Welcome to another semester at York College via College Now! Here are the details regarding the application process.
1. APPLY HERE if you want to take classes in the summer or the fall at York College in the College Now program.
2. Students that will be taking College Now classes for the summer must FILL OUT THIS MEDICAL FORM.
3. Interested students must see Ms. Hernandez in room 104 to pick up the physical form for College Now to complete and obtain parental consent. You can also ACCESS THE FORM HERE. Make sure to print and complete the form and submit it to Ms. Hernandez in room 104.
Approximate Dates: January 27, 2020 – May 14, 2020
BIO120 (Liberal Arts) Principles of Inheritance and Human Reproduction 3 hrs. 3 crs.
An introduction to the genetics and chemistry of biological macromolecules, including DNA, RNA, and enzymes, and an examination of their role in life processes. Genetics and biology of sexual reproduction; embryonic growth and development. Not credited toward fulfillment of Biology major requirements. Not open to students with credit in a 200 level Biology course.
HE314 (Liberal Arts, NOT Liberal Arts for Accounting Major) Nutrition and Health 2 hrs. 2 crs. (*Spring Semester Only)
The relationship of foods and nutrition to personal health and health problems, such as weight control.
HPGC102 (Liberal Arts) Public Health 3 hrs. 3 crs. (*Fall Semester Only)
Basic principles of health administration and organization, background and development of public health; community health needs and resources; public health activities and personnel; international public health. Field trips may be required.
PSY102 (Liberal Arts) Introductory Psychology 3 hrs. 3 crs.
Basic concepts and methods of contemporary psychology emphasizing the biological basis of behavior, learning, cognition,consciousness, development, stress and personality, abnormal behavior, group behavior, and social interaction. One or more field trips may be required.
SOC101 (Liberal Arts) Introductory Sociology 3 hrs. 3 crs.
This course is an introduction to the basic premises of sociology; the role of social factors as a determinant of human behavior; the formation and function of social institutions and the logic of sociological inquiry. The broad areas covered are the study of sociology, the individual and society, structures of power, social institutions and social change in the modern world. Preq: Passing grade on writing and reading tests. This course may be offered as an online course.
MATH 111 (Liberal Arts) Introduction to Statistics and Probability 4 hrs. 4 crs.
Elements of statistics, graphs, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion; elementary probability theory, counting, binomial and normal distributions.
CS 172 (Liberal Arts) Computer Science I 4 hrs. 4 crs.
Introduction to computer science with a strong emphasis on a systematic approach to problem solving; core principles of programming will be introduced and illustrated through examples in a high level programming language such as C++; applications in natural and social science.