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

Spring 2022 Online Courses

Spring 2022 Online Global Classroom Courses
Subject Subject Code Course # Course Title Credits Course Dates
Business Administration BADM 221 Quantitative Business Applications 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Computer Information Systems CISS 120 Networking I-Intro Data Communication 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Economics ECON 100 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Economics ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
English ENGL 115 Library Skills for Research 1 3/21 - 5/13/2022
Fine Arts ARTS 270 History of Photography 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Mathematics MATH 150 College Algebra with Trigonometry 4 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Political Science POLS 105 American National Government 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Psychology PSYC 100 General Psychology 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Russian RUSN 100 Russian Language & Culture I 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Sociology SOCL 110 Social Problems 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Spanish SPAN 100 Spanish Language & Culture I 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022
Spanish SPAN 101 Spanish Language & Culture II 3 1/18 - 5/13/2022

How to Register for Global Classroom High School Program Course(s)

  1. The student submits the completed Student Registration Information (SRI) form to their school administrator (i.e., principal, counselor, advisor) electronically for their signature to verify that they are enrolled in high school and that the course(s) they have selected are appropriate for them.
    NOTE: Students who do not have a Social Security Number issued by the United States government will also need to complete the last page of the SRI, the Social Security Number Acknowledgement/Refusal Form, to avoid a hold on their records.
  2. The school administrator then forwards the completed SRI to the college's Registrar's Office at with a copy to the college's Coordinator for Global Initiatives Dr. Jay Deitchman at no later than Jan. 4, 2022.
    NOTE: SRIs for students in Costa Rica should include a copy to the college's Representative Mr. Peter Stember at
    • Once the completed SRI is received by the college's Registrar's Office it will be processed for registration.
    • Each registered student will then receive an email message with additional instructions.

Get in Touch

Jay Deitchman, Ph.D.
Coordinator for Global Initiatives