Human Services Program

Bachelor of Science Degree

The Human Services degree program of 132 credits is designed to prepare practitioners with the knowledge, skills, and values of the “helping process” directed at individuals, families, groups, communities, and selected special populations, and social services support systems. The fundamental principle of practice is to enable individuals to move from external support to personal, self-support.

Goal:
Prepare human services practitioners who can demonstrate mastery of the generic human services skills, values, and knowledge that facilitate an improved quality of life for residents of New York City.

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Childhood Education Program

Bachelor of Science Degree

The College trains its childhood education students as “Facilitators of Learning” to approach children as total human beings, at the center of the educational agenda. It prepares students to teach to N.Y. State Learning Common Core Standards, and for graduate training in the field of education.

Goal:
Prepare childhood education teachers as facilitators of learning, for the school system of New York City

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Business Administration Program

Bachelor of Science Degree

This program aims to develop management professionals for the private and public business sector who are aware of the changing language and cultural diversity of the marketplace.

Goal:
Graduates will be able to demonstrate introductory level mastery of the skills, knowledge and values of management decision-making in the multicultural business environment of New York City.

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Liberal Arts and Sciences Program

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Goal:
Demonstrate the scholarly ability to examine through study and research the human condition of the 21st Century through an interdisciplinary approach to the liberal arts and sciences.

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Inter-American Studies Program

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Goal:
Demonstrate the scholarly and professional ability to examine the inter-relationships of the peoples and nations of North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean with specific focus on history, culture and migration.

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