College in the High School
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Participating Schools and Current Course Offerings *

Spring 2014

Through its College in the High School program, Hudson Valley Community College offers high school students the opportunity to receive college credits for many of the courses being taught in their schools. At only $50 per credit, this gives students a head start on college for a fraction of regular tuition costs.

Hudson Valley Community College offers scholarships to students who qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program, and are enrolling in College in the High School courses.

Course Dates: Monday, Feb. 3 - Friday, June 13, 2014

Registration Dates: Monday, Dec. 2, 2012 - Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 (See Spring 2014 Registration Calendar for more dates and details.)

Please see your guidance counselor for more information and registration materials
or call us at (518) 629-8164.

School Subject and Course No. Title Credits Prerequisite
AlbanyMATH 160Precalculus4None
ENGL 130Journalism 3None
HIST 111Interp. Of American History II3None
Averill ParkMATH 176Calculus w/Precalculus II4MATH 175
BIOL 105Topics in Biology - The Gene3None
HIST 101Western Civilization & the World I 3None
BerlinMATH 176Calculus w/Precalculus II4MATH 175
SPAN 201Spanish Language & Culture IV3SPAN 200
BethlehemBADM 207Organization & Management3None
MKTG 120Principles of Marketing3None
BOCESCISS 121Networking II - Intro to Network Admin3CISS 120
ECMN 152Direct Current Theory/Mgntsm Pt II2ECMN 151
ECMN 162Direct Current Applications Laboratory Pt II0.5ECMN 152
AUTO 120Engines6None
Christian Brothers AcademyCMPT105Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications II3CMPT 101
MKTG 200Advertising3None
POLS 100Intro to Political Science3None
ColonieCISS 121Networking II - Intro to Network Admin3CISS 120
CMPT 105Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications II3CMPT 101
AUTO 145Passenger Car Chassis I3None
CISS 120Networking I - Intro to Data Communication3None
ECON 100Principles of Macroeconomics3None
ENGL 151Creative Writing: Short Fiction3None
PSYC 100General Psychology3None
SOCL100Sociology3None
ColumbiaMATH 190Calculus II4MATH 176 or MATH 180
MATH 135Elementary Statistics3None
Green Island (Heatly)ENGL 115Library Skills for Research1None
MUSC 106History of Rock & Roll3None
SPAN 100Spanish Language & Culture I3None
THEA 111Acting II3None
ENGL136Media & Culture3None
Green TechENGL 120Communications3None
GuilderlandACTG 110Financial Accounting4None
CMPT101Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications I3None
Hoosic ValleyCMPT105Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications II3CMPT 101
MATH 165Basic Calculus w/Analytic Geometry4MATH 150
MATH176Calculus w/Precalculus II4MATH 175
ACTG 110Financial Accounting4None
MATH 160Precalculus4None
MUSC 101Music Appreciation II3None
PSYC 100General Psychology3None
Hoosick FallsMATH 190Calculus II4MATH 176 or MATH 180
CMPT101Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications I3None
MATH 160Precalculus4None
MKTG 200Advertising3None
La SalleMATH 180Calculus I4MATH 160
LansingburghHIST 111Inter. Of American History II3HIST 110
MATH 176Calculus w/Precalculus II4MATH 175
ACTG110Financial Accounting4None
ENGL 120Communications3None
ENGL 151Creative Writing: Short Fiction3None
Maple HillBIOL 105Topics in Biology - The Gene3None
CMPT101Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications I3None
ENGL 136Media & Culture3None
MATH 150College Algebra w/Trig4None
MATH 160Precalculus4None
MechanicvilleSPAN 201Spanish Language & Culture IV3SPAN 200
SPAN 200Spanish Language & Culture III3None
New LebanonCADD 110Advanced Topics in AutoCAD4CADD 100
New Visions - TroyTHEA 111Acting II3None
North WarrenPSYC 100General Psychology3None
ONC BOCESPSYC 100General Psychology3None
SOCL 100Sociology3None
PSYC 210Abnormal Psychology3None
Questar IIIECMN 152Direct Current Theory/Mgntsm Pt II2ECMN 151
ECMN 162Direct Current Applications Laboratory Pt II0.5ECMN 152
Ravena-Coeymans-SelkirkMATH 131Mathematical Structures II3MATH 130
MATH130Mathematical Structures I3None
POLS 105American National Govt3None
RensselaerMATH 190Calculus II4MATH 176 or MATH 180
HIST 135History of the 20th Century3None
ShakerARTS 101Survey of Art History II3ARTS 100
CMPT 105Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications II3CMPT 101
CRFT 241Jewerly II2CRFT 141
CRFT 251Stained Glass II2CRFT 151
MATH 106Applied Tech Math II3MATH 105
BADM 207Organization & Management3None
BADM 220Statistics4None
CMPT 101Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications I3None
CNST 130Principles & Practices of Light Construction3None
CRFT 141Jewerly I2None
CRFT 151Intro to Stained Glass Techniques2None
EDUC 100Child Development3None
MFTS 211Manufacturing Processes3None
MKTG 120Principles of Marketing3None
ShenendehowaMATH 110Intermediate Algebra3None
MATH 150College Algebra w/Trig4None
MKTG120Principles of Marketing3None
StillwaterFREN 101French Language & Culture II3FREN 100
ENGL 115Library Skills for Research1None
MATH150College Algebra w/Trig4None
PSYC100General Psychology3None
SPAN 200Spanish Language & Culture III3None
TamaracCMPT 105Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications II3CMPT 101
BADM 100Business Concepts & Applications4None
CMPT101Pers. Computer Concepts & Applications I3None
MKTG 120Principles of Marketing3None
TroyHIST111Intrep. Of American History II3HIST 110
MATH180Calculus I4MATH 160
MATH 190Calculus II4MATH 176 or MATH 180
ACTG 110Financial Accounting4None
ARTS 140TV Production I3None
ARTS145Intro to Electronic Arts3None
ECON 100Principles of Macroeconomics3None
MATH160Precalculus4None
POLS 105American National Govt3None
PSYC 100General Psychology3None
Waterford-HalfmoonHIST 111Inter. Of American History II3HIST 110
BADM 200Business Communications3None
WatervlietHIST111Inter. Of American History II3HIST 110
MATH 131Mathematical Structures II3MATH 130
MATH 180Calculus 4MATH 160
ENGL 232African American Literature3None