Workforce Development and Community Education: Fall 2023


1 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING Business & Financial Education 2 Computers & Information Technology 2 Continuing Professional Education 6 Corporate Training 7 Healthcare 8 High School Equivalency 11 Industrial Technology 11 Interactive Design & Digital Arts 13 Online Learning with Ed2Go 18 Real Estate & Insurance Education 19 Specialized Fields 19 FOR YOUTH & TEENS Youth Arts Technology Program 22 LIFELONG LEARNING & ENRICHMENT Financial Planning 23 Health & Wellness 23 History & Culture 24 Languages 25 Music 27 Nature & The Environment 28 Of Special Interest 31 Programs for Retired Adults: Collegium, Mainstream, etc. 31 Sports & Fitness 32 The Arts: Acting & Theatre, Art, Dance, Film & Screenwriting 34 Wine & Food Exploration 38 A Taste of Westchester 40 Writing & Publishing 47 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEANER PROGRAMS English Language Institute 48 REGISTRATION AND OTHER INFORMATION Tips and Information 53 Refund Policy 54 Registration Form 54 WHAT’S INSIDE / COURSE OFFERINGS Dear Westchester Friends and Neighbors, Welcome to SUNY Westchester Community College’s Division of Workforce Development and Community Education Fall 2023 Catalog. If you are like me, you may have spent some time this summer relaxing with family and friends and taking on the slower cadence that comes with warm weather and vacations. Now that cooler weather and the changing of colors of nature are upon us, I invite you to recharge your body, mind and spirit by enrolling in one of SUNY WCC’s fall offerings. Our fall offerings include a combination of remote and in-person classes. Browse through our brochure and you will find a mix of career and work-related courses as well as options for your cultural and leisure-time enrichment. We continue to provide classes that fit your schedule—day, evenings, and weekends. Our experienced and professional instructors are experts in their field and are prepared to create stimulating experiences for all our students. If your goal is to explore a new career, advance in your current position, or prepare for certification in a new and growing field, we are certain we can help you achieve it. Our classes can prepare you for a career in high-demand fields such as healthcare, information technology, or real estate. If your own personal development is what you desire, explore history, crafts, and writing your memoirs-or learn guitar, piano, or acting. From learning a new language to preparing for your financial future, we have it all. I look forward to welcoming you to our community of learners at SUNY Westchester Community College. Teresita B. Wisell Vice-President, Workforce Development and Community Education WELCOME! Non-credit classes in this brochure, unless otherwise noted, are intended for adult students (18+) only. Questions? Email us at To register, call 914-606-6830 press 1 or visit us at Methods of Instruction: REMOTE Students and instructors report virtually to classes on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. HYBRID Combination of remote and in-person instruction. You will meet virtually and in-person on scheduled days. IN-PERSON Students and instructors meet in-person on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 2 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING BUSINESS & FINANCIAL EDUCATION NEW! IN-PERSON Business Value Growth Drivers This course will help small business owners learn about the eight drivers of business value growth. Among these, you will gain knowledge on how to increase your cash flow, improve profitability, enhance the value of your business, and maximize your long-term business success. For more information email or call 914-606-5616. At SUNY Westchester Yonkers: CE-BUS 2144, 10 Mon., Sept. 11–Nov. 13, 6:00-8:00 pm, $140 #92223 Office Technology Training Program for Career Re-Entry Displaced Homemakers/Project Transition This intensive program provides qualified displaced homemakers the opportunity to learn current, marketable skills to return to the workforce. There is no cost to eligible participants (single parents, widowed, disabled spouse, divorced, separated, unemployed spouse). All applicants must be unemployed or underemployed and must provide proof of Displaced Homemaker status according to NYS Department of Labor guidelines. LEARN CURRENT COMPUTER SKILLS:  Microsoft Word  Microsoft Excel  Microsoft Outlook  File Management LEARN JOB SEARCH SKILLS:  Resume writing  Interviewing  Online job search  Career Counseling Programs run for 8 weeks. We run several programs per year. To find out if you are eligible, email Please include your phone number in your email. COMPUTERS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REMOTE Data Analytics with CompTIA Data+ Certification As the importance for data analytics grows, more job roles are required to better communicate vital business intelligence. Collecting, analyzing, and reporting on data can drive priorities and lead business decision-making. CompTIA Data+ validates certified professionals have the skills required to facilitate data-driven business decisions, including: mining and manipulating data, visualizing and reporting data, applying basic statistical methods, and analyzing complex datasets while adhering to governance and quality standards throughout the entire data life cycle. All training materials included. Participants will be prepared for the CompTIA Data+ exam (exam voucher included). Prerequisite skills: CompTIA recommends 18 months of experience in a report/business analyst job role, exposure to databases and analytical tools, a basic understanding of statistics and data visualization experience. CE-COMP 2258, 13 M/W, Oct. 2-Nov. 13, 6:00-9:00 pm, $1,895. #92190 For information about our Data Analytics with CompTIA Data+ training, please email For an Introduction to Database Development, try our online, self-paced course at CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING We offer many short-term, comprehensive, industry-recognized training and certification programs, as well as customized business solutions. You may be eligible for funding for our workforce training programs through your regional employment office. Please contact your county’s One-Stop Career Center or the Department of Labor to learn more about available funding for certain training programs.  3D Animation Certificate  Business, Work & College Success  Computers & Information Technology  Continuing Professional Education  Corporate Training  Digital Photography  Ed2Go Online Learning  Fiber Optics  Healthcare  Historic Preservation  Interactive Design & Digital Arts  Mixed Reality (XR)  Personal Fitness Center  Process Management  Python Programming  Real Estate  Social Media Specialist  Specialized Fields  Writing & Publishing

3 REMOTE Introduction to Data Science and Machine Learning Featuring Python Data science is an exciting discipline, which leverages Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to enable decision makers to turn raw data into understanding, insight and actionable options. With the enormous volume and variety of data being created and collected daily, Data Science is one of today’s fastest growing and critically important fields for businesses, organizations, and government. CE-COMP 2239, T/Th, Oct. 10-Feb. 1, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm, $2,450. #92247 IN-PERSON SQL Basics for Data Science This course will allow the student to understand and write SQL (Structured Query Language), the language used to create, read, and manipulate data from relational databases such as Access, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server. Prerequisite: Some familiarity with a relational database system (e.g. MS Access). 18 hours. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2102, 6 Tues., Oct. 10Nov. 14, 6:00-9:00, GTW-209, $403 (+textbook). #92193 IN-PERSON Entry-Level IT Helpdesk Technician This certificate program will prepare you to earn the CompTIA A+ certification. The course provides hands-on instruction, covering the skills required to assemble, refurbish, upgrade, configure and troubleshoot personal computers. The skills you will gain will give you a clear understanding of network, hardware, security, software, server, virtualization, management, as well as troubleshooting mobile devices. Additionally, you will benefit from attending a Career Development session once per week to refine your job search skills so that you are successful finding employment in the IT field. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2219, 39 W/Th, Oct. 11-Feb. 29 (skip 11/23, 12/ 27 & 28), GTW 219, 6:00-10:00 pm, $2,500. #92222. To sign up, visit For more information including class schedule, call 914-606-5616. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Python Programming Non-Credit Certificate Earn this non-credit certificate by successfully completing our Python Programming Basics and Intermediate Programming with Python courses. Apply for the certificate upon successfully completing all requirements by emailing REMOTE Python Programming Basics This course will give you an understanding of basic programming concepts as implemented in Python. Topics include data types, assignment and conditional statements, basics of flowcharts and analysis. No previous programming experience is required; basic typing and computer skills are required. CE-COMP 2140, 12 M/W, Sept. 18-Oct. 25, 6:30-8:30 pm, $495 (+ textbook). #92208 REMOTE Python Programming II Topics include functions, objects and classes, GUI programming using Tkinter, recursion, lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries. Upon successful completion, students may be ready to sit for the Python Institute’s PCEP Certification Exam (exam fee not included). Prerequisite: Python Programming Basics or equivalent experience. CE-COMP 2191, 12 M/W, Oct. 30-Dec. 11 (skip 11/22), 6:30-8:30 pm, $495 (+ textbook). #92209 REMOTE Python (PCEP) Accelerated Exam Prep This course provides an intensive and comprehensive exam preparation for the Python Institute’s PCEP Exam: Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer. This certification is a professional credential that measures your ability to accomplish coding tasks related to the essentials of programming in the Python language. “A test candidate should demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the universal concepts of computer programming, the syntax and semantics of the Python language as well as the skills in resolving typical implementation challenges with the help of the Python Standard Library”, as stated on the Python Institute website. Exam voucher and one retake included. Prerequisites: Python Programming II or equivalent experience CE-COMP 2254, 6 M/W, Jan. 8-24, 2024, 6:30-8:30 pm, $375 (+ textbook). #26891 Registration for this course starts in mid-November. The Certification Center at SUNY Westchester Community College Through the Division of Workforce Development and Community Education, The Certification Center at SUNY Westchester Community College offers a wide range of industry-recognized certification exams designed to take your career to the next level. Our Certification Center is a convenient, professional space that welcomes current students, alumni, and all members of the community. Email to schedule your exam. Proctor fees apply. Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 4 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING Certification Exam Prep Package Our expert trainers help you with three hours of intense focus on the skills you need to improve Package includes GMetrix practice testing, one testing voucher, and one retake, if necessary. View eligible exams at and click on the Certification Center tab. Email for more information on practice testing, scheduling, or prep for groups of more than one. CE-COMP 2242, $510. Sunday Funday Digital Life Workshops Join us at SUNY Westchester Community College virtually or in-person for some digital fun, including our Life Essentials Series taught by Professor Garrett McAlister! Learn something new and get your questions answered in these workshops. REMOTE Life Essentials Series: Electric vs. Gas Powered Vehicles Facts & Fiction With the growing interest and adoption of electric vehicles, learn about the pros, cons, and common consumer concerns related to electric vehicle ownership before making the purchase. CE-DRIVE 2005, 1 Sun., Sept. 17, 1:00-4:00 pm, GTW-209, $80. G McAlister. # 92217 NEW! REMOTE Life Essentials Series: AI for Everyone— Demystifying Artificial Intelligence for Everyday People This course offers a non-techie introduction to the world of AI, breaking down complex concepts and applications into easy-to-understand language for anyone curious about the technology shaping our world today, including discussion about ChatGPT, Google Bard, MS Co-Pilot and more. CE-COMP 2265, 1 Sun., Oct. 1, 1:00-4:00 pm, $80. G McAlister. #92225 REMOTE Life Essentials Series: Drones for the Hobbyist Entrepreneurs Learn about the possible personal and business applications related to various drone technologies and the regulations and laws that must be followed when using them. CE-HOBBY 2016, 1 Sun., Oct. 8, 1:00-4:00 pm, $80. G McAlister. #92218 REMOTE Life Essentials Series: Internet Safety Simplified Learn how to safely engage with the internet, deal with phishing emails, and properly securing your desktop/laptop and mobile devices with various tools and industry best practices. CE-COMP 2257, 1 Sun., Oct. 29, 1:00-4:00 pm, $65. G McAlister. #92219 REMOTE Cut the Cord: Online TV Streaming Solutions The non-techie’s guide to living without cable. Learn about TV streaming solutions that will save you money. Highlights devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Chromecast and how to use your laptop, tablet, or smartphone to consume streaming media on the go. Learn about Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ and Apple TV+ and free streaming services like Crackle, Pluto TV and Peacock. Discussion on internet requirements and how to determine which devices and services may work best for you including the revival of the TV antenna. CE-COMP 2148, 1 Sun., Nov. 5, 1:00-4:00 pm, $82. G McAlister. #92220 IN-PERSON Get Organized: Manage Your Computer Files Organizing and managing your files is essential for the workplace and for the home. Learn best practices to arrange and categorize your files; create and organize folders; search for files; work with shortcuts. This is a must-have skill! At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2002, 2 Sun., Oct. 15 & 22, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, GTW-215, $153. #92187 IN-PERSON Declutter Your Digital Life Learn how to transfer your photos, videos and music files from your mobile devices and digital camera to your computer, as well as how to scan your documents and pictures to your computer. You will learn how to organize and backup these files using different storage media devices. This course will also demonstrate how to secure your numerous Internet accounts and passwords, manage your overflowing email, and encrypt your important files. Please bring a USB flash drive to class. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2210, 1 Sun., Nov. 5, 10:00 am-4:30 pm (60-minute lunch break), GTW-209, $133. #92192 LinkedIn Individual Session LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional networking site, is a valuable tool for creating and maintaining a list of professional contacts. Job seekers, employers, and those looking for business opportunities all benefit from the power of LinkedIn. Work on your profile with our expert consultant. Email to schedule your individual 2-hour session for $185 or 3-hours for $265. One-on-One Computer Training Meet with our expert training facilitators in a one-on-one, private session! For targeted, specific assistance with any software application, our One-on-One Training can help. Email to match you with one of our training professionals and to set up an appointment. A 2-hour session is $240; a 3-hour session is $360.

5 TAKE YOUR MICROSOFT OFFICE SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL From beginner to professional, these programs will develop your skills to help you advance your career. IN-PERSON Introduction to Microsoft Word Get started with Word. Covers editing documents; formatting text, paragraphs, and documents; and creating and formatting tables– fundamental skills for creating letters, reports, and documents. Organize and manage your files and folders for workplace efficiency. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2029, 4 M/W, Sept. 25Oct. 4, 6:00-9:30 pm, GTW-215, $350 (+ textbook). #92194 IN-PERSON Intermediate Microsoft Word Expand your skills by adding graphics, using styles and templates, and managing multi-page documents. Create personalized mailings by merging data into your documents. Learn how to turn your Word document into a webpage. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Introduction or equivalent experience. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2030,4 M/W, Oct. 9-18, 6:00-9:00 pm, GTW-215, $310 (+ textbook). #92195 IN-PERSON Advanced Microsoft Word Master more advanced features of Word such as building forms, creating charts and diagrams, collaborating with others on a document, working with references, advanced graphics, and integrating Word with other applications. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Intermediate or equivalent experience. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2031, 4 M/W, Oct. 23-Nov. 1, 6:00-9:00 pm, GTW-215, $310 (+ textbook). #92196 IN-PERSON Microsoft Outlook Stay connected and productive wherever you are. Manage your email and share your calendar to schedule meetings with ease from your laptop, PC, tablet, or mobile device. Go beyond email to improve your time and task management with advanced features of Outlook: the powerful calendar, meeting scheduler, contacts, address book, and task manager. Learn the many options Outlook provides for creating, reading, and sending email, working with attachments, flagging, and categorizing messages, and working with distribution lists and your contacts. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2024, 4 M/W, Nov. 6-15, 6:00-9:00 pm, GTW-209, $310. #92197 Introduction to Microsoft Excel Get started with Excel, even if you have never used a spreadsheet before. Includes building and editing worksheets, formatting a worksheet, working with charts, and working with formulas and functions. This course includes organizing and managing your files and folders for workplace efficiency. CE-COMP 2020, $350 (+ textbook). REMOTE Sec. A: 4 Sat., Sept. 16-Oct. 7, 9:00 am-12:30 pm. #92198 IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: Sec. B: 4 T/Th., Oct. 10-19, 6:00-9:30 pm, GTW-215, #92199 Intermediate Microsoft Excel Expand your skills in Excel by learning to use and analyze tables and enhance your charts and worksheets. Explore techniques for managing workbooks, sharing Excel files, and incorporating web information. Prerequisite: MS Excel Introduction or equivalent experience. CE-COMP 2021, $310 (+ textbook). REMOTE Sec. A: Sat., Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 9:00 am-12:00 pm. #92200 IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: Sec. B: 4 T/Th., Oct. 24-Nov. 2, 6:00-9:00 pm, GTW-215, #92201 Advanced Microsoft Excel Master more advanced features of Excel such as analyzing data with PivotTables, exchanging data with other programs, and advanced worksheet management. Prerequisite: MS Excel Intermediate or equivalent experience. CE-COMP 2022, $310 (+ textbook) REMOTE Sec. A: 4 Sat., Nov. 11-Dec. 9 (skip 11/25), 9:00 am-12:00 pm. #92203 IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: Sec. B: 4 T/Th., Nov. 7-16, 6:00-9:00 pm, GTW-215, #92204 Save $$ when you register for all three Introduction-Advanced Word or Excel classes during this term for just $880. Savings will be reflected when your course fees are calculated after enrolling. If classes are canceled for any reason, discount no longer applies. IN-PERSON Constructing Microsoft Excel Formulas Learn how to build complex formulas, use functions, and combine them in powerful ways. Covers using absolute and relative references in formulas and the order of precedence of operations. Prerequisite: MS Excel Introduction or equivalent experience. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2052, 2 T/Th, Sept. 19 & 21, 6:00-9:00pm, GTW-209, $158. #92202 REMOTE Mastering Excel PivotTables and PivotCharts A PivotTable is an interactive table that automatically extracts, organizes, and summarizes your data, making it easier to analyze. Learn to make comparisons, detect patterns and relationships, and analyze trends with ease. Prerequisite: MS Excel Intermediate or equivalent experience. CE-COMP 2086, 2 Fri., Oct. 13 & 20, 9:30-11:30 am, $90. #92205 BOOKKEEPING WITH QUICKBOOKS AND EXCEL NON-CREDIT CERTIFICATE Earn this non-credit certificate by successfully completing our QuickBooks Comprehensive (QBO Version) class and Microsoft Excel—Introduction and Intermediate classes (see above). Apply for the certificate upon completing all requirements by emailing IN-PERSON Accounting Fundamentals Learn the basics of the accounting cycle, including journal entries, t-accounts, trial balances, and financial statements. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-BUS 2145, 7 Fri., Sept. 29-Nov. 10, 1:00-5:00 pm, GTW-215, $495 (+ textbook). #92230 Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 6 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING QuickBooks Comprehensive (QBO Version) Learn how to handle accounts payable and receivable, customer info, and inventory. Become familiar with payroll functions and track the financial health of your business. This course teaches QBO, the latest online version of QuickBooks, and prepares you for the QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU) Online exam (exam fees not included). 48 hours. Non-credit certificate granted upon successful completion. CE-COMP 2013, $795 (+ textbook) REMOTE Sec. A: 16 T/Th, Sept. 19-Nov. 9, 6:00-9:00 pm. #92206 IN-PERSON Sec. B:12 Fri. Sept. 22-Dec. 15 (skip 11/24), 8:30 am-12:30 pm, GTW-215. #92207 This in-person class has the option to join over Zoom if there is an occasional need. In need of a more flexible schedule? Try our asynchronous online program: Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks. Get full details at COMPUTER ESSENTIALS IN-PERSON Computer Fundamentals Increase your proficiency in the basic operations of using a WIndows-based computer: basics of keyboarding and mouse and touchpad navigation; the Windows desktop and Start Screen, using menus and toolbars, saving files, including USB drives and hubs; basics of email and internet search, determining when email is spam. This workshop is ideal for new computer users or those who want to brush up or enhance their basic skills. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2001, 2 Sat./Sun., Sept. 16 & 17, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, GTW-209, $153. #92186 IN-PERSON Digital Literacy for Life and the Workplace Whether you are new to computers or want to enhance your computer skills, this course is for you. Increase your computer literacy with techniques and shortcuts. Learn to use the basic features of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 365, three of the most fundamental software programs used in everyday life, educational and professional settings. All participants will be provided Microsoft Office 365 access. This class is best suited for Windows, not Mac. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2235, 8 T/Th, Sept. 26Oct. 19, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, GTW-209, $496 (+ textbook). #92188 IN-PERSON Digital Literacy for Life and the Workplace: The Next Level Go beyond the basics with the latest version of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint--three of the most fundamental software programs used in educational and professional settings. Prerequisite: Digital Literacy for Life and the Workplace or equivalent experience. This class is best suited for Windows, not Mac. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2173, 6 T/Th, Oct. 24- Nov. 9, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, GTW-209, $403 (+ textbook). #92189 IN-PERSON Keyboarding for Accuracy and Speed This course provides students with the basic skills necessary to learn touch-typing on a computer keyboard. The ability to type faster and more accurately saves time and increases productivity. A great course for anyone who uses the computer, including healthcare professionals who have to make entries in patient electronic records. Only basic computer operational skills are required for this hands-on class. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-COMP 2016, 9 Sat, Sept. 23-Nov. 18, 9:30-11:30 am, GTW-203, $217. #92191 IN-PERSON Get Organized: Manage Your Computer Files (see page 4 for details) CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION REMOTE Animal Assisted Activities/ Pet Therapy: Get Involved! Become familiar with the steps to become a Therapy Dog team, as well as a R.E.A.D. team (Reading Education Assistance Dogs). Learn about Animal Assisted Activities in Assisted Living facilities, schools, veteran’s hospitals, and libraries. This class will give you all the info you need to consider the rewarding experience of pet therapy. CE-ANIML 2005, $26. J Audevard. Sec. A: 1 Tues., Oct. 3, 6:30-8:30 pm. #91863 Sec. B: 1 Sat., Oct. 7, 9:30-11:30 am. #91864 DASA Training This New York State approved training in harassment, bullying, cyberbullying, and discrimination in schools is designed to fulfill the training required for certification/licensure under the Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act). CE-CERTS 2058OS, $93. D Flynn-Capalbo. IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Ossining: Sec. A: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Oct. 21. #92156 IN-PERSON Sec. B: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Dec. 9. #92157 REMOTE Basic Grant Writing for Non-Profit Organizations For those already working in non-profits as well as volunteers or those considering a career change. How to research funders, analyze the components of a strong proposal, write a basic budget, articulate realistic and measurable outcomes, and construct evaluation plans. Also covered: letters of inquiry, strategies for online applications, how to stand out from the pack, and grant stewardship. Email instructor Alison Paul at prior to the start of class for further instructions. CE-GRANT 2000, 4 Thurs., Oct. 26-Nov. 16, 6:00-9:00 pm, $166. A Paul. #91829 School Violence Prevention and Intervention New York State approved coursework for educators, hospital personnel, social workers, and others who work with children. CE-CERTS 2002OS, $54. D Flynn-Capalbo. IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Ossining: Sec. A: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-12:00 noon, Oct. 28. #92158 IN-PERSON Sec. B: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-12:00 noon, Dec. 2. #92159

7 IN-PERSON ”Servsafe” Food Service Sanitation & Safety Mandatory for anyone who handles and/or distributes food. Prepare for the Dept. of Health Food Protection Certificate exam. Meets State Agriculture and Markets education requirements for food purveyors. Call 914-606-6830, press 1 for schedule and registration. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-CERTS 2000, $336 (+ textbook). Sec. A: 7 W, 6:00-8:15 pm, Sept. 13-Oct. 25, GTW-219. #91814 Sec. B: 7 Sat., 9:00-11:15 am, Sept. 16-Oct. 28, KNC-3. #91815 Sec. C: 7 M, 5:00-7:15 pm, Oct. 2-Nov. 13, KNC-3. #91816 Sec. D: 7 Th, 4:00-6:15 pm, Oct. 5-Nov. 16, KNC-4. #91817 Sec. E: 7 W, 6:00-8:15 pm, Nov. 1-Dec. 13, KNC-4. #91818 Mandated Training for Child Abuse and Neglect New York State approved coursework for educators and healthcare professionals. If already licensed, be prepared to show it in class. $68. D Flynn-Capalbo. CE-CERTS 2001OS IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Ossining: Sec. A: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-12:00 noon, Sept. 16. #92160 REMOTE Sec. B: 1 Sat., 9:00 am-12:00 noon, Nov. 4. #92161 REMOTE Notary Public Exam Prep Prepare for the NYS Notary Public test. Laws, concepts, and procedures will be explained. Topics include avoiding conflicts of interest, maintaining professional ethics, charging proper fees, handling special situations, when to hire an attorney, and minimizing legal liability. All materials provided including website links to NYS Department of State licensing information, booklets, and forms. Also featured is an 80-question practice exam. CE-CERTS 2043, 1 Th., Oct. 12, 9:30 am-1:30 pm, $62. V Bujanow. #92184 REMOTE Notary Signing Agent Seminar For NY Notary Publics who want to earn additional income with their current Notary Commission in the real estate and refinancing market. Learn to work on a freelance basis with mortgage, title, and signing companies who hire on a per-job assignment, often paying $75-$150 or more for notarizing and presenting mortgage loan documents. All materials are included: step-by-step guidebook, sample loan document, 20-page mortgage glossary and a YouTube mock loan signing. CE-CRXPL 2033, 1 Tues., Oct. 24, 12:30-4:30 pm, $62. V Bujanow. #92185 IN-PERSON Drivers Pre-Licensing Class Required five-hour pre-licensing class needed to earn your MV-278 and schedule your road test. Bring learner ’s permit to class. This course is open to those 16 years of age and older. Call 914-606-7406 to register. At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-DRIVE 2001OS, 1 Sun. 9:00 am-2:00 pm, $59. T Gomes. Sec. A: Sept. 17. #92162 Sec. B: Oct. 15. #92163 Sec. C: Nov. 12. #92164 Sec. D: Dec. 10. #92165 IN-PERSON Safety 1st Defensive Driving The NYS Point and Insurance Reduction Program (6-hr. Defensive Driving Course) has many benefits, including learning safe driving techniques, discounts on your automobile insurance if you are the principle operator, and point reduction from your driver ’s license. Sponsored by American Safety, Inc. Must attend both meetings for certification. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-DRIVE 2003, 1 W/Th, Oct. 4-5, 6:00-9:00 pm, KNC-3, $37 (+ $12 for certification and handouts, payable to instructor). M DeToma. #91858 CORPORATE TRAINING RESOURCES FOR BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT The Professional Development Center is a great place for you or members of your team to continue their professional development and enhance necessary business skills with a variety of customizable training programs tailored to your organization’s needs and schedule. We offer flexible online programs and on-site training options at your location or the Gateway Center at SUNY Westchester Valhalla. PROGRAMS INCLUDE:  Transforming the Customer Experience  Business Process Management  Conflict Resolution  Change Management & Leadership Development  Supervisory Skills for New Managers  And many others PROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CLASSES INCLUDE:  Essentials of Management  Introduction to Lean Six Sigma  Computer Technologies/Office Productivity  Effective Business Communications  Medical Billing / Medical Coding For more information about our Professional Development Center programs, visit or contact Jim Irvine, Director of Corporate and Continuing Professional Education, at 914-606-6658 or Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 8 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT & IMPROVEMENT Visit our website at or email for details and dates. Professional Development Hours awarded by Association of Business Process Management Professionals/ABPMP. REMOTE Essentials of Business Process Management: A strategic and tactical look at the world of BPM BPM encompasses both performance improvement and strategic differentiation. This two-part live virtual seminar is instructor-led and meets for six hours in total. This entry module to the Business Process Management Certificate series provides the context for sustainable and impactful BPM success. Business Process Management has emerged as the glue that enables organizations to effectively integrate strategic initiatives, information technology investments and day-to-day operations, thereby enabling sustainable operational excellence. CE-BUS 2141, Sept. 19-21, 1:00-3:00 pm, $625. #92069 REMOTE Process Mapping, Modeling and Analysis: Using Process Analysis to Define and Solve Business Challenges Organizations are a collection of processes. These processes are the business activities performed to produce value, serve customers, and generate income. Managing these processes is the key to the success of your organization. Most organizations are not set up to manage processes instead, they manage tasks. Inefficiency and waste become part of the system; they rob your organization of profits, productivity, and its competitive advantage. Process mapping shows you the way out. 13 CPEs. Call 914-606-6658 for dates or corporate training. CE-BUS 2105, T/W, Oct. 10-11 & 17-18, 1:00–4:30 pm, $ 1,095. #92070 LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION Visit our website at for details and dates. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is the most recognizable and valued quality management certification across all industries. This six-day course and certification project combines comprehensive classroom training with real-world application to both enhance learning and validate capabilities. Between sessions, participants will work on a process improvement project from your organization. You will attend three, two-day live, training sessions, approximately one month apart, to complete the six full days of classwork. Our program leads to success! 36 CPEs. Call 914-606-6658 for corporate classes. HEALTHCARE PROCESS MANAGEMENT For more information see page 10. Call 914-606-6658 for more information including corporate classes.  Process Optimization in Healthcare  Improving the Patient Experience: Best Practices for Improving Patient/Family Satisfaction and HCAHPS Scores  Data Analytics for Healthcare Leaders: Integrating Statistics & Experience to Drive Your Business Decisions HEALTHCARE Registration Days and Information Sessions for Allied Health Careers Summer dates: Tuesday, June 27 at 5 pm, Tuesday, July 18 at 5 pm, Thursday, July 6 at 1 pm, Thursday July 27 at 1 pm. Fall dates: call 914-606-7400 Learn about becoming a Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Clinical Medical Assistant, or Medical Administrative Assistant at a free remote or in-person session. Call 914-606-7400 to reserve your space. FOUNDATION COURSES FOR HEALTH CAREERS REMOTE Infection Control for Healthcare Programs Prerequisite for students entering Phlebotomy and other healthcare programs. Designed for entry-level healthcare professionals and includes key infection control concepts and regulations surrounding infection control practices in NYS. CE-HCARE 2009OS, 5:30-9:30 pm, $102. Sec. A: 1 Thurs., Sept. 7 #92166 Sec. B: 1 Thurs., Sept. 14 #92167 IN-PERSON BLS for Healthcare Providers Designed for medical and dental professionals and those entering a medical or allied health program. Includes one- and two-person rescue techniques for infants, children, and adults, and use of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator). American Heart Association certification course. 1 Sat., 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $107 (+ $5 materials fee, payable to instructor). J Lederman. At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2005OS Sec. A: Sept. 23. #92168 Sec. B: Nov. 4. #92169 Sec. C: Dec. 2. #92170 FREE!

9 HEALTHCARE CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS Background Check, Drug Test, and Immunizations For programs with a clinical or externship, our affiliates require a background check and drug screening. Positive results on either will result in not being accepted into the program or not being allowed to attend the clinical. The criteria to pass these screens include: no felony or misdemeanor convictions; negative drug screen; negative TB, MMR, Hep B, and Varicella vaccines. Separate fees for background check and drug tests apply and are not included in tuition costs. PROGRAMS:  Certified Nurse Assistant  Clinical Medical Assistant  Home Health Aide  Pharmacy Technician  Phlebotomy Practicum  RN Refresher Pharmacy Technician Prepare for entry into the pharmacy field and obtain NHA certification (Pharmacy Technician Certification: CPhT). Learn medical terminology, the role, and responsibilities of a pharmacy technician, how to interpret prescriptions, and develop the skills needed to work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Admissions application and interview required. Application due date is Sept. 1. REMOTE Sec. A: CE-HCARE 2061OS, Sa/Su, Sept. 16-Dec. 16, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $1977 (+ textbook). #92171 To apply and register call 914-606-7400 or email NEW! IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Mount Vernon: Sec. B: CE-HCARE 2016MV, M/T/W/Th, Sept. 11-Dec. 6, 6:00-9:00 pm, $1977 (+ textbook). #92226 To apply and register call 914-606-7200 or email HYBRID Clinical Medical Assistant CMAs perform administrative and clinical duties under the direction of a physician. Prepare for employment at physicians’ offices, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. This is a two-semester course. This course is hybrid held remotely and in-person for skills lab and/or clinical. After successful completion of CMA Part 1 and CMA Part 2, students will receive a certificate of completion and are eligible for NHA certification (Certified Clinical Medical Assistant: CCMA). For more information, call 914-606-7400 or email CMA Part 1: Includes preparing patients for examination and treatment, infection control, routine laboratory procedures, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology basics, and ECG. Also covers professional workplace behavior, ethics, and legal aspects of healthcare. Admissions application and interview required. $2,367 (+textbook) CE-HCARE 2059OS, Sec. A: M/T/TH, Sept. 12-Dec. 14, 6:00-9:30 pm, #92172 Sec. B: M/W/F, Sept. 18-Dec. 15, 9:00 am-1:00 pm, #92173 CMA Part 2: For those enrolled in CMA Part 1 in Fall 2023. Includes phlebotomy, urinalysis, BLS certification, computer applications and EMR, medical office procedures, health insurance, and billing. In addition, students will gain hands-on experience in a clinical setting. CE-HCARE 2060OS, Spring 2024 IN-PERSON Electrocardiography (ECG) Introduction to the techniques necessary to perform a twelve-lead electrocardiogram, troubleshoot technical problems, and identify normal and common abnormal rates. Prerequisite: Infection Control for Phlebotomy Students. Upon successful course completion, students are eligible to take the Certified ECG Tech Examination offered by the NHA. For more information, call 914-606-7400 or email CE-HCARE 2007OS, 5 Fri., Nov. 3-Dec. 1, 10:00 am-4:00 pm, $490 (+ textbook). #92174 Medical Administrative Assistant Training Learn how to keep healthcare offices running efficiently and effectively. Upon successful course completion, students are eligible to take the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association. REMOTE Sec. A: CE-HCARE 2063OS, T/W/Th, Sept. 12-Dec. 14, 6:00-9:30 pm, $1725 (+ textbook). #92175 To register call 914-606-7400 or email NEW! IN-PERSON At SUNY Westchester Mount Vernon: Sec. B: CE-HCARE 2063MV, M/T/W/Th, Sept. 18-Dec. 13, 6:00-9:00 pm, $1725 (+ textbook). #92227 To register call 914-606-7200 or email IN-PERSON Phlebotomy Certificate Program Introduces basic concepts of the procedures used for obtaining blood from veins and capillaries and the use of equipment and types of blood tubes. Includes Phlebotomy Practicum for no extra charge. Prerequisite: Infection Control for Phlebotomy Students. Earn a SUNY Westchester Community College certificate. To register, call 914-606-7400 or email At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2044OS, 8 M/W, Oct. 2-25, 3:00-7:30 pm. $1156 (+textbook). #92176 IN-PERSON Phlebotomy Practicum For students who have already completed the Phlebotomy Certificate Program. Under the supervision of a certified phlebotomy instructor, receive hands-on experience in phlebotomy and practice venipuncture and capillary sticks on each other in accordance with regulations of the NHA. Prerequisite: Infection Control for Healthcare Programs and Phlebotomy Training Program. Note: completion of 30 live sticks required to sit for the NHA Certified Phlebotomist Examination. For more information, call 914-606-7400 or email At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2045OS, 13 Wed., Nov. 1-Jan. 17, 3:00-7:00 pm. #92177 Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 10 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING IN-PERSON ECG and Phlebotomy Technician Gain additional skills for routine patient care treatments including ECG, phlebotomy, simple lab tests, and infection control. Upon successful completion of the course, students are eligible to take certification exams offered by the NHA. To register, call 914-606-7400 or email At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2080OS, Sa/Su, Sept. 16-Dec. 17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $1894. #92178 IN-PERSON Certified Nursing Assistant NYS approved training for nursing assistants. Prepare for employment in hospitals and nursing homes. Includes classroom work and clinical experiences at a local nursing home. Admissions application and interview required; application due date is Aug. 19. To apply and register call 914-606-7400 or email At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2001OS, $1977 (+ textbook/workbook). Sec. A: Sat., Sept. 9-Jan. 6, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, #92179 Sec. B: T/TH, Sept. 12-Dec. 14, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, #92180 IN-PERSON NYS Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Refresher Course The EMT-Basic refresher course allows New York City-area Emergency Medical Technicians to renew their certification. The course is designed to help the EMT refresh previously learned material and learn the latest and most updated information on protocol changes and policy. At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-HCARE 2058, 12 Sun., Oct. 1–Dec. 17, 9:00 am–3:30 pm, Science Bldg. $347 # 12345 Are you interested in Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA), Electrocardiography (ECG), or Phlebotomy Technician programs at Mount Vernon? For more information, contact 914-606-7200 or Are you interested in LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) Program at Ossining? For more information, contact 914-606-7400 or HEALTHCARE PROCESS MANAGEMENT CORPORATE CLASSES Process Optimization in Healthcare Serve more patients and improve all measures of quality! In an environment filled with technological, regulatory and administrative change—and a pandemic—hospitals and practices must serve significantly more patients while accepting lower reimbursement. It is a “business” model that would not work for most businesses. This workshop will equip you with the tools and techniques you need to better understand your processes and implement lasting solutions. 13 CPEs. Call 914-606-6658 for more information. Improving the Patient Experience: Best Practices for Improving Patient/Family Satisfaction and HCAHPS Scores Clinical outcomes have always been the most important measure of patient satisfaction. In today’s healthcare business environment, payers, patients, and healthcare leadership demand a more holistic view of patient engagement. The definition of high quality has been expanded to include greater emphasis on wait times, communication, the environment and more. This course will challenge you to rethink patient interactions and how to implement measurable improvements to patient satisfaction. 13 CPEs. Call 914-606-6658 for more information. Data Analytics for Healthcare Leaders: Integrating Statistics & Experience to Drive Your Business Decisions Hidden in existing systems (block scheduling, practice management, talent management, etc.) are treasure troves of information that will enable you to improve revenue capture, to reallocate resources from underutilized units to emerging areas of need, and to significantly improve clinical and non-clinical outcomes. This seminar will arm you with the tools and strategies to determine which data are vital, ask the right questions of analysts who support you, interpret results to make good business decisions and effectively communicate your conclusions to varied audiences. Call 914-606-6658 for more information. COMMUNITY HEALTH & SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS IN-PERSON Heartsaver Adult/Child CPR/AED American Heart Association CPR/AED course covering children ages 1 year up to adults. Certification good for two years. For the lay responder. Please contact prior to the class. 1 Sat., 9:00 am-1:00 pm, $85. J Lederman. At SUNY Westchester Ossining: CE-HCARE 2006OS, Oct. 21. #92181

11 HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY IN-PERSON Full High School Equivalency Ready to change your life by obtaining your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma? Students who wish to earn an HSE diploma must take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) Exam. Our program provides interactive and engaging preparation classes that cover the five subject areas of the TASC examination. Our program is student focused and aims to help participants achieve their academic and career goals. Book: McGraw-Hill Education Preparation for the TASC Test: Test Assessing Secondary Completion 2nd Edition ISBN-13: 978-0071843874. At SUNY Westchester Mount Vernon: CE-HSE 2000MV, M/T/W/Th, $50 (+ textbook). Sec A: Sept. 5- Dec. 19 (Skip 11/23) 6:00-9:00 pm, #92228 Sec B: Sept. 7- Dec. 21 (Skip 11/23) 9:00 am-12:00 pm, #92229 To register, call 914-606-7200 or email NEW! At SUNY Westchester Valhalla: CE-HSE 2000, M/T/W/Th, $50 (+ textbook). Sec A: Sept. 5-Dec. 19 (Skip 11/23) 6:00-9:00 pm, #92245 Sec B: Sept. 7-Dec. 21 (Skip 11/23) 9:00 am-12:00 pm, #92246 For more information, call 914-606-5685 or email INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Advanced Manufacturing Programs: Earn industry-recognized credentials Hands-on, applied workforce certifications by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS):  Introduction to Manufacturing  CNC Milling Operations  CNC Turning Operations  Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician Plus (CPT 4.0 +) Programs are ongoing throughout the year and funding may be available for qualified students. For more information, visit, email, or call 914-606-6658. FIBER OPTICS TRAINING CERTIFICATION Course fees include all books and study materials. This program is offered in partnership with BDI DataLynk. For more information, visit or call 512-785-9024. Email for dates and information. To register, call SUNY Westchester Community College at 914-606-6830 and press 1 or visit us online at Certified Fiber Optics Technician Course (CFOT) Interested in becoming a Certified Fiber Optics Technician? Prepares you for the CFOT test, sanctioned by the FOA (Fiber Optics Association), which is given and graded on the final class day. Introduces you to industry standards governing FTTD (Fiber To The Desk), FTTH (Fiber To The Home, LAN/WAN fiber networks), and basic fusion and mechanical splicing. Learn how to identify fiber types; recognize various connectors used in fiber installation; and install, terminate, splice, and properly test installed fiber cable to existing standards. Prerequisites: ability to see and identify small items; ability to speak and read the English language. Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in Testing & Maintenance (CFOS/T) Advanced training for anyone involved with the testing and maintenance of fiber optics networks. Offers a general, easy to understand approach to fiber optics testing standards with hands-on activities, and explains the variety of testing standards, equipment, and technological approaches used in fiber network testing and splicing and how to choose among them. Includes a detailed study of ANSI/TIA/EIA-526-14(7)A, OTDR fundamentals and uses, OTDR vs. insertion loss testing, return loss testing, and attenuation testing. Prerequisite: CFOT Course. Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in Splicing (CFOS/S) Training in both fusion and mechanical splicing of both single and multi-mode fiber optic cables. Both inside and outside plant fiber optic cable types will be utilized along with inside and outside plant enclosures and splice trays. Suggested Prerequisite: CFOT Course or another formal Fiber Optics Training course within preceding 6 months, or 1-year fiber optics related experience, specifically experience with fiber preparation, termination, and testing and a thorough knowledge of fiber optic safety practices. Note: Anyone can attend this program. However, those wishing to register with the FOA as a Certified Fiber Optic Specialist in Splicing (CFOS/S) must have taken and passed the Basic CFOT Exam. Textbook Required

Visit us online at | 12 CAREER & WORKFORCE TRAINING Study at your own pace and develop your own qualifications for a rewarding career in technology with easy-to-use computer-based training programs! These training programs will help you become job ready:  Robotics Technician  Electronics Technician  Electric Vehicle (EV) Technician  PLC Technician II  Electromechanical Technician  Automation Technician These programs offer a proven training alternative for people who don’t want to attend college on a full or part time basis.  Technical training for your next job  Flexible registration and tuition options that fit any budget  Easy-to-use course content and simulation software  Tutorial and technical support by phone, email, and online forum  Average program completion time: 28-32 weeks of part-time study Request a free info package or register at SUNY WCC & GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE ONLINE TECHNICAL TRAINING

13 INTERACTIVE DESIGN & DIGITAL ARTS Digital Photography Certificate-126 Hrs Enhance your photography portfolio and hone your skills in this online non-credit two-semester certificate program. The culminating experience will be the creation of a photography portfolio and exhibition to share with family, friends, and potential employers in order to continue on their personal and professional pathways. The Digital Photography Certificate will provide new and motivated photographers with a foundation in practice and theory with lab exercises, assignments, and lecture demonstrations. Students will learn about the proper operation of a camera and achieving correct exposure, composition methods, post processing, and specialized photography. Throughout the experience, students will draw inspiration from the works of historical and contemporary photography. This program is an intensive course of study over two semesters beginning in the fall, with six individual courses. Students must register for the entire certificate program at time of registration. To register, call 914-606-7300 or email For more information, visit Register for the entire certificate for $1,575 Scholarships available! For more information, visit REMOTE The Camera and Its Operation This course looks at the camera and how to control it to get the best results. The course covers common digital formats, exposure modes, histograms, JPEG vs RAW files, lens selection, methods of stabilization, useful accessories, and mobile apps. Through demonstrations, a critical look at current and historical photography, and shooting assignments, students will gain a better understanding of how to use the camera to capture compelling images. CE-DGART 2120PE, 7 M/W, Sept. 11-Oct. 2, 6:30-9:30 pm. REMOTE Photographic Composition Composing an effective image involves many considerations, including camera placement, lens selection, lighting, subjectground relationship, and employing (or breaking!) some rules. Additionally, post-processing gives us further control over many of these key items. Topics covered will include common framing rules, depth-of-field, vignette, and other features that help to highlight the story in your image. Inspired by powerful examples of composition from noted photographers, students will complete shooting assignments and processing of their own images. CE-DGART 2121PE, 7 M/W, Oct. 9-30, 6:30-9:30 pm. REMOTE Digital Image Processing Shooting in the RAW file format expands the potential for creating powerful and expressive images. Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom offer a digital darkroom where students will learn to process images and bring their photography to the next level. Exposure correction, color balancing and enhancement, and resolution adjustments are just some of the techniques covered. File organization and prepping for web, mobile, and print media will be introduced. CE-DGART 2122PE, 7 M/W, Nov. 6-29 (skip 11/22), 6:30-9:30 pm. REMOTE Small Object Photography Photographing small objects, be it a tabletop still-life, products for marketing, or objects to be used for illustrative purposes, requires a special approach and attention to detail. Students will set up and shoot objects of their choice using specialized and non-specialized equipment, then process them in Photoshop as required for various needs. Topics covered will include camera lenses, lighting, seamless backgrounds, and a bit of postprocessing magic to transform objects into things of beauty. CE-DGART 2123PE, 7 M/W, Jan. 22-Feb. 12, 2024, 6:30-9:30 pm. REMOTE Digital Image Compositing Good camera skills and effective post-processing are of primary importance in photography. There are many other exciting ways to enhance an image or go beyond a single exposure. Students will learn how to use Photoshop to retouch and manipulate images, combine several exposures through digital stitching to create panoramas and high-resolution images, experiment with focus stacking, and produce enhanced imagery with high dynamic range photography. CE-DGART 2124PE, 7 M/W, Feb. 19-Mar. 11, 2024, 6:30-9:30 pm. REMOTE Portfolio Collecting and curating your photographs into an effective portfolio is key to sharing and utilizing them for personal and professional purposes. Students will create a digital portfolio, and if necessary, shoot additional images to provide a more complete story of their capabilities. Online portfolios from leading photographers will be reviewed and students will be encouraged to visit regional photography exhibits. CE-DGART 2125PE, 7 M/W, Mar. 18-Apr. 8, 2024, 6:30-9:30 pm. Methods of Instruction: REMOTE Students and instructors report virtually to classes on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. HYBRID Combination of remote and in-person instruction. You will meet virtually and in-person on scheduled days. IN-PERSON Students and instructors meet in-person on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. Textbook Required