College Now Program
619 West 54th Street, 7th Fl.
New York NY 10019
9AM – 5PM-When classes are in session
Anthropology 101 (Ant 101) 3-credits:
Introduction to anthropology. Comparative study of cultures, or ways of life, of people around the world, with emphasis on non-western, preliterate cultures.
Monday & Wednesday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM or 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.
Anthropology 110 (Ant 110) 3-credits:
Drug Use and abuse in American Society. An overview of drug substances and drug abuse as considered from various approaches, including types and patterns of drug abuse, symptoms, causes, treatment modalities, and other related factors.
Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM or 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.
Art 111 (Art 111) 3-credits
Introduction to Drawing and Painting. Introduction to the elements of design, drawing, and painting. Graphic expression through various mediums.
Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday or 5:00 PM—7:40 PM.
Economics 101 (Eco 101) 3-credits:
Principles of Economics. Examines economic literacy and the global economy in the 21st Century with emphasis on such topics as consumer behavior, economic cost analysis, impact of market structures, deficit financing and banking system.
Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM.
Ethnic Studies 123 (Eth 123) 3-credits:
Race and American Society: The African-American Experience. A survey course exploring the African origins of African-Americans and examining slavery, the Abolitionist Movement, the Civil War, Reconstruction, Segregation, African American migration from the South, Urbanization, the Civil Rights Movement.
Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM or Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.
Ethnic Studies 124 (Eth 124) 3-credits:
Puerto Ricans and Other Hispanics in American Society. An interdisciplinary and comparative study of Puerto Ricans and other Hispanics and their contributions through an investigation of their history.
Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM.
Government 101 (Gov 101) 3-credits:
American Government and Politics. A study of American politics-its institutions and process and the distribution of political power with an emphasis on how the system woks, who benefits.
Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM or Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.
International Criminal Justice 101 (Icj 101) 3-credits:
This course is an introduction to the nature and scope of international and transnational crime, to the emerging legal framework for its prevention and control.
Monday & Wednesday 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.
Speech 113 (Spe 113) 3-credits:
Speech Communication. Development of clear, confident and effective oral communication through instruction in both the theory and practice of voice and diction, oral interpretation, public speaking, and group discussion.
Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM—5:00 PM-6:15 PM or Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday 3:35 PM—4:50 PM or Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 PM—6:15 PM.