Launched in 2020, the Global Classroom High School Program allows high school students, outside the United States, to take college-level courses, for which they will receive college credit upon their successful completion.

About the College

Nationally-ranked for student success, Hudson Valley Community College is one of the State University of New York’s most acclaimed colleges and offers 80+ associate degrees and certificate programs in the heart of New York’s Capital Region. Hudson Valley is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education with curricula approved by the New York State Education Department. The college serves approximately 10,500 students in three schools:

  • Business and Liberal Arts
  • Health Sciences
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

About the Program and Courses

Summer 2021 Courses Offered

Tuesday, July 6 - Friday, August 13, 2021

Summer 2021 Global Classroom Courses, July 6-Aug. 13
Subject Course Number Course Title Credits Instructor
Accounting (ACTG) 110 Financial Accounting Sean Kerwin
Accounting (ACTG) 120 Personal Finance  Karen Marbot
Fine Arts (ARTS) 100 Survey of Art History Mark Petersen
Business Administration (BADM) 110 Legal & Ethical Environment of Business I Karen Jones
Chemistry (CHEM) 100 General Chem/Health Sciences 4 Hunter Fonda
Computers (CMPT) 101 Computer Concepts & Applications I James Looby
Criminal Justice (CRJS) 101 Intro to Criminal Justice  Patricia Marek O'Neill
Criminal Justice (CRJS) 110 Intro to Criminal Law  Carmine Pesca
Economics (ECON) 100 Principles of Macroeconomics  Laura Gonyea
Education (EDUC)  110 Foundation of Education in America  Casey Lensink
English (ENGL) 115 Library Skills for Research  Sarah Romeo
Marketing (MKTG) 120 Principles of Marketing  Ricky Thibodeau
Political Science (POLS) 105  American National Government  Robert Whitaker
Psychology (PSYC) 100 General Psychology  Michelle Garretson

Registering for a Summer Course

  • Students will need to submit a completed a Student Registration Information form that has been signed by a school administrator or counsel (verifying that they are a high school student).
  • After student has registered, they will be asked to submit a digital photo to the college. The college will then issue the student a Hudson Valley Community College Global Classroom Identification Card.

Get in Touch

Jay Deitchman, Ph.D.
Coordinator for Global Initiatives