Languages & Multicultural Learning Courses

BI-799 | Spanish II: Habla Español: Conversational Spanish

This second-level Spanish course will help students expand their basic understanding of the Spanish language and enhance their conversational and vocabulary skills. Focus will be on listening, pronunciation and grammar. Through dialogue exercises, students will improve their ability to communicate in restaurants, shopping, travel and business.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: CE 293 Spanish I: Colloquial Spanish or instructor approval.

Habla Español: Conversational Spanish (Spanish II)


Course: Habla Español: Conversational Spanish (Spanish II)

Start Date End Date Fee
March 22nd, 2022 April 26th, 2022 $259
Course Content
Habla Español: Conversational Spanish (Spanish II) - BI-799 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 22nd, 2022 Apr 26th, 2022 Tuesday, Thursday 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM David Taylor Online Synchronous 1

BI-800 | Spanish III

This course builds upon your knowledge of conversational Spanish to increase your proficiency with the Spanish language. Adelante!
Total Program Hours: 15 hours

Spanish III


Course: Spanish III

Start Date End Date Fee
May 3rd, 2022 June 2nd, 2022 $259
Course Content
Spanish III - BI-800 001WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 3rd, 2022 Jun 2nd, 2022 Tuesday, Thursday 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM David Taylor Online Synchronous 1

BI-801 | Spanish IV

Spanish has become one of the most important world economic languages. This course will provide you with confidence to improve your Spanish language fluency. The goal is to learn how to correctly structure sentences. Use of actual cultural and historical information and resources to enhance and incite deeper understanding and acquisition of target language.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: BI 800 Spanish III or instructor approval.

Spanish for Business and Personal Improvement I (Spanish IV)


Course: Spanish for Business and Personal Improvement I (Spanish IV)

Start Date End Date Fee
February 7th, 2022 March 9th, 2022 $259
Course Content
Spanish for Business and Personal Improvement I (Spanish IV) - BI-801 001WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Feb 7th, 2022 Mar 9th, 2022 Monday, Wednesday 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM David Taylor Online Synchronous 1

BI-802 | Spanish V

Selected Spanish Readings. This course will challenge the basic Spanish student to actively put into use the grammar, syntax and vocabulary learned in the beginning classes by exposing them to cultural readings from around the Spanish speaking world.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: BI 801 Spanish IV or instructor approval.

BI-803 | Italian II

A continuation of Italian I, this course will focus on everyday situations and on practicing and using the language when traveling. Emphasis will be on the spoken language. Si parla! Su!
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: CE 327 Italian I or instructor approval.

BI-804 | Italian III

A continuation of Italian II, this course will focus on everyday situations as well as focus on some contemporary Literature.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: BI 803 Italian II or instructor approval

BI-807 | Italian IV

A continuation of Italian III, this course will provide a unique opportunity to gain insight into the mores, customs and lifestyle of the people of the target language, Italian.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: BI-804 Italian III or equivalent. This course is only suitable for people who already speak and understand Italian at a certain level.

BI-808 | Italian V

A continuation of Italian IV, this course will provide a unique opportunity to gain insight into the mores, customs and lifestyle of the people of the target language, Italian.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours
Prerequisite: I 807 Italian IV or instructor approval.

CE-293 | Spanish I: Colloquial Spanish

In this lively class, students will learn to speak and discover the benefits of knowing a second language. This class will emphasize oral and written expression, pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. If you are a recreational traveler or seeking skills for business communication, this course will give you an added advantage. Through dialogue exercises, students will improve their ability to communicate in restaurants, shopping, travel and business.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours

Colloquial Spanish (Spanish I) (Formally BI 578)


Course: Colloquial Spanish (Spanish I)

Start Date End Date Fee
February 8th, 2022 March 10th, 2022 $259
Course Content
Colloquial Spanish (Spanish I) - CE-293 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Feb 8th, 2022 Mar 10th, 2022 Tuesday, Thursday 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM David Taylor Online Synchronous 1

CE-327 | Italian I

This course enables you to speak Italian quickly and easily. Learn the basic skills of introductions, greetings, names and descriptions of everyday objects. Valuable internet sources will be provided to reinforce classroom knowledge.
Total Program Hours: 15 hours

CE-403 | Introduction to Abnormal Psychology (Taught in Korean)

This course is an examination of psychological adjustment and of the prevention and treatment of psychological disorders. The course focuses on the framework established by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Topics of discussion include community mental health problems, stress and coping mechanisms, anxiety disorders, sexual variations and dysfunction, and the more severe disorders such as schizophrenia. Total Program Hours: 16 hours

Introduction to Abnormal Psychology (Taught in Korean)


Course: Introduction to Abnormal Psychology - Institute for Multicultural Learning(Taugh

Start Date End Date Fee
February 9th, 2022 May 4th, 2022 $49
Course Content
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology - Institute for Multicultural Learning(Taugh - CE-403 001WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Feb 9th, 2022 May 4th, 2022 Wednesday 6:20 PM - 7:50 PM TBD Online Synchronous 1

CE-404 | Eat Well to Live Well – Institute for Multicultural Learning (Taught in Korean)

This 5-session course taught in Korean will promote awareness of chronic diseases and expand community health prevention. In addition, this course will introduce the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans – published by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and discuss the several nutrients that increase the risk of incidence. Total Program Hours: 12.5 hours

Eat Well to Live Well (Taught in Korean)


Course: Eat Well to Live Well - Institute for Multicultural Learning (Taught in Korean)

Start Date End Date Fee
February 26th, 2022 April 2nd, 2022 $99
Course Content
Eat Well to Live Well - Institute for Multicultural Learning (Taught in Korean) - CE-404 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Feb 26th, 2022 Apr 2nd, 2022 Saturday 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Vivian Huh Paramus 1

CE-405 | Modern Asian History – Institute for Multicultural Learning (Taught in Korean)

This course is a study of modern China, India, and Japan. The course focuses on these societies’ traditional cultures and world views and on the alterations and disruptions in these societies as a result of the introduction of Western values and ideas in the 19th and 20th centuries. Total Program Hours: 36.75


Course: Modern Asian History - (Taught in Korean)

Start Date End Date Fee
January 18th, 2022 May 10th, 2022 $49
Course Content
Modern Asian History - Institute for Multicultural Learning(Taught in Korean) - CE-405 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Jan 18th, 2022 May 10th, 2022 Tuesday 9:30 AM - 12:15 PM Kil Yi Paramus 3

CE-458 | Psychology Of Human Relations

This course is designed to encourage each student’s active participation in a series of activities and lectures that promote increased self-awareness and self-concept. Source materials in the psychology of human relations, communications, group behavior, adjustment, and leadership are studied and discussed.
Total Program Hours: 37.5 hours

CE-459 | American History

This course is a survey of the United States’ history from the Reconstruction period to the present. Emphasis is placed on the American political system and the social, economic, and diplomatic development of the United States.
Total Program Hours: 37.5 hours

CE-460 | Racism in America I: The Origins -Multicultural (Taught in Korean)

This course discusses the rise of racial consciousness and how it affected America’s social fabric and political and economic institutions.
Total Program Hours: 30 hours

CE-461 | Racism in America II: Asian-American Experience -Multicultural (Taught in Korean)

This course discusses the arrival of Asian immigrants in the mid-19th century and how their presence engendered the notion of “Yellow Peril” which is still present in modern America.
Total Program Hours: 30 hours

CE-462 | Racism in America III: Struggle for Equality -Multicultural (Taught in Korean)

This course discusses America’s long history of struggle for equality. Major themes are the Anti-slavery movement, Black Intellectualism, the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and, 60s, Native Americans, Latino-Hispanic Americans, and Asian American struggles.
Total Program Hours: 37.5 hours

SD-057 | Sign Language 1 – Beginner

Learn the fundamentals of American Sign Language (ASL). Students are introduced to spelling, grammar, exchanging personal information, and talking about family, friends and activities. This course is designed for those who have no knowledge of American Sign Language.
Total Program Hours: 20 hours

Sign Language I


American Sign Language ( ASL) Beginner

Course: Sign Language I (ASL)

Start Date End Date Fee
March 21st, 2022 April 20th, 2022 $299
Course Content
Sign Language I (ASL) - SD-057 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 21st, 2022 Apr 20th, 2022 Monday, Wednesday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Carl Andreasen Online Synchronous 2

SD-058 | Sign Language II – Advanced Beginner

This skill-building course is designed for those who have completed a beginner’s ASL course or the equivalent. Develop your receptive and expressive signing skills, look at ASL semantics, culture,features of time, classifiers, making requests, discussing occupations, and attributing qualities to others.
Total Program Hours: 20 hours
Prerequisite: SD 057 Sign Language 1 or instructor approval.

Sign Language 2 (Advanced Beginner)


Sign Language II – Advanced Beginner

American Sign Language courses may be taught without voice.

If you are unsure what level is appropriate for you, contact Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at 201 493-8975 or [email protected].

This skill-building course is designed for those who have completed a beginner’s ASL course or

the equivalent. Develop your receptive and expressive signing skills, look at ASL semantics, culture,

features of time, classifiers, making requests, discussing occupations, and attributing qualities to others.

Prerequisite: Sign Language I or equivalent

Course: Sign Language II Advanced Beginner (ASL)

Start Date End Date Fee
May 2nd, 2022 June 6th, 2022 $299
Course Content
Sign Language II Advanced Beginner (ASL) - SD-058 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 2nd, 2022 Jun 6th, 2022 Monday, Wednesday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Carl Andreasen Online Synchronous 2

SD-059 | Sign Language III Intermediate

This course will introduce additional work with classifiers, facial expression, conversational markers, and language rules for giving directions. In addition, ASL semantics and syntax will be introduced.
Total Program Hours: 20 hours

Sign Language III Intermediate


Sign Language III – Intermediate

American Sign Language courses may be taught without voice.

If you are unsure what level is appropriate for you, contact Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at 201 493-8975 or [email protected].

 

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SD-060 | Sign Language IV Conversational

Improve receptive and expressive skills in American Sign Language. With the use of role-playing exercises, participants will interact and discuss everyday situations, including workplace experiences, family matters, and educational settings. No textbook is required for this course.
Total Program Hours: 20 hours

Sign Language IV Conversational


Sign Language IV – Conversational

American Sign Language courses may be taught without voice.

To register call 201 447-7488

If you are unsure what level is appropriate for you, contact Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at 201 493-8975 or [email protected].

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