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 2023 Online Courses

Spring 2023 Online Global Classroom Courses
Subject Subject Code Course # Course Title Credits Course Dates
Fine Arts ARTS 104 History of Fashion 3 1/17-5/12/23
Business Administration BADM 220 Statistics 4 1/17-5/12/23
Business Administration BADM 221 Quantitative Business Applications 3 1/17-5/12/23
Chemical Dependency CDEP 210 Current Issues in Addictions 3 1/17-5/12/23
Economics ECON 100 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 1/17-5/12/23
Education EDUC 120 Classroom Management 3 1/17-5/12/23
Education EDUC 100 Child Development 3 1/17-5/12/23
English ENGL 120 Communications 3 1/17-5/12/23
French FREN 100 French Language & Culture I 3 1/17-5/12/23
History HIST 131 Ancient History 3 1/17-5/12/23
Individual Studies INDS 105  Introduction Academic & Personal Effectiveness 3 1/17-5/12/23
Italian  ITAL 100 Italian Language & Culture I 3 1/17-5/12/23
Political Science  POLS 105 American National Government 3 1/17-5/12/23
Psychology  PSYC 100 General Psychology 3 1/17-5/12/23
Russian  RUSN 100 Russian Language & Culture I  3 1/17-5/12/23
Sociology  SOCL 110 Understanding Social Problems 3 1/17-5/12/23
Spanish SPAN 100 Spanish Language & Culture I  3 1/17-5/12/23

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

  1. The student submits the completed Student Record Information - SRI (PDF) 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.
  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
    • The deadline to submit a competed SRI for Spring 2023 is Jan. 6, 2023.
    • 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