We investigate three classes of supersymmetric models which can be
obtained by
breaking the chiral SU(2k+3) gauge theories with one antisymmetric
tensor and
2k-1 antifundamentals. For N=3, the chiral
SU(2k)$\times$SU(3)$\times$U(1)
theories break supersym metry by the quantum deformations of the
moduli spaces
in the strong SU(2k) gauge coupling limit. For N=2, it is the
generalization of the
SU(5)$\times$U(2)$\times$U(1) model mentioned in the literature.
Supersymmetry is broken by carefully choosing the q
uark-antiquark-doublet
Yukawa couplings in this model. For N=1, this becomes the well-known
model
discussed in the literature.