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Baruch College Now

Baruch College Now

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Spring 2014 APPLICATION On-Campus
for
For Partner School Students Only
MONDAY JANUARY 27- THURSDAY MAY 22
nd
, 2014
D
EADLINE
:
 
F
RIDAY
J
ANUARY
10
TH
,
 
2014
Mail/ Hand Deliver Application to
:
(FAXES ARE NOT ACCEPTED)
College Now OfficeBaruch College55 Lexington Avenue, B5-218 New York, NY 10010Attn: Maziely Crisostomo, Associate Director College Now
QUESTIONS?
Email us at collegenow@baruch.cuny.edu or call us at (646) 312-4297
Friend us on Facebook 
Application Checklist:
(Before mailing in the application, make sure you have ALL the documents below)
Spring 2014 College Now Application
College Now Student Application / Registration Form
 
Baruch College Undergraduate Non-degree Student Application Form A2
 
Baruch College Immunization Record
 
MMR Form
 
Parent/Guardian Notification and Consent Form
 
SAT scores
 
High School transcript
 
Baruch College Now
- The College ExperienceSpring 2014 Student Application On-Campus
2
To enroll in a College Now course, a student must meet the following criteria:
-
 
At least a 50 on the PSAT Critical Reading or at least a 480 on the SAT Critical Reading or at least a 75 on theEnglish Language Arts Regents ExamAND-
 
At least a 50 on the PSAT Math or at least a 480 on the SAT Math or at least a 75 on any of the following MathRegents Exams Algebra/Geometry/or Trigonometry
Course Descriptions
BUS 1000: Introduction to Business
(3
CREDITS
)
 
Monday and Wednesday 4:10pm-5:25pmStudents are given an overview of the study of business early in their college studies so that they can decide which fieldto major in and how the world of business works. The class is broken in four distinct parts - finance, marketing,management and an introductory section that covers ethics, global business and economics. Each of these parts coversthe basic concepts found in one of the areas a student might select as a major. Each section also covers the currentissues in today's business world. These are the kinds of topics likely to be encountered in the current business press.Lectures are supplemented with real world case histories designed to highlight a specific topical, and oftencontroversial, issue.
 COM
 
1010:
SPEECH COMMUNICATION
(3
CREDITS
)
 
Tuesday and Thursday, 4:10
 – 
5:25pmThis course provides training and practice in the preparation and delivery of original speeches; encourages the use of 
clear, easy and unaffected American English; and cultivates the student’s sensitivity to the intellectual and ethical
aspects of communication.
FIN
 
1601:
 
P
ERSONAL
F
INANCE
(3
CREDITS
)
 
Monday and Wednesday, 4:10
 – 
5:25pmDiscusses the problems involved in efficient handling of personal finance and consumption expenditure, includingconsumer protection, taxation, insurance, home financing, and methods of borrowing and investing money.
 
Baruch College Now
- The College ExperienceSpring 2014 Student Application On-Campus
3
PSY
 
1001:
 
G
ENERAL
P
SYCHOLOGY
(4
CREDITS
)
 
Monday and Wednesday, 3:45
 – 
5:25pm OR Tuesday and Thursday, 3:45
 – 
5:25pmThis course introduces students to the scientific study of human behavior. It covers the basic psychological processesof thinking, motivation, perception, learning, and the significance of the brain in mediating these processes. Itexamines the normal personality, how it develops, and how if functions in a social context. Psychological disorders arealso discussed. Students select from the following: three hours of participation in a library research workshop on psychological topics; or preparation of a proposal for a simple experiment.
ENG 2100: W
RITING
I
(4
CREDITS
)Tuesday and Thursday, 3:45
 – 
5:25pmThis is an intensive course introducing students to writing as a means of discovery. In Writing I students practice andshare their written articulation of ideas as a community of writers. Students read a variety of intellectually challengingand thematically coherent texts in a range of genres. Throughout, the emphasis is on writing and communication skillsas processes involving multiple steps, including drafting, discussion, revision, and re-thinking.

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