CNR TO OFFER EXPANDED
SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE
AT SPECIAL TUITION RATES
NEW ROCHELLE, NY, April 3, 2007 – The College of New
Rochelle (CNR) School of Arts & Sciences (SAS) announced today that
it will expand its summer session offerings to include 26 one- and
three-credit courses in areas such as Studio Art, Natural Sciences and
Math, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology. Summer Session I will run
from May 29 – June 29 and Summer Session II from July 2 – August 3. All
courses will be offered at a special summer tuition rate of $550 per
“Expanding the number of courses and offering them at a
highly competitive rate is a service not only to our own CNR students
but benefits students from surrounding communities as well,” says Dr.
Richard Thompson, Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences. “Many
students find themselves locked out of summer courses elsewhere, and we
want to provide them with the opportunity to continue or accelerate
their studies here at CNR.”
In addition to courses traditionally offered during the
summer, such as Concepts in Biology, Computer Applications, Painting
for Non-Majors, General Psychology, Quantitative Reasoning, Overview of
HIV Infection and AIDS, and Elementary Spanish, CNR has added several
new art and social work courses:
New York Art Scene: This course
provides students the opportunity to experience a broad spectrum of
NYC’s art scene through group visits to museums, galleries, and
performance spaces, as well as artists’ studios and workspaces in
Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Understanding Sexual Violence Issues: This
course is designed to increase knowledge of sexual violence, including
the dynamics of the crime, its historical roots, and its effect on
individuals and communities.
Juvenile Justice: An Examination of the
Population and Effective Programs of Intervention: Students will
examine the juvenile justice population, including trends,
demographics, system response, minority representation, and
Understanding Gangs and Gang Behavior:
This course examines the social phenomena of gangs nationally and
regionally, focusing on the history, organization, and definitions of
gangs and preventive measures.
Registration begins April 16 for Summer Sessions I and
II. For a full listing, visit www.cnr.edu and click on the School of
Arts & Sciences. For information, call 914-654-5248
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