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FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINARS & PRE-COLLEGE: AGES 4-16 INFORMATION SESSIONS 3 BUSINESS AND FINANCE • Business Bookkeeping • Accountant Assistant • Personal Financial Planning 4 COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY • Basic Microsoft Applications • Desktop Publishing, Graphics and Web Design Digital Media • CFabulous 55+: Courses for Older Adult • A+ Computer Technician • CISCO Certiﬁed Network Associate (CCNA) 5 ALLIED HEALTH • Pharmacy Technician • Physician Medical Ofﬁce Administration • Dental Assistant • Certiﬁed Nursing Assistant • Nurse Technician • EKG Technician • Phlebotomy Technician 6 HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT • Medical Record Coder • Medical Billing and Coding • Medical Record Technician • Physician Ofﬁce Billing 7 CREDENTIALED ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (CASAC) 8 CHILD CARE 9 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE INSTITUTE 9 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT • Workshops • New Courses in Partnetship with Baruch College • Administrative/Executive Assistant 10 PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE • Insurance Pre-Licensing • Notary Public 10 TEACHER CERTIFICATION WORKSHOPS 11 GENERAL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (GED) 11 TEST PREPARATION • High School • College • Graduate / Professional School 11 FABULOUS 55+: CLASSES FOR OLDER ADULTS 12 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT • Languages • Writing • Business Skills • Culinary Arts • Arts and Music • Photography • Dance • Physical Fitness 12-13 MORE THAN A CAMP-KIDZ AT LEHMAN COLLEGE 14-15 PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16 • Academic Skills • Test Preparation • Computer Technology • Chess • Languages • Creative Arts • Physical Fitness/Dance 16-18 MORE THAN A CAMP PROGRAM APPLICATION 19 ON-LINE COURSES • ed2go • Flexstudy-AMA Courses • Mindedge Non-Proﬁt & Project Management Courses • Music Industry Educators 20 ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM 21 PROGRAMS OFFERED FALL 2010 22 REGISTRATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION 22-23 DIRECTIONS AND MAPS 24 SUMMER 2010 CALENDAR Don’t wait in line -- sign up on-line! Memorial Day ● Visit our website: www.lehman.edu/ce S a t u r d a y, M a y 2 9 - M o n d a y, M a y 3 1 ● Register for classes on-line Holiday/No classes (College is closed) ● Find class/program descriptions and updates and more.... Independence Day S a t u r d a y, J u l y 3 - M o n d a y, J u l y 5 Holiday/No classes (College is closed) It’s easy! OFFICE HOURS Lehman Campus - Carman Hall 129 Mon.-Thurs.: 9 am-6:45 pm The goal of the Bronx Small Business Development Center Fri.: 9 am-4:30 pm (until July 9) (SBDC), at Lehman College, is to provide management as- Fri.: 9 am-1 pm (July 16-8/13) sistance, access to capital, quality business counseling and Sat.: 9 am-1:45 pm (until July 10) training to current and prospective small-business owners, at no cost to the clients. Our mission is to improve the eco- CUNY on the Concourse - 3rd Floor nomic condition in the Bronx, Upper Manhattan and lower Mon.-Thurs.: 9 am-9 pm Westchester. Fri.: 9 am-4 pm (closed 6/25-8/13) Sat.: 9 am-3 pm THE SBDC BUSINESS IS HELPING YOU SUCCEED www.sba.gov/www.nyssbdc.org (718) 960-8806 Tuition Assistance Program/Certiﬁcate Advisement Many of our courses are eligible for vouchers, reimburse- ment from employers, and loans. Please apply early – it often Advisement is available on the Lehman campus in the Of- takes several weeks for processing prior to registration. ﬁce of Continuing Education, Carman Hall 129, by appoint- ment. Certiﬁcate program coordinators are available dur- ing the Career Seminars at the start of each term. During Department of Veterans’ Affairs and G. I. Bill application: submit VA Form 22-1990 www.gibill.va.gov 1-888-442-4551 the semester, coordinators are also available via e-mail and phone. Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) Scholarships may cover 50% tuition or up to $1000. Call for application 718- Visit our website www.lehman.edu/ce for more campus 960-8512 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce advisement information. New York State Educational Incentive Scholarship Program (EIP) www.tsg.suny.edu or call 1-800-295-9616 VESID (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals ON-SITE PROFESSIONAL with Disabilities), (718)931-3500 TTY 718-828-4003 www. CUSTOMIZED TRAINING vesid.nysed.gov Employee training is an important part of attracting and re- Workforce New York www.workforcenewyork.org The fol- taining a skilled workforce. We offer: lowing programs are voucher eligible: A+ Computer Techni- ● Customized training cian, Business Bookkeeping, Child Care, Certiﬁed Nursing ● Contextualized curriculum Assistant, Insurance, Certiﬁed Payroll Professional, Funda- ● Flexible scheduling mental Payroll Certiﬁcation Prep, Website Design, Develop- ● Affordable group rates to businesses and nonproﬁt ment & Management, organizations. Employment Vouchers may be available through your em- Courses listed in this brochure, as well as training based on ployer. Contact the Human Resources, Personnel or Train- your speciﬁc needs, can be arranged to be held at your loca- ing Departments at your place of employment. tion. Call Carrie Shockley at (718) 960-8512 for additional information. 2 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Thinking of: ● Changing jobs ● Advancing your position ● Upgrading your skills? Come to one of our: R A E FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINARS! SEMINAR DATE & TIME LOCATION A+ Computer Technician, CISCO CCNA Sat. May 15, 10:30 am CUNY Concourse 3 FL Credentialed Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor Sat. May 22, 10:30 am Lehman - Carman B 39 (CASAC) Bookkeeping, Accountant Assistant, Thurs. May 13, 6:30 pm Lehman - Carman 129 Certiﬁed Personal Financial Planner Child Care (CDA) Sat. May 15, 10:30 am CUNY Concourse 3 FL Certiﬁed Nursing Assistant CNA, Nurse Technician (PCA/ Fri. May 14, 10 am CUNY Concourse 3 FL PCT), EKG Technician, Phlebotomy Technician Fri. May 21, 10 am Computer Information Technology, Desktop Publishing Wed. May 19, 6:30 pm Lehman - Carman Graphics & Web Design, Website Design Management & IT Center 118 Development Medical Record Coder, Medical Billing and Coding, Physi- Sat. May 15, 10:30 am Lehman - Carman B 39 cians Ofﬁce Billing, Medical Record Technician Sat. May 15, 10:30 am CUNY Concourse 3 FL Pharmacy Technician Tue. May 25, 6:30 pm Physician Med. Off. Admin. Assistant, Dental Assistant Tue. May 25, 6:30 pm CUNY Concourse 3 FL Pre-College: Classes for Ages 4 - 16 r h More than a Camp - Kidz at Lehman College n 129 INFORMATION SESSIONS at Lehman College Carman 129 ● Thursday, May 20, 6:30 pm ● Saturday, June 5, 10 am ● Wednesday, July 7, 6:30 pm For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 3 Business & Finance ACCOUNTANT ASSISTANT Risk Management PFP 61/$395 LEHC Provides the knowledge to interpret and ana- Mon./Wed., 6:30-9:30 p.m. lyze ﬁnancial statements. Upon completion, FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINAR June 7-July 19 (12 sessions) THURSDAY, MAY 13, 6:30 PM - CARMAN 129 students will be qualiﬁed to seek a position as an accountant assistant in either a private FALL SESSION BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING or public accounting setting. Full-charge bookkeepers or individuals with equivalent Introduction to Financial Planning The knowledge and skills needed for those course(s) or experience are exempt from Investments aspiring to become full-charge bookkeepers CFM 38. Students may complete certiﬁcate are provided in this program. Opportunities program or enroll in individual courses. SPRING SESSION for employment are available in a variety of Tax Planning and Management organizations and businesses. Students may COMPLETE ALL COURSES FOR BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING PROGRAM PLUS: complete certiﬁcate program or enroll in in- SUMMER 2011 SESSION dividual courses. Estate Planning Introduction to Individual Taxation CFM 46/$375 LEHC FALL 2011 SESSION Business Bookkeeping Tues.,/Thurs. 7-9:30 pm CFM 38/$310 LEHC Retirement Planning and Employee June 8-July 15 (12 sessions) Tues./Thurs., 7-9:45 pm Beneﬁts June 8-July 15 (10 sessions) FALL SESSION Fundamentals of Accounting Applications in Accounting Using NEW COURSES OFFERED RECOMMENDED FALL SESSION COURSES QuickBooks IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel CFM 39/$405 LEHC BARUCH COLLEGE Mon./Wed., 7-9:45 pm Business Taxation June 7-July 21 (13 sessions) Customs Broker BAR 02/$3775 LEHC Microsoft Excel 2007 CERTIFIED FINANCIAL Mon./Wed., 7-9:30 pm See pg. 5 PLANNER / PERSONAL June 7-Dec. 8 and FINANCIAL PLANNER Mon., 6:30-9:30 pm RECOMMENDED SUMMER SESSION COURSE A Program Approved by the Certiﬁed Finan- Jan 3-Mar 21 (56 sessions) Introduction to Microcomputing cial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP). See pg. 5 This 219-hour Certiﬁcate Program in Per- Global Business sonal Financial Planning (PFP) presents BAR 03/$1600 LEHC RECOMMENDED FALL SESSION COURSE techniques to formulate and execute com- Tues./Thurs., 7-9:30 pm Fundamental Payroll Certiﬁcation Prep prehensive ﬁnancial plans that assist clients May 18-Sept. 16 and Certiﬁed Payroll Professional in accumulating, conserving and transferring Test Prep: Sat: 9:30 am-3:30 pm NEW RECOMMENDED COURSE OFFERED IN personal wealth. Sept. 25-Oct. 23 (37 sessions) PARTNERSHIP WITH BARUCH COLLEGE Bookkeeping Certiﬁed Exam Review The CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL International Supply Chain BAR01/$1020 LEHC PLANNER™, and ® certiﬁcation is Management Mon./Wed., 6:30-9:30 pm granted only by Certiﬁed Financial Planner BAR 04/$1995 LEHC June 2-Aug. 11 (20 sessions) Board of Standards, Inc. to those who, in Mon./Wed., 7-9:30 pm addition to completing the 6 required cours- May 17-Aug. 2 and es have also met its ethics, experience and Sat., 9:30 am-3:30 pm examination requirements. June 5 & 12, July 10 & 17, Aug. 7 & 14 (26 sessions) Prerequisites: 60 college credits required; completed bachelor’s degree preferred; functional knowledge of ﬁnancial analysis techniques and a basic understanding of eco- nomics. 4 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Computer COMPUTER WORKSHOPS & INTRODUCTORY COURSES WEB DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT Information Basic PowerPoint Skills PCW 14/$90 LEHC For students interested in developing and Technology managing large-scale websites. Students Wed./Mon., 6:30-9:30 p.m. may complete certiﬁcate program or enroll June 2, 7 (2 sessions) in individual courses. COMPLETE ALL SUMMER COURSES FOR FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINAR WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 6:30 PM - ITCTR 118 Curso de Computación II DESKTOP PUBLISHING, GRAPHICS & WEB DESIGN PROGRAM PLUS: EDP 81/$150 COTC BASIC MICROSOFT Miercoles, 7-9 p.m. FALL SESSION APPLICATIONS June 9-July 14 (6 clases) Website Development & Mgmt. I and II Flash Basics elective Using Microsoft Ofﬁce Professional Suite Digital Photography I See pg. 12. for Windows, the Basic Microsoft Applica- A+ COMPUTER TECHNICIAN tions program focuses on mastering Win- FABULOUS 55+ dows and the four primary Ofﬁce applica- COURSES FOR OLDER ADULTS The A+ Computer Technician Program cov- tions. Courses meet the needs of students Computer Basics for Mature Adults ers the fundamentals of computer hardware with career interests including administra- See pg. 12. and software and helps prepare students tive support positions, ﬁnance and informa- for entry-level jobs in information technol- tion management and also helps them pre- Internet and E-Mail Basics for ogy. It also helps prepare students for the pare for the Microsoft certiﬁcation exams. Mature Adults See pg. 12. CompTIA A+ certiﬁcation examinations Students may complete certiﬁcate program (see http://www.comptia.org for further in- or enroll individual courses. DESKTOP PUBLISHING, formation on the exams) and for more ad- GRAPHICS & WEB DESIGN vanced IT-industry certiﬁcations CISCO and Basic Computer Skills Learn the basic principles of effective com- Microsoft. PCW 22/$90 LEHC position and organization of text and graph- A+ Computer Technician Preparation Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm ics for print and for electronic media. Special CIP 120/$720 COTC June 1, 3 (2 sessions) emphasis on publication on the World Wide Sat., 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Web. Students may complete certiﬁcate pro- June 5-Aug. 14 (10 sessions) Mastering the Computer Keyboard gram or enroll in individual courses. CBS 51/$170 LEHC Sat., 9-11:30 am Introduction to Microcomputing CISCO ACADEMY AT CUNY ON June 5-July 17 (6 sessions) See column one, this page. THE CONCOURSE Introduction to Microcomputing Web Site Design I The Cisco Certiﬁed Network Associate EDP 07/$255 LEHC EDP 115/$255 LEHC (CCNA) is the ﬁrst level of Cisco’s career Wed., 6:30-9 pm Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9 pm certiﬁcations. The CCNA prepares students June 9-July 28 (8 sessions) June 8-July 1 (8 sessions) to fulﬁll the job requirements of network technicians, network administration and Microsoft Excel 2007 Web Site Design II network engineers. The complete CCNA CFM 47/$285 LEHC EDP 114/$255 LEHC curriculum is taught by the Networking Wed., 6:30-9:40 pm Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9 pm Academy in four courses (CCNA 1-4). Pre- June 9-July 28 (8 sessions) July 6-July 29 (8 sessions) requisite: A+ Computer Technician. Microsoft Word 2007 Adobe Photoshop Routing Protocols: CCNA 2 CBS 78/$225 LEHC EDP 56/$255 LEHC CIP 226/$620 COTC Tues., 6:30-9 pm Wed., 6:30-9 pm Sat., 9 am-5 pm June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) June 9-July 28 (8 sessions) June 5-July 31 (8 sessions) FALL SESSION FALL SESSION LAN Switching & Wireless: CCNA 3 Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel 2007 Adobe Illustrator CIP 227/$620 COTC Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Adobe InDesign Tues./Thurs., 6-9 pm Flash Basics elective May 25-July 29 (20 sessions) Graphics for Web Designers elective FALL SESSION Basic Networking: CCNA 1 Accessing the WAN: CCNA 4 For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 5 Allied Health NURSE TECHNICIAN PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN/ ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN (EKG) ASSOCIATE (PCT/PCA) PHARMACY TECHNICIAN The Nurse Technician (Patient Care Techni- Prerequisites: Current NYS Certiﬁed Nurs- A comprehensive 70-hour course preparing cian/Associate) Program trains students for ing Assistant (CNA) or LPN or coordinator’s students to enter the pharmacy ﬁeld and to positions as advanced nursing assistants. permission. Requirements: must attend a ca- take the Pharmacy Technician Certiﬁcation Upon completion, students are eligible to reer seminar and orientation (see page 3 for Board’s PTCB exam. For full description, take the National Certiﬁcation exam. Re- dates/times/location). Proof of high school/ visit www.lehman.edu/ce. The course in- quirements: must attend an orientation/ GED completion required. cludes textbooks, registration fee, certiﬁcate career seminar (see page 3 for dates/times/ fee and materials. Requirements: must at- location). Proof of high school/GED com- Electrocardiography Technician tend a career seminar and math assessment pletion required. EKG 100/$330 COTC (see page 3 for dates/times/location). Proof Mon./Wed., 9:30 am-2 pm of high school/GED completion required. Nurse Technician Program June 7-June 23 (6 sessions) NTE 100 COTC Pharmacy Technician CPR for Health Care Providers PTP 100/$900 COTC To complete the certiﬁcation, the following CPR 100/$85 COTC (Required for EKG/ Tues./Thurs., 6-9:30 pm courses must be satisﬁed: PLB Technician programs) June 15-Aug. 12 and Certiﬁed Nursing Assistant (CNA) Sec. 1: Sat., 10 am-4 pm, June 26 Sat., 9 am-4 pm, July 17 (19 sessions) Sec. 2: Sat., 10 am-4 pm, July 24 Electrocardiography Technician (EKG) PHYSICIAN MEDICAL OFFICE Phlebotomy Technician Supervised Clinical Rotation ADMINISTRATION CPR for Health Care Providers for Phlebotomy and Electrocardiography Supervised Clinical Rotation for CLR 100/$400 (Required for PCT/PCA) This 120-hour Physician Medical Ofﬁce Schedule TBA. Phlebotomy & Electrocardiography Administration program combines the nec- essary skills of a medical billing and coding professional with the unique operational and CERTIFIED NURSING PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN customer service requirements of a Medical ASSISTANT (CNA) Assistant Administration professional. For Pre-requisites: Current NYS Certiﬁed Nurs- full description, visit www.lehman.edu/ce. A New York State-approved training for ing Assistant (CNA) or LPN or coordinator’s The course includes textbooks, registration those seeking employment as CNAs in hos- permission. Requirements: must attend a ca- fee, certiﬁcate fee and materials. pitals, nursing homes, hospices and home reer seminar and orientation (see page 3 for health agencies. CNA’s work directly with dates/times/location). Proof of high school/ Physician Medical Ofﬁce Administration patients and their families providing qual- GED completion required. MOA 100/$1999 COTC ity patient care. Duties include: helping with Mon./Wed. 6-9:30 p.m. /Sat., 9 am-3:30 pm getting dressed, bathing, feeding, toileting, Phlebotomy Technician June 2-Aug 25, 2010/June 5, 19, July 10, 24, taking vital signs, catheter care, assisting PLB 100/$330 COTC Aug. 7, Aug. 21 (30 sessions) with ambulation, range of motion exercises, Tues./Thurs., 9:30 am-2 pm and moving patients to bed and from bed to June 8-June 24 (6 sessions) DENTAL ASSISTANT wheelchair. The 80-hour Dental Assistant program pre- Program includes: Anatomy and Physiology CPR for Health Care Providers pares students for entry-level positions in (50 hours), Fundamentals of Patient Care (50 CPR 100/$85 COTC (Required for EKG/ Dental Assisting. The course familiarizes hours), Internship (30 hours) PLB Technician programs) students with all areas of pre-clinical dental Sec. 1: Sat., 10 am-4 pm, June 26 assisting and provides training in the profes- Requirements: must attend an orientation Sec. 2: Sat., 10 am-4 pm, July 24 sional skills required to function as an assis- and career seminar (see page 3 for dates/ tant in dental practice. For full description, times). Proof of high school/GED comple- Supervised Clinical Rotation visit www.lehman.edu/ce. The course in- tion required. for Phlebotomy and Electrocardiography cludes textbooks, registration fee, certiﬁcate CLR 100/$400 (Required for PCT/PCA) fee and materials. Certiﬁed Nursing Assistant (CNA) Schedule TBA. CNA 100/$995 COTC Dental Assistant Mon.-Thurs., 9 am-2 pm DEA 100/$1199 COTC June 7-July 12 (20 sessions) Tues./Thurs., 6-9:30 p.m. 30 hour clinical dates: TBA 6 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Health Information FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINAR SATURDAY, MAY 15, 10:30 AM - CARMAN B39 Management Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I MRP 80/$295 LEHC Medical Billing and Coding is a comprehensive program that provides students with the skills Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9 pm necessary for inpatient and outpatient hospital billing and coding. Key topics include how to June 8-July 13 (11 sessions) manually ﬁle claims; trace delinquent claims; appeal denied claims; monitor compliance with regulations; and to extract coding information from the medical record. Students may apply for Medical Terminology/Anatomy and certiﬁcates in Medical Billing and Coding; Medical Record Coder; Medical Record Technician; Physiology II (prereq. MRP 80) Physician Ofﬁce Billing. MRP 81/$370 LEHC Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm The program offers preparation for the CCA and CPC exams after obtaining two-three years of June 8-July 15 (12 sessions) work experience. Students may be qualiﬁed to sit for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) - Certiﬁed Professional Coder – Hospital Exam (CPC-H); the American Health Medical Record Science Information Management Association (AHIMA) CCA (Certiﬁed Coding Associate) Exam and/ MRP 18/$360 LEHC or Certiﬁed Coding Specialists (CCS) exam after a recommended six months to two years of Mon./Wed., 6:30-9:30 pm work experience. June 7-July 14 (11 sessions) MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIAN Coding for Physician Services: CPT Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I HCPS LEVEL 2 (prereq. MRP 80) Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II MRP 15/$350 LEHC Medical Record Science Sat., 9:30 am-1:15 pm June 5-July 31 (8 sessions) PHYSICIAN OFFICE BILLING Coding Internship (prereqs. MRP 18, 11 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I & 90) Health clearance is required prior to Medical/Surgical/Dental Ofﬁce Procedures internship start. For more information, Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Ofﬁces FALL SESSION call 718-960-9512. Computerized Medical Billing FALL SESSION MRP 14/$475 LEHC Coding for Physician Services: CPT HCPS LEVEL 2 RECOMMENDED COURSE Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm June 1-July 8 (12 sessions) MEDICAL RECORD CODER NEW FOR FALL: Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I Medical Billing Internship Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II On-line Electronic Health Records Medical Record Science Human Diseases FALL SESSION Coding for Physician Services: CPT HCPS LEVEL 2 ICD-9-CM Coding FALL SESSION Coding Internship MEDICAL BILLING & CODING Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II Medical Record Science Human Diseases FALL SESSION Coding for Physician Services: CPT HCPS LEVEL 2 ICD-9-CM Coding FALL SESSION Coding Internship Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Ofﬁces FALL SESSION Computerized Medical Billing RECOMMENDED COURSE For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 7 Credentialed Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINAR - SATURDAY, MAY 22, 10:30 AM - CARMAN B39 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 popula- tion. The program is designed for health and human services professionals, educators, clergy, and employee assistance personnel who wish to enter or advance in the ﬁeld. The Certiﬁcate Program 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 a the Credentialed Alcohol- ism 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 earn the Lehman College Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor Certiﬁ- cate, students must (1) complete all 9 required courses with a grade of “C” or better; (2) attend at least 80 percent of classroom instruction for each course; and (3) maintain an overall grade average of “B.” A certiﬁcate of completion is awarded after satisfactory completion of each course. This training is provided under New York State OASAS Provider # AI 0157. Application deadline: May 27. An interview may be required. SUMMER SESSION Overview of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse ALSO OFFERED FALL/SPRING SESSIONS ASC 01/$375 LEHC Mon./Wed., 6:30-9:35 pm June 7-July 21 (13 sessions) Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse ASC 02/$420 ALSO OFFERED FALL/SPRING SESSIONS Tues./Thurs., 6:45-9:45 pm LEHC June 8-July 27 (15 sessions) Counseling Issues III: Communicable Diseases and Special Populations ASC 28/$330 (pre-req. ASC 01) Mon,/Wed., 6:45-9:45 pm LEHC June 7-July 19 (12 sessions) Professional and Ethical Responsibilities and the Counselor/Client Relationship ASC 42/$420 (pre-req. ASC 01) Sat., 10 am-2:30 pm LEHC June 5-Aug. 14 (10 sessions) FALL SESSION Counseling Issues I: Individual and Group Counseling Human Growth and Development Assessment, Evaluation, Case Management & Referral SPRING SESSION Counseling Issues II: Communicable Diseases and Special Populations Treatment Planning, Clinical Record Keeping and Discharge Planning 8 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Child Care English as a Second Language Institute FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINAR SATURDAY, MAY 15, 10:30 AM - COTC Lehman offers a program based upon the nationally recognized Child Development Associate (CDA) Competency Standards for The Lehman College English as a Second Language Institute provides English as a Second Lan- Preschool Children. Successful completion guage classes to students whose native language is not English. Classes are taught at all levels of this program is a ﬁrst step towards receiv- from beginning to advanced and cover listening, speaking, reading and writing. All classes ing a credential from the Council for Early are conducted in English. A certiﬁcate is awarded upon successful completion of each course. Childhood Professional Recognition. Stu- Students must take a placement test for appropriate class placement. The test includes: listening, dents enrolled in the program receive assis- reading as well as comprehension. The test is given at Lehman College. After test results have tance in preparing for the assessment process been reviewed, students will be assigned to a class. For a test appointment, additional test dates, leading to the CDA credential. * NOTE: In and information, call (718)960-8924. addition to the education requirement, which this certiﬁcate fulﬁlls, students must meet Placement Test Schedule: Saturday, June 5: 11:30 am, Tuesdays, June 8: 5 pm & June 22: 5 pm a 480-hour ﬁeld experience requirement to earn a CDA credential. PART-TIME CLASSES Private ESL Lessons Requirements: Students must complete the CLD 100/$55 per hour (1.5 hr. lesson min.) eight required topics (125 hours) with a 70 ESL I (Beginner) percent average on exams and projects and CLD 20/$245 LEHC Do you prefer one-on-one instruction? Pri- attend at least 80 percent of classroom in- Mon./Wed., 7-9 pm vate lessons can be arranged by Lehman struction for each course. Participants may June 16-Aug. 11 (16 sessions) College with our highly-trained English as a start the program in any term. Classes meet Second Language teachers. Focus on exactly twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. ESL II (Intermediate) the skills you need. CLD 22/$245 LEHC For more information, call (718) 960-8512. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED Mon./Wed., 7-9 pm or permission of the program coordinator; June 16-Aug. 11 (16 sessions) FULL-TIME CLASSES writing proﬁciency. Intermediate/Advanced An intensive program for students whose Tuition: $1085 (125 hours). Tuition may be English Conversation native language is not English. Our program paid by semester. Financial aid may be avail- CLD 26/$185 LEHC meets the requirements for international stu- able to program participants. Participants in Tues., 7-9:10 pm dents with F-1 visas. Summer students with Early Childhood ﬁeld may be eligible for June 15-Aug. 10 (9 sessions) F-1 visas must report to the program coordi- NYS Educational Incentive Scholarship Pro- nator by June 30th. gram EIP grant www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu Intermediate/Advanced Grammar and or call 1-800-295-9616. Writing Workshop All students enrolling in the full-time pro- CLD 29/$185 LEHC gram must be tested for appropriate class SUMMER SESSION Thurs., 7-9:10 pm placement. See placement test schedule CCP 102/$290* COTC June 17-Aug. 12 (9 sessions) above. Sat., 9 am-12 pm and Wed., 6-9 pm June 5-July 17 (11 sessions, 33 hours) Intermediate/Advanced Integrated Skills: Tuition: $895 /7 week cycle Reading, Writing, Grammar & Conver- *NOTE: students who complete the sum- sation Schedule of Classes: Summer mer program register for the remaining 36 CLD 28/$185 LEHC Monday -Thursday, 9:30 am-2 pm hours/$310 tuition in the fall. Sat., 9:30 am-12 pm July 6-Aug. 20 (last day Friday) June 19-Aug. 14 (8 sessions) FALL SESSION CCP 100A/$600 (69 hours) Schedule of Classes: Fall “A” SPRING SESSION CCP 101/$485 (56 hours) Accent Reduction/ Mon.-Thurs., 9:30 am-2 pm Vocabulary Enrichment Sept. 21-Nov. 9 RECOMMENDED COURSES: BCS 16/$185 LEHC Child Abuse Identiﬁcation and Reporting Sat., 12:15-2:45 pm To make an individual test appointment and June 19-Aug. 14 (8 sessions) for more information, please contact: Elena Assist. Teaching Skills Dev. & Test Prep Dimond, program coordinator, at 718-960- See pg. 11. 8924. For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 9 Professional ADMINISTRATIVE/ EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Professional Development In today’s competitive job market individu- Licensure als need not only excellent computer skills, but also the ability to write and speak well Wedding & Event Planner and to present a professional, polished ap- INSURANCE PRE-LICENSURE Certiﬁcation Course pearance. The Administrative Assistant Cer- The Property and Casualty Insurance Agent WPC 01/$895 COTC tiﬁcate offers participants the opportunity and Broker’s Course is for individuals pre- Tues., 6-9:30 pm to acquire these skills. Prerequisite: high paring to qualify for the New York State June 15-Aug. 17 (10 sessions) school diploma or GED. insurance license examination. This course, approved by the New York State Insurance NEW Green Wedding Planner On-line Department, meets the education require- Mastering the Computer Keyboard Certiﬁcation Course ments for the New York State examination See pg. 5. WPC 02/$595 for licensing as an agent (#115 Insurance Visit www.lehman.edu/ce for details. Law) and as a broker (#119 Insurance Law). Microsoft Word 2007 See pg. 5. COMING THIS FALL NOTE: Students are required to attend 100 Corporate Event Planner Certiﬁcate percent of instructional sessions. Microsoft Excel 2007 See pg. 5. The Basics of Grant Writing Highlights of the program include: general WRT 26/$70 LEHC principles; ﬁre insurance; automobile insur- NEW Effective Business Communication Mon., 7-9 pm ance; general liability; workers’ compensa- for the 21st Century June 7-June 21 (3 sessions) tion; burglary; ﬁdelity and surety bonding; CBS 28/$305 LEHC Sat., 9:30 am-12:30 pm the insurance law; marine insurance; miscel- PMP® Project Management Exam Prep laneous casualty policies; and health and ac- June 5-Aug. 14 (10 sessions) On-Line $699 (13 modules) cident insurance policies. Textbooks must be Individual courses range from $70-$150. brought to ﬁrst class. Refer to website for more information. RECOMMENDED COURSES: See pg. 20. Introduction to Microcomputing See pg. 5. Property and Casualty Insurance: New York State License Preparation Course Non-Proﬁt Management Courses/Certiﬁ- INS 35/$795 LEHC cate On-Line FALL SESSION Tues./Wed./Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm Individual courses range from $70-$150. Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel 2007 June 15-Aug. 26 (33 sessions) Refer to website for more information. Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 See pg. 20. Career Development/Professional Image Notary Public Exam Preparation NTP 10/$85 LEHC Sat., 9:30 am-3:30 pm NEW COURSES OFFERED June 19 (1 sessions) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BARUCH COLLEGE See pg. 4. Bookkeeping Certiﬁed Exam Review Customs Broker Global Business International Supply Chain Management 10 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Teacher Test Preparation COLLEGE Certiﬁcation SAT Preparation, grades 11, 12 YPP 75/$195 LEHC Preparation HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY (GED) PREPARATION Tues./Thurs., 2:45-4:35 pm, July 6-Aug. 12 WORKSHOPS All students enrolling for GED preparation are assessed for reading ability. Students GRADUATE SCHOOL Tuition for the following workshops must be who score below an 8th grade reading level Graduate Record Examination paid by money order or credit card only. Late may be referred to other courses of study. (GRE) Preparation arrivals will not be admitted. Students who are not native speakers of Eng- lish may be referred to an ESL (English as a Textbook, GRE Intermediate Saver Packet Child Abuse Identiﬁcation and Reporting Second Language) class. Assessment forms must be brought to ﬁrst class-purchase at the CAP 01/$25 LEHC are distributed at the time of registration. Collegiate Bookstore or visit cambridgeed. Sat., 10 am-12 pm, June 12 (1 session) Students must return the assessment forms to com. *NOTE: 1st session is a pre-test. Elena Dimond or Betty Asch (Carman Hall, GRE 12/$365 LEHC Violence Prevention Workshop Room 129) by June 17. Wed., 6:30-9:30 pm VPW 01/$25 LEHC June 2-Aug. 11 (11 sessions) . Sat., 1-3 pm, June 12 (1 session) GED Exam Eligibility: To take the GED exam, you must be 19 years of age at the Graduate Management Admission Test time you take the exam or you must bring (GMAT) Preparation ON-LINE WORKSHOPS with you, at the time you sit for the exam, A valid e-mail address is required to register. a letter from your school giving your dis- Textbook, GMAT Intermediate Saver Packet Please allow approximately 1-2 business charge date and verifying that you have been must be brought to ﬁrst class-purchase at the days after registration to receive e-mail con- out of school for at least one year or that your Collegiate Bookstore or visit cambridgeed. ﬁrmation and instructions. class has graduated. com. *NOTE: 1st session is a pre-test. GMA 10/$365 LEHC Child Abuse Identiﬁcation and Reporting GED Test at Lehman: Tues., 6:30-9:30 pm On-Line CAP 10/$25 Students who successfully complete the June 8-Aug. 17 (11 sessions) Lehman GED course have the convenience Violence Prevention Workshop On-Line of taking the GED exam right here on the VPW 10/$25 Lehman Campus. PROFESSIONAL TEST PREP See column one, this page. INTENSIVE TEACHER High School Equivalency (GED) Prep CERTIFICATION COURSES GED 10/$365 LEHC Intensive LAST Preparation Tues./Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm Registration deadline: register the Thurs- June 22-Aug. 10 (15 sessions) Intensive CST Multi-Subject Test day prior to class start date. The program Preparation includes an on-line component which will be HIGH SCHOOL available until July 17 test date. Assistant Teaching Skills Development Integrated Algebra Review & Test Prep – ATAS Intensive LAST Preparation YPP 84/$140 LEHC LAST 12/$160 LEHC Wed./Fri., 9-10:45 am, July 7-30 Notary Public Exam Preparation Sat., 9 am-3:30 pm, June 5 (1 session) NTP 10/$85 LEHC Test Preparation for New York City Sat., 9:30 am-3:30 pm Intensive CST Multi-Subject Test Specialized High Schools, grades 8, 9 June 19 (1 sessions) Preparation YPP 78/$165 LEHC CST 12/$160 LEHC Wed./Fri., 2:45-4:45 pm, July 7-30 Sat., 9 am-3:30 pm, June 12 (1 session) Effective Studying and Test-Taking ASSISTANT TEACHER TEST Techniques, grades 9-12 PREPARATION YPP 168/$140 LEHC Tue./Thu., 12:45-2:30 pm, July 6-29 Assistant Teaching Test Prep – ATAS ATP 10/$130 LEHC LC Sat., 10 am-2:00 pm, June 12-26 (3 sessions) For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 11 Fabulous 55+: Personal Courses for Development Older Adults LANGUAGES ● Computer Basics for Mature Adults Practical Conversational Spanish for MAT 10/$145 LEHC Beginners Tues./Thurs., 10 a.m.-12 p.m. LSP 20/$155 LEHC June 8 -June 29 (7 sessions) Tues., 7-9 pm June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) ● Internet and E-Mail Basics for Mature Adults MAT 12/$75 LEHC Practical Conversational Spanish II Tues./Thurs., 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. LSP 21/$155 LEHC July 6-July 13 (3 sessions) Thurs., 7-9 pm June 10-July 29 (8 sessions) ● Arthritis Aquatics See pg. 13. American Sign Language I ● Beginning Tai Chi Chuan & Qigong See pg. 13. ASL 10/$195 LEHC Tues., 6:30-9:30 pm ● Yoga, Exercise and Movement See pg. 13. June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) ● Hands-on Ethnic American Vegetarian/Vegan Cooking & Lifestyle Choices American Sign Language II See pg. 13. ASL 12/$195 LEHC Wed., 6:30-9:30 pm ● NEW Pasta-bilities: An Italian Cooking Experience See pg. 13.. June 16-Aug. 4 (8 sessions) ● Creative Drawing & Painting See pg. 13. WRITING ● The Art of Crochet See pg. 13. English Grammar ● NEW History of Art: A Look at the Masters See pg. 13. BCS 10/$185 LEHC Wed., 6:30-9 pm ● Creative Writing Workshop See this page, right column. umn. June 9-July 28 (8 sessions) Creative Writing Workshop WRT 16/$155 LEHC Tues., 7-9 pm June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) Writing for College WRT 20/$215 LEHC Thurs., 6:30-9 pm June 10-Aug. 5 (9 sessions) PHOTOGRAPHY Digital Photography I EDP 70/$115 LEHC Mon., 6:30-9 pm June 7-28 (4 sessions) 12 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus DANCE An Introduction to Belly Dancing PES 18/$165 LEHC Fri., 6:30-8 pm May 28-July 23 (8 sessions) NEW Zumba: Dance into Shape PES 14/$165 LEHC Tues., 6:45-8:15 pm June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) PHYSICAL FITNESS Yoga, Exercise and Movement PES 37/$160 LEHC Thurs., 6:45-8:15 pm June 10-July 29 (8 sessions) BUSINESS SKILLS ART AND MUSIC Tennis for Beginners The Basics of Grant Writing Creative Drawing and Painting PES 10/$160 LEHC See pg. 10. STA 26/$155 LEHC Sat., 10 am-12 pm Thurs., 6:30-9 pm July 10-July 31 (4 sessions) NEW Effective Business Communication June 10-July 15 (6 sessions) for the 21st Century Beginning Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong CBS 28/$305 LEHC NEW History of Art: PES 46/$120 LEHC Sat., 9:30 am-12:30 pm A Look at the Masters Sat., 9:15-10:30 am June 5-Aug. 14 (10 sessions) ART 10/$150 LEHC June 5-July 17 (6 sessions) Wed., 6:30-8:30 pm Notary Public Exam Preparation June 9-July 28 (8 sessions) Arthritis Aquatics See pg. 10. MAT 35/$75 LEHC The Art of Crochet Sun., 11:40 am-12:25 pm Wedding & Event Planner STA 50/$125 LEHC July 11-Aug. 15 (6 sessions) Certiﬁcate Course Tues., 6-8 pm See pg. 10. June 8-July 27 (6 sessions) Swimming for Beginners PES 50/$145 LEHC NEW Green Wedding Planner On-line Voice/Cabaret Workshop I Sec. 1: Sat., 8:10-9:20 am. Certiﬁcate Course PFA 60/$100 LEHC July 10-Aug. 28 (7 sessions) WPC 02/$595 Wed., 6-7 pm Sec. 2: Sun., 9:10-10:20 am Visit www.lehman.edu/ce for details. June 23-Aug. 4 (7 sessions) July 11-Aug. 29 (7 sessions) Sec. 3: Mon., 6:30-7:30 pm Piano I June 7-Aug. 2 (8 sessions) CULINARY ARTS PFA 50/$125 LEHC Sec. 4: Tues., 6:20-7:20 pm Wed., 7:15-8:30 pm June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) Hands-on Ethnic American Vegetarian/ June 23-Aug. 4 (7 sessions) Sec. 5: Tues., 7:25-8:25 pm. Vegan Cooking and Lifestyle Choice June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) CUL 05/$175* LEHC Playing Guitar I *$40 materials/food fee due at ﬁrst class. PFA 54/$140 COTC Intermediate Swimming Sun., 9:30 am-1 pm Sat., 10:40 am-12:10 pm PES 53/$145 LEHC June 6-20 (3 sessions) June 12-Aug. 7 (8 sessions) Mon., 7:30-8:30 pm June 7-Aug. 2 (8 sessions) NEW Pasta-bilities: Acting Workshop An Italian Cooking Experience PFA 40/$160 LEHC Synchronized Swimming CUL 06/$175* LEHC Tues., 6:30-8:30 pm PES 58/$200 LEHC *$50 materials/food fee due at ﬁrst class. June 8-July 27 (8 sessions) Thurs., 6:30-8 pm Sun., 9:30 am-1 pm June 10-Aug. 5 (7 sessions) July 11-25 (3 sessions) For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 13 More than a Camp - Kidz at Lehman College! Z I G SIZZLING SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR AGES 6-15 ARE BACK with NEW Full-Day programs! Our popular four-week JULY program and two-week AUGUST program now include: Monday through Friday Morning, Afternoon and Full-day packages for ages 6-8 and Afternoon packages for ages 9-15. A variety of activities gives your child the opportunity for enrichment, creativity, ﬁtness and socialization. Structured activities include computer applications, academic skills, creative and performing arts, swimming and other sports activities. ● Camp is certiﬁed by the NYC Department of Health an Hygiene ● Classes and activities are run by certiﬁed and experienced teachers. ● Early drop-off at 8 am/late pick-up by 6 pm for full-day programs (ages 6-8). ● Students are accompanied and supervised by trained escorts from program start to end. ● Enrollment is limited. Registration is on a ﬁrst-come/ﬁrst-served basis. ● Save money when you register for any full/half-day program!!! See page 22 for discounts. HAVE QUESTIONS??? COME TO AN INFORMATION SESSION: • Thursday, May 20*, 6:30 pm • Saturday, June 5*, 10:30 am • Wednesday, July 7**, 6:30 pm in Carman Hall 129 * for individual classes & July/August Programs **for individual classes & August Programs “MORE THAN A CAMP” JULY & AUGUST FULL & HALF-DAY PROGRAM INFORMATION: Enrolling your child(ren) in our summer programs is a easy as 1-2-3 1 COMPLETE PROGRAM APPLICATION (SEE PAGE 19) & RETURN WITH DEPOSIT. FULL-DAY: $250 deposit for July program (includes $25 non-refundable application fee) due by June 5. $50 deposit for August program (includes $25 non-refundable application fee) due by July 12. HALF-DAY: $100 deposit for July program (includes $25 non-refundable application fee) due by June 5. $50 deposit for August program (includes $25 non-refundable application fee*) due by July 12. *$25 discount for students enrolled in July program who also enroll in an August program. 2 COMPLETE REGISTRATION PACKAGE & RETURN WITH BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PROOF OF RECENT PHYSICAL, UP-TO-DATE IMMUNIZATION RECORDS & TUITION BALANCE BY DUE DATE. Due dates: June 26 for July Program and July 24 for August Program. 3 ONE PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST ATTEND AN ORIENTATION***. July Program Orientations: Wednesday, June 23, 6:30 pm or Saturday, June 26, 10:30 am August Program Orientations: Wednesday, July 21, 6:30 pm or Saturday, July 24, 10:30 am ***If you register your child(ren) for both July & August programs, parent/guardian must attend 6/23 OR 6/26 Orientation ONLY. For more information, come to an Information Session, call 718-960-8512 14 or e-mail email@example.com. COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus MORE THAN A CAMP - KIDZ AT LEHMAN COLLEGE JULY Monday-Friday, July 6-July 30 Required Program Orientations: Wednesday, June 23, 6:30 pm or Saturday, June 26, 10:30 am NEW Full-Day July Package A-1 Ages 6-8: 8 am-6 pm $1350* AM & PM Packages combined plus movie screenings and more. Half-day Packages: AM Package A-2 Ages 6-8: 8 am-12:45 pm $735* Play & Learn • Yoga • Art Explorations • Martial Arts • Sculpting with Clay • Dance Time • Swimming PM Package A-3 Ages 6-8: 1:30-6 pm $635* Play & Learn • Singing Stories • On Stage • Making Music • Confetti Jewelry • Soccer PM Package B Ages 9-12: 1-4:15/3:45 pm $615* Yoga • Chess • Suzuki Precorder • Martial Arts • Swimming • Making Movies PM Package C Ages 13-15: 1-4:15/3:45 pm $595* Acting Workshop • Creative Writing • Martial Arts • Swimming • Flash Animation • Hip Hop AUGUST Monday-Friday, Aug. 2-Aug. 13 Required Program Orientations: Wednesday, July 21, 6:30 pm or Saturday, July 24, 10:30 am NEW Full-Day August Package D-1 Ages 6-8: 8 am-6 pm $665* AM & PM Packages combined plus movie screenings and more. Half-day Packages: AM Package D-2 for Ages 6-8: 8 am-12:45 pm $345* Play & Learn • Yoga • Art Explorations • Martial Arts • Sculpting with Clay • Dance Time PM Package D-3 for Ages 6-8: 1:30-6 pm $325* Play & Learn • Singing Stories • Swimming • On Stage PM Package E for Ages 9-12: 1-4:15/3:45 pm $325* Yoga • Chess • Comic Book Making • Swimming • Plane Paper • Hip Hop PM Package F for Ages 13-15: 1-4:15/3:45 pm $335* Acting Workshop • Creative Writing • Martial Arts • Comic Book Making • Hip Hop • Swimming * Includes all tuition, application, & registration fees. See Application Form on page 19. For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 15 Pre-College: Classes Math Improvement, grades 5, 6 YPP 163/$140 LEHC Flash Animation for ages 9-12 YPP 107/$125 LEHC for Ages 4-16 Sec. 1 Tue./Thu., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 6-29 Sec. 2 Wed./Fri., 9-10:45 am, July 7-30 Wed./Fri., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, July 7-30 Courses are intended for students who are Flash Animation for ages 13-15 Math Improvement, grades 7, 8 YPP 131/$125 LEHC currently the age listed or entering the listed YPP 165/$140 LEHC Wed./Fri., 1-2:30 pm, July 7-30 grades listed in fall 2010. Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 6-29 Sec. 2: Wed./Fri., 9-10:45 am, July 7-30 CHESS ACADEMIC SKILLS Math Enrichment, grades 7, 8 Checkmate: Chess for ages 9-12 Play & Learn for ages 6-8 (at or above grade level) YPP 170/$45 LEHC YPP 119/$45 LEHC YPP 77/$140 LEHC Mon., 2:45-4:15 pm, July 12-26 Sec. 1: Mon., 9-10:30 am, July 12-26 Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6-29 Sec. 2: Mon., 1:45-3:15 pm, July 12-26 Checkmate: Chess Express for ages 9-12 Math Improvement for Teens, grades 9-12 YPP 172/$25 LEHC Play & Learn Express for ages 6-8 YPP 152/$140 LEHC Mon., 2:45-4:15 pm, Aug. 2-9 YPP 171/$30 LEHC Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6-29 Sec. 1: Mon., 9-10:30 am, Aug. 2-9 LANGUAGE Sec. 2: Mon., 1:45-3:15 pm, Aug. 2-9 TEST PREPARATION Spanish for Young People ages 6-8 Reading & Math for Early Learners, YPP 63/$90 LEHC grade 1 Integrated Algebra Review Fri., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, July 9-Aug. 13 YPP 156/$140 LEHC YPP 84/$140 LEHC Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6–29 Wed./Fri., 9-10:45 am, July 7-30 Spanish for Children ages 9-12 YPP 60/$90 LEHC Reading & Math for Early Learners, Effective Studying & Test-Taking Fri., 12:30-2 pm, July 9-Aug. 13 grade 2 Techniques, grades 9-12 YPP 157/$140 LEHC YPP 168/$140 LEHC Intermediate Spanish for ages 6-10 Tue./Thu., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 6–29 Tue./Thu., 12:45-2:30 pm, July 6-29 YPP 112/$90 LEHC Fri., 2:30-4 pm, July 9-Aug. 13 English Language Arts, grades 3, 4 Test Preparation for New York City YPP 158/$140 LEHC Specialized High Schools, grades 8, 9 CREATIVE ARTS Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6-29 YPP 78/$165 LEHC Sec. 2: Wed./Fri., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 7-30 Wed./Fri., 2:45-4:45 pm, July 7-30 Art Explorations for ages 6-8 YPP 10 /$125 (includes materials) LEHC English Language Arts, grades 5, 6 SAT Preparation, grades 11, 12 Tue./Thu., 9-10:30 am, July 6-29 YPP 159/$140 LEHC YPP 75/$195 LEHC Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6-29 Tue./Thu., 2:45-4:35 pm, July 6-Aug. 12 Art Explorations Express for ages 6-8 Sec. 2: Wed./Fri., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 7-30 YPP 08/$65 (includes materials) LEHC Tue./Thu., 9-10:30 am, Aug. 3-12 English Language Arts, grades 7, 8 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY YPP 161/$140 LEHC Comic Book Making for ages 9-12 Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 9-10:45 am, July 6-29 Making Movies on Computer YPP 13/$65 LEHC Sec. 2: Wed./Fri., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 7-30 for ages 9-12 Wed./Fri., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 4-13 YPP 100 /$125 LEHC English Language Arts for Teens, Wed./Fri., 2:15-3:45 pm, July 7-30 Comic Book Making for ages 13-15 grades 9-12 YPP 132/$65 LEHC YPP 167/$140 LEHC Keyboarding Adventures for ages 9-12 Wed./Fri., 3-4:30 pm, Aug. 4-13 Tue./Thu., 11 am-12:45 pm, July 6-29 YPP 76/$125 LEHC Tue./Thu., 9-10:30 am, July 6-29 Drawing and Cartoons for ages 9-12 Math Improvement, grades 3, 4 YPP 09 /$125 LEHC YPP 162/$140 LEHC Keyboarding Adventures for ages 13-15 Tue./Thu., 12-1:30 pm, July 6-29 Sec. 1 Tue./Thu.,11 am-12:45 pm, July 6-29 YPP 85/$125 LEHC Sec. 2 Wed./Fri., 9-10:45 am, July 7-30 Tue./Thu., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, July 6-29 16 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus Making Music for ages 6-8 Basketball for ages 9-12 YPP 18/$140 LEHC YPA 40/$135 LEHC Tue./Thu., 3:30-5 pm, July 6-29 Tue./Thu., 1:45-3:15 pm, July 6-29 Suzuki Precorder for ages 9-12 Basketball for ages 13-15 YPP 19/$140 LEHC YPA 59/$135 LEHC Tue./Thu., 1-2:30 pm, July 6-29 Tue./Thu., 3:30-5 pm, July 6-29 Piano for Young People ages 9-12 Indoor Soccer for ages 6-8 YPP 125/$100 LEHC YPA 41/$135 LEHC Wed./Fri., 3-4 pm, July 7-30 Wed./Fri., 3:30-5 pm, July 7-30 Piano for Young People ages 13-15 Indoor Soccer for ages 9-12 Plane Paper for ages 9-12 YPA 49/$135 LEHC YPP 126/$100 LEHC YPP 109 /$65 LEHC Wed./Fri., 1:45-3:15 pm, July 7-30 Wed./Fri., 4:15-5:15 pm, July 7-30 Wed./Fri., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 4-13 Playing Guitar I for ages 9-15 Martial Arts for Ages 6-8 Sculpting with Clay for ages 6-8 YPA 54/$135 LEHC YPP 120/$135 COTC YPP 111 /$115 LEHC Tue./Thu., 10:45-12:15 pm, July 6-29 Tue./Thu., 12-1:30 pm, July 6-29 Wed./Fri., 9-10:15 am, July 7-30 Playing Guitar II for ages 9-15 Martial Arts for Ages 9-12 Sculpting with Clay Express for ages 6-8 YPA 71/$135 LEHC YPP 121/$135 COTC YPP 133/$65 LEHC Tue./Thu., 2:45-4:15 pm, July 6-29 Tue./Thu., 10:15-11:45 am, July 6-29 Wed./Fri., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, Aug. 4-13 PHYSICAL FITNESS/DANCE Martial Arts for Ages 13-15 Confetti Jewelry Making for ages 6-8 YPA 72/$135 LEHC YPP 113 /$125 LEHC Tue./Thu., 1-2:30 pm, July 6-29 Tennis for Teens ages 12-15 Wed./Fri., 1:45-3:15 pm, July 7-30 YPA 60/$120 LEHC Sat., 12:30-2:30 pm, July 10-31 Martial Arts Express for ages 6-8 On Stage for ages 6-8 YPA 51/$75 LEHC YPP 27/$125 LEHC Tue./Thu., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, Aug. 3-12 Dance Time for ages 6-8 Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 1:45-3:15 pm, July 6-29 YPA 130/$135 LEHC Sec. 2: Tue.-Fri., 3:15-4:45 pm, Aug. 3-13 Martial Arts Express for ages 13-15 Wed../Fri., 10:30-11:30 am, July 7-30 YPA 70/$75 LEHC Acting Workshop Express for ages 13-15 Tue./Thu., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 3-12 Dance Time Express for ages 6-8 YPP 173/$45 LEHC YPA 133/$75 LEHC Mon., 1-2:30 pm, July 12-26 Yoga & Creative Movement for ages 6-8 Wed../Fri., 9-10:30 am, Aug. 4-13 YPA 140/$55 LEHC Acting Workshop Express for ages 13-15 Mon., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, July 12-26 Hip Hop for ages 9-12 YPP 174/$30 LEHC YPA 120/$135 LEHC Mon., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 2-9 Yoga & Creative Movement Express Wed./Fri., 1-2:30 pm, July 7-30 for ages 6-8 Singing Stories Express for ages 6-8 YPA 141/$35 LEHC Hip Hop for ages 13-15 YPP 127/$45 LEHC Mon., 10:45 am-12:15 pm, Aug. 2-9 YPA 131/$135 LEHC Mon., 3:30-5 pm, July 12-26 Wed./Fri., 2:45-4:15 pm, July 7-30 Yoga & Creative Movement for ages 9-12 Singing Stories Express for ages 6-8 YPA 138/$55 LEHC Hip Hop Express for ages 9-12 YPP 128/$30 LEHC Mon., 1-2:30 pm, July 12-26 YPA 121/$75 LEHC Mon., 3:30-5 pm, Aug. 2-9 Wed./Fri., 2:45-4:15 pm, Aug. 4-13 Yoga & Creative Movement Express Creative Writing for ages 13-15 for ages 9-12 Hip Hop Express for ages 13-15 YPP 140/$45 LEHC YPA 139/$35 LEHC YPA 132/$75 LEHC Mon., 2:45-4:15 pm, July 12-26 Mon., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 2-9 Wed./Fri., 1-2:30 pm, Aug. 4-13 Creative Writing Express for ages 13-15 YPP 139/$30 LEHC Mon., 2:45-4:15 pm, Aug. 2-9 For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 17 SWIMMING PROGRAM SWIMMING II Child/Parent Swimming for Ages 4-8* YPA 39/$125 (1 child/1 adult) A comprehensive swim program where water Swimming II for Ages 6-8 YPA 39/$145 (2 children/1 adult) safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. En- YPA 62/$110 (Registration fee to be charged to adult) rollment limited-register early! Valid CUNY- Sec. 1: Wed./Fri., 10:55-11:40 am, July 7-30 Card I.D. required for entrance to the Lehman *Due to APEX regulations regarding access to Sec. 2: Tue.-Fri., 10-10:45 am, Aug. 3-13 campus APEX facility. locker rooms, registration is restricted to daughters/ Swimming II for Ages 9-12 mothers (female guardians) or sons/fathers (male Swimming I: For children with no experience or YPA 63/$110 guardians). Exception: Parents of the opposite sex minimal experience in the water, this course covers Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 10-10:45 am, July 6-29 may register provided their children are able to fundamental skills including breathing, ﬂoating and Sec. 2: Sat., 1:40-2:40 pm, July 10-Aug. 14 change clothes by themselves. crawlstroke. Sec. 3: Mon., 12:30-1:30 p, July 12-Aug. 16 Swimming II: For children who are able to swim Sec. 4: Tue.-Fri., 10:55-11:40 am, Aug. 3-13 This course provides an opportunity for chil- 15 yards and be comfortable in deep water. Skills dren and parents or guardians to spend time Swimming II for Ages 13-15 taught include elementary backstroke, treading wa- together in a group experience while children YPA 64/$110 ter, improvement of crawlstroke and simple diving. develop water conﬁdence and are taught wa- Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 3:35-4:30 pm, July 6-29 Swimming III: For children who are able to do ter safety, basic swimming movements and Sec. 2: Mon., 2-3 pm, July 12-Aug. 16 the front crawl for 25 meters with rotary breathing, breathing. Sec. 3: Tue.-Fri., 11:50 a-12:35 p, Aug. 3-13 back crawl for 10 meters and tread water. Skills Sec. 1: Mon. 5:25-6:25 pm, July 12-Aug. 16 taught include sidestroke, breaststroke, sculling and SWIMMING III Sec. 2: Tue./Thu., 5:30-6:15 pm, July 6-29 an introduction to the butterﬂy stroke. Sec. 3: Wed./Fri., 5:30-6:15 pm, July 7-30 Pre-Swim Team Program: The program has Swimming III for Ages 6-8 Sec. 4: Sat., 12:40-1:40 pm, July 10-Aug. 14 three levels: Pre-Team I: reﬁne strokes and develop YPA 65/$110 Sec. 5: Sun., 12:30-1:30 pm, July 11-Aug. 15 stroke mechanics through drills; Pre-Team II: learn Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 1:55-2:40 p.m., July 6-29 Sec. 6: Tue.-Fri., 5:30-6:15 pm, Aug. 3-13 racing starts, turns and develop the individual med- Sec. 2: Tue.-Fri., 1:55-2:40 pm, Aug. 3-13 ley; Pre-Team III: develop basic conditioning, prac- Swimming III for Ages 9-12 tice protocol and team terminology. Upon success- Synchronized Swimming for ages 8-15 YPA 66/$110 ful completion of Pre-Team III, swimmers can try YPA 46/$200 Sec. 1: Sat., 11:35 a-12:35 p, July 10-Aug. 14 out for the APEX Swim Club team or continue in Thurs., 4:30-6 pm, June 10-Aug. 5 Sec. 2: Mon., 3:10-4:10 pm, July 12-Aug. 16 the Pre-Swim Team. Prereq: YPA 36: Swim III. Sec. 3: Tue.-Fri., 4:40-5:25 pm, Aug. 3-13 Synchronized swimming is a performance Swimming III for Ages 13-15 sport which takes place in deep water. A YPA 67 /$110 swimmer uses basic swimming strokes, kicks SWIMMING I Sec. 1: Tue./Thu., 4:40-5:25 p.m., July 6-29 and stunts that are choreographed into rou- Swimming I for Ages 6-8 Sec. 2: Mon., 4:20-5:20 pm, July 12-Aug. 16 tines that may be performed in front of an au- YPA 32/$110 dience. This is a course designed to encourage Sec. 1: Mon., 9-10 am, July 12-Aug. 16 fun and ﬁtness. Swimmers interested in com- Sec. 2: Tue./Thu., 11:50-12:35 pm, July 6-29 PRE-SWIM TEAM PROGRAM petition will learn skills necessary to try out Sec. 3: We./Fr., 11:50-12:35 pm, July 7-30 Pre-Team Swimming I for the Empire State Summer Games. NOTE: Sec. 4: Sat., 9:25-10:25 am, July 10-Aug. 14 YPA 101/$110 Participants must be able to swim 25 yards and be Sec. 5: Tue.-Fri., 1:55-2:40 pm, Aug. 3-13 Sat., 9-10 am, June 26-Aug. 14 comfortable in deep water and underwater. Knowl- Swimming I for Ages 9-12 edge of freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and side- YPA 57/$110 Pre-Team Swimming II stroke. (Prerequisite: YPA 38: Swimming II) Sec. 1: Mon., 10:10-11:10 a, July 12-Aug. 16 YPA 102/$110 Sec. 2: Tue./Thu., 1-1:45 pm, July 6-29 Sat., 10:05-11:05 am, June 26-Aug. 14 Sec. 3: Wed./Fri., 1-1:45 pm, July 7-30 Sec. 4: Sat., 10:30-11:30 am, July 10-Aug. 14 Pre-Team Swimming III YPA 103/$110 Sec. 5: Sun., 10:25-11:25 am,July 11-Aug. 15 Sat., 11:10 am-12:10 pm, June 26-Aug. 14 Sec. 6: Tue./Thu., 2:50-4:30 pm, Aug. 3-12 Sec. 7: Wed., 6:30-7:30 pm, July 7-Aug. 11 Swimming I for Ages 13-15 YPA 58/$110 Sec.1: Mon.,11:20-12:20 pm,July 12-Aug. 16 Sec.2: Tue./Thu., 2:50-3:35 pm, July 6-29 Sec.3: Wed./Fri., 2:50-3:35 pm, July 7-30 Sec.4: Sat., 2:50-3:50 pm, July 10-Aug. 14 Sec.5: Wed./Fri., 2:50-4:30 pm, Aug. 4-13 18 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus MORE THAN A CAMP - KIDZ AT LEHMAN COLLEGE PROGRAM APPLICATION For all programs: A completed application with deposit is due 6/5 for July or 7/12 for August Programs. To complete registration, a registration packet including proof of physical within last year, copy of birth certiﬁcate, copy of up-to-date immunization records with fee balance is due by Orientation session. A parent/guardian must attend one orientation. See more information at form bottom. Complete (print) the form and attach deposit (see fees below). Application for program:_________________ CHILD/TEEN INFORMATION: Social Security No.: Birth Date: Month----Day------Year Age Grade Fall 2010 Sex: LAST NAME FIRST NAME PERMANENT ADDRESS APT. # CITY, STATE, ZIP EMAIL ADDRESS PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION: LAST NAME FIRST NAME HOME PHONE NUMBER DAY PHONE NUMBER - - - - CELL PHONE NUMBER EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER - - - - DEPOSIT PAYMENT INFORMATION: □ MONEY ORDER ENCLOSED (MADE PAYABLE TO “LEHMAN COLLEGE”) OR MASTERCARD or VISA CARD # EXP. DATE: Month Year CARD HOLDER LAST NAME FIRST NAME SIGNATURE OF CARD HOLDER: ___________________________________________________ DATE:_______________________ Return completed application with deposit (includes non-refundable $25 application fee) to: Lehman College Continuing Education, Carman 129, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468 FEE DUE DATES for FULL-DAY PROGRAMS: FEE DUE DATES for HALF-DAY PROGRAMS: July Full-day: June 5: deposit due: A-1/$250. July Half-day: June 5: deposit due: $100. June 26: balance due: A-1/$1100. June 26: balance due: A-2/$635, A-3/$535, B/$515 C/$495 August Full-day: July 12: deposit due: D-1/$50.* August Half-day: July 12: deposit due: $50.* July 24: balance due: D-1/$615. July 24: balance due: D-2/$295, D-3/$275, E/$275, F/$285 *$25 off August program for student also enrolled in July program. OFFICE USE ONLY: REQUIRED ORIENTATION DATES**: July Program Orientations: Wed., June 23, 6:30 pm or Sat. June 26, 10:30 am DEP REC’D:__________________________ August Program Orientations: Wed., July 21, 6:30 pm or Sat., July 24, 10:30 am STUDENT ID: **If you register your child(ren) for both July & Aug. Programs, attend 6/23 OR 6/26 Orientation ONLY. For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 19 On-Line Classes LEARN FROM THE COMFORT OF HOME OVER 250 ED2GO ON-LINE COURSES • Art, History, Psychology, & Literature • Law & Legal Careers • Business Administration • Math, Philosophy & Science • Courses for Teaching Professionals • Personal Finance & Wealth Building • Database Management & Programming • Sales & Marketing • Entertainment Industry • The Internet • Grant Writing & Nonproﬁt Management • Web & Computer Programming • Health Care Continuing Education • Writing & Publishing & much more... For courses, descriptions and a full listing of over 250 on-line courses visit www.ed2go.com/lehmance. Tuition for most classes is $115 (registration fee not in- cluded). Six-week, twelve-session classes begin on Wednesdays; spring classes begin: May 19, June 16, July 21 August 18, September 15, 2010. Students take part in on-line discussions and receive live instructor support. Certiﬁcates are awarded (website downloaded) 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. Stu- dents must drop in writing by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the third on-line session. For more information or to register, visit: www.ed2go.com/lehmance AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (AMA) FLEXSTUDY COURSES • Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager’s Guide To Safe Hiring, Managing & Firing Practices • Fundamentals for Budgeting for Nonﬁnancial Managers • How to Write a Marketing Plan • How to Manage your Priorities • Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace • How to Plan and Manage your Company Budget • Keeping Customers for Life • How to Prepare a Financial Forecast • Leadership Skills for Managers Tuition for the classes is $95 (registration fee not included). Classes are self-paced; start at any time and ﬁnish within a 3 month period. Certiﬁcates are awarded to students who successfully complete their courses. REFUND POLICY FOR ﬂexstudy AMA COURSE: A 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to ﬁrst login to the course(s). Students must drop in writing by emailing email@example.com prior to the ﬁrst login to the course(s). For more information or to register, visit: www.ﬂexstudy.com/lehmance NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT & PROJECT MANAGEMENT MINDEDGE COURSES Non-Proﬁt Management Courses/Certiﬁcate On-Line Courses are available for Certiﬁed Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) International Continuing Education Points and combine interactive exercises, real world ex- amples, web-references, audio/video and focused readings to help learners quickly retain knowledge.Students can either register for courses individually, or register for the entire suite to earn a Certiﬁcate in Non-Proﬁt Management and to save. Individual courses range from $70-$150. Refer to website www.execlearn.com/ programs/lehman.php for more information. PMP® Project Management Courses/Certiﬁcate On-Line These comprehensive PMBOK® based courses are in an easy to learn, self-paced learning format and are ideally suited for busy professionals looking for a conve- nient and affordable way to train and prepare for the PMP® Exam, or just earn PDUs to maintain PMP® certiﬁcation. Each course combines text, graphics, interac- tive exercises, case studies and practice exams and are available for 3.5 to 38 Professional Development Units (PDUs). Individual courses range from $70-$150. Refer to website for more information. REFUND POLICY FOR MindEdge COURSES:You may request a refund (minus 10% cancellation fee) up to 5 days from the start date. No refunds will be issued after 5 days from the start date (date of purchase). Refer to website www.execlearn.com/programs/lehman.php for more information. MUSIC INDUSTRY EDUCATORS COURSES •Audio Technology • Music Business • Musicianship For more information and to register, visit: www.mu-ed.com/Lehmance. To speak to a program advisor, call 888-899-7347. REFUND POLICY FOR MUSIC INDUSTRY EDUCATORS COURSES: A 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to ﬁrst login to the course(s). Students must drop in writing by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the ﬁrst login to the course(s). 20 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus It’s YOUR Turn NOW! Adult Degree Program The Adult Degree Program is a bachelor’s degree program designed to meet the special needs of adults with family and work responsibilities. It is open to individuals 25 years of age or older who have not been enrolled in school for at least ﬁve years and have not earned more than 60 college credits. ► Evening and Weekend Classes ► Flexible Scheduling & On-Line Courses ► Credit for Life Experience ► Credit for U.S. Military Service ► Affordable Education ► Individualized Majors ► Distinguished Faculty ► Financial Aid for Part & Full-Time ► Personal Attention and Advising ► Tutoring Services ► Professional Degrees for Professional Careers ►FOR MORE INFORMATION AND APPLICATION ● Attend ADP OPEN HOUSE on Wednesday, June 30, 5-7:30 pm ● Call (718) 960-8666 ● Visit our website at www.lehman.edu/adultdegree for details. ● Come to Carman Hall, Room 128 on Mon-Thur, 9 am-6 pm and Fri., 9 am-4 pm (note: closed Fri. June 25-August 13) ►IMPORTANT DATE Applications for fall 2010 must be submitted by Monday, July 12, 2010. ADULT DEGREE OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, June 30, 5-7:30 pm at Lehman College, Carman Hall, 128 1st ﬂoor For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 21 A FALL AT A GLANCE Registration Info s Some of the exciting programs Registration Policy Full payment (tuition and fees) is required at the time coming this fall: of registration, prior to attending class(es). It’s Easy to Register! Payment by credit card (MasterCard or Visa only) ac- cepted for class tuition $35 and above. BUSINESS By Computer: Don’t wait in line--sign up on-line! SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Visit www.lehman.edu/ce to see course descriptions, IRS ENROLLED AGENT PREPARATION PROGRAM register and to check for the class updates. By Phone: Call (718) 960-8512 during ofﬁce hours (listed on page 2). By FAX: Fax completed registration form to (718) COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 733-3254. Credit card registration only (MasterCard PROFESSIONAL VIDEO PRODUCTION WITH FINAL CUT PRO or VISA). By Mail: Send completed registration form with WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT check, money order or MasterCard/VISA information to: Lehman College, Ofﬁce of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468. Make check or money order payable to “Lehman Col- ALLIED HEALTH lege.” MEDICAL BILLER INTERNSHIP In Person: Lehman College, Ofﬁce of Continuing Education, Carman Hall, Room 129 or CUNY on OPHTHALMIC ASSISTANT the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, during ofﬁce hours listed on page 2. NO CASH PAYMENTS ACCEPTED. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE (GISc) Note: Students registering by phone, mail or fax will be sent a tuition receipt. All other students should pick To register for fall 2010 classes, please submit your application to the Admis- up receipts at the location at which they registered, sions Ofﬁce no later than July 29, 2010.For further information, please con- Lehman College or CUNY on the Concourse. Room location: If is not available at the time of reg- tact: GISc Program Director, Dr. Juliana Maantay, juliana.maantay@lehman. istration, students must call (718) 960-8512 during cuny.edu or visit www.lehman.cuny.edu/deannss/geography regular business hours prior to the ﬁrst class meeting. Rooms are posted outside ofﬁce. In the event a course is cancelled, we attempt to notify students; however, students are advised to verify the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT status of courses by calling (718) 960-8512 no earlier than 24 hours prior to the ﬁrst class meeting. CORPORATE EVENT PLANNER CERTIFICATE Fees (Non-Refundable) FUNDAMENTAL PAYROLL CERTIFICATION PREP $20 Registration Fee (payable each semester) CERTIFIED PAYROLL PROFESSIONAL $ 4 Transcript or Certiﬁcate fee $25 Application for certiﬁcate programs FAMILY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND CREDENTIALING $16.25 Returned Checks TRAVEL AND TOURISM $5 Replacement of lost Real Estate cert. $10 Replacement of lost CUNYCard $ 3 Replacement of lost tuition receipt PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE Discounts Discounts are given toward the tuition of one course IRS ENROLLED AGENT PREPARATION PROGRAM per semester on a space available basis. Discounts are MANAGEMENT OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES given on tuition only. Registrants must provide I.D. proof. There are no discounts given on courses $100 or less. Note: only one discount may be applied. To apply discounts, call (718)960-8512. AND MORE.... 15% Senior citizens (62 years and older) 10% Lehman College current degree students and 1 child VISIT www.lehman.edu/ce often for updates! 25% CUNY employees 50% Lehman College employees 15% Children of Lehman College employees $10 Discount A for child(ren) registered in 2 classes by 6/19/10 for July programs. $20 Discount B for 2+ child(ren) registered in Full or Half-Day summer programs. 22 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus On-site Course Refunds Requests for refunds must Lehman College Photo I.D.s There is no fee for Parking stickers may be purchased in person in Shus- be made in writing and received before the date of the CUNYCard (Lehman photo I.D.) unless it is lost ter Hall, Room 078, Monday-Friday, 9 am-4:45 pm ($10 fee). (closed Fri., 6/25-8/13) and, when College degree the ﬁrst class for 100% refunds and before the sec- classes are in session, on Tuesdays, 5-6:30 pm in ond class for 50% refunds. The following students MUST have this photo I.D.: Shuster Hall, Bursar Ofﬁce, Room 031. 100% refund if course is cancelled by the College • Students enrolled in Computer Information Tech- 100% refund, less the registration fee, prior to the nology, keyboarding and word processing courses in Mail-in requests for parking stickers require a copy the IT Center. of the Continuing Education registration receipt, ﬁrst class meeting • Children and teens enrolled in computer classes in vehicle information including license plate number 50% refund, less the registration fee, prior to the the IT Center. and make/year/color of car, the $20 fee, plus a self- second class meeting • Students, both adults and children, enrolled in addressed stamped envelope. Mail requests to: No refunds after the second class meeting. There are classes held in the Athletic and Physical Education Complex (The APEX). Lehman College, Shuster Hall, Room 078 no refunds after the start of classes for courses of • Students who plan to use the library or Information Parking Sticker Request less than four weeks duration. Refunds are made by Technology facilities. 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West credit card or check, depending on form of payment Bronx, New York 10468-1589 used for registration. Note: The refund process may CUNYCards must be validated each semester. The schedule to obtain the CUNYCard is available on- CUNY on the Concourse Parking take up to 8 weeks. line at www.lehman.edu or in the Ofﬁce of Continu- • Street parking, both metered and non-metered, may ing Education or call Public Safety at (718) 960- be available within close walking distance to CUNY Online Course Refunds CAP01 and VPW01 8593. Bring current registration receipt and photo on the Concourse. Workshops are non-refundable. For other online I.D. to old Gym 002. • Fee-based parking facilities are available directly courses, see page 20 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce Students enrolled in classes only at CUNY on behind CUNY on the Concourse at Ultra Car Park for full details. the Concourse do not need a CUNYCard. Students on Creston Avenue and slightly further at the Mu- must have their receipt and photo I.D. to enter. nicipal Parking Garage at Jerome Avenue and 190th Financial Assistance See page 2 or visit www. Street. For current rates call: Ultra Car Park (718) Textbooks For classes at Lehman College, textbooks 364-0195; Jerome-190th Street Municipal Garage lehman.edu/ce for more information. may be purchased at the Lehman College Bookstore, (718) 329-1186. Goulden Avenue, Gate 2, (718) 295-0800. Course Substitutions for Certiﬁcate Program Courses Course substitutions need permission of Bookstore Hours: Mondays-Thursdays, 8:45 am-5 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS pm and Fridays, 8:45 am-3 pm (until June 18). For the program coordinator(s). Students must complete extended hours and Saturday openings during regis- To earn a certiﬁcate, students must apply for and be a Waiver of Course form available in the Ofﬁce of tration, contact the bookstore directly. accepted into a program and successfully complete Continuing Education or at www.lehman.edu/ce. program requirements. Students must have a high Textbooks can be purchased online at www.posman- school diploma or GED to be admitted. Please refer collegiate.com/posman/. Follow the prompts. When to speciﬁc program as some require additional edu- Grades and Transcripts Grades - Grade reports asked to choose a department, select CEP, the book- cation or degrees. Basic computer skills are recom- are mailed at the conclusion of each semester. store code for Continuing Education. mended. To apply: Transcripts - Students should complete a Transcript Request form. Include $4 (check or money order). For classes at CUNY on the Concourse, textbooks 1. Request a Certiﬁcate Program Application form may be purchased onsite during posted hours the by calling (718) 960-8512 or visiting our website at Call (718) 960-8512 or write: Lehman College, ﬁrst two weeks of the semester and thereafter at http://www.lehman.edu/ce. Ofﬁce of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park the Lehman College Bookstore. Book purchases at 2. Forward a photocopy of high school diploma or Blvd. West, Bronx, N.Y. 10468. CUNY on the Concourse are by check, money order, GED or ofﬁcial copy of proof of highest level of edu- or credit card only. cation attained or transcript of continuing education courses. Certiﬁcate Requests Students satisfactorily com- Notice The college reserves the right to cancel 3. Mail form with a $25 check or money order pay- pleting a Continuing Education Course* or Pro- courses, adjust curricula and hours, close facilities, able to “Lehman College” to Maryann Drago-Dowl- gram* may request a Certiﬁcate. Address all requests substitute instructors, change locations, substitute ing, Registrar, Lehman College, Ofﬁce of Continu- to: Lehman College, Ofﬁce of Continuing Education, equipment or limit enrollment without notice. For ing Education, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, the latest course and schedule information, please Bronx, NY 10468-1589. 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, N.Y. 10468. call (718)960-8512 or visit www.lehman.edu/ce. Include $4 (check or money order). *Exceptions: Those planning to complete a certiﬁcate program No fee required for Pharmacy Technician, Medical Lehman College Parking may enroll in a maximum of two courses without be- Ofﬁce Admin. Assistant, Dental Assistant, Creden- Metered Parking: Parking at meters may be available ing formally admitted. Certiﬁcate requirements are on Goulden Avenue and on Bedford Park Boulevard those in effect at the time a student’s application is tialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor West. accepted. (CASAC) courses, English as a Second Language Institute courses, and children’s courses. Parking Stickers: Parking is available on Goulden STUDENTS MAY REGISTER FOR INDIVIDUAL Avenue in the North Lot, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m- COURSES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 6:30 p.m. After 6:30 p.m. parking is available in the Continuing Education Units A CEU represents South Lot. Both lots are open on weekends. a nationally recognized instrument for document- CODE OF CONDUCT ing participation in non-credit programs. One CEU The summer 2010 parking sticker costs $20 (check equals 10 hours of class participation. Continuing or money order payable to Lehman College) and re- Students should refer to the Lehman College Student quires a Continuing Education registration receipt. Handbook online at www.lehman.edu. education credits may not be transferred to a degree- bearing program. For detailed course descriptions or to register, visit: www.lehman.edu/ce or call 718-960-8512 23 Lehman Campus Bedford Park Blvd. West APEX and pool near Gate 7 Reservoir Bdg. or HS American Studies across street - Gate 6 Fine Arts Bldg. near Gate 4 Old Gym Bldg. Carman Hall Gate 2 entrance: Continuing Ed. 129 Adult Degree 128 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Carman Hall, Room 129 (near Gate 2 on Goulden Avenue) Getting to Lehman College By Bus: Bronx: #1, #2, #9, #10, By Train: IRT 4 or IND “D” or “B” By Car: Major Deegan Expressway #22, #25, #26, #32; Bronx/Man- to Bedford Park Boulevard. Metro (I-87) to Van Cortlandt Park South hattan #4A or #4B express to Bed- North’s Harlem line to Botanical Gar- exit; Bronx River Parkway or Saw Mill ford Park Boulevard; Westchester: dens station then Bronx bus #25 or (Henry Hudson) Parkway to Mosholu #20, #20X, #4. #26 to College; or Fordham station Parkway exit. then Bronx bus #9 to Jerome Ave- nue or #22 to Goulden Avenue. CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse near corner of Fordham Road, 3rd Floor Getting to CUNY on the Concourse 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. 24 COTC: CUNY on the Concourse LEHC: Lehman College Campus