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Children and Youth Studies (A.A.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Chamutal (Tali) Noimann, cnoimann@bmcc.cuny.edu. The Associate in Arts degree in Children and Youth Studies offers a holistic and comprehensive perspective on children and young people. The program also provides a diversity of career opportunities that are available for working with or for children. Transfer Options BMCC has an articulation agreement so that...

How much FSEOG can I receive?

FSEOG award amounts vary depending on the amount of money budgeted by the federal government to the program, your degree of financial need as shown on your FAFSA, and the other financial aid you may have been awarded. In recent years, FSEOG awards have ranged from $100. to $250. per semester. How many credits...

2007-2008

Technology Fee Report, 2007-2008 The President's Advisory Committee on Technology met during the spring 2007 semester to recommend to the president a set of technology-related projects. Β These projects were intended to make the best use of the funds generated by the student technology fee to meet instructional and other student-related needs for the 2007-2008...

Learning Assistance (Tutoring)

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a learning assistance program that is designed to increase student retention through the use of collaborative learning techniques. The main format of SI is small group tutoring consisting of SI leader (Learning Assistant) and a maximum of five students per session hour. Students registered in a SI-supported course may attend...

College Discovery Toolbox

The College Discovery Toolbox will help you develop techniques for success in school. Select a toolkit from the list below. Test Taking   Learning Styles   Time Management   You and Your CounselorNote Taking   Student Success   Stress Management Download the CD Handbook

Criminal Justice (A.A.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Michelle Ronda, mronda@bmcc.cuny.edu In the Criminal Justice Program (CRJ), you will find yourself in an academically stimulating environment, surrounded by highly-committed and trained faculty. You will be able to increase your understanding of the complex social, economic, and political issues facing our society. Your courses will provide a solid foundation in criminal...

Psychology (A.A.)

Program Coordinators: Professor Daniel DePaulo, ddepaulo@bmcc.cuny.edu; Professor David Calcedo, dcaicedo@bmcc.cuny.edu The Social Science, Human Services and Criminal Justice Department offers a major in Psychology which will lead to an Associate in Arts degree. The program will enable students to transfer into Psychology programs at senior colleges. It will also prepare students for a competitive and...

Human Services (A.S.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Lisa Rose, lrose@bmcc.cuny.edu The Human Services program is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for careers that focus on helping people to solve problems and to live more satisfying lives. The field involves careers which prevent as well as solve health and other problems and improve the overall quality of...

Gerontology (A.S.)

Program Coordinator: Professor Man Wai (Alice) Lun, mlun@bmcc.cuny.edu Gerontology is the study of aging and older adults. With an understanding of gerontology, you will be able to work in a variety of settings interacting directly with older adults or in positions where you will be able to assist communities and policy makers to address...