Continuing Education Catalog

Register online for our Winter & Spring 2021 Continuing Education programs by using our Non-Credit Course Registration Request Form.

Many of the these non-credit courses will be held either completely or partially online. These classes are generally held through Zoom, though some use other online platforms, such as Blackboard or Google Classroom. To be successful with these courses, students should have basic computer skills and a familiarity with using the Internet. Some courses require regular logins, and others are self-paced. The course description will indicate which type of online course it is and which online platform(s) will be used.

 

 
Creating Stained Glass Weekend
April 24 and 25
Saturday & Sunday | 8am to 12pm | Queensbury Campus
 
Learn the art of creating stained glass objects. Experience cutting glass to fit a pattern, grinding, foiling and soldering the pieces. Students will have the opportunity to create two unique stained glass pieces. All levels are welcome. Please note: No refunds will be issued for materials fees after Friday, April 16. Students should wear closed-toe shoes to class.
 
Instructor: Claire Griffith
Price: $107 (Course price includes a $20 materials fee.)
CRN: 20263
 
 
Introduction to Drawing
March 25 to April 22
Thursdays | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
If you love to sketch or would like to learn, this course is perfect for you! Explore the expressive possibilities of drawing, including the basic elements of sketching and drawing such as lines, space and perspective. Discover the secrets of shading solid forms and learn the language of drawing and how to convey your ideas. Participants must provide their own charcoals, pencils, an eraser, 11-by-14-inch sketchbook and masking tape.
 
Instructor: Valeria Orozco
Price: $59
CRN: 20264
 

ADOBE CERTIFICATION EXAMS

SUNY Adirondack is proud to offer Adobe certification exam services! Whether you’re a student or a professional, Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certifications can give you the edge you need on your resume by adding an industry-recognized credential. Exams currently offered include:
  • Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop®
  • Video Communication using Adobe Premiere® Pro
  • Graphic Design & Illustration using Adobe Illustrator®
  • Print & Digital Media Publication using Adobe InDesign®
  • Visual Effects & Motion Graphics using Adobe After Effects®
  • Multiplatform Animation using Adobe Animate CC®
Contact the Office of Continuing Education at 518.743.2238 or conted@sunyacc.edu to schedule a certification exam and to find out more information about options and pricing. Please plan to discuss the exam(s) in which you are interested, the software you’re using, your timeframe for taking the exam(s) and whether you have a voucher for the exam(s).
 
Interested in online courses in Adobe, Excel and other software?

View SUNY Adirondack Ed2Go courses at https://www.ed2go.com/Adirondack, and search on-demand courses by title, topic, dates available or version.


BUSINESS CENTRAL 

Winter & Spring 2021 non-credit courses offered by SUNY Adirondack’s Office of Business Central are listed below. For information about other Business Central activities, please see Business Central's webpage.

 
 
Start-Up ADK
February 2 to March 23
Tuesdays | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Are you starting or expanding a small business? Join us live and online for this comprehensive and informative eight-session, 16-hour course focused on the business planning process and providing the skills needed to start up or scale up your business. Kim London, a local serial entrepreneur and SUNY ADK faculty member, delivers an interactive and robust program. Kim incorporates local content experts in marketing, market research, bookkeeping, tax issues and cash flow, financial projections, legal considerations, human resources, business insurance and more. Participants use an online business plan builder and gain knowledge, feedback and support from an experienced entrepreneur. If you successfully complete this program, you may be eligible to apply for a small-business loan through Warren or Washington County’s LDC.
 
This course is sponsored by Warren County Local Development Corporation, Washington County Local Development Corporation and SUNY Adirondack’s Office of Business Central, with support provided by the SUNY Adirondack Foundation.
 
Please note: Technologies used during this course will include Zoom Video Conferencing, Google Classroom and EntreSkills. If you have a Gmail address, please be sure to provide it upon registration for a seamless enrollment. Questions? Contact Brandon Aldous 518.681.5613 or aldousb@sunyacc.edu
 
Instructor: Kim Feeney London
Price: $200
CRN: 20353
 
 
 
BP10™ Open Enrollment Course: Discover Your Gallup® Builder Talents™ Workshop
Remote via Zoom
 
Do you have plans to open a business and need clarity on your talents? Are you a business owner looking to scale up your business? Are you unsure of your innate talents and how to build a team around you? Join us for this three-part session in which we will explore your builder talents by using the Gallup® Builder Profile 10™ assessment as a foundation for learning more about the 10 Builder Talents. Interactive conversations and coaching will help you develop an action plan to best use your talents to achieve your goals.
  • Session 1: Introduction to the BP 10™ assessment and the importance of understanding talents when building a team (90 minutes)
  • Session 2: Discovering Your Builder Talent and exploring how best to leverage strengths and talents to achieve your goals (two hours)
  • Session 3: Private coaching session with a trained Gallup® Builder Talents™ Coach (one hour).
Please see cohort options and dates below. You only need to pick one cohort, and should be committed to the dates/times of each session listed in that cohort. Registrants will not be provided the opportunity to participate in more than one cohort if a session is missed.
 
Register now! Cohorts will be limited to 5 participants. If you are interested in learning more, please contact the Office of Business Central at businesscentral@sunyacc.edu.
 
March Cohort (CRN: 20357)
• Session 1: Tuesday, March 16, from 12-1:30 pm
• Session 2: Tuesday, March 23, from 12-2 pm
• Session 3: To be scheduled to occur within 4 weeks of course completion
 
April Cohort  (CRN: 20358)
• Session 1: Friday, April 9, from 8-9:30 am
• Session 2: Friday, April 16, from 8-10 am
• Session 3: To be scheduled to occur within 4 weeks of course completion
 
Price: $240 (Course price includes a $90 materials fee.) Fee includes the Gallup® Builder Profile 10™ assessment and report, the BP 10™ intensity report and the Discover Your Builder Talents Participant Workbook. Participants will be sent a link to complete the online assessment before beginning the class. Gallup®, Builder Profile 10™, BP 10™ and the 10 Builder Profile theme names are trademarks of Gallup, Inc.

 
 
Microsoft Excel 2019 — Advanced Topics & Tools NEW!
February 16 and 18
Tuesday & Thursday | 6 to 8:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Use Excel to manage, share and present data professionally or personally. Learn, review and apply IF statements, VLookup, advanced formulas and functions, graphs, pivot tables, share and protect workbooks, automate functionality, create sparklines and forecast data. This course is intended for those individuals who have significant experience with Microsoft Excel and are interested in advancing their skills and efficiency in this software application. Please note that skills with navigation of computer hardware, software and files are required. To successfully complete this course, you must attend both course sessions.
 
Please note: The instruction and course materials will focus on the 2019 Desktop version of the software. Each participant will be required to have the PC version of Microsoft Excel software and a Windows operating system to participate in the classes.
 
Please come to the live, interactive class sessions in Zoom with the software already installed on your desktop or laptop. (Macintosh-based software and hardware, as well as the online
version of Excel software, will not be the focus of this course.) After you register, you will be invited to complete a survey to share information about your experience with Excel (e.g., version you have, how you have used Excel) and your goals or specific questions about Excel (e.g., what you would like to be able to do Excel in the future) to support instructional planning.
 
Registration for this class closes Monday, February 8, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Ken Ivins, Ivins Computer Consulting
Price: $105 (Course price includes a $10 materials fee.)
CRN: 20348
 
 
 
Microsoft Word 2019 — Advanced Topics & Tools NEW!
February 25
Thursday | 6 to 9pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Use Word professionally or personally for writing complex documents, mailing, organizing information, collaboration and other tasks. Learn, review and apply strategies for incorporating tables and charts, graphic elements and images, document references and links, mail merges and collaboration. This course is intended for those individuals who have significant experience with Microsoft Word and are interested in advancing their skills and efficiency in this software application. Please note that skills with navigation of computer hardware, software and files are required. To successfully complete this course, you must attend the entire course session.
 
Please note: The instruction and course materials will focus on the 2019 Desktop version of the software. Each participant will be required to have the PC version of Microsoft Word software and a Windows operating system to participate in the classes.
 
Please come to the live, interactive class sessions in Zoom with the software already installed on your desktop or laptop. (Macintosh-based software and hardware, as well as the online version of Word software, will not be the focus of this course.) After you register, you will be invited to complete a survey to share information about your experience with Word (e.g., version you have, how you have used Word) and your goals or specific questions about Word (e.g., what you would like to be able to do with Word in the future) to support instructional planning.
 
Registration for this class closes Wednesday, February 17, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Ken Ivins, Ivins Computer Consulting
Price: $65 (Course price includes a $10 materials fee.)
CRN: 20347
 
 
 
Zoom for Professionals NEW!
February 11
Thursday | 9 to 11am | Remote via Zoom
 
Advance your skills with engaging and managing colleagues, students and others remotely. Whether you’re facilitating meetings, collaborating with colleagues, or providing instruction or training, Zoom offers a range of tools to support success. Instructors and professionals using Zoom are invited to review, rehearse and discuss strategies related to settings, hosting, sharing screens, engagement (e.g., polling, breakout rooms, reactions), tracking information (e.g., whiteboard, documents) and other components of this live, interactive platform. After you register, you will be invited to complete a survey to share information about your experience with Zoom and your goals or specific questions about the platform to support instructional planning.
 
Instructor: Erin Krivitski, Psy.D, Assistant Director for Workforce Innovation & Training, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $35
CRN: 20349
 
 
 
JavaScript Frameworks
February 1 to April 28 (No class on March 15 & 17)
Mondays & Wednesdays | 5:45 to 8:45pm | Remote via Microsoft Teams
 
This is an intermediate class suitable for students who have a strong foundation in JavaScript. It begins by solidifying student skills in functional programming, higher-order functions, callbacks, currying, recursions and promises. JSX and Virtual DOM are covered and practiced, then the curriculum dives into components in React.js and other popular frameworks.
 
Eligibility: Before registering for this class, students must email AlbanyCanCode at info@albanycancode.org to determine eligibility. Prospective students will complete prerequisite online work assigned by AlbanyCanCode.
 
Instructors: Matina Patsos and Jamal Taylor, AlbanyCanCode
Price: $1,750 (Tuition assistance may be available.)
CRN: 20354
 

 
5-Hour Pre-Licensing Course
 
Mondays | 9am to 2pm | Remote via Zoom
  • February 15 - CRN: 20288
  • April 5  - CRN: 20290
Mondays | 5 to 10pm | Remote via Zoom
  • March 8 - CRN: 20289
  • May 10 - CRN: 20291
  • June 14 - CRN: 70001
  • July 12 - CRN: 70002
  • July 26 - CRN: 70003
  • August 9 - CRN: 70004
  • August 23 - CRN: 70005
This five-hour pre-licensing course is required by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles for all applicants who want to take a road test for a driver’s license. A MV-278 completion certificate needed for road test appointments will be issued at the conclusion of this class. Please note: A New York State Learner’s Permit (photo ID) is required.
 
Preregistration is required through Continuing Education. Please go to https://form.jotform.com/202166739245155 to preregister for the 5-Hour Course. Students should arrive 10 minutes early. Class starts promptly at the scheduled time. Students must have their cameras on at all times during the course; the instructor must be able to see each student to confirm attendance for the duration of the class.
 
Instructor: Bell’s Driving School
Price: $55
 
 
 
About Boating Safely (ABS)
April 10
Saturday | 8:30am to 5pm | Remote via Zoom
 
All motor boat operators born on or after January 1, 1993 need a boating safety certificate to legally operate a motor boat. In addition, all operators of motorized vessels, regardless of age, will need a boating safety certificate by January 1, 2025. This basic power boat and Personal Watercraft (PWC) class will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary boating safety certificate for motorboat and Personal Watercraft operation. This course meets the boating safety education requirements for the state of New York. Many insurance companies recognize the certificate for discounts on boat insurance. Operators may not operate a Personal Watercraft (Jet Ski®, Sea-Doo®, etc.) unless they are at least 14 years of age and hold a boater safety certificate issued by the USCG Auxiliary for having completed an eight-hour, classroom-based course.
 
Please note: Participants must attend all eight hours and pass the final exam to qualify for the certificate, which is issued at the end of class. This course is open to individuals who are at least 10 years of age. Participants younger than 14 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the duration of the class. Students must have their cameras on at all times during the course; the instructor must be able to see each student to confirm attendance for the duration of the class.
 
Registration for this course closes Monday, April 5, to ensure mailing and participant receipt of course workbook. No refunds will be issued for materials after April 5.
 
Instructor: U.S. Coast Guard, Lake George Flotilla 15-10
Price: $35 (Course price includes a $20 materials fee.)
CRN: 20270

 
Estate Planning Basics NEW!
March 25
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Estate planning is the act of preparing for the management and transfer of your assets during incapacity or upon your death. While a will is the cornerstone of any estate plan, it is important that you have a power of attorney and healthcare proxy in place during your lifetime in the event you lose the capacity to make important decisions for yourself due to an emergency or medical condition. Join estate planning attorney Jessica Botelho for a detailed discussion on the basics of estate planning, and learn how to prepare yourself and your family for life’s inevitable events.
 
Instructor: Jessica Botelho, Partner at Harris-Pero & Botelho, PLLC
Price: $15
CRN: 20304
 
 
 
Medicare Basics Workshop
February 25
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Knowledge is imperative in choosing your Medicare health plan. At this workshop, you will learn all about Medicare basics and all its parts, premiums and deductibles. You will learn how to evaluate and make an educated decision in choosing your Medicare plan every year with confidence. Also, do you know about — or do you qualify for — state prescription assistance or other available assistance programs? Join us to learn more! You will be able to identify the differences between a Medicare Advantage Plan, a Medicare Supplement Plan and Part D Prescription Coverage.
 
Instructor: Maureen Hallaran, NSSA, Mosaic Wealth Strategies Group, Ltd.
Price: $15
CRN: 20271
 
 
 
Maximize Your Social Security Benefit
March 3
Wednesday | 6:15 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
A few key decisions can make a big difference in the amount of your Social Security benefit. Attend this hands-on workshop and learn strategies to get the most money from Social Security. Learn how to plan for taxes, healthcare and other costs during retirement, as well as how to wisely grow and protect your retirement income. This session will cover key Social Security benefit choices, such as individual and spousal options, and help you understand simple steps to maximize your benefit. Join us before you make a financial decision that may not be reversible.
 
Instructor: Frank Finch, Principal of Life Stages Financial Group
Price: $15
CRN: 20272
 
 
 
Multigenerational Planning
March 22
Monday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Family wealth transfer is not just about passing wealth to the next generation. It is also about how to pass on what is important and how to avoid damaging our children’s relationships with each other. Join estate planning attorney Jessica Botelho and financial advisor Frank Finch as we focus on family wealth management, financial security and estate and legacy planning. Understand how to avoid making big mistakes and how the right communication between family members may lead to successful transfer of assets and wealth.
 
Instructor: Frank Finch, Principal of Life Stages Financial Group, with Jessica Botelho, Partner at Harris-Pero Legal Counsel, PLLC
Price: $15
CRN: 20273

 
Restorative Yoga
February 9 to April 27
Tuesdays | 6 to 7:15 pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Restorative yoga is a rejuvenating and fully supported practice using props and blankets to modify and enhance traditional yoga postures. The postures gently stretch and open the body, relieving chronic tension as well as stress, leading to deep relaxation and healing. Restorative breathing and meditation practices will be included. All levels are welcome. Students should provide their own yoga mat, blanket and strap.
 
Instructor: Tobey Gifford, Lemon Tree Yoga
Price: $105
CRN: 20274
 
 
 
30-Minute Lunchtime Yoga NEW!
February 17 to April 21
Wednesdays | 12:30 to 1pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Would you like to “kick start” your mind and focus on the future afternoon task at hand? 30-Minute Lunchtime Yoga incorporates stretching, meditation and postures that will let you sneak in a workout when you don’t have an hour to spare. This chair class promotes a focused, relaxed, clear mind and healthy body. If you are stuck at your desk, on your lunch break, or at home with the kids, this short but sweet class is perfect for you! All levels are welcome.
 
Instructor: Tobey Gifford, Lemon Tree Yoga
Price: $39
CRN: 20321
 
 
 
Latin Line Dance NEW!
February 25 to April 1
Thursdays | 6:30 to 7:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Have you ever wanted to learn to dance to fun, catchy rhythms such as Salsa, Bachata, Cha-Cha and more? This course will introduce you to several Latin line dances using popular classic music. No partner or experience needed. All you need are some comfortable shoes and an open space in which to dance.
 
Instructor: Jennifer Cornell
Price: $45
CRN: 20322
 
 
 
Interval Training with Strength Conditioning NEW!
 
Morning Sessions
Mondays & Wednesdays | 6 to 6:30am | Remote via Zoom
  • Morning Session 1: February 8 to March 10 - CRN 20305
  • Morning Session 2: March 15 to April 14 - CRN 20306
  • Morning Session 3: April 19 to May 19 - CRN 20307
Evening Sessions
Mondays & Wednesdays | 5:30 to 6pm | Remote via Zoom
  • Evening Session 1: February 8 to March 10 - CRN 20323
  • Evening Session 2: March 15 to April 14 - CRN 20324
  • Evening Session 3: April 19 to May 19 - CRN 20325
Get results fast. Intervals will have you working hard for 30 seconds at a time to make the most of your time. We will incorporate body-weight resistance and the use of hand weights (5 to 15 lbs.). Build strength and endurance with this total-body workout. A generous stretch at the end of the workout will leave you feeling recharged and relaxed.
 
This class is free for most members of BlueShield of Northeastern New York (BSNENY) insurance. BSNENY members, please register at fitnessprofessionalsondemand.com. All others must register directly with SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education.
 
Instructor: Leigh-Anne Rockower, Fitness Professionals on Demand
Price: $80 per session

 
Bread Baking for Beginners NEW!
February 13
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
The art of bread baking is an ancient one, but it’s still very much in use today. If you have ever wanted to learn how to bake yeast and batter breads, then this class is for you! Join us for a virtual cooking workshop where we will make—and eat—some yummy treats. Learn the basics of bread making and create some yeast-based soft pretzels, focaccia bread and an Amish Friendship Bread starter.
 
Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
Price: $19
CRN: 20316
 
 
 
Cooking with International Flavors
March 4, April 8 and May 6
Thursdays | 6 to 7pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Join Durga Om (Tobey Gifford), director and teacher at the Lemon Tree Yoga Studio, as she shares her travel experiences and takes you on an international journey each month to learn about the wonderful flavors of the world. She will demonstrate how to make easy and delicious food, cooking with international flavors from Costa Rica, Thailand and India. This course will awaken your senses and introduce you to new options for flavorful meals at home.
 
Instructor: Tobey Gifford
Price: $35
CRN: 20280
 
 
 
Keep it Simple & Sweet — Delicious Chocolate Desserts NEW!
April 1
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Enjoy a two-hour mouth-watering class that demonstrates how to make four delicious, simple desserts using hot fudge sauce! These desserts are great for simple, intimate gatherings or for a crowd. Recipes, techniques and ingredients lists will be provided before the class for those who would like to follow along.
 
Instructor: Katie Camarro, Sundaes Best Hot Fudge Sauce
Price: $19
CRN: 20318
 
 
 
Beginner Cookie Decorating
Northwest Bay Conference Center, Adirondack Hall, Queensbury Campus
 
March 24: Spring & Easter Delights: Wednesday | 6 to 8:30pm | CRN 20282
and/or
May 1: Mother’s Day Cookies: Saturday | 10am to 12:30pm | CRN 20283
 
Sign up for one cookie decorating session, or both! If you’ve never worked with royal icing or have dabbled just a little, this class will help you get started. After a brief discussion on the basics and tips and tricks of baking cookies, learn hands-on how to create five different cookie designs, step by step. Then, take them home with you along with recipes for icing and sugar cookies, a decorating tool, a cookie cutter and a packet of seasonal sprinkles and/or cookie decorations. You’ll also learn where to find further information online (tutorials, instructional blogs, recipes and vendors/suppliers) if you’d like to take your new skills to the next level. Leave with inspiration and even more enjoyment of the art of cookie decorating! These courses are open to students ages 12 and older; students younger than 17 are welcome with a parent or guardian.
 
No refunds will be issued after March 22 for Spring & Easter Delights or after April 29 for the Mother’s Day Cookies class.
 
Instructor: Cindy Burek, Buttercup Cookie
Price: $65 per session ($130 for both sessions)
 
 
From Stream to Table: Catching, Preparing and Serving Local Fish NEW!
April 15
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Although you can purchase fresh fish at local grocery stores, why not learn how to catch your own fish to eat? In this course, we will cover what types of water sources will support healthy populations of different types of fish, the basic categories of food-friendly fish and ways to catch them, as well as different methods of cooking and preserving fish. This course will also include a question-and-answer session and an optional fish cooking session.
 
Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham & Dan Carusone, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
Price: $19
CRN: 20317
 
 
 
Wild Edibles NEW!
April 10
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Have you ever wanted to learn which wild-growing plants can be safely eaten? Join us for a course that will teach you to be able to confidently identify wild edibles that are commonly found in the Adirondack region of New York and inform you about what parts of the plants are safely edible, when they should be harvested and also how they can be prepared.
 
Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
Price: $19
CRN: 20309
 
 
 

Basic Food Preservation

May 8
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Learn the basics of food preservation! In this class, participants will learn about food preservation safety skills (a must when preserving food), and how to safely make refrigerator salsa fresca, refrigerator pickles, jerky and jam.
 
Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
Price: $19
CRN: 20279
 
 
 
Mixology for the Home Bartender NEW!
March 8
Monday | 6 to 9pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Over the course of several hours, we will discuss, prepare and taste some of the most classic cocktails of all time. Study the history of each drink, the spirits that go into making them, their ingredients, glassware and garnishes. We’ll taste the cocktails and discuss what we’re tasting. Learn how to prepare the classic Rob Roy, Cosmopolitan, classic Martini, Bourbon Old Fashioned, Rusty Nail, the Sidecar, the Stinger and more. Please note: A list of ingredients for the cocktails will be provided; participants must purchase these ingredients before the course begins so they can follow along with the instructor to create the cocktails in class. This class is for beginners as well as more experienced consumers. Students must be at least 21 years of age to participate in this class.
 
Instructor: Frank Burns
Price: $35
CRN: 20319
 
 
 
Beer Server & Enthusiast Training Course
February 2 to March 9
Tuesdays | 2 to 4pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Learn about key aspects of beer and the beer industry for individuals working in breweries, restaurants and other areas of the hospitality industry, as well as beer enthusiasts and home brewers! Topics will include storing and serving beer, styles, flavor, evaluation, beer ingredients and brewing processes, and pairing beer with food. Craft your understanding of the culture of beer using the tools and skills of professionals and devotees. Your learning experience will be guided by the owner of The Ruck, who is Cicerone Certified®. Some course sessions will be facilitated from The Ruck and other regional craft beer destinations, so you’ll have the insider’s view of the serving and brewing industry. This course is intended to help prepare participants for the Cicerone Certified Beer Server exam; however, it is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Cicerone Certification Program. The Cicerone Certified Beer Server exam will not be administered during the course, although participants will receive a discounted voucher for the online exam with registration for this course.
 
Please note: Students should purchase or have their copy of “Tasting Beer, 2nd Edition: An Insider’s Guide to the World’s Greatest Drink” (2017) by Randy Mosher available during class sessions.
Students should be prepared to purchase selected beers to sample during and between class sessions to increase their understanding of and ability to effectively discuss beer styles, characteristics, evaluation processes and so on.
 
Prerequisite: All students must be at least 21 years old to participate in this class; age will be validated at course registration.
 
Registration for this class closes Tuesday, January 26, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: David Gardell, Cicerone Certified®, Owner of The Ruck
Price: $280 (Course price includes a $30 materials fee.)
CRN: 20338

Continuing Education is pleased to present “Friday Freebies,” a series of online, no-cost, half-hour courses offered through Zoom for fun and personal enrichment!

 

Conversational American Sign Language for Zoomers
January 22
Friday | 2 to 2:30pm | Remote via Zoom
Preregistration is required; preregister HERE at this Zoom link. After preregistering, you will receive an email from Zoom with the link to this session.
 
Join us to learn some basic American Sign Language (ASL) phrases, as well as details about the upcoming "Conversational American Sign Language" course, which will be offered from March 2-30.  Instructor: Aaron Coulson, ACEntertainment
 
 
Quick & Easy Vegan Banana Bread
January 29
Friday | 2 to 2:30pm | Remote via Zoom
Preregistration is required; preregister HERE at this Zoom link. After preregistering, you will receive an email from Zoom with the link to this session.
 
Join Marybeth Mitcham from the Warren County Cornell Cooperative Extension and learn how to make a quick and easy vegan banana bread.  This delicious bread is easy to throw together and healthy even if you don't follow a vegan diet! Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
 

 
Ancestral Healing NEW!
March 3
Wednesday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
New information in epigenetics, the study of heritable changes that do not involve alterations in the DNA sequence, are beginning to demonstrate how markers from ancestral trauma are hindering our growth and healing. Maybe you have a sense of heaviness as a result of something in the history of your family of origin—a weight that keeps you stuck, anxious, uncertain or lacking direction. Did you know the experiences of your ancestors, including the traumas they endured, can be passed on from generation to generation, leaving imprints on those who come after them—including you and your progeny?
 
In this brief overview of ancestral healing, we will discuss hurts and dysfunction passed through ancestral lines that are still hurting us today, and which may have passed to our children and grandchildren, as well as how we can heal those iniquities. This course is not about blame or shame but about useful rituals and help available to us today.
During the course, participants will need white candle(s) and ancestral pictures or names. While optional, interested participants may also find it helpful to read Rabbi Tizrah Firestone’s book “Wounds to Wisdom” before the class. Please note the information provided in this course is for an information resource only and is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a doctor or healthcare provider.
 
Instructor: Angela Pace Lunz, Reverend at Cresthaven Interfaith Ministries
Price: $19
CRN: 20294
 
 
 
An Ayurvedic Guide to Healthy Living
April 19
Monday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old science of medicine from India, offers a natural way to achieve wellness and joy. According to its principles, each of us has a unique constitution governed by our physical and emotional makeup, as well as our lifestyle—the foods we eat, what time we go to sleep, etc. Balancing your constitution can alleviate health issues such as stress, weight gain, headaches, inflammation, insomnia, bloating, digestion and more. You will be introduced to this tried-and-true wisdom that offers a way to learn more about yourself and your personal needs, as well as the tips and tools necessary to help you manage your own health. Please note the information provided in this course is for an information resource only and is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a doctor or healthcare provider.
 
Instructor: Linda Tipke, Adirondack Ayurveda
Price: $19
CRN: 20292
 
 
 
Ayurveda for a Good Night’s Sleep NEW!
May 13
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
In the Ayurvedic tradition, sleep is one of the three pillars of health. Proper rest and rejuvenation are essential for our physical and mental health. Ayurveda describes troubled sleep as being attributed to imbalances in our doshas (biological energies) and other factors. This course offers background information on the doshas, identifying the ones behind the disturbances, daily practices, lifestyle suggestions and supportive herbs. If you are interested in learning tools helpful in resetting your sleep clock, join this course to discuss sleep according to the ancient science of Ayurveda. Please note the information provided in this course is for an information resource only and is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a doctor or healthcare provider.
 
Instructor: Linda Tipke, Adirondack Ayurveda
Price: $19
CRN: 20293

 
 
Introduction to Visual Storytelling
April 5 to 26  
Mondays | 4 to 6pm | Remote via Zoom
 
This course is for individuals who are enthusiastic about using video and photos to tell their story. A visual story can explain, promote or advertise you, your brand, a cause or a business. Join Charlie Samuels, award-winning local filmmaker and photographer, to:
 
  • Learn about story structures and theory. 
  • Discover the importance of composition, light and the use of color or black and white. 
  • Sharpen your artistic eye, and learn to recognize these elements in film and photos. 
Participants should have some experience with capturing photos or videos on their own smartphone or other device and using a computer. You will be invited to use these tools between class sessions to engage in creative exercises and implement the techniques learned. Come to the first class with ideas about a compelling story to tell. 
 
Instructor: Charlie Samuels, Charlie Samuels Portraits and Films
Price: $210
CRN: 20360
 
 
 

Treasure or Trash

April 29
Thursday | 6:30 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Local sponsor of “Antiques Roadshow” since 1997, Mark Lawson has been buying, selling, appraising and auctioning antiques, fine art, estate jewelry, coins, silver and rare collectibles full time in the Capital Region since 1990. Join Mark for a fun and informative evening learning about the current marketplace and discover what your “stuff” is worth.
 
Registered participants have the option of emailing a quality image to Continuing Education before Monday, April 27, to ensure inclusion for evaluation and discussion. Learn several different ways to sell your treasures in the current marketplace. Have items to sell? Mark has helped thousands of families and can help you chart a course forward.
 
Instructor: Mark Lawson, Mark Lawson Antiques
Price: $25
CRN: 20276
 
 
 
Witches, Witchcraft & Wicca
April 21 and 28
Wednesdays | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
This course offers an examination of witches and witchcraft through the centuries. The class will discuss: What is your image of a witch — benevolent or malevolent? What factors led to thousands of witches being put to death during the “Burning Times” (1300-1700 CE)? Did they deserve the death penalty, and was the church or the state responsible? What really triggered the Salem witch trials in 1692? Is Wicca a resurgent form of traditional mysticism? Are all Wiccans witches, and vice-versa? Learn about the difference between religion and spirituality, as well as how and where Wicca originated. Find out whether Wiccans celebrate holidays and what they really believe. Handouts will be included, as well as a lively discussion. The course will conclude with a question-and-answer session with a modern, practicing Wiccan/witch.
 
Instructor: Louis Mondor
Price: $25
CRN: 20275

 
How to Dress a Festive Table NEW!
March 11
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
This two-hour class will showcase simple and creative ways to dress a table for a dinner party, special occasion, birthday, graduation or holiday. Learn creative and clever ideas for how to make your table the centerpiece of your gathering! Zoom participants will be able to watch as the instructor transforms each theme live on screen and describes the transition throughout.
 
Instructor: Katie Camarro, Sundaes Best Hot Fudge Sauce
Price: $19
CRN: 20310
 
 
 
Floral Design NEW!
May 4
Tuesday | 6 to 8pm | Queensbury Campus
 
Enjoy the art of floral design. First, we will discuss floral design methods including elements and principles of design, materials used when designing, choosing colors and more. Then, you will learn how to make a floral arrangement. Please note: Registration for this class closes April 26 to ensure timely receipt of course materials. No refunds will be issued for materials fees after April 26.
 
Instructor: Jessica Holmes, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Warren County
Price: $49 (Course price includes a $30 materials fee.)
CRN: 20311
 
 
 
Jumpstart Your Garden
February 27
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
As midwinter days get longer, it’s time for planning and even starting our garden — that’s right, in February and March! To have vigorous plants that can be transplanted into the garden in May, we need to start them indoors weeks ahead. This class will explain how to plan your garden calendar, sow seeds indoors in containers, care for seedlings as they grow and plant them outside at the right time. Our focus will be on starting long-season vegetables like tomatoes and peppers, and on getting an extra early start on lettuces and greens. Participants will gain new knowledge about starting seeds and caring for seedlings.
 
Instructor: Dr. Timothy Scherbatskoy, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $19
CRN: 20308
 
 
 
Home Composting
May 22
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Turning kitchen scraps and yard trimmings into “brown gold” to fertilize your lawn, garden or houseplants is easy. This class will teach you everything you need to know to start making nutrient-rich compost at home. We will examine different types of composting systems, identify the proper ingredients to go into your compost, learn how to care for a compost pile to speed its progress and prevent odors and discuss how to use your finished compost.
 
Instructor: Dr. Timothy Scherbatskoy, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $19
CRN: 20277
 
 
 
Apple Tree Basics NEW!
March 27
Saturday | 10 to 11am | Remote via Zoom
 
Learn about the amazing apple tree and how you can start your own favorites or improve existing ones. Because known apple varieties do not grow from seed, you will learn about how you can produce your own new apple trees by grafting shoots of desired varieties onto suitable rootstocks. Benefits of various rootstocks and the properties of certain apple varieties will also be discussed. Participants will also learn about tracking down and saving historic apple varieties in abandoned orchards in your town.
 
Instructor: Dr. Timothy Scherbatskoy, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $15
CRN: 20312
 
 
Wild Edibles NEW!
April 10
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Have you ever wanted to learn which wild-growing plants can be safely eaten? Join us for a course that will teach you to be able to confidently identify wild edibles that are commonly found in the Adirondack region of New York and inform you about what parts of the plants are safely edible, when they should be harvested and also how they can be prepared.
 
Instructor: Marybeth Mitcham, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
Price: $19
CRN: 20309
 

 
JavaScript Frameworks
February 1 to April 28 (No class on March 15 & 17)
Mondays & Wednesdays | 5:45 to 8:45pm | Remote via Microsoft Teams
 
This is an intermediate class suitable for students who have a strong foundation in JavaScript. It begins by solidifying student skills in functional programming, higher-order functions, callbacks, currying, recursions and promises. JSX and Virtual DOM are covered and practiced, then the curriculum dives into components in React.js and other popular frameworks.
 
Eligibility: Before registering for this class, students must email AlbanyCanCode at info@albanycancode.org to determine eligibility. Prospective students will complete prerequisite online work assigned by AlbanyCanCode.
 
Instructors: Matina Patsos and Jamal Taylor, AlbanyCanCode
Price: $1,750 (Tuition assistance may be available.)
CRN: 20354

 
Haunted Tour & Chocolate Making
Barkeater Chocolates Factory, North Creek
  • Wednesday, April 14, from 1 to 3pm - CRN: 20295
  • Saturday, April 17, from 9 to 11am - CRN: 20296
  • Wednesday, May 12, from 1 to 3pm - CRN: 20297
  • Saturday, May 15, from 9 to 11am - CRN: 20298
This single, two-hour session focuses on our haunted history and finishes off with a sweet, hands-on demo experience. While we will cover real-life unexplained events and sometimes mysterious historical facts, the session is rated PG. Mature kids are welcome to join the group, per their guardians’ discretion. You will hear firsthand accounts of some creepy happenings combined with the sometimes mysterious, sometimes tragic history of the very old building and grounds. After we’ve covered the paranormal, we’ll do a chocolate demo in which you’ll be able to make your own chocolate ghost to enjoy on the spot or to take home.
 
Instructor: Debbie Morris, Barkeater Chocolates
Price: $39 (Course price includes a $25 materials fee.)
If you have any food allergies, please notify Continuing Education when registering for this course.
 
 
An Architectural and Musical Treasure Tour in Glens Falls
March 26
Friday | 1 to 3pm | First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls
 
The First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls is one of the most significant architectural buildings in the North Country and listed in National Register of Historic Places. Designed by famed American architect Ralph Adams Cram, the 1929 neo-Gothic building displays beautiful stonework, magnificent wood carvings and colorful stained glass windows. The church is home to two large pipe organs, which you will experience in sight and sound. With more than 7,000 pipes ranging from the size of a pencil to 32 feet long, this world-renowned instrument is one of the 100 largest pipe organs in the world! Bryan Kirk, music director and organist, will take you on an informative tour of the building. You’ll also have a chance to hear this magnificent instrument, from the softest ethereals to roof-raising and floor-shaking fortissimos. See rarely observed, behind-the-scenes views of the organ chambers and pipes and air reservoirs, and learn about the extensive music program and concerts the church offers for the benefit of our community.
 
Instructor: Bryan Kirk, First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls
Price: $19
CRN: 20300
 
 
 
Northern Cross Vineyard Tour NEW!
April 16
Friday | 2 to 4pm | Northern Cross Vineyard, Valley Falls
 
Whether you are an at-home winemaker or simply looking to grow your understanding of wine, this tour is for you. The Upper Hudson is home to a wine industry featuring cold-climate grapes. Tour the Northern Cross Vineyard and engage in a discussion on vineyard maintenance and hands-on trimming. Learn about wine grapes and winemaking, and have a tasting of authentic local wine.
 
Please note: Participants will be required to show valid ID in order to participate in the wine tasting portion of the tour. Participants should wear proper clothing for this activity and dress for the weather.
 
Instructor: Andy Weber, Owner of Northern Cross Vineyards
Price: $19 (Course price includes an $8 materials fee.)
CRN: 20301
 
 
 
Warren County Fish Hatchery Tour NEW!
April 24
Saturday | 10am to 12pm | Warren County Fish Hatchery, Warrensburg
 
This guided tour will start off at the Visitor Center, where you will learn how the hatchery operates and stocks fish, as well as view the many fish mounts and displays. Under Warren County’s program, domestic brook trout, domestic rainbow trout, wild strains of brook trout and salmon are raised here to provide improved sport fishing throughout Warren County waters. During your private tour, you will also have the opportunity to visit the Hatchery Building where the egg hatching process takes place, and observe the extensive water system that keeps the fish alive. Depending on the spring stocking schedule, your tour will continue to 11 different ponds that hold fish at different stages of their lives, including the Display Pond, where you can get a close-up view of mature trout.
 
Participants should wear proper clothing for this activity and dress for the weather.
 
Instructor: Warren County Fish Hatchery Staff
Price: $15
CRN: 20320
 
 
 
The “Great Ladies” of Saratoga Walking Tour
May 14
Friday | 1 to 3pm | North Broadway, Saratoga Springs
 
See and hear about the Victorian houses (originally named “Great Ladies”) on North Broadway in Saratoga. The tour includes stories about the man who was so angry at the city he turned his back on it, the son who took his mother’s jewels from her safety deposit box and what he did with them, the man who won three Academy Awards, the competition between two shirt manufacturers and “The Million Dollar House.” Discover these fascinating historical tales, all while gazing upon the beautiful mansions they each called home with your guide, Dr. Hollis Palmer, local author and Victorian historian.
 
The tour begins and ends at 563 N. Broadway in Saratoga Springs. Participants should wear proper clothing for this activity and dress for the weather. Please note: No refunds will be issued for materials fees after Friday, May 7.
 
Instructor: Dr. Hollis Palmer, Derby Tours
Price: $25 (Course price includes a $15 materials fee.)
CRN: 20302
 
 
 
Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport Tour
May 1
Saturday | 1:30 to 3:30pm | Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport, Queensbury
 
Join Miriam Enman, with her vast knowledge and enthusiasm for aviation, on a tour of the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport in Warren County. Learn the history of the airport and its role in the community — past, present and future. Your guided tour will also include the airport grounds, facilities, terminal building, ramp, hangars and tie-down areas. An overview of the types of aircraft serviced and based at the airport will also be included as part of the tour.
 
Participants should wear proper clothing for this activity and dress for the weather.
 
Instructor: Miriam Enman
Price: $19
CRN: 20299
 
 
 
Salem Art Works Cary Hill Sculpture Park Tour NEW!
May 19
Wednesday | 1 to 3pm | Salem Art Works, Salem, NY
 
Participants will get a tour of the Salem Art Works (SAW) property and sculpture park. They will learn about the history of SAW and park sculptures. The top of the park has 360-degree views and five miles of walking trails. There are picnic tables where you can eat if you bring a bag lunch. The group can break out to do a self-guided tour afterward to wander the property.
 
Terrain varies in the Sculpture Park, so please bring comfortable walking shoes and a bottle of water. Participants should wear proper clothing for this activity and dress for the weather.
 
Instructor: Jenny Hillenbrand, Salem Art Works
Price: $19
CRN: 20303

 
Back for its 18th season, the motorcycle program at SUNY Adirondack offers weekend and mid-week classes that run April through October. All registrations for motorcycle classes are done online. Log onto adkmc.com, or call Margie at 518.668.5589 for more information. Motorcycle classes are taught by the experienced RiderCoaches at Adirondacks and Beyond Motorcycle Safety, LLC.
 
Basic RiderCourse (BRC I for License Waiver)
This course is for students 16 years of age or older. The Basic RiderCourse is for entry-level riders and for returning riders whose skills are a bit rusty. Learn the basics of motorcycle operation with patient, professional RiderCoaches. Motorcycles are provided, and helmets are available if needed. This class has an online E-Course component, plus classroom and riding components. Successful completion of this class entitles the student to a NYS motorcycle road test waiver — meaning no DMV riding test is required.
 
NYS licensed drivers who successfully complete this course do not have to take the motorcycle road test at the DMV. Active military or those from out of state need only their military ID or state of residence driver’s license. A valid Driver’s License is required to take this course. Students have the option of obtaining their NYS motorcycle learner’s permit before coming to class or after they have completed the course. Students should be able to ride a bicycle.
 
Price: $310
 
 
Basic RiderCourse II (BRC II for License Waiver)
A one-day course for those riders who have experience and/or have been riding for years on a learner’s permit; this is NOT a course for beginners. Students are expected to be able to adequately control a motorcycle in a safe manner conducive to legal, street riding. Completion of an online E-Course component is required before the classroom and riding component. Successful completion of the E-Course and the riding skills test earns a Course Completion Card, which acts as a road test waiver at the DMV. It’s a great way to finally get licensed!
 
NYS licensed drivers who successfully complete this course do not have to take the motorcycle road test at the DMV. Active military or those from out of state need only their military ID or state of residence driver’s license. Students must be 18 years of age or older, with a valid NYS driver’s license and a NYS Motorcycle Permit. Students must bring and use their own street-legal motorcycles for this class.
 
Price: $260

 
Introduction to the Craft of Songwriting NEW!
March 2 to 23
Tuesdays | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Songwriting is so much more than waiting for inspiration to strike. In this course, learn about the structure of popular songs, how to use titles to build and develop song ideas and why matching melody to your lyrics maximizes the impact of your songs. Beginning and intermediate songwriters who want to develop a repeatable foundation for writing great songs will benefit from this course. Students who are interested in digging deeper into the craft of writing popular songs will also enjoy the class, even if they do not intend to pursue songwriting themselves.
 
Please note: Students will need the ability to play MP3 files on their computer, tablet or smartphone.
 
Instructor: Michael Short
Price: $45
CRN: 20313
 
 
COVID-19 and Its Effect on the World of Music NEW!
February 26, March 5 and March 12
Fridays | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Join Miriam Enman, adjunct music instructor at SUNY Adirondack, and learn how COVID-19 has affected the world of music as it relates to teaching and musical performances. This interactive class will explore the importance of listening to music during a pandemic and how the creativity of famous performers has changed how it is delivered. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a virtual guest performance from the SUNY Adirondack Chorale students.
 
Instructor: Miriam Enman, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $49
CRN: 20314

 
Brown Bag Lecture Series
March 30 to April 20
Tuesdays | 11:30am to 12:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education is pleased to present the Brown Bag Lecture Series. The lectures will be presented through Zoom by a combination of SUNY Adirondack distinguished faculty members and local experts. Each 45-minute lecture is followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer period. Grab your favorite lunch, and then sit back and enjoy the presentations from the comfort of your own home.
 
  • March 30 — Value of the Arts, by Diane Bargiel, Humanities Division Chair and Associate Professor of Music at SUNY Adirondack
  • April 6 — The Gangsters of Saratoga: The True History of Gambling, Crime & the Mafia in the Spa City, by Gregory Veitch, author and retired Saratoga Springs Chief of Police and adjunct faculty of Criminal Justice at SUNY Adirondack
  • April 13 — Between Two Waters and Many Worlds: A (Re)Introduction to Fort Ticonderoga, by Matthew Keagle, Ph.D, Curator at Fort Ticonderoga
  • April 20 — Adirondack Geology: A Focus on the Lake George Region, by Rick Landry, Naturalist at Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center
Price: $25
CRN: 20278
 
 
 
Become a Golden Years Techie NEW!
March 4
Thursday | 6 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
As we age, our homes can become dangerous places, especially if we live alone or have health problems. With the right systems and connected devices installed, you can turn your home into a smart home that will help take care of you in your golden years. We will look at virtual assistants, security systems, motion sensors, thermostats, lights, switches, oven safety and medication management, just to name a few. All these devices can help give you and your loved ones a sense of security.
 
Instructor: Cory Seelye Dixon
Price: $19
CRN: 20315
 
 
 
COVID-19 and Its Effect on the World of Music NEW!
February 26, March 5 and March 12
Fridays | 10am to 12pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Join Miriam Enman, adjunct music instructor at SUNY Adirondack, and learn how COVID-19 has affected the world of music as it relates to teaching and musical performances. This interactive class will explore the importance of listening to music during a pandemic and how the creativity of famous performers has changed how it is delivered. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a virtual guest performance from the SUNY Adirondack Chorale students.
 
Instructor: Miriam Enman, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $49
CRN: 20314

OTHER ONLINE PROGRAMS THROUGH OUR PARTNERS

Ed2go

  • Ed2go Courses for Personal Enrichment or Workforce Development: Through an online learning platform called Ed2go, the Office of Continuing Education offers a wealth of quick and convenient non-credit personal enrichment and workforce development courses. Subjects include accounting, business, computer applications, healthcare, foreign language, creative writing and more. A full listing of these Ed2go courses can be found at www.Ed2go.com/adirondack.
  • Ed2go Online Certificate Programs: Non-credit, online career training certificate programs offered through Ed2go will help you prepare for industry certification, start a new career or develop skills to expand your study in a credit-bearing academic program. These programs allow a student to start anytime and are generally completed within six months to one year with in-depth study. All learning materials are provided. Personal instructor assistance is provided along with a certificate of completion with a passing grade. Please see careertraining.Ed2go.com/adirondack for a full listing of online certificate programs offered through Ed2go.

 

UGotClass Online Certificates & Courses
SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education has partnered with the Learning Resources Network (LERN) to offer several other online professional development certificates and courses. Learn about negotiation, data analysis, digital marketing, video marketing or social media for business. Learn more information about UGotClass here.


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

Wastewater Treatment: Basic Laboratory Course — Hybrid
March 9 to April 8
Tuesdays & Thursdays | 6 to 9pm | Queensbury Campus, Glens Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant and remote via Zoom
 
This class is offered as part of the NYS DEC Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certificate series. This particular course will teach you proper procedures for solids analysis, pH and alkalinity determination, chlorine determination, BOD and Winkler Dissolved Oxygen. Hands-on application will follow discussion and demonstration of each procedure through participation in in-person, classroom sessions and live, interactive sessions via Zoom. You will be given a proficiency exam for each procedure. This course fulfills laboratory proficiency for DEC certification and is appropriate for operator renewal credit.
 
Please note:
  • While not required, it is recommended that participants complete the Basic Operations for Wastewater Treatment
  • Plants course (usually offered in the fall semester) before attending this course.
  • Please plan to bring “Volume 1” of the textbook from the Basic Operations class. If you do not have this textbook, please inform the Office of Continuing Education staff at the time of registration so we can order it on your behalf; the cost of the additional book will be added to your bill.
  • Queensbury Campus sessions occur Tuesday, March 9 and Thursday, April 8. The course sessions at the Glens Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant are scheduled on the following Thursdays: March 11, 18, and 25. All other class sessions occur via Zoom — a live, interactive, distance-learning platform. Attendance at all sessions and successful completion of all required course activities and the exam is required to receive a certificate of completion.
Registration for this class closes Monday, March 1, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials will be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Did you know that NYWEA is offering scholarships to individuals living in NYS to pay for pre-certification training towards wastewater operator certification? View details, eligibility requirements and application instructions at the NYWEA website. Have questions about wastewater treatment certification? Review employment eligibility and certification requirements for Wastewater Operators at the NYS DEC website and the NYWEA website.
 
Instructor: Lawrence Glasheen, NYS 4A WWTP
Price: $345 (Course price includes a $5 materials fee.)
CRN: 20342
 
 
 
 
Legal Considerations for Healthcare Professionals Series NEW!
March 8, 15 and 22
Mondays | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
These courses will advance healthcare professionals’ understanding of best practices within and across healthcare settings and professions. Each individual, two-hour session will offer practical information and resources for a range of healthcare professionals—e.g., nurses, therapists, nursing home administrators and so on. Please note: Each session is presented as a general overview of the topics identified in the course descriptions. Time will be permitted for questions and answers. However, topics covered and information provided should not be considered legal advice, and attendance should not be considered an engagement of legal counsel between yourself and the attorney instructor.
 
March 8: Licensing of Healthcare Professionals & Performing Duties Within the Scope of Your License (CRN 20331)
Registration for this session closes Monday, February 22
Learn about the regulatory mandates under state and federal law for individual professionals working in the healthcare industry. Topics will include interpreting regulatory requirements for a license with an emphasis on performing duties within the scope of the professional’s license, delegation of duties and supervising the unlicensed healthcare worker. Please note: Students should identify the license classification they are interested in learning about when registering (e.g., nursing, therapy, nursing home administrator, medical practice, etc.).
 
March 15: Informed Consent & Duty to Warn (CRN 20332)
Registration for this session closes Monday, March 1
Learn about the complexities of providing care to individuals with varying mental and physical capacities, as well as the healthcare professional’s responsibility or “Duty to Warn” when their patient may cause harm to themselves or others. Topics will be presented by way of different cases that have set the parameters of both of these topics for healthcare professionals. Please note: Participants should plan to read the three leading cases provided in advance of the course sessions to support successful participation in discussion.
 
March 22: Enforcement Actions Against Healthcare Professionals & Insurance Issues (CRN 20333)
Registration for this session closes Monday, March 8
Learn about the increasing oversight of state licensing authorities using case studies of enforcement actions against license holders and discipline. This course is intended for those professionals holding a license who strive to accurately interpret regulations that may lead to sanctions or loss of license if not followed. Examples of actual cases will be presented and discussed. Please note: Students should identify the license classification they are interested in learning about when registering (e.g., nursing, therapy, nursing home administrator, medical practice, etc.).
 
Please note: Receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after the registration deadline for each course. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Loretta G. LeBar, Esq., LeBarLaw, LLC
Price: $20 per course session ($60 for all three sessions)
 
 
 
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© 30-Hour Training
March 8 to 12
Monday through Friday | 9am to 4pm | Queensbury Campus | One hour lunch on your own
 
The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is a five-day intensive training academy focusing on providing individuals with the skills needed to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction to alcohol or other drugs. The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is conducted in a retreat-like setting and engages participants in learning and rehearsing skills with active listening, effective questioning and so on, as well as discovery and management of personal challenges. Learn more at addictionrecoverytraining.org/about/coachmodel.
 
This 30-hour course is required for completion of the Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) certification. Please review oasas.ny.gov/recovery/become-certified-recovery-peer-advocate to learn more about the CRPA role, work environment, certification requirements, process and fees managed by the New York Certification Board (nycertboard.org).
 
Prerequisite: All participants must be at least 18 years old to participate and have a high school diploma or equivalent.
 
Please note:
  • Participants must attend all course sessions to complete the required number of hours and to earn the certification of completion
  • Participants in the training typically have been affected by addiction and wish to help others navigate the recovery experience and resources
  • You will have a one-hour lunch on your own each day; please bring a bag lunch or plan accordingly for purchase of food and beverages on- or off-campus
Registration for this class closes Monday, March 1, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Katrina Fox, Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA), Authorized Trainer of the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, Baywood Center
Price: $375 (Course price includes a $40 materials fee. Tuition assistance may be available.)
CRN: 20329
 
 
 
CCAR Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches© 16-Hour Training
March 29 to 31
Monday through Wednesday | 9am to 3pm | Queensbury Campus | 45-minute lunch on your own
 
Recovery Coaches play an important role in the recovery process by creating connections with those they serve in deeply meaningful ways. Through these connections, which may include the sharing of personal stories and elements of their own recovery journey, Recovery Coaches mentor and inspire those looking for, or in recovery, with a great deal of success. With such responsibility comes the need for clear boundaries both personally and professionally.
 
This 16-hour course focuses on the ethical challenges Recovery Coaches face while providing a framework for creating good boundaries that allow for the same level of connection without causing harm.
 
Participants who complete this training will:
  • Understand what ethics are and why ethics are so important
  • Learn how to stay in your lane as a Recovery Coach
  • Understand the decision-making process
  • Develop guidelines for making ethical decisions
  • Apply the new learning to your everyday work as a Recovery Coach
Please note:
  • Participants must have successfully completed the 30-hour Recovery Coach Academy Training© with a certified trainer prior to attending this program
  • Participants must attend all course sessions to complete the required number of hours and to earn the certification of completion
  • Prerequisite: All participants must be at least 18 years old to participate and have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Participants in the training typically have been affected by addiction and wish to help others navigate the recovery experience and resources
  • You will have a 45-minute lunch on your own each day; please bring a bag lunch or plan accordingly for purchase of food and beverages on- or off-campus.
Registration for this class closes Monday, March 22, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Katrina Fox, Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA), Authorized Trainer of the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, Baywood Center
Price: $230 (Course price includes a $30 materials fee. Tuition assistance may be available.)
CRN: 20330
 
 
 
Alumni Nursing Speaker Series
April 6
Tuesday | 5 to 7pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Join the SUNY Adirondack Nursing Alumni Group for this professional development program, which offers alumni, nursing students, faculty and healthcare professionals an opportunity to advance their knowledge and capacity in critical topics and engage with one another.

What Women Need To Know: Advances in Early Diagnosis & Management of Ovarian and Breast Cancers

This program will address ovarian and breast cancers. By the end of the program, attendees will be able to:

  • Discuss the influence of genetics on the prevention and early diagnosis of ovarian and breast cancers
  • Describe the nurses’ roles in identifying symptoms, managing treatment and connecting individuals and families to resources
  • Identify community resources to support survivors and families
The panelists include:
  • Darci Gaiotti-Grubbs, MD, Director of Genetics at Glens Falls Hospital
  • Jennifer Bashant, MD, FACOG, Women’s Care in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Vickie Yattaw, RN, BSN, OCN, Oncology Education & Support Manager at Glens Falls Hospital
  • Carole Smith, RN, Rays of Hope Support Group
One Contact Hour (pending approval) will be provided to nurses. Glens Falls Hospital is an approved provider of continuing education by the American Nurses Association Massachusetts, an approved provider by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. One continuing education credit (pending approval) will be provided for LMSW and LCSW social workers. This is sponsored by Albany Medical Center, an approved provider of continuing education by the New York State Department of Education. Please note that full attendance and completion of program evaluation are required to earn the contact hour.
 
Preregistration is required. To ask questions or receive communications about future programs in this series, please contact conted@sunyacc.edu.
 
Price: FREE
CRN: 20334
 
PROGRAM AGENDA
5:00pm: Registration/check-in and networking
5:30pm: Program
6:30pm: Q&A
 
 
 
The Art of Event Planning — Tools For Success
March 30
Tuesday | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Remote via Zoom

Learn the fundamentals of event planning to support the success of your future events! Discussion and activities will focus on event preparation, elements and execution for professionals who are new to the field, and those who have event-planning responsibilities within their current roles.

Acquire tools and knowledge about best practices related to the audience, venue selection, timeline, setup, effective communications, technology resources, troubleshooting and so on to create high-impact events.

Instructor: Sarah LeRoux, Events Coordinator at SUNY Adirondack
Price: $35
CRN: 20328
 
 
Managing Challenges in the Work Environment
April 7, 14 and 21
Wednesdays | 4 to 5:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
As individuals and professionals, we face a range of challenging situations at work, including how to work together as a team to increase our efficacy and success. Individual team members, managers and colleagues from any industry are invited to explore strategies for collaboration and management of the associated challenges. Advance your capacity with skills such as:
  • Handling differences of opinion and disagreements
  • Supporting civility in the virtual and in-person workplace
  • Adjusting to change and our reactions to it
  • Finding common ground in our purpose and goals
This multi-session course will offer you opportunities to explore concepts and techniques to support successful interactions with colleagues in the workplace through in-session discussions and activities, as well as between-session reflection and application.
 
Instructor: Herman Johnson, Psychology Coach
Price: $100
CRN: 20335
 
 
 
New & Emerging Supervisors & Managers Series NEW!
These individual courses will focus on practical tools in three strategic areas to assist new and emerging supervisors and managers with advancing their skills, confidence and effectiveness in their roles. Each one-hour session will offer opportunities to learn and rehearse skills to apply in the workplace immediately.
 
Join us for a free, introductory session to meet the instructor, learn more about the individual courses available and decide which course(s) meets your needs as a manager or supervisor.
 
Tuesday, January 26 from 8 to 8:30am: No-Cost Introductory Session — Meet the Instructor (Remote via Zoom)
Preregistration required online by Monday, January 25 using this Zoom link
 
COURSE SESSIONS
Tuesdays | 8 to 9am | Remote via Zoom
  • February 23: Essential Skills of a Supervisor (CRN 20344): Review the five crucial abilities of a leader that support personal and professional growth and the capacity to successfully lead a team.
  • March 23: Managing Priorities and Time (CRN 20345): Consider how to address the perspectives of an individual and an organization in management of resources.
  • April 20: Supporting Growth and Performance (CRN 20346): Learn simple and effective tools to respect and support individual effort and team achievement of common goals.
Address strategies for establishing a goal, articulating clear expectations and providing routine feedback in the context of existing performance management tools.
 
Instructor: Wendy Waldron, WaldronWorks
Price: $60 per course session ($180 for all three sessions)
 
 
Speaking Like You Mean Business
April 13 and 20
Tuesdays | 8:30 to 9:30am | Remote via Zoom
 
This live, interactive workshop via Zoom prepares you to address your staff, colleagues, clients, prospects or the media — regardless of your role or industry. Learn how to deliver your message professionally and confidently, and rehearse strategies for preparation, execution and evaluation, such as:
  • Determining what your audience needs
  • The value of creating an outline
  • Meaningful ways to practice
  • Managing your nerves, breathing and movement
  • Techniques for self-assessing to determine what to replicate and what to modify for future presentations
Through interactive discussion and activities with the instructor and peers, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, learn from others and rehearse presentation skills. Gain practical knowledge that you can apply immediately to further your on-the-job success.
 
Instructor: Dale G. Klein, M.A., Profitable Speech, LLC. A Sound Investment®
Price: $85
CRN: 20336
 
 

Paralegal Certificate Course — Online  

  • 2021 Session 1: Jan. 11 to Feb. 26
  • 2021 Session 2: March 8 to April 23
  • 2021 Session 3: May 3 to June 18
  • 2021 Session 4: June 28 to August 13
  • 2021 Session 5: August 23 to October 8

This online program is designed for beginning or advanced legal workers. Students will be trained to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. For further details, visit the Center for Legal Studies website.

Students have 14 weeks to complete the online course—they will be enrolled in one seven-week session for Paralegal I, and automatically enrolled into the next seven-week session for Paralegal II. The course price includes both of these sessions. See above for session dates.

Books and materials must be purchased separately by contacting the Center for Legal Studies at www.legalstudies.com or by phone at 1-800-522-7737.

Please note: This course has its own withdrawal and student liability policy; please see the Online Classes section of the page at https://www.legalstudies.com/about-cls-2/cls-course-policies for details.

Instructor: Center for Legal Studies 

Price: $1,595, plus materials (Books and materials for the course must be purchased separately from the Center for Legal Studies. Estimated cost for books and access to the Westlaw Legal Research Database is approximately $559.30.)

 
 
ServSafe Food Safety Certification Workshop
May 1
Saturday | 8am to 6pm | Queensbury Campus | Bring a bag lunch
 
Food service professionals working or pursuing jobs in establishments which handle, cook, store, serve, deliver, remove and dispose of food benefit from ServSafe training and certification. This national, transferrable certification may be required by current or future employers and proves your competencies and readiness to be a successful employee. Local hospitality and food service businesses seeking effective training and certification for employees are invited to register them for this workshop; please see details at sunyacc.edu/continuing-ed/ registration about employer invoicing and payment of course tuition. Individuals who successfully complete the full-day program and examination will receive the certification, which is valid for 5 years.
 
Participants are encouraged to pick up and review the required book in advance of the course session to support participation in discussion and successful completion of the certification exam. The Office of Continuing Education will contact registered students about the availability of books and the details of picking them up in advance.
 
Registration for this course closes Thursday, April 15, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy. Please note: Any withdrawals after the April 15 registration deadline will not receive a refund for materials costs.
 
Instructor: Frank Burns
Price: $225 (Course price includes a $78 materials fee.)
CRN: 20337
 
 
 
Beer Server & Enthusiast Training Course
February 2 to March 9
Tuesdays | 2 to 4pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Learn about key aspects of beer and the beer industry for individuals working in breweries, restaurants and other areas of the hospitality industry, as well as beer enthusiasts and home brewers! Topics will include storing and serving beer, styles, flavor, evaluation, beer ingredients and brewing processes, and pairing beer with food. Craft your understanding of the culture of beer using the tools and skills of professionals and devotees. Your learning experience will be guided by the owner of The Ruck, who is Cicerone Certified®. Some course sessions will be facilitated from The Ruck and other regional craft beer destinations, so you’ll have the insider’s view of the serving and brewing industry. This course is intended to help prepare participants for the Cicerone Certified Beer Server exam; however, it is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Cicerone Certification Program. The Cicerone Certified Beer Server exam will not be administered during the course, although participants will receive a discounted voucher for the online exam with registration for this course.
 
Please note: Students should purchase or have their copy of “Tasting Beer, 2nd Edition: An Insider’s Guide to the World’s Greatest Drink” (2017) by Randy Mosher available during class sessions.
Students should be prepared to purchase selected beers to sample during and between class sessions to increase their understanding of and ability to effectively discuss beer styles, characteristics, evaluation processes and so on.
 
Prerequisite: All students must be at least 21 years old to participate in this class; age will be validated at course registration.
 
Registration for this class closes Tuesday, January 26, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials may be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: David Gardell, Cicerone Certified®, Owner of The Ruck
Price: $280 (Course price includes a $30 materials fee.)
CRN: 20338
 
 
 
Notary Public License Exam Preparation — Self-Paced, Online Course
Available January 27 through May 5 | Online course at your own pace
 
This online, self-paced course is offered through Blackboard and is designed to teach you the essential information you need for the New York State Notary Exam. In addition, this course will thoroughly prepare you to understand your duties and functions as a Notary Public Officer. You will gain insight into what a Notary Public’s key responsibilities and limitations are, as well as some best practices of a Notary Public Officer. Topics will include:
  • Notary concepts
  • Definition review
  • Sample forms
  • Notary law subsection review
Please note: The Notary Public exam will not be given during this workshop. To successfully complete this course and prepare for the exam, students will be required to complete the reading, discussion and quiz activities identified in the course syllabus. For information about the NYS Notary Public Exam and licensing process, schedule and forms, please visit the NYS Division of Licensing Services website.
 
Registration for this course closes Wednesday, April 14, to ensure participants have enough time to complete the course.
 
Instructor: Kelli Hatin, EdD, SUNY Adirondack
Price: $85
CRN: 20339
 
 
 
Notary Public License Exam Preparation — Live, Online Course
March 31
Wednesday | 9am to 1pm | Remote via Zoom
 
This live, interactive workshop via Zoom prepares you for the New York State Notary Public exam and will provide a comprehensive view of the Notary Public Office. Examples will be provided to illuminate situations a Notary is likely to encounter.
 
Topics include avoiding conflicts of interest, maintaining professional ethics, charging proper fees, handling special situations and when to defer to an attorney. All materials will be provided in advance of the course by mail — including information about how to access the NYS Department of State licensing information, booklets and forms.
 
Please note: The Notary Public exam will not be administered during this workshop; however, an 80-question practice exam and answer key will be provided to complete at home. For information about the NYS Notary Public Exam and licensing process, exam schedule and forms, please visit the NYS Division of Licensing Services website.
 
Registration for this class closes Wednesday, March 24, to ensure timely receipt of course materials; receipt of course materials will be delayed for individuals registering after that date. See the Continuing Education registration page for our refund policy.
 
Instructor: Victor Bujanow, CIC
Price: $79 (Course price includes a $7 materials fee.)
CRN: 20340
 

 
 
No Excuses! Writing & Selling Your Book
March 13
Saturday | 1 to 4pm | Remote via Zoom
 
John Grisham scribbled notes on a legal pad between court sessions. Those notes eventually became his best-selling novel, “A Time to Kill.” Recollections of growing up in depression-era Ireland compelled Frank McCourt to write his best-selling memoir, “Angela’s Ashes.” Is a novel or nonfiction book burning inside you? If so, learn the ins and outs of publishing from a pro who has helped dozens of students become authors. Discover how the book publishing industry works, how to pitch your idea to publishers and agents, and how to guide your book to publishing success. One-on-one consulting with the instructor about your project after the course eliminates any excuses preventing you from realizing your publishing dreams.
 
Instructor: Pauline Bartel, Bartel Communications, Inc.
Price: $49 (Course price includes a $15 materials fee.)
CRN: 20265
 
 
 
You Can Be a Freelance Writer
April 17
Saturday | 1 to 4pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Freelance writing is a low-investment business you can run from home, allowing you to set your own schedule and earn a good living. Discover the step-by-step process for establishing yourself in this highly desirable field, including identifying markets for your writing, finding and approaching clients, delivering assignments and cultivating repeat business. You’ll learn the nuts and bolts of the business plus all the tricks of the trade so you can launch your own successful freelance writing business.
 
Instructor: Pauline Bartel, Bartel Communications, Inc.
Price: $49 (Course price includes a $15 materials fee.)
CRN: 20267
 
 
 
Volunteer Literacy Tutor Training
February 9 to March 9
Tuesdays | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
In this course, individuals will receive complete training by TriCounty Literacy Center staff to begin tutoring an adult student in basic literacy, the English language or both. Why not give back by teaching reading and English to adults in the community who need help? The need for literacy tutors in the region is significant.
 
Instructor: TriCounty Literacy Center, Inc.
Price: $15
CRN: 20266
 
 
 
Conversational American Sign Language (ASL)
March 2 to 30
Tuesdays | 5 to 6pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Learn essential ASL vocabulary and dig deeply into proper ASL grammar and the vibrancy of the Deaf community. Use ASL to ask and answer questions about your likes, dislikes and feelings, introduce yourself and your background, describe your family by name and age, and engage in basic introductory conversations. Lessons in this course will build on each other in a way that allows students to see immediate progress. This course is designed for beginners or those seeking to improve their technique or ASL grammar and broaden their vocabulary. Knowledge of ASL may be helpful for those in health-related or educational fields, and may assist with communicating with individuals with autism, speech delays or other intellectual disabilities. You’ll learn from handouts, PowerPoints, group work, deaf individuals in the community and interactive activities.
 
The instructor is a licensed Sign Language Interpreter, past resident choreographer at Sign Design Theatre Company and vocal interpreter for New York Deaf Theatre. He has taught many language and Deaf culture classes across the states.
 
Instructor: Aaron Coulson, ACEntertainment
Price: $59
CRN: 20269
 
 
 
Conversational American Sign Language (ASL) Level 2 NEW!
Tuesdays | 6:30 to 7:30pm | Remote via Zoom
 
February 9 to March 9 (CRN: 20286)
or
April 6 to May 4 (CRN: 20287)
 
Learn essential ASL vocabulary and dig deeper into proper ASL grammar and the vibrancy of the Deaf community. This class dives further into shape, placement and movement of the hands, as well as facial expressions and body movements, all of which play important parts in conveying information. Lessons in this course will build on each other in a way that allows students to see immediate progress.
This course is designed for students with basic ASL knowledge or those seeking to improve on their technique and ASL grammar and broaden their vocabulary. It is especially helpful for those in health-related or educational fields, and will assist in communicating with the deaf, as well as those with autism, speech delays or other mental disabilities. You’ll learn from handouts, PowerPoints, group work, deaf individuals in the community and interactive activities.
 
The instructor is a licensed Sign Language Interpreter, past resident choreographer at Sign Design Theatre Company and vocal interpreter for New York Deaf Theatre. He has taught many language and Deaf culture classes across the states.
 
Instructor: Aaron Coulson, ACEntertainment
Price: $59
 
 
 
Conversational French NEW!
April 7 to May 12
Wednesdays | 6:30 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
Bonjour! Are you planning to travel to Canada or to one of the many French-speaking countries? Are you working in the tourism industry and wish you could communicate more in French with your clientele? This course provides you with an opportunity to practice your conversational skills safely, without worrying about grammar and spelling. You will have the time and guidance to improve your interpretive and speaking skills regardless of your experience level of French. You will learn formal greetings, formulas to be polite and how to introduce people. Our topics of conversation will be related to tourist experiences such as dining out, lodging, leisure and outings, transportation and shopping. Topics relevant to your own experience and communication needs will be considered. The course will also contain useful tips about Quebecois culture.
 
Instructor: Nathalie Martineau
Price: $79
CRN: 20285
 
 
 
Spanish — Basic Conversation for Leisure or Travel
February 22 to March 29
Mondays | 6:30 to 8pm | Remote via Zoom
 
¡Saludos! Are you planning a trip to one of the many Spanish-speaking countries of the world? Maybe you’ve always been interested in learning Spanish or wished you had continued after high school. Come and join us to start a conversation together! This course on basic, beginning Spanish conversation will provide you with the confidence you need to travel abroad. You will learn greetings, niceties, asking for directions, ordering in a restaurant, shopping terms and more. Your input will help pace the class and focus our lessons. No prior experience necessary. Put it off no longer — begin speaking Spanish today!
 
Instructor: Peter Schmidt
Price: $79
CRN: 20268