Cohort Courses

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College Now Program
619 West 54th Street, 7th Fl.
New York NY 10019
Tel: 212.393.6333
Fax: 212.393.6359
Email: ngreene@jjay.cuny.edu

Hours:
Monday-Thursday:
9AM – 6PM-When classes are in session

Friday: 9AM-5PM

Course Schedule

 

Cohort course are comprised of students from various NYC public high schools.  Classes meet from 4:00 PM-6:10 PM on Mondays & Wednesdays or Tuesdays & Thursdays or Saturdays 10:00 AM-2:10 PM.  Students are loaned the text book from the program and the courses typically begin about a month after the college course schedule.

Waiver courses are were qualified high school students enrolled in courses with John Jay College students. Professors are not informed that they are high school students.  Because they are with John Jay’s student body the time of courses varies.  Students are required to purchase their own text book and the price varies. 

Applications for Enrollment
Application for Admission  
College Now Parent Notification
• Student Registration Form 

COHORT COURSES:
To enroll in Cohort or Waiver courses, students must obtain skills certification.

Monday/Wednesday Courses: 4:00 PM—6:10 PM

Criminal Justice 101 (Crj 101) 3-credits:  Introductory survey of the American Criminal Justice System.  Discussions focus on the police,   Defense and Prosecuting Attorney, Courts, Institutional Corrections, Community Based Corrections, and the Juvenile Justice System.

Ethnic Studies 125 (Eth 125) 3-credits: Survey of historical and contemporary issues of racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity in the United States through an examination of such concepts as assimilation, discrimination, racism, integration, pluralism, and segregation.

English 101 (Eng 101) 3-credits: College Composition I. The fundamentals of composition, including sentence and paragraph development, diction, style.  Examination of essay structure and development.  Assigned themes introducing such rhetorical forms as description, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, argumentation.

Monday or Wednesday Course: 4:00 PM—6:10 PM

Counseling 110 (Csl 110) 1-credit:
A critical examination of different occupational areas combined with a realistic self-examination by students of their own needs, interests, and skills in order to formulate valid career choices. Emphasis is on occupations in urban areas and careers in the criminal justice system. Students have a minimum of one individual career planning session with the instructor. 


Tuesday/Thursday Courses: 4:00 PM—6:10 PM

Criminal Justice 101(Crj 101) 3-credits:  Introductory survey of the American Criminal Justice System.  Discussions focus on the police,   Defense and Prosecuting Attorney, Courts, Institutional Corrections, Community Based Corrections, and the Juvenile Justice System.  

Psychology 101 (Psy 101) 3-credits: General Psychology. A survey of human behavior, with emphasis on interpersonal process. Subjects covered include personality and personality assessment; behavior pathology and treatment; behavior aspects of motivation and emotion.

Sociology 101 (Soc 101) 3-credits: Introductory Sociology: Sociological Analysis.  The study of modern society: social groups, social organization, process of interaction, society disorganization, and change.  Such topics as deviant behavior, social control, ethnic and class relations. 

Saturday Courses: 10:00 AM—2:10 PM

Criminal Justice 101(Crj 101) 3-credits:  Introductory survey of the American Criminal Justice System.  Discussions focus on the police, Defense and Prosecuting Attorney, Courts, Institutional Corrections, Community Based Corrections, and the Juvenile Justice System.  

Psychology 101 (Psy 101) 3-credits: General Psychology. A survey of human behavior, with emphasis on interpersonal process. Subjects covered include personality and personality assessment; behavior pathology and treatment; behavior aspects of motivation and emotion.