult Degree, CUNY 2X (part of New York City’s Tech Talent Pipeline initiative), CUNY on the Concourse, and Small Business Development Center. Along with the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs and supplemental learning opportunities, there are 32 different professional certificate programs validated by national, state, and local accrediting agencies. At SCPS, tudents are discovering new ways to program computers; they’re starting their own businesses; and they’re turning their creativity loose in our renowned Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Training Academy & Development Lab. As part of its longstanding commitment to the economic vitality of the Bronx and surrounding region, Lehman College is working harder than ever to widen access to its programs and increase levels of student success. In this regard, the SCPS serves to help residents realize their potential and turn their aspirations and goals into reality. We look forward to working with you on your educational journey. Sincerely,

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


Contents SCPS

Children’s & Teens’ Programs

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

LEHMAN SUMMER ACADEMY

• Registration Contacts • Office Hours • Summer 2019 Calendar • Company Training Options • Certificate Advisement • Register Today • Tuition Assistance • Federal Income Tax Credits ......................... 4-5

• Academic Skills • Technology • Creative Arts • Test Prep • Sports • Swimming ............................................................................................ 42-45 SUMMER CAMP .................................................................................... 46-47

Adult Degree Program

College-Level Classes (Non-Credit) .......................... 38-39

BACHELOR’S & MASTER’S DEGREES ..................................................... 48

Certificate Programs (Non-Credit)

College-Level Exam Prep (CLEP®) ...........................37

ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR ......................... 14-15

Online Classes .....................................................................................36

ALLIED HEALTH

Personal Enrichment

• Certified Nursing Assistant • Nurse/Patient Care Technician • EKG Technician • Phlebotomy Technician • CPR/BLS/AED • Dental Assistant • Clinical Medical Assistant • Pharmacy Technician • Patient Care Coordinator • COMING Fall: EMT Training ................................................................................8-13

Pre-College Programs ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE .................................................. 40-41 TOEFL TESTING.......................................................................................... 41

BUSINESS & FINANCE • Business Bookkeeping • Certified Financial Planner

• Photography • Technology • Languages • Music • Fitness • Swimming ............................................................................................ 34-35

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HS EQUIVALENCY (TASC) PREP

CHILD CARE: EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONAL ......................... 16-17

• TASC Readiness Assessments • TASC Exam Preparation in English ................................................................... 30-31

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Registration & Important Info/Map.................... 49-52

• Computer Workshops • Microsoft Office Specialist • Administrative / Executive Assistant • A+ Computer Technician • Web Developer • Cisco Networking Academy • Virtual Reality (VR) Training & Workshops ........................................................ 18-23

ENTREPRENEURSHIP / BUSINESS INCUBATOR / SBDC

Teacher Certification....................................................................32 Test Preparation • High School • College • Graduate Study • Professional ............................................33

• Wedding & Event Planning • Corporate Event Planner • Bronx Business Technology Incubators • Small Business Development Center SBDC ...................................................... 28-29

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CREDENTIAL™ (FDC) ....................................... 17 MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER & BILLER • Physician Office Management / Billing • Medical Surgical / Coder and Biller ......... 6-7

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE • Real Estate Salesperson (Offered Fall 2019) • IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation • Notary Public • OSHA Training .................................................................................27

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

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


SHORT CUT to a better life in 12 months or less

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become a: EKG Technician CPR Certified

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Pharmacy Technician

A+ Technician Cert Nursing Assistant

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Dental Assistant

Notary Public

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Phlebotomy Tech. 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 Patient Care Coordinator IRS Enrolled Agent Microsoft Office Specialist

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(CCENT) Entry Networking Technician (CCNA) Cisco Networking Associate

Nurse Technician

Physician’s Office

Management / Biller

A+ Technician Pg. 20 Administrative Assistant Pg.20 Alcoholism & Sub. Abuse Counselor Pg.14 Business Bookkeeper Pg. 25 Cisco Entry Networking Technician Pg. 21 Cisco Networking Associate Pg. 21 Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) Pg. 8 Child Care Provider Pg. 16 Clinical Medical Assistant Pg. 12 CPR Certified Pg. 9 Dental Assistant Pg. 10 EKG Technician Pg. 10

IRS Enrolled Agent Pg. 27 Medical / Surg. Coder & Biller Pg. 6 Microsoft Office Specialist Pg. 19 Notary Public Pg. 26 Nurse Technician Pg. 10 Patient Care Coordinator Pg. 13 Pharmacy Technician Pg. 11 Phlebotomy Technician Pg. 11 Physician Office Mgmt./Biller Pg. 6 Real Estate Salesperson Pg. 27 Virtual Reality Professional Pg. 23

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Lehman SCPS School of Continuing & Professional Studies REGISTER TODAY

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Online Registration EASIER THAN EVER!

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In-Person

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250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Mon-Thu 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

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Registration Contacts CONTINUING EDUCATION 718-960-8512 www.lehman.edu/ce ce@lehman.cuny.edu

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

Office Hours

Lehman Campus - LEHC 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 and Sat: 9 am-1:45 pm* * To be confirmed: Campus Office closed Fri & Sat 6/28-8/4

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

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 Certified Nursing Assistant: Arlette Paul arlette.paul@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 Clinical Medical Assistant, Patient Care/Nurse Tech, and EKG & PLB Technician: 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 carol.robinson@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Regina Ward computer.programs@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8667

Summer 2019 Calendar

Holidays - No Classes: 5/27 Mon

Memorial Day

7/4 Thurs

July 4th Holiday

Company Training Options Employee and workforce training is an important part of attracting and retaining a skilled workforce. We offer: ■ ■ ■ ■

Advisement

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 718960-8512 or email ludmila.ellis@lehman.cuny. edu for additional information.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL): esl@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8659 or 718-960-6914 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND CREDENTIALING (FDC)™: Phyllis Rafti phyllis.rafti1@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY EXAM PREP (TASC) Julibeth Veras julibeth.veras@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8923 LEHMAN ACADEMY: CHILDREN & TEENS Phyllis Rafti phyllis.rafti1@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512 MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER AND BILLER: Miriam Cooney miriam.cooney@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-7322 TEACHER CERTIFICATION CLASSES, ONLINE CLASSES, DISABILITY, and FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Maryann Drago-Dowling maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8077

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Registration & Non-Credit 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. Original voucher is required in order to be registered. Please note that TAP and PELL and other FAFSA financial aid do not apply to non-credit courses.

Non-Credit Tuition Assistance Vouchers VESID/ACCES-VR (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities), 718931-3500, TTY 718-828-4003, https://www. acces.nysed.gov/. Once you have an ACCES-VR counselor, call Maryann Drago-Dowling at 718-9608077 or e-mail maryann.drago-dowling@lehman. cuny.edu with counselor contact information. Workforce1 New York: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/ sbs/careers/training-grants.page and www.nyc. gov/trainingguide. If you have 12 months or more of recent related professional experience, you may be eligible for an ITG tuition voucher that will pay tuition only for certain certificate programs. Allow 4-6 weeks to process voucher prior to registration. You must apply early at a Workforce1 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 Queens: 168-25 Jamaica Ave. 2 Fl. 718-557- 6755 Westchester: 120 Bloomingdale Road, room 215, White Plains, NY 10605 Healthcare: Manhattan, 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212-618-8925.

Workforce Investment Act (WIA): If you are a cash assistance client; a NYC HRA WeCARE (Wellness, Comprehensive Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Employment) Program member www.fedcap.org/content/wecare; unemployed; dislocated; disabled; or youth (14-21) meeting requirements for dislocated workers, you may be eligible for a WIA voucher https://labor.ny.gov/ workforcenypartners/wioa.shtm NYS & CSEA Partnership for Education & Training: www.nyseapartnership.org/NYS-CSEAEmployees/TuitionBenefits.cfm Vouchers are available for NYS employees for a professional certificate course up $1140 in tuition. Employment vouchers may be available through your employer. Contact human resources, personnel, or training departments at your place of employment.

Union vouchers/scholarships: Speak to your union representative at 1199SEIU, AFSCME www. afscme.org/members/scholarships and others.

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. Scholarships Discounts are given only on courses with tuition Helena Rubenstein Career Successbetween $100 and $500. No discounts apply to Scholarships: Limited scholarships are available toonline courses and specific courses as noted in cover up to 90% tuition. Make an appointment onthe brochure. Only one discount is applicable each Tuesday or Thursday 11 am-5 pm by emailingsemester. Maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu or calling 718-960-8077. Online applications available in15% tuition discount on one-course at the time of registration payment for the following: Jun/Jul for fall. New York State Educational Incentive ■ Senior citizens (62 years and older) Scholarship Program (EIP) www.tsg.suny.edu or call ■ Lehman College current degree students, 1-800-295-9616 is available for students with at least alumni, or 1 child 6 months of recent child care experience. Come to ■ CUNY employees Child Care Career Information Sessions for more EIP ■ Lehman College employees or 1 child info. APPLY ONLINE & EARLY as process takes 4+ weeks.

VA Benefits

Federal Income Tax Credits

You may be eligible for a federal tax credit.

Department of Veterans’ Affairs and G. I. Bill Lifetime Learning Credit (LLC) application: submit VA Form 22-1990, www. This credit applies to tuition and fees to earn a gibill.va.gov, 1-888-442-4551. VRAP voucher not degree or other recognized educational credential applicable to 4-year schools. For degree-seeking to get a job or to improve your job skills. You must students, contact the Lehman VA Coordinator at file Form 8863 and have your tuition receipt in 718-960-7188. For certificate program students, contact lieu of From 1098-T which is not provided for nonMaryann Drago-Dowling at 718-960-8077 to learn about credit courses. applying your benefi ts. Bring eligibility letter when registering for classes. American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) This credit applies to tuition and fees and course Student Loan materials such as books and supplies needed for the course of study. You must file Form 8863 and 1. Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/ have your tuition receipt in lieu of From 1098-T SmartOptions. which is not provided for non-credit courses. 2. Click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” 3. Choose “Undergraduate Loans” from dropChild and Dependent Care Tax Credit down menu You may be eligible for this credit if your child is enrolled in our Summer Day Camp. If you qualify, 4. Choose “Apply for this loan” you may be able to claim a credit between 20 School Code: 00702298 for CUNY Lehman and 35 percent of the amount you paid for the College Continuing Education Certificate qualifying child under age 13. Form 2441 must Programs. be filed. As Lehman College is tax-exempt, enter Call Sallie Mae 1-877-279-7172 Mon-Thu 8 am- 10 “Tax-Exempt” where Form 2441 asks for the pm, Fri 8 am-9 pm. Employer Identification Number (EIN).

Brochure Revisions Visit https://issuu.com/lehmancollegeconted/ docs/scps-catalog to view the most up-todate course information.

For all of these credits, you are advised to consult a tax professional and www.irs.gov for eligibility and other rules.

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MEDICAL/SURGICAL CODER & BILLER PROGRAMS ■Physician Office Management/Biller ■Medical / Surgical Coder ■Medical / Surgical Coder & Biller This comprehensive training provides you with the skills necessary to begin a career in Health Information Management. Key subjects include how to manually fi le claims, trace delinquent claims, appeal denied claims, monitor compliance with regulations and extract coding information from the medical record. You may complete certifi cate programs in Physicians’ Offi ce Management / Billing, Medical / Surgical Coder and Medical / Surgical Coding and Billing. In the coding program, you become proficient in 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) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam and/or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) exam. Program prerequisite: high school diploma or GED/TASC. In order to receive a program certifi cate, you must successfully complete all required program courses listed with a grade (C or better) and submit a certificate request form ($7). Download certificate request form from www.lehman.edu/ce or email ce@lehman.cuny.edu. 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 (REQUIRED) ■ Medical Billing (REQUIRED) Recommended: MAS 30 Medical Office Business Practice MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER ■ The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology / Oncology I and II ■ ICD-10-CM Coding (REQUIRED) and ICD-10-PCS Coding (REQUIRED) ■ Coding for Physician Services: CPT/HCPCS (REQUIRED) ■ Coding Internship or Coding Clinical Practicum (REQUIRED) MEDICAL / SURGICAL CODER & BILLER All classes for CODER above plus: ■ Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (REQUIRED)

The Language of Medicine / Pharmacology: Part I This course prepares those who do not have current, licensed Medical credentials in a Medical/ Surgical profession, to understand the language used by Physicians and other medical/surgical professionals in the documentation of medical records. It provides the student with a foundation in medical/surgical terminology, human structure, disease pathology and pharmacology necessary to accurately code using ICD10CM & PCS and CPT4 Coding. Textbook: The Language of Medicine by Chabner, 11th edition, ISBN# 9780323370813, to be brought to the first class. MRP 80 / 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $425 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 5-Jul 17

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. It is for those wishing to expand their knowledge or 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 Sec 1: Sat 11:00-2:00 pm Jun 8-Sep 7

Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (REQUIRED) This course provides the professional and technical skills required to confidently complete and prepare all billing forms for inpatient confi nements, outpatient treatment, and physicians’ services. (No prerequisites) Textbook: Understanding Health Insurance: A Guide to Billing and Reimbursement by Michelle Green CENGAGE (textbook and workbook) 14th edition, to be brought to first class. MRP 64 / 12 sessions / 36 hours / LEHC / $405 Fall Sec 1: Sun 1:30-4:30 pm Sep 8-Nov 24

COORDINATOR :

Miriam Cooney miriam.cooney@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-7322

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Coding Clinical Practicum ICD10 (REQUIRED) Offers hands-on training using medical records. Students will be taught how to code from hardcopy medical records using ICD10. This course is designed to "get you coding". You are introduced to DRGs and sequencing of multiple diagnosis and procedure for reimbursement. Coding employment strategies discussed. Textbook: same as MRP38/39 books. MRP 40 / 12 sessions / 36 hours / OFF-SITE / $495

AHIMA-CCS Certification ICD-10 Coding Specialist Exam Preparation This course prepares you to take the AHIMA - CCS Exam and obtain the Certifi ed Coding Specialist title and qualify for a job coding ICD-10 and CPT4. Prerequisites: MRP38/39 and MRP15 or completion of an RHIA, RHIT or CPC program. MRP 97 / 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $495 Fall Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Oct 15-Nov 21

Sec 1: Tue/Thur 6:30-9:30 pm Aug 1-Sep 10

Coding for Physician Services: CPT/HCPCS Level 2 (REQUIRED) 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 textbook: CPT 2019 Standard, AMA, and Basic Current Procedural Terminology/ HCPCS Coding 2019, AHIMA by Gail Smith, must be brought to fi rs t class. Practice Management Information Corporation PMIC provides students discounts on the 2019 CPT coding books: Item# 21902 The 2019 CPT Plus $69.97 each; Item# 21903 The 2019 CPT Plus Spiral $69.97 each. Call Charles Ekin at 800-633-7467 ext. 2715 to order and mention they are Lehman College students to get the discounted pricing. Prerequisite: MRP 81. It is not recommended that students enroll in both MRP15 and MRP38/39 at the same time. MRP 15 / 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $425 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 3-Jul 15

ICD-10 Diagnosis and Procedure Coding (REQUIRED Taught by AHIMA CertifiedTrainers Diagnosis and procedural coding are for those who wish to become ICD-10 coders. Coding manuals: ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS 2019 PMIC and textbook: ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS 2019 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.

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding MRP 38 / 17 sessions / 54 hours / LEHC / $615 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm and Sat 9:30 am-1:30 pm Jun 6-Jul 16 (off 7/4 and 7/6)

ICD-10-PCS Procedure Coding Prerequisite: MRP 38. Prerequisite: MRP 81 or equivalent: RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CPC, 2 years ICD-9 coding experience MRP 39 / 6 sessions / 18 hours / LEHC / $205 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm and Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Jul 18-Jul 30

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There is an ongoing demand for qualified, certifi ed 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.

To Apply: Complete a program application ($25) at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce and submit with proof of high school/GED/TASC completion and short essay. A completed medical clearance form and current CPR certification is required for CNA and Phlebotomy Technician prior to clinical.

Program Certification for CNA or Patient Care/Nurse Technician: Students must satisfy all prerequisites, successfully complete all required program courses listed with a grade of C or better and submit a certificate request form ($7). You may enroll in individual courses (see pages 9-13) or complete a certificate program.

■ Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)* ■ EKG Technician ■ Phlebotomy Technician ■ Patient Care / Nurse Technician* ■ Dental Assistant ■ Clinical Medical Assistant* ■ Pharmacy Technician ■ Patient Care Coordinator ■ Coming Fall: Emergency Medical Tech (EMT)

*You must apply online before registering for these programs at http://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

CREDENTIALED ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (CNA) Class uses training labs simulating a clinical setting. A New York State Education Departmentapproved 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: Required prior to clinical: CPR100: CPR for Health Care Providers or current national certification from the American Heart Association (AHA). Completed program application ($25) 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: CPR 100 see page 9.

COORDINATOR: Arlette Paul arlette.paul@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Certified Nursing Assistant CNA 130 hours / COTC / $1295* *Includes CNA 111, 112, & 110 Satisfactory completion of all 3 courses is required for certifi cation. Complete a program application $25 and a certificate request form $7 for Lehman College certificate.

Anatomy/Physiology and Fundamentals of Patient Care: Parts 1 & 2 Anatomy and Physiology covers basic anatomy and physiology of body systems: cells and tissues; integumentary; musculoskeletal; nervous; sensory; endocrine; cardiovascular; respiratory; digestive; urinary and reproductive; and immune. Also addressed are mental health and rehabilitation. Course structure includes lectures and textbook readings. Fundamentals of Patient Care covers a wide range of knowledge and skills needed as a health care worker. It will prepare you for the topics covered on the nursing assistant certifi cation exam. Topics addressed include: working as a team member in the healthcare system; ethics; laws; communication; understanding patients; culture; patient rights; body structure and function; and reinforcement of practice makes perfect. Specifi c skills taught include: safety; infection control; moving and transferring patents; patient assessment; patient care; comfort; hygiene and grooming; nutrition and fluids; elimination and respiration. Textbook: Mosby’s Textbook for Nursing Assistants, by Sorrentino, 9th ed. Elsevier, ISBN 9780323319744.

CPR: Basic Life Support (BLS) with AED for Health Care Providers This course meets the requirements for National Certifi cation 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). CPR 100 / 1 session / 6 hours / COTC / $115 Sec 1: Sat 10:00-4:00 pm Jun 8 Sec 2: Sat 10:00-4:00 pm Jul 13 Sec 3: Sat 10:00-4:00 pm Aug 10

First Aid (AHA Certification) This course covers the theory and practical skills of the standard first 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 Sec 1: Sat 1:00-4:00 pm Jun 22 Sec 2: Sat 1:00-4:00 pm Aug 31

Part 1 CNA 111 / 12 sessions / 50 hours / COTC / $495 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Jun 15-Jul 15 and (3) Sat 9:05 am-5 pm 6/15, 6/29, and 7/6

Part 2 CNA 112 / 12 sessions / 50 hours / COTC / $495 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Jul 17-Aug 14 and (3) Sat 9:05 am-5 pm 7/20, 7/27, and 8/10

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE The CNA class above is qualified for a Workforce1 ITG Voucher. If you have 12 or more months of recent related experience, you may be eligible for an Individual Training Grant (ITG) voucher issued from Workforce1 Career Centers. Become a member of a Workforce1 Center at: Bronx1: 400 East Fordham 718-960-2458

Clinical for CNAs Under the supervision of a registered /professional nurse, you will engage in one-to-one care of patients and participate in pre- and post-conferences for discussion of patient care and learning objectives. CNA 110 / 7 sessions / 30 hours / LEHC / $305 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Aug 17-Sep 4 and Sat 9:05 am-5 pm 8/17 and 8/24

Bronx2: 1029 E. 163rd St., 3rd Floor 718-5426777 Manhattan: 215 West 125th St. 917-493-7054 Healthcare: Manhattan, 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212-618-8925 or https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/ careers/accesstraining.page for more information. Allow 4-6 weeks to process voucher prior to registration.

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EKG TECHNICIAN

Healthcare Technicians Patient Care/Nurse Technician EKG & Phlebotomy Technicians Dental Assistant

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.

To Apply: Complete a program application ($25) at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce and submit with proof of high school/GED/TASC completion and a short essay. A completed medical clearance form and current CPR certifi cation is required for C.N.A. and Phlebotomy Technician prior to clinical.

Program certification for CNA or Patient Care/Nurse Technician: Students must satisfy all prerequisites, successfully complete all required program courses listed with a

Admission Policy: Applicants must HS or GED. Both EKG100 and CPR100 must be completed in order to receive certification. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program.

Electrocardiography This course introduces students to the techniques necessary to perform a twelve-lead resting electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG). They learn about normal rhythm and arrhythmia, basic cardiac physiology, electrophysiology, and how to troubleshoot technical problems. Upon completion, the student will be eligible to take the National Certification Exam. Required Text: The Only EKG Book You’ll Ever Need, 8th Ed. Malcolm Thaler 978-1-4511-9394-7 or 1-4511-9394-7. Students who wish to register for the Phlebotomy, EKG and PCT courses may purchase the study guides offered only on the National Healthcareer Association website. These study guides can be purchased instead of the separate textbooks at NHANOW.com. EKG 100 / 10 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $470 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 11-Jul 16

CPR: Basic Life Support (BLS) with AED for Health Care Providers Page 9.

First Aid (AHA Certification) Page 9.

grade of C or better and submit a certificate request form ($7). Note: $155 EKG, $155 PLB, or $155 PCA/PCT required testing fee to be paid online at NHANOW.com; white lab coat and textbook fee not included.

Patient Care / Nurse Technician (PCT)* Tuition: $2790. Includes all courses for Nurse Technician (page 9) except for MAS 17: First Aid.

Patient Care / Nurse Technician Program for CNAs Tuition: $1495. Includes all courses for Nurse Technician (left column) except for CNA 100 and MAS 17: First Aid.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate* page 9 ■ Electrocardiography ■ Phlebotomy: Part I ■ Phlebotomy: Part II ■ CPR: BLS with AED for Health Care Providers page 9 ■ First Aid: AHA Certification (recommended) page 9

Register 2 Days Before Start COORDINATOR: Sheldon Stallings, sheldon.stallings@lehman.cuny.edu, 718-960-8320 Your class could fill early or be canceled *You must apply online before registering for these programs at http://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce because of enrollment requirements. 10

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 a full description, visit www.lehman.edu/ ce. The course tuition includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials. *NO DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THIS COURSE* DEA 100 / 23 sessions / 80.5 hours / COTC / $1274 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:00-9:30 pm Jun 11-Aug 29

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN Admission Policy: Applicants must HS or GED. PLB101, 102 and CPR100 must be completed in order to receive certification. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program.

Pharmacy Technician

Phlebotomy I This course introduces students who are already LPNs, CNAs, and other patient-care professionals to the basic procedures used for obtaining blood from veins or capillaries. it also provides skills improvement for those who are already employed in the profession. Students learn the appropriate way to use the equipment and the different types of blood tubes and draws. Upon completion, the student will be eligible to take the National Certifi cation Exam. Textbook: Text: Phlebotomy Worktext & Procedures Manual, 3rd ed, by Warekois & Robinson, Elsevier 978-1-4377-0991-9 PLB 101 / 8 sessions / 24 hours / COTC / $365 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 3-Jun 26

Phlebotomy II: Advanced Clinical Prerequisites: PLB 101 (taken within 7 months prior to PLB 102), CPR 100 or have permission from the coordinator, and submission of required health clearance forms prior to the PLB 102. (Required for PLB Tech & PCT/PCA) PLB 102 / 17 sessions / 50 hours / COTC / $545

Pharmacy technicians assist licensed pharmacists providing medications to patients. This comprehensive program of 50 classroom and lab hours and an 80-hour clinical externship will prepare you to work as a pharmacy technician in institutional and retail settings and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Course content includes: pharmacy medical terminology; the history of pharmacy; the pharmacy practice in multiple environments; pharmacy calculations and measurements; reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names Through classroom lecture and hands-on labs, you will review dosage calculations; drug classifications; the top 200 drugs; I.V. flow rates; sterile compounding; dose conversions; aseptic technique; the handling of sterile products; total parental nutrition (TPN); dispensing of prescriptions; inventory control and billing and reimbursement. Prerequisite: HS diploma or GED/TASC. *The course tuition includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate and materials. NO DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THIS COURSE. PTP 200 / 17 sessions / 50 hours plus 80 hour externship / COTC / $1299* Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 17-Aug 12

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Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm and Sat 9:30-12:30 pm Jul 8-Aug 14

CPR: Basic Life Support (BLS) with AED for Health Care Providers Page 9.

First Aid (AHA Certification) Page 9.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Career Training Loans: 1. Apply online at www.SallieMae.com/ SmartOptions. 2. Click on “I am ready to apply for a loan” 3. Choose “Undergraduate Loans” from dropdown menu 4. 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.

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COMING FALL 2019 FOR NEW STUDENTS: Med Term: Anat. & Physiology Part 1 MAS 01 / 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $600

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

Part 2 MAS 02 / 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $600 Offered Fall 2019

Medical Office Business Practice Part 1 MAS 30 / 15 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $550

Part 2 MAS 31 / 15 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $550 Offered Fall 2019

The Certifi ed Clinical Medical Assistant program combines classroom instruction with practical experience through an internship in a community-based medical practice or hospital. 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. We offer a 100-hour externship program to give you work experience in the fi eld. On average, the program may be completed in 3 semesters. Total tuition: $3900 (includes all program courses).

FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS: CPR for Medical Assistants MAS 06 / 1 session / 6 hours / COTC / $100 Sat 10:00-4:00 pm Jun 1

Med. Assist. Cert Exam Review MAS 20 / 1 session / 7 hours / COTC / $100 Sat 9:00-4:00 pm Jun 8

To Apply: Complete a program application ($25) at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce and submit with proof of high school/GED/TASC completion and short essay.

Program Certification: Students must satisfy all prerequisites, successfully complete all required program courses listed with a grade of C or better, and submit a certificate request form ($7).

PROGRAM COURSES Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology: Parts 1 and 2 Medical Office Business Practice: Parts 1 and 2 Clinical Practice Job Readiness Certification Exam Review ■ Externship ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

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

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Clinical Practice Part 1 MAS 40 / 15 sessions / 45 hours / COTC / $600 Wed 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 9:30 am-4:30 pm Jul 3-Aug 10

Part 2 MAS 41 / 8 sessions / 48 hours / COTC / $590 Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm & Sat 9:30 am-12:30 pm Aug 19-Sep 28

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Workforce1 ITG Voucher: The CMA class above is qualifi ed for a Workforce1 ITG Voucher. If you have 12 or more months of recent related experience, you may be eligible for an Individual Training Grant (ITG voucher) issued from Workforce1 Career Centers. Become a member at: Manhattan: 79 John Street, 2nd Floor 212-6188925 or https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/careers/ accesstraining.page for more information.Allow 4-6 weeks to process voucher prior to registration. See page 5 for more information

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Patient Care Coordinator

Introduction to Care Management

Today patient care coordination focuses on accessible and consistent access to care, while empowering patients to take control of their own well-being. Patient care coordinators play an essential role in this context and are increasingly valuable in clinics, hospitals and outpatient offices. In this program you will learn the essential roles and responsibilities of a care coordinator and how to respond to patients’ diverse needs. Pay average is $26 per hour ($54,000 per year). Program and course prerequisites include high school diploma or GED/TASC. Students may register for individual courses, unless otherwise specified. In order to receive a program certificate, you must successfully complete all course requirements listed with a grade of C or better and submit a certificate request form ($7). Download certificate request form from www.lehman.edu/ce.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Introduction to Care

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

This first course will cover the essential roles and responsibilities of care coordinators, specifically how best to positively impact the patients you work with. The focus will be on the perspective of the patient with an examination of the social determinates that impact patients’ health, including the role of social disparities and inequities, play in overall healthcare management. PCO 10 / 5 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Jun 10-Jun 24

Motivational Interviewing (MI) During this course, 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 / 5 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Jul 1-Jul 15

Chronic Conditions and Addiction: Healthy Outcomes We will identify what constitutes a chronic condition and how to work with clients with chronic conditions. The focus will also be on the complexities of addiction counseling and on the key facts behind alcohol and substance abuse addiction. PCO 30 / 5 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Jul 17-Jul 31

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 / 5 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $195 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Aug 5-Aug 19

COORDINATOR:

Alisa Zarrin Alisa.zarrin@ehman.cuny.edu 917-957-8104

Register 3 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements.

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Overview of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

CASAC Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor

This course provides an overview and history of the required and basic knowledge of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and its use and abuse (ATOD). 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 psycho-active substances are discussed and elaborated on as well as those social and environmental effects that dru gs have on society. ASC 01 / 13 sessions / 40 hours / LEHC / $415 Offered in Fall 2019

Diversity of Treatment Interventions and Approaches

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.

To Apply: Complete a program application ($25) at https://tmg-forms.lehman.edu/ce and submit with proof of high school/GED/TASC completion and related college credit (if applicable), resume and short essay.

Program Certification: Students must satisfy all prerequisites, successfully complete all course requirements listed with a passing grade (C or better) and submit a certificate request form ($7). Application Deadline: Saturday, June 15th. An interview may be required. Coordinator on campus select Saturdays. Email rory.gilbert1@lehman.cuny.edu for appointment

This course provides a comprehensive outlook and exploration of the diversity of alcoholism and substance abuse interventions and treatment approaches. Various assessment tools and Diagnostic Criteria are introduced as a skill set and tool in the evaluative process. Treatment and prevention techniques are presented as well as school and community-based intervention programs. Inpatient treatment and rehabilitation programs, residential treatment programs, detoxifi cation services, medically supervised ambulatory drug-free treatment programs, methadone maintenance, psychotherapy, acupuncture, cognitive/behavioral approaches as well as self-help principles are discussed as part of this comprehensive study of the Substance Use Disorder Treatment dynamic. ASC 02 / 15 sessions / 45 hours / LEHC / $465 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 25-Aug 15

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Overview of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse ■ 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 14

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, Case Management and Referral This course will clearly outline and define the comprehensive clinical assessment process. Assessment, Case Management and Referral will be explored and elaborated on as part of the CASAC 12 Core Function dynamic. Students will learn and demonstrate an understanding of clinical evaluation and the impact on case management and the referral process. Interviewing techniques and instruments used in assessment and case management are covered. The role of the CASAC counselor in the larger context of social and other human services delivery systems is also addressed. Prerequisites ASC 01, ASC 02, and ASC 31.) 40 hours, 4 CEUs. ASC 33 13 sessions / 40 hours / LEHC / $415 Sec1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Jul 9-Aug 27

Ethics, Ethical Practice and Counselor Wellness and Responsibility This course covers basic defi nitions of ethical behavior in the alcohol and substance abuse counselor/ client relationship and addresses traditional areas such as transference and counter transference and their roles in maintaining ethical behavior. Federal and state guidelines regarding ethics are also addressed. The importance of confi dentiality, 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 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:35 pm Jul 3-Aug 21

CASAC Exam Preparation Course This intensive workshop will help you prepare for the CASAC examination. Taught by the CASAC Coordinator, Rory Gilbert, CASAC. Prerequisite ASC02 or equivalent courses. ASC 60 / 3 sessions / 9 hours / LEHC / $165 Offered fall 2019

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Child Care Program 8 courses / 42 sessions / 125 hours / COTC / $1195 tuition

CHILD CARE CDA® Early Childhood Development Professional Lehman offers a program based upon the nationally recognized Child Development Associate® (CDA®) Competency Standards leading to Infant/Toddler, Family Childcare and Preschool CDA®. The program currently offers preparation for all 3 credentials. Successful completion of this program is the first step towards receiving a CDA 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, 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/GED/TASC; writing proficiency. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, students must successfully complete all course requirements listed below and submit a certificate request form ($7). Total tuition: $1195 (125 hours). Financial assistance may be available to program participants (see page 5). 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. Apply 4-6 weeks prior to registration.

Fall Courses 4 courses / 23 sessions / 69 hours / COTC / $660* Planning a Safe, Healthy Learning Environment CCP 20 / 6 sessions / 18 hours / COTC / $170

Supporting Children’s Social & Emotional Development CCP 50 / 6 sessions / 18 hours / COTC / $170

Promoting Children’s Physical and Intellectual Development CCP 30 / 6 sessions / 18 hours / COTC / $170

Principles of Child Growth and Development CCP 10 / 5 sessions / 15 hours / COTC / $150

Spring Courses

Total Tuition: $1195

4 courses / 20 sessions / 56 hours / COTC / $535*

PROGRAM COURSES

Managing an Effective Program Operation

■ 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.)

COORDINATOR:

Carol Robinson carol.robinson@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512

CCP 70 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / COTC / $110

Establishing Productive Relationships with Families CCP 60 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / COTC / $110

Observing and Recording Children’s Behavior CCP 40 / 6 sessions / 16 hours / COTC / $160

Commitment to Professionalism and Seminar on Child Abuse CCP 80 / 6 sessions / 16 hours / COTC / $155

NEW Child Care CDA Externship / Field Experience In addition to the education requirement, students must meet a 480-hour field experience requirement to earn the CDA Credential™. CCP 90 1 session / 480 hours / COTC / $110 Offered Fall 2019

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


SATURDAY WORKSHOPS NEW CDA Externship and Exam Prep

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CREDENTIAL™ (FDC)

In this workshop, you will learn about child care externship options and scheduling and an overview of exam preparation.

Frontline staff in health, education and human services agencies is provided with the knowledge and skills in an approach that emphasizes the strengths and resources of families to empower them for long-lasting change. Developed at Cornell University, the National FDC program moved in 2010 to the University of Connecticut in a partnership with the Center for the Study of Culture, Health and Human Development.

CCP 98 / 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $55 Spring Sec: Sat 9:30-12:30 pm May 4

CDA PORTFOLIO REVIEW & VERIFICATION VISIT PREP This class is designed to support the CDA Candidate and inform how to navigate the credentialing process. Students will be provided guidelines on organizing the CDA Portfolio. Competence statements and resources will be reviewed. CCP 96 / 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $55

To earn the FDC, workers take 90 hours of interactive classroom study. In addition, with the guidance of a portfolio advisor, students develop a portfolio that applies FDC concepts to their everyday work experience. Upon successful completion of the class, the portfolio and a standardized credentialing exam, workers earn the FDC along with the option of college credit and contact hours. FDC has been approved by the Office of Head Start for fulfillment of requirements under Section 1302.91(e)(7). The 15-week program is offered twice a year at the beginning of October and the middle of February on Fridays, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. Tuition is $1,000; the fee for the credentialing exam is $300. For additional information and permission to register, please contact Phyllis Rafti, Lehman College Program Coordinator at 718-980-8512 or email Phyllis.Rafti@lehman.cuny. edu.

Spring Sec: Sat 9:30-12:30 pm May 11

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting

The NYC Department of Youth and Community Development offers competitive scholarships to selected frontline staff at community-based organizations, non-profits and City agencies. For additional information on scholarships, please email Rhodesia Humphrey, Deputy Director of Capacity Building, NYC DYCD CB-FDC@dycd.nyc.gov or call 646-343-6224.

See page 32 for more details. CAP 01 / 1 sessions / 2 hours / LEHC / $39 Sec 1: Thu 5:30-7:30 pm Jun 13 Sec 2: Thu 5:30-7:30 pm Aug 8

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PC WORKSHOPS Computer Basics

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY More than half of today’s jobs require some degree of technology skills and that number is increasing rapidly each year. Take your technology skills to the next level. The more technologically skilled a job is, the more it pays. Improving your skills is the way to get ahead and advance your career. Our computer information technology non-credit certificate programs and globally-recognized certifications can help you reach your goals.

Earn a Certificate ■PC Workshops ■Microsoft Office Program ■Administrative/Executive Assistant ■Web Developer

Become Certified ■Microsoft Office Specialist Certification ■CompTIA A+ Computer Technician ■Cisco Networking Academy COORDINATOR:

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

In this digital age, being able to confidently use a computer is a requirement for most jobs. If you’re not confident in your computer skills or want to learn the latest version of Windows, then this course is for you. You will learn how to navigate a computer, the different types of software and their uses, how to manage your music and photo files, how to safely use the internet, and other online skills. MAT 10 / 2 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $85 Sec 1: Tue 6:45-8:45 pm Jun 4-Jun 25

Google Suite G Suite or Google’s suite of applications is taking the world by storm. More and more companies are switching over each year. Be ready for the change or learn what this free suite of apps is all about with this course. Here you’ll learn about Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, Forms and much more. Prerequisites: MAT10 or being very comfortable navigating a PC and a web browser. EDP 136 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $215 Sec 1: Wed 6:30-9:00 pm Jun 5-Jul 17 (off 7/3)

MICROSOFT OFFICE PROGRAM In today’s competitive job market, having digital skills is a must. Microsoft Office is one of the top most sought-after skills by hiring managers. This program offers two options for becoming proficient in Microsoft Office: achieving the Microsoft Office Program Certificate and/or taking a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam. (See page 20) Program certificate requirements: take the online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ MYSSTYK, successfully complete all course requirements, and submit the certificate request form ($7). Visit www.lehman.edu/ce for more information.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Microsoft Word: Part I & Part II ■ Microsoft Excel: Part I & Part II ■ Microsoft PowerPoint ■ Outlook for Office Workers page 20 18

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MICROSOFT COURSES

Microsoft Word: Part I

Microsoft Excel: Part II

Intro to Microsoft Word

Whether you need a professional looking document for work or personal use, Microsoft Word helps you create it. This course teaches basic to intermediate skills of the program from formatting, to setting margins to using tabs and more. By the end of the course, you will have a good level of proficiency with this essential program. A fl ash drive is needed for the course by the fi rst session. Prerequisite: CBS 89 or take an online survey at https://www. surveymonkey.com/r/MYSSTYK.

Take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level! In this second course in our series, you will learn intermediate to advanced-level topics like PivotTables, what-if-analysis, and VLOOKUP. Upon completion of this course, you will have a high level of profi ciency and be ready to take the MOS Specialist Exam in Excel. A flash drive is needed for the course by the first session. Prerequisite: CFM 60 or take the survey at https:// www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYSSTYK.

CBS 90 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $205

CFM 61 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $205

Sec 1: Mon 6:30-9:00 pm Jun 10-Jul 22 (off 7/1)

Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:00 pm Jul 30-Aug 15

Microsoft Word is a multi-purpose word-processing program that allows you to create documents from financial reports to flyers to thesis papers and beyond. Word is a must learn for anyone working in any business as well as for students. You’ll learn how to get started in this introductory course. Prerequisite: MAT10 or take the survey at https:// www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYSSTYK. A flash drive is needed for the course by the first session. CBS 89 / 4 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Offered Fall 2019

Intro to Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Word: Part II

Excel is a multi-purpose spreadsheet program that allows you to organize, calculate, and analyze information. Excel is a must learn for finance professionals, office workers, and business managers. It can also be used keep a budget, organize a guest list, or create an invoice. Get started with Excel in this introductory course. Prerequisite: MAT10 or take the survey at https:// www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYSSTYK. A flash drive is needed for the course by the first session

Take your Microsoft Word skills to the next level! This second course in our series teaches intermediate to advanced skills of the program from working with tables to inserting references and other advanced topics. By the end of this course, you will have a high level of proficiency and be ready to take the MOS Specialist Exam in Word. A fl ash drive is needed for the course by the fi rst session. Prerequisite: CBS 90 or take an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ MYSSTYK.

CFM 59 / 4 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $115 Offered Fall 2019

EDP 37 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / LEHC / $165 Offered Fall 2019

This slide-based presentation software is a necessary tool used by educators as well as those in the business world. Microsoft PowerPoint helps to visually present your ideas to your audiences using various elements like photos, charts, audio, and video. Upon completion of this course, you will have the skills to create an effective presentation that you can deliver with confidence. Prerequisite: MAT10 EDP 51 / 5 sessions / 12.5 hours / LEHC / $165 Sec 1: Wed 6:30-9:00 pm Jul 24-Aug 21

CBS 91 / 5 sessions / 12.5 hours / LEHC / $165 Sec 1: Mon 6:30-9:00 pm Jul 29-Aug 26

Intro to Microsoft Outlook Using this e-mail and personal information software, you will learn how to read, create, and send e-mail messages, manage messages and their attachments, create appointments and schedule meetings, work with contacts and contact groups, manage address books, customize messages and signatures, and set up automatic replies. Prerequisite: MAT10

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft Excel: Part I Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is a must for accountants, offi ce workers, and marketing managers. Personal uses include budgeting and data tracking. This course teaches basic to intermediate skills of the program from manipulating worksheets to basic formulas and functions and more. Upon completion of the course, you will have a good level of proficiency with this powerful and versatile program. A flash drive is needed for the course by the first session. Prerequisite: CFM 59 or take the survey at https:// www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYSSTYK.

Outlook for Office Workers Take your Outlook skills to the next level! In this course, you will learn intermediate to advancedlevel topics. This course focuses on Outlook’s features to manage email and multiple calendars, and work collaboratively with co-workers. Upon completion of this course, you will have a high level of profi ciency and be ready to take the MOS Specialist Exam in Outlook. Prerequisite: EDP 37 or take the survey at https://www.surveymonkey. com/r/MYSSTYK. EDP 47 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / LEHC / $165 Sec 1: Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 6-Jun 27

CFM 60 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $205 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:00 pm Jul 9-Jul 25

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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.

MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALIST (MOS) CERTIFICATION

Prerequisite: HS/GED/TASC and completion of online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ MYSSTYK.

The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification is a globally-recognized standard. Earning MOS certification acknowledges to the world that you have the expertise to work with Microsoft Office programs. Being MOS certified sets you apart from other workers. A MOS Certification brings more employment opportunities, greater earning potential, career advancement, and job security.

Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, you must successfully complete all course requirements listed and submit a certificate request form ($7). Download certificate request form from www.lehman.edu/ce.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Effective Business Communications:

The MOS Certification is an additional step you can take to have your skills recognized. The exam fee is a separate purchase and not included in the price of the courses or program.

Writing and Oral Skills for Professionals ■ Microsoft Word: Part I page 19 ■ Microsoft Excel: Part I page 19 ■ Outlook for Office Workers

To take a MOS certification exam, students must complete the associated course(s), purchase an exam voucher (purchased separately), schedule, take, and pass the exam. For more information regarding MOS certification email computer.programs@lehman.cuny.edu or call 718-960-8667.

Effective Business Communications: Writing and Oral Skills for Professionals 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.

Testing Center at CUNY on the Concourse Microsoft Office Specialist exams in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are just a few of the exams given at our Testing Center.

CBS 28 / 8 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $245 Offered fall and spring semesters

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A+ Computer Technician 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 (http://www.comptia.org) and for more IT-industry certifications such as Cisco and Microsoft. CIP 120 / 24 sessions / 72 hours / COTC / $1049 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 4-Aug 27

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 https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/ careers/access-training.page for more information.

Web Developer Certificate

CompTIA A+ Computer Technician Being CompTIA A+ certified means that you understand the cutting-edge fundamentals of computer hardware and software. CompTIA A+ is the best starting point for any career in IT – it can help you get your first job in IT, and set you on a path to IT success.

Web developers design and code the websites we use every day. They are responsible for a site’s visual presentation, interactive features, capacity, and backend structure. In short, developers create websites and shape all of our online interactions. It’s a dynamic field with high growth potential and plenty of opportunities to work in any industry.

NEW Web Developer Certificate Course The Web Developer Certificate is an interactive course designed to teach students web design and development. Through this course, you’ll develop the knowledge and skills needed to design and build usable and accessible front-end web pages and websites. You’ll receive hands-on training in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, and PHP. At the conclusion of this course, you will have a portfolio of work that can be showcased. The course is open to web design beginners, however, you must have strong computer skills. EDP 100 / 24 sessions / 72 hours / LEHC / $775 Offered Fall 2019

*Allow 4-6 weeks to process voucher prior to registration.

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Cisco Networking Academy

ENTRY NETWORKING TECHNICIAN (CCENT

As technology connects more people, devices, and data together, the demand for networking and security professionals will grow. Our Cisco Networking program prepares students who are seeking to build workforce readiness skills for indemand IT jobs. The CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum provides comprehensive coverage of networking topics, from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, while incorporating practical handson experience. Through this curriculum 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. The complete curriculum is approved by the Cisco Networking Academy.

The CCENT certifi cation validates that you have what it takes to manage a small, enterprise branch network. A CCENT is your fi rst step toward CCNA certifi cation and will help you stand out from the crowd in entry-level positions.

Introduction to Networks: CCNA 1 Topics include basic principles of communication in networks, defi nition, 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-the-art 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 this course. CIP 225 / 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 10-Aug 21 (off 7/1 & 7/3)

Routing and Switching Essentials: CCNA 2 Topics include the functions and services of routers, hardware and software components, confi guration 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

Prerequisite: HS/GED/TASC and A+ Computer Technician course or proof of proficiency.

Offered Fall 2019

PROGRAM COURSES

Scaling Networks: CCNA 3

Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)

CIP 227 / 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775

■ Introduction to Networking: CCNA 1 ■ Routing and Switching Essentials: CCNA 2

Connecting Networks: CCNA 4 CIP 228 / 20 sessions / 60 hours / COTC / $775

Networking Associate (CCNA) ■ Scaling Networks: CCNA 3 ■ Connecting Networks: CCNA 4

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VIRTUAL REALITY WORKSHOPS No tuition for the VR workshops; Only pay $25 registration fee.

Growing Your Business with Virtual and Augmented Reality VR/ AR has evolved in industries such as retail, real estate, education, medicine and healthcare, science and engineering and entertainment. Industries and companies are looking to VR/ AR technologies to attract buyers, improve their production and form a stronger emotional connection to products they create. In this 6-hour course, you will learn how businesses are leveraging VR to promote themselves and their products in an entirely new and immersive way. VRT 10 / 2 sessions / 6 hours / COTC

VIRTUAL REALITY INNOVATION ACADEMY AT LEHMAN COLLEGE The Virtual Reality Training Academy and Development Lab at Lehman College (CUNY) teaches the skills needed to create Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality applications for industry and education covering many diverse fields, including: architecture, product visualization, game creation, multimedia design, and broadcast media. In this fast-track program, students receive 10 months of training, including 6 months working directly on real-life projects in different market segments.

Application and screening process We are open to candidates for whom gaming or web design are serious hobbies. It’s a plus if individuals have an academic or industry background in computer science, web development, game design, architecture, engineering, mathematics, physics, or similar fields. It’s essential that students are comfortable navigating computer systems and new technologies. In the online application, students will be asked to submit their background information, academic qualifi cations, work experience, and interests. Successful applicants will be invited for a personal interview by the board members. You may be asked to submit a creative portfolio and take a skills test. Applications are reviewed by the Selection Committee which is comprised of experts from Lehman College’s Information Technology Division; Department of Computer Science.

Training Schedule and Cost Visit our website (https://www.lehman.edu/vr) for further information about the course schedule and cost. Class dates to be announced. Classes take place at CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor, Bronx, NY.

Sec 1: Mon/Tue 3:00-6:00 pm Jun 17-Jun 18 Sec 2: Thu/Fri 3:00-6:00 pm Aug 29-Aug 30

Hands-on Introduction to Virtual and Augmented Reality for Growing Your Business VR/AR is revolutionizing how business is conducted. From retail to healthcare and many industries in between, these technologies are changing how employees are trained, the way potential customers interact with products and how companies market their products. In this 12hour course, you will be introduced to VR/AR, learn about the current state of the technology and what the future holds. Also included are hands-on demonstrations and case studies about the ways in which the technology is being used and how businesses have found success using VR/AR. VRT 11 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / COTC Fall Sec: Mon-Thu 3:00-6:00 pm Sep 9- Sep 12

Introduction to the Unity Platform After a short introduction to the history of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), Unity’s interface, asset store and customization features will be discussed. You will be able to follow along on available computers or on your own device. While Unity can be used for development on a wide array of platforms, emphasis will be placed on VR and projects will be built for the HTC Vive which will be available to you. Prerequisites: being comfortable navigating computer systems and new computer technology. VRT 12 / 4 sessions / 12 hours / COTC Spring Sec: Mon-Thu 3:00-6:00 pm May 20-23

Visit our web page: http://lehman.edu/vr

Summer Sec 1: Mon-Thu 3:00-6:00 pm Jul 8-11 Summer Sec 2: Mon-Thu 3:00-6:00 pm Aug 5-8 Fall Sec: Mon-Thu 3:00-6:00 pm Oct 7-10

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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

Business Bookkeeping

BUSINESS & FINANCE PROGRAMS

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. Prerequisite: HS/GED/TASC completion. Program certification: In order to receive a program certificate, you must successfully complete all course requirements listed and submit a certificate request form ($7). Download certificate request form from www.lehman.edu/ce.

PROGRAM COURSES ■ Bookkeeping I

Learn more about: ■Bronx Business Technology Incubator ■Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

■ Bookkeeping II ■ QuickBooks ■ Individual & Business Taxation:

Part 1 ■ Individual & Business Taxation: Part 2* ■ Effective Business Communication* *recommended courses

COORDINATOR:

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

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Bookkeeping I 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, you 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. CFM 38 / 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 7:00-9:45 pm Jun 25-Jul 30

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 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Offered Fall 2019

Bookkeeping II Companies today ask for financial information that enables them to make informed decisions in a rapidly changing business environment. This course gives you 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 longterm 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

Introduction to Individual & Business Taxation: Part 2 A continuation of CFM 46, this course covers: Profit or Loss from Business (Sole Proprietorship) (Schedule C); Supplemental Income or Loss (Schedule E); Capital Gains and Losses (Schedule D); U. S. Return of Partnership Income (Form 1065); U.S. Income Tax Return for S Corporation (Form 1120S); basis and depreciation and tax planning. CFM 66 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $369 Offered Fall 2019

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 7:00-9:45 pm Jun 24-Jul 24

QuickBooks Computer systems enable organizations to systematically identify, acquire, store, analyze, distribute, and reuse information and knowledge to enhance organizational productivity and competitiveness. This hands-on course teaches students how to perform basic accounting procedures using this popular software. 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 pre-test. A fl ash drive must be brought to first class.

Effective Business Communications: Writing and Oral Skills for Professionals 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. CBS 28 / 8 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $245 Offered fall and spring semesters

CFM 39 / 10 sessions / 27.5 hours / LEHC / $435 Offered Fall 2019

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Tax Planning and Management

Personal Financial Planning CFP ®

For the professional providing personal financial planning services to recognize many of the income tax planning opportunities and problems that may arise. The course covers the fundamentals of individual income taxation, tax overview, terminology, computations, and interrelation of the more common income tax rules, regulations and planning techniques. Discussion and analysis focus on practical problems and their tax planning implications. PFP 63 / 13 sessions / 39 hours / LEHC / $665 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 6:15-9:15 pm Jun 17-Jul 29

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, you must successfully complete all course requirements listed and submit a certificate request form ($7). Download certificate request form from www. lehman.edu/ce.

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

COORDINATOR:

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

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. NTP10 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sat 9:30-3:30 pm Jun 8

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Licensure

Tax Update Workshop IRS Enrolled Agent Notary Public OSHA Real Estate (Fall 2019)

IRS ENROLLED AGENT PREPARATION An Enrolled Agent is a tax professional who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers 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 Examination (SEE) which is a three-part examination. Those who pass both the examination and a background check are then designated, Enrolled Agents. Students who do not have an accounting background should enroll in CFM38: Bookkeeping Essentials. Classes meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at Lehman College.

PROGRAM COURSES:

Tax Update Workshop

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

This two-day workshop for registered Tax Preparers will address the major components of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Upon completion, attendees will be able to identify planning opportunities for the 2018 tax year.

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

Six IRS-approved CE credits per day. Attendees must be present for the entire day to receive credit. Attendees must provide their PTIN to ensure credit is reported to the IRS TAX 10 / 2 sessions / 12 hours / LEHC / $165 Sec 1: Sat 9:00-4:00 pm Jul 6-Jul 13

NEW OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety and Health The 30-hour Construction Outreach Training Program is designed to provide orientation and information about safety responsibility for anyone involved in the construction industry. Outreach classes also provide overview information regarding OSHA, including workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Students will receive an OSHA 30-hour card upon successful completion of the course. For more information, please visit: https://www. osha.gov/dte/outreach/programoverview.html OSH 30 / 6 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $395 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 9:30-3:30 pm May 28-Jun 13 Sec 2: Mon/Wed 3:00-9:00 pm Jun 3-Jun 19 Sec 3: Mon/Wed 3:00-9:00 pm Jul 1-Jul 17 Sec 4: Tue/Thu 9:30-3:30 pm Jul 9-Jul 25

Individual Taxation and Ethics 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.) Taxation: 41.5 NYS CPE credits. Note: This course is not recognized as a 4-hour CPE ethics course. ENR 100/1 10 sessions / 41.5 hours/LEHC/$555 Sec 1: Sat 9:30-1:35 pm Jun 15-Aug 17

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. Taxation: 41.5 NYS CPE credits. ENR 100/2 9 sessions / 36 hours / LEHC / $495 Offered Fall 2019

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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Entrepreneurship Wedding & Event Planner / Designer Corporate Event Planner Bronx Business Incubators Wedding & Event Planner Certification

Preston Bailey: Signature Wedding & Event Design Course

Become a recognized Professional Certified Wedding and Event Planner! The Wedding Planning Certifi cation Course includes planning, coordinating and directing weddings, as well as, a study of business structure, documentation information, contracts, how to work with vendors, marketing and how to work with prospective brides and grooms. *Fee includes text book, online access in addition to classroom instruction, testing and national certifi cation from the Wedding Planning Institute. NO DISCOUNT ON THIS COURSE.

This course will allow you to experience the stepby-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-a-kind, magical event for a couple and their guests.

WPC 01 / 10 sessions / 35 hours / COTC / $1295* Tue 6:00-9:30 pm Jun 25-Aug 27 *Register by calling 888-221-9988 between 12-7 pm or by visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/ events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847074&group

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 & 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:

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 Wed 6:00-9:30 pm Fall Dates TBD

Special Events: galas, product promotions Meetings: 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 between 12-7 pm or by visiting: http://www.lovegevity.university/ events/EventDetails.aspx?id=847074&group

Register 3 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements.

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Join a select group of future business leaders at Lehman College’s Bronx Business Technology Incubator! The Business Technology Incubator is supported by the New York City Council, New York City Economic Development Corporation and Small Business Development Center as a startup incubator for tech freelancers, local small businesses, and entrepreneurs. Our mission is to help startup companies and entrepreneurs to build successful companies, which in turn creates more job opportunities and drives new innovation and technology development in the Bronx. With the technological infrastructure and the resources of the Lehman community, the Bronx Business Technology Incubator provides an environment for companies to turn innovative ideas into profitable realities.

The mission of the New York State Small Business Development Center (NYS SBDC) is to provide customized solutions through advisement, education, research, and advocacy for entrepreneurs, innovators, and the small & medium enterprise community. 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.

For membership options, workspace/plans, community events, and training programs visit our website at: http://lehman.edu/techincubator

Contact Information: 2501 Grand Concourse 3rd floor

FREE Small Business Counseling Services: ■ Start-up and Existing

Businesses

Bronx, NY 10468

■ Business Planning

718-960-8381

■ Financial Planning

business.incubator@lehman.cuny.edu

■ International Trade Assistance ■ Access to Capital

Office Location: Carman Hall, Room 128

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TASC PREPARATION PROGRAM Get Your HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CERTIFICATION 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.

A Placement Test is required and given at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd floor 2501 Grand Concourse

■ Saturday, June 15, 10-1 pm ■ Tuesday, June 18, 6-9pm ■ Wednesday, June 19, 6-9 pm ■ Tuesday, June 25, 6-9 pm

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE TASC test subject areas are algebra, geometry, functions, number and quantity, statistics and probability, earth and space sciences, life and physical sciences.

Intermediate TASC Preparation Math & Science

After above dates, email julibeth.veras@lehman.cuny.edu for a testing appointment. Placement Test Fee: $25 money order or debit card

Develop a basic understanding of mathematical ideas, principles, and procedures. Learn science content, vocabulary, and issues. Become familiar with TASC math and science specifications. Gain test-taking skills in math and science through ongoing TASC test practice. TAS 22 / 10 sessions / 25 hours / LEHC / $199

TASC READINESS ASSESSMENT & ADVISEMENT

LEHMAN COLLEGE IS AN OFFICIAL TASC TEST CENTER

Sec 1: Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jul 10-Sep 11

Are you planning to pass the official TASC Test?

in English & Spanish

Advanced TASC Preparation Math & Science

Become familiar with the TASC. Make a study plan! Math, Science, Social Studies Readiness Assessment MSS 01 / 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $30 Sec 1: Tue 6:00-9:00 pm Jun 4 Sec 2: Tue 6:00-9:00 pm Sep 10 *Fee includes testing and feedback.

You can take the TASC on the Lehman College campus, an official NYS test center. The exam is administered on Fri 4 pm and Sat 8:30 am. Apply for exam at Carman Hall 128 and bring: ● NYS photo ID or ● Proof of residency Get on the spot confirmation of your testing appointment!

Review key areas of mathematics and science emphasized on the test. Recognize and use the information presented in words, symbols, graphs, and diagrams. Prepare for the TASC through a variety of math and science test-ready activities. TAS 23 / 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Sec 1: Sat 10:00-12:30 pm Jul 13-Sep 14

TASC OFICIAL CENTRO DE PRUEBAS en inglés y español

Reading and Writing Readiness Assessment RAW 01 / 1 session / 3 hours / COTC / $30 Sec 1: Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Jun 5 Sec 2: Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Sep 11 *Fee includes testing and feedback.

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Puedes tomar el TASC en el Colegio Lehman, un Centro oficial de pruebas del Estado de Nueva York. Es administrado mensualmente. Para solicitar el examen en Carman Hall 128, debes traer: ● ID con foto del estado de Nueva York o ● Comprobante de residencia

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


DID YOU KNOW? 100% of students who took Lehman College’s TASC Preparation Program passed one or more of the official TASC subtests!

LANGUAGE ARTS AND SOCIAL STUDIES 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.

Intermediate TASC Preparation Language Arts & Social Studies Develop the art of reading and writing using terminology on the TASC. Read and discuss social studies topics and write about their current relevance. Gain confidence in understanding multiple-choice items and essay writing for the test. TAS 20 / 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Sec 1: Mon 6:00-8:30 pm Jul 8-Sep 9

Advanced TASC Preparation Language Arts & Social Studies Review key ideas and vocabulary in reading, writing, and social studies. Analyze informational and literary texts. Follow guidelines for TASC essay writing. Prepare for the TASC through a variety of language arts and social studies testready activities. TAS 21 / 10 sessions / 25 hours / COTC / $199 Sec 1: Sat 1:00-3:30 pm Jul 13-Sep 14

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Teacher Certification Prep ELECTRONIC REPORTING 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 15-21 business days of workshop date. Workshop completion is recorded under Account Information and then Workshops in the scroll box of your TEACH account (access your TEACH account information under “Inquiry Links”). If you need assistance logging into or viewing info in your TEACH account, you may contact technical support representatives at 518-486-6041 or teachhelp@nysed.gov. You may login to your registration account at www. lehman.edu/ce to print a record of your attendance once it is recorded about 15 days after workshop.

DASA WORKSHOP Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention This 6-hour, face-to-face course satisfi es 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.

CAP & VPW WORKSHOPS

Online Violence Prevention Workshop

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting

This online course is quick, convenient and certified by the State of New York. Complete the workshop at your own pace-any day, any time. Conducted by Genius, Genius of New York.

Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only. This two-hour workshop is required by the New York State Education Department of all those seeking teacher certification. Lehman College is an N.Y.S.-approved provider of this workshop. Topics include mandated reporting, physical and behavioral indicators of abuse and neglect and the school’s role in working with parents and children. Late arrivals will not be admitted. CAP 01 / 1 session / 2 hours / LEHC / $39

VPW 10 / 1 session / 2 hours / ONLINE / $39 *Online Workshop Instructions: After 2-3 business days after full registration payment, login at www. lehman-ce.org using your registration email. Click on forgot password and follow directions to complete the 2-hour workshop. If you need assistance, email help@lehman-ce.org. When done, workshop completion will be reported to your TEACH account.

Sec 1: Thu 5:30-7:30 pm Jun 13 Sec 2: Thu 5:30-7:30 pm Aug 8

Online Child Abuse Identification and Reporting This online course is quick, convenient and certified by the State of New York. Complete the workshop at your own pace-any day, any time. Conducted by Genius, Genius of New York. CAP 10 / 1 session / 2 hours / ONLINE / $39 *Online Workshop Instructions: After 2-3 business days after full registration payment, login at www. lehman-ce.org using your registration email. Click on forgot password and follow directions to complete the 2-hour workshop. If you need assistance, email help@lehman-ce.org. When done, workshop completion will be reported to your TEACH account.

Online Needs of Students with Autism Workshop This online course is quick, convenient and certified by the State of New York. Complete the workshop at your own pace-any day, any time. Conducted by Genius, Genius of New York. SWA 10 / 1 session / 2 hours / ONLINE / $39 *Online Workshop Instructions: After 2-3 business days after full registration payment, login at www. lehman-ce.org using your registration email. Click on forgot password and follow directions to complete the 2-hour workshop. If you need assistance, email help@lehman-ce.org. When done, workshop completion will be reported to your TEACH account.

Violence Prevention Workshop Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only. New York State’s violence prevention legislation (SAVE) requires all individuals seeking teacher certification to complete this two-hour workshop. Lehman College is an N.Y.S.-approved workshop provider. Topics include school safety plans, school codes of conduct and appropriate prevention/intervention strategies. Late arrivals will not be admitted. VPW 01 / 1 session / 2 hours / LEHC / $39 Sec 1: Thu 7:35-9:35 pm Jun 13 Sec 2: Thu 7:35-9:35 pm Aug 8

DSA 10 / 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $69 Sec 1: Tue 3:30-9:30 pm Jun 4 Sec 2: Tue 3:30-9:30 pm Jul 9 Sec 3: Tue 3:30-9:30 pm Aug 6

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ASSISTANT TEACHER & TEACHER CERTIFICATION 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.

EAS Exam Preparation This interactive EAS exam prep workshop covers all aspects of this exam -- multiple choice and constructed written responses, including 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 and with the instructor’s help. For more information visit www.nystce.nesinc.com

Test Prep ■ High School ■ College ■ Grad School ■ Professional

EAS 14 / 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139

HIGH SCHOOL

Offered Fall 2019

SHSAT Prep (grades 7, 8) Page 43

Combined Early Childhood / Childhood MS-CST Exam Prep

Algebra Regents I Test Prep Page 43

No discounts apply to this course. This interactive Elementary Multi-Subject CST prep workshop covers all parts of the Early Childhood and Childhood versions of this exam – literacy / English Language Arts and math multiple choice and constructed response as well as Arts & Sciences multiple choice. Approaches, guidelines, resources, models, and examples will be presented for discussion. Extensive practice will be done so that attendees know what to expect when they take the exam and how to continue their preparation and practice on their own. For more information visit www.nystce.nesinc.com CST 14 / 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139

COLLEGE SAT Prep (grades 11, 12) Page 43

GRADUATE SCHOOL Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Preparation 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. GRE 12 / 10 sessions / 30 hours / LEHC / $399 Fall dates TBD

Offered Fall 2019

Assessment of Teacher Assistant Skills 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 like those presented on the examination. Bring text to first class: CST Assessment of Teacher Assistant Skills ATS 095 by Xamonline. https://goo. gl/CzURJv

PROFESSIONAL PREP Real Estate Salesperson (Fall 2019) Notary Public Exam Prep Page 26 PMP Project Management page 36

ATP 10 / 1 session / 6 hours / LEHC / $139 Offered Fall 2019

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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSES

LANGUAGES American Sign Language I An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) 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 hours / LEHC / $150 Sec 1: Tue 6:30-8:00 pm Jun 11-Jul 23

■ Technology ■ Photography ■ Languages ■ Writing

■ Fitness ■ Music ■ Swimming

TECHNOLOGY

PHOTOGRAPHY

Computer Basics

Hands-on Introduction to Digital Photography

In this digital age, being able to confi dently use a computer is a requirement for most jobs. If you’re not confi dent in your computer skills or want to learn the latest version of Windows, then this course is for you. You will learn how to navigate a computer, the different type of software and their uses, how to manage your music and photo fi les, how to safely use the internet, and other online skills. MAT 10 / 2 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $85 Sec 1: Tue 6:30-8:30 pm Jun 4-Jun 25

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 Offered Fall 2019

Google Suite G Suite or Google’s suite of applications is taking the world by storm. More and more companies are switching over each year. Be ready for the change or learn what this free suite of apps is all about with this course. Here you’ll learn about Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, Forms and much more. Prerequisites: MAT10 or being very comfortable navigating a PC and a web browser. EDP 136 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $215 Sec 1: Wed 6:30-9:30 pm Jun 5-Jul 17 (off 7/3)

The Digital Darkroom: Lightroom & 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 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 inkjet printer. A $15 material fee (cash only) is to be paid at the first class meeting.

WRITING Effective Business Communications: Writing and Oral Skills for Professionals 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. CBS 28 / 8 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $245 Offered fall and spring semesters

FITNESS Yoga Flow for Mind and Body Feel better, look better and think better! In this course for beginners, you will learn postures and stretches to increase fl exibility 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 Sec 1: Sat 10:30-11:45 am Jul 13-Aug 17

MUSIC Piano I for Adults

EDP 78 / 6 sessions / 18 hours / LEHC / $235

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.

Offered Fall 2019

PFA 50 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Tue 6:45-7:45 am Jun 11-Jul 16

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Piano II for Adults

Advanced Beginner Swimming

Building upon the foundation of Piano I for Adults, you learn the particulars of proper piano techniques such as basic arrangements and improvisation among others. These are applied to the musical pieces you perform. Be ready to share, be part of an ensemble, and be inspired by your peers!

PARTICIPANT MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS.

PFA 52 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Tue 6:45-7:45 pm Jul 23-Aug 27

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 fi rst 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 fi rst class; a nylon string acoustic guitar is recommended but not mandatory

Review and continue to develop beginner swimming skills including fl oating, front crawl, and comfort in deep water. PES 51 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Fri 7:15-8:15 pm Jun 21-Jul 19 Sec 2: Fri 7:15-8:15 pm Aug 2-Aug 30

Aqua Zumba PARTICIPANT MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS. 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. PES 68 / 7 sessions / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Tue 6:30-7:15 pm Jun 18-Jul 30 Sec 2: Tue 6:45-7:30 pm Aug 13-Sep 10

PFA 63 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $135 Sec 1: Sat 10:00-11:00 am Jul 13-Aug 17

SWIMMING Swimming for Adult Beginners

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

PARTICIPANT MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS.

PES 69 / 5 sessions / 5.25 hours / LEHC / $125

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

Synchronized Swimming

PES 50 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Tue 7:15-8:15 pm Jun 18-Jul 16 Sec 2: Fri 6:15-7:15 pm Jun 21-Jul 19 Sec 3: Fri 6:15-7:15 pm Aug 2-Aug 30 Sec 4: Sat 8:10-9:10 am Jul 27-Aug 24 Sec 5: Sun 12:25-1:25 pm Jul 28-Aug 25 Sec 6: Thu 6:15-7:00 pm Jun 27-Aug 22 (off 7/4 & 7/25)

Register 3 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements.

Offered in fall 2019

PARTICIPANT MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS. 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: the ability to swim 20 yards, and be comfortable in deep water and underwater. PES50: Swimming for Beginners) CUNYCard I.D. required PES 58 / 8 sessions / 10.5 hours / LEHC / $220 Sec 1: Thu 7:00-8:19 pm Jun 27-Aug 29 (off 7/4 & 7/25)

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ONLINE LEARNING ed2go MindEdge FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Maryann Drago-Dowling

maryann.drago-dowling@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8077

ed2go: Online Non-Credit Courses ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

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: 4/17/18, 5/15/19, 6/12/19, 7/17/19, 8/14/19, 9/11/19 and forward. 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.

MindEdge Online Non-Credit Courses ■ Agile Courses ■ Cybersecurity & CISSP® ■ Data Analytics ■ Nonprofit Management ■ Operations ■ Project Management Courses ■ Six Sigma These comprehensive 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 learn. Each course combines text, graphics, interactive exercises, case studies and practice exams. Individual courses range from $70-$150. Refer to the website for more information (https://www.mindedge.com/page/professional?individual). 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/mindedge.php for more information.

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Earn College Credit, Achieve Your Goals

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.

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.

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 offi cial 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, https//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 https://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 offi ce hours and test dates, please visit our website or contact our offi ce.

Test Center at Lehman College CUNY-on-the-Concourse on Fri 12:30 or 2 pm 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: $87 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 718-960-8512. 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: $55 Nonrefundable; credit card or money order payable to “Lehman College”

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(Non-Credit) Here’s a wonderful opportunity to take college-level courses on a non-credit basis at the affordable tuition of of $99-$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. To register: call 718-960-8077 or visit Carman 128. Total payment ($99-$299 plus $25 reg fee) may be made by credit, debit card or money order For more information about the Music classes, contact: 718-960-8247, music@lehman.cuny.edu

AFRICANA STUDIES

Advanced Life Drawing

ART

(In Person) ART 301 Tue/Thu 6:40-9:50 pm $299

African & Afr. American Studies

Introduction to 2 - Dimensional

(Hybrid)

Design

AAS 166 Mon/Wed 12:00-2:35 pm $299

ART 101-1 Mon/Wed 6:40-9:50 pm $299

Advanced Life Drawing

ART 101-2 Mon/Wed 3:00-6:10 pm $299

(In Person)

(In Person)

The Civil Rights Movement (Hybrid) AAS 330 Tue/Thu 6:00-8:35 pm $299

History of African Americans (In Person) AAS 245 Mon-Thu 6:00-8:35 pm $299

ART 301 Tue/Thu 3:00-6:10 pm $299

Ceramics I (In Person)

Fundamentals of Ceramic

ART 107 Mon/Wed 1:10-4:20 pm $299

Hand Building (In Person)

Ceramics I

ART 607 Mon/Wed 9:30-4:20 pm $299

(In Person)

African Philosophical Thought

ART 107 Mon/Wed 9:30-12:40 pm $299

Basic Drawing (In Person)

(Hybrid) AAS 305 Mon/Wed 12:00-2:35 pm $299

Life Drawing (In Person)

History of African American

ART 201-1 Tue/Thu 6:40-9:50 pm $299

Education

ART 201-2 Tue/Thu 3:00-6:10 pm $299

(Hybrid) AAS 324 Mon/Wed 6:00-8:35 pm $299

ART 100 Tue/Thu 1:10-4:20 pm $299

Basic Drawing (In Person) ART 100 Tue/Thu 9:30-12:40 pm $299

Introduction to Painting (In Person) ART 105 Tue/Thu 6:40-9:50 pm $299

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Introduction to Painting

Urban Literature

(In Person)

(Web-Enhanced)

ART 105 Tue/Thu 3:00-6:10 pm $299

ENG 343 Tue/Thu 12:15-4:15 pm $299

Ceramics II

Shakespeare

(In Person)

(Web-Enhanced)

ART 207 Mon/Wed 1:10-4:20 pm $299

ENG 226 Tue/Thu 6:00-9:40 pm $299

Ceramics II

Shakespeare

(In Person)

(Web-Enhanced)

ART 207 Mon/Wed 9:30-12:40 pm $299

ENG 312 Tue/Thu 6:00-9:40 pm $299

MUSIC AND DANCE Fundamentals of Music Theory (Web-Enhanced) MST 100 Mon-Thu 6:00-8:35 pm $299

Dance Workshop (Web-Enhanced) DNC 209 Mon-Thu 12:00-3:30 pm $299

Dance Perspectives (Web-Enhanced)

Fundamentals of Wheel Thrown

HISTORY

DNC 235 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:30 am $299

Topics-Ancient & Medieval

PHILOSOPHY

Ceramics (In Person) ART 617 Mon/Wed 9:30-4:20 pm $299

History

ENGLISH

(In Person)

Business Ethics

HIA 350 - $299

(In Person)

Business Writing

PHI 330 Mon-Thu 6:00-8:35 pm $299

(Web-Enhanced)

Topics-Ancient & Medieval

ENW 300 Mon-Thu 12:00-2:35 pm $299

(In Person) HIA 750 - $299

Studies in Literature and Film (Web-Enhanced) ENG 761 Mon-Thu 12:00-2:35 pm $299

American Literature

JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

(Web-Enhanced) ENG 227 Mon/Wed 12:15-4:15 pm $299

Reporting I (Hybrid) JRN 221 Tue/Thu 8:00-10:35 am $299

Writing for Broadcast TV & Radio (Hybrid) FTS 317 Tue 6:00-7:45 pm $299

Advertising (Hybrid) MCS 347 Wed 6:00-7:45 pm $299

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE COURSES ■Intensive Program ■Part-Time Saturday & Evening Courses ■College Preparation Writing Courses

INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM This 18-hour per week ESL program provides instruction in all skills and meets the requirements for international students with F-1 visas. Our program is designed for committed learners of all levels of proficiency who are determined to advance fast. The classes meet four days a week: Monday through Thursday. Students are places in two courses-Grammar/Reading/Writing and Listening/ Speaking-based on their levels of proficiency which are determined by the placement test. *Price of required textbooks is not included in the course fee

For more information esl@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-6914

Summer A Reading/Writing/Grammar ESL 14 / 28 sessions / 63 hours / LEHC / $575

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

Mon-Thu 9:30-11:45 am May 20-Jul 8

Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation ESL 15 / 28 sessions / 63 hours / LEHC / $575

■ Customized instruction

Mon-Thu 12:30-2:45 pm May 20-Jul 8

■ Student-oriented environment ■ Dedicated and dynamic teachers ■ Up-to-date facilities ■ Flexible schedules - full- and part-time programs

Summer B Reading/Writing/Grammar

Placement testing and registration for ESL programs and classes All new students must take a Versant™ placement test and pay a non-refundable $25 testing fee (payable by money order or debit card only). For more information, please call 718-960-8512.

ESL 16 / 28 sessions / 63 hours / LEHC / $575 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:45 am Jul 9-Aug 23

Registration: In-person: Lehman College, Carman Hall room 128 or at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd floor, 2501 Grand Concourse near Fordham Road; By phone: 718-960-8512

Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation ESL 17 / 28 sessions / 63 hours / LEHC / $575 Mon-Thu 12:30-2:45 pm Jul 9-Aug 23

Online: www.lehman.edu/ce

VERSANT™ PLACEMENT TEST REQUIRED Bring testing fee of $25 money order or VI/MC debit card to our offices: Course tuition and $25 registration fee may be paid with a VI/MC/DS card. Carman Hall 128, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West 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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PART-TIME PROGRAM CALLING ALL RETURNING STUDENTS! We now offer a 10% tuition discount each semester on parttime courses when you re-enroll UPDATE ESL Evening Courses This program is ideal for busy, working students who need balanced instruction in all skills. Each class provides practice in grammar integrated with reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The integration of skills promotes active learning. The classes meet twice a week. The courses are offered at all levels of profi ciency. New students need to take a placement test to determine their initial placement. ESL 11 / 12 sessions / 24 hours / COTC / $225 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:15-8:15 pm Jun 4-Jul 16 Sec 2: Tue/Thu 6:15-8:15 pm Jul 23-Aug 29

ESL 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. ESL 19 / 10 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $279 Sec 1: Sat 9:30-12:30 pm Jun 29-Aug 31

Accent Reduction Students will focus on in-depth study of the rhythm, stress, and intonation of the English language while building effective communication skills. ESL 41 / 10 sessions / 20 hours / LEHC / $185 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 7:15-9:15 pm Jul 15-Aug 14

Ingles Para Principiantes - English For Beginners ¿Te gustaría mejorar tu nivel de inglés pero el idioma te da miedo? ¡No te asustes! El inglés se puede aprender de forma sencilla y divertida y este curso te ayudará a aprender lo básico para hablar y comunicarte para ayudarte a vivir y trabajar en los Estados Unidos cómodamente. Te enseñaremos a expresarte para cumplir con las tareas cotidianas que son necesarias en su vida diaria. Nuestros profesores bilingües te enseñarán lo que necesitas decir y como decirlo. ¡No demores tus estudios ni un día más! ¡Mejora tu inglés y mejora tu vida! Do you want to learn English but feel scared by the language? Don’t be afraid! The language can be simple and fun, and this course will help you learn the basics of speaking and communicating to help you live and work in the US more comfortably. You will learn how to express yourself and complete simple tasks that you’ll need to do in your daily life. Bilingual teachers will help you to understand what you need to say, and how to say it. Don’t put off learning the language for another year - improve your language and improve your life!

Bridge to College

ESL 01 / 12 sessions / 24 hours / COTC / $225

This is a short course specifically designed to help you understand and navigate the college application process in the US. Among the topics covered are how to select a major, conduct a college application interview, write an application essay, and give a presentation.

Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:15-8:15 pm Jun 4-Jul 16

ESL 20 / 6 sessions / 15 hours / LEHC / $149 Sec 1: Fri 9:30-12:00 pm Jun 7-Jul 12 Sec 2: Fri 9:30-12:00 pm Jul 19-Aug 23

Register 3 Days Before Start Your class could fill early or be canceled because of enrollment requirements.

Sec 2: Tue/Thu 6:15-8:15 pm Jul 23-Aug 29

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 30 / 10 sessions / 30 hours / COTC / $279 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 6:15-9:15 pm Jul 9-Aug 8

TOEFL TESTING Lehman College is an ETS Authorized TOEFL iBT® Test Center The TOEFL® Test Gives You an Advantage: ■ Most Widely Accepted ■ Most Popular ■ Most Convenient Choice The TOEFL test is the most widely respected English-language test in the world, recognized by more than 10,000 colleges, universities and agencies in more than 130 countries, including Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the United States. Wherever you want to study, the TOEFL test can help you get there. Please visit https://www.ets.org/toefl/ and register now.

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TECHNOLOGY Computer Animation Gr 4-7

Summers are for

learning & fun!

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

COORDINATOR:

Phyllis Rafti Phyllis.Rafti1@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-8512

ACADEMIC SKILLS

Math Improvement

English Language Arts (ELA)

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. CHILDREN MUST BE IN THE GRADE LISTED IN SEPTEMBER.

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. CHILDREN MUST BE IN THE GRADE LISTED IN SEPTEMBER. 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $125

Grades 3, 4 YPP 158 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 9:15-10:30 am Jul 30-Aug 15

Grades 5, 6 YPP 159

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 fl ash drive to the first session to save projects. YPP 222 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 10:45-11:45 am Jul 9-Jul 25

Graphic & Web Design for Gr 4-7 Budding art, design, and photography students are introduced to creating and editing digital images. They learn to manipulate graphics and text into new realities using Adobe Photoshop. Students will create banners, special effects images, and 3-D logos. These skills provide an excellent foundation for more advanced study of digital design. Please bring a new fl ash drive to the fi rst session to save projects. YPP 232 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 9:30-10:30 am Jul 9-Jul 25

Computer Coding I for Kids Gr 5-8

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 9:15-10:30 am Jul 29-Aug 14

Children enter the exciting world of computer technology as they learn the essentials of HTML 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 an empty fl ash drive to the fi rst session to save projects.

Grades 7, 8 YPP 165

YPP 229 / 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 10:45-12:00 pm Jul 29-Aug 14

Sec 1: Tue 12:15-1:30 pm Jul 9-Aug 13

6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $125

Grades 3, 4 YPP 162 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 10:45-12:00 pm Jul 30-Aug 15

Grades 5, 6 YPP 163

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 9:15-10:30 am Jul 29-Aug 14

Grades 7, 8 YPP 161

LANGUAGE

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 9:15-10:30 am Jul 29-Aug 14

American Sign Language for Ages 8-13

REGISTER ONLINE TODAY! EASIER THAN EVER! www.lehman.edu/ce -Login/Register When registering a child or teen, you must use their name. Create a separate record for each child or teen.

American Sign Language (ASL) is a valuable language for children to learn. In a stimulating environment, they are introduced to the basic signs for the alphabet, numbers, days of the week, months of the year and others as well as Deaf culture. They put their knowledge to work by having an opportunity to meet and converse with an individual whose first language is ASL. YPP 106 / 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 9:00-10:15 am Jul 9-Jul 25

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


TEST PREP

Algebra 1 Regents Test Prep

SAT Preparation (Math Only)

Designed to help students prepare for the Algebra 1 Regents exam in June, this course provides a basic review of the subject matter and covers testtaking strategies. Please bring text: Barron’s Let’s Review: Algebra I (Gary Rubinstein) to the first class.

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 Offi cial SAT Study Guide, 2020 edition, by The College Board, to the first class. YPP 192 / 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Tue 3:30-5:30 pm Jul 9-Aug 6

SAT Preparation (Verbal Only) All verbal topics in the exam are covered: writing, including the essay and questions on grammar and usage; and critical reading. Test-taking strategies are included. Please bring textbook, The Offi cial SAT Study Guide, 2020 edition, by The College Board, to the first class. YPP 193 / 4 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Sat 9:15-11:45 am Jul 20-Aug 10

YPP 240 / 5 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $115 Spring Sec: Sat 10-11:30 am May 4-Jun 8

CREATIVE ARTS Creative Drawing and Sketching for Kids Ages 8-13 Budding artists will develop the techniques of drawing and sketching which provide the foundation for all art forms. Using a pencil, charcoal, markers, and pens, they will learn about perspective, line, shape, composition, texture, and volume using still life settings and their own imagination. Please bring a 2-pocket folder to the first class; all other material is provided.

SHSAT: Test Prep for NYC Specialized High Schools (Math only)

YPP 12 / 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105

This math skills course helps prepare students for the 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 textbook: Kaplan’s NYC SHSAT Prep 2019-2020 to first class.

Comic Book Making for Kids Ages 9-13

Sec 1: Mon/Wed 9:15-10:30 am Jul 8-Jul 24

YPP 190 / 5 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $125

Is your child excited about drawing? Children can let their imaginations soar as they create their own comic book characters, develop a storyline, 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.Please bring a 2-pocket folder to the first class; all other material provided.

Sec 1: Thu 3:30-5:30 pm Jul 11-Aug 8

YPP 13 / 6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Mon/Wed 10:45-12:00 pm Jul 8-Jul 24

SHSAT: Test Prep for NYC Specialized High Schools (Verbal Only) This verbal skills course helps prepare students for the 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 textbook: Kaplan’s NYC SHSAT Prep 2019-2020 to first class.

Guitar Playing I for Ages 7-14 Guitar Playing I 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 of songs are introduced. A guitar, sized for the child, is needed for the first class. YPP 120 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Sat 11:15-12:15 pm Jul 13-Aug 17

YPP 191 / 4 sessions / 10 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Sat 12:00-2:30 pm Jul 20-Aug 10

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Little Actors for Ages 6-8

LEARN TO SWIM

Swimming I Ages 9-15

Children will develop creativity and self-confidence through improvisation, mime games, movement, creative expression, and role-playing, and using their imagination.

Child / Parent Swimming Ages 4-5

YPA 57 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125

YPP 27 / 5 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Sat 9:15-10:45 am Jul 13-Aug 17

Acting Workshop for 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 / 5 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Sat 11:00-12:30 pm Jul 13-Aug 17

Due to APEX regulations regarding access to locker rooms, registration is restricted to daughters/ mothers (female guardians) or sons/fathers (male guardians). Exception: Parents of the opposite sex may register provided their children are able to change clothes by themselves. 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 Ages 4-5. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required. (1 child and 1 adult) YPA 39 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125

SPORTS & FITNESS

Sec 1: Sat 2:40-3:40 pm Jul 27-Aug 24

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

Swimming I Ages 6-8 PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS.

Ages 11-15 YPA 59

For children, ages 6-8, with no experience or minimal experience in the water, this course covers fundamental skills including breathing, floating and crawl stroke. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

Sec 1: Tue/Thu 12:55-2:10 pm Jul 9-Jul 25

YPA 32 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125

Yoga for Kids Ages 8-12

Sec 1: Mon 12:50-1:50 pm Jul 8-Aug 5

Children have fun while receiving the many body and mind benefits of yoga. Through yoga poses, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques, they develop self-control, confidence, inner peace, flexibility and coordination in a noncompetitive environment. Loose fitting clothes are recommended; a yoga mat is required.

Sec 2: Mon 6:15-7:15 pm Jul 8-Aug 5

6 sessions / 7.5 hours / LEHC / $105 Ages 7-10 YPA 40 Sec 1: Tue/Thu 12:55-2:10 pm Jul 30-Aug 15

YPA 157 / 6 sessions / 6 hours / LEHC / $105 Sec 1: Sat 9:15-10:15 am Jul 13-Aug 17

Sec 1: Mon 1:55-2:55 pm Jul 8-Aug 5 Sec 2: Mon 7:15-8:15 pm Jul 8-Aug 5 Sec 3: Wed 1:55-2:55 pm Jul 10-Aug 7 Sec 4: Wed 7:15-8:15 pm Jul 10-Aug 7 Sec 5: Sat 11:25-12:25 pm Jul 27-Aug 24 Sec 6: Sun 9:10-10:10 am Jul 28-Aug 25 Sec 7: Sun 10:15-11:15 am Jul 28-Aug 25

Swimming II Ages 8-15 PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS. A continuation of Swimming I for Young People. NOTE: To enroll, students must be able to swim 15 yards and be comfortable in deep water. Includes elementary backstroke, treading water, improvement of crawl stroke and simple diving. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Prerequisite: Swimming I or permission. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required. YPA 62 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125 Sec 1: Sat 9:15-10:15 am Jul 27-Aug 24 Sec 2: Sun 10:15-11:15 am Jul 28-Aug 25

Swimming III Ages 8-15 PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST SIGN SWIMMING WAIVERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING CLASS.

Sec 4: Sun/Wed 6:15-7:15 pm Jul 10-Jul 24

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. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.

Sec 5: Sat 10:20-11:20 am Jul 27-Aug 24

YPA 65 / 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125

Sec 6: Sat 12:30-1:30 pm Jul 27-Aug 24

Sec 1: Sat 1:35-2:35 pm Jul 27-Aug 24

Sec 3: Wed 12:50-1:50 pm Jul 10-Aug 7

Sec 7: Sun 11:20-12:20 pm Jul 28-Aug 25

REGISTER ONLINE TODAY! EASIER THAN EVER! www.lehman.edu/ce -Login/Register When registering a child or teen, you must use their name. Create a separate record for each child or teen.

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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 (crawl stroke 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. 5 sessions / 5 hours / LEHC / $125

Pre-Team I YPA 101: Sat 9:00-10:00 am Jul 27-Aug 24

Pre-Team II YPA 102: Sat 10:10-11:10 am Jul 27-Aug 24

Pre-Team III YPA 103: Sat 11:15-12:15 pm Jul 27-Aug 24

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 online at www.lehman.edu, in the Office of Continuing Education or by calling Public Safety at 718-9608593. See page 50 for more information.

SIGNED WAIVER AND POOL RULES FORM See column 2. 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 transferred to a class that better suits her/his current skill level. You will be emailed about the specifics of the new class.

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 OLYMPICSIZE 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 or BATHROOMS 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. ■ GIRLS and female parents/guardians ONLY are permitted in the women’s locker room. BOYS and male parents/guardians ONLY are permitted in the men’s locker room. ■ 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.

We recommend that children with no or very little swimming experience, register with the parent for the Child/Parent Swimming class YPA 39.

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STEPS TO A GREAT SUMMER! SUBMIT DEPOSIT* Return pages 3 & 4 of the application with the camp deposit (Money Orders only) Full-Day: $100 non-refundable deposit (July and/or August) Half-Day: $50 non-refundable deposit (July and/or August)

SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION* Return ALL application pages, ALL documentation, and the FULL PAYMENT by the dates below: July Early Bird Discount

April 24

July Camp Final Due Date

NEW June 12

Aug Early Bird Discount

NEW June 22

Aug Camp Final Due Date

July 11

Fully completed application with medical papers and full payment are required for discount

GROUPS / AGES Junior: Ages 6-8 years Senior: Ages 9-12 years

ACTIVITIES ■ Swimming (Water Safety) ■ Various Sports ■ Self-Defense

DATES July Camp: July 8-July 26 Aug. Camp: July 29-Aug 16

TIMES Full Day:

8 am - 6 pm

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

LICENSED by NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

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■ Computer Technology ■ Arts & Crafts

ATTEND THE CAMP ORIENTATION Meet the Camp Director! Saturday, 10:30am-12pm in Carman Hall 128:

■ Reading & Writing Circle ■ Math Games ■ Dance ■ Nature at Lehman

FEATURES ■ Qualified & experienced

instructors ■ Free breakfast & lunch provided to all campers ■ Olympic-size pool ■ T-Shirts for each camper

June 29 for July Camp July 20 for August Camp *Download application from: www.lehman.edu/ce > Summer Camp

FOR MORE INFO Visit: http://www.lehman.edu/ce Call: 718-960-8512 Email: summer.camp@lehman.cuny.edu In Person: Lehman College Continuing Education Office Carman Hall 128 250 Bedford Park Blvd. W., Bronx, NY 10468

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


SUMMER

CAMPUS

TIMELINE

Completed application, ALL documents, Deposit (money orders only), and FULL final payment are due on the Early Bird Date or Final Due Date. ------------------------------------------------------------

JULY CAMP Early Bird Discount Due APRIL 24 Full Day SAVE $200 Half Day SAVE $100

Completed Application & Full Payment Extended to JUNE 12 Final Due Date: Full Day $1728* Half Day $864** ------------------------------------------------------------

AUGUST CAMP Early Bird Discount Due Extended to JUNE 22 August Camp Full Day SAVE $200 Half Day SAVE $100

Completed Application & Full Payment JULY 11 August Camp Final Due Date: Full Day $1728* Half Day $864** *Full Day: $100 non-refundable deposit, payable by money order only, part of total.

COME TO AN OPEN HOUSE! Saturday 10:30 am-12 pm April 13, May 18, or June 1 Carman Hall 128

SEE OUR CAMP IN ACTION! http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/summer-camp.php

**Half-Day: $50 non-refundable deposit, payable by money order only, part of total. Completed Application, All Documents, Deposit (by money orders only), and full final payment are due on the Early Bird Date or by the Final Due Date. $25 Camp Change Fee applies

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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!

 Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Focused on your specific interest

■ 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

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Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


REFUNDS

Registration Refunds Program certification Emergency closings CUNYcard ID Parking General information Helpful links

Important Information

Course Refunds

REGISTRATION Policy 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.

It’s easier than ever to REGISTER ONLINE at www.lehman.edu/ce! ■ In your current contact information, include one regularly used phone number and an actively used e-mail address. If registering a child or teen, you must use their name when registering each one separately.

Fees (Non-Refundable) $25 Registration fee (payable each semester, Spring, Summer, and Fall) $25 Test Fee $7 Transcript or certificate fee $25 Application for certificate programs $7

Replacement of lost Real Estate certificate.

$5 CUNYcard ID/Parking ID (see page 50 for more information) $10 Replacement of lost CUNYcard ID only $15 Replacement of lost CUNYcard ID with Parking $2+ Carman IT Center printing fees (total fee depends on # of copies)

■ Call 718-960-8512 during office hours. ■ Visit Lehman College or CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor. ■ It is strongly recommended that prospective students register at least 3-5 business days prior to class start to guarantee a spot. Courses are filled on a first-come first-served basis.

REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATION If you wish to inquire about disability services please contact the Continuing Education Registrar Maryann Drago-Dowling 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.

TEXTBOOKS Textbooks may be purchased online at Amazon. com, BN.com, half.com and others. Books can be pre-ordered at the Lehman College Bookstore at least 2 weeks prior to class start, at Goulden Avenue, Gate 2. Call 718-960-8144 or 718-2203059. 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.

Requests for refunds must be made in writing by emailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu prior to the course start date for 100% refunds or prior to the second class for 50% refunds. 100% refund if course is canceled by the College. 100% refund, less registration fee-prior to 1st class. 50% refund, less registration fee, prior to 2nd class. No refunds after the second-course meeting, after the start of classes for courses of less than four weeks duration or for online classes: CAP10, VPW10, or SWA10. Credit/debit card refunds are processed promptly after cancellation. Depending on bank associated with your card; refund could take 1-4 weeks to appear in your statement. Third-Party refunds: Any amount paid to the College by an employer, union, workforce centers or other third-party will be returned to the payer within a reasonable period if services were not delivered to the student in accordance with the refund policies of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

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.

GRADES, CERTIFICATES, AND TRANSCRIPTS Grades - Grades are available in the student account at the conclusion of each semester once any balance due the College is paid. Transcripts/Certificates - Complete a Transcript or Certificate Request form. Include $7 for each form (debit card or money order). Call 718-9608512 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce - General Information links. *Exceptions: No certificate fee required for Dental Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, or English as a Second Language courses. Certificates are not issued for children’s classes.

COURSE SUBSTITUTIONS Course substitutions require written permission from the program coordinator.

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ROOM LOCATION & CANCELLATIONS If location is not listed on your registration receipt, review your student account a day prior to class start for updated information or email ce@lehman. cuny.edu. In the event a course is cancelled, we attempt to notify students by email; however, students should verify the status of courses by emailing ce@lehman.cuny.edu no earlier than 24 hours prior to the first class meeting.

PROGRAM CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS Application Process In order to receive a program certificate, students must have a HS diploma/GED/TASC, satisfy all prerequisites, successfully complete all course requirements listed with a passing grade of C or better, and submit a certificate request form $7. A program application is required for: CASAC, Certified Nursing Assistant, Patient Care Technician, and Clinical Medical Assistant only. 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/ Those planning to complete a certificate program may enroll in a maximum of 2 courses without being formally admitted in the above programs. Certificate requirements are those in effect at the time a student’s application is accepted.

Students may register for individual courses unless otherwise specified. Program 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, Pharmacy Technician, or English as a Second Language courses. Certificates are not issued for Children’s classes. Download forms at www.lehman.edu/ce or email ce@lehman.cuny. edu.

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

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CUNYcard ID The following students MUST have the CUNYcard: ■ Students with classes in the APEX athletics complex or using the Carman Hall Computer IT Open center practice area. ■ Students purchasing limited parking for Lehman campus South Lot parking. ■ Students who use the library.

2 Easy Steps to get CUNYcard ID (Lehman photo ID) 1.

Make payment: Between 9 am-3:45 pm, Mondays through Thursdays or between 5-6:15 pm Tues only: bring Continuing Education registration receipt to Shuster Hall Bursar Office basement 031 with $5 CASH only for CUNYcard ID fee.

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 Hall basement 079. To replace lost CUNYcard IDs, $10 for ID only or $15 for ID/Parking Card must be paid in Shuster Hall Bursar Office 031 before a reprint of card in Shuster 079. (See info above) 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 Lehman College Metered and Street Parking Metered 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. Campus Parking Once purchased and activated, CUNYcards operate as parking proximity cards. Limited parking is available on Goulden Avenue in the North Lot, Mon.-Fri., 9:00 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. All parking / ID fees are not refundable under any circumstance.

Getting your CUNYcard - Campus Parking ID Bring registration receipt to make parking permit payment (limited permits available ona first-come first-serve basis) Payment may be made by MO/MC/VI. See steps in column 2. Student Parking Permit: $35 if you already have Lehman CUNYcard; $40 without a current CUNYcard.

CUNY on the Concourse 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.

GENERAL INFO Notice 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 Students should refer to the Lehman College Campus Rules and Regulations at http://lehman. smartcatalogiq.com/2017-2019/UndergraduateBulletin/Appendix/Board-of-Trustees-Rules-andRegulations-on-Campus-Conduct

HELPFUL LINKS Latest Brochure with Course Date Revisions https://issuu.com/lehmancollegeconted/docs/scpscatalog Continuing Education General Information http://www.lehman.edu/academics/continuing-education/ general-information.php Campus Virtual Tour https://www.youvisit.com/tour/lehman?pl=v 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/idschedule.php Tax Credits See page 5 for more information. Visit the IRS website at https://www.irs.gov to see if you are eligible for a tax credit.

Locations: COTC: CUNY on the Concourse • LEHC: Lehman College Campus


Lehman Campus LEHC

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

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. • Adult Degree • SBDC

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

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 upstairs. 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

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

2501 Grand Concourse near corner of Fordham Road, 3rd Floor 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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250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Mon-Thu 9 am-6:30 pm Fri 9 am-4:30 pm* Sat 9 am-1:30 pm*

REGISTRATION FORM - SU 2019 HAVE YOU ATTENDED LEHMAN COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION BEFORE?

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*see page 4 column 2

OR CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse 3rd floor Mon-Fri 9 am-9 pm Sat 9 am-3 pm

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Application Fee: $25.00 Certificate OR Transcript Fee: $7.00 Testing fee $25.00 (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


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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 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.

Jane MacKillop, Ph.D.

Dean School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Visit us at: • Lehman campus: Carman Hall 128 • www.lehman.edu/ce • www.facebook.com/LehmanSCPS Goher Murtaza, M.D., M.S.

Director Continuing Education

SCHOOL OF CONTINUINGAND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


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

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