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CAREER PATHS & TUITION ASSISTANCE FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINARS ADULT DEGREE OPEN HOUSE & PRE-COLLEGE: AGES 4-16 OPEN HOUSE BUSINESS, SMALL BUSINESS AND FINANCE
Business Bookkeeping Accountant Assistant Payroll Certification Small Business Development Personal Financial Planning

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Years of Programs Serving the Community!

FA L L 2 0 0 9 C A L E N DAR
Labor Day
Monday, September 7
Holiday/No classes (College is closed)

Friday, September 18 - Saturday, September 19
No classes

Geographic Information Science GISc Basic Microsoft Applications Desktop Publishing, Graphics and Web Design Website Design & Development Digital Media Computers for Mature Adults IT Professsionals Series A+ Computer Technician CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

PARALEGAL STUDIES COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Sunday, September 27 - Monday, September 28
No classes Tuesday, September 29 No Continuing Education classes at the Lehman Bedford Park Campus; CUNY on Concourse classes will be held

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ALLIED HEALTH

Columbus Day
Monday, October 12
Holiday/No classes (College is closed)

Pharmacy Technician Physician Medical Office Administration Ophthalmic Technician Dental Assistant Certified Nursing Assistant Nurse Technician EKG Technician Phlebotomy Technician 13-16

Wednesday, October 14
No Continuing Education classes at the Lehman Bedford Park Campus; CUNY on Concourse classes will be held

HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Physicians’ Office Billing Hospital Billing and Coding Medical Record Coder Medical Record Technician ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (CASAC)

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Thanksgiving Recess
Thursday, November 26 - Sunday, November 29

CHILD CARE & FAMILY DAY CARE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Winter Recess
Thursday, December 24 - Friday, January 1, 2010

Family Development Training and Credentialing Program Empowerment Skills for Leaders Credentialing Program Administrative/Executive Assistant Wedding Planner

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, January 18, 2010
Holiday/No classes (College is closed)

Insurance Pre-Licensing Certified Licensed Employee Benefits Assistant (C.L.E.B.A.) Notary Public IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE INSTITUTE GENERAL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (GED) TEST PREPARATION TEACHER CERTIFICATION WORKSHOPS CLASSES FOR MATURE ADULTS PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Languages Writing and Math Business Skills Culinary Arts Arts and Music Photography and Video Dance Physical Fitness

OFFICE HOURS
Lehman Campus
Monday-Thursday: Friday: Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.

CUNY on the Concourse
Monday-Thursday: Friday: Saturday: 9:00 a.m . - 9:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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ON-LINE COURSES
ed2go Flexstudy-AMA Courses Music Industry Educators MindEdge Non-Profit & Project Management courses Teacher Certification Workshops 36-37 Afterschool Packages Academic Skills Test Preparation Computer Technology Languages Creative Arts & Learning Physical Fitness/Dance

PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16

Don’t wait in-line sign up on-line!
Visit our website: www.lehman.edu/ce to register and find course/schedule updates!!!

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ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM REGISTRATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION DIRECTIONS AND MAPS
www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

FAX: 718-733-3254

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CAREER PATHS
BUSINESS BOOKKEEPER ACCOUNTANT ASSISTANT IRS ENROLLED AGENT PAYROLL PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNER PARALEGAL WEB DESIGNER A+ COMPUTER TECHNICIAN CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE MEDICAL OFFICE ADMIN. PHARMACY TECHNICIAN OPHTHALMIC TECHNICIAN DENTAL ASSISTANT CERT. NURSING ASSISTANT NURSE TECHNICIAN EKG TECHNCIAN PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN PHYSICIAN’S OFFICE BILLER HOSPITAL BILLING & CODER MEDICAL RECORD CODER MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIAN ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR CHILD CARE PROVIDER FAMILY DAY CARE ADMINISTRATIVE/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT WEDDING PLANNER

SECURE YOUR FUTURE...LEARN
TUITION ASSISTANCE
Department of Veteran’s Affairs and G.I. Bill vouchers (www.va.gov) New York State Educational Incentive Scholarship Program (EIP) www.tsg.suny.edu or call 1-800-295-9616 VESID (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities), (718)931-3500 TTY 718-828-4003 www.vesid.nysed.gov Workforce New York www.workforcenewyork.org CUNY LEADS Project: Linking Employment, Academics & Disability Services: contact: Abigail Nelson, 212.652.2053 [email protected] Limited Adult and Continuing Education ACE Scholarships. Call (718)960-8512 for application. Employment Vouchers may be available through your employer. Contact the Human Resources, Personnel or Training Departments at your place of employment. CONTINUING EDUCATION LOANS: Sallie Mae: The Continuing Education Loan www.salliemae.com/cel or call (888)2-SALLIE TERI continuing education loans www.teri.org Alternative Student Loan.com: www.alternativestudentloan.com/continuingeducation-loan.php or call (866) 229-8900 Loan to Learn www.loantolearn.com/ CHASE Bank loan: www.collegeloansite.com/ or call 1-866-349-0373 and more...

INSURANCE BROKER CERT. LICENSED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSISTANT ASSISTANT TEACHER TEACHER

CAREER ZONE

CAR 100/$80

An introduction to Career Zone, an online resource designed for New York residents that offers career and labor market information. Learn how to create your own account, profile your interests in order to determine what careers may be right for you, explore occupations, search for a job or school program and develop your resume. This course is specifically designed for individuals that are new to the job market or are contemplating a new career. LC Sat., 11:35 a.m.-1:05 p.m., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (8 sessions) Isaac Maysonnet, instructor.

Are You a Person with a Disability? Enrolling in School or Training? Looking for a Job?
If you have a disability, you may be eligible to receive tuition assistance, free textbooks, job placement assistance, career counseling and much more! For more information about the CUNY LEADS project contact: Abigail Nelson, CUNY LEADS Counselor for Continuing Education, Phone: (212)652-2053, Fax: (646)344-7319, Email: [email protected]

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TO EARN MORE AT LEHMAN
Th in kin g o f changing jo bs , advancing i n y o u r p o s itio n , o r learning a ne w s kill? C o m e to one of our

FREE CAREER INFORMATION SEMINARS!
LEHMAN CAMPUS - Gate 2 - Goulden Avenue SEMINAR
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) Bookkeeping, Accountant Assistant., Personal Financial Planning Computer Information Technology Desktop Publishing, Graphics & Web Design Insurance, Certified Licensed Employee Benefits Assistant IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation Paralegal Studies Physicians’ Office Billing, Medical Record Technician, Medical Record Coder, Hospital Billing and Coding Small Business Development

DATE & TIME
Saturday, Aug. 22, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.1, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

LOCATION
Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Old Gym Buildiing 102C Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129 Carman Hall- 1st Floor Room 129

CUNY ON THE CONCOURSE - 2501 Grand Concourse & Fordham Road SEMINAR
A+ Computer Technician & CISCO Certified Network Associate Child Care C.N.A., E.K.G., Phlebotomy and Nurse Technician Dental Assistant Opthalmic Technician Pharmacy Technician Physician Medical Office Administrator

DATE & TIME
Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

LOCATION

2501 Grand Concourse 3rd Floor

Adult Degree Program OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Nov. 7, 10:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Carman 128
www.lehman.edu/ce

Pre-College: Classes for Ages 4-16 OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Sept. 12, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in Carman Hall - room 129 LEARN ABOUT NEW DISCOUNTS & AFTERSCHOOL PACKAGES!
PHONE: 718-960-8512 FAX: 718-733-3254

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BUSINESS
BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING
The knowledge and skills needed for those aspiring to become full-charge bookkeepers are provided in this program. Opportunities for employment are available in a variety of organizations and businesses. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Required Courses
CFM 38 Bookkeeping EDP 07 Introduction to Microcomputing
(see page 8)

Bookkeeping
CFM 38/$310

Applications in Accounting Using QuickBooks
CFM 39/$405

A practical approach that provides students with the skills to be full-charge bookkeepers. Topics include the books of original entry: cash receipts and disbursements, sales, purchase, payroll, petty cash and the general journal; subsidiary ledgers: accounts receivable, payable, and controls; the general ledger and trial balance. Business taxes (payroll and sales) are also included. Textbook must be brought to first class. 4 CEU
LC Wed., 7:00 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 23-Dec. 16 (no class Oct. 14) (12 sessions) Kenneth Drummond, C.P.A.

This course emphasizes a realistic approach for automated business procedures: general ledger; accounts receivable; cash reecipts and payroll overview, using QuickBooks Pro 2009. Enrollment limited: one student per PC. (Prerequisites: recent completion of CFM38 and/or CFM43, EDP07, current experience or pre-test). A USB Flash Memory device/zip stick must be brought to first class. Cost of materials $25 must be paid at first class. 4.3 CEU
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (12 sessions) Irwin Winsten, C.P.A., President, The Software Consultants.

CFM 47 Microsoft Excel 2007 CFM 39 Computer Applications in Accounting Using QuickBooks

Fundamentals of Accounting
CFM 43/$370

ACCOUNTANT ASSISTANT
This program provides the knowledge to interpret and analyze financial statements. Upon completion, students will be qualified to seek a position as an accountant assistant in either a private or public accounting setting. Full-charge bookkeepers entering the Accountant Assistant Certificate Program are exempt from CFM 38: Bookkeeping. Those individuals who can submit evidence in the form of transcripts or employers’ verification of equivalent course(s) or experience are also exempt from CFM 38. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Required Courses
CFM 38 Bookkeeping EDP 07 Introduction to Microcomputing
(see page 8)

Topics include accounting for inventories, plant assets, notes receivable and payable, partnership and corporation accounting, and interpretation of financial statements. (Prerequisite: CFM 38 or permission of the program coordinator.) Textbook must be brought to first class. 5 CEU
LC Wed., 6:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 16-Dec. 16 (no class Oct. 14) (13 sessions) Ansell Barrett, M.P.A.

Microsoft Excel 2007
CFM 47/$285

Introduction to Individual Taxation
CFM 46/$310

Topics include: Excel screen layout, menus, toolbars; entering data into cells; moving and copying cells; moving through a worksheet; formatting a worksheet; working with charts, formulas, functions, lists; and preparing worksheets for the web. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 11:35 a.m.-2:05 p.m., Sept. 26Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) CC Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Nov. 3-Dec. 8 (10 sessions)

Topics include filing requirements, sources of income, exemptions, income and exclusions, interest and dividends, capital gains and losses, itemized deductions and tax calculations. N.Y. State and City taxes are covered. 3.1 CEU
LC Tues., 7:10 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 22-Dec. 1 (10 sessions) Kenneth W. Drummond, C.P.A.

Business Taxation
CFM 54/$95

CFM 47 Microsoft Excel 2007 CFM 43 Fundamentals of Accounting CFM 39 Computer Applications in Accounting Using QuickBooks CFM 46 Introduction to Individual Taxation

FREE CAREER SEMINARS Business Bookkeeping, Accountant Assistant, Small Business Dev. (9/10 only) Thursday, September 3 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. or Thursday, September 10 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at Lehman College, Carman Hall 1st Floor - room 129 For more information, call (718) 960-8512

A review of the rules and regulations concerning the taxation of business entities, i.e., individual proprietorship, partnerships and corporations. Great for anyone who owns/operates their own business as well as bookkeepers or accountants who are interested in learning more about business taxation. 1.1 CEU
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 17, 24, 31 (3 sessions) Deo Singh, CPA.

Recommended Courses
EDP 18 Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel
(see page 9)

IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation Program
ENR 100/$900

CFM 54 Business Taxation

(See page 25 for course description).
LC Tues./Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:35 p.m., Sept. 8Dec. 22 (no class Nov. 26) (30 sessions) Deo Singh, C.P.A.

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BUSINESS
PAYROLL CERTIFICATION PREP

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Starting and operating a small business can be a very rewarding experience. The key to success lies in understanding what’s involved and choosing the “RIGHT” business. Lehman’s Small Business Development (SBD) classes are designed to provide anyone who is considering starting a small business, or who is already involved in a small business, with a more comprehensive coverage of basic information essential for making your business profitable. Completion of SBD classes may also assist you when seeking financing for your new business venture.

NEW

Fundamental Payroll Certification Prep
PCP 01/$395

A course using materials approved by the American Payroll Association to prepare individuals for entry-level positions as a payroll professional. The course prepares participants for the Fundamental Payroll Certification Exam. Cost of textbook/materials (approximately $200) not included. Text book information available at registration. 5 CEU
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 22-Jan. 19 (no classes Sept. 29, Dec. 29) (16 sessions) Daryl Haley, Payroll Manager, White Plains Hospital Center.

How to Get Started
SBD 75/$80

Business Taxation
CFM 54/$95

NEW

Certified Payroll Professional
PCP 10/$395

This introductory course in small business development surveys the various aspects of starting a business. Topics include: what it takes to succeed; legal aspects of the organization; leasing of premises; insurance needs and more. 0.9 CEU
CC Tues., 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Oct. 27 (4 sessions) Greg Frazier, partner, Clarity Water Technologies.

(See page 4 for course description).
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 17, 24, 31 (3 sessions) Deo Singh, C.P.A.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
How to Start a “Green” Business
PDW 11/$40
(See page 23 for course description) LC Tues., 7:15 p.m. –9:15 p.m. Nov. 10, 17 (2 sessions) Les Judd, president and founder, Green Boroughs.

Prepare for the Certified Payroll Professional Examination. Participants must have 3 or more years of experience in order to qualify for this APA exam. The course not only prepares individuals for the exam, but also reviews all aspects of payroll including taxation, human resources (benefits) and new government regulations. Cost of textbook/materials (approximately $250) not included. Textbook information available at registration. 5 CEU
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 23-Jan. 20 (no classes Oct. 14, Dec. 30) (16 sessions) Daryl Haley, Payroll Manager, White Plains Hospital Center.

Advertising and Marketing a Small Business
SBD 83/$100

One of the key factors in having a successful business is to know how to market and advertise your product or service. No matter how great your product/service is, if you don’t let people know about it, you can’t sell it! Learn how to package and price your product/service, target your market and about various forms of advertising, promotion and distribution in this practical course – a must for the business owner! 1.0 CEU
CC Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 8-Oct. 29 (4 sessions) Vincent De Martis, supply chain product manager-buyer/planner.

Wedding Planner Certificate Course
WPC 01/$895
(See page 23 for course description) Offered in partnership with Bronx Community College located at 181st Street and University Avenue. Tues., 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Oct. 13- Dec. 15 (10 sessions)

An Introduction to the Business of Family Day Care
CCP 110/$30
(See page 22 for course description)

The goal of the Bronx Small Business Development Center (SBDC), at Lehman College, is to provide management assistance, access to capital, quality business counseling and training to current and prospective small-business owners, at no cost to the clients. Our mission is to improve the economic condition in the Bronx, Upper Manhattan and lower Westchester. THE SBDC BUSINESS IS HELPING YOU SUCCEED www.sba.gov/www.nyssbdc.org (718) 960-8806

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An Introduction to Quickbooks 2009 for Small Business Owners
SBD 90/$165

CC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m., Sept. 12 (1 session)

An introductory course suitable for small business owners who have some basic knowledge of bookkeeping/accounting. Covers a practical approach to automated office procedures: general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable. Pre-test may be required to assess particpants’s knowledge. 1.9 CEU
LC Mon., 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 5-Nov. 30 (no class Oct. 12) (8 sessions) Roger Brewster, C.P.A.

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

FAX: 718-733-3254

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FINANCE
Certificate in PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER
A Program Approved by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP). The Certificate Program in Personal Financial Planning (PFP) presents techniques to formulate and execute comprehensive financial plans that assist clients in accumulating, conserving and transferring personal wealth. This 219-hour program consists of the following six courses.
Introduction to Financial Planning Risk Management Tax Planning and Management Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits Investments Estate Planning

Tax Planning and Management
PFP 63/$395

For the professional providing personal financial planning services to recognize many of the income tax planning opportunities and problems that may arise. This course covers the fundamentals of individual income taxation, tax overview, terminology, computations, and interrelation of the more common income tax rules, regulation and planning techniques. Discussion and analysis focuses on practical problems and their tax planning implications. 4.5 CEU
LC Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 17-Dec. 17 (no class Nov. 26) (13 sessions)

To earn the PFP Certificate and fulfill the education requirement for CFP® Certification, students must complete the six required courses with a grade of “C” or better and attend a minimum of 80 percent of classroom instruction for each course. Admission Requirements: A completed bachelor’s degree, functional knowledge of financial analysis techniques and a basic understanding of economics are required prior to admission. See application information on page . The CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, and ® certification is granted only by Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. to those persons who, in addition to completing an educational requirement such as this CFP Board-Registered Program, have also met its ethics, experience and examination requirements. NOTE; *To meet certification requirements, students must have their bachelor’s degree within 5 years of passing the CFP exam. NOTE: Individual courses are open to those interested in learning more about financial planning on a space-available basis.

Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits
PFP 64/$395

The subject matter covers the fundamentals of retirement planning and employee benefit plans and focuses on qualified plan coverage and eligibility requirements; suitability of an investment portfolio for a qualified plan and the integration of the plan with Social Security. The basic characteristics of specific employee benefits and the income tax impact to both employer and employee are discussed. In addition there will be a recommendation of a specific plan for a particular client situation. 4.5 CEU
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (12 sessions) José Guevara-Escudero, Ph.D., CFP®, president, Inter-american Economic Services.

Introduction to Financial Planning

NEW
What is a Personal Financial Planner?
PFP 01/$25 (includes registration fee)

PFP 60/$415

Are you thinking of pursuing a career as a financial planner? This 2-hour seminar answers basic questions about what financial planners do, new regulations, and prospects in a fluctuating economy.
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sept. 12 (1 session)

Introduction to the principles and analytic techniques of personal financial management. Topics include overview of the economic environment, time value of money concepts, CFP Board’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, regulatory environment, communication skills, and the financial planning process. Participants learn how to gather, process and analyze client information, and to provide a written plan with recommendations as to risk management, investments, tax strategies, retirement planning and estate planning. For certificate program enrollees, this course is a recommeded prerequisite to all other courses. 4.7 CEU
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 22-Dec. 22 (no class Sept. 29) (13 sessions) Harry Singh, CFP®

FREE CAREER SEMINAR Personal Financial Planning Thursday, September 3 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and Thursday, September 10 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at Lehman College, Carman Hall 1st floor- room 129 For more information, call (718) 960-8512

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PARALEGAL STUDIES
ED Queens College Continuing Education Program ROV ITE P - A P RY S Paralegal Studies Program at Lehman College! ABA NDA O SEC Apply and register through Queens College Continuing Education Program:
In person and by mail: 65-30 Kissena Boulevard, Kiely Hall, Room 111, Flushing, NY 11367 Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. By phone or fax or web: (718) 997-5709 fax (718) 997-5723 www.qc.cuny.edu/cep

CAREER SEMINAR: Tuesday, September 8, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at Lehman College, Carman Hall 129
This four (4) part combination weekend/evening program is offered exclusively on the Lehman College campus. Students taking this program in its entirety will save $225. The total cost of the program excluding textbooks will be $4,160. If the courses are taken individually, the cost of the entire program will be $4,385. If you opt to take classes individually, you may take classes at either Queens or Lehman campus.

Group I: Fall 2009
Tuition: $1,040 (due at registration) PS-100: Introduction to the Law and Ethics Section SA11LC/$385 Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 17-Dec. 19 (9 sessions) PS-102: Legal Research Section TH21- LC/$350 Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Oct. 22-Dec. 17 (8 sessions) PS-103: Litigation I Section SA11-LC/$395 Sat., 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m., Oct. 17-Dec. 19 (9 sessions)

Group II: Fall 2009
Tuition: $1,040 (due at registration) PS-101: Legal Writing for Paralegals Section SA11-LC/$350 Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 8 (8 sessions) PS-104: Litigation II Section SA11-LC/$395 Sat., 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 13 (9 sessions) (Prerequisite: PS-103) PS-206: Criminal Law Section TH21-LC/$350 Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 4 (8 sessions)

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
LEHMAN COLLEGE’S DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL, GEOGRAPHIC AND GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES Geographic Information Science (GISc) Certificate Program Undergraduate and Graduate Levels
GISc is a fast-growing computer technology field involving mapping and analysis of spatial data. Experience in GISc can lead to enhanced career opportunities in such diverse fields as public health, criminal justice, urban planning, economic development, environmental analysis, government, ecology, hazard and risk assessment, and education. Evening classes are offered for this 17-credit program starting late August and in spring starting late January.

To register for spring 2010 classes, please submit your application to the Lehman Admissions Office no later than January 4, 2010. For further information, please contact GISc Program Director, Dr. Juliana Maantay, [email protected] or visit www.lehman.cuny.edu/deannss/geography

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BASIC MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS
Using the industry-standard Microsoft Office Professional Suite for Windows, the Basic Microsoft Applications program focuses on mastering Windows and the four primary Office applications. These courses meet the needs of students with a wide variety of career interests including administrative support positions, finance and information management and also helps them prepare for the Microsoft certification exams. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Program may be completed in one semester with the NEW accelerated class schedules.* Required Courses
PCW 22 Basic Computer Skills CBS 51 Computerized Keyboarding EDP 07 CFM 47 CBS 78 EDP 19 Introduction to Microcomputing Microsoft Excel 2007 Microsoft Word 2007 Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

Computerized Keyboarding (Typing)
CBS 51/$225

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007
EDP 19/$285

This is an intensive course in the elements of keyboarding and proper form and style for letters, reports, memoranda and tables. Development of keyboarding speed to a minimum of 35 words per minute is a goal. The skills taught are essential for success in computer tasks. Textbook and 3 1/2 inch HD diskette must be brought to first class. 2.7 CEU
CC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Brunilda Garcia, Hostos Community College faculty.

Introduction to Microcomputing
EDP 07/$255

Explore and customize the Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 environment (menus, toolbars); build new presentations; learn to use the formatting, proofing and drawing tools; import clip art; create tables and charts; create slides using templates and master slides; enhance presentations with special effects, transitions and multimedia; control the delivery of a slide show; print and export presentations; and integrate PowerPoint with Microsoft Word and Excel. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
CC Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Nov. 9Dec. 9 (10 sessions) Steve Feld, microcomputer specialist.

Enhanced Certification: Students must complete 2 additonal courses:
EDP 26 Microsoft Access 2007
(see page 9)

For those with basic computing skills who would like to enhance them. Essential computer concepts, software and hardware components and the efficient use of Microsoft Windows Vista are covered. Topics include: Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI); file management; multimedia and other file types; customizing Windows and understanding hardware configurations. (Prerequisite: PCW 22 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Oct. 3Nov. 21 (8 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 30-Nov. 2 (no classes Oct. 12, 14) (8 sessions)

Microsoft Word 2007
CBS 78/$285

EDP 18 Advanced Microsoft Word and Excel (see page 9)

Emphasis is on editing commands and formatting features while introducing the Windows environment. Topics include: how to create, edit, format, and print single- and multiple-page documents; mail merges, tables, columns, inserting graphics, and basic macros. (Prerequisite: basic keyboarding [typing] skills.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
CC Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 22Oct. 27 (no class Sept. 29) (10 sessions) Adrienne Whaley, microcomputer specialist.

Basic Computer Skills
PCW 22/$90

A hands-on workshop for those with little or no experience in using a personal computer. Topics include an overview of Microsoft Windows; use of mouse and keyboard; the desktop, icons, menus, toolbars and other elements of the Windows interface; running programs such as WordPad; editing, printing and saving simple documents.
CC Sec. 1: Tues./Thurs., 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 15, 17 (2 sessions) Adrienne Whaley, microcomputer specialist. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Sept. 26 (includes 30 minute break) (1 session) Adrienne Whaley, microcomputer specialist.

Microsoft Excel 2007
CFM 47/$285

Topics include: Excel screen layout, menus, toolbars; entering data into cells; moving and copying cells; moving through a worksheet; formatting a worksheet; working with charts, formulas, functions, lists; and preparing worksheets for the web. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 11:35 a.m.-2:05 p.m., Sept. 26Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) CC Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Nov. 3-Dec. 8 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions), Adrienne Whaley, microcomputer specialist.

* N E W ACCELERATED Schedules:
Introduction to Microcomputing
Sec. 2: Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 30Nov. 2

Microsoft Word
Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 22-Oct. 27

Microsoft Excel
Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Nov. 3Dec. 8

NOTE : Under certain circumstances,
course substitutions for certificate program courses may be made with the permission of the program coordinator. For additional information on the Computer Information Technology programs, send email to: [email protected] or visit http://www.lehman.edu/ce

Microsoft Powerpoint
Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Nov. 9-Dec. 9

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Advanced Microsoft Word 2007 and Excel 2007
EDP 18/$285

CLASE DE INFORMÁTICA EN ESPAÑOL

FREE CAREER SEMINAR Computer Information Technology Tuesday, September 8 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and Saturday, September 12 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
at Lehman College, old Gym 102C (see map page 48) For more information, call (718) 960-8512

Topics include: advanced features of Microsoft Word such as mail merge, macros, forms, toolbar customization, tables of contents and indexes; advanced features of Excel such as financial and logical functions, lookups, lists, pivot tables and conditional formatting; and the integration of Word and Excel to solve complex tasks. Designed to help students prepare for the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exams in Word 2007 (77-601) and in Excel 2007 (77-602). (Prerequisites: CBS78: Microsoft Word 2007 and CFM47: Microsoft Excel 2007 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Adrienne Whaley, microcomputer specialist.

Curso Básico de Computación:
EDP 80/$200

Este curso es una introdución básica al uso de la computadora utilizando las aplicaciones de microsoft. Los siguientes tópicos son: Estructura del Computador, Sistemas Operativos y Administración del Sistema; Programas Utilitarios: Procesador de Textos y Hoja de Cálculo Electrónico; Programas Utilitarios: Base de Datos y Presentaciones; Internet: Conexiones, “Browsers”, Máquinas de Búsqueda, Comercio electrónico, y Fraudes electrónicos (scam, phishing, etc.); Internet: E-mail, Mensajeros, Chat Rooms y Blogs; Internet: “Downloads”, “Uploads”, fotos digitales y música; Desarrollo de la Red: Páginas de Internet: diseño y creación; Revisión y Proyecto Final. 1.92 CEU
CC Martes, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Nov. 24 (8 clases) Iván Boluarte.

Microsoft Access 2007 for Windows
EDP 26/$285

Students are introduced to the theory and practice of information management through hands-on experience with Microsoft Access 2007. Topics include: database definitions and concepts; Access fundamentals; and creating tables, forms, queries and reports. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience.) Textbook must be brought to first class. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 3 CEU
CC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 23-Nov. 25 (10 sessions) Shawn Plant, computer trainer.

COMPUTERS FOR MATURE ADULTS For students who wish to practice in the College IT Center, a valid CUNYCard ID is required.

Computer Basics for Mature Adults
MAT 10/$185

NEW

Facebook, Twitter and More...
PCW 31/$140

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Do you want to find old friends, make new ones, reunite with long-lost and distant relatives and some you never knew you had? Would you like to receive direct reports from people participating in major events throughout the world? Do you want advice on finding the best pizza when traveling? Do you want to keep an online journal and collaborate on a web site with people located anywhere in the world who share your interests? You can do all of this using Facebook, Twitter and other social networking services that you will learn about in this class. (Prerequisite: PCW 22: Basic Computer Skills)
LC Fri., 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Sept. 25-Oct. 16 (4 sessions)

Never touched a computer? Have computer anxiety? In a relaxed and supportive environment, adults 60 and over are introduced to the keyboard, monitor and mouse. Microsoft Windows and basic elements of word processing are covered. The skills you learn will open an exciting new world for you to explore! Tuition reflects senior citizen discount. Teacher will advise students about storage medium. No additional discount applies.
LC Tues./Thurs., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 6Nov. 3 (9 sessions) Wendy Siegel, computer specialist.

Internet and E-Mail Basics for Mature Adults
MAT 12/$125

(See page 31 for course description).
LC Tues./Thurs., 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Nov. 5-Nov. 19 (5 sessions) Wendy Siegel, computer specialist.

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DESKTOP PUBLISHING, GRAPHICS AND WEB DESIGN
Students learn the basic principles of effective composition and organization of text and graphics for print and for electronic media with a special emphasis on publication on the World Wide Web. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Required Courses
EDP 07 Introduction to Microcomputing
(see page 8)

Flash Basics

WEB SITE DESIGN NEW AND DEVELOPMENT

EDP 119/$255

For students with advanced long-term interest in designing web pages and in developing and managing large-scale and complex web sites. Students will be expected to document and demonstrate their knowledge of and experience with Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Required Courses
EDP 115 Web Site Design I EDP 114 Web Site Design II
(offered spring 2010)

EDP 56 Adobe Photoshop EDP 64 Adobe Illustrator (see page 11) EDP 115 Web Site Design I EDP 68 Adobe InDesign AND (1) one of the following three courses: EDP 114 Web Site Design II
(offered spring 2010)

EDP 56 EDP 121 EDP 122

Adobe Photoshop OR EDP 119 Flash Basics Web Site Development
(see page 11)

Flash is an authoring platform for creating multimedia content ranging from a simple animated logo for use on a cell phone to a complex, interactive website with dazzling special effects. Topics include: the Flash workspace; tools for incorporating text, graphics, sound, and video into a Flash application; 2D animations; embedding a Flash movie in a web page; adding interactivity using timelines, frames, and layers; planning and developing an application; and converting your applications to Flash movies for playback with the widely-used Flash Player. (Prerequisite: EDP 115 or equivalent course or experience on Microsoft Windows or the Apple Macintosh.) Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 8-Dec. 3 (no class Nov. 26) (8 sessions)

Web Site Management
(offered spring 2010)

Adobe Photoshop
EDP 56/$255

EDP 119 Flash Basics EDP 116 Graphics for Web Designers
(offered spring 2010)

Web Site Design I
EDP 115/$255

* Students who have taken EDP 67: QuarkXpress 7 may take EDP 68: Adobe InDesign as a substitute for other requirements with coordinator approval.

WEB DESIGN FOR GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
For students with a background in graphic design using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, who need to apply their skills to publication on the web and in other digital formats. Incoming students will be expected to document and demonstrate their knowledge of and experience with Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Required Courses
EDP 115 Web Site Design I EDP 114 Web Site Design II
(offered spring 2010)

An introduction to HTML (Hyper-Text Markup Language) and XHTML (Extensive Hyper-Text Markup Language)-- the languages used to create documents or “pages” for publication on the World Wide Web. Students learn to design and format documents; embed links to other resources; and to incorporate graphic content. The use of cascading style sheets (CSS) is introduced. Emphasis is placed on creating effective, informative and aesthetically-pleasing Web content. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience on Microsoft Windows or the Apple Macintosh.) Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Nov. 24 (8 sessions) Livia Nieves, web designer and developer.

An introduction to Adobe Photoshop. Topics include how to: create and edit images; to work with layers, masks, gradients and filters; to use type, to color and recolor images; to prepare images for print and electronic publication; to apply the principles of effective graphic design and the representation of images and color in a digital world. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience on Microsoft Windows or the Apple Macintosh.) Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Sat., 11:35 a.m.-2:05 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Livia Nieves, web designer and developer.

Adobe InDesign
EDP 68/$255

EDP 116 Graphics for Web Designers
(offered spring 2010)

NOTE : Under certain circumstances, course substitutions for certificate program courses may be made with the permission of the program coordinator.
For additional information on the Computer Information Technology programs, send email to: [email protected] or visit http://www.lehman.edu/ce

InDesign is used to introduce the student to the field of desktop publishing and the design of newsletters, flyers, menus and other materials suitable for print. Topics include the InDesign workspace - windows, palettes, toolboxes, document views; working with text, styles and tables; the setup of new documents including the creation of master pages; working with graphics and color; creatings tables of content and indexes; and preparation of materials for output. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience on Microsoft Windows or the Apple Macintosh.) Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 7-Dec. 2 (no class Oct. 14) (8 sessions) Frank Collyer, designer/illustrator.

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Adobe Illustrator
EDP 64/$255

DIGITAL MEDIA

Digital Video Editing
EDP 73/$165

Adobe Illustrator is the industry-standard object-oriented graphics application used to create drawings, logos, typographic designs, charts, maps, artwork and other materials for print and electronic publication. Topics include Illustrator tools for creating, selecting, copying, transforming, and reshaping drawings and vector graphics; layers, masks and filters; working with type; and the management of output. (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience on Microsoft Windows or the Apple Macintosh.) Teacher will advise students about storage medium. 2.4 CEU
LC Mon., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 5-Nov. 30 (no class Oct. 12) (8 sessions) Frank Collyer, designer/illustrator.

Digital Photography I
EDP 70/$115

Learn the principles of digital photography and the differences between digital and filmbased cameras and photographic techniques. Topics include using the basic settings found on a standard digital camera to control image resolution and size, working with light and the flash, and taking photographs intended for print, for electronic distribution (e.g., through e-mail) and for presentation on a website. (Prerequisite: PCW 22 or equivalent course or experience.) A digital camera (and user guide if possible) must be brought to first class. Note: Not all cameras are compatible with class computers. Teacher will advise students about storage medium.
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 23-Oct. 21 (no class Oct. 14) (4 sessions) Mari Fetzer, photographer.

Learn to use Windows Movie Maker and Sound Recorder, two free Microsoft Windows applications, to create and edit video presentations with sound. Incorporate content obtained from sources such as a digital camcorder, a VCR or a microphone. Plan projects using storyboards and timelines. Assemble video clips, audio files and still images into a single presentation with special effects, video transitions, titles and credits. Emphasis on editing of existing content to be provided by the instructor. Other topics include the preferred video and audio formats for different purposes (e.g., distribution over the Internet) and selection of recording media (e.g., DVD, CD). (Prerequisite: EDP 07 or equivalent course or experience.)
LC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 8-Nov. 12 (6 sessions) Steve Feld, digital photographer and computer specialist.

NEW

Web Site Development
EDP 121/$285

Students obtain an overview of web site development and management concepts as well as technologies including server software and hardware; scripting and programming languages; end-user authentication and the use of portals to customize the web experience; content management systems; database integration; security; and the principles of information architecture. The second part of the course covers methodologies for organizing information and developing complex web sites including the use of wireframes, sitemaps, templates and their implementation in content management systems, and prototyping. Emphasis is placed throughout on usability and its assessment, accessibility, maintainability, and adherence to industry best-practices and standards.
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Dec. 8 (10 sessions)

Digital Photography II
EDP 72/$165

The fundamental concepts of photography are presented in more detail. Topics include: how to take control of a typical digital camera and the quality of a photograph by manually setting features; how to take photographs for special purposes and in different environments. Esthetic and creative considerations including composition, color, lighting and style are discussed. (Prerequisite: EDP 70 or equivalent course or experience.) A digital camera (and user guide if possible) must be brought to first class. Note: Not all cameras are compatible with class computers. Teacher will advise students about storage medium.
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 28-Dec. 16 (no classes Nov. 18, 25) (6 sessions) Mari Fetzer, photographer.

FREE CAREER SEMINAR Computer Information Technology Tuesday, September 8 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and Saturday, September 12 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
at Lehman College, old Gym 102C (see map page 48) For more information, call (718) 960-8512

Do n ’ t wai t i n l i n e ! S ign up o n - l i n e !
Go to www.lehman.edu/ce to register and find class updates!

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

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A+ COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
The A+ Computer Technician Program covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software and helps prepare students for entry level jobs in information technology. The program also helps prepare students for the CompTIA A+ certification examinations that measure the skills of computer technicians (see http://www.comptia.org for further information on the exams) and for more advanced IT-industry certifications such as those from CISCO and Microsoft. The A+ Computer Technician Program is also a prerequisite for our CCNA program. Required Course
CIP 120 A+ Computer Technician Preparation

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE (CCNA)
The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is the first level of Cisco’s career certifications. The CCNA prepares students to fulfill the job requirements of network technicians, network administration and network engineers. The complete CCNA curriculum is taught by the Networking Academy in four courses (CCNA 1-4). Required Courses
CIP 225 CIP 226 CIP 227 CIP 228 Basic Networking: CCNA 1 Routing Protocols & Concepts: CCNA 2 Land Switching & Wireless: CCNA 3 (offered spring 2010) Accessing the WAN: CCNA 4

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Accessing the WAN:

CIP 228/$620

Basic Networking: CCNA 1
CIP 225/$620

In this final course, learn the wide area network (WAN) technologies and services required to reliably and securely connect small to medium-sized local area networks (LANs) and to provide safe and secure access to enterprise resources by employees working from remote locations. Topics include WAN connectivity technology (e.g. point-to-point protocol and frame relay); IP addressing and network traffic control; access control lists (ACLs); and network security threats and solutions. configurations and management of routers, specialized devices and software to support WANs are also covered. At the successful completion of this course, students are prepared to take the CISCO CCNA certification exam. (Prerequisite: CIP227 or equivalent).
CC Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 21Dec. 16 (no class Oct. 12) (24 sessions) Wilmer Villalobos, Cisco Certified Academy Instructor CCAI.

A+ Computer Technician Preparation
CIP 120/$720 Topics include: installation, maintenance, configuration and troubleshooting of computer hardware and operating systems; safe lab practice and tool use; computer assembly and disassembly; the boot process; installation and configuration of portable devices and peripherals, i.e., printers and scanners; introduction to networking; and the types, consequences and prevention of security threats. Customer service orientation and communication skills are emphasized throughout. (Prerequisite: EDP 07: Introduction to Microcomputing or equivalent course or experience).
CC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (includes 30 minute break) Sept. 26-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (12 sessions)

Topics include basic principles of communication in networks; definition and function of network protocols and network models (e.g., OSI); communication layers in network models; addressing and naming schemes; subnet masks; Ethernet concepts; basic cabling and network design; and basic router and switch configuration. Working on state-of-the-art Cisco hardware, students build small networks to analyze real data and engage in packet tracer activities to analyze protocol and network operation. (Prerequisite: Firm grasp of microcomputer hardware and operating systems on non-networked systems. CIP 120 or equivalent is highly recommended as preparation for Basic Networking: CCNA 1).
CC Tues./Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 22Dec. 15 (no class Nov. 26) (24 sessions) Francisco Cabrera, Network Administrator, Cisco Certified Network Instructor, CCAI.

IT PROFESSIONAL SERIES

NEW

Computer Security Fundamentals
EDP 92/$310

FREE CAREER SEMINAR Cisco Academy at CUNY on the Concourse Saturday, August 29, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd floor (see map page 48) For more information, call 718) 960-8512

Routing Protocols & Concepts: CCNA 2
CIP 226/$620

Topics include the functions and services of routers, hardware and software components, configuration and management of routers, static and dynamic routing, routing protocols and routing tables. (Prerequisite: CIP 225 or equivalent).
CC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Sept. 26-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28, Dec. 5) (10 sessions) Wilmer Villalobos, Cisco Certified Academy Instructor CCAI.

Topics include basic information technology security concepts; the definition, detection, removal, consequences and prevention of security threats (e.g. botnets, viruses, spyware); the identification and resolution of physical infrastructure and operating system vulnerabilities; security of applications such as email, web services and remote access; specialized security applications software and specialized hardware such as anti-spyware and anti-virus programs and firewalls and intrusion detection devices; security and wireless technology; cryptography; and the development, implementation and enforcement of security policies. (Prerequisites: CIP 120 (A+ Computer Technician Preparation) or equivalent course or experience; CIP 225 (Networking Fundamentals) or equivalent course or experience recommended).
CC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 24-Dec. 17 (no class Nov. 26) (12 sessions)

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Pharmacy Technician Career Seminars: Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and Wednesday, Sept. 2, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor.

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

PTP 100/$900 (includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials)

Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other health care settings--working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. This comprehensive 70-hour course prepares students to enter the pharmacy field and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Course includes: medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement.
CC Tues./Thurs., 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct 13-Dec. 22 (no class Nov. 26) (20 sessions)

Pharmacy Technician applicants must attend a career seminar and math assessment: Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. or Wednesday, Sept. 2, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at CUNY on the Concourse. Students who do not meet minimum math proficiency may be advised to enroll in an optional math preparation course prior to enrolling in the program. Applicants must present proof of high school/GED completion.

Physician Medical Office Administration Career Seminar: Sat., Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor.

PHYSICIAN MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
MOA 100/$1999 (includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials)

Today’s complex administrative and third party reimbursement environment requires that health care administrators have a detailed understanding of multiple industry business issues. This 120-hour Physician Medical Office Administration program combines the necessary skills of a medical billing and coding professional with the unique operational and customer service requirements of a Medical Assistant Administration professional. Program includes: medical records, greeting patients, billing and clerical; scheduling appointments; documenting vital signs (e.g., blood pressures, pulse, respiration, and temperature); performing simple lab tests; preparing patients for examination; as well as other duties. Additionally, this program covers: reviewing hospital records; calculating charges for a patient’s hospital stay; collecting physician charges and patient data to ensure that claims are submitted to insurance carriers accurately; determining codes for physician’s procedures and diagnoses - using ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding protocols for third party billing purposes; and other skills. After obtaining the suggested practical work experience (6 months to 2 years) through this program, students could be qualified to sit for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) - Certified Professional Coder Exam (CPC or CPC-H Apprentice); the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam; and/or other National Certification Exams. Class meets Mon., Wed. and some Saturdays.
CC Mon./Wed. 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 14-Jan. 13, 2010 and Sat., 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Oct. 24, Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 19 and Jan. 9, 2010 (no classes Nov. 25, Dec. 28, 30) (30 sessions)

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Ophthalmic Assistant and Dental Assistant Career Seminar: Wed., Sept. 16, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor.
ORIENTATION AND ASSESSMENT Pre-Nursing Assessment and Practice Test Prep Saturday, Sept. 12, 10:00 a.m.- 12 noon

DENTAL ASSISTANT
DEA 100/$1199 (includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials)

at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd Floor (See map page 48). For more information, call (718) 960-8512

OPHTHALMIC ASSISTANT
OPA 100/$900 (includes textbooks, registration fee, certificate fee and materials)

The 70-hour Ophthalmic Assistant program prepares students for entry-level positions in Ophthalmology. Through classroom lecture, this program includes: anatomy and physiology of the eye; general principles of pharmacology; prescriptions written for the eye; visual acuity; and tonometry (basic) and glaucoma. Also includes a review of ocular dressing procedures; maintenance of equipment and instruments and other areas. Note: Although this program does not include a clinical rotation or national or state certification as part of its overall objectives, it meets the requirements of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), and the AAO’s Ophthalmic Medical Assisting Exam - which students may take after meeting certain work experience requirements.
CC Mon./Wed., 6:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m., Oct. 14– Dec. 23 (no class Nov. 25) (20 sessions)

The 80-hour Dental Assistant program prepares students for entry-level positions in Dental Assisting. The course familiarizes students with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provides training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in dental practice. The course covers the following key areas/topics: the history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines as well as an introduction to oral anatomy; dental operatory; dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure; primary and permanent teeth; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand-pieces; sterilization; and other areas. In addition to entry-level administrative jobs, this course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program.
CC Tues./Thurs., 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Oct. 20– Jan. 19, 2010 (no classes Nov. 26, Dec. 29, 31) (23 sessions)

Pre-Nursing Assessment and Practice Test Prep (C-NET)
NUR 102/$310 (materials and texts not included)

This course is designed to measure the competencies required for success in a program leading to licensure as a practical/vocational nurse (LPN/LVN). Based upon standards set forth by the Center for Nursing Education and Testing, Inc. (C-NET), the course is divided into three basic areas: Section 1 helps students learn test-taking techniques and master reading; Section 2 covers mathematics and Section 3 reviews language including vocabulary, spelling and grammar. Students take diagnostic practice tests throughout the course to chart their progress and receive guidance on the variety of educational programs open to them once they pass the C-NET exam. (Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED.) Students must attend an orientation and assessment on Saturday, Sept. 12, 10:00 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse.
CC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (11 sessions) Andrea Johnson, M.D.

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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT NURSE TECHNICIAN
(PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN/ ASSOCIATE) PCT/PCA In the growing field of health care more and more trained professionals are required to meet the needs of hospitals, nursing homes and medical centers. The Nurse Technician (Patient Care Technician/Associate) Program trains students for positions as advanced nursing assistants. Upon completion, students are eligible to take the National Certification exam. Prerequisites: Students must have a high school diploma or GED and must be able to speak and read English. Admission Policy: Applicants must attend an orientation and assessment prior to admission: Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. or Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor. The health care industry is a growth area for those seeking a professional career. Certified Nursing Assistants work directly with patients and their families providing quality patient care. Duties include: helping with getting dressed, bathing, feeding, toileting, taking vital signs, catheter care, assisting with ambulation, range of motion exercises, and moving patients to bed and from bed to wheelchair. The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program provides New York State-approved training for those seeking employment as CNAs in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and home health agencies. Admission Policy: Applicants must have a reading level of 8th grade or higher and must attend an orientation and assessment: Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. or Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor. Required Courses: Anatomy and Physiology Students study the body systems and their function in health and in illness. This course provides an understanding of how the body systems work together and depend on one another to maintain homeostasis. It is designed to provide beginning students with the background knowledge to allow them to function effectively as a member of the health care team and to advance to other levels in the health care field. (50 hours) Fundamentals of Patient Care Students are taught to recognize the needs of individualized patient care and to identify and select the appropriate skills and perform them in a safe and timely manner. Students receive instructor-demonstrated skills and exhibit learning by return demonstration and supervised practice. (50 hours) Internship This internship is designed to allow the student to apply the skills learned in the classroom to an actual clinical setting. Students demonstrate an understanding of nursing principles that ensure safe, knowledgeable, skilled care and, under the supervision of the instructor, provide this care to assigned clients. (30 hours - schedule to be determined by the coordinator).

NURSE TECHNICIAN NTE 100
Required Courses
CNA 100 CPR 100 EKG 100 PLB 100 Certified Nursing Assistant CPR for Health Care Providers
(see page 16)

Electrocardiography
(see page. 16)

Phlebotomy (see page 16)

Total hours: 184 hours

Certified Nursing Assistant
CNA 100/$995 (materials and texts not included)

CC CC

Sec. 1: Mon.-Thurs., 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 21-Nov. 18 (no classes Sept. 28, Sec. 2: Mon.-Thurs., 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 26-Nov. 30 (no class Nov.26) (20

Oct. 12) (33 sessions) sessions)

ORIENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS Certified Nursing Assistant Nurse Technician EKG Technician Phlebotomy Technician Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. and Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m.- 12 noon
at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd Floor (See map page 48). For more information, call (718) 960-8512

www.lehman.edu/ce

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ALLIED HEALTH
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY

TECHNICIAN

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN

ORIENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS Certified Nursing Assistant Nurse Technician EKG Technician Phlebotomy Technician Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. and Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m.- 12 noon
at CUNY on the Concourse, 3rd Floor (See map page 48). For more information, call (718) 960-8512

Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) technicians prepare patients for testing on ECG machines and Holter monitors and also assist physicians with ECG stress testing. They take patient histories and administer actual ECGs for physicians to interpret. ECG technicians work in a variety of medical settings including hospitals, nursing homes, physicians’ offices and clinics. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Prerequisite: Current NYS Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or LPN. Students must attend an orientation:Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. or Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor. Note: Coordinator’s permission is required for students that are not current NYS CNA or LPN. Both EKG 100 and CPR 100 must
be completed in order to receive certification.

Phlebotomy technicians collect blood specimens for the diagnosis and treatment of patients using venipuncture. They work in a variety of medical settings including hospitals, nursing homes, blood banks, physicians' offices and clinics. Students may register for individual courses or complete the certificate program. Prerequisite: Current NYS Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or LPN. Students must attend an orientation: Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. or Friday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a.m. at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor. Note: Coordinator’s permission is required for students that are not current NYS CNA or LPN. Both EKG 100 and CPR 100 must
be completed in order to receive certification.

CPR for Health Care Providers
CPR 100/$80 (materials and texts not included)

Required Courses
PLB 100 CPR 100 Phlebotomy CPR for Health Care Providers

Required Courses
EKG 100 CPR 100 Electrocardiography CPR for Health Care Providers

This course meets the requirements for National Certification for CPR from the American Heart Association (AHA). Students learn how to respond to emergencies involving infants, children and adults. They are introduced to lifesaving techniques, rescue breathing, one- and two-person cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and abdominal thrusts. Textbook must be brought to class. 0.7 CEU
CC Sec 1: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Sept. 26 (1 session) CC Sec 2: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Oct. 24 (1 session)

Electrocardiography
EKG 100/$330 (materials and texts not included)

Phlebotomy
PLB 100/$330 (materials and texts not included)

This course introduces students to the techniques necessary to perform a twelve-lead resting electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG). They learn about normal rhythm and arrhythmia, basic cardiac physiology, electrophysiology, and how to troubleshoot technical problems. Upon completion, the student will be eligible to take the National Certification Exam. 2.9 CEU
CC Sec. 1: Mon./Wed., 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Sept. 21-Oct. 7 (no class Sept. 28) (5 sessions) CC Sec. 2: Mon./Wed., 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 26-Nov. 18 (8 sessions)

An introduction for LPNs, CNAs and other patient-care professionals to the basic procedures used for obtaining blood from veins and capillaries. The course also provides skills improvement for those already employed in the profession. Students learn the appropriate way to use the equipment and the different types of blood tubes and draws. Upon completion, the students are eligible to take the National Certification Exam. 2.9 CEU Sec. 1: Tues./Thurs., 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. CC (includes 30 minute break), Sept. 22-Oct. 6 (5 sessions) Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs., 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., CC Oct. 27-Nov. 19 (8 sessions)

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HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
One of the rapidly growing fields in health care today is medical billing and coding. As a result, there is a greater need for competent professionals. Lehman College offers career-oriented individuals four certificate programs designed to prepare them for this challenging field.
Admission Requirements: Students must have a high school diploma or GED and have completed EDP 07 (see page 8) or have basic computer skills. Students who do not meet the requirements may be required to take appropriate course(s).

PHYSICIANS’ OFFICE BILLING
Physicians’ Office Billing offers the basic skills needed to solve billing problems; how to file claims; complete common insurance forms; trace delinquent claims; appeal denied claims; and use generic forms to streamline billing procedures for physician services in doctors’ offices, clinics and other medical facilities. Required Courses
MRP 80 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I (see page 18) MRP 64 Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (see page 19) MRP 65 Computerized Medical Billing
(see page 19)

MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIAN MEDICAL RECORD CODER HOSPITAL BILLING AND CODING
Hospital Billing and Coding is a comprehensive program that provides students with the skills necessary to navigate the complexities of coding methodologies as they relate to inpatient and outpatient hospital billing and coding. The program is further enhanced by an internship in ICD-9-CM coding. Key topics include how to manually file claims; trace delinquent claims; appeal denied claims; monitor compliance with regulations; and to extract coding information from the medical record. Students may apply for a combined certificate in Hospital Billing and Coding OR a certificate in Medical Record Coder or Medical Record Technician. Students in this program become proficient in both ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 coding. The program offers preparation for the CCA and CPC exams after obtaining two-three years of work experience. In addition, students could be qualified to sit for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) - Certified Professional Coder – Hospital Exam (CPC-H); the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Specialists (CCS) exam; and/or other National Certification Exams after a recommended six months to two years of work experience. NOTE: CORE requirements cannot be waived.

MRP 50 Medical/Surgical Office Procedures (see page 19)

Medical Record Technician
Required Courses
MRP 80 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I (see page 18) MRP 81 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II (see page 18) MRP 18 Medical Record Science (see page 18)

Medical Record Coder

FREE CAREER SEMINARS
Physicians’ Office Billing, Medical Record Coder/ Technician Hospital Billing and Coding Saturday, August 29 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and Tuesday, September 1 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
at Lehman College, Carman Hall 129
For more information, call (718) 960-8512

Required Courses
MRP 80 MRP 81 MRP 18 MRP 90 MRP 09 MRP 15 MRP 14 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I (see page 18) Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II (see page 18) Medical Record Science (see page 18) Human Diseases (see page 18) (CORE) ICD-9-CM Coding (see page 18) (CORE) Coding for Physician Services: CPT-4 HCPCS LEVEL 2 (see page 19) (CORE) Coding Internship (see page 18) (CORE)

Hospital Billing and Coding
Required Courses:
MRP 80 MRP 81 MRP 18 MRP 90 MRP 09 MRP 15 MRP 14 MRP 64 MRP 65 Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I (see page 18) Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II (see page 18) Medical Record Science (see page 18) Human Diseases (see page 18) ICD-9-CM Coding (see page 18) Coding for Physician Services: CPT-4 HCPCS LEVEL 2 (see page 19) (CORE) Coding Internship (see page 18) (CORE) Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (see page 19) (CORE) Computerized Medical Billing (see page 19)

www.lehman.edu/ce

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Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology I
MRP 80/$260

Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology II
MRP 81/$370

Human Diseases (CORE)
MRP 90/$280

Prepares those with no medical background to understand the language used by physicians and other medical professionals. The presentation of anatomy, physiology and pathology is organized by body systems and requires the memorization of prefixes, roots and suffixes and their meanings, enabling the student to analyze and understand the terminology applied to the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the human body, reproductive and urinary systems. Clinical procedures, laboratory tests and abbreviations related to each body system are explained to give the student comprehensive understanding. Textbook must be brought to first class. 3 CEU
CC

This course, a continuation of MRP 80, expands the student’s knowledge of anatomy, physiology, diseases, medical terms and abbreviations pertaining to the following body systems: digestive; musculoskeletal; nervous; respiratory; cardiovascular; hemic and lymphatic; endocrine; skin and sense organs. (Prerequisite: MRP 80) Textbook must be brought to first class. 4.7 CEU
LC Sec. 1: Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 17-Dec. 17 (no classes Oct. 22, Nov. 26) (12 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sept. 19Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (12 sessions)

This intensive medical science course is designed for individuals who are currently working in or planning to work in medical records coding and medical billing. Students learn about healthy human body systems and how the disease process affects the functioning of these systems. Biology, disease symptoms, pathology and treatment methods are covered. (Prerequisites: MRP 80, MRP 81.) Textbook must be brought to first class. 3.0 CEU
LC Fri., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 25-Dec. 4 (no class Nov. 27) (10 sessions) Joseph A. Fedrick, M.D., Ph.D., C.T.R.

Coding Internship (CORE)
MRP 14/$395*

Medical Record Science (CORE)
MRP 18/$350

Sec. 1: Mon., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 21-Dec. 7 (no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12) (10 sessions)

LC * Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions)

*2 sesssions to be held at CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd floor.

This course introduces health record content and assembly, numbering, indexing and filing systems, record maintenance and control. It includes medico-legal requirements (HIPAA) and data abstracting of medical records for health information transmissions (statistics, research and medical correspondence) as well as an understanding of various types of medical records. This knowledge is essential to those planning to work in any health care setting. (Prerequisites: MRP 80. Corequisite: MRP 81.) 3.6 CEU
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 16-Nov. 25 (no class Oct. 14) (11 sessions) Paul Gaudio, RHIA, Director, Health Information Management, Norwalk Hospital.

Offers hands-on training with Encoder (computer) and experience in coding ICD-9-CM using current medical records in a hospital setting. Includes an introduction to DRGs and sequencing of multiple diagnoses and procedures for reimbursement. Enrollment limited: Students enrolled in the Hospital Biller and Coder Certificate Program are given priority. (Prerequisites: MRP 18, MRP 80, MRP 81, MRP 90, MRP 09 or completion of RHIT program. Registration deadline: Aug. 13 (sec. 1) or Oct. 1 (sec. 2). Health clearance is required prior to the start of the internship. The hospitals require that each student complete the following forms: physical examination, immunization and personnel. For further information, call (718)960-8512. 4.6 CEU
Sec. 1: Tues./Thurs, 6:30 p.m.-9:40 p.m., Aug. 27-Oct. 8 (12 sessions) Frank Meliota, CCS, CCSP, CTR, supervising medical records specialist, Jacobi Medical Center. Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs, 6:30 p.m.-9:40 p.m., Oct. 13-Nov. 19 (12 sessions) Luz Ruiz, CCS, Jacobi Medical Center. To be held in a hospital medical record department. * Tuition includes internship site insurance.

ICD-9-CM Coding (CORE)
MRP 10/ PART 1: $315 MRP 11/ PART 2: $275

For those who wish to become ICD-9-CM coders but who have little or no experience or training in this coding system. The areas of study are coding of uncomplicated diseases and surgical procedures; surgical identification and coding of complications and comorbidities for data reporting and reimbursement purposes. NOTE: Parts 1 and 2 must be completed in the same semester for course credit. (Prerequisites: MRP 80, MRP 81, MRP 90.) Textbook must be brought to first class. 6.9 CEU
LC PART 1: Mon./Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 24-Nov. 9 (no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12) (12 sessions) Frank Meliota, CCS, CCS-P, CTR, supervising medical records specialist, Jacobi Medical Center. LC PART 2: Mon./Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Nov. 12 -Dec. 21 (no class Nov. 26) (11 sessions) Frank Meliota, CCS, CCS-P, CTR, supervising medical records specialist, Jacobi Medical Center.

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Coding for Physician Services: CPT-4 and HCPCS LEVEL 2 (CORE)
MRP 15/$340

Computerized Medical Billing
MRP 65/$280

This course provides the skills necessary to code procedures for physicians’ services rendered in all health care settings: physicians’ offices; hospitals; nursing homes; emergency rooms; clinics; interventional radiology; etc., utilizing the latest CPT methodology and text. It is essential for all physician billing. Also included is a general overview on updated requirements for reporting professional services via HCPCS LEVEL 2 and MODIFIERS for the Federal Government as well as general diagnostic coding for insurance companies and other third-party payers for claims processing. (Prerequisites: MRP 80, MRP 81. Suggested corequisite: MRP 90.) Textbook must be brought to first class. 3.6 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 12-Dec. 19 (no classes Sept. 19, Nov. 28) (13 sessions) Junior Walcott, RHIA.

This course, featuring the Medical Manager program, provides the skills necessary to perform patient and insurance billing, electronic claims submission, and payment reconciliation. Instructor-supervised practice is included. Enrollment limited: one student per PC. (Prerequisites: MRP 64 and basic handson computer experience.) Textbook and 3 1/2 inch HD diskette must be brought to first class. 3.3 CEU
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (11 sessions) Traci Ann Campbell

FREE CAREER SEMINARS
Physicians’ Office Billing, Medical Record Coder/ Technician Hospital Billing and Coding Saturday, August 29 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and Tuesday, September 1 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
at Lehman College, Carman Hall 129
For more information, call (718) 960-8512

Medical / Surgical Office Procedures
MRP 50/$280

Medical Billing: Inpatient, Outpatient and Physicians’ Offices (CORE)
MRP 64/$370

This course provides the professional and technical skills required to confidently complete and prepare all billing forms for inpatient confinements, outpatient treatment and physicians’ services. Students gain practical knowledge of registration procedures and insurance information. Reimbursement practices are defined to include DRGs (Diagnostic Related Groups), fee-forservice, negotiated rates, bundled rates, etc. Instruction is in compliance with Federal and State regulations employed by Medicare, Medicaid, other third party insurers, managed care/HMOs, to include no fault, Workers’ Compensation and self payers. Collection, follow-up and audit procedures to conduct analytical review of all claims for optimal reimbursement are studied. The course also covers emergency room, ambulatory surgery and physician billing utilizing the HCFA 1500 and UB92 claim forms with the use of ICD-9-CM and CPT-4. Textbook must be brought to first class. (No prerequisite.) 4.0 CEU
LC Wed., 6:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 16-Dec. 16 (no classes Oct. 14, Nov. 25) (12 sessions) Roy Lim, Billing manager.

This course provides instruction in medical/surgical office procedures: front desk management; initiating and maintaining medical records; patient scheduling; surgical booking and pre-certification; reviewing patient demographics and insurance; managed care contracts and HMO referrals processing; introduction to claims processing to insurance companies, including billing, posting, claims submission, bank deposits and follow-up on insurance payments. (No prerequisite.) 3.3 CEU
LC Tues., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 22-Dec. 8 (no class Sept. 29) (11 sessions) Madeline Mirabal, CPC, billing manager, Neurosurgery Dept., Montefiore Medical Center.

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

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ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE
ALCOHOLISM AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (CASAC)
There is a great demand for credentialed alcoholism and substance abuse counselors (CASACs) who have a sound clinical foundation as well as sensitivity to the diversity of the client population. The program is designed for health and human services professionals, educators, clergy, and employee assistance personnel who wish to enter or advance in the field.

The Certificate Program
Satisfactory completion of a required number of hours of education/training, supervised practical training, and documented work experience will enable an individual to sit for the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS-OASAS) written examination to obtain the Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) designation. Credential applicants are required to document 350 clock hours of course work covering 4 categories of knowledge. Assistance in identifying resources for the supervised practical training hours is provided.

To earn the Lehman College Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate, students must (1) complete all required courses with a grade of “C” or better; (2) attend at least 80 percent of classroom instruction for each course; and (3) maintain an overall grade average of “B.” A certificate of completion is awarded after satisfactory completion of each course. This training is provided under New York State OASAS Provider # AI 0157.

Required Courses A. Knowledge of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (85 hours) ASC 01 Overview of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (40 hours) ASC 02 Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (45 hours) B. Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counseling (150 hours) ASC 24 ASC 26 ASC 27 ASC 28 Counseling Issues I: Individual and Group Counseling (45 hours) Human Growth and Development (30 hours) Counseling Issues II: The Family, Relapse Prevention and Vocational Education (40 hours) (offered spring 2010) Counseling Issues III: Communicable Diseases and Special Populations (35 hours) (offered summer 2010)

C. Assessment, Clinical Evaluation, Treatment Planning, Case Management and Patient, Family & Community Education (70 hours) ASC 31 Treatment Planning, Clinical Record Keeping and Discharge Planning (30 hours) (offered spring 2010) ASC 33 Assessment, Evaluation, Case Management and Referral (40 hours) D. Professional & Ethical Responsibility & Documentation (45 hours) ASC 42 Professional and Ethical Responsibilities and the Counselor/Client Relationship (45 hours) (offered summer 2010)

Admission Policy All applications should be submitted no later than September 4. Applicants will be notified of their status after applications have been reviewed by the coordinator of the program. An interview may be required. For individuals who have been affected by alcoholism or any chemical addiction, it is strongly recommended that there have been a period of two years of uninterrupted recovery in order to be prepared for the personal and professional rigors of an intensive, extended program. Recredentialing Information For recredentialing information, please contact Robert Charles Wright, LMSW, CASAC, Program Coordinator at (718)960-8864.

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ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Overview of Alcohol and Substance Abuse
ASC 01/$375

Counseling Issues I: Individual and Group Counseling
ASC 24/$420

Assessment, Evaluation, Case Management and Referral
ASC 33/$375

This course provides an overview of basic knowledge of alcoholism and substance abuse. Special attention is given to physical and pharmacological effects of alcohol and other substances of abuse and the interactive role of these effects on the dynamics of addiction. 40 hours, 4 CEU
LC Mon., 6:30 p.m.-9:35 p.m., Sept. 14-Dec. 21, (no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12) (13 sessions) John Gordon, CASAC.

Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
ASC 02/$420

The theories and practices of counseling the alcohol and substance abuser in both individual and group settings are addressed. Topics include the definition of the group counseling process, selection and establishment of the group structure and the time frame for maximizing group dynamics. Individual counseling issues such as client-counselor dynamics are explored along with guidelines for establishing client-counselor contracts. (Prerequisites: ASC 01: Overview of Alcohol and Substance Abuse and ASC 02: Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse or permission of the program coordinator.) 45 hours, 4.5 CEU LC
Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 15-Jan. 5 (no classes Sept. 29, Dec. 29) (15 sessions) Robert Charles Wright, LMSW, CASAC.

This course focuses on clinical assessment and evaluation and their impact on case management and the referral process. Interviewing techniques and instruments used in assessment and case management are covered. The role of the CASAC counselor in the larger context of social and other human services delivery systems is addressed. (Prerequisites: ASC 01, ASC 02, and ASC 31.) 40 hours, 4 CEU
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:35 p.m., Sept. 16-Dec. 16 (no class Oct. 14) (13 sessions) Robert Charles Wright, LMSW, CASAC.

This course provides basic instruction in the diversity of alcoholism and substance abuse intervention and treatment approaches including school and community-based intervention programs, inpatient treatment and rehabilitation programs, residential treatment programs, detoxification services, medically supervised ambulatory drug-free treatment programs, methadone maintenance, psychotherapy, acupuncture, and self-help principles. (Prerequisite: ASC 01: Overview of Alcohol and Substance Abuse or permission of the program coordinator.) 45 hours, 4.5 CEU LC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 17-Jan. 14 (no classes Nov. 26, Dec. 24, 31) (15 sessions) Rory Gilbert, MSW.

Human Growth and Development
ASC 26/$285

Physical growth and psychological development from the prenatal period through late adulthood are studied. The relationship between life-span development and alcohol and substance abuse issues is addressed. Undergraduate or graduate courses in this area might be accepted for CASAC credentialing; therefore students are advised to consult with the program coordinator prior to enrolling. (No prerequisite.) 30 hours, 3.6 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Susan Kaskowitz, MSW, CSW.

FREE CAREER SEMINARS Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor

Saturday, August 22
10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and

Wednesday, September 2
6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
at Lehman College, Carman Hall 129 For more information, call (718) 960-8512

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CHILD CARE
Lehman offers a program based upon the nationally recognized Child Development Associate (CDA) Competency Standards for Preschool Children. Successful completion of this program is a first step towards receiving a credential from the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition. Program participants can complete the Child Care Certificate in two or three semesters (125 hours in eight content areas, which include the thirteen functional areas of the CDA Competency Standards*). Students enrolled in the program receive help in preparing for the assessment process leading to the CDA credential. * NOTE: In addition to the education requirement, which this certificate fulfills, students must meet a 480-hour field experience requirement to earn a CDA credential. To earn the certificate in Child Care, students must complete the eight required topics with a 70 percent average on exams and projects and attend at least 80 percent of classroom instruction for each course. Participants may start the program in any term. Classes meet twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Admission requirements: High school diploma or GED. Applicants who do not have a high school diploma or GED may apply to have this requirement waived with permission of the program coordinator. Note: No student is eligible to seek a CDA credential until proof of a high school diploma or GED is submitted. Students are also required to demonstrate proficiency in writing. (This will be evaluated by either the Certificate Program Application statement or the instructor/coordinator). Participants who do not meet the writing proficiency may be referred to an appropriate course. Total program tuition: $1085 (125 hours). Tuition may be paid by semester. Certificate Program tuition may be paid in two payments as follows: CHILD CARE: FALL PROGRAM and CHILD CARE: SPRING PROGRAM CCP 100A/$600 (69 hours) CCP 101/$485 (56 hours) CCP 100B/$310 (36 hours)* *For students who completed CCP 102 summer 2009 program ONLY. NOTE: Financial aid may be available to program participants. Participants in Early Childhood field may be eligible for NYS Educational Incentive Scholarship Program EIP grant. For more information: www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu or call 1-800-295-9616. Please allow 4-6 weeks for the application process; apply online for quicker processing.

FAMILY DAY CARE
An Introduction to the Business of Family Day Care
CCP 110/$30

Learn what it takes to start a Family Day Care business. Topics include: The Need for Family Day Care Basic Training Requirements Licensing Regulations & Application Process Zoning Budgeting Insurances Recordkeeping
CC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m., Sept. 12 (1 session)

Family Day Care Program
CCP 120/$275

Introduction to Family Day/Child Care covers how to start a Family Day/Child Care business in the home including: the application process and licensing regulations; relationships with parents/families; Family Day/Child Care as a small business; and how to prepare a safe and appropriate program. The topic of professionalism is also covered. A training certificate is available to students who successfully complete the 30-hour program. Classes will meet twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
CC Mon., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. and Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Nov. 7 (no classes Sept. 28 (10 sessions) Cheryl Seeley, M.S. Ed.

CHILD CARE: FALL PROGRAM CCP 100A/$600 (69 hours) Classes will meet twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Topics include: Principles of Child Growth and Development Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Development Planning a Safe, Healthy Learning Environment Promoting Children’s Physical and Intellectual Development
CC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 23-Dec. 2 and Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 19, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (no class Nov. 28) (23 sessions)

Recommended Courses:

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting
CAP 01/$25 OR CAP 10/$25 (online)
(see page 30 for course description) LC Sec. 1: Sat., 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Aug. 29. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 17. LC Sec. 3: Sat., 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Dec. 5.

FREE CAREER SEMINAR Child Care and Family Day Care Saturday, August 29 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at CUNY on the Concourse 3rd floor (see map on page 48)

Assistant Teaching Review &Test Prep – ATAS
ATP 10/$130 (includes materials)
(see page 30 for course description) LC Sat., 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (includes 20 minute break) Mar. 21-Apr. 4 (3 sessions) Anne Kover, N.Y.S. certified teacher.

CCP 100B/$310 (36 hours)* Topics include: Promoting Children’s Physical and Intellectual Development Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Development
CC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Oct. 31 and Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 28-Dec. 2 (12 sessions) *For students who completed CCP 102 summer 2009 program ONLY.

For more information, call (718) 960-8512
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND CREDENTIALING
Frontline workers in public and private health, education and human services agencies are being offered training to reorient the way they work with families. This approach emphasizes the strengths and resources of families to empower them for long-lasting change. New York State agencies and Cornell University developed the Family Development Training and Credentialing Program (FDC). The 90-hour interactive course and portfolio development components are for home visitors, caseworkers, therapy aides, community health workers, teacher aides and other human services workers. The Family Development Credential is awarded upon successful completion of the training course, portfolio and an examination. This 15-week program will be held on Fridays, beginning Oct. 2, 2009, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Tuition is $900; the fee for the credentialing exam is $250. For additional information and permission to register, please call Phyllis Rafti, Program Coordinator, at (718) 960-8512.

ADMINISTRATIVE/ EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
In today’s competitive job market individuals need not only excellent computer skills, but also the ability to write and speak well and to present a professional, polished appearance. The Administrative Assistant Certificate offers participants the opportunity to acquire these skills. Required Courses:*
EDP 07 Introduction to Microcomputing
(see page 8)

WORKSHOPS & COURSES

How to Start a “Green” Business
PDW 11/$40

Interested in starting a “green” business or making your existing business “greener?” This two-day seminar presents easy, practical and inexpensive options for creating an environmentally sensitive business. Leading “green” business owners are on-hand to answer discuss their ventures and answer your questions.
LC Tues., 7:15 p.m. – 9:15 p.m., Nov. 10, 17 (2 sessions) Les Judd, president and founder, Green Boroughs.

CBS 78 Microsoft Word (see page 8) CFM 47 Microsoft Excel 2007 (see page 8) CBS 26 Business Writing Essentials
(see page 33)

Notary Public Exam Preparation
NTP 10/$85

CBS 27 Speaking with Confidence
(see page 8)

CAR 01 Career Development and Your Professional Image (see page 33) *NOTE: Students who can demonstrate proficiency in computer classes may subsitute appropriate courses with coordinator’s permission.

Tuition for this course is to be paid by credit card or money order only. (See page 25 for course description)
LC Sec. 1: Fri., 6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 16, 23 (2 sessions) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public. CC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Nov. 14 (1 session) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public.

Recommended Courses:
EDP 18 Advanced Microsoft Word and Excel
(see page 9)

EDP 19 Microsoft PowerPoint (see page 8)

EMPOWERMENT SKILLS FOR LEADERS CREDENTIALING
This professional development training program is designed for agency supervisors, directors and managers interested in using empowerment-based leadership in their organizations. The program provides an experiential and collaborative setting for leaders to share and learn from each other based on the family development principles that are the basis of the Family Development Training and Credentialing Program (FDC). The approach emphasizes the strengths and resources of families to empower them for long-lasting change. The program consists of 33 hours of interactive classroom study and an additional 3 hours for Leadership Portfolio review. There is no exam; credentials are issued by Cornell University, developer of the curriculum, after approval of the final portfolio. This 12-week program will be held Fridays, beginning Oct. 2, 2009, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tuition is $400. The credentialing fee is $200. For additional information and permission to register, please call Phyllis Rafti, Program Coordinator, at (718) 960-8512.

Certificate requirements: Student must complete six required courses with a grade of “C” or better with 80 percent attendance in each course. Admission requirements: High school diploma or GED.

NEW

PMP® Project Management Exam Prep Course On-Line $699

(see page 37 for course description)

WEDDING PLANNER CERTIFICATE
Wedding Planner Certificate Course
WPC 01/$895*

N E W Courses/Certificate
On-Line $699
(see page 37 for course description)

Non-Profit Management

Become a recognized Professional Certified Wedding Planner! The Wedding Planning Certification Course includes planning, coordinating and directing weddings, as well as, a study of business structure, documentation information, contracts, how to work with vendors, marketing and how to work with prospective brides and grooms. *Fee includes text book, online access in addition to classroom instruction, testing and national certification from the Wedding Planning Institute. 4.8 CEU
Tues., 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Oct. 13-Dec. 15 (10 sessions) Offered in partnership with Bronx Community College at 181st Street Unversity Avenue campus.

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Spanish for Health Care
LSP 22/$260

(See page 32 for course description)
CC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Dec. 8 (10 sessions) Jose Cenac, language specialist.

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Spanish for Legal/Court Professionals
LSP 24/$260

(See page 32 for course description)
CC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 1-Dec. 10 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) Jose Cenac, language specialist.

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

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PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE
INSURANCE PRE-LICENSING
Property and Casualty Insurance: New York State License Preparation Course
INS 35/$795

CERTIFIED LICENSED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSISTANT (C.L.E.B.A.)
The scope and costs of employee benefits programs have increased. They are now an integral part of the employee compensation program and trained specialists are needed within the human resources department and in other organizations. Skilled employees are also needed in insurance companies, brokerage offices, doctors and hospital offices etc. The certificate program for the Certified Licensed Employee Benefits Assistant provides training for business/human resources management students, individuals working in the human resources or insurance fields, or individuals looking for a career change. It includes the principles, terminology, design, operations, administration and distribution of employee benefit plans. To earn a certificate, participants must complete: Principles and Practices in Insurance and Pension Benefits, the New York State License Preparation courses in Life Insurance and Accident and Health Insurance (and pass or have passed the NYS Licensing exam for Life Insurance and Accident and Health Insurance). NOTE: Students can complete courses in any order.

The Insurance Agent and Broker’s Course is for individuals preparing to qualify for the New York State insurance license examination. This course, approved by the New York State Insurance Department, meets the education requirements for the New York State examination for licensing as an agent (#115 Insurance Law) and as a broker (#119 Insurance Law). NOTE: Students are required to attend 100 percent of instructional sessions. Highlights of the program include: general principles; fire insurance; automobile insurance; general liability; workers’ compensation; burglary; fidelity and surety bonding; the insurance law; marine insurance; miscellaneous casualty policies; and health and accident insurance policies. Textbooks must be brought to first class. 9 CEU
LC Mon./Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. and Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 21-Dec. 14 (no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12, Oct. 14, Nov. 26) (33 sessions) Sol J. Oberman, CPCU.

Principles and Practices in Insurance and Pension Benefits
EBA 100/$195

This course covers health, dental, disability, and life insurance plans, pensions and retirement programs, executive compensation, public insurance and pensions under social security, the legal environment. Articles from Contemporary business media illustrate the principles using real world examples. 2.5 CEU
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 7-Nov. 28 (no class Oct. 14) (7 sessions) Hal Kalkstein, MBA, MS, instructor Lehman College.

Life Insurance and Accident and Health: New York State License Preparation Courses:
INS 21/$190 Life Insurance
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Oct. 31 (6 sessions) Peter Heisler, CFP®, CLU.

Life Insurance and Accident and Health Insurance: New York State License Preparation Courses
These courses are approved by the New York State Insurance Department as fulfilling the pre-licensing educational requirement for taking the N.Y.S. Life Insurance Agent and Accident and Health Insurance Agent licensing examinations. INS 21/$190 Life Insurance
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Oct. 31 (6 sessions) Peter Heisler, CFP®, CLU.

INS 22/$190 Accident and Health Insurance
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Nov. 7-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (6 sessions) Peter Heisler, CFP®, CLU.

INS 22/$190 Accident and Health

Insurance
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Nov. 7-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (6 sessions) Peter Heisler, CFP®, CLU.

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PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE
FREE CAREER SEMINARS Insurance, Certified Licensed Employee Benefits Assistant Wednesday, September 9 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at Lehman College, Carman Hall 1st Floor - room 129 For more information, call (718) 960-8512

IRS ENROLLED AGENT PREPARATION PROGRAM
An Enrolled Agent is a tax professional who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants, are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, which types of tax matters they can handle and which IRS offices they can practice before. The program fulfills the educational requirements of the Internal Revenue Service to sit for the Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) which is a three-part examination. Those who pass both the examination and a background check are then designated Enrolled Agents. Students who do not have an accounting background should enroll in CFM 43: Fundamentals of Accounting (see page 4).Classes meet Tuesdays/Thursdays at Lehman College.

IRS Enrolled Agent Preparation Program
ENR 100/$900
LC Tues./Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:35 p.m., Sept. 8-Dec. 22 (no class Nov. 26) (30 sessions) Deo Singh, C.P.A.

Program Topics:
Individual Income Taxes Business and Wealth Transfer Taxes Practice and Procedures

Individual Income Taxes
An in-depth analysis of the rules and regulations governing the preparation of individual income taxes. It includes sources of income, allocation of income, adjustments and deductions, credits and alternative minimum tax. (Prerequisite: CFM 43 or equivalent course or experience.) 3.6 CEU

Notary Public Exam Preparation
NTP 10/$85

Business Taxes

and

Wealth

Transfer

Tuition for this course is to be paid by credit card or money order only. This workshop helps participants prepare for the New York State Notary Public Exam. Topics include duties and functions, laws, terminology, and ethics. Copies of notary public license laws are provided. N.Y.S. requires that an applicant be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen at the time of appointment.
LC Sec. 1: Fri., 6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 16, 23 (2 sessions) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public. CC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Nov. 14 (1 session) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public.

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Rules and regulations concerning the taxation of business entities, i.e., individual proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. The wealth transfer taxes consist of gift, estate and trusts. The course also covers the qualifications and filing requirements of exempt organizations. 3.6 CEU

Practice and Procedures
A complete discussion regarding the representation of a client before the Internal Revenue Service. The latter part of the course will be devoted to a review in preparation for the Enrolled Agent Examination. 3.6 CEU

www.lehman.edu/ce

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E NGLII SH AS A S ECOND L A NG U A GE I NS TI TUT E NGL NGU G E TU T
The Lehman College English as a Second Language Institute provides English as a Second Language classes to students whose native language is not English. Classes are taught at all levels from beginning to advanced and cover listening, speaking, reading and writing. All classes are conducted in English. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of each course. Students must take a placement test for appropriate class placement. The test includes: listening, reading as well as comprehension. Fall 2009 Placement Test Schedule:
Saturday, September 12, 11:30 a.m Tuesday, Sept. 15, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 29, 5:30 p.m Thursday, October 8, 5:00 p.m. Saturday, October 10, 11:30 a.m.

The test is given at Lehman College. After test results have been reviewed, students will be assigned to a class. For a test appointment, additional test dates, and information, call (718)960-8924.

Part-Time Classes
ESL I (Beginner)
CLD 20/$245

Intermediate/Advanced Grammar and Writing Workshop
CLD 29/$185

Vocabulary Enrichment
BCS 14/$150

An integrated skills class for beginner level students. Focuses on basic vocabulary and communication skills.
LC Mon./Wed., 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 19Dec. 9 (16 sessions)

A review of grammar topics including conditionals, indirect speech, linkers and sentence structure. Writing instruction focuses on standard five-paragraph essays and vocabulary development. 2.5 CEU
LC Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 15-Dec. 17 (no class Nov. 26) (9 sessions)

Enrich and expand your vocabulary! Learn how to communicate more clearly and effectively. A great class for those who want to improve their communication skills for school or business. This course also helps prepare students for standardized test-taking. (Students must have advanced English language skills.)
LC Wed., 7:35 p.m.-9:35 p.m., Oct. 21-Dec. 9 (8 sessions)

ESL II (Intermediate)
CLD 22/$245

An integrated skills class that includes conversation, reading, writing, and grammar review. For students with knowledge of English.
LC Mon./Wed., 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 19Dec. 9 (16 sessions)

Intermediate/Advanced Integrated Skills: Reading, Writing, Grammar &
Conversation
CLD 28/$185

Intermediate/Advanced English Conversation
CLD 26/$185

Skills are practiced at an intermediate/ advanced level. Focus is on listening, speaking, and writing skills. Grammar and vocabulary are practiced as part of writing instructions. (Placement test required) 2.5 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (8 sessions)

Private ESL Lessons
CLD 100/$55 per hour
(1 1/2 hour lesson minimum)

For non-native speakers of English who wish to improve their conversational skills for academic, work-related, or personal reasons. Students should have some knowledge of English vocabulary and grammar. Emphasis is on sustaining an extended conversation, selected grammar, vocabulary and idiomatic expressions. 2.5 CEU
LC Tues., 7:00 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 20-Dec. 15 (9 sessions)

Do you prefer one-on-one instruction? Is there a certain trouble spot in English that you still need to master? Do you feel that individual attention will help you achieve your goals more quickly? If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then perhaps you should consider private lessons arranged by Lehman College. Our highlytrained English as a Second Language teachers will customize the learning process to focus on exactly the skills you need. For more information, call (718) 960-8512.

Accent Reduction
BCS 16/$185

This course is designed to help advanced ESL students reduce foreign language accents. Individual attention and assignments are given in order to increase self-confidence and improve spoken American English. Enrollment limited. 2.5 CEU
LC Sat., 12:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (8 sessions)

Sue Zucker-Scharff

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E N GL I SH AS A S EC O ND L A NG U A GE I NS TI T U T E GLI
The Full-Time Intensive English as a Second Language Program
An intensive program for students whose native language is not English. Classes meet Monday - Thursday from 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. A placement test is required for appropriate class placement*. Tuition: $895 /7 week cycle
* See placement test schedule on page 26.

Improve your reading, writing and speaking skills. Small class size. Experienced teachers. High-tech Language Labs.

2009/2010 Schedule of Classes
F all “ A” Se pt . 22- Nov. 11 “A”
(no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12)

Fall “B” Nov. 17-Jan. 20
(no classes Nov. 26-29 and winter break: Dec. 21-Jan. 3, Jan. 18)

Sue Zucker-Scharff

Computer labs and modern athletic facilities. Historic Bronx campus. A bus, train or car ride away.
Sue Zucker-Scharff

Affordable tuition: It pays to learn at Lehman!

Our program meets the requirements for international students with F-1 visas. Fall “A” students with F-1 visas must report to the program coordinator by Sept. 15th. All students enrolling in the full-time program must be tested for appropriate class placement. To make an individual test appointment and for more information, please contact: Elena Dimond, program coordinator, at 718-960-8924.

www.lehman.edu/ce

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GED PREPARATION
GED PLACEMENT TEST
All students enrolling for GED preparation are assessed for reading ability. Students who score below an 8th grade reading level may be referred to other courses of study. Students who are not native speakers of English may be referred to an ESL (English as a Second Language) class. Assessment forms are distributed at the time of registration. Students must return the assessment forms to Elena Dimond or Betty Asch (Carman Hall, Room 129) by Oct. 1.

High School Equivalency (GED) Preparation
GED 10/$340

Covers the basic areas that are tested on the GED examination such as reading and writing skills and mathematics. Test-taking skills necessary to diffuse anxiety and increase scores on the GED and other important exams are emphasized. Students develop writing skills in preparation for the essay portion of the GED exam. Simulated GED exams are administered.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-1:35 p.m., Oct. 3Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (11 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Tues./Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 13-Dec. 15 (no class Nov. 26) (18 sessions) LC Sec. 3: Tues./Thurs., 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m., Oct. 13-Dec. 15 (no class Nov. 26) (18 sessions)

GED Exam Eligibility
To take the GED exam,you must be 19 years of age at the time you take the exam or you must bring with you, at the time you sit for the exam, a letter from your school giving your discharge date and verifying that you have been out of school for at least one year or that your class has graduated.

Math for the GED (Basic Math Skills)
GED 15/$180

This course is for those who need additional math preparation for the GED exam, as well as for those who need to improve math skills for personal or business reasons. Topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurement, graphs and tables, simple word problems, and the basics of algebra. Problem solving techniques are also covered.
LC Fri., 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Oct. 9-Dec. 18 (no class 11/27) (7 sessions)

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TEST PREPARATION
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE SCHOOL

Test Preparation for New York City Specialized High Schools
YPP 78/$165

Pre-Nursing Assessment and Practice Test Prep (C-NET)
NUR 102/$310 (materials and texts not included)

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Preparation
GRE 12/$335 (textbook not included)

(See page 14 for course description)
CC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (11 sessions) Andrea Johnson, M.D.

This course helps prepare students for the New York City specialized high schools entrance examination for Bronx High School of Science, Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn Technical High School and certain CUNY-based high schools. Verbal and math skills and test-taking strategies are covered. Entering grades 8, 9 in September. Textbook, available in the College Bookstore, must be brought to first class.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Sept. 12-Oct. 10 (no class Sept. 19) (4 sessions)

This GRE preparation course offers quality instruction for a fraction of the cost of a Kaplan or Princeton Review class. Includes a review of all sections of the exam–verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing are covered. The GRE is offered year-round. Textbook must be brought to first class. LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 16-Nov. 25
(no class Oct. 14) (10 sessions) Joel Litwin, test preparation specialist.

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Intensive LAST Preparation
LAST 12/$160

(See page 30 for course description)
LC Sat., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Aug. 29 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until Ocober 17 test date.

Effective Studying and Test-Taking Techniques
YPP 80/$140

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) Preparation
GMA 10/$335 (textbook not included)

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Intensive CST MultiSubject Test Preparation
CST 12/$160

(See page 30 for course description)
LC Sat., 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Sept. 12 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until October 17 test date.

The skills and techniques taught in this course help students become more competent in their academic work and perform better on exams. Areas covered include study skills (how to take notes properly, using time effectively, memory, concentration, listening skills) and test-taking strategies (preparation, stress reduction, answering multiple choice and essay questions). This course is for students who are performing well in school as well as for those experiencing difficulties. Textbook, available in the College Bookstore, must be brought to the first class.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Grades 6-8 LC Sec. 2: Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Grades 9-12

Prepare students for the GMAT at a fraction of the cost of a Kaplan or Princeton Review class. Topics covered include: mathematics, writing, reading comprehension, English usage, critical reasoning and test-taking strategies. A sample GMAT is administered. Textbook must be brought to first class.
Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 15-Nov. 24 (no class Sept. 29) (10 sessions) Gino Zamparo, test preparation specialist.

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Intensive ATS-W (Elementary) Preparation

LC

ATSW 12/$160 (See page 30 for course description)
LC Sat., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Nov. 7 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until December 12 test date.

PROFESSIONAL TEST PREP

NEW

Project Management Exam Prep Course On-Line
$699

Assistant Teaching Review & Test Prep-ATAS
ATP 10/$130

(See page 30 for course description)
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (includes 20 minute break) Sept. 26-Oct. 10 (3 sessions) Anne Kover, N.Y.S. certified teacher.

(See page 37 for more information)

COLLEGE

NEW

Fundamental Payroll Certification Prep
PCP 01

SAT Preparation
YPP 75/$195

Notary Public Exam Preparation
NTP 10/$85

(See page 5 for course description).
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 22-Jan. 19 (no classes Sept. 29, Dec. 29) (16 sessions) Daryl Haley, Payroll Manager, White Plains Hospital Center.

This course helps prepare students for the New SAT-1. All verbal and math topics in the revised exam are covered: writing, including the essay and questions on grammar and usage; critical reading and math, including topics from third-year college prep math. Test-taking strategies are included. Required for first class: Barron’s The SAT (24th edition) and a silent calculator. The textbook is available in the College Bookstore. Grades 11, 12.
LC Tues./Thurs., 4:15 p.m.-6:05 p.m., Sept. 15Oct. 27 (no class Sept. 29) (12 sessions)

Tuition for this course is to be paid by credit card or money order only. (See page 25 for course description)
LC Sec. 1: Fri., 6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 16, 23 (2 sessions) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public. CC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Nov. 14 (1 session) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public.

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Certified Payroll Professional
PCP 10

(See page 5 for course description)
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 23-Jan. 20 (no classes Oct. 14, Dec. 30) (16 sessions) Daryl Haley, Payroll Manager, White Plains Hospital Center.

www.lehman.edu/ce

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TEACHER CERTIFICATION WORKSHOPS
Child Abuse Identification and Reporting
CAP 01/$25

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Intensive Teacher Certification Workshops

Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only. This twohour workshop is required by the New York State Education Department of all those seeking teacher certification. Lehman College is a N.Y.S.-approved provider of this workshop. Topics include mandated reporting, physical and behavioral indicators of abuse and neglect and the school’s role in working with parents and children. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Aug. 29. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 17. LC Sec. 3: Sat., 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Dec. 5.

Violence Prevention Workshop
VPW 01/$25

Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only. New York State’s violence prevention legislation (SAVE) requires all individuals seeking teacher certification to complete this twohour workshop. Lehman College is a N.Y.S.approved workshop provider. Topics include school safety plans, school codes of conduct and appropriate prevention/intervention strategies. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Aug. 29. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Oct. 17. LC Sec. 3: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Dec. 5.

The preparation workshops cover all aspects of the LAST, Elementary ATSW and MulitSubject CST exams. They begin with an intensive one day preparation session. At this all-day prep session, thorough, hands-on, interative preparation is done. Participants also learn how to access and use the on-line part of the workshop which contains additonal preparation, reference, study and practice material. After the in-person group prep session, participants are able to access the online workshop for several weeks, 24/7. During this time, students can also interact with the instructor via phone, email and/or in-person. Each workshop includes extensive practice for all multiple-choice scoring categories as well as how to be successful on the written part of each exam. Test-taking strategies are covered.
NOTE for Teacher Certification Course On-Line access: **At registration OR by registration deadline, students must provide an e-mail address, date-of-birth, and social security number to be given temporary access to Lehman College’s Blackboard facility (or access to the on-line material will be delayed).

ASSISTANT TEACHING Test Prep-ATAS Assessment of Teacher Assistant Skills Review & Test Prep-ATAS
ATP 10/$130

The following on-line workshops are quick, convenient and certified by the State of New York. Complete at your own pace--any day, any time. Conducted by Genius, Genius of New York.

Intensive LAST Preparation
LAST 12/$160

**Registration deadline: Thurs. Aug. 27.
LC Sat., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Aug. 29 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until October 17 test date. Michael Shapiro, Lehman College faculty.

Review of skills needed for the four core areas assessed on the ATAS exam (reading, writing, math and instructional support). Sample exam multiple-choice questions are also practiced and analyzed primarily during the last class session. Study material provided.
LC Sat., 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (includes 20 minute break) Sept. 26-Oct. 10 (3 sessions) Anne Kover, N.Y.S. certified teacher.

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting On-Line
CAP 10/$25*

Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only.

Intensive CST Multi-Subject Test Preparation
CST 12/$160

Violence Prevention Workshop On-Line
VPW 10/$25*

**Registration deadline: Thurs., Sept. 10.
LC Sat., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Sept. 12 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until October 17 test date. Michael Shapiro, Lehman College faculty.

Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only.

* NOTE for Child Abuse Identification & Reporting and Violence Prevention on-line workshops: A valid e-mail address is required to register. Please allow approximately 24 hours after registration to receive e-mail confirmation and instructions.

Intensive ATS-W (Elementary) Preparation
ATSW 12/$160 **Registration deadline: Thurs., Nov. 5.
LC Sat., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Nov. 7 (1 session) The on-line program will be available until December 19 test date. Michael Shapiro, Lehman College faculty.

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CLASSES FOR MATURE ADULTS
Computer Basics for Mature Adults
MAT 10/$185

Never touched a computer? Have computer anxiety? In a relaxed and supportive environment, adults 60 and over are introduced to the keyboard, monitor and mouse. Microsoft Windows and basic elements of word processing are covered. The skills you learn will open an exciting new world for you to explore! Tuition reflects senior citizen discount. No additional discount applies. For students who wish to practice in the College IT Center, a valid CUNYCard ID is required.
LC Tues./Thurs., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Nov. 3 (9 sessions) Wendy Siegel, computer specialist.

All physical fitness classes will be held at Lehman College in The APEX, a state-ofthe-art facility. Students enrolled in physical fitness classes must have a valid CUNYCard (photo I.D.) to enter The APEX and sign the Physical Fitness Participant Release Form. Your physician’s approval to exercise is highly recommended.

Eat Your Way to Health: Vegetarian/ Vegan Cooking
CUL 04/$220

Arthritis Aquatics
MAT 35/$75

Internet and E-Mail Basics for Mature Adults
MAT 12/$125

This class permits participants to exercise without putting excess pressure on joints and muscles. The mild activities in water, along with buoyancy, promote increased strength and flexibility in a friendly and supportive environment. Tuition reflects senior citizen discount. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sun., 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m., Oct. 4-Nov. 8 (6 sessions) Garrett Keohane, arthritis aquatics specialist.

Get ready for the holidays with an introduction to the lifestyle and techniques of vegetarian/vegan cooking taught by a former health care provider, vegetarian, and catering business owner. Learn the differences between vegetarian and vegan cooking; how to remove pesticides from fruits and vegetables; and how to prepare tasteful meat substitutes and dairy free products in this practical, “hands-on” class. Cost of materials $40 must be paid to instructor at first class.
LC Sun., 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Nov. 8-Dec. 6 (4 sessions) Valerie Adams, cooking instructor.

Creative Drawing and Painting
STA 26/$145

A new world is at your fingertips as you learn the Internet to keep up with the news, read movie reviews, shop and get information on almost any topic that interests you. In addition, you are taught how to send and receive e-mail to keep in touch with relatives and friends. Open to those 60 and over. Familiarity with the computer keyboard and mouse is preferred. Tuition reflects senior citizen discount. No additional discount applies. For students who wish to practice in the College IT Center, a valid CUNYCard ID is required.
LC Tues./Thur., 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Nov. 5-Nov. 19 (5 sessions) Wendy Siegel, computer specialist.

Tai Chi Chuan
PES 44/$150

Experience the calming, stress-reducing influence of Tai Chi Chuan. Through a series of flowing, slow movements performed in sequence, Tai Chi Chuan calms the mind and relaxes the body. It also increases endurance, helps circulation and strengthens muscles and joints. Wear loose-fitting clothing to class. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sat., 9:15 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Sifu Hugo I. Morales, Jr., certified instructor and fitness expert.

This course encourages artistic ability while providing technical instruction. Step-by-step approaches to the elements of color, composition, design and perspective coupled with individual and group demonstrations. Students may work from still life, nature or masters' works and with the medium of their choice. Open to students at all levels. A list of materials is available at the first class.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Oct. 10-Nov. 21 (7 sessions)

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Public Art: The Amazing Art Collections of NYC
STA 83/$145

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Facebook, Twitter and More...
PCW 31/$140

Do you want to find old friends, make new ones, reunite with long-lost and distant relatives and some you never knew you had? Would you like to receive direct reports from people participating in major events throughout the world? Do you want advice on finding the best pizza when traveling? Do you want to keep an online journal and collaborate on a web site with people located anywhere in the world who share your interests? You can do all of this using Facebook, Twitter and other social networking services that you will learn about in this class. (Prereq: PCW 22: Basic Computer Skills)
LC Fri., 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Sept. 25-Oct.16 (4 sessions)

Discover the public art galleries and art collections of New York City through personal guided tours. Your knowledgable tour “guide” provides you with a discussion of the history, elements and principles of design and an analysis of the works viewed. A lovely way to spend a fall Saturday morning. First class meets at Lehman College. (Admission, when applicable, to galleries not included).
LC Sat., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 14 (7 sessions) Patricia Cazorla, artist.

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Introduction to the Art of the Film
STA 84/$155

Discover a critical appreciation of film by learning the essential properties of the cinematic medium; its mode of production, language and aesthetics. Each class is dedicated to a specific theme and includes viewing and discussion of relevant films. NOTE: may require some film viewing at home.
LC Wed., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 30-Nov. 4 (6 sessions) Daniela Bajar, film and screenwriting instructor.

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Spanish for Health Care
LSP 22/$260

Bonjour! French I
FRE 01/$165

Health care personnel and those interested in working in the medical field learn the skills to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients and their relatives. This basic course focuses on medical terminology, phrases and dialogue and introduces conversational essentials. NOTE: Intended for intermediate level students. (Assessment test recommended). 2.6 CEU LANGUAGES
CC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Dec. 8 (10 sessions) Jose Cenac, language specialist.

A basic class for anyone who always wanted to learn the language of love and diplomats! Focus is on basic grammar and vocabulary. 1.9 CEU
LC Sat., 11:40 a.m.-1:40 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Antonietta Gliubizzi, language specialist.

Conversational French II
FRE 02/$165

Practical Conversational Spanish for Beginners
LSP 20/$220

The speaking and listening skills necessary for everyday contact with the Spanish speaking community in New York City and abroad are taught. Students speak Spanish in class from the first day of the course. For those with no knowledge of Spanish. 2.6 CEU
LC Sat., 9:15 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no clss Nov..28) (10 sessions) Enrique Lanz Oca, Spanish language instructor.

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Spanish for Legal/Court Professionals
LSP 24/$260

For those who have taken French I or who have a basic knowledge of French but would like to advance their communication skills. The emphasis of this course is on expanding conversational skills and vocabulary. 1.9 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (8 sessions)

For individuals working in a law office, court system or community organization, learn the skills to communicate with Spanish-speaking clients and their relatives. This course focuses on basic legal terminology, phrases and dialogue and introduces conversational essentials. NOTE: Intended for advanced students. (Assessment test recommended). 2.6 CEU
CC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 1-Dec. 10 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) Jose Cenac, language specialist.

American Sign Language I
ASL 10/$195

Practical Conversational Spanish II
LSP 21/$165

An introduction to American Sign Language I. Includes grammatical principles, vocabulary building, finger spelling and practice in receptive and expressive skills. Textbook must be brought to first class. 2.9 CEU
LC Sat., 10:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Sept. 26-Nov. 14 (8 sessions) Caroline Telfor, ASL specialist.

Prerequisite: Practical Conversational Spanish I or a knowledge of Spanish. Advance your communication skills. Emphasis is on expanding speaking and listening skills necessary for everyday contact with a Spanish speaking community. Not suitable for beginners. 1.9 CEU
LC Sat., 11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Nov, 28) (8 sessions) Enrique Lanz Oca, Spanish language instructor.

Ciao Italiano!
LIT 12/$165

American Sign Language II
ASL 12/$165

An intensive beginner class that focuses on communication skills. Common vocabulary and phrases are reviewed and practiced in a relaxed environment. 1.8 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Antonietta Gliubizzi, language specialist.

An continuation of American Sign Language I for students with a basic knowledge of ASL who want to improve their skills. More advanced grammar principals, vocabulary and finger spelling as well as practice in receptive and expressive skills.
LC Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Vivian Frazier-Eduards, ASL specialist.

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Conversational Spanish III: The Spanish Film
LSP 27/$155

Conversational Italian for Advanced Beginners II
LIT 14/$165

An ideal way to practice and improve your use of conversational Spanish. Designed for intermediate and advanced level students who want to enhance their vocabulary and improve their listening and communication skills. In addition to viewing and discussing popular Hispanic films, students study written material on the film and are required to perform written exercises. (May require some film viewing at home.)
LC Wed. 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Nov. 11-Dec.16 (6 sessions) Daniela Bajar, film and screenwriting instructor.

Do you have some basic knowledge of Italian but want to improve your ability to speak this beautiful language? Then this class is for you! Emphasis in on building vocabulary and conversational skills. 1.9 CEU
LC Sat., 11:40 a.m.-1:40 p.m., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (8 sessions) Federica Emiliani, language specialist.

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
WRITING BUSINESS SKILLS

English Grammar
BCS 10/$190

Business Writing Essentials
CBS 26/$265

Career Development and Your Professional Image
CAR 01/$65

Correct grammar is essential for success on the job, in school and in personal life. This course covers the essentials of grammar, syntax, punctuation and spelling. For students whose native language is English. 2.4 CEU
CC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Oct. 1-Dec. 10 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) Oana Teodorescu, college reading and writing specialist.

Being able to write the most common forms of business communications is necessary for getting ahead on the job. In this course students learn how to write well-organized and effective letters, memos and short reports. Extensive practice assignments are reviewed by the instructor. 3 CEU
LC Thurs., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Oct. 1-Dec. 10 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) Beverley Stephenson, specialist in business education.

Learn how you can begin to transform the way you communicate, reinvent your career, and make a dynamic first impression. In this practical mini-series, participants are introduced to the tools of business etiquette, presentation techniques and tips on how to bring positive results to the workplace.
LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 30-Oct. 7 (2 sessions) Pamela Judd, image consultant and professional speaker.

Creative Writing: The Short Story
WRT 16/$165

Speaking with Confidence
CBS 27/$205

Notary Public Exam Preparation
NTP 10/$85

Find the writer within you. Through the study of stories, poems and essays of accomplished writers, learn how to generate your own creative works. Focuses on the craft of the short story. 1.9 CEU
LC Tues., 7:10 p.m.-9:10 p.m., Oct. 6-Nov. 24 (8 sessions) John D’Antonio, creative writing instructor.

Writing for College
WRT 20/$225

The ability to clearly communicate ideas is vital to academic and career success. In a supportive environment, students learn the essentials of effective public speaking. The course focuses on the skills necessary to improve confidence, comprehension and communication. Body language, personal space, voice dynamics and anxiety reduction are covered. Textbook must be brought to first class. 2.5 CEU
LC Sat., 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no class Nov, 28) (10 sessions) Beverley Stephenson, specialist in business education.

(See page 25 for course description)
LC Sec. 1: Fri., 6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m., Oct. 16, 23 (2 sessions) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public. CC Sec. 2: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (includes 30 minute break), Nov. 14 (1 session) Terri S. Blank, Esq., notary public.

Wedding Planner Certificate Course
WPC 01/$895*

Skills needed for writing college-level essays, reports and research papers are taught. Through lectures and hands-on work on computers, students learn the structure of various forms of writing, the style requirements of different disciplines such as footnotes and bibliographies, how to conduct research and essential elements of grammar and syntax. 3 CEU
LC Sat., 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no class Nov, 28) (10 sessions)

(See page 23 for course description.)
Tues., 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Oct. 13-Dec. 15 (10 sessions) Offered in partnership with Bronx Community College at 181st Street Unversity Avenue campus.

How to Start a “Green” Business
PDW 11/$40

(See page 23 for course description)
LC Tues., 7:15 p.m.-9:15 p.m. Nov. 10, 17 (2 sessions) Les Judd, president and founder, Green Boroughs

Music Industry Careers (On-Line) Looking for a Career in the Music Industry?
Learn online from anywhere in the world, with a schedule that fits your life. Instructorled courses are enrolling now for:

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How to Become a Digital Journalist
WRT 25/$260

Introduction to Individual Taxation
CFM 46/$310

(See page 4 for course description)
LC Tues., 7:10 p.m.-9:45 p.m., Sept. 22-Dec. 1 (10 sessions) Kenneth W. Drummond, C.P.A.

Digital journalism practiced with no more than a video camera and computer is on the cusp of becoming the new language for broadcasters worldwide. Learn the basic tenets of news reporting and how to adapt them to the unique and distinctive possibilities the digital platform has to offer. Starting with how to pick the right story, research fundamentals, successfully pitch an editor, choosing the right strategies to reach your objective, interviewing techniques, new writing, and much more, students participate in all phases of the project and are required to develop story ideas they hope to produce online.
LC Mon., 6:45 p.m.-9:15 p.m. Sept. 21-Dec. 7 (no classes Sept. 28, Oct. 12) (10 sessions) Simon Surowicz, broadcast journalist.

Musicianship Audio Technology Music Business
For more information and to register, go to www.mu-ed.com/Lehmance (See page 37 for more information).

Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits
PFP 64/$395

(See page 6 for course description)
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 19 (no class Nov. 28) (12 sessions) José Guevara-Escudero, Ph.D., CFP®, president, Inter-american Economic Services.

Do n ’t wa it in lin e! Sig n u p o n - line!
Go to www.lehman.edu/ce to register and find class updates!

Career Zone
CAR 100/$80

(See page 2 for course description)
LC Sat., 11:35 a.m.-1:05 p.m., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (8 sessions) Isaac Maysonnet.

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
CULINARY ARTS

Voice/Cabaret Workshop I
PFA 60/$190

Eat Your Way to Health: Vegetarian/ Vegan Cooking
CUL 04/$220

(See page 31 for course description)
LC Sun., 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Nov. 8-Dec. 6 (4 sessions) Valerie Adams.

ARTS AND MUSIC

Creative Drawing and Painting
STA 26/$155

Do you like to sing? Has anyone told you that you have a wonderful voice? Come and work with an international singer in a class focusing on breath support, vocal warm-ups, technique, facility, style and interpretation. No matter what genre of vocal music you prefer or if you're preparing for an audition, performance or just want to learn how to sing, join us for individual and group singing.
LC Wed., 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Oct. 7-Dec. 2 (no class Oct. 14) (8 sessions) Rosemary George, international singer and coach of the 2005 La Nueva Estrella Vocal Competition. (www.rosemarygeorge.com)

Lehman College Continuing Education at the Riverdale Y
The Lehman College Office of Continuing Education is pleased to announce an exciting collaboration with the Riverdale Y. Beginning this fall Lehman will be offering a series of new classes at the Riverdale Y, located just a few miles from the Lehman Campus at 5625 Arlington Avenue. In addition to the Lehman courses the Y offers fitness and wellness programs, an early childhood center, after-school programming, resident community theater companies for all ages, a dance school, music school, special needs programming and senior center. For full information, visit the Riverdale Y’s website: www.RiverdaleY.org or call (718) 548-8200, ext. 200 to have a Program Guide mailed to you.

(See page 31 for course description)
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Oct. 10-Nov. 21 (7 sessions)

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Public Art: The Amazing Art Collections of NYC
STA 83/$145

Piano I
PFA 50/$190

Discover the public art galleries and art collections of New York City through personal guided tours. Your knowledgable tour “guide” provides you with a discussion of the history, elements and principles of design and an analysis of the works viewed. A lovely way to spend a fall Saturday morning. First class meets at Lehman College. (Admission, when applicable, to galleries not included).
LC Sat., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 14 (7 sessions) Patricia Cazorla, artist.

Always wanted to play the piano? Then, here is the place to be. In a relaxed atmosphere, learn how to play simple melodies with chords. Emphasis is placed on correct posture, hand position and rhythm. (Limit 10 students per class).
LC Wed., 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 7-Dec. 2 (no class Oct. 14) (8 sessions) Rosemary George, (see above)

PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO

Playing Guitar I
PFA 54/$160

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Introduction to the Art of the Film
STA 84/$155

Digital Photography I
EDP 70/$115
(See page 11 for course description) LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sept. 23-Oct. 21 (no class Oct. 14) (4 sessions) Mari Fetzer, photographer.

Discover a critical appreciation of film by learning the essential properties of the cinematic medium; its mode of production, language and aesthetics. Each class is dedicated to a specific theme and includes viewing and discussion of relevant films. NOTE: may require some film viewing at home.
LC Wed., 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Sept. 30-Nov. 4 (6 sessions) Daniela Bajar, film and screenwriting instructor.

Designed for beginning level guitar students or those who have never played before, this course covers basic fingerboard techniques, open chord progressions, simple accompaniment styles and one-octave major scales. Different styles of songs are introduced. For students 17 years of age and above. A guitar is needed for the first class; a nylon string acoustic guitar is recommended but not mandatory.
CC Sat., 10:40 a.m.-12:10 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Teddy Crawford, composer, instrumentalist and vocalist.

Digital Photography II
EDP 72/$165
(See page 11 for course description) LC Wed., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 28-Dec. 16 (no classes Nov. 11, 25) (6 sessions) Mari Fetzer, photographer.

Digital Video Editing

Get On-Stage with CAGE!!!
(Continuing Adult Guitar Ensemble)
Put the guitar skills you learned at CUNY on the Concourse into practice. Meets Saturday after regular classes. Open to all guitar students, past and present. Contact Director/Instructor: Teddy Crawford [email protected] or call 516-665-8506.

EDP 73/$165
(See page 11 for course description) LC Thurs., 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Oct. 8-Nov. 12 (6 sessions) Steve Feld, digital photographer and computer specialist.

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DANCE PHYSICAL FITNESS All physical fitness classes will be held at Lehman College in The APEX, a state-ofthe-art facility. Students enrolled in physical fitness classes must have a valid CUNYCard (photo I.D.) to enter The APEX and sign the Physical Fitness Participant Release Form. Your physician’s approval to exercise is highly recommended.

Swimming for Beginners
PES 50/$160

An Introduction to Belly Dancing
PES 18/$165

A great way to exercise those abs and hips, this class is for new students with no background in this dance form. Participants learn the nine basic body positions, hip isolations, travel steps, and graceful arm and hand movements. Wear comfortable clothing; no socks or sneakers.
LC Tues., 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m., Oct. 6-Nov. 24 (8 sessions) Indian Blanchard, performing artist and instructor.

For those with no experience in the water, this course covers proper breathing, floating, the front crawl and elementary backstroke. Fundamentals of water safety are included. Enrollment limited. Swim cap required. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 8:10 a.m.-9:10 a.m., Sept. 26Dec. 5 (no class Sept. 28) (10 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Sun., 9:10 a.m.-10:10 a.m., Oct. 4-Dec. 13 (no class Sept. 29) (10 sessions) LC Sec. 3: Mon., 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Sept. 21-Dec. 7 (no class Oct. 12) (10 sessions) Bob Rice, certified water safety/lifeguard instructor. LC Sec. 4: Thurs., 6:15 p.m.-7:15 p.m., Sept. 24-Dec. 3 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) LC Sec. 5: Fri., 6:10 p.m.-7:10 p.m., Sept. 25Dec. 4 (no class Nov. 27) (10 sessions)

Fit Physique Through Yoga, Exercise and Movement
PES 37/$160

Salsa Dancing
PES 17/$165

Dance the exciting “New York” “nightclub” style of salsa! Hit the floor, have a great time and look awesome! Learn music timing, body isolation, cool dance steps and smooth partner combinations. Some classes include live conga drumming. A great way to get into excellent cardiovascular health! Wear loosefitting, light clothing and be prepared to sweat! Partners are not necessary.
LC Sun., 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m., Oct. 4-Nov. 22 (8 sessions) Martin Munzel, performer, percussionist, and instructor.

Look better, feel better and think better. Develop balance, grace, strength and confidence. This class introduces students to basic Hatha Yoga and other exercises, incorporating stretches to increase flexibility and strength, breathing practices to expand lung capacity, aerobic activity to increase toning and exercises to increase concentration. Loose-fitting clothing and towel required. Bring your own yoga mat for best results. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Thurs., 6:45 p.m.-8:00 p.m., Oct. 8-Dec. 3 (no class Nov. 26) (8 sessions) Sifu Hugo Morales, certified fitness expert.

Intermediate Swimming
PES 53/$160

Strokes taught in this course include backcrawl, breaststroke and crawlstroke. Diving is also included. (Prerequisites: Students must be comfortable in deep water and must be able to swim 20 yards.) Swim cap required. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sec. 1: Mon., 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Sept. 21-Dec. 7 (no class Oct. 12) (10 sessions) Bob Rice, certified water safety/lifeguard instructor. LC Sec. 2: Fri., 7:15 p.m.-8:15 p.m., Sept. 25Dec. 4 (no class Nov. 27) (8 sessions)

Tennis for Beginners
PES 10/$160

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Salsa Dancing II
PES 30/$165

A continuation of Salsa Dancing (above) or for those who have salsa dance experience and want to practice and improve their skills. Wear loose-fitting, light clothing and be prepared to sweat! Partners are not necessary.
LC Sun., 1:45 p.m.-3:15 p.m., Oct. 4-Nov. 22 (8 sessions) Martin Munzel, performer, percussionist, and instructor.

An introduction to this popular sport includes basic strokes, rules and strategies. Students supply their own racquets and tennis balls. Wear athletic shoes and appropriate, comfortable attire. For students 16 years of age and above. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required. Rain date: generally meets following Sunday.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., Oct. 24-Nov. 14 (4 sessions) Perry T. Lopez, AM/PRO certified.

Synchronized Swimming
PES 58/$200

Tai Chi Chuan
PES 44/$150

(See page 31 for course description)
LC Sat., 9:15 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Sifu Hugo I. Morales, Jr., certified instructor and fitness expert.

Synchronized Swimming is a performance sport which takes place in deep water. Learn sculling techniques, how to tread water, intermediate and advanced swimming strokes and kicks. Advanced swimmers work on developing core control and increased grab on the water. All swimmers learn figures (stunts) appropriate to their ability and experience. Designed to develop increased fitness while having fun in the water. (Prerequisites: ability to swim 20 yards, and be comfortable in deep water and underwater. PES 50: Swimming for Beginners) Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Thurs., 7:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m., Oct. 8-Dec. 3 (no classes Oct. 22, Nov. 26) (7 sessions) Rowena Dale S. Mohammed, judge, choreographer, coach and Masters swimmer, silver and bronze medalist at the 2005 U.S. Masters Synchronized Swimming Championships.

Arthritis Aquatics
MAT 35/$75

(See page 31 for course description)
LC Sun., 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m., Oct. 4-Nov. 8 (6 sessions) Garrett Keohane, arthritis aquatics specialist.

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ON-LINE CLASSES
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• Accounting • Art, History, Psychology, & Literature • Basic Computer Literacy • Business Administration • Career Development • Certification Prep • Child Care & Parenting • Computer Applications • Courses for Teaching Professionals • Database Management & Programming • Digital Photography & Digital Video • Entertainment Industry • Grant Writing & Nonprofit Management • Graphic Design • Health Care Continuing Education • Health Care, Nutrition, & Fitness • Languages • Law & Legal Careers • Math, Philosophy, & Science • PC Troubleshooting, Networking, & Security • Personal Development • Personal Enrichment • Personal Finance & Wealth Building • Sales & Marketing • Start Your Own Business • Test Prep • The Internet • Web & Computer Programming • Web Graphics & Multimedia • Writing & Publishing

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For courses, descriptions and a full listing of over 250 on-line courses visit www.ed2go.com/lehmance. Tuition for most classes is $89 (registration fee not included). Six-week, twelve-session classes begin on Wednesdays; fall classes begin: Sept. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 11, Dec. 9, 2009 and 1/20, 2010. Students take part in on-line discussions and receive live instructor support. Certificates are awarded (website downloaded) to students who successfully complete their courses. HOW TO REGISTER: Visit www.ed2go.com/lehmance. Click on the Courses link, choose the department and course title and select the Enroll Now button and follow the instructions. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. REFUND POLICY FOR ed2go COURSE: A 100% refund, less registration fee, may be issued for courses dropped by student prior to third on-line session. Students must drop in writing by emailing [email protected] prior to the third on-line session.

FLEXSTUDY--self-paced, on-line AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (AMA) courses.
• Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager’s Guide To Safe Hiring, Managing, and Firing Practices • Fundamentals for Budgeting for Nonfinancial Managers • How to Write a Marketing Plan • How to Manage your Priorities • Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace • How to Plan and Manage your Company Budget • Keeping Customers for Life • How to Prepare a Financial Forecast • Leadership Skills for Managers
Tuition for the classes is $95 (registration fee not included). Classes are self-paced; start at any time and finish within a 3 month period. Certificates are awarded to students who successfully complete their courses. HOW TO REGISTER:Visit www.flexstudy.com/lehmance. Click on the course of your choice and follow the on-screen instructions. REFUND POLICY FOR flexstudy AMA COURSE: A 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to first login to the course(s). Students must drop in writing by emailing [email protected] prior to the first login to the course(s).

TEACHER CERTIFICATION workshops
On-line workshops are quick, convenient and certified by the State of New York. Complete at your own pace--any day, any time. Conducted by Genius, Genius of New York. Tuition for this course is to be paid by money order or credit card only.

Child Abuse Identification and Reporting On-Line Workshop CAP 10/$25* Violence Prevention On-line Workshop VPW 10/$25*
* A valid e-mail address is required to register. Please allow approximately 24 hours after registration to receive e-mail confirmation and instructions.

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Non-Profit Management & Project Management Classes provided by MINDEDGE’S Winchester Center for Management Development Partnership
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Non-Profit Management Courses/Certificate: Through a unique blend of theory and real-world practice these courses meet the needs of busy non-profit professionals. Courses are self-paced, delivered 100% online, and available 24/7 making learning convenient and accessible anytime and anywhere with internet access. Courses are available for Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) International Continuing Education Points and combine interactive exercises, real world examples, web-references, audio/video and focused readings to help learners quickly retain knowledge.Students can either register for courses individually, or register for the entire suite to earn a Certificate in Non-Profit Management and to save. Project Management Courses: These comprehensive PMBOK® based courses are in an easy to learn, self-paced learning format and are ideally suited for busy professionals looking for a convenient and affordable way to train and prepare for the PMP® Exam, or just earn PDUs to maintain PMP® certification. Each course combines text, graphics, interactive exercises, case studies and practice exams and are available for 3.5 to 38 Professional Development Units (PDUs). HOW TO REGISTER: Visit www.execlearn.com/programs/lehman.php to view course descriptions and to register today. REFUND POLICY FOR MindEdge COURSES You may request a refund (minus 10% cancellation fee) up to 5 days from the start date. No refunds will be issued after 5 days from the start date (date of purchase).

Classes provided by MUSIC INDUSTRY EDUCATORS

For more information and to register, go to: www.mu-ed.com/Lehmance. To speak to a program advisor, call 888-899-7347. REFUND POLICY FOR MUSIC INDUSTRY EDUCATORS COURSES A 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to first login to the course(s). Students must drop in writing by emailing [email protected] prior to the first login to the course(s).

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PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16
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EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS!

DISCOUNT “A” Register your child(ren) in 2 classes by September 25 and receive a $10 discount. DISCOUNT “B” Register your child(ren) in 3 or more classes by September 25 and receive a $20 discount.

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WEEKDAY AFTERSCHOOL PACKAGES (9/30-11/25)
Register by Sept. 25 and save $20! Courses
Drawing & Cartoons Hip-Hop Swimming Martial Arts Making Movies Martial Arts Swimming Making Movies Acting Workshop Swimming Martial Arts Acting Workshop Martial Arts Swimming

Packages Package A
YPP100/A Ages 9-12 $415

Days
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Dates
9/30-10/28 9/30-10/28 10/1-10/27 10/1-10/27 9/30-10/28 9/30-10/28 10/1-10/27 11/2-11/25 11/2-11/25 10/29-11/24 10/29-11/24 11/2-11/25 11/2-11/25 10/29-11/24

Times
3:45 pm-5:00 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 4:10 pm-4:55 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 3:45 pm-5:00 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 5:15 pm-6:00 pm 3:45 pm-5:00 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 4:10 pm-4:55 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 3:45 pm-5:00 pm 5:10 pm-6:25 pm 5:15 pm-6:00 pm

Package B
YPP100/B Ages 13-15 $315

Package C
YPP100/C Ages 9-12 $415

Package D
YPP100/D Ages 13-15 $315

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PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16
O P E N HOUSE HO
Pre-College:
Classes for Ages 4-16 Saturday, September 12 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Carman Hall room 129

Reading Improvement
YPP 41/$140

Writing Improvement for Teens
YPP 81/$140

For students below grade level in reading, this course focuses on vocabulary building, comprehension skills and critical thinking. Phonics is included for the lower grades. Enrollment limited. Textbooks must be brought to first class.
LC Saturday Schedule: Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

With an emphasis on essay writing, this course focuses on improving writing skills through the generation of ideas, writing drafts, editing and revising. Grammar, punctuation and spelling are covered. Grades 9-12.
LC Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

ACADEMIC SKILLS

Sec. 1: 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Grade 2. Sec. 2: 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Grades 3, 4. Sec. 3: 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Grades 5, 6. Sec. 4: 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Grade 7, 8.

Mini Math & Me
YPP 115/$75

Math Improvement for Teens
YPP 152/$140

Students with a parent or guardian practice their math skills with fun and challenging games. Concepts covered include basic math operations and money. Ages 4-5.
LC Sat., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 10:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. (8 sessions)

Math Improvement
YPP 47/$140

Mini Reading & Me
YPP 116/$75

For students below grade level in mathematics, this course focuses on computational skills and problem solving. Enrollment limited. Textbooks must be brought to first class.
LC Saturday Schedule: Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Sec. 1: 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Grade 2. Sec. 2: 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Grades 3, 4. Sec. 3: 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Grades 5, 6. Sec. 4: 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Grade 7, 8.

Students are guided through the NYS Standards for Mathematics and learn how to develop strategies to address weaknesses in number sense and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, statistics and probability. Grades 9-12.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

Math Enrichment
YPP 77/$140

Students with a parent or guardian collect words and build a foundation for literacy using poetry, reading games and basic language arts practice. Ages 4-5.
LC Sat., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. (8 sessions)

Reading and Arithmetic Readiness
YPP 46/$140

Writing Improvement
YPP 67/$140

Young children build a foundation for reading and arithmetic skills in this course. Activities such as alphabet games, phonics, story time, and number and counting games allow children to develop skills at their own pace. Enrollment limited. Textbooks must be brought to first class.
LC Sat., Oct. 3-Dec. 12, 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

This course is designed to stimulate interest in writing as a major step in helping children improve their skills. Students are guided through phases of the writing process such as the generation of ideas, writing and revising drafts, and editing. Grammar, punctuation and spelling are covered.
LC Saturday Schedule: Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) Sec. 1: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Grade 2. Sec. 2: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Grades 3, 4. Sec. 3: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Grades 5, 6. Sec. 4: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Grades 7, 8.

To enroll in this course students must be above grade level in math, have mastered fractions, decimals and percents and be ready for an introduction to high school math. After a brief review of basic math skills, emphasis is on an introduction to algebra including understanding the language of algebra, using signed numbers and solving equations. Grades 7, 8. Textbook, available in the College Bookstore, must be brought to first class.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

NEW

Reading Improvement for Teens
YPP 155/$140

Reading and Mathematics Readiness for First Graders
YPP 145/$140

Designed for children entering first grade, this course covers phonics, sight word recognition and reading comprehension. Numerical skills, computation and problem solving are taught. Enrollment limited. Textbooks must be brought to first class.
LC Sat., Oct. 3-Dec. 12, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

Do n ’t w a it in lin e ! S i gn u p o n - lin e !
Go to www.lehman.edu/ce to register and find class updates!

Students read across the curriculum using fiction and non-fiction short storied, essays and other literature to strngthen comprehension,, critical thinking and build vocabulary. Using NYS Standards for English Language Arts, students develop skills reading, listening and responding to literature. Grades 9-12.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

FAX: 718-733-3254

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PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16
Coming Feb. 2010! Teen Leadership Program
A 3-day workshop designed for teens. Learn how to create a budget and avoid debt; how to develop personal habits that maximize potential and guarantee success; how to present yourself as a successful individual and potential leader.

Flash Animation
YPP 107/$120

American Sign Language
YPP 106/$120

Bring your character to life with this fun animation program. Learn how to develop a colorful story and how to use the program features to make the most of your project. (Prerequisite: basic computer skills.) Ages 9-12.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions)

An introduction to and instruction in American Sign Language. Includes grammatical principles, vocabulary building, finger spelling and practice in receptive and expressive skills. Textbook must be brought to first class. Ages 13-16.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions)

TEST PREPARATION

Making Movies on a Computer Effective Studying and Test-Taking Techniques
YPP 80/$140 YPP 100 (Package B/C only)

CREATIVE ARTS & LEARNING

(See page 29 for course description)
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3Dec. 12 (10 sessions) Grades 6-8 LC Sec. 2: Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3Dec. 12 (10 sessions) Grades 9-12

Test Preparation for New York City Specialized High Schools
YPP 78/$165

Students use Microsoft's Movie Maker and Sound Maker, available on many home computers running Windows XP, to create, edit, and share movies. Digital editing is the focus of this course. Students plan their projects using storyboards and timelines. Then they bring their plans to life by assembling video clips, audio files and pictures into one presentation. (Prerequisite: Students must have a working knowledge of the Windows operating system)
LC Class offered only as part of afterschool package B or C (see page 38).

Art Explorations
YPP 10 /$110 (includes materials)

Young children are introduced to the fun world of art through a variety of methods and materials. Students develop basic skills in drawing and painting, while working from both imagined and observed subject matter. Ages 6-8.
LC Sat., 9:15 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, (8 sessions)

(See page 29 for course description)
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Sept. 12-Oct. 10 (no class Sept. 19) (4 sessions)

Confetti Jewelry Making
YPP 113 /$65 (includes materials)

LANGUAGES

SAT Preparation
YPP 75/$195

Spanish for Young Children
YPP 63/$100

Make your own beads out of paper and fiber. Have fun decorating your beads and creating unique jewelry for yourself or for your friends!
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Oct. 24 (4 sessions) Ages 6-8

(See page 29 for course description)
LC Tues./Thurs., 4:15 p.m.-6:05 p.m., Sept. 15Oct. 27 (no class Sept. 28) (12 sessions)

Integrated Algebra Review
YPP 84/$140

Second languages are most easily learned and retained at a very young age. In this class children are introduced to the Spanish language through songs, games and visual aids, all of which are part of a natural and exciting approach to language learning. Ages 4-8.
LC Sat., 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions)

Drawing and Cartoons
YPP 09 /$125 (includes materials)

This course provides ongoing review and reinforcement of algebraic calculations. Textbook must be brought to first class.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions)

Spanish for Children
YPP 60/$120

Students are introduced to the world of drawing through a variety of techniques, with an emphasis on cartoons. Students work from both imagined and observed subject matter. Classes extend visual awareness and develop skills. Ages 9-12.
LC Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, (8 sessions)

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

Computer Keyboarding
YPP 76/$120

Children concentrate on speaking and listening skills that make the Spanish language fun to learn. For children with no knowledge of Spanish. Ages 9-12.
LC Sat., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., (8 sessions)

Drawing, Painting and Sketching
YPP 11/$125 (includes materials)

Students develop the touch typing computer skills in demand in today’s schools and work place. While using gaming software, students practice and develop skills that prove invaluable when typing extended essays, research papers and book reports. The mastery of touch typing will continue to be useful well into their adult years as the job market demands computer skills in just about every field. (A 4 GB flashdrive and headphones are required for the first class) Ages 9-15.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions)

Intermediate Spanish for Children
YPP 112/$120

Pencil, charcoal, tempera, and pen and ink are used to explore design, composition, color, still life, and the figure. Classes extend visual awareness and develop skills. Ages 12-15.
LC Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, (8 sessions)

Students develop their fluency in Spanish by listening and speaking common phrases. Scenarios are given to provide hands on practice. Spanglish speakers are highly recommended to participate. Prerequisite: YPP 60 or some basic knowledge of Spanish. Ages 9-12.
LC Sat., Dec. 5-Jan. 30, 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., (no classes Dec. 26, Jan. 2) (8 sessions)

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PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16
Art Portfolio Development
YPP 101/$140

Playing Guitar I for Young People
YPP 120/$115

Sing Out Loud!
YPP 114/$115

This course helps teenagers develop a drawing portfolio. The class prepares middle school students for high schools of the arts and high school students for art colleges or careers in art. Students are exposed to a variety of drawing techniques, methods and subject matter. In addition, students learn how to present their work and discover what recruiters of art high schools and colleges look for in a portfolio. Ages 12-16.
LC Fri., 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Oct. 2-Nov. 20 (8 sessions)

This course is designed for beginning level guitar students or those who have never played before. It covers basic fingerboard techniques, open chord progressions, simple accompaniment styles and one-octave major scales. Different styles of songs are introduced. A guitar is needed for the first class. A half-size nylon string acoustic guitar is recommended but not mandatory. Ages 9-15.
CC Sat., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m., (8 sessions) Teddy Crawford, composer, instrumentalist and vocalist.

Do you like to sing? Has anyone told you that you have a wonderful voice? Come and work with a professional singer. No matter what kind of music you like-if you sing or just want to learn how to sing, join us for individual and group singing. Ages 13-15.
LC Sat., 12:45 p.m.-1:45 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions)

NEW

Audition Workshop
YPP 117/$100

Playing Guitar II for Young People
YPP 121/$115

This class is designed for students who took Playing Guitar I, or anyone who is not an absolute beginner. Course introduces more advanced accompaniment styles, fretboard techniques, right hand/left hand development techniques, major and minor scale applications. Note reading and barre chords will be introduced. Different styles of songs will be covered. Ages 9-15.

In a supportive and friendly environment, students present and develop performing arts pieces for auditions for schools, clubs, television, theatre, etc. Preparation for auditions such as how to choose a photographer, what to wear, what should be on a performing arts resume, which pictures to have in a portfolio, how to warm up and more are covered. All types of performing artists and models welcome. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Ages 9-15.
LC Sun., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Oct. 17 (4 sessions)

On Stage!
YPP 27/$100

CC Sat., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 2:00 p.m.-3:15 p.m., (8 sessions) Teddy Crawford, composer, instrumentalist and vocalist.

Students develop creativity and self-confidence in children through improvisation, mime games, movement, expression, and role playing. Ages 6-8.
LC Sat., 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, (8 sessions)

Piano for Young People
YPP 125/$105

NEW

Cooking Kids’ Style
YPP 118/$140

Acting Workshop
YPP 26/$120

Learn to play the piano in a fun-filled atmosphere. Emphasis is placed on note reading, rhythm, posture, and hand technique. Students learn to play simple melodies and chords. Ages 9-12.
LC Wed., 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Oct. 7-Nov. 25 (no class Oct. 14) (7 sessions) Rosemary George, international singer and piano instructor. (www.rosemarygeorge.com)

This workshop helps develop creative expression, communication skills and confidence through movement, voice and acting techniques. Improvisation and character development provide an early foundation in theater skills.
LC Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21 (8 sessions) Ages 9-12.

Kids can participate in the cooking experience with a trained chef, in this “kid-sized” cooking class. A hands-on basic course preparing easy, delicious dishes the whole family can enjoy. Parents are encouraged to participate. The first session includes an oreientation and introduction to the kitchen facility, utensils, and food prep. Participants are advised to bring aprons, side towels, paper towels, plastic utensils, cups and paper plates. Cost of food/ materials $40 paid at first class. Enrollment limited. Ages 9-12.
LC Sun., 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Oct. 4-Oct. 25 (3 sessions)

Checkmate: Chess for Young People
YPP 170/$95

Playwriting
YPP 153/$130

Aspiring authors tell their stories in a theatrical way. Students detail plots, themes, settings and more as they develop characters who can become oral storytellers of their work. Previous experience is not required. Enrollment limited. Ages 13-15.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 21, (8 sessions)

A game of strategy and skill, chess reinforces basic math skills like counting, adding and subtracting and expands to such areas as estimating movements, graphing and recording game moves. Students learn decision-making skills and a systematic way of thinking that they can apply in other subjects. Studies have shown that chess increases math scores. Tuition includes materials. Ages 9-12.
LC Sat., 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 7 (6 sessions)

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PHONE: 718-960-8512

FAX: 718-733-3254

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PHYSICAL FITNESS / DANCE

NEW

Tennis for Pre-Teens
YPA 61/$115

Child/Parent Gym Class for Preschoolers
YPA 21/$60

A gym course for preschoolers to provide experiences in locomotor movements, exercise and other physical education activities to develop coordination, self-awareness and fitness. One parent or guardian must remain in the room and participate with the child. No visitors or cell phones permitted. Ages 3-4. (Must be three years old as of October 2009. Proof of age required.) Valid CUNY Card ID required.
LC Sat., 1:10 p.m.-2:10 p.m., Oct. 3-Nov. 10 (5 sessions)

Dance Time
Students learn the basic techniques of ballet, jazz and hip-hop dance styles. Classes are arranged by age and teachers are able to work with all levels of student experience. The final session is a performance for parents, family, and friends. No prior dance experience required. Movement friendly clothing is required. Valid CUNYCard ID required.
LC Saturday Schedule: Sept. 26-Nov. 14 (8 sessions)

An introduction to this popular sport including basic strokes, rules and strategies. Students supply their own racquets and tennis balls. Wear athletic shoes and appropriate, comfortable attire. For safety reasons, parents and siblings are not permitted on the court or court-side. Classes will be held weather-permitting; make-up classes are generally held next day-Sunday. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sat., Sept. 26-Oct. 17 9:15 a.m.-11:00 a.m., (4 sessions) Perry T. Lopez, AM/PRO certified. Ages 9-11.

Tennis for Teens
YPA 60/$125

Junior Gym
YPA 31/$105

Through participation in relay races, calisthenics, circle and line games, and other physical activities, young children develop strength, coordination, and socialization skills. White-soled (non-marking) sneakers required. Ages 4-6. (Must be 4 years old as of October 2009). Proof of age required at time of registration.) Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sat., 2:20 p.m.-3:20 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (9 sessions)

Ballet & Jazz Workshop Ages 6-8
YPA 124/$100 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

Jazz & Hip-Hop Workshop Ages 9-12
YPA 127/$100 10:40 a.m.-11:40 a.m.

An introduction to this popular sport including basic strokes, rules and strategies. Students supply their own racquets and tennis balls. Wear athletic shoes and appropriate, comfortable attire. For safety reasons, parents and siblings are not permitted on the court or court-side. Classes will be held weather-permitting; make-up classes are generally held next day-Sunday. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sat., Sept. 26-Oct. 17, 11:20 a.m.-1:20 p.m., (4 sessions) Perry T. Lopez, AM/PRO certified. Ages 12-15.

Teen Hip-Hop Workshop Ages 13-16
YPA 129/$100 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

Rhythmic Gymnastics RULES FOR USING THE APEX
All physical fitness classes are held in The APEX facility on the Lehman College campus. To maintain security and to insure the safety of your child, we require that the following APEX policies and procedures be strictly observed. Students are to carry a valid CUNYCard I.D. at all times. Students are to be accompanied by one (1) parent/guardian. Siblings (including infants) and friends are excluded from entering The APEX. No baby carriages are allowed in The APEX. For security reasons, the parent/guardian escorting the child must remain in The APEX waiting area for the duration of the child’s class(es). Should there be a medical emergency, it is the parent or guardian who must make the decision regarding treatment. Adults who enroll children in these classes do so with the understanding that Lehman College is absolved from responsibility and/or liability for personal injury and loss or damage to personal property.

YPA 29/$105

Basketball for Young People
YPA 40/$110

This course is designed to develop children’s fitness through dance experience and the ability to handle rhythmic equipment such as balls, ribbons, ropes and hoops. In a noncompetitive setting, children enjoy a skill-oriented, beautiful fun-filled activity. Note: This is not a “traditional” gymnastics course using bars and beams. Ages 6-8. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sat., 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Oct. 3-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (9 sessions)

Boys and girls learn shooting, passing, strategies, scoring and teamwork with applied practice in game situations. Whitesoled (non-marking) sneakers required. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Saturday Schedule: Oct. 10-Nov. 21 (7 sessions) Sec. 1: 9:45 a.m.-11:00 a.m., Ages 9-12. Sec. 2: 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Ages 13-15.

Introduction to Martial Arts
YPA 54/$120

Indoor Soccer
YPA 41/$110

Young children learn the fundamentals of soccer such as dribbling, shooting and passing in an exciting yet supportive environment. White-soled (non-marking) sneakers and loose-fitting clothing required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Saturday Schedule: Oct. 10-Nov. 21 (7 sessions) LC Sec. 1: Sat., 12:45 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Ages 6-8. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 2:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m., Ages 9-12.

The fundamentals of martial arts such as kung fu are introduced. Children develop self-confidence, discipline and mental and physical fitness. Wear loose-fitting clothing. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26Nov. 14 (8 sessions) Ages 9-15. LC Sec. 2: Sat., 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Dec. 5Jan. 30 (no classes Dec. 26, Jan. 2) (8 sessions) Ages 9-15.

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PRE-COLLEGE: CLASSES FOR AGES 4-16
Swimming I for Young People
YPA 32/$125

Swimming III for Young People
YPA 36/$125

Pre-Swim Team Program
To enroll in this program, swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards of front crawl with good breathing technique as well as the back crawl for 25 yards. The program gives swimmers the opportunity to continue to develop their basic swimming strokes (crawlstroke and backstroke); learn additional strokes (butterfly and breaststroke); racing dives and turns; how to use training equipment such as kickboards, pull buoys and the pace clock as well as practice patterns, practice decorum and practice protocol. Ages 7-15. The program has three levels: Pre-Team I: refine strokes and develop stroke mechanics through drills Pre-Team II: learn racing starts, turns and develop the individual medley Pre-Team III: develop basic conditioning, practice protocol and team terminology Upon successful completion of Pre-Team III, swimmers can try out for the APEX Swim Club team or continue in the Pre-Swim Team Program.

For children with no experience or minimal experience in the water, this course covers fundamental skills including breathing, floating and crawlstroke. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Saturday Schedule: Sept. 26-Nov. 21 (9 sessions) Sec. 1: 10:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m., Ages 6-8. Sec. 2: 11:35 a.m.-12:20 p.m., Ages 6-8. Sec. 3: 2:05 p.m.-2:50 p.m., Ages 9-12. Sec. 4: 1:15 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Ages 9-12. Sec. 5: 3:40 p.m.-4:25 p.m., Ages 13-15. LC Sunday Schedule: Oct. 4-Dec. 6 (no class Nov. 29) (9 sessions) Sec. 6: 11:05 a.m.-11:50 a.m., Ages 6-8. LC Friday Schedule: Sept. 25-Nov. 20 (9 sessions) Sec. 7: 3:45 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Ages 9-12.

Skills taught include sidestroke, breaststroke, sculling and an introduction to the butterfly stroke. Water safety is emphasized. NOTE: To enroll, students must be able to do the front crawl for 25 meters with rotary breathing, back crawl for 10 meters and tread water. Swim cap required. Ages 8-14. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:50 a.m.-11:35 a.m., Sept. 26-Nov. 21 (9 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Sun., 11:50 a.m.-12:35 a.m., Oct. 4Dec. 6 (no class Nov. 29) (9 sessions)

Child/Parent Swimming
YPA 39/$150 (1 child and 1 adult) YPA 39/$170 (2 children and 1 adult)
(Registration fee to be charged to adult)

Due to APEX regulations regarding access to locker rooms, registration is restricted to daughters/mothers (female guardians) or sons/fathers (male guardians). Exception: Parents of the opposite sex may register provided their children are able to change clothes by themselves. Young children are taught water safety, basic swimming movements and breathing. This course provides an opportunity for children and parents or guardians to spend time together in a group experience while children develop water confidence. Parent/guardian MUST be in the pool with child. Swim cap required. Enrollment limited. Ages 4-8. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:50 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sept. 26-Nov. 21 (9 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Sun., 12:40 p.m.-1:20 p.m., Oct. 4Dec. 6 (no class Nov. 29) (9 sessions)

Swimming II for Young People
YPA 38/$125

A continuation of Swimming I for Young People. NOTE: To enroll, students must be able to swim 15 yards and be comfortable in deep water. Includes elementary backstroke, treading water, improvement of crawlstroke and simple diving. Water safety is emphasized. Swim cap required. Prerequisite: YPA 32 or equivalent swimming experience. Enrollment limited. Ages 6-14. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Saturday Schedule: Sept. 26-Nov. 21 (9 sessions) Sec. 1: 9:10 a.m.-9:55 a.m. Sec. 2: 2:55 p.m.-3:40 p.m. LC Sunday Schedule: Oct. 4-Dec. 6 (no class Nov. 29) (9 sessions) Sec. 3: 10:15 a.m.-11:00 a.m. LC Friday Schedule: Sept. 25-Nov. 20 (9 sessions) Sec. 4: 4:35 p.m.-5:20 p.m.

Pre-Team I
YPA 101/$150
LC Sec. 1: Sat., 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 28) (10 sessions) LC Sec. 2: Fri., 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Sept. 25Dec. 4 (no class Nov. 27) (10 sessions)

Pre-Team II
YPA 102/$150
LC Sat., 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (no class Nov. 29) (10 sessions). To enroll in this class, students must have successfully completed YPA 101: Pre-Team I.

Synchronized Swimming for Young People
YPA 46/$200

Pre-Team III
YPA 103/$150
LC Thurs., 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Sept. 24-Dec. 3 (no class Nov. 26) (10 sessions) To enroll in this class, students must have successfully completed YPA 102: Pre-Team II.

PHYSICAL FITNESS CLASSES
Teens 16 years of age and above may register for adult physical fitness classes. See page 35.

Synchronized Swimming is a performance sport which takes place in deep water. Swimmers learn sculling techniques, how to tread water, and intermediate and advanced swimming strokes and kicks. Advanced swimmers work on developing core control and increased grab on the water. All swimmers will learn figures (stunts) appropriate to their ability and experience. (Prerequisites: ability to swim 25 yards, and be comfortable in deep water and underwater. YPA 38: Swimming II for Young People.) Ages 816. Valid CUNYCard I.D. required.
LC Fri., 4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Sept. 25-Nov. 20 (8 sessions) Rowena Dale S. Mohammed, judge,
choreographer, coach and Masters swimmer, silver and bronze medalist at the 2005 U.S. Masters Synchronized Swimming Championships.

www.lehman.edu/ce

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ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM
Back to School? It's Never Too Late!
Complete your degree!
The Adult Degree Program is a bachelor’s degree program designed to meet the special needs of adults with family and work responsibilities. Evening and Weekend Classes On-Line Classes Credit for Life Experience Credit for U.S. Military Service Affordable Education with Excellence Financial Aid for Part-Time and Full-Time Students Personal Attention and Advising Tutoring Services Professional degrees for Professional careers Liberal Arts Degrees and Certification Individualized Majors
ADMISSION You must be at least 25 years old and out of school five years or longer to be eligible for the Adult Degree Program. A high school diploma or general equivalency diploma is required. Previous college experience is not necessary, but transfer students are eligible if they have fewer than 61 college credits. Students are subject to the admissions requirements of the college. All entering students must take the CUNY Skills Assessment Test. HOW TO APPLY Complete the Adult Degree Program application on page 45 and mail to: Adult Degree Program Lehman College ATT: Brigid Martin 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, New York 10468-1589 FOR MORE INFORMATION Call the Adult Degree Program at (718) 960-8666 or visit the Adult Degree Program Office in Carman Hall, Room 128, Lehman College, Bedford Park Boulevard West and Goulden Avenue in the northwest Bronx. The office is open from Monday to Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. IMPORTANT DATE Applications for spring 2010 must be submitted by Monday, December 7, 2009.

OPEN HOUSE Adult Degree Program
Saturday, November 7, 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. at Lehman College, Carman Hall, 1st floor- room 128 For more information, call (718) 960-8666.

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ADULT DEGREE PROGRAM APPLICATION
The Adult Degree Program is open only to individuals 25 years of age or older who have not been enrolled in school for at least five years and have not earned more than 60 college credits. Applicants must write a two-page statement discussing their reasons for wanting to enter the Adult Degree Program. Your statement should reflect the following reasons for wanting a college education:
academic area of interest future goals experience since your last year in school

Semester:

Spring 2010

MR. MS. _____________________________________________________________________________________________
LAST NAME FIRST NAME (MIDDLE/MAIDEN)

STREET ADDRESS ________________________________________________________________ APT# _______________ CITY ___________________________________________________ STATE ________________ ZIP__________________ HOME TELEPHONE ____________________ BUSINESS TELEPHONE______________________ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER_______________________________________________________ E-MAIL _______________________________________________________________________ DATE OF APPLICATION __________________________________________________________ If you previously applied for admission to Lehman College, state when ______________________________ and answer the following questions: Applied: for matriculation as a non-matric Accepted: as a matric as a non-matric not accepted Number of Lehman credits __________ Yes

Registered for classes

Yes

No No

Have you ever received financial aid?

If yes, at what school?______________________________________________________________ List below your educational background including high school and all colleges attended.
ALL SCHOOLS ATTENDED DATES ATTENDED DIPLOMA RECEIVED OR NUMBER OF COLLEGE CREDITS EARNED

This form and your two-page statement should be submitted to:

LEHMAN COLLEGE
Adult Degree Program
250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Carman Hall, Room 128 Bronx, New York 10468-1589

For additional information, call (718) 960-8666.

www.lehman.edu/ce

PHONE: 718-960-8512

FAX: 718-733-3254

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Registration Policy Full payment (tuition and fees) is required at the time of registration.

It's Easy to Register!
By Computer: Don’t wait in line--sign up on-line! Visit our website (www.lehman.edu/ce) to register for classes on-line and to check for the class updates. Credit card registration only (MasterCard or Visa). Students will receive a tuition receipt along with classroom assignments via e-mail. By Phone: Call (718) 960-8512 during office hours listed on page 1. Please have credit card number and expiration date available. MasterCard or VISA only. Payment by credit card accepted for class tuition $35 and above. By FAX: Complete the registration form and fax to (718) 733-3254. Credit card registration only (MasterCard or VISA). Payment by credit card accepted for class tuition $35 and above. By Mail: Complete the registration form and mail with check, money order or MasterCard or VISA information to: Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468. Make check or money order payable to "Lehman College." In Person: Come to either Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, Carman Hall, Room 129 or CUNY on the Concourse, 2501 Grand Concourse, during office hours listed on page 1. NO CASH PAYMENTS ACCEPTED. Note: Students registering by phone, mail or fax will be sent a tuition receipt if registration is completed two weeks before the first day of class. All other students should pick up receipts at the location at which they registered, Lehman College or CUNY on the Concourse. If room location is not available at the time of registration, students must call (718) 960-8512 or (718) 960-5107 during regular business hours prior to the first class meeting. Rooms are posted outside office. In the event a course is cancelled, we attempt to notify students; however, students are advised to verify the status of courses by calling (718) 960-8512 no earlier than 24 hours prior to the first class meeting. Fees (Non-Refundable) $20.00 Registration Fee (payable each semester) $ 4.00 Transcript or Certificate fee $25.00 Application for certificate programs $16.25 Returned Checks $ 5.00 Replacement of lost Real Estate certificate $10.00 Replacement of lost CUNYCard $ 3.00 Replacement of lost tuition receipt Discounts
Discounts are given toward the tuition of ONE COURSE per semester on a space available basis. Discounts are given on tuition only. Registrants must provide I.D./proof. There are no discounts given on courses $100 or less. To apply discounts, call (718)960-8512.

On-site Course Refunds Requests for refunds must be made in writing and received before the date of the first class for 100% refunds and before the second class for 50% refunds. 100% refund if the course is cancelled 100% refund, less the registration fee, prior to the first class meeting 50% refund, less the registration fee, prior to the second class meeting No refunds after the second class meeting. There are no refunds after the start of classes for courses of less than four weeks duration. Refunds are made by credit card or check, depending on form of payment used for registration. Note: The refund process may take up to 8 weeks. Online Course Refunds For CAP10 and VPW10 Workshops, there are no refunds. For ed2go courses, a 100% refund, less registration fee, may be issued for courses dropped by student prior to the third online lesson. Full refund if course is cancelled by ed2go. For flexstudy-AMA and Music Industry Educator courses, a 100 % refund, less registration fee, may be issued PRIOR to first login to the course(s). For MindEdge, students may request a refund (minus 10% cancellation fee) up to 5 days from the start date. No refunds will be issued after 5 days from the start date (date of purchase). Students must drop by email to [email protected] or call 718-960-8077. Financial Assistance Many of our courses are eligible for vouchers and reimbursement from employers, the Department of Veteran's Affairs (www.va.gov), Workforce New York (www.workforcenewyork.org), VESID (Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities) www.vesid.nysed.gov, the Department of Unemployment, HRA, Educational Incentive Scholarship Program EIP grant www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu and other government assistance programs and more. Check with your HR, VA, union representative or program case manager. Course Substitutions for Certificate Program Courses Under certain circumstances, course substitutions may be made with the permission of the program coordinator. Students requesting to waive a course must complete a Waiver of Course form available in the Office of Continuing Education or at http://www.lehman.edu/ce. Grades and Transcripts Grades - Grade reports are mailed at the conclusion of each semester. Transcripts - Students should complete a Transcript Request form. Include $4 (check or money order). Call (718) 960-8512 or write: Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, N.Y. 10468. Certificate Requests Students satisfactorily completing a Continuing Education Course* or Program may request a Certificate Request form. Address all requests to: Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, N.Y. 10468. Include $4 (check or money order). *Exceptions: No fee required for Pharmacy Technician, Real Estate Salesperson's and Broker's courses, Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor courses, English as a Second Language courses, and children’s courses. Continuing Education Units The continuing education unit (CEU) represents a nationally recognized instrument for documenting participation in non-credit programs. A CEU is defined as ten hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. Continuing education credits may not be transferred to a degree-bearing program.
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15% 10% 25% 50% 15% $10 $20

discount for senior citizens (62 years and older) discount for Lehman College current degree students and 1 child discount for CUNY employees discount for Lehman College employees discount for children of Lehman College employees discount A for child(ren) registered in 2 classes by 9/25/09. discount B for child(ren) registered in 3+ classes by 9/25/09.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Lehman College Photo I.D.s There is no fee for the CUNYCard (Lehman photo I.D.) unless it is lost ($10 fee). The following students MUST have this photo I.D.: Students enrolled in Computer Information Technology, keyboarding and word processing courses in the IT Center. Children and teens enrolled in computer classes in the IT Center. Students, both adults and children, enrolled in classes held in the Athletic and Physical Education Complex (The APEX). Students who plan to use the library facilities. CUNYCards must be validated each semester. The schedule to obtain the CUNYCard is available in the Office of Continuing Education or call Public Safety at (718) 960-8593. Students enrolled in classes only at CUNY on the Concourse do not need a CUNYCard. A CUNY on the Concourse non-photo I.D. will be mailed with the registration receipt. Students must have the I.D. to enter. Textbooks For classes at Lehman College, textbooks may be purchased at the Lehman College Bookstore, Goulden Avenue, Gate 2, (718) 295-0800. Regular hours: Mondays-Thursdays, 8:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Fridays, 8:45 a.m.-3:00 p.m. For extended hours and Saturday openings during registration, contact the bookstore directly. Textbooks can be purchased online at www.posmancollegiate.com/posman/. Follow the prompts. When asked to choose a department, select CEP, the bookstore code for Continuing Education. For classes at CUNY on the Concourse, textbooks may be purchased onsite during posted hours the first two weeks of the semester and thereafter at the Lehman College Bookstore. Book purchases at CUNY on the Concourse are by check, money order, or credit card only. Note The college reserves the right to cancel courses, adjust curricula and hours, close facilities, substitute instructors, change locations, substitute equipment or limit enrollment without notice. For the latest course and schedule information, please call (718)960-8512 or go to www.lehman.edu/ce.

Lehman College Parking
Metered Parking Parking at meters may be available on Goulden Avenue and on Bedford Park Boulevard West. Parking Stickers Parking is available on Goulden Avenue in the North Lot, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m-6:30 p.m. After 6:30 p.m. parking is available in the South Lot. Both lots are open on weekends. The fall 2009 parking sticker costs $45 (check or money order payable to Lehman College) and requires a Continuing Education registration receipt. Parking stickers may be purchased in person in Shuster Hall, Room 078, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. and, when College classes are in session, on Tuesdays and Wednesday, 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. in Shuster Hall, Bursar Office, Room 031. Mail-in requests for parking stickers require a copy of the Continuing Education registration receipt, the $45 fee, plus a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mail requests to: Lehman College, Shuster Hall, Room 078 Parking Sticker Request 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Bronx, New York 10468-1589

CUNY on the Concourse Parking
Street parking, both metered and non-metered, may be available within close walking distance to CUNY on the Concourse. Fee-based parking facilities are available directly behind CUNY on the Concourse at Ultra Car Park on Creston Avenue and slightly further at the Municipal Parking Garage at Jerome Avenue and 190th Street. For current rates call: Ultra Car Park (718) 364-0195; Jerome-190th Street Municipal Garage (718) 329-1186.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
To earn a certificate, students must apply for and be accepted into a program and successfully complete program requirements. Students must have a high school diploma or GED to be admitted. Please refer to specific program as some require additional education or degrees. Basic computer skills are recommended. TO APPLY: 1. Request a Certificate Program Application form by calling (718) 960-8512 or visiting our website at http://www.lehman.edu/ce. 2. Forward a photocopy of high school diploma or GED or official copy of proof of highest level of education attained or transcript of continuing education courses. 3. Mail form with a $25 check or money order payable to "Lehman College" to Maryann Drago-Dowling, Registrar, Lehman College, Office of Continuing Education, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468-1589. Those planning to complete a certificate program may enroll in a maximum of two courses without being formally admitted. Certificate requirements are those in effect at the time a student's application is accepted. STUDENTS MAY REGISTER FOR INDIVIDUAL COURSES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

ON-SITE PROFESSIONAL CUSTOMIZED TRAINING
Employee training is an important part of attracting and retaining a skilled workforce. We offer customized training, contextualized curriculum, flexible scheduling and affordable group rates to businesses and nonprofit organizations. Courses listed in this brochure, as well as training based on your specific needs, can be arranged to be held at your location. Call Carrie Shockley at (718) 960-8512 for additional information.
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250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Carman Hall, Room 129
(near Gate 2 on Goulden Avenue)

Getting to Lehman College
By Car: Major Deegan Expressway (I87) to Van Cortlandt Park South exit; Bronx River Parkway or Saw Mill (Henry Hudson) Parkway to Mosholu Parkway exit.

By Bus: Bronx: #1, #2, #9, #10, #22, #25, #26, #32; Bronx/Manhattan #4A or #4B express to Bedford Park Boulevard; Westchester: #20, #20X, #4.

By Train: IRT 4 or IND "D" or "B" to Bedford Park Boulevard. Metro North's Harlem line to Botanical Gardens station then Bronx bus #25 or #26 to College; or Fordham station then Bronx bus #9 to Jerome Avenue or #22 to Goulden Avenue.

CUNY on the Concourse
2501 Grand Concourse, 3rd Floor
Grand Concourse entrance Fordham Road

Getting to CUNY on the Concourse
By Car: Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) or Bronx River Parkway to Fordham Rd. exit. Continue on Fordham Rd. to the corner of the Grand Concourse. By Bus: Bronx: #1, #2, #12, #22, #24, #28, #32, #34 to Fordham Rd. and Grand Concourse. Westchester: #60, #61 to Valentine Ave. By Subway: IRT 4 to Fordham Rd., or IND "D" or "B" to Fordham Rd.

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