College Courses Offered
We offer courses year-round, during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. These courses are taught by college faculty members. They will increase and promote objective knowledge, critical thinking, decision-making and imperative writing skills necessary to succeed in college and the workplace.
For information about our summer courses, see the Summer Courses page.
Which college courses can I take?
Based on Regents or SAT scores, high school grades and consistent attendance, eligible students will be able to take freshman-level college courses such as the following:
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ART 112||Digital Imaging|
|*BIO 166||Principles of Biology: Cells and Genes|
|*CHE 137/138||Elements of Chemistry|
|CIS 211||Computer Information Systems|
|CMP 167||Programming Methods I|
|**DNC 235||Dance Perspectives|
|ENG 111 / 121||Freshman Composition I and II|
|ENW 210||Introduction to Creative Writing|
|ENG 222||Literary Genre|
|*GEP 205||Principles of Geographic Information Science (GISc)|
|JRN 211||Introduction to Multilingual Media|
|**JRN 221||Reporting I|
|PHI 171||Problems in Philosophy|
|PHI 172||Contemporary Moral Issues|
|PHI 173||Justice and Society|
|POL 150||Contemporary Political Issues – Biotechnology Ethics|
|PSY 166||General Psychology|
|SOC 166||Fundamentals of Sociology|
|SPA 113 / 114||Elementary Spanish I and II (for Native Speakers ONLY)|
|**THE 225||Digital Storytelling|
|**THE 241||Art of Theatre|
|*Natural and Geographic Science courses are ONLY offered as part of the Summer Science Academy.
**Dance, Reporting and Theatre courses are ONLY offered as part of the Summer Multimedia Arts Academy.
For more information about the courses and their content, contact the College Now Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-960-8932.