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									                                              New York Business Institute

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                                                                                           Accreditation, Approvals and Memberships .......................................................................... 0
                                                                                           NYBI Advantage .................................................................................................................... 1
                                                                                           MOS 2010 .............................................................................................................................. 2
                                                                                           A+ PC Technician 2009 ......................................................................................................... 3
                                                                                           Network+ 2009....................................................................................................................... 4
                                                                                           MCITP: Server Administrator (MCSA) ................................................................................... 5
                                                                                           MCITP: Enterprise Administrator (MCSE) ............................................................................. 6
                                                                                           MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator......................................................................... 7
                                                                                           CCNA ..................................................................................................................................... 8
                                                                                           CCNP ..................................................................................................................................... 9
                                                                                           CCNP Voice ......................................................................................................................... 10
                                                                                           Oracle DBA (Database Administrator) – OCA, OCP ........................................................... 11
                                                                                           CIT1 - IT Administrator Program .......................................................................................... 12
                                                                                           CIT2 - IT Engineer Program ................................................................................................ 13
                                                                                           CIT3 - Linux and Exchange Program .................................................................................. 14
                                                                                           WD1 - Web Design Program ............................................................................................... 15
                                                                                           WD2 - Advanced Web Design Program .............................................................................. 16
                                                                                           Schedule – Evenings and Weekends .................................................................................. 17
                                                                                           Schedule – Full-time ............................................................................................................ 18




                                                                            www.nybi.org
                                                                                           Tuition .................................................................................................................................. 19
                                                                                           Financial Aid / Unemployment Training ............................................................................... 20
                                                                                           International Students .......................................................................................................... 21
                                                                                           Policies ........................................................................................................................ 22 – 24
                                                                                           about New York Business Institute ...................................................................................... 25



                                                                                           Accreditation, Approvals and Memberships
 WCC – ITA vouchers acceptable – See page 20
 Exam Discounts available – See page 1                                                    
                                                                                           
                                                                                               Registered by the New York State Education Department
                                                                                               Authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students
 Issue I-20 – See page 21                                                                    Microsoft Certified Partner
                                                                                              Oracle WDP (Workforce Development Program) Member
                                                                                              Accepts ITA, WCC and GI Bill.
                                                                                              VESID Approved Training Provider
                                                                                              Virtual University Enterprise (VUE) Authorized Testing Center
                                                                                              Authorized Prometric Testing Center (APTC)
                                                                                              Member of Computing Technology Industries Association (CompTIA)

                                                                                           Documents describing the School’s licensure are available for review to any prospective or current
                                                                                           student when requested from the School’s Director.




                                                                                                                                                       2011 Catalog                   Volume 0811b                   08/08/2011
       Licensed by New York State Education Department
01 NYBI Advantage                                                                                            02 MOS 2010
NYBI Advantage                                         Job Placement Service                                 This course covers the basic skills required to operate a computer as a business worker and also,
                                                                                                             prepares you for the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams.
 NY State licensed instructors with industry          We provide job placement service for our
  and teaching experience.                             graduates their entire careers. We specialize in      Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification credential tells the
 Small classes with more than one computer            placing candidates with business firms in the         world you have demonstrated proficiency in the newest standard of the
  for each student.                                    New York area. Our relationship with them             world's foremost desktop computing applications.           Microsoft
 Free extensive use of the Computer Lab               makes us uniquely able to serve our students’         certifications (based on globally recognized standards) demonstrate
  assisted by full-time MCTS / MCSE / Linux+           placement needs. It is our hope at NYBI that our      your computing skills and help advance your career prospects in a
  / A+ / N+ engineers, up to six months after          graduates will rely on us for assistance in any       competitive job market.
  the course.                                          aspect of their professional career.           Our
                                                                                                             MOS 2010 is primarily for office workers who use Microsoft Office 2010 programs as well as
 In-house Job placement: Our placement                comprehensive job placement service includes
                                                       career counseling, resume writing, and interview      Windows Vista as a vital part of their job functions.
  consultants refer you to entry-level job openings.
 Located near Grand Central Terminal.                 skills, which we feel are an important and unique
 Students may retake courses for FREE if              aspect of our service. We are experienced in the      Course Outline
  they do not pass their certification exam(s).        art of job hunting and can teach the intricacies of
  Offer is subject to availability of seats and        interviewing. These skills last a lifetime and are    Using Microsoft          10 hours            Creating and Customizing Documents
                                                       what enable our students to be better candidates.
  upon approval. (International students: until                                                              Office Word 2010                             Formatting Content
                                                       At NYBI we are investing in the future of our
  your visa expires.)                                                                                                                                     Working with Visual Content
 All classrooms are equipped with 17-inch             students. While placement service may be
                                                                                                                                                          Organizing Content
                                                       provided to our graduates for their entire career,
  LCD flat-screen monitors and a 3Mb/3Mb b
                                                       the school cannot promise or guarantee                                                             Reviewing Documents
  dedicated Internet connection.
                                                       employment to any student or graduate.                                                             Sharing and Securing Content
 24 hours / 7 days a week web-server service
  and Internet student support.
 Authorized Testing Center                            Exam Discounts                                        Using Microsoft          10 hours            Creating and Manipulating Data
 Exam Discounts                                                                                             Office Excel 2010                            2. Formatting Data and Content
                                                       NYBI is one of the largest VUE and Prometric                                                    
 Classrooms and a testing center provide equal                                                                                                            3. Creating and Modifying Formulas
                                                       authorized testing centers in the United States.                                                   Presenting Data Visually
  access for wheelchair and other handicapped
                                                       Our 8 testing booths are equipped with height-
  traffic.                                                                                                                                                Collaborating and Securing Data
                                                       adjustable ergonomic chairs, large desks, 17 inch
 Authorized under Federal law to enroll
                                                       LCD flat-screen monitors, in a clean quiet
  nonimmigrant alien students.
                                                       environment. Our testing staff are very               Using Microsoft          10 hours            Creating and Formatting Presentations
                                                       courteous, knowledgeable, and professional.           Office PowerPoint                            Creating and Formatting Slide Content
Computer Lab                                           Since we administer a large volume of exams,          2010                                         Working with Visual Content
                                                       we are able to offer the exams at a discount.                                                      Collaborating on and Delivering Presentations
All IT exams require a deep knowledge of PC
Hardware, Operating Systems, Servers, and              Vendor           Original Our         You
Applications. It is difficult to understand these                       Price      Price Save                Total                    30 hours
concepts without hands-on experience. Our              Microsoft        $150       $145      $5
state-of-the-art Computer Lab is equipped with         MOS 2003         $125       $95       $30
the latest networking environment.          It is                                                            This course prepares the student for the following exams:
                                                       MOS 2007/2010 $125          $110      $15             77-881: Microsoft Office Word 2010
available free of charge to all students until six     A+/Linux+        $173       $160      $13
months after completion of the course. The                                                                   77-882: Microsoft Office Excel 2010
                                                       Network+         $246       $230      $16             77-883: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010
Computer Lab is an independent network, and            Oracle*          $195       $146.25 $48.75
we encourage students to take full advantage of                * All other exams are offered at MSRP.
this test environment to try out what is covered                                                             Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED.
                                                                   *Oracle: NYBI DBA students only
in class. The lab is also equipped with computer
based training software and practice tests that                                                              Occupational Goal: To become a Microsoft Office Specialist .
                                                     1. Just walk in with two forms of ID and you
simulate exams. Lab hours are as follows:               can take your examination immediately.               Tuition: $449.00
                                                     2. We accept cash or credit card as a payment
Monday – Thursday       9:00 A.M. - 9:30 P.M.           method.
Friday                  9:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.        3. At the end of the exam, you will receive your
Saturday                9:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.           result and score.
Sunday                  Closed                       4. Once you have completed your exam, your
                                                        exam information will be sent to the vender.
                                                     5. If you are an MCP, bring your MCP ID card.
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03 A+ PC Technician 2009                                                                       04 Network+ 2009
To become A+ certified, you have to pass two exams: 220-701 A+ Essentials Exam and 220-702     NYBI’s Original Network+ course serves as a general introduction to networking including local
Practical Application offered by CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association)            and wide area network technology. This course prepares you for the CompTIA Network+
                                                                                               Certification Exam.
NYBI Advantage:
  More than 1 PC for each student.                                                                             Session 1                                           Session 2
  Hands-on Training including extensive lab exercises.                                                      Network Design                           Cabling and Network Interface Card
  600 sample questions and answers that simulate real exams.                                  ·Two Major Types of Networks                         ·Cabling -UTP, STP, Coaxial, Fiber-optic,
                                                                                               ·Security Models                                     Wireless
              Session 1                                           Session 2                    ·Topology -Star, Bus, Ring and Mesh                  ·Network Interface Card
Personal Computer Components                       Storage Devices, Ports & Interfaces and     ·Architecture – Ethernet vs. Token Ring
Motherboard, Buses, CPUs, Memories,                computer Configuration                      Lab 1: Peer-to-Peer Network w/ Share-                Lab 2: Client/Server Network w/Share or
and BIOS/CMOS                                                                                  level security.                                      User -level security.
                                                   Lab 2:    Installing, configuring, and
Lab 1: Computer Assembly/Disassembly               troubleshooting a new hard drive
                                                                                                              Session 3                                            Session 4
                                                                                                         Networking Devices                           Networking Protocols and OSI Model
                                                                                               ·Hub, Repeater, Bridge, Switch, Router,              ·NetBEUI, IPX/SPX, TCP/IP and Other
               Session 3                                         Session 4                     Brouter, and Gateway                                 ·OSI Model – 7 Layers
Upgrading / Repairing and Portable                 Network Systems                                                                                  ·IEEE 802 Standard, NDIS and ODI
Computers                                                                                      Lab 3: Client/Server Network in NT
                                                   Lab 4:    Network configuration, Internet   environment                                          Lab 4: Installing and configuring TCP/IP
Lab 3:    Installing, Configuring, and             connectivity, and computer hardware
troubleshooting printers, video, audios            troubleshooting

                                                                                                              Session 5                                              Session 6
                                                                                                                TCP/IP                                            Internetworking
               Session 5                                         Session 6                     ·Subnetting and Routing                              ·HTTP, FTP, Telnet, SMTP, POP3
Operating System Fundamentals                      Windows XP to Windows 7                     ·Name Resolution                                     Protocols
                                                                                               ·Commands and Utilities                              ·Ports
Lab 5:    Using the Control Panel,                 Lab 6:    Installing Windows XP, using a                                                         ·Firewalls, Proxy Servers, VPN, VLAN
configuring the Windows Interface, and             Startup Disk and the Startup Menu           Lab 5: TCP/IP commands and Utilities
using DOS commands                                                                                                                                  Lab 6: IP Routing


                                                                                                              Session 7                                             Session 8
               Session 7                                            Session 8                  RAS, WAN and NetBIOS Naming Scheme                       Network Problem Prevention and
Managing and Maintaining the Windows               Security, Safety, Environmental Issues      ·RAS - Modem, Connections, Software,                             Troubleshooting
Operating System                                   and Communication & Professionalism         Protocols and Securities.                            ·Account and Security Management.
                                                                                               ·WAN Links, WAN Technologies.                        ·Disaster Prevention: Backup, UPS and
Lab 7:    Using Windows system tools,              Lab 8:    Troubleshooting using             ·NetBIOS Naming Scheme                               RAID.
data backup, optimizing performance, and           resources on the Web. Restoring the         Lab 7: Configuring RAS clients and                   ·Monitoring and diagnosing Networks
troubleshooting resources on the Web               Registry.                                   Servers                                              Lab 8: Windows NT Server Tools


                             Total 30 hours (4 weeks) $449                                                                  Total 30 hours (4 weeks) $499

This course prepares the student for the following exams:                                      This course prepares the student for the following exams:
220-701: CompTIA A+ Essentials                                                                 N10-004: CompTIA Network+
220-702: CompTIA A+ Practical Application
                                                                                               Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and A+ Certification or a minimum of 12 month of
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and Entrance test, or 2 months work experience.       professional computer support experience.

Occupational Goal: To become a CompTIA A+ Certified Technician.                                Occupational Goal: To become a CompTIA Network+ Certified.

Tuition: $449.00                                                                               Tuition: $499.00
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05 MCITP Server Administrator (MCSA)                                                                 06 MCITP: Enterprise Administrator (MCSE)
The Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator is a mid-level certification   The enterprise administrator is responsible for the overall IT environment and architecture. He/she
that covers skills required to manage Windows Server 2008 operating system and network               translates business goals into technology decisions and designs mid-range to long-term strategies.
environment. After completion of required exams, you will also become a Microsoft Certified
Technology Specialist (MCTS): Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration and MCTS:           NYBI’s MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Training Program also includes MCITP: Server
Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration.                                            Administrator Certification topics. The course provides students many hands-on lab exercises.
                                                                                                     Utilizing Microsoft Virtual PC and Virtual Server (Hyper-V) students can manipulate multiple
NYBI’s MCITP: SA course provides students many hands-on lab exercises. Utilizing Microsoft           servers and clients simultaneously.
Virtual PC and Virtual Server (Hyper-V) students can manipulate multiple servers and clients
simultaneously.                                                                                      Course Outline
                                                                                                     Configuring Windows Server
Course Outline                                                                                       2008 Active Directory
Configuring         3 weeks      Focusing on Active Directory in Windows Server 2008, this unit                                                                7 weeks (49 hrs)
Windows             (21 hrs)     covers configuring, managing, and supporting user and computer      Configuring Windows Server
Server 2008                      accounts, groups, Domain Name System zones and client settings;     2008 Network Infrastructure
                                                                                                                                            Refer to Page 5: MCITP: Server Administrator (MCSA)
Active                           group policy objects; the new Active Directory Lightweight          Windows Server 2008
Directory                        Directory Service and Active Directory Rights Management            Administration
                                 Service; backup and recovery; and communication security.
                                                                                                     Configuring          2 weeks     Focusing on Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure
Configuring         3 weeks      Focusing on Windows Server 2008 networking, this unit covers        Windows              (14 hrs)    technologies, this unit covers Terminal Services, Web Services
Windows             (21 hrs)     configuring remote access, Network Access Protection (NAP),         Server 2008                      infrastructure and security, Media Server, Microsoft Windows
Server 2008                      network authentication, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, and Domain        Applications                     SharePoint Services server options, File Server, Print Services,
Network                          Name System (DNS) replication; capturing performance data and       Infrastructure                   network maintenance, and Simple Network Management Protocol.
Infrastructure                   monitoring event logs; and managing file and print services.
                                                                                                     Configuring          2 weeks     Focusing on Windows 7 client, this unit covers:
Windows        1 weeks           Focusing on Windows Server 2008 administration, this unit           Windows 7            (14 hrs)    - Install, upgrade, migrate, deploy Windows 7
Server 2008    (7 hrs)           covers planning server roles; maintaining server security;                                           - Configure hardware and applications
Administration                   planning data storage, network load balancing, and server                                            - Set up and troubleshoot network connections
                                 backups; managing software deployment and versioning;                                                - Configure access to resources
                                 monitoring IPv6, server performance and capacity, and Active                                         - Mobile computing
                                 Directory replication; scheduling server deployments; and                                            - Monitoring and maintaining
                                 designing a rollback contingency plan.                                                               - Backup and recovery
Total               7 weeks      49 hours                                                            Windows        2 weeks           Focusing on Windows Server 2008 enterprise administration,
                                                                                                     Server 2008    (14 hrs)          topics include planning networks and application services;
This course prepares the student for the following exams:                                            Enterprise                       designing core identity and access management components;
70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring                                        Administration                   planning for migrating, upgrading, and restructuring domains and
70-642: TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring                                                                   forests; implementing PKI; and designing virtualization strategy.
70-646: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
                                                                                                     Total                13 weeks    91 hours
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and Network+ or equivalent level of knowledge.
                                                                                                     This course prepares the student for the following exams:
Occupational Goal: To become a Windows server administrator, system administrator,                   70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
monitoring operator or network administrator.                                                        70-642: TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
                                                                                                     70-646: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
Tuition: $1699.00                                                                                    70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuring
                                                                                                     70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring
                                                                                                     70-647: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator

                                                                                                     Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and Network+ or equivalent level of knowledge.

                                                                                                     Occupational Goal: To become an enterprise systems administrator, IT systems manager,
                                                                                                     enterprise security administrator, systems architect, network administrator.

                                                                                                     Tuition: $2,499.00


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07 MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Admin                                                                    08 CCNA
Objective                                                                                               CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification course covers how to install, configure,
This course prepares you for Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Messaging                  troubleshoot and operate simple-routed LAN, routed WAN and switched LAN and LAN networks
Administrator certification. This certification validates the knowledge and skills associated with      on Cisco Routers. The course including lectures, discussions, exercises and labs will give you the
performing as the lead engineer for messaging solutions within an enterprise organization, as well as   hands-on experience you need to configure and maintain Cisco routers in the real world.
the ability to design and deploy messaging solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.               This course prepares an individual for the Exam # 640-802: Cisco Certified Network Associates.

                    MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator                                                                         CCNA Routing and Switching

                Session 1                                          Session 2                                           Session 1                                           Session 2
Introduction and Installation                       Recipients, Rules/Policies, Public Folders                Internetworking with TCP/IP,                     IP Cisco IOS and Security Device
 Preparing for Exchange Installation                Managing Exchange Recipients                              IP Subnetting and VLSMs                                  Manger (SDM)
 Installing Exchange Server                         Exchange Server Rules and Policies                TCP/IP and the DoD Model                           The IOS User Interface
 Exchange Security Infrastructure                   Configuring Public Folders                        Binary, Decimal Hexadecimal                        Command-Line Interface
                                                                                                        IP Addressing, Subnetting and VLSMs                Cisco’s Security Device Manager (SDM)

                                                                                                                       Session 3                                          Session 4
               Session 3                                            Session 4                               Managing a Cisco Internetwork                  IP Routing, Dynamic Routing, RIP, IGRP
Server Roles and Security Infrastructure            Managing and Maintaining the                        Managing Configuration Register                    IP Routing
 Mailbox Server                                    Exchange Organization                               Backing Up and Restoring                           Routing Protocol Basics
 Hub Transport Server                               Exchange Organization                             Using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)               Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
 Client Access Server                               Designing /Planning Messaging Services                                                               Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
 Edge Transport Server/Forefront Security           Defining Policies and Security Procedures
                                                                                                                          Session 5                                       Session 6
                                                                                                                  Enhanced IGRP, OSPF                      Switching and Spanning Tree Protocols
                Session 5                                          Session 6                            Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) Features and Operation       Switching Services
Designing/Planning Messaging Services               Highly Available Solutions and Disaster             Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Basics             Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
 Upgrade to Exchange Server 2010                   Recovery                                                                                               LAN Switch Types
 Migration to Exchange Server 2010                  Highly Available Implementation                                                                      Catalyst 1900/2950 Switches
 Interoperability                                   Backup and Recovery
 Coexistence and Migrations                         Monitoring                                                        Session 7                                          Session 8
                                                                                                                   Virtual LANs (VLANs)                                     Security
                                                                                                        VLAN Memberships                                   Perimeter, Firewall, and Internal Routers
              Session 7                                            Session 8                            Identifying VLANs                                  Standard/Extended/Named Access Lists
Exchange Server Services                            Security and Improvement                            VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)                       Monitoring Access Lists
 Storage Group Deployment                           Antivirus and Antispam                            Routing between VLANs                              Configuring Access Lists Using SDM
 Exchange Server Services                           Security and Compliance
                                                     Improvement and Maintenance                                       Session 9                                         Session 10
                                                                                                             NAT and Wireless Technology                         IPv6 and Wide Area Network
                                                                                                        Types of Network Address Translation               IPv6 Routing Protocols
                             Total 28 hours (4 weeks) $699                                              Configuring NAT on Our Internetwork                Migrating to IPv6
                                                                                                        The 802.11 Standards                               Wide Area Network Basics
This course prepares the student for the following exams:                                               Cisco’s Unified Wireless Solution                  HDLC Protocol, PPP, Frame Relay
70-662: TS: Exchange Server 2010, Configuring
70-663: PRO: Designing and Deploying Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010                                         Total 35 hours (5 weeks) $699

Prerequisites: Prior completion of MCSA / MCITP: SA course/certification or equivalent level of         This course prepares the student for the following exams:
knowledge                                                                                               640-802: Cisco Certified Network Associate

Occupational Goal: To become an Exchange administrator, Windows server administrator,                   Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and Network+ or equivalent level of knowledge.
system administrator, enterprise messaging administrator.
                                                                                                        Occupational Goal: To become a Cisco Certified Network Associate.
Tuition: $699.00
                                                                                                        Tuition: $699.00
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09 CCNP (NEW 2010)                                                                                     10 CCNP Voice
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) validates the ability to plan, implement, verify and       Cisco Certified Voice Professional (CCNP Voice) validates advance knowledge and skills required
troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks and work collaboratively with specialists on      to integrate into underlying network architectures. Furthermore, this certification validates a robust
advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.                                                set of skills in implementing, operating, configuring, and troubleshooting a converged IP network.
NYBI offer the CCNP classes based on the most recent stated exam objectives. We present the            With a CCNP Voice certification, a network professional can help create a telephony solution that is
CCNP curriculum in a unique 2 phase approach.                                                          transparent, scalable, and manageable. The CCNP Voice curriculum focuses on Cisco Unified
Phase 1 learn the technologies: Students will participate in a detailed group discussion. Students     Communications Manager (formerly Unified CallManager), Unified Communication Applications,
will ask questions and take notes while receiving valuable insight.                                    gateways, gatekeepers, IP phones, voice applications, and utilities on Cisco routers and Catalyst
Phase 2 intensive hands on study: Students will configure and master complex switching, routing,       switches.
and troubleshooting scenarios from hands-on exercises.
Using routers and switches running the latest Cisco IOS software, students build the experience and    Course Outline
confidence necessary to pass all three exams, to become CCNP certified.
                                                                                                       Cisco Voice over 3 weeks             Students will gain important knowledge and skills of the
                                                                                                       IP (CVOICE)      (21 hrs)            foundational elements of VOIP calls, and the description of
Course Outline                                                                                                                              dial plans, and the implementation of gateways, gatekeepers
Switching             4 weeks      Students will gain important knowledge and skills necessary to                                           and IP-IP gateways.
                      (30 hrs)     implement scalable multilayer switched networks. This unit
                                   covers topics on network design, implementation, and                Implementing   2.5 weeks Students will gain important knowledge and skills of deploying
                                   verification plans, switch operation and port configuration,        Cisco Unified  (17.5 hrs) a Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support single
                                   VLANs, trunks, and VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP),                    Communications            site and centralized call processing models.
                                   aggregating switch links, Spanning Tree Protocol (STP),             Manager Part 1
                                   multilayer switching , enterprise campus network design, router     (CIPT1)
                                   and supervisor redundancy , IP telephony, wireless LANs and         Implementing   2.5 weeks Students will gain important knowledge and skills of deploying
                                   switched network security                                           Cisco Unified  (17.5 hrs) a Cisco Unified Communications Manager in a multi-site
Routing               4 weeks      Students will gain important knowledge and skills necessary to      Communications            deployment model.
                      (30 hrs)     use advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing              Manager Part 2
                                   scalability for Cisco ISR routers connected to LANs and             (CIPT2)
                                   WANs. This unit covers topics on network design,                    Troubleshooting 2.5 weeks            Students will gain important knowledge and skills necessary to
                                   implementation, and verification plans, EIGRP, OSPF, IGP            Cisco Unified   (17.5 hrs)           troubleshoot Enterprise CallManager, Unity, and IP network
                                   redistribution, policy-based routing and IP service-level           Communications                       deployments. The exam addresses hands-on experience in
                                   agreement (IP SLA), BGP, IPv6, IPv4 and IPv6 coexistence            (TVOICE)                             configuring, deploying, and troubleshooting Unified
                                   and routing over branch Internet connections.                                                            Communications solutions.
Troubleshooting 2 weeks            Students will gain important knowledge and skills necessary to      Integrating    2.5 weeks             Students will gain important knowledge and skills necessary to
                (15 hrs)           troubleshoot and maintain the enterprise network. This unit         Cisco Unified  (17.5 hrs)            integrate the new unified communications applications such as
                                   covers topics on common network maintenance tasks and tools,        Communications                       Cisco Unified Presence, Cisco Unity Express, and Cisco Unity
                                   troubleshooting models, Cisco IOS troubleshooting commands          Applications                         Connection. It describes voice messaging deployment
                                   and features, troubleshooting Cisco Catalyst Switches and           (CAPPS)                              scenarios, Cisco Unified Presence features, and
                                   STP, troubleshooting BGP, OSPF, and EIGRP routing                                                        troubleshooting mechanisms as well as Cisco Unified Presence
                                   protocols, route redistribution, security, and router performance                                        and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator integration options
                                   troubleshooting, IP services and IP communications                                                       with Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
                                   troubleshooting, IPv6 troubleshooting and large enterprise
                                   network troubleshooting.                                            Total                  13 weeks      91 hours
Total                 10 weeks     75 hours
                                                                                                       This course prepares the student for the following exams:
                                                                                                       642-437 CVOICE: Cisco Voice over IP (CVOICE v8.0)
This course prepares the student for the following exams:                                              642-447 CIPT1: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 1 (CIPT1 v8.0)
642-813 SWITCH: Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks                                                642-457 CIPT2: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2 (CIPT2 v8.0)
642-902 ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing                                                           642-427 TVOICE: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications (TVOICE v8.0)
642-832 TSHOOT: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP                                               642-467 CAPPS: Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications (CAPPS v8.0)
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and CCNA or equivalent level of knowledge.                    Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and CCNA or equivalent level of knowledge.
Occupational Goal: To become an Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)                            Occupational Goal: To become a Voice over IP Professional as a CCNP Voice.
Tuition: $2,499.00                                                                                     Tuition: $2,999.00
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11 Oracle DBA (Database Administrator)                                                                   12 CIT1 - IT Administrator Program
Objective                                                                                                Objective
NYBI’s DBA (Database Administrator) course prepares you for the *Oracle 11g Database                     The IT Administrator program covers A+, Network+ and MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT
Administration Certification as well as train you in the skills necessary to administer databases, and   Professional): Server Administrator certification topics.
database servers.                                                                                        Students learn a wide range of hardware, operating systems and networking skills needed to support
                                                                                                         and administer both computer systems and Microsoft Windows 2008 client/server based networks.
                                                                                                         Students gain practical hands-on experience in fully equipped labs as well as the theoretical
                                                                                                         knowledge to prepare to pass the A+, Network+ and MCITP certification exams.
As one of only five WDP (Workforce Development Program) members in New York City, we
adhere to the same teaching standards employed by Oracle University utilizing the official Oracle        Course Outline
curriculum but with an added advantage of offering them at a fraction of the cost (Oracle charges
                                                                                                         A+ PC                3 weeks          Students will learn how to troubleshoot and repair hardware
$6,000 for the Oracle 11g DBA certification course)
                                                                                                         Technician           Instructor-led   problems as well as rebuild a pc from the ground up. In
                                                                                                                              (45 hours)       addition, students will learn how to install, configure and
*Oracle Database 11g Hands-On Course Requirement - Candidates who wish to obtain the
                                                                                                                              Labs             troubleshoot Microsoft Windows 9x/2000/XP/Vista
Oracle Database 11g DBA OCP credential must attend at least one instructor-led inClass course at
                                                                                                                              (9 hours)        operating systems and connect it to a network.
either an Oracle University or WDP member school to qualify for certification. In other words, if
you go to a NON-WDP member school, you will not be able to get certified.                                Network+             2 weeks          Students will learn how to identify the components of a
                                                                                                                              Instructor-led   network and determine the most appropriate network design
Course Outline                                                                                                                (30 hours)       for a given LAN. Students will be able to differentiate
Oracle Database     5 weeks             Students will gain a conceptual understanding of the Oracle                           Labs             between the different networking standards, protocols, and
11g: Administration (35 hours)          database architecture and how its components work and                                 (6 hours)        access methods
Workshop I                              interact with one another. Students will also learn how to       Configuring          2 weeks          This unit covers configuring, managing, and supporting user
                                        create an operational database and properly manage the           Windows              Instructor-led   and computer accounts, groups, Domain Name System zones
                                        various structures in an effective and efficient manner          Server 2008          (30 hours)       and client settings; group policy objects; the new Active
                                        including performance monitoring, database security, user        Active               Labs             Directory Lightweight Directory Service and Active
                                        management, and backup/recovery techniques. The lesson           Directory            (6 hours)        Directory Rights Management Service; backup and recovery;
                                        topics are reinforced with structured hands-on practices.                                              and communication security.
                                                                                                         Configuring          2 weeks          This unit covers configuring remote access, Network Access
Oracle Database     5 weeks             Students will learn how to configure an Oracle database for      Windows              Instructor-led   Protection (NAP), network authentication, IPv4 and IPv6
11g: Administration (35 hours)          multilingual applications. Students will practice various        Server 2008          (30 hours)       addressing, and Domain Name System (DNS) replication;
Workshop II                             methods of recovering the database, using RMAN, SQL,             Network              Labs             capturing performance data and monitoring event logs; and
                                        and Flashback technology. Tools to monitor database              Infrastructure       (6 hours)        managing file and print services.
                                        performance and what steps to take to improve database
                                        performance are also covered in this course. Students will       Windows        2 weeks                This unit covers planning server roles; maintaining server
                                        also learn how to use various database technologies, such        Server 2008    Instructor-led         security; planning data storage, network load balancing, and
                                        as Resource Manager, the Scheduler, and Automatic                Administration (30 hours)             server backups; managing software deployment and
                                        Storage Management (ASM). The lesson topics are                                 Labs                   versioning; monitoring IPv6, server performance and
                                        reinforced with structured hands-on practices and a                             (6 hours)              capacity, and Active Directory replication; scheduling server
                                        workshop.                                                                                              deployments; and designing a rollback contingency plan.
                                                                                                         Certification        Students need to take exams below at the end of each session.
Total                     10 weeks                                                                       Exams                220-701: CompTIA A+ Essentials
                          70 hours                                                                                            220-702: CompTIA A+ Practical Application
                                                                                                                              N10-004: Network+
This course prepares the student for the following exams:                                                                     70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
1Z0-052 Oracle Database 11g: Administration I                                                                                 70-642: TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
1Z0-053 Oracle Database 11g: Administration II                                                                                70-646: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
                                                                                                         Total                11 weeks         Instructor-led:       165 hours
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and basic computer literacy                                                          198 hours        Lab:                  33 hours
                                                                                                                              (18 hrs/wk)
Occupational Goal: To become a database administrator

Tuition: $2,500.00                                                                                       Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and basic computer literacy

                                                                                                         Tuition: $3,900.00
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13 CIT2 - IT Engineer Program                                                                         14 CIT3 - Linux and Exchange Program
Objective                                                                                             Objective
IT Engineer program is an advanced program which covers MCITP: EA (Microsoft Certified IT             The Linux and Exchange Program consists of two different topics. Linux portion covers CompTIA
Professional) and CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification topics. At the end of the    Linux+ certification and Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC) Level 1. Exchange
course students will be able to implement, manage and troubleshoot medium to large size computer      portion covers Microsoft MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator and MCTS: Microsoft
network based on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 platform and Cisco routers and switches.               Exchange Server 2010 - Configuration

Course Outline                                                                                        Course Outline
Configuring           3 weeks          Focusing on Windows Server 2008 Applications                   Linux+ / LPIC 101         4 weeks          Students will learn the basic concepts of Linux
Windows Server        Instruct-led     Infrastructure technologies, this unit covers Terminal                                   Instructor-led   operating system and learn how to install Linux,
2008                  (45 hours)       Services, Web Services infrastructure and security, Media                                (60 hours)       manage files and directories, work effectively with
Applications          Labs             Server, Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services server                                   Labs             files, use text editors, and take advantage of the Linux
Infrastructure        (9 hours)        options, File Server, Print Services, network maintenance,                               (12 hours)       shell. Students also receive an introduction to the
                                       and Simple Network Management Protocol.                                                                   RPM facility, and learn how to use the X-Windows
                                                                                                                                                 system.
Configuring           3 weeks          Focusing on Windows 7 client, this unit covers:
Windows 7             Instructor-led   - Install, upgrade, migrate, deploy Windows 7                  Linux+ / LPIC 102         3 weeks          Students will learn how to manage small to medium
                      (45 hours)       - Configure hardware and applications                                                    Instructor-led   sized site, plan, implement, maintain, keep consistent,
                      Labs             - Set up and troubleshoot network connections                                            (45 hours)       secure, and troubleshoot a mixed (MS, Linux)
                      (9 hours)        - Configure access to resources                                                          Labs             network, including SAMBA, firewall, proxy, mail,
                                       - Mobile computing                                                                       (9 hours)        news, web, FTP server.
                                       - Monitoring and maintaining
                                       - Backup and recovery                                          Configuring Microsoft 2 weeks              Focusing on configuring Exchange Server 2010, this
                                                                                                      Exchange Server       Instructor-led       unit covers topics such as installing, configuring
Windows Server        2 weeks          Focusing on Windows Server 2008 enterprise                     2010                  (30 hours)           recipients, groups, and mailboxes; setting up
2008 Enterprise       Instructor-led   administration, topics include planning networks and                                 Labs                 connectors and message compliance; modifying spam
Administration        (30 hours)       application services; designing core identity and access                             (6 hours)            settings and blocking attachments; monitoring system
                      Labs             management components; planning for migrating,                                                            performance and client connectivity; creating server
                      (6 hours)        upgrading, and restructuring domains and forests;                                                         and usage reports; configuring backups; and
                                       implementing PKI; and designing virtualization strategy.                                                  recovering messaging data and server roles

CCNA                  3 weeks          Students will learn how to install, configure and operate      Designing and             2 weeks          Focusing on designing and deploying messaging
                      Instructor-led   simple-routed LAN, routed WAN and switched LAN                 Deploying Messaging       Instructor-led   solutions with Exchange Server 2010, this unit covers
                      (45 hours)       networks to increase bandwidth, improve response times         Solutions with            (30 hours)       topics such as designing and planning messaging
                      Labs             and enhance reliability and quality of service. In addition,   Microsoft Exchange        Labs             services, server high availability, content filtering,
                      (9 hours)        students will learn techniques that can save employers' time   Server 2010               (6 hours)        security-enhanced messaging, migration and
                                       and money by reducing network downtime, addressing                                                        management strategies, backup and recovery server
                                       network security issues, and ensuring maximum network                                                     role, storage group, antivirus, anti-spam, messaging
                                       performance.                                                                                              compliance, and network layer security
                                                                                                                                                 implementations and patch and service packs
Certification         Students need to take exams below at the end of each session.
Exams                 70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuring        Certification Exams       Students need to take exams below at the end of each session.
                      70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring                                                                        LX0-101: Linux+ 1 or 117-101: LPI Level 1
                      70-647: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator                                                LX0-102: Linux+ 2 or 117-102: LPI Level 1
                      640-802: CCNA                                                                                             070-662: TS: Exchange Server 2010, Configuring
                                                                                                                                070-663: PRO: Exchange Server 2010 Design and Deply
Total                 11 weeks         Instructor-led:       165 hours
                      198 hours        Lab:                  33 hours                                 Total                     11 weeks         Instructor-led:        165 hours
                      (18 hrs/wk)                                                                                               198 hours        Lab:                   33 hours
                                                                                                                                (18 hrs/wk)
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and complete CIT1, or MCITP: SA or equivalent level of
knowledge.                                                                                            Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and complete CIT1, or MCITP: SA or equivalent
                                                                                                      level of knowledge.
Tuition: $3,900.00
                                                                                                      Tuition: $3,900.00


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15 WD1 - Web Design Program                                                                       16 WD2 - Advanced Web Design Program
This course is a full-time web design program which covers all knowledge and skills required to   This full-time course covers web development knowledge and skills necessary for building an
design and maintain a web-site with extensive hands-on exercises.                                 interactive commercial web-site including Actionscript 3.0, PHP, MySQL, Ajax as well as
                                                                                                  E-commerce related tools and securities.
Course Outline
                                                                                                  Course Outline
Design Basics         Instructor-led   html CSS hand-coding, Dreamweaver
                      (55 hours)       The Design Basics module provides a solid foundation for   PHP & MySQL            Instructor-led   Designing Application using PHP and MySQL
                      Labs             web design and development. Topics include the skills                             (90 hours)       The unit concentrates on a thorough and elemental
                      (11 hours)       needed to create and maintain web pages and sites.                                Labs             understanding of PHP coding, Object-Oriented
                                        HTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) hand coding                               (18 hours)       Programming and MySQL structure.
                                        Understand web graphics                                                                           PHP fundamentals and structures
                                        The efficient use of Adobe Dreamweaver                                                            Object oriented programming
                                        Create web pages and publish them to the WWW                                                      MySQL and EMDBS
                                                                                                                                           User Interface
                                                                                                                                           Automation
Graphic Design        Instructor-led   Photoshop, Fireworks, Illustrator                                                                   Content management
                      (55 hours)       Learn to design and create professional quality graphics
                      Labs             for the web or print using Adobe Photoshop. You will
                      (11 hours)       learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to make the graphic       E-Commerce             Instructor-led   Design and build of online business website.
                                       elements and manipulate the digital photo.                                        (30 hours)       Students learn how to design and develop commercial
                                        Effective design of the multimedia projects                                     Labs             web-sites as well as online marketing and promotion
                                        Intermediate/advanced level knowledge and skills of                             (6 hours)        methods.
                                          Adobe Photoshop                                                                                  Building a custom shopping cart
                                        Use of Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Illustrator                                                         Secure transactions
                                                                                                                                           Ajax related technologies
                                                                                                                                           Setting up the store
Multimedia-           Instructor-led   Flash, Animation and Movie
Animation             (55 hours)       Learn to add motion, interactivity and animations to the
                      Labs             web pages using Adobe Flash.                               Advanced Flash         Instructor-led   More flexible and dynamic Flash
                      (11 hours)        Dynamic web pages with Adobe Flash                                              (45 hours)       Actionscripting, animation, and application design in the
                                        Interactive Animation with Actionscript                                         Labs             Flash environment.
                                                                                                                         (9 hours)         Actionscript structure
                                                                                                                                           Abstraction, Math, Physics in Flash
Total                 11 weeks         Instructor-led:      165 hours
                                                                                                                                           3D
                      198 hours        Lab:                 33 hours
                      (18 hrs/wk)
                                                                                                  Total                  11 weeks         Instructor-led:       165 hours
Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and basic computer literacy                                                     198 hours        Lab:                  33 hours
                                                                                                                         (18 hrs/wk)
Occupational Goal: To become a web designer.
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: High School Diploma/ GED, and complete WD1 - Web Design Program or
Tuition: $3,900.00                                                                                equivalent level of knowledge

                                                                                                  Occupational Goal: To become a web designer, web developer

                                                                                                  Tuition: $3,900.00




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17 Schedule – Evenings and Weekends                                                  18 Schedule – Fulltime
MOS 2010 Training     Program                                                        CIT1 - IT Administrator Course (A+, Network+, MCITP: SA)
Course ID Starts       Ends       Weeks         Day(s)        Hours                  Course ID Starts     Ends      Weeks    Day(s)        Hours
O3084M    08/22/11     09/19/11   4             Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    63101D     10/03/11  12/21/11  11       Mon. - Fri.   09:30 am - 12:30 pm
O3096T    09/06/11     09/29/11   4             Tue. & Thu.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    64011D     01/09/12  03/27/12  11       Mon. - Fri.   01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
O3105M    10/31/11     11/28/11   4             Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    64041D     04/02/12  06/18/12  11       Mon. - Fri.   09:30 am - 12:30 pm
                                                                                     64071D     07/02/12  09/18/12  11       Mon. - Fri.   01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
A+ PC Technician Training Program
Course ID Starts   Ends      Weeks              Day(s)        Hours                  CIT2 - IT Engineer Course (MCITP: EA, CCNA)
23084A    08/27/11 09/24/11  4                  Saturday      09:30 am - 05:30 pm    Course ID Starts     Ends     Weeks    Day(s)                               Hours
23094M    09/26/11 10/24/11  4                  Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    73101D     10/03/11  12/21/11 11       Mon. - Fri.                          01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
23111A    11/05/11 12/03/11  4                  Saturday      09:30 am - 05:30 pm    74011D     01/09/12  03/27/12 11       Mon. - Fri.                          09:30 am - 12:30 pm
                                                                                     74041D     04/02/12  06/18/12 11       Mon. - Fri.                          01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Network+ Training Program
                                                                                     73071D     07/02/12  09/18/12 11       Mon. - Fri.                          09:30 am - 12:30 pm
Course ID Starts   Ends           Weeks         Day(s)        Hours
43084M    08/22/11 09/19/11       4             Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    CIT3 - IT Linux & Exchange Course (Linux+, LPIC 1, MCITP: EMA)
43101A    10/01/11 10/29/11       4             Saturday      09:30 am - 05:30 pm    Course ID Starts     Ends     Weeks    Day(s)         Hours
43105M    10/31/11 11/28/11       4             Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm    83101D     10/03/11  12/21/11 11       Mon. - Fri.    01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
MCITP: Server Administrator (new MCSA)                                               84011D     01/09/12  03/27/12 11       Mon. - Fri.    01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Course ID Starts   Ends       Weeks  Day(s)                   Hours                  84041D     04/02/12  06/18/12 11       Mon. - Fri.    01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
33082M    08/08/11 09/26/11   7      Mon. & Wed.              06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    83071D     07/02/12  09/18/12 11       Mon. - Fri.    01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
33092T    09/13/11 10/27/11   7      Tue. & Thu.              06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    WD1 - Web Design Course
33103A    10/15/11 12/03/11   7      Saturday                 09:30 am - 05:30 pm    Course ID Starts   Ends                   Weeks         Day(s)              Hours
33111M    11/02/11 12/21/11   7      Mon. & Wed.              06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    W3101D    10/03/11 12/21/11               11            Mon. - Fri.         01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
MCITP: Enterprise Administrator incl. MCITP:SA (new MCSE)                            W4011D    01/09/12 03/27/12               11            Mon. - Fri.         01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Course ID Starts   Ends      Weeks     Day(s)        Hours                           W4041D    04/02/12 06/18/12               11            Mon. - Fri.         01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
13092T    09/13/11 12/13/11  13        Tue. & Thu.   06:00 pm - 09:30 pm             W3071D    07/02/12 09/18/12               11            Mon. - Fri.         01:30 pm - 04:30 pm
13124T    12/20/11 03/22/12  13        Tue. & Thu.   06:00 pm - 09:30 pm
                                                                                     WD2 - Advanced Web Design Course
MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator (Exchange           2010)                  Course ID Starts             Ends        Weeks          Day(s)              Hours
Course ID Starts   Ends      Weeks   Day(s)                   Hours                  Q3101D        10/03/11       12/21/11    11             Mon. - Fri.         09:30 am - 12:30 pm
M3101M    10/03/11 10/31/11  4       Mon. & Wed.              06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    Q4011D        01/09/12       03/27/12    11             Mon. - Fri.         09:30 am - 12:30 pm
M4012M    01/09/12 02/06/12  4       Mon. & Wed.              06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    Q4041D        04/02/12       06/18/12    11             Mon. - Fri.         09:30 am - 12:30 pm
                                                                                     Q3071D        07/02/12       09/18/12    11             Mon. - Fri.         09:30 am - 12:30 pm
CCNA Training Program                                                                Course dates are subject to change without notice.
Course ID Starts   Ends           Weeks         Day(s)        Hours
53083T    08/16/11 09/15/11       5             Tue. & Thu.   06:00 pm - 09:30 pm
53084A    08/27/11 10/01/11       5             Saturday      09:30 am - 05:30 pm           August 2011                   September 2011                        October 2011
53093T    09/20/11 10/20/11       5             Tue. & Thu.   06:00 pm - 09:30 pm    S    M T W T F            S        S M T W T F S                      S    M T W T F                S
                                                                                     31    1 2 3 4 5            6                    1 2 3                                                1
53104T    10/25/11 11/29/11       5             Tue. & Thu.   06:00 pm - 09:30 pm
                                                                                      7    8 9 10 11 12        13        4 5 6 7 8 9 10                     2    3    4    5    6    7    8
CCNP Training Program                                                                14   15 16 17 18 19       20       11 12 13 14 15 16 17                9   10   11   12   13   14   15
                                                                                     21   22 23 24 25 26       27       18 19 20 21 22 23 24               16   17   18   19   20   21   22
Course ID Starts   Ends           Weeks         Day(s)        Hours
                                                                                     28   29 30 31                      25 26 27 28 29 30                  23   24   25   26   27   28   29
P3092M    09/12/11 11/21/11       10            Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm
P4012M    01/09/12 03/21/12       10            Mon. & Wed.   05:45 pm - 09:30 pm         November 2011                    December 2011                         January       2012
                                                                                     S    M T W T F            S        S M T W T F                S       S    M T W           T F      S
Oracle DBA (Database Administrator) - OCA, OCP Program
                                                                                     30   31 1 2 3 4            5                    1 2            3       1    2 3 4          5 6       7
Course ID Starts             Ends        Weeks     Day(s)      Hours                  6    7 8 9 10 11         12        4 5 6 7 8 9               10       8    9 10 11       12 13     14
D3102T        10/04/11       12/13/11    10        Tue. & Thu. 06:00 pm - 09:30 pm   13   14 15 16 17 18       19       11 12 13 14 15 16          17      15   16 17 18       19 20     21
D4012T        01/10/12       03/15/12    10        Tue. & Thu. 06:00 pm - 09:30 pm   20   21 22 23 24 25       26       18 19 20 21 22 23          24      22   23 24 25       26 27     28
Course dates are subject to change without notice.                                   27   28 29 30                      25 26 27 28 29 30          31      29   30 31

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19 Tuition                                                                                             20 Financial Aid / Unemployment Training
Tuition                                                                                                Payment Plans
                                                                                                                                                            Upon Approval
Program Name                                             Reg.         Tuition               Total      Payment plans are available. See the director.       Once your application is approved, your advisor
MOS 2010                                                   $30              $419             $449                                                           will contact you to go pick up your ITG
A+ PC Technician                                           $30             $419              $449      Grants / Guaranteed Student Loans                    voucher. You must immediately bring your
                                                                                                                                                            voucher to the school to officially enroll in your
Network+                                                   $30              $469             $499                                                           training course(s). Currently, the maximum
                                                                                                       A grant is awarded to a student based on income
MCITP: Server Administrator                              $100             $1,599           $1,699                                                           grant amount is $2,200 for network and
                                                                                                       eligibility, and it does not need to be repaid (for
MCITP: Enterprise Administrator                          $100             $2,399           $2,499      example, New York State Tuition Assistance           computer administration occupations and $1300
MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator                  $50             $649              $699      Program (TAP) grants or Pell grants provided by      for graphic design occupations in New York
CCNA                                                       $50              $649             $699      the Federal government). Guaranteed student          City. If your training course(s) exceeds the
CCNP                                                     $100             $2,399           $2,499      loans are low interest loans provided under the      maximum allowance, you are responsible for the
CCNP Voice                                               $100             $2,999           $2,999      Federal Guaranteed Student Loan Program.             co-payment amount. The maximum ITG grant
                                                                                                       Because New York Business Institute has              amount may vary by each county so verify with
Oracle DBA                                               $100             $2,400           $2,500
                                                                                                       been licensed by New York State recently,            your career advisor.
Daytime CIT / WD, 1 quarter                              $100             $3,800           $3,900
                                                                                                       Grants and Guaranteed Student Loans are
Daytime CIT / WD, 2 quarters                             $100             $7,400           $7,500                                                          New Jersey Residents
                                                                                                       NOT available at this time.
Daytime CIT / WD, 3 quarters                             $100           $10,900           $11,000                                                          If you are a New Jersey resident, please visit the
Daytime CIT / WD, 4 quarters                             $100           $14,300           $14,400                                                          New Jersey Training Systems website for more
 Registration Fee for each course is Non-Refundable.                                                  Workforce ITG                                       information.
 FREE lab use up to 6 months after the course. (International students: until your visa expires)
                                                                                                       If you are a jobseeker, Workforce Career Centers
Retake Policy                                          Discounts                                       (WCC) offers many services to assist you in 599 Unemployment Training
Students may retake courses for FREE if they           For students signing up for multiple courses,   your job search. In addition, you may be eligible
do not pass their certification exam(s). Offer is      there is a $30 - $1,200 discount.               for a training grant that may be used at New If you are receiving unemployment insurance
subject to availability of seats and upon              Ask us or see the enrollment agreements.        York Business Institute.                            benefits, you may be excused from the
approval.                                                                                                                                                  requirement to look for work while you are
                                                                                                       Applications                                        attending a training course or program that
Cancellation and Refund Policy                                                                         Contact your local Workforce Career Center consist of a minimum of 12 hours of classroom
If you hold a reservation and cannot attend, contact us immediately. A student who cancels within 7    (https://www.labor.state.ny.us) to seek their training each week. And when funding is
days of signing the enrollment agreement but before instruction begins receives all monies returned    assistance. You will meet with a career advisor for available, you may be eligible for additional
with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee. Thereafter, a student will be liable for    an assessment to determine if you need any training weeks of benefits. The training, however, must
                                                                                                       for skills you may lack for your career goal.       be approved by the Department of Labor.
1. The non-refundable registration fee plus                                                            If you are eligible for an ITG, you will be asked Contact your local Department of Labor for an
2. The cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted plus,                                                to do some research on programs and schools application or visit 599 Training Program for
3. Tuition liability as of the student's last date of physical attendance.                             you would like to attend. You may contact us more information. NYBI can provide you with
                                                                                                       anytime to discuss the course(s) you are documentations of your training after your
MOS, A+, Network+,             MCITP:SA/EA, DBA, ESL,              ESL, CIT1-3, WD1,2 – School         interested in. We will issue you a proposal letter enrollment.
MCITP: EMA, CCNA               CCNP, CCNP Voice, CIT1-3,           any quarter thereafter may          for you to submit to your career advisor.
                               WD1,2 – during the 1st qtr                                  keep:       The grant approval process takes about 4 weeks VESID
If termination occurs:         If termination occurs:              If termination occurs:              (unless otherwise specified by your career
0% - 15% of the program        Prior to or during the first week   Prior to the first week 0%          advisor).                                           New York Business Institute is an approved
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31% - 45% of the program       During the third week               During the second week 50%          least 4 weeks from the date of application.         for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID).
46% - 60% of the program       During the fourth week              During the third week   75%                                                             If you are disabled and are looking for
After 60% of the program       After the fourth week               After the third week    100%                                                            vocational training, VESID may assist you with
                                                                                                                                                           your tuition. Simply discuss it with your VESID
The failure of a student to notify the director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund of tuition                                                       counselor.
due pursuant to Section 5002 of the Education Law.                                                                                                         You may contact us anytime for a proposal letter
                                                                                                                                                           to submit to your counselor.
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21 International Students                                                                                   22 Policies
Choose your course                              Calculating the minimum expenses for 3 months               Admissions Policy                                       Rules and Regulations
                                                (double the figure for 6 months)
International students holding an M-1 visa must Living costs, tuition, books, and supplies $6000 (USD)      The school maintains a staff of representatives         1. School Hours: Mon – Thu.: 9:00 am – 9:30
enroll in a fulltime course to maintain their Living cost per dependent $1500                               responsible for admissions. Prospective students            pm, Friday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, Saturday:
status. Students will need to select a program                                                              are required to schedule an interview at the school         9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Sunday: closed.
from the Comprehensive IT, Web Design course *Example- a student with 1 dependent will need                 with admissions personnel. At this time the             2. Students are expected to cooperate with other
or Advanced Web Design Course.                  to show $7500 in financial support.                         representative will explain the school; program in          students and faculty in a professional manner.
                                                                                                            detail and provide a tour of the school’s facilities.   3. Students will be held liable for all damages to
Prerequisites for Int’l students                 You can show proof of financial support in 3 ways:         NYBI does not discriminate on the basis of race,            school facilities, property, or to other
                                                 1. You can submit a copy of your bank                      color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, or            student’s property.
                                                    statement and other evidence of support such            handicap in the recruitment and admission of            4. The school is not responsible for your
High school diploma
                                                    as your tax return or proof of employment               students, or in the operation of any of its programs        personal property, as well as your materials
English proficiency is not required but students
                                                    indicating your annual salary.                          and activities. At the present time the facilities do       and textbooks once you receive them.
need an understanding of the English language.
TOEFL 440, CBT 123/ TOEIC 470 or higher is                                                                  not accommodate handicapped students.                   5. If you are absent for more than two days,
                                                 2. If your sponsor is living in America or a US                                                                        report the reason to the office. Continued
recommended.
                                                    Citizen, he/she can fill out the I-134 form             Registration and Enrollment                                 absence will mean cancellation of
                                                    (Affidavit of support)                                                                                              registration.
How to apply for M-1 Visa
                                                                                                            To sign up, call our registration desk at               6. Students who violate school regulations or
                                                      3. If your sponsor resides outside the US, he/she                                                                 cause damage to school facilities, property, or
1. Go to www.nybi.org/m-1visa.html and                                                                      212.922.1000 or at least five (5) business days in
                                                         may write a sponsor letter submitted in                                                                        to other student’s property may be dismissed
   download all necessary documents and fill                                                                advance. Registration is on a first come basis,
                                                         English along with their bank statement. The                                                                   and/or may be held legal responsible to the
   them out.                                                                                                and early registration is strongly recommended.
                                                         letter should state the sponsors income and                                                                    fullest extent allowed by law.
                                                                                                            Once the registration is approved, we will send
                                                         proof (example - tax return) and should                                                                    7. Students skipping class or having others
2. Make a payment of tuition, books and                                                                     you enrollment application forms. Read this
                                                         clearly state that he/she will cover all of your                                                               answer the roll for them will be suspended.
   registration fees (see page 15, Tuition) and the                                                         catalog and forms carefully, then fill out
                                                         tuition, and living expenses including                                                                     8. Students must follow the schedules and
   following non-refundable fees:                                                                           appropriate forms and send it back to us.
                                                         medical expenses.                                                                                              studies outlined by the instructor.
   $75: I-20 Processing fee
                                                                                                            Prerequisites                                           9. No smoking in the building.
   $50: International express mail (for oversea       *All of these documents must be written in                                                                    10. Tuition payments must be made promptly as
   applicants only)                                   English and must not be more then 6 months old.                                                                   agreed at the time of enrollment. Students
   *Example- a student who takes CIT1 and                                                                   All courses: High School Diploma/ GED
                                                                                                                                                                        failing to make payments will be suspended.
   CIT2, 6 months course needs to pay $7,625.                                                               A+: Entrance test, or 2 months work experience.
                                                  Payment Methods                                                                                                   11. Students are not allowed visitors during
                                                                                                            Network+: A+ or a minimum of 12 month of
                                                  Payment Methods (full payment for courses is                                                                          school hours.
3. Copies of statement of proof of your financial                                                           professional computer support experience.
                                                  due before the first class)
   support (see the Financial Support below.)                                                               MCITP: EDA: Familiarity with Windows and
                                                  1. Checks in USD payable to "New York
                                                                                                            applications, such as IE and Office suites              Attendance
                                                     Business Institute"
4. Copies of the first page of your passport.                                                               MCITP: SA/EA: complete Network+ or
                                                                                                            equivalent level of knowledge.                          Regular attendance is required. Absences may
                                                      2. International Money Order in USD payable to                                                                occur, and make-up opportunities are available to
5. Send documents and payment to:                                                                           MCITP: EMA: complete MCITP SA or
                                                         "New York Business Institute"                                                                              assist you in keeping up with your scheduled
   New York Business Institute                                                                              equivalent level of knowledge.
   124 East 40th Street, Suite 801                                                                          CCNA, Linux+: Network+ or equivalent level              progress. Every effort must be made to maintain
                                                      3. Wire transfer: Please contact us for                                                                       80% attendance. Any student who is absent more
   New York, NY 10016                                                                                       of knowledge.
                                                         instructions                                                                                               than 20 percent of the total number of
                                                                                                            CCNP: complete CCNA or equivalent level of
                                                         *fax or e-mail a copy of the transaction                                                                   instructional hours offered during the first half of
  Or fax to (212) 922-0796                                                                                  knowledge.
                                                         report when wiring funds.                                                                                  the student’s program, not including leaves of
                                                                                                            MOS, MCITP: EST, CIT1, WD1, 2, DBA:
Financial Support                                                                                           Basic computer literacy                                 absence, and who has not maintained satisfactory
                                                      Refund policies for the student who                   CIT2, CIT3: complete CIT1, MCSA or                      academic progress shall be dismissed.
You must be able to show that you will have the       applied for M-1 visa from abroad                      equivalent level of knowledge.
financial support for the whole duration of your                                                            Advanced Web Design: complete WD1or                     Credit for Previous Education and Training
stay (3, 6 or 9 months). Our requirements for the     If your visa is denied, you must send back the        equivalent level of knowledge
issuance of your I-20 form are the same as the        visa package that we mailed to you along with                                                                 N/A with the exception of Veterans.
American Embassy or the Consulate.                    the I-20 form and a letter of denial from the US      Veterans’ Policy
New York Business Institute is not responsible        Consulate to New York Business Institute                                                                         Satisfactory Progress Policy
for approving your M-1 visa. That decision            100% tuition will be refunded, however the            Veterans have a separate cancellation and refund
solely lies with the US Embassy or Consulate.         registration fee, processing fee, and International   policy. Please refer to enrollment agreement for details. Satisfactory progress in attendance and
                                                      express mail fee will not be refunded.                Credit for Previous Education and Training may academic work is a requirement for all students
                                                                                                            be granted at the discretion of the school director. enrolled in this school.
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23 Policies – continued                                                                                       24 Policies – continued
Academic Progress                                      Complaint Procedure                                    3. The investigator will attempt to resolve the       The Tuition Refund and
                                                                                                                 complaint as quickly as possible and may           Cancellation Policy
The student will receive a performance review at       Who can file a complaint?                                 contact you in the future with follow-up
the end of each unit of the course, which will                                                                   questions. You should provide all information
                                                                                                                                                                    All schools must have a tuition refund and
include progress and total hours to date.     If you are or were a student or an employee of a                   requested as quickly as possible; delay may
                                                                                                                                                                    cancellation policy for each program included in
The following factors will be measured to     Licensed Private or Registered Business School                     affect the investigation of your complaint.
                                                                                                                                                                    the catalog (see page 16) and in the student
determine academic progress:                  in the State of New York and you believe that                      When appropriate, the investigator will try to
                                                                                                                                                                    enrollment agreement.
 Theory work (test grades, homework, etc.)   the school or anyone representing the school has                   negotiate with the school informally. If the
                                                                                                                                                                    Read and understand the school’s policy
 Practical work                              acted unlawfully, you have the right to file a                     Department determines that violations of law
                                                                                                                                                                    regarding tuition refund and cancellation before
                                              complaint with the New York State Education                        have been committed and the school fails to
                                                                                                                                                                    you sign the enrollment agreement. If you do
Theory and Practical work will be graded Department.                                                             take satisfactory and appropriate action then
                                                                                                                                                                    not understand it, or are confused by the
according to the following scale:                                                                                the Department may proceed with formal
                                                                                                                                                                    school’s explanation, get help before you sign.
                                              What can a student or employee                                     disciplinary charges.
  95 – 100            A                                                                                                                                             You may ask for assistance from the Department
  85 – 94             B                       complain about?                                                                                                       at the address included in this catalog.
                                                                                                              4. In addition to filing a complaint with the
  76 – 84             C                                                                                           Department, you may also try to resolve your
                                              You may make complaints about the conduct of
                                                                                                                  complaint directly with the school. Use the       Private School Agents
  70 – 75             D                       the school, advertising, standards and methods
  69 and below        F                                                                                           school’s internal grievance procedure or
                                              of      instruction,    equipment,     facilities,                                                                    Private School Agents are employed by schools
                                                                                                                  discuss your problems with teachers,
Students must maintain a “C” grade average in qualifications of teaching and management                                                                             for the purpose of recruiting or enrolling
                                                                                                                  department heads, or the school director. We
order to be considered making satisfactory personnel, enrollment agreement, method of                                                                               students in the school; they are not school
                                                                                                                  suggest that you do so in writing and that you
progress.                                     collecting tuition and other charges, school                                                                          counselors. Private school agents cannot require
                                                                                                                  keep copies of all correspondence to the
                                              license or registration, school and student                                                                           a student to pay a placement or referral fee.
                                                                                                                  school. However, the school cannot require
Retake and Make-up                            records, and private school agents.
                                                                                                                  you to do this before you file a complaint with   Each school agent must be licensed by the New
                                                                                                                  the New York State Education Department. If       York State Education Department, must have an
 Students who maintain 60% of attendance can          How can a complaint be filed by a                          you do file a complaint with the Department,      Agent Identification Card and must be a salaried
  make-up for free in any available classes.           student or employee?                                       please advise the Bureau of nay action that you   employee of the school. School agents who
 Students may retake courses for free if they                                                                    take to attempt to resolve your complaint.        cannot show an Agent Identification Card are
  do not pass their certification exam(s). Offer       The steps you must take to file a complaint with                                                             breaking the law if they try to interest students in
                                                       the New York State Education Department are:                                                                 enrolling in a particular school or group or
  is subject to availability of seats and upon                                                                The Tuition Reimbursement Fund
  approval. (International students: until the                                                                                                                      schools. The name(s) of the agent(s) who
  visa expires.)                                       1. Write to the New York State Education                                                                     enrolled a student must appear on the student’s
                                                                                                              The Tuition Reimbursement Fund is designed to
                                                          Department at 116 West 32nd Street, 14th                                                                  enrollment agreement. Therefore, you should
                                                                                                              protect the financial interest of students
Tardiness                                                 Floor, New York, New York 10001, or
                                                                                                              attending proprietary schools. If a school closes
                                                                                                                                                                    write down the name of the agent who talked to
                                                          telephone the Department at (212) 643-4760,                                                               you. Each student will be required to confirm
                                                                                                              while you are in attendance, prior to the
If a student is late she/he will be allowed in class      requesting an interview for the purpose of                                                                the name(s) of the agent(s) when signing the
                                                                                                              completion of your educational program, then
but we strongly recommend her/him to retake               filing a written complaint. Bring all relevant                                                            enrollment agreement. A full refund shall be
                                                                                                              you may be eligible for a refund of all tuition
the same session in any available class. (See             documents with you to the interview,                                                                      made to any student recruited by an unlicensed
                                                                                                              expenses which you have paid. If you drop out
Retake and Make-up above.) If excessive                   including an enrollment agreement, financial                                                              private school agent or even by a licensed agent
                                                                                                              of school prior to completion and you file a
tardiness is continued, the student will meet with        aid application, transcripts, etc.         An                                                             if that agent made fraudulent or improper claims.
                                                                                                              complaint against the school with the State
the director.                                             investigator from the Department will meet                                                                To find out if you are eligible to receive a
                                                                                                              Education Department, you may be eligible to
                                                          with you and go through your complaint in                                                                 refund, you must follow the complaint
                                                                                                              receive a tuition refund if the State Education
                                                          detail.                                                                                                   procedures included in this catalog.
Leaves of Absence                                                                                             Department is able to provide factual support
                                                                                                              that your complaint is valid and to determine
Students requesting a leave of absence must
                                                       2. If you cannot come for an interview, send a
                                                                                                              that there was a violation of Education Law or        New York State Education Dept.
                                                          letter or call the office to request a complaint
submit a leave of absence form for approval. If                                                               the Commissioner’s Regulations as specified in
                                                          form. You must complete and sign this form                                                                Students can file a complaint, file a claim to the
a student fails to return to school on the return                                                             Section 126.17 of the Commissioner’s
                                                          and mail it to the office. Please include with it                                                         tuition reimbursement fund, or get additional
date, the student will be dismissed. The student                                                              Regulations. To file a claim to the Tuition
                                                          copies of all relevant documents. You should                                                              information at:
will be evaluated upon his/her return and placed                                                              Reimbursement Fund, you must first file a
                                                          keep the originals. You must file a complaint                                                             New York State Education Department
at the appropriate part of the program based                                                                  complaint with the State Education Department
                                                          within two years after the alleged illegal                                                                Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision
upon the amount of program content that the                                                                   at the address included in this catalog. The staff
                                                          conduct took place. The Bureau cannot                                                                     116 West 32nd Street, 14th Floor
student still remembers.                                                                                      of the State Education Department will assist
                                                          investigate any complaint made more than two                                                              New York, NY 10001
                                                                                                              you in the preparation of a tuition reimbursement
                                                          years after the date of the occurrence.                                                                   Attn: Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision
                                                                                                              form (a sample of this form should have been
                                                                                                              provided to you upon enrollment).                     (212) 643-4760

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25 about New York Business Institute
Instructors

Name                       Course                   Personal Qualifications
Taro Mukai                  CIT, Linux+         NY State Licensed, MCSE, L+, S+, N+, A+
Frank Chien                 Network+            NY State Licensed, CCNA, N+, A+
Mo Max                      CIT, MCITP          NY State Licensed, MCITP, CCNA, N+, A+
Miles Leacy                 MOS, A+, N+         NY State Licensed, MCSA, MOS, A+, N+
John Guarneri               CCNA                NY State Licensed, CCNA, MCSE, CNA
Gabriel Walter              Web Design          NY State Licensed
Jalaine Watts               Adv. Web Dsgn       NY State Licensed

School Information
We are located in Midtown Manhattan, at the corner of 40th Street and Lexington Avenue, two
blocks south of the Grand Central Terminal, across from Starbucks. Feel free to stop by and visit, or
even sit in one of our classes.

New York Business Institute
124 East 40th Street, Suite 801
New York, NY 10016
ph: 212.922.1000
fax: 212.922.0796
                                                                                                         Gain Knowledge, Gain Skills and Get Certified.
Director: Taro Mukai

School Hours:
Monday – Thursday 9:00 A.M. - 9:30 P.M.
Friday            9:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Saturday          9:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Sunday            Closed

2011 - 2012 Holiday Closures
09/03/11 - 09/05/11 from Saturday before Labor Day to Labor Day
10/08/11 - 10/10/11 from Saturday before Columbus Day to Columbus Day
11/24/11 - 11/27/11 from Thanksgiving Day to Sunday after Thanksgiving Day
12/24/11 - 01/02/12 Christmas Eve to Monday after New Year’s Day.
01/14/12 - 01/16/12 from Saturday before MLK Day to Martin Luther King Day
02/18/12 - 02/20/12 from Saturday before President Day to President Day
05/26/12 - 05/28/12 from Saturday before Memorial Day to Memorial Day
07/04/12              Independence Day

Disclosure statement
The student should be aware that some information in the catalog may change. It is recommended
that students considering enrollment check with the school director to determine if there is any
change from the information provided in the catalog. In addition, a catalog will contain information
on the school’s teaching personnel and courses/curricula offered. Please be advised that the State
Education Department separately licenses all teaching personnel and independently approves all
courses and curricula offered. Therefore, it is possible that courses/curricula listed in the school’s
catalog may not be approved at the time that a student enrolls in the school or the teaching personnel
listed in the catalog may have changed. It is again recommended that you check with the school
director to determine if there are any changes in the courses/curricula offered or the teaching
personnel listed in the catalog.
Copies of this school's annual occupational education statistical reports are available upon request.

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