Visiting Student Course Registration

Registering as a visiting student is easy! Whether you want to try out a major, make progress while you are home from school or just continue your education, New York Tech has options for you!

As a visiting student you can complete up to 24 undergraduate credits or 9 graduate credits. If you want to take more credits, you can apply to a New York Tech degree program as a first-year, transfer, or graduate student, and the credits you earned can be applied to your degree.

Students under the age of 18 who wish to register as visiting students at New York Tech will need parental/guardian consent to complete the registration process.

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  1. Select Course(s): Using the tool below, search by course name or subject to find the class that is right for you. Fulfillment of prerequisites is optional for visiting students. If you need help finding a course, contact the academic department or email advising@nyit.edu for assistance.
  2. Register and Pay: Once you've selected your course, click the "REGISTER" button at the top right. You will create an account, enter your information, and pay for your classes. Once you are enrolled, you will receive an email with the next steps, usually in 24-48 hours.

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Please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@nyit.edu if you have questions or need assistance.

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Academic Level Credits Cost* Term Subject Course Name Course Title
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) 2D Animation OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 380 2D Animation
PSYC Psychology Abnormal Psychology A study of mental health and abnormal behavior. The topics covered include: definitions of mental health and mental illness; problems of adjustment; the causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders. Case studies supplement and illustrate the theoretical parts of the course material. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 310 Abnormal Psychology
ARTB Art (Research) Academic Internship OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTB Spring 2023 Art (Research) ARTB 300 Academic Internship
ACCT Accounting Accounting Analysis A required core class in financial accounting analysis, covering a selected number of topics. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 610 Accounting Analysis
ACCT Accounting Accounting I A study of accounting fundamentals. Topics include the accounting cycle, statement preparation, systems, asset valuations, accounting concepts, and principles for the sole proprietorship. MA|OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 101 Accounting I
ACCT Accounting Accounting I A study of accounting fundamentals. Topics include the accounting cycle, statement preparation, systems, asset valuations, accounting concepts and principles for the sole proprietorship. MA|OL|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 501 Accounting I
MATH Mathematics Advanced Calculus Topics include: Vector functions of several variables, the Jacobian matrix, the generalized chain rule, inverse function theorem, curvilinear coordinates, the Laplacian in cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates, Lagrange multipliers, line integrals, vector differential and integral calculus including Green's, Stokes's and Gauss's theorem. The change of variable in multiple integrals, Leibnitz's rule, sequences and uniform convergence of series. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 350 Advanced Calculus
FILM Film Advanced Film Production Workshop This course uses the skills and knowledge provided in FILM 201 to progress to the in-depth study of advanced production techniques through rough cut stage. Students are required to complete projects. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FILM Spring 2023 Film FILM 301 Advanced Film Production Workshop
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security Advanced Network & Internet Security In this course, students are introduced to the design of secure computer networks. Exploitation of weaknesses in the design of network infrastructure and security flaws in network protocols are presented and discussed. Network operation systems and network architectures are reviewed, together with the respective security related issues. Issues related to the security of content and applications such as emails, DNS, web servers are also addressed. Security techniques including intrusion detection, forensics, cryptography, authentication and access control are analyzed. Security issues in IPSEC, SSL/ TLS and the SSH protocol are presented. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 615 Advanced Network & Internet Security
ITEC Information Technology Advanced Network & Internet Security This course will cover infrastructure security issues. Network operating systems and network architectures will be discussed together with the respective security related issues. The students will learn about the threats to computer networks through exploitation of weaknesses in the design of network infrastructure and security flaws in the network infrastructure protocols. Issues related to the security of content and applications such as email, DNS, web servers will be discussed. Security techniques including intrusion detection, forensics, cryptography, authentication and access control are analyzed. Developments in IPSEC, transport protocols, secure mail, directory services, and multimedia services are discussed. Equivalent to INCS 615. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 440 Advanced Network & Internet Security
CSCI Computer Science Advanced Network & Internet Security This course will cover infrastructure security issues. Network operating systems and network architecture will be discussed together with the respective security related issues. The students will learn about the threats to computer networks through exploition of weaknesses in the design of network infrastructure and security flaws in the network infrastructure protocols. Issues related to the security of content and applications such as email, DNS, web servers will be discussed. Security techniques including intrusion detection, forensics, cryptography, authentication and access control are analyzed. Developmnets in IPSEC, transport protocols, secure mail, directory services, and multimedia services are discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 440 Advanced Network & Internet Security
MENG Mechanical Engineering Advanced Propulsion OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 624 Advanced Propulsion
ARTI Digital Art and Design Advanced Research: Usability and Testing This course introduces students to advanced research, user experiences and usability issues in emerging technologies. The students will examine the features and limitations of specific apps, devices, experiences, testing environments, measurements, and procedures and they will redesign new and improved versions of them. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 608 Advanced Research: Usability and Testing
ARCH Architecture Advanced Structural Concepts I Conceptual studies of the behavior of structures under load and the analysis of forces acting on these structures. Building frames, trusses, long spans, prestressed and precast members. Use of models. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 411 Advanced Structural Concepts I
ARCH Architecture Advanced Structural Concepts II Continuing conceptual studies of behavior of structural systems including space frames, arches and domes, suspension structures, membrane structures, and high-rise buildings. Introduction to methods of analysis including use of the computer and models. MA Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 412 Advanced Structural Concepts II
TEVE Television Advanced Television Workshop II This advanced preproduction course emphasizes storyboarding for both live and animated production, including script analysis, set design, camera and actor blocking, art design, music, and sound effects. MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,880.00 TEVE Spring 2023 Television TEVE 700 Advanced Television Workshop II
ADVG Advertising Advanced Topics Seminar This seminar deals with current issues in advertising and public relations. Specific issues and course context vary in response to developments in the field. Among the topics covered in the course are: global advertising, direct response advertising, integrated marketing communications, sales promotion, business-to-business advertising, and events marketing. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 710 Advanced Topics Seminar
ARTG Art (Graphics) Advanced Typography MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 310 Advanced Typography
CSCI Computer Science Algorithm Concepts Abstract Data Structures are reviewed. The course covers the study of both the design and analysis of algorithms. Design methods include: divide-and-conquer; the greedy method; dynamic programming; basic traversal and search techniques algebraic and geometric problems as well as parallel algorithms (PRAM). Space and time complexity; performance evaluation; and NP-Hard and NP-Complete classes are also covered. The purpose of this approach to the subject is to enable students to design and analyze new algorithms for themselve. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 651 Algorithm Concepts
ENGY Energy Management Alternative Energy Systems In this course, the wide range of alternative energy options available for heating, cooling, transportation and power generation are presented. Renewable energy resources, such as solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass, are discussed in depth. Distributed generation systems, including fuel cells, photovoltaics, and mircroturbines, are analyzed from technical, economic, and environmental perspectives. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 775 Alternative Energy Systems
ICLT Literature Core American Contemporary Poetry: Self, Society, World This course will read and research contemporary American poetry in different venues for what it tells us about contemporary American society in relationship to individual writers and to the world. MA|OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 308 American Contemporary Poetry: Self, Society, World
PSCI Political Science American Government and Politics This course is an introduction to the processes of the American form of democratic government; the nature and structure of U.S. government; its chief characteristics and functions. Special attention is paid to the intimate relation and mutual impact of government and the people on each other, expanding the students' awareness of the effects of governmental decisions on the American people. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSCI Spring 2023 Political Science PSCI 110 American Government and Politics
HIST History American History II This is a survey course of American history from the end of the Civil War to the present: the period of the Reconstruction, the industrialization of the United States, the emergence of the country as a Great Power, U.S. role in the twentieth century are considered. The political, economic, and cultural evolution of the American people is examined, providing the student with historical foundations for an informed political awareness of present day issues. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HIST Spring 2023 History HIST 150 American History II
FINC Finance Analysis and Valuation of Equity Investments This course focuses on the development of a comprehensive framework for analyzing and evaluating equity investments and selecting stocks. Both Intrinsic ("Absolute") equity valuation models of discounted cash flows to stockholders (Dividends, Free Cash Flows, and Residual Cash Flows) and Relative valuation of Comparable Multiples will be applied and reconciled. The Capital Asset Pricing Model and multi-factor Arbitrage Pricing Theories will be employed. Criteria for choosing an appropriate model for valuing a particular firm will be discussed. Estimates of risk-adjusted-discount-rates, growth rates, and duration of growth phases will be explained. Financial statements will also be utilized to obtain relevant estimates for company and industry analysis and valuation. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 734 Analysis and Valuation of Equity Investments
ICBS Behavioral Science Core Anthropological Approaches to Health Seminar This seminar course in health and anthropology will examine this subfield within the diachronic context of the theoretical framework from functionalism to the recent more holistic multidisciplinary perspectives of cultural, ecological, and bio-cultural approaches. Moreover, individual health issues such as infectious epidemics, nutrition, stress, etc. will be examined from a cross-cultural as well as from a biological perspective. Attention will be given to cultural beliefs and customs as they interact in the adaptive relationship between disease and the physical environment. We shall also be concerned with the dynamic interplay between the healers, the healing situation (traditional and non-traditional), and the clients as they participate in the healing process. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICBS Spring 2023 Behavioral Science Core ICBS 309 Anthropological Approaches to Health Seminar
CHEM Chemistry Applied Chemistry For bachelor of technology majors. An introduction to basic chemical concepts and their application to industrial technology. Studies will include basic chemical concepts and calculations, the relationship of atomic structure and bonding to chemical and physical properties and the state of matter, and the role of thermal chemistry, thermodynamics and oxidation-reduction in determining the rates and extent of chemical reactions. The laboratory work will illustrate common laboratory techniques and the lecture materials presented. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 105 Applied Chemistry
CTEC Computer Technology Applied Computational Analysis I This first course of two in computation analysis problems provides a hands-on, interactive treatment of many topics relevant to the field of engineering and computer technology. Students acquire the ability to use differential calculus, integral calculus, statistics/probability, and graphical techniques to solve a wide range of numeric problems. Technical computing using the engineering toolboxes of computational software such as MATLAB will be used for each topic. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 243 Applied Computational Analysis I
CTEC Computer Technology Applied Computational Analysis II This course introduces symbolic as well as numerical computation for solving problems encountered in electrical and computer engineering technology. Topics will include applied differential equations, transform methods and discrete mathematics, as applied to electrical/computer systems in a laboratory setting. A software package such as MATLAB or MATHCAD will be used. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 247 Applied Computational Analysis II
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Applied Statistics MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 325 Applied Statistics
ARCH Architecture Architectural Design II Design problems are structured so as to necessitate the resolution of multiple issues simultaneously and interdependently. Emphasis is on the translation and development of a part into spaces capable of being inhabited and constructed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 202 Architectural Design II
ARCH Architecture Architectural Design IV Investigation of the public realm in our communities through the study of housing. Design problems examine housing prototypes and the mutual impact the design solutions and neighborhood contexts exert on one another. Emphasis on exploring the interface between the large scale of city public spaces and the intimate scale of private individual spaces. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 302 Architectural Design IV
ARCH Architecture Architectural Design VIII A continuation of ARCH 501. The student develops a final thesis design proposal. After evaluation and approval by the faculty, the student proceeds to final presentation of drawings, models, and films, together with a final written program. The presentation will demonstrate the student's ability to identify, understand, and ultimately control them any forces which shape contemporary architecture. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 502 Architectural Design VIII
ARCH Architecture Architectural History and Theory Seminar A seminar engaging historical, theoretical, and thematically based topics, integrating architecture and texts, across the historical spectrum. Topics will include the major historical period styles, the work of specific architects, or the development of important building typologies. The formal and technological aspects of architecture will be examined in relation to primary and secondary documentary sources as well as in the context of prevailing cultural and political circumstances. Specific topics to be announced each semester. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 361 Architectural History and Theory Seminar
ARCH Architecture Architectural Visual Communication 2 This course introduces advanced two and three dimensional CAD/CAM (computer aided drawing and modeling systems), presentation drawing and diagrams, rendering and post production techniques, and animation using various software platforms. Students experiment with interpretive and analytical drawing types in two, three, and four dimensions. Time, atmosphere and sequence of spatial propositions are described using rendered image stills, animated clips, and a variety of cinematic editing and cutting techniques along with advanced real-time simulations in virtual reality. With continually emerging software and rapidly evolving implementations in practice, students learn to work collaboratively and intelligently between traditional and emerging platforms to generate comprehensive, holistic projects that are thorough in both design process, production and in representation. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 644 Architectural Visual Communication 2
ARTH Art (History) Art History II A continuation of Art History I from the Baroque Era through Modernism during first half of 20th Century. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTH Spring 2023 Art (History) ARTH 151 Art History II
CSCI Computer Science Artificial Intelligence I This course will cover machine learning (ML) concepts, decision theory, classification, clustering, feature selection, and feature extraction. Emphasis is on the core idea and optimization theory behind ML methods. Important ML applications (including biometrics and anomaly detection) will also be covered. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 755 Artificial Intelligence I
CSCI Computer Science Artificial Intelligence I Introduction to artificial intelligence programming languages LISP, PROLOG, and object-oriented programming. Basic problem representation and heuristic searching techniques will be discussed. Concept of knowledge engineering and various applications of knowledge representation schemes will be studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 355 Artificial Intelligence I
HOSP Hospitality Asset, Risk & Revenue Management The focus of this course is on improving revenues and profits for a hospitality enterprise, while addressing core risk concepts. Topics include establishing financial and asset management goals, potential funding options to attain these goals, and efficient and effective use of these funds. In addition, working capital and long term financial concerns are addressed. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HOSP Spring 2023 Hospitality HOSP 360 Asset, Risk & Revenue Management
ACCT Accounting Auditing Fundamentals of auditing principles and procedures under generally accepted auditing standards will be covered. Auditor's reports. professional ethics and legal responsibilities, EDP considerations, statistical sampling, applications in auditing, the role of internal control in relation to the auditor and substantive audit procedures of assets, liabilities and equity capital will be reviewed. Communication of auditor findings to applicable parties will also be studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 411 Auditing
MATH Mathematics Basic Applied Calculus An introduction to calculus and its applications. Topics include functions, limits, the derivative, tangent line, the chain rule, maxima and minima, curve sketching, applications, antiderivatives, fundamental theorem of calculus, integration by simple substitution, finding areas. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 161 Basic Applied Calculus
ECON Economics Basic Economics A basic introduction to economic analysis, with emphasis on the problems and issues of a modern economy. This course is not available to business and political science majors. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 101 Basic Economics
WRIT Writing Basic Writing and Reading for International Students A course for international students whose English placement test reveals need for improved basic writing and reading skills. Students will read various kinds of writing and create a portfolio of their own writing. The course will improve use of standard grammar and mechanics and develop comprehension strategies, vocabulary and study skills. Coursework includes a computer lab component. MA Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 WRIT Spring 2023 Writing WRIT 110 Basic Writing and Reading for International Students
CSCI Computer Science Big Data Analytics MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 636 Big Data Analytics
CSCI Computer Science Big Data Management & Analytics Organizations today are generating massive amounts of data that are too large and unstructured to fit in relational databases. Existing platforms such as the Apache Hadoop allow for distributed and enterprise systems processing, of large data sets across clusters of computers, using the MapReduce programming model. In this course, students will gain an in-depth understanding of how MapReduce and Distributed File Systems work. In addition, they will be able to author Hadoop-based MapReduce applications in Java and use Hadoop subprojects Hive and Pig to build powerful data processing applications. Industry systems, such as IBM InfoSphere BigInsights and IBM InfoSphere Streams will be studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 436 Big Data Management & Analytics
EDCO Education Counseling Bilingual Field Practicum and Seminar MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 880 Bilingual Field Practicum and Seminar
CHEM Chemistry Bio-Organic Chemistry The basic concepts of organic chemistry and biochemistry are covered. Topics include hydrocarbons, stereochemistry, alcohols, phenols and ethers, carbonyl compounds, amines, amides, carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins, nucleic acids and the relationship of these chemicals to metabolic pathways. This course does not satisfy the organic chemistry or biochemistry course requirements for other science majors. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 215 Bio-Organic Chemistry
BIOL Biology Biochemistry A practical introduction to the fundamentals of the structure and properties of the biomolecules in close context with their metabolism. Major emphasis is placed on the dynamic nature of biochemistry and the interrelationships of the various metabolic pathways that make up the totality of life. Work in the laboratory illustrates the more common biochemistry techniques and principles encountered in the lecture. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 340 Biochemistry
BIOL Biology Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics This course covers a large spectrum of computational biology, and teaches students the foundations of bioinformatics, genomics, molecular evolution, and machine learning. Topics include: introduction to UNIX systems and commands, multiple sequence alignments and phylogenetics, next generation sequencing and gene expression analysis, and basic concepts of machine learning, such as sensitivity, specificity and ROC curve. Optimization and classification strategies such as principal component analysis will also be covered. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 350 Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
BIOE Bioengineering Biomechanics Introduction of the mechanical principles of living organisms, particularly their movement and structure. The course introduces the students to concepts of mechanics as they apply to dynamics of human motion. Topic include application of physical laws to human performance including, linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, fluid mechanics, and tissue mechanics. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 622 Biomechanics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Biomechanics Introduction of the mechanical principles of living organisms, particularly their movement and structure. The course introduces the students to concepts of mechanics as they apply to dynamics of human motion. Topic include application of physical laws to human performance including, linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, luid mechanics, and tissue mechanics. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 622 Biomechanics
EXSC Exercise Science Biomechanics This course will examine human motion, including the structure and function of the various systems that contribute to movement from a mathematical and physical principles perspective. Special emphasis is placed on the movement analysis and how technique can be examined using the theories within biomechanics. Also emphasized is the biomechanical analysis of motion using advance technological tools available in this discipline. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 320 Biomechanics
HSCI Health Science Biomedical Ethics The course will examine and analyze moral dilemmas created by recent advances in medical technology. The course will include selections from the literature, ethics, values, and philosophy as related to the delivery of health care. Medical-legal issues will be addressed with particular reference to liability and confidentiality. Issues related to euthanasia, the right to die, abortion, behavior modification, allocation of scarce medical resources, in vitro fertilization, genetic screening and engineering, and human experimentation will also be addressed. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 420 Biomedical Ethics
BIOL Biology Bioprocessing MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 442 Bioprocessing
CHEM Chemistry Biosensor Design Research Project Lab An advanced bioanalytical research project conducted under the supervision of a faculty member. Students will design and characterize a detection method for an analyte of interest from a biological system. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 483 Biosensor Design Research Project Lab
BIOL Biology Biostatistics This course provides students with a foundation in statistics with special focus on biomedical applications such as epidemiology, combined with an introduction in R, a robust and widely used statistical package. Topics covered include: descriptive statistics, probabilities, frequency distributions, hypothesis testing, Fisher and Chi-square tests, Z-score, data normalization and T-test. Additionally, more elaborated strategies including Analysis of Variance, correlation, linear regression and Bayesian statistics will be introduced, as these methods are considered essential tools for biomedical sciences. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 250 Biostatistics
BUSIE Business Experiential Broadridge Challenge This experiential learning course strengthens group dynamics through student engagement in ongoing challenges and problems that are actually faced by practicing professionals in organizations. Student teams are required to seek and organize data, conduct analysis and provide recommendations to the senior management of Broadridge Inc., one of the world's largest financial service firms. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSIE Spring 2023 Business Experiential BUSIE 701 Broadridge Challenge
DSGN Interior Design Building Codes and Regulations Using the health, safety and welfare of building occupants as an underlying rationale, this course studies the impact of building codes and regulations as they specifically relate to building interiors. The identification, comprehension and application of codes, in tandem with the different phases of design, construction and occupancy, are stressed. Specific topics include occupancy fire prevention, egress, environmental standards, ADA and Universal Design. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 382 Building Codes and Regulations
ARCH Architecture Building Construction II The course introduces building construction and building materials, and their interrelationships with the environment. Steel and concrete construction and material systems are studied in light of both their material properties and integration with other systems, including the influences of site and climate. Examination and analysis of both historical and contemporary references frame the discussions of material selection and use. Also covered are basic techniques of graphic representation used to convey design intent, construction details and methods. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 222 Building Construction II
ARCH Architecture Building Systems 2 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 722 Building Systems 2
ARCH Architecture Building Systems I This course introduces the basic theoretical trajectory of structures and architectural technology and its simulation of the built environment. Architectural "elements" and "assemblies" are explored abstractly in terms of their structural, material, and environmental concerns. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 621 Building Systems I
BUSI Business Subjects Business Analytics This course discusses applications of business analytics to strengthening decision-making ability in different business areas such as marketing, finance, operations, and strategic planning. This course provides students with an understanding of the emerging role of analytics in business disciplines. It shows how to use analytics tools in a spreadsheet environment to effectively utilize and interpret analytic models and results for better decisions making. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 450 Business Analytics
BUSI Business Subjects Business Analytics & Decision Making This course discusses the integration of data analytics and modeling to support businesses, non-profits, and governments towards gaining insight and strengthening decision-making ability. Students will develop predictive and prescriptive capabilities using data mining and simulation techniques through case studies and also use optimization techniques to support decision-making in the presence of uncertainty and a large set of alternatives. Focus will be on applying these techniques to different functional areas of business including operations, marketing, finance, and strategic planning. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 650 Business Analytics & Decision Making
MGMT Management Business Enterprise Environment A managerial analysis of the complex enterprise interrelationships arising between legal and governmental regulation, ethical, economic, political, societal, technological, and physical issues characterizing a highly dynamic global business environment. MA Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 630 Business Enterprise Environment
LLAW Law Business Law An advanced course in business law which considers legal and ethical issues in business including a study of the Uniform Commercial Code, the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, secured transactions, debtor-creditor relations, negotiable instruments, business organizations and the legal, professional and ethical responsibilities of CPA's and other financial professionals. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 LLAW Spring 2023 Law LLAW 210 Business Law
EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology Business Leadership of School Systems This course is designed to develop the candidate's knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of district business administration. Candidates will use technology and data driven decision making in budgeting procedures, financial accounting, purchasing, auditing, salary scheduling, supervising operations and maintenance, choosing insurance, food services, transportation, and dealing with safety and legal issues. Candidates will participate in simulations and projects at the district level. TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,000.00 EDLT Spring 2023 Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 865 Business Leadership of School Systems
ARTB Art (Research) Business of Creative Industries This course examines the fundamental issues of running a creative business and the essential skills that every digital artist and designer needs to be equipped with to enter the marketplace. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTB Spring 2023 Art (Research) ARTB 801 Business of Creative Industries
BUSI Business Subjects Business Policy and Strategy Capstone This capstone, senior-year course, integrates knowledge and skills in the various functional areas of business for corporate and business strategy development. Student teams will develop a corporate mission, goals and objectives, and implement business policy by managing a complete value chain for a company; deploying marketing, operational and financial strategies and policies in a simulated competitive environment so as to achieve sustainable growth and productivity. Case studies and a computer-based management game will be employed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 435 Business Policy and Strategy Capstone
BUSI Business Subjects Business Research Methods This course emphasizes application of quantitative methodologies to support managerial decision making through problem identification, research design including data collection methodologies, analytical techniques for data analysis, and report preparation. MA|OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 510 Business Research Methods
QANT Quantitative Analysis Business Statistics This course introduces students to both descriptive and inferential statistics. Coverage includes applications to business and other disciplines and the use of technology as a decision support tool. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 501 Business Statistics
MATH Mathematics Calculus I Study of lines and circles. Functions, limits, derivatives of algebraic functions, introduction to derivatives of trigonometric functions. Application of derivatives to physics problems, related rates, maximum-minimum word problems and curve sketching. Introduction to indefinite integrals. The conic sections. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 170 Calculus I
MATH Mathematics Calculus II Riemann sums, the definite integral, the fundamental theorem of the calculus. Area, volumes of solids of revolution, arc length, work. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Inverse trigonometric functions. Formal integration techniques. L'Hopital's rule, improper integrals. Polar coordinates. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 180 Calculus II
MATH Mathematics Calculus III Sequences and series, Taylor series. Vector analysis and analytic geometry in three dimensions. Functions of several variables, partial derivatives, total differential, the chain rule, directional derivatives and gradients. Multiple integrals and applications. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 260 Calculus III
BIOL Biology Cancer Biology This course covers the molecular and cellular mechanisms of cancer development. It builds on the fundamentals of cell biology and explains the basic mechanisms underlying cell growth, differentiation, and development, and how these processes are altered in cancer cells. Key concepts include cell cycle, mutation and DNA repair, signaling pathways, oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes, cancer-causing viruses, and a summary of diagnosis, treatment rational and therapies. Literature-based research assignment topics include environmental carcinogens such as chemicals and radiation, and agents that may prevent cancer. Student completing this course will acquire and understanding of cancer development and various anticancer therapies. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 461 Cancer Biology
IDSP Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone Seminar This seminar involves reading, writing and research activities requiring demonstration of mastery in analytic and communication skills in addressing a problem related to students' individualized programs of study. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IDSP Spring 2023 Interdisciplinary Studies IDSP 410 Capstone Seminar
EDCO Education Counseling Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development Theories of occupational choice, career development, and social mobility will be reviewed within the context of national, state, or regional economic development. Occupational information will be considered from the point of view of the individual as well as from the standpoint of manpower needs for industrial and economic development. Students also will be exposed to some of the standard tests, procedures and principles of guidance followed in vocational counseling. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 705 Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development
MHCO Mental Health Counseling Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development Theories of occupational choice, career development, and social mobility will be reviewed within the context of national, state, or regional economic development. Occupational information will be considered from the point of view of the individual as well as from the standpoint of manpower needs for industrial and economic development. Students also will be exposed to some of the standard tests, procedures and principles of guidance followed in vocational counseling. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MHCO Spring 2023 Mental Health Counseling MHCO 705 Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development
PSYC Psychology Career Development in Psychology This course will provide students with an overview of the skills needed for a career in psychology. It will include skills required for library research, writing in American Psychological Association (APA) format, professional communication, resume building, and ethical and professional issues. It will also cover career options for students completing a bachelor degree in psychology, and identify skills and knowledge that are needed to pursue a graduate degree in psychology. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 120 Career Development in Psychology
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Career Discovery The course experience provides the skills and tools necessary for a technical career while enabling students to develop confidence in their academic endeavors. The creative role in the multi-disciplinary design and development process is emphasized in addition to communication skills, ethical, legal, and professional responsibilities. This course will also introduce students to campus resources, effective time management skills, study skills, financial literacy, and career planning. This course may be waived for students with sophomore or higher status. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 ETCS Spring 2023 Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 105 Career Discovery
BIOL Biology Cell Biology Biochemical and biophysical aspects of cellular structures and functions are covered. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 432 Cell Biology
ICLT Literature Core Children's Literature Students will study selected children's literature from the nineteenth century to the present. A variety of genres, including fairytales, fantasy, fables and adventure stories are examined, each in the light of literary, historical, archetypal, feminist, and psychological themes. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 304 Children's Literature
CTEC Computer Technology Circuit Design and Fabrication Students are introduced to VHDL logic synthesis with a top-down approach to design and simulation of digital circuits with focus on Finite State machine. In the laboratory, students are also introduced to CAD tools for schematic and PCB layout. Techniques and principles for schematic drawing and PCB artwork will be covered. Design methodologies for simple and multilayer boards. Laboratory experiments use Altera boards and PCB software. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 241 Circuit Design and Fabrication
ITEC Information Technology Cisco Academy Level 1 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 357 Cisco Academy Level 1
CSCI Computer Science Cisco Academy Level I This course prepares students with the knowledge and skills required to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium size enterprise branch network. Topics include implementing network security, routing and switching fundamentals, the TCP/IP and OSI models, operating and configuring IOS devices, extending switched networks with VLANs, determining IP routes, managing IP routes, managing IP traffic with access lists and establishing point-to point and Frame Relay connections. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 357 Cisco Academy Level I
ARCH Architecture City Planning A comparative analysis of urban design and planning from the classical period to the present. The attitudes and theories that have shaped the city historically are discussed in the context of prevailing social, economic, and political conditions. Important built and unbuilt paradigms are used to examine the theoretical and practical issues of urban and suburban development, new town planning, land-use controls and zoning, transportation planning, and historic preservation. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 362 City Planning
CENG Construction Engineering Civil Engineering Materials This course introduces common materials used for construction, including concrete, metals, polymers, and wood. Students will learn the micro and nano-scale structure of matter, physical, structural, mechanical and chemical properties of infrastructure materials. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CENG Spring 2023 Construction Engineering CENG 260 Civil Engineering Materials
PHLT Public Health Climate Change & Health This introductory course in climate change and health is intended for graduate-level students of medicine or public health and provides foundational theoretical and practical knowledge and skills. This course is one of the core components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. It is also appropriate as an elective for students of medicine or other related fields. This course provides a basic introduction to the science of climate change, an overview of how climate change affects public health, strategies to predict and communicate climate change, and suggestions on how we can adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. It also offers an opportunity with globally available peers and mentors to practice techniques to reduce these effects. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 642 Climate Change & Health
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Clinical Nutrition: Theory and Practice II Continuation of CLNU 750. This course covers additional clinical nutrition topics. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,205.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 770 Clinical Nutrition: Theory and Practice II
PSYC Psychology Cognitive Psychology This course will introduce students to the field of cognitive psychology with a focus on human cognition. Topics covered will include processes such as attention, memory, language, decision making, thought, and problem solving, as well as research methods used to study cognition. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 270 Cognitive Psychology
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci College of Engineering & Computing Sciences Co-op This course is for the students who are actively enrolled in the CoECS Co-op program. This course will be taken during the period that students are employed at their Co-op positions. While working full-time with a Co-op employer, students receive support and guidance from Co-op coordinators, mentors, and peers, to share and reflect on their work term experiences. A culminating project is required to bring together industry and academic knowledge and showcase the work and skill development throughout the Co-op work experience. OW Show Classes UGRD 12 $16,200.00 ETCS Spring 2023 Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 301 College of Engineering & Computing Sciences Co-op
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Communication Circuits II Analysis of Digital Video/Audio communication systems (DTV), advanced digital modulation concepts, data communications. Transmission lines, antenna design, wave propagation and waveguides. Space communication is discussed. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 420 Communication Circuits II
FCWR Foundations of Writing Communication for Art and Design Building on courses taken in their majors, students will learn and apply concepts of effective written and oral communication appropriate for careers in art, design, and architecture. In addition to forms appropriate to the business world, such as memos, letters, reports, proposals, and job application materials, students will learn strategies for writing career-specific forms such as project descriptions, design briefs, and marketing correspondence. Students will engage in both primary and secondary research, work collaboratively, and deliver oral presentations using visual aids and/or presentation software. Course work includes a computer lab component. OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 303 Communication for Art and Design
FCWR Foundations of Writing Communication for Business Building on courses taken in their majors, students will learn and apply concepts of effective written and oral communication appropriate for business careers. Focusing on communicating to specific audiences and developing an effective writing process, students will write in business formats such as memos, letters, reports, proposals, and resumes. Some assignments will include research and documentation. Students will deliver informative and persuasive oral presentations. Course work includes a computer lab component. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 301 Communication for Business
FCWR Foundations of Writing Communication for Healthcare Careers Building on courses taken in their majors, students will learn and apply concepts of effective written and oral expression appropriate for careers in the health and biology professions. In addition to closely examining a variety of texts across the discipline, students will develop public speaking skills while also learning to collaborate on grant proposals, literature reviews, pamphlets and posters, and a research paper. Topics covered include the rhetoric of writing in the health professions, ethics, images in the sciences, grant- and abstract writing, and researching and writing publishable manuscripts. Course work includes a computer lab component. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 302 Communication for Healthcare Careers
FCWR Foundations of Writing Communication for Technical Professions Building on courses taken in their majors, students will learn and apply concepts of effective written and oral expression appropriate for careers in the technology professions, such as engineering and computer science. In addition to modes of technical discourse (definition, description, analysis, interpretation), this course emphasizes strategies for effective business communication in the technical professions and stylistics of technical communication. Methods and procedures of research are explored in depth. Course work includes a computer lab component, oral presentation of final reports using presentation software, and exploration of appropriate technology for technical communication. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 304 Communication for Technical Professions
EENG Electrical Engineering Communication Theory Review of Fourier transform and series, correlation and spectral densities of deterministic signals, baseband and bandpass linear systems, AM and FM modulation/demodulation schemes, elements of PCM, introduction to information theory and coding, and introduction to communication networks. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 401 Communication Theory
EENG Electrical Engineering Communication Theory Review of Fourier transform and series, correlation and spectral densities of deterministic signals, baseband and bandpass linear systems, AM and FM modulation/demodulation schemes, elements of PCM, introduction to information theory and coding, and introduction to communication networks. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 518 Communication Theory
HSCI Health Science Community Health Implications This course will introduce the student to basic community health, health case systems and community health concerns. Topics covered include epidemiology, health promotion and disease prevention, chronic disease and societal implications for chronic disease, health care settings and introduction to healthcare teams. The format will be mostly lecture and class discussion. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 190 Community Health Implications
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Community Nutrition Techniques for development, funding, assessment, and evaluation of projects in community and government resources will be studied. Current legislative issues will be discussed along with the methodology necessary to stimulate activities on these issues. Resources for the consumer, including community action and government outreach programs, will be reviewed. OL Show Classes GRAD 2 $1,470.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 635 Community Nutrition
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Comprehensive Examination All candidates for the Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition must pass a comprehensive examination. OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 799 Comprehensive Examination
HRMT Human Resource Management Comprehensive Examination The comprehensive examination is required for all students, except for those electing to do a thesis or practicum. This examination tests knowledge of concepts, theories, laws and policies of human resources management and labor relations at the level covered in the core courses. Pass/fail grade. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 HRMT Spring 2023 Human Resource Management HRMT 883 Comprehensive Examination
MATH Mathematics Computational Analysis This course consists of a calculus-based introduction to the use of mathematical software in applied problems in science and engineering. Matlab: basic syntax and development environment; debugging; help interface; basic math objects; visualization and graphical output; vectorization; scripts and functions; file i/o; arrays, structures, and strings; Mathematica: basic syntax and the notebook interface, visualization, symbolic operations such as differentiation, integration, partial fractions, series expansions, solution of algebraic equations. Mathematica programming (rule-based, functional, and procedural) and debugging, plotting, and visualization. The course will emphasize good programming habits, choosing the appropriate language/software for a given scientific task and the use of numerical and symbolic math software to enhance learning and perform tests. Each of the concepts and programming tools covered should be illustrated through the application and integration of calculus tools to scientific problems. This will be reinforced via individual lab work during class as well as teamwork in homework and class projects. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 330 Computational Analysis
EENG Electrical Engineering Computational and Engineering Tools An introduction to the problem solving process using software packages such as MATLAB. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 221 Computational and Engineering Tools
ARCH Architecture Computational Design II ARCH 782, is the second course offered in Computational Design in the Master of Science in Architecture, Computational Technologies program. The objective of course ARCH 782 is for students to learn and apply computation in relation to architectural design. Students learn, develop skills and apply critical computational thinking and design through architecture exercises and projects. The objective of the two consecutive courses (ARCH 781, ARCH 782) is for students to analyze, research, displace and eventually investigate new paradigms in computer-based systems of representation applied to architecture design. Students will learn to develop skills in visual algorithms through Rhinoceros 3D Grasshopper plugin, Unity 3D, Python programming language, and ML activating AI through frameworks such as TensorFlow, MATLAB, Wolfram Mathematica or others. First, the course will advance computer programming skills through Rhinoceros 3D Grasshopper plugin building up knowledge to develop complex algorithms activating emergent geometry in computational design. Students will learn to develop scripts, algorithms, and code their own programs, and/or other computational design exercises such as executable files, tool development (Rhinoceros 3D and Rhinoceros 3D Grasshopper), in preparation for a plug-in and/or application and/or interface development. Second, the course will study and apply Machine Vision (object tracking recognition), kinetics, Machine Learning (supervised and non supervised /data repositories), ANN, GAN’s and other neural nets advancing studies in various forms of Artificial Intelligence. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 782 Computational Design II
ARCH Architecture Computational Design Studio 2 Fabrication and Robotics ARCH 702B is the second Advanced Architecture Design Studio in the Master of Science in Architecture, Digital Technologies program. The studio will follow an applied research approach to computational design by developing physical experiments 1:1 scale, leading to a full-scale prototype, a digital fabrication full-scale spatial exercise, or a class wide interactive interdisciplinary exterior pavilion or interior installation. Digital fabrication will be expanded to include the several interfaces, machinic systems, CAM (computer aided manufacturing software) for tool-paths in 3d Printing, CNC (computer numeric control mechanisms), Robotics and informational processes between computer representation and machine-based output, expanding dimensions between materials, drawing and building processes and systems. Each student will be asked to understand critically the translation differential between computational design as representation and material computation as digital fabrication. The design studio will work to integrate in a hands-on design exercise knowledge acquired in the pre-requisite, co-requisite studios and seminars. Students will address architecture through computational fluid dynamics/simulation, structural simulation, material simulation (3d printing and time-based programmable 4d printing), performance simulation and optimization activating an evidence-based design in forensic architecture and post-occupancy measurement. The project will also work with environmental simulation to activate micro-ecologies for a post-human responsive healthy space researching into materials as mediums to activate ecologies. This hands-on project-driven studio will engage with the design of built prototypes thinking them 1:1 scale, working with emergent material forces. This studio will teach students the emergent issues in digital fabrication and materials to prepare students for applied research in physical computation/robotics and sensors for the third and last studio. The design and investigation of new materials, new fabrication processes exploring 3d Printing and CNC machinic systems, and ultimately robotic technologies will be tested to develop either individual or a class-wide project. The knowledge acquired through the previous studios, core and elective seminars will be integrated into a site-specific, 1:1 scale construction. Each class will be asked to integrate the diverse knowledge previously acquired, and potentially activate new mediums and new media as means of doing architecture, by implementing new technologies that aim to generate new parameters, innovative design-thinking processes and enable proto-architectural structures. MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 702B Computational Design Studio 2 Fabrication and Robotics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Computational Methods OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 602 Computational Methods
ARCH Architecture Computer Aided Construction Drawings Modern methods of construction drawing development, purpose, and organization through the use of computer-aided design and drawing. Study is directed and guided in the preparation of a complete set of drawings: plans, sections, elevations, details, schedules, and an introduction to specifications through digital media. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 327 Computer Aided Construction Drawings
ARCH Architecture Computer Aided Management and Administration This course teaches concepts and goals of construction management and administration and their application to contemporary buildings using computer-aided methods and contemporary digital media. Topics include installation issues, legal responsibilities, costs and benefits, relation between building trades and professionals, critical path methods, administrative organization and online project management methods. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 475 Computer Aided Management and Administration
CSCI Computer Science Computer Architecture I This course explores modem architectural design patterns and exposes the students to latest technologies used to build computing systems. Concepts presented in this course include but are not limited to pipelining, multicore processors, superscalar processors with in-order and out-of order execution, virtual machines, memory hierarchy, virtual memory, interconnection networking, storage and I/0 architectures, computer clustering and cloud computing. Students are introduced to performance evaluation techniques and learn how to use the results of such techniques in the design of computing systems. Equivalent to EENG 641. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 641 Computer Architecture I
EENG Electrical Engineering Computer Architecture I This course explores modem architectural design patterns and exposes the students to latest technologies used to build computing systems. Concepts presented in this course include but are not limited to pipelining, multicore processors, superscalar processors with in-order and out-of order execution, virtual machines, memory hierarchy, virtual memory, interconnection networking, storage and I/0 architectures, computer clustering and cloud computing. Students are introduced to performance evaluation techniques and learn how to use the results of such techniques in the design of computing systems. Equivalent to CSCI 641. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 641 Computer Architecture I
CSCI Computer Science Computer Graphics Introduction to display system parameters; comparison of information retrieval and document retrieval; digitizing as an input process; picture models and data structures; display software; applications, hands-on laboratory experience. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 670 Computer Graphics
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Computer Graphics II Computer Graphics II is the subsequent course to Computer Graphics I and will continue to focus on fundamental industry applications to prepare students for artistic and commercial projects in computer graphic design. Through projects, students will expand their skills to creating master industry-standard graphic designs. A particular focus will be on creating package designs. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 251 Computer Graphics II
CSCI Computer Science Computer Networks Connection of multiple systems in a networked environment. Topics include physical connection alternatives, error management at the physical level, commercially available protocol support, packet switching, LANs, WANs and Gateways. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 690 Computer Networks
EENG Electrical Engineering Computer Networks Quantitative approaches to the design of data and computer networks including the telephone network. Applications of queuing theory blocking and delay. Packet switching and OSI standards. Concepts of a layered architecture. The data link layer. Flow and congestion control in a network, routing, higher layers. An introduction to local area networks. A design project is part of this course. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 755 Computer Networks
CSCI Computer Science Computer Networks This course introduces students to the fundamentals and applications of computer networks and layered architectures. Topics include the ISO reference 7-layer model, physical layer issues, data link layer protocols, medium access protocols, network layer, transport layer, and internetworking. A network-related programming final project is required. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 345 Computer Networks
CSCI Computer Science Computer Organization The course covers the basics of combinatorial and sequential digital circuits. Representative digital circuits are multiplexers, demultiplexers, decoders, counters, registers, memory and ALUs. The use of programmable logic devices in digital circuitry is also covered. The course culminates with the design of a simple computer to specifications, both hardware description language, and a graphical editor to design and implement digital circuits throughout the course. Equivalent to EENG 130. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 130 Computer Organization
CSCI Computer Science Computer Organization and Architecture This course introduces students to the organization and architecture of modern computers. The students will learn a variety of concepts from the stored-program concept and the machine cycle, to the representation of code and data. The basic components of a computer and their functionality are analyzed including processor data path, pipelines, I/O devices, memory hierarchy, and interconnection networks. The instruction set architecture and its importance in reducing the gap between hardware and software is also discussed. Students will also learn how to evaluate computer performance. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 155 Computer Organization and Architecture
CSCI Computer Science Computer Organization and Architecture This course introduces students to the organization and architecture of modern computers. The students will learn a variety of concepts from the stored-program concept and the machine cycle, to the representation of code and data. The basic components of a computer and their functionality are analyzed including processor data path, pipelines, I/O devices, memory hierarchy, and interconnection networks. The instruction set architecture and its importance in reducing the gap between hardware and software is also discussed. Students will also learn how to evaluate computer performance. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 503 Computer Organization and Architecture
CSCI Computer Science Computer Programming I This course provides basic skills in problem solving and object-oriented programming using a high level language such as Java or C++. Topics include algorithm development, simple data types, expressions and statements, program flow control structures, objects, methods and arrays. Knowledge of Algebra MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 125 Computer Programming I
CSCI Computer Science Computer Programming I This course provides basic skills in problem solving and object-oriented programming using a high level language such as Java or C++. Topics include algorithm development, simple data types, expressions and statements, program flow control structures, objects, methods and arrays. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. Knowledge of Algebra MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 502 Computer Programming I
CSCI Computer Science Computer Programming II This course provides advanced skills in object-oriented programming and problem solving techniques using a high level language such as Java C++. Topics include polymorphism, inheritance, exception handling, stream and file I/O, recursion, and dynamic data structures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 185 Computer Programming II
CSCI Computer Science Computer Programming II This course provides advanced skills in object-oriented programming and problem solving techniques using a high level language such as Java C++. Topics include polymorphism, inheritance, exception handling, stream and file I/O, recursion, and dynamic data structures. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 504 Computer Programming II
ACCT Accounting Computer-Based Auditing and Research This course examines issues relevant to planning and conduction IT (Information Technology) audit and control activities. The course covers the following conceptual areas: business risks and the management of business risk, IT risk as a component of business risk, the need to manage IT risks, and basic type of controls required in a business system in order to control IT risks. Issues associated with new risks created by the use of the internet for business applications ad electronic business are also covered. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 731 Computer-Based Auditing and Research
ARCH Architecture Construction Documents MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 727 Construction Documents
ARCH Architecture Construction Management Contracts The management of a project from conceptualization to completion is studied. The responsibilities of the construction manager in contracts and communication with the owner, consultants and contractors/sub-contractors will be reviewed. Methods of financial management and account, record-keeping, construction safety and risk management/time management will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 473 Construction Management Contracts
ARTH Art (History) Contemporary Art Contemporary Art reviews the current state of the digital art culture. Students engage in research and visit exhibition venues on a regular basis, investing time to study the work of artists and designers and write about them. The learning experience is enriched with classroom visits by creative professionals who are working with innovative technologies. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTH Spring 2023 Art (History) ARTH 651 Contemporary Art
BIOL Biology Contemporary Biotechnology An introduction into the realm of modern biotechnology and its application. This courses introduces the historical development of biotechnology and its contemporary applications, including, microbial fermentation/bioprocessing, bioreactors, production of fermentation products (protein therapeutics, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, others) molecular diagnostics, bioremediation and environmental biotechnology, aquatic biotechnology, biowarfar and bioterrorism and nanobiotechnology. Further, societal issues involving ethical and moral implications, perceptions and fears, intellectual property, safety, risks and regulatory issues, as well as economics of biotechnology will be discussed. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 441 Contemporary Biotechnology
EXSC Exercise Science Contemporary Issues in Exercise Science This course involves the investigation and study of current research topics using directed research and readings as they apply to the field of exercise science. This course is the senior seminar course that is completed along with internship. This course is a research-based and writing-intensive course. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 400 Contemporary Issues in Exercise Science
EENG Electrical Engineering Control Systems Control systems analysis. Differential equations of motion of mass-spring and RLC systems. Differential equations of motion of servo-mechanism. Response to step, ramp and sinusoidal forcing command. Servomechanism transfer functions, signal-flow diagrams. State-space description; transition matrix, sensitivity analysis and error analysis. Stability analysis using the Bode diagram and the root-locus methods. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 320 Control Systems
EENG Electrical Engineering Control Systems Control systems analysis. Differential equations of motion of mass-spring and RLC systems. Differential equations of motion of servo-mechanism. Response to step, ramp and sinusoidal forcing command. Servomechanism transfer functions, signal-flow diagrams. State-space description; transition matrix, sensitivity analysis and error analysis. Stability analysis using the Bode diagram and the root-locusmethods. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 512 Control Systems
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Control Systems Technology Principles of feedback control. Modeling of dynamic systems in the s-plane. Transfer functions and block diagrams. Stability criteria. Time domain performance characteristics. Frequency response analysis. Controllers and compensators. Introduction to state space methods. This course uses Matlab / Simulink. Laboratory work is correlated with lectures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 410 Control Systems Technology
ARCH Architecture Core Seminar 2: Fabrication Optimization & Material Simulation ARCH 776 will focus on a 4 steps evidence-based exercise through design and digital fabrication. First, students will work with analog physical models to intuitively study the subjects of the course by testing structures, fluid dynamics, and material properties. Second, students will work on an integrated project through software focusing on the simulation of architectural elements: site, environmental conditions and/or interior environmental conditions and/or systems, structural typologies, and material-based construction systems. Students will develop strategies to address ecological synthetic and/or biological evolution responsive architecture activating a scientific evidence-based design methodology. Third, students will develop their own material, (composites, recycled, filament) polymers customized pellets or composites for 3d, 4d printing (time based) and/ or robotic materials (reacting). Fourth, semester based on applied research exercises will focus on a single material (material-based construction system), structural typology, and environmental condition. Projects will address computational design based on simulation and optimization following an evidence-based approach. Project may or not include scale materialization through computer-based fabrication, CNC, 3d printing, and/or robotic fabrication developing a range of possible results. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 776 Core Seminar 2: Fabrication Optimization & Material Simulation
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core Core Seminar in Philosophy In this Core philosophy seminar, students will focus on a specific philosophic school of thought, question, or approach. In addition, the course will examine philosophy in relation to other disciplines, The content of the course will vary from semester to semester. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICPH Spring 2023 Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 300 Core Seminar in Philosophy
ICSS Social Science Core Core Seminar in Soc. Science In this Core social science seminar, students will focus on a specific topic in history, political science, or economics. In addition, the course will examine the social sciences in relation to other disciplines. The content of the course will vary from semester to semester. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICSS Spring 2023 Social Science Core ICSS 300 Core Seminar in Soc. Science
FINC Finance Corporate Financial Decision Making This course examines established paradigms related to corporate finance and explores advanced theory in financial management. Additionally, the course will apply such concepts and analytical tools learnt in a real-world case study framework to enhance financial decision making in a complex business world. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 760 Corporate Financial Decision Making
FINC Finance Corporation Finance An overview of the financial management function in modern business, emphasizing the time value of money and financial analysis. The financial and economic environment and capital markets and securities are covered. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 201 Corporation Finance
SOCI Sociology Criminology An examination of crime and theories of crime causation. Topics include: the white collar criminal, the professional criminal, and the structure of organized crime. The criminal-justice process is analyzed, including the role of the police, the criminal courts, the probation officer, correctional services, and the re-entry of the offender into society. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 SOCI Spring 2023 Sociology SOCI 278 Criminology
ARTB Art (Research) Critical Thinking and Writing About the Arts Critical Thinking and Writing about the Arts prepares the student in developing the skills necessary to communicate her/his aesthetic concepts in a formal written paper. The ability to concretely state one's views in a clear and concise manner is an asset when analyzing the complexity of one's subjective realm. Assignments include exercises that focus on critical thinking, appropriate vocabulary, meaning, definitions, clarity and objective perspective. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTB Spring 2023 Art (Research) ARTB 651 Critical Thinking and Writing About the Arts
ICBS Behavioral Science Core Cross-Cultural Aspects of Dating, Courtship and Mate Selection Seminar In this seminar, cross-cultural patterns of dating and courtship, mate selection, changing role of men and women, sexuality, fertility, marriage, parenting and child-rearing, divorce, aging and alternative lifestyles are examined from biological, sociological, anthropological, political and economic perspective. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICBS Spring 2023 Behavioral Science Core ICBS 301 Cross-Cultural Aspects of Dating, Courtship and Mate Selection Seminar
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Culturally Responsive Teaching: Involving Families and Communities OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDPC Spring 2023 Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 630 Culturally Responsive Teaching: Involving Families and Communities
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Curriculum Design and Development Candidates design an instructional unit within a defined course of study based on the five phases of instructional systems design: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. Candidates conduct a needs assessment for the learner, content, and context of their unit of instruction aligning learning objectives with national and state standards. Candidates develop performance assessment measures and incorporate instructional technologies to meet the needs of diverse learners. Issues addressed are curriculum alignment, learning theory, differentiated instruction, and design of instructional technology activities for active student engagement and inquiry. Field experiences are required and integrated into the course. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDPC Spring 2023 Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 605 Curriculum Design and Development
BUSA Business Analytics Data Interaction & Visualization This course will provide students with understanding and proficiency in data interaction and visualization. This course will build on the concepts of business statistics and cover data visualization practices and tools for presenting big data. Students will learn effective data wrangling and visualization with Tableau and other relevant tools. They will also learn to design and develop interactive dashboards for deeper insights into the data. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSA Spring 2023 Business Analytics BUSA 701 Data Interaction & Visualization
CSCI Computer Science Data Structures The classic data structures, such as stacks, queues, linked lists, binary trees, etc. are studied. Sorting and searching are stressed. Computational analysis is also studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 260 Data Structures
CSCI Computer Science Data Structures The classic data structures, such as stacks, queues, linked lists, binary trees, etc. are studied. Sorting and searching are stressed. Computational analysis is also studied. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 507 Data Structures
CSCI Computer Science Database Management Various data models, including hierarchical, network, relational, and object oriented, are introduced. The major part of the course is devoted to relational databases. Topics covered are the mathematical foundation, the three-level ANSI-SPARC architecture, and the SQL language. The SQL language includes the data manipulation and data definition components that are used to construct and query databases and also to provide access control to safeguard security. Entity-relationship modeling is presented and used to design the external level. Functional dependency and normalization techniques are used for the logical design of databases. Problems of concurrency control in multi-user database management systems are discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 300 Database Management
CSCI Computer Science Database Systems Design and implementation of databases. Hierarchal and network concepts; relational databases systems; entity relationship model: query languages; relational design theory; security and authorization; access methods; concurrency control backup and recovery. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 760 Database Systems
ITEC Information Technology Database Systems This course introduces students to the database design, implementation and administration. The students will also learn how to develop database applications using SQL. Additionally other topics such as XML and data mining will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 290 Database Systems
CSCI Computer Science Design and Analysis of Algorithms The fundamentals of designing computer algorithms are introduced. An overview of advanced data structures such as balanced trees, heaps and hash tables is presented. A discussion of algorithm design techniques will include, but not be limited to sorting and ordering, divide and conquer, shortest path and dynamic programming. The complexity of algorithms to various applications is discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 335 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
AAID Architecture/Interior Design Design Fundamentals I Architectonics studies the nature of architectural and design ideas directly through medium of space. Mass-void modeling explores part transformation, figure-ground, etc. and is the basis of planimetric, axonometric, perspective and graphic studies. MA Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 AAID Spring 2023 Architecture/Interior Design AAID 101 Design Fundamentals I
AAID Architecture/Interior Design Design Fundamentals II Dynamics continues study of architectural ideas directly through space. Volume modeling explores spatial intersections, tartan grid, light, circulation, materials and structure, as aspects of plastic design at human scale. Animation and color also studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 AAID Spring 2023 Architecture/Interior Design AAID 102 Design Fundamentals II
EENG Electrical Engineering Design Project I Major design project under the supervision of a faculty adviser. The project is open-ended and integrates student's knowledge and skills in the analysis and synthesis of an industrial system. Prior approval by a project advisor is required to register. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 870 Design Project I
BIOE Bioengineering Design Project II This is the second of a two-course sequence for master's design project. A major design project will be conducted under the supervision of a faculty adviser. The project is open-ended and integrates student's knowledge and skills in the analysis and synthesis of an industrial project. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 880 Design Project II
DSGN Interior Design Design Theory: History & Context MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 160 Design Theory: History & Context
ARCH Architecture Design VI- Community Design This studio entails the design of a project at an urban or suburban scale. Students explore and assess issues of existing development, infrastructure, topography, environmental and community resources and needs. The interactions between architecture and planning are explored through study of infrastructure, program, type and landscape. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 402 Design VI- Community Design
EDLI Education Literacy Diagnosis and Remediation of Literacy Disorders Candidates examine the nature of literacy disorders present in early childhood, childhood and middle childhood students. They explore the possible causes and correlates of those problems including neurological, psychological, environmental, and educational factors. The primary focus of the course is the identification of literacy disorders and the development of effective, research-grounded remediation. Candidates explore both formal and informal assessment procedures including those that may best be classified as authentic measures. A major theme in this course is the availability of technological support for both assessment and intervention. Candidates are required to conduct a full literacy assessment and case study with an early childhood, childhood or middle childhood child who evidences reading and/or writing difficulty. Field observations and experiences are required and integrated into the course. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDLI Spring 2023 Education Literacy EDLI 636 Diagnosis and Remediation of Literacy Disorders
MATH Mathematics Differential Equations Solving first order ordinary differential equations: exact, separable, and linear. Application to rates and mechanics. Theory of higher order linear differential equations. Method of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters. Application to vibrating mass and electric circuits. Power series solutions: ordinary and singular points, the method of Frobenius. Partial differential equations: the method of separation of variables. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 320 Differential Equations
EENG Electrical Engineering Digital Communications Design techniques for modern communication systems. Digital signal representation, sampling, quantization, noise representation, modulation methods and multiplexing. System performance in the presence of noise with emphasis on design. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 770 Digital Communications
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Digital Compositing Digital Compositing I will introduce compositing of multimedia in one single project. This course will introduce students to the process of digital compositing to create powerful visual effects for storytelling purposes. Digital images, videos, animations, and other visual effect elements, will be layered, manipulated, and put together in one compositing project to create complex scenes, emphasizing industry best practices. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 351 Digital Compositing
CSCI Computer Science Digital Logic Design Fundamentals MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 135 Digital Logic Design Fundamentals
ARTY Art (Photography) Digital Photography Digital Photography will introduce students to the fundamentals of digital photography and image editing software. Students will explore creative and conceptual possibilities emphasizing both technical and aesthetic approaches to the medium. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTY Spring 2023 Art (Photography) ARTY 201 Digital Photography
ARCH Architecture Digital Techniques & Media for Urban Design II Digital Techniques and Media for Urban Design II aims to expand the contents introduced in Arch 841 to provide advanced techniques and media for analysis, representation, and generation of narratives in urban design. Students are engaged with a set of software platforms for dynamic mapping and simulation, data-driven urban analytics, environmental modeling, and smart urban technologies. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 842 Digital Techniques & Media for Urban Design II
CSCI Computer Science Distributed Database Systems Concepts underlying distributed systems: synchronization, communication, fault-tolerance. Concepts and architecture of distributed database systems. Distributed concurrency control and recovery. Replicated databases. Distributed Query Processing. Examples of commercial relational distributed DBMS. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 405 Distributed Database Systems
EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology District Leadership Internship and Seminar The purpose of the Internship is to provide the candidate leadership experience in the school district setting only. The seminar component will provide the opportunity to discuss the integration of theoretical knowledge and the skills acquired during the experience. It is the capstone experience for the School District Leader Certificate. The internship and seminar will extend over 15 weeks. TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,000.00 EDLT Spring 2023 Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 870 District Leadership Internship and Seminar
ARTW Art (Drawing) Drawing This studio course furthers the development of drawing skills necessary to nurture conceptualization and visualization, as well as presentation processes essential to art and design professionals. Studio exercises, live model sessions, location drawing, and sketchbook assignments explore a variety of materials and techniques. Historical styles, techniques and goals from the Old Masters to contemporary drawing practice will be presented with critical dialog regarding the evolution of individual drawing skills. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTW Spring 2023 Art (Drawing) ARTW 601 Drawing
ARTW Art (Drawing) Drawing II A continuation of ARTW 101. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTW Spring 2023 Art (Drawing) ARTW 151 Drawing II
ICBS Behavioral Science Core Dynamics of Violence This seminar course will provide an overview of theoretical perspectives, research methods, empirical findings, and practical applications of psychological research on the nature, causes, and dynamics of violence. Topics covered include but are not limited to psychological principles underlying aggression, various types of violence, profiles of violent individuals, and ways to prevent violence. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICBS Spring 2023 Behavioral Science Core ICBS 303 Dynamics of Violence
BIOL Biology Ecology Study is made of the relationships among living things and species and how they reflect changes in their environments. Students study how the equilibrium and stability of ecosystems are affected by human activity. Current models are examined for their efficacy in solving environmental degradation problems. Other topics studied include trophic dynamics, habitats, resource management, and the ecological niche. Visits to field sites may occur. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 230 Ecology
ARTG Art (Graphics) Editorial Design The design of single and double-page layouts for magazines and newspapers using typography, illustrations, photography and other design elements to enhance the layout. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 352 Editorial Design
EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology Educational Law, Policy, and Ethics In this course, the candidate will examine federal, state, local laws and regulations that directly impact upon the conduct of public school personnel. Emphases will include: Sources of the law, case law relevant to the administration of schools, special areas such as special education and gifted education, mandated curricula, federally funded projects, constitutional law, employment law, tort law, copyright law, internet law and contract law. In addition, candidates will examine educational policy on the federal, state, and local level. Finally candidates will reflect upon ethical practices in school leadership. The candidate will be involved actively in finding legal solutions to cases and will be given an opportunity to advocate for a particular position. TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,000.00 EDLT Spring 2023 Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 835 Educational Law, Policy, and Ethics
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Educational Measurement This course provides students with an overview of the principles of educational measurement, including the development of relevant assessment objectives, basic statistics, formative and summative assessment methods, scale construction, reliability estimation and validity issues. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MSME Spring 2023 Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 654 Educational Measurement
EENG Electrical Engineering Electrical Circuits I Properties of linear networks, mesh and nodal analysis, network theorems, solution of first order and second order circuits in the time domain are studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 211 Electrical Circuits I
EENG Electrical Engineering Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools Properties of linear networks, mesh and nodal analysis, network theorems, solution of first order and second order circuits in the time domain are studied. A software package, such as PSPICE, MATLAB and MATHCAD will be introduced. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 212 Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools
EENG Electrical Engineering Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools Properties of linear networks, mesh and nodal analysis, network theorems, solution of first order and second order circuits in the time domain are studied. A software package, such as PSPICE, MATLAB and MATHCAD will be introduced. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,880.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 502 Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools
EENG Electrical Engineering Electrical Circuits II Topics covered in this course include: phasors, AC steady-state analysis, transfer functions, frequency response, Laplace transform two-port networks. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 281 Electrical Circuits II
EENG Electrical Engineering Electrical Circuits II Topics covered in this course include: phasors, AC steady-state analysis, transfer functions, frequency response, Laplace transform two-port networks. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 508 Electrical Circuits II
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Electrical Technology I Fundamental units, electrical components, wire calculations, work power, efficiency, Ohm's law series and parallel resistive circuits, Kirchhoff's laws. Introduction to electric and magnetic energy storage, capacitance, inductance, RC and RL time constants, meters, fundamentals of dc motors and generators. Lectures are followed by laboratory experiments. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 110 Electrical Technology I
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Electrical Technology II Alternating-current concepts. Reactance circuits, series and parallel, power factor, complex algebra, and phasor notation. Resonance phenomena, coupled circuits and transformers. Lectures are followed by laboratory experiments. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 120 Electrical Technology II
PHYS Physics Electricity and Magnetism I Students will learn the fundamentals of electricity and magnetism making use of the tools of vector calculus and differential equations. Topics will include electrostatics, magnetostatics, elements of electrodynamics (Ohm’s Law and electromagnetic induction), and Maxwell’s equations. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 371 Electricity and Magnetism I
EENG Electrical Engineering Electromagnetic Theory I Review of vector calculus, static electric and magnetic fields. Maxwell equations in integral form, Maxwell's equations in differential forms. Dielectrics, conductors, magnetic materials. Energy storage, Poynting's vector, dispersion and group velocity. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 330 Electromagnetic Theory I
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics I Characterization of semiconductor diodes, Zener diodes, transistors and field effect transistors (FET).Effect of temperature variation. Amplifier bias analysis and large signal analysis. Power amplifiers. Small signal models and small signal amplifier analysis. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 270 Electronics I
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics II Difference amplifiers, Darlington configuration, low and high frequency analysis, op-amps, gates: TTL, ECL, CMOS, comparators and Schmitt trigger, flip-flops with level and edge triggering, monostable and astable timing circuits. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 310 Electronics II
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics Laboratory I Laboratory work to complement lecture courses. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 275 Electronics Laboratory I
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics Laboratory II Laboratory work to complement lecture courses. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 315 Electronics Laboratory II
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics Laboratory III Laboratory work to complement lecture courses. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 360 Electronics Laboratory III
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics Laboratory IV Laboratory work to complement lecture courses. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 403 Electronics Laboratory IV
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Electronics Technology I In this course, we cover semiconductor theory, diodes, Zener diodes, rectifier circuits, filters, voltage regulators, special purpose diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) and Junction Field Effect Transistor (FET) fundamentals. BJT and FET configurations, biasing, AC models and voltage amplifiers, and small signal analysis. BJT power amplifier classification and analysis are also discussed. Laboratory work is correlated with the lectures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 131 Electronics Technology I
MENG Mechanical Engineering Element Machine Design General concepts of machine design, such as stress and strength, stress concentration fatigue, theories of failure, deflection in machine parts. Applications of the design process, including design of shafts, fasteners, couplings, gears, bearings, springs, screws, and other machine elements. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 508 Element Machine Design
SPAN Spanish Elementary Spanish I Drill in pronunciation, essentials of grammar and basic vocabulary. Reading of basic text. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 SPAN Spring 2023 Spanish SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
CSCI Computer Science Elements of Discrete Structures This course provides students with an introduction to discrete structures with applications to computing problems. Topics include logic, sets, functions, relations, proof techniques, counting and algorithmic analysis in addition to graph theory and trees. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 235 Elements of Discrete Structures
CSCI Computer Science Elements of Discrete Structures This course provides students with an introduction to discrete structures with applications to computing problems. Topics include logic, sets, functions, relations, proof techniques, counting and algorithmic analysis in addition to graph theory and trees. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 505 Elements of Discrete Structures
CTEC Computer Technology Embedded Systems and Internet of Things MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 336 Embedded Systems and Internet of Things
MIST Management Information Systems Emerging Internet Technologies and Global Business This course evaluates models for creating economically viable global businesses using the emerging and contemporary social media technologies. Topics in the areas of the entrepreneurial environment, current web-based technology, and global web-based technology strategy are covered MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 345 Emerging Internet Technologies and Global Business
IENG Industrial Engineering Energy Policy, Economics and Technology Analysis of past energy production and consumption patterns, and projections for the future. Overview of energy resources and utilization technologies, both conventional and alternative. Examination of energy production and pricing decisions, regulations, taxation, economic efficiency, and social welfare. Evaluation of energy policies, with special emphasis on the feasibility and desirability of available and evolving alternatives. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 590 Energy Policy, Economics and Technology
MENG Mechanical Engineering Energy System Analysis and Design OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 443 Energy System Analysis and Design
ENGY Energy Management Energy Technology in Perspective This course covers principles of power generation and energy conversion. Conventional and alternative energy technologies are described. Energy supply and utilization options are evaluated from technical, economic, and environmental perspectives. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 670 Energy Technology in Perspective
IENG Industrial Engineering Energy Technology Project Multi-disciplinary teams will collaborate on projects which explore practical applications of energy technologies. Students will outline project requirements, collect relevant information, explore feasibility, develop proposals, implement demonstrations, and communicate their findings. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 285 Energy Technology Project
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Engineering & Computer Science Internship MA|OL Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 ETCS Spring 2023 Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 365 Engineering & Computer Science Internship
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Analysis Numerical and analytical methods for the solution of engineering problems will be covered. In particular, applications to problems in heat transfer, fluid mechanics, applications to problems in heat transfer, fluid mechanics, flight vehicle design, and vibration theory will be discussed. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 438 Engineering Analysis
CHEM Chemistry Engineering Chemistry I For electrical engineering and computer science majors. An introduction to theoretical and inorganic chemistry. Studies include basic chemical concepts and calculations, atomic structure, periodicity and bonding, states of matter, metals, solutions, acids and bases, thermal chemistry and introductory thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction reactions, reaction rates and nuclear reactions. OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 107 Engineering Chemistry I
IENG Industrial Engineering Engineering Economics Economic problems relevant to the management-engineering decision-making environment, managerial costs, interest, depreciation, break-even analysis, capital budgeting, replacement decisions. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 240 Engineering Economics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Graphics An introduction to current graphic representations. Problems chosen to develop recognition and development skills in such areas as orthographics, pictorials, auxiliaries, sections, intersections and developments. Practical applications in screws and fasteners, welds, gears, cams, pipes, and electrical conventions. AUTOCAD applications. OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 105 Engineering Graphics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics I (Statics) Statics of particles; force in plane and space; equivalent systems of forces; equilibrium of rigid bodies in two and three dimensions; analysis of structures, friction; distributed forces; centroids, centers of gravity and moment of inertia; method of virtual work. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 211 Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics) Basic concepts, fundamental laws: absolute and relative motion, work, energy, impulse, momentum. Kinematic and kinetics of a particle, or rigid bodies. Central force motion. Impact. Advanced topics. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 212 Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics) Basic concepts, fundamental laws: absolute and relative motion, work, energy, impulse momentum, Kinematics and kinetics of a particle, or rigid bodies. Central force motion. Impact. Advanced topics. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 501 Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)
BIOE Bioengineering Engineering Principles in Cell Biology OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 610 Engineering Principles in Cell Biology
MENG Mechanical Engineering Engineering Programming This course provides an introduction to computer programming and develops skills in problem solving, algorithm development, and programming using software such as MATLAB. Topics include data types and storage, expressions and statements, program flow control, arrays, and functions. Matrix and vector operations are also introduced. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 201 Engineering Programming
MIST Management Information Systems Enterprise Resource Planning Systems This course provides an overview of modern Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in use today. It introduces students to how information is used in ERP systems of organizations and how information technology enables ERP systems to support decision making at all managerial levels. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 610 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
MGMT Management Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation An exploration of the entrepreneurship function, and the formation and operation of new business ventures. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 725 Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation
HOSP Hospitality Entrepreneurship, Franchise and Multi-Unit Management Students utilize the corporate level knowledge, strategies, talent and skills to develop a new hospitality business venture in a format that will support its success and growth potential. Topics covered include franchising, multi-unit management, benefits of standardized operational consistency, and quality assurance specific to the hospitality industry. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HOSP Spring 2023 Hospitality HOSP 460 Entrepreneurship, Franchise and Multi-Unit Management
ICSS Social Science Core Environmental History Environmental history is an interdisciplinary seminar that explores topics such as Native American environmental practices, colonialism and the environment, the Industrial Revolution, nineteenth and twentieth century environmentalism, suburbanization and post-industrial societies, socialism and the developing world, and scholarly debates over environmental history. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICSS Spring 2023 Social Science Core ICSS 301 Environmental History
BIOL Biology Environmental Sciences A multi-disciplinary approach is taken to the environmental and ecological sciences emphasizing principles, problems, and alternative approaches to solutions. Students study how the equilibrium and stability of ecosystems are affected by human activity. Current models are examined for their efficacy in solving environmental degradation problems. The issues are treated in sufficient depth to permit quantitative reasoning and assessment, especially in such vital topics as demographic trends of humanity in a resource-limited biosphere. Human physiological and behavioral requisites are interwoven with the fabric of culture and technology in modern society. Information systems and models are used. In addition to lectures and seminars, students are required to become involved in a term activity, project or paper, which may integrate several disciplines. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 107 Environmental Sciences
ARCH Architecture Environmental Site Planning This course introduces concepts of land use development with respect to the environmental impacts of project construction and post-construction performance. Also introduced are factors to consider when proposing human interventions in the ecology of the earth, including climatic parameters of sun, wind, water and biomass, as well as human parameters such as zoning, landscaping, use, and noise, and building with its auxiliary exigencies. Students will analyze sites, form land-use plans, organize vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and assess the mutual impacts of the above on a given project. Through case studies, a visit to a public hearing and a final semester project, students will learn how community involvement and local regulatory agencies affect the site planning and development. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 272 Environmental Site Planning
ARCH Architecture Environmental Systems II The course introduces students to the fundamentals of electrical design: single and multiphase circuits, apparent and real power, grid distribution and redundant switching; characteristics of electrical distribution systems, computation of electrical loads, theory and design of wiring systems, electrical service and controls and the study of the electrical codes. Also included are architectural design criteria for the installation of vertical transportation fire, electrical, building systems and codes requirements as well as illumination theory, fixture types and design of lighting systems. The course also involves elementary acoustic design. Students learn and evaluate the many ways buildings incorporate electrical power, and cooling systems. Beyond understanding the basic physics of a system, the student is expected to understand the impact of these systems on an architectural project. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 325 Environmental Systems II
PHLT Public Health Epidemiology This introductory course in epidemiology is intended for graduate-level students of medicine or public health and provides foundational theoretical and practical knowledge and skills. This course is one of the core components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. It is also appropriate as an elective for students of medicine or other related fields. This course provides an introduction to the field of epidemiology, including measures of mortality and morbidity; association, causation, and risk factors; study designs and critical evaluation of evidence; screening and surveillance; and the application of epidemiologic evidence to practice and policy. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 626 Epidemiology
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core Ethics and Social Philosophy The aims of this seminar in ethics are threefold: to explore and analyze critically the chief historical and contemporary theories of morality and the good life; to study the philosophical underpinnings of these theories in the works of the great philosophers; to discover the relevance of ethical theories to the understanding and adjudication of social and personal moral conflicts, and to the conduct of life. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICPH Spring 2023 Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 304 Ethics and Social Philosophy
SBES Small Business Ethics and Social Responsibility A contemporary approach to business and professional ethics, employing a case-based ethical and social responsibility decision making structure supported by technology. Emphasis on minimizing the financial and social costs to the firm and maximizing stakeholder value are included. MA Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 SBES Spring 2023 Small Business SBES 601 Ethics and Social Responsibility
BIOL Biology Evolutionary Biology This course focuses on the history and theory of evolution as it relates to living things. Specific topics include the historical origins of Darwinism and the Modern Synthesis; mechanisms of natural and sexual selection; genetic drift; concepts of species and other biological populations; genomics applied to taxonomy and systematics; the evolution of complex ecosystems; developmental genetics and embryology as applied to phylogeny; overview of the history of life on earth in relation to geological and other environmental changes; and the consequences of human activities on the evolution of contemporary biological populations. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 435 Evolutionary Biology
BIOL Biology Evolutionary Biology This course focuses on the history and theory of evolution as it relates to living things. Specific topics include the historical origins of Darwinism and the Modern Synthesis; mechanisms of natural and sexual selection; genetic drift; concepts of species and other biological populations; genomics applied to taxonomy and systematics; the evolution of complex ecosystems; developmental genetics and embryology as applied to phylogeny; overview of the history of life on earth in relation to geological and other environmental changes; and the consequences of human activities on the evolution of contemporary biological populations. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 325 Evolutionary Biology
HSCI Health Science Exercise Physiology Understanding the physiology of the exercising human is essential to the successful health and wellness professional. The purpose of this course is to develop competencies within the student that are related to fitness evaluation, exercise and activity prescription, and training program development for individuals or for groups with age, sex, and culture as important modifying factors. Beginning with the basic physiological concepts of energy metabolism, pulmonary, cardiovascular and muscular function, the student examines in depth the responses of individuals to the stress of exercise, training, and detraining. These physiological principles formulate the basis for the development of sound programs of exercise, training, and wellness programs. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 330 Exercise Physiology
EXSC Exercise Science Exercise Physiology Understanding the physiology of the exercising human is essential to the successful health and wellness professional. The purpose of this course is to develop competencies within the student that are related to fitness evaluation, exercise and activity prescription, and training program development for individuals or for groups with age, sex, and culture as important modifying factors. Beginning with the basic physiological concepts of energy metabolism, pulmonary, cardiovascular and muscular function, the student examines in depth the responses of individuals to the stress of exercise, training, and detraining. These physiological principles formulate the basis for the development of sound programs of exercise, training, and wellness programs. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 300 Exercise Physiology
BUSIE Business Experiential Experiential Based Learning: Broadridge Challenge This experiential learning course strengthens group dynamics through student engagement in ongoing challenges and problems that are actually faced by practicing professionals in organizations. Student teams are required to seek and organize data, conduct analysis, and provide recommendations that apply to the ongoing contextual issues being presented, discussed, and explored. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BUSIE Spring 2023 Business Experiential BUSIE 404 Experiential Based Learning: Broadridge Challenge
ADVG Advertising Experiential Model: Advertising/ PR Agency The Carleton Group OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 420 Experiential Model: Advertising/ PR Agency The Carleton Group
PROD Production Experiential Model: Film/TV Production Company MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PROD Spring 2023 Production PROD 430 Experiential Model: Film/TV Production Company
COMM Communications Experiential Model: Interactive Web Network MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 445 Experiential Model: Interactive Web Network
ARCH Architecture Externship Students will work 12-16 hours per week at externships with government agencies, community associations, or architectural practices involved with urban design. Students will meet and report regularly with the Program Director on their work and the employer will make a final report to the Director. Students shall submit final written reports or project presentations. The externships will be developed and/or approved by the Program Director. Paid Internships that provide a stipend to cover the cost of three credits of tuition may be permitted with approval of the program director. International students must also have approval from the international student advisor. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 882 Externship
ARCH Architecture Externship in Architecture Students enrolled in this course are given an opportunity to work in the professional environment of an architectural office for credit. To be eligible, students must have junior or senior status, a 3.0 or better GPA, recommendation of the faculty advisor, and the permission of the chair. This course is repeatable without limit, but no more than six externship credits may be credited toward undergraduate architecture or architectural technology degrees. Application must be approved during the prior semester. Grades are on pass/fail basis. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 381 Externship in Architecture
ARCH Architecture Externship in Architecture Students enrolled in this course are given an opportunity to work in the professional environment of an architectural office for credit. To be eligible, students must have junior or senior status, a 3.0 or better GPA, recommendation of the faculty advisor and the permission of the chair. Application must be approved during the prior semester. Grades are on pass/fail basis. This course is repeatable without limit, but no more than six externship credits may be credited toward undergraduate architecture or architectural technology degrees. Application must be approved during the prior semester. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 382 Externship in Architecture
ARCH Architecture Externship in Architecture Students enrolled in this course earn credit while gaining practical experience in a professional architectural office. To be eligible, students must have completed one year of architectural studies with a minimum GPA of 2.75. Recommendation of the externship faculty advisor and permission of the chairperson. Upon registration, a separate application must be filed with the externship advisor. Grades are on a pass/fail basis. This course is repeatable without limit, but no more than six externship credits may be credited toward undergraduate architecture or architectural technology degrees. Application must be approved during the prior semester. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 383 Externship in Architecture
COMM Communications Externship in Communication Arts Students enrolled in this course are given an opportunity to work in profit and non-profit organizations in the area of communications, public relations, and advertising for credit. To be eligible, students must have junior or senior status, a 3.0 or better GPA, the recommendation of his/her faculty advisor and the Chairperson's permission. Applications must be approved during the prior semester. Grades are on pass/fail basis. Students may take up to 12 credits of externship in the degree program. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 363 Externship in Communication Arts
COMM Communications Externship Program Students enrolled in this course will be given the opportunity to work in a field assignment in the area of their specialization and will be asked to meet professional standards set down by the organization to which they are assigned. Conferences will be held with the student during this period and the organization will be asked to cooperate by reporting on the progress of the student. A pass/fail grade is recorded for this course. A written evaluation of performance is provided by the sponsoring agency or professional. One-hundred fifty working hours are required to complete the internship. OW Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,880.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 640 Externship Program
ARCH Architecture Fabrication and Robotics II ARCH 784, is the second course in Fabrication and Robotics offered in the Master of Science of Architecture, Computational Technologies program. The objective of this seminar is for students to learn computation applied to Robotics digital fabrication. The objective of the two consecutive courses (ARCH 783, ARCH 784) is to build up relationships between digital fabrication, machinic systems, sensors and robotics, and architecture. Students will develop skills in visual algorithms applied to fabrication through Rhinoceros 3D Grasshopper plugin, implement Python programming language for fabrication, KUKA PRC (KLR). First, students will build up skills from ARCH 783 in relation to simulating and executing protocols for coordinating one, two, three or four independent and interrelated combined robotic arms through KUKA PRC (KRL). Second, students will learn how to work through robotic fabrication implementing customized add-ons such as various types of injection or deposition 3d printing for concrete 3d printing and other materials. Third, students will learn how to develop and customize material mixes to implement through injection or deposition 3d printing using robotic arms add-ons. Fourth, Students may learn to use machine vision and implement AI for robotic fabrication. Students will Machine Learning to innovative in the relationship between CAM software and CNC, including 3d Printing and Robotic Systems through object tracking recognition. The seminar will study alternative means through machine vision to adjust, calibrate, deviate, and reprogram relationships between tool paths, material behavior under stress, and CAM feedback adjustment. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 784 Fabrication and Robotics II
ENGY Energy Management Facilities Operation and Maintenance This course covers management of building operations, development of maintenance programs, administration of capital projects, and planning of facility improvements. Evaluation of facilities for compliance with regulations, reduction of operating costs, and forecasting of maintenance requirements. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 620 Facilities Operation and Maintenance
TEVE Television Fiction Scriptwriting for the Visual Media Emphasis is placed on producing professional script material of a fictional nature working with original material or adaptations. The student will be concerned with analyzing and applying the elements of dramaturgy as they apply to writing for film and television. MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,880.00 TEVE Spring 2023 Television TEVE 640 Fiction Scriptwriting for the Visual Media
EDCO Education Counseling Field Practicum and Seminar The field practicum experience provides candidates with direct experience in a school setting consistent with the candidate's area of specialization. Candidates will work with students/clients under supervision in both individual and group settings and demonstrate knowledge and application of counseling theories and techniques. This one semester course requires 100 hours of supervised counseling practice, weekly consultations with the field clinical supervisor and participation in a weekly seminar. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 870 Field Practicum and Seminar
ICSS Social Science Core Filming American History This seminar explores American history through a combination of cutting-edge readings in American history (including both new research and primary documents) with classic and contemporary film interpretations of American social history topics. Topics to be covered in the course include the rise and fall of big cities and the labor movement; the 1920's and 30's; 1950's suburbia; Cold War; the Civil Rights movement; the women's movement; the gay rights movement; deindustrialization; and the rise of social conservatism. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICSS Spring 2023 Social Science Core ICSS 315 Filming American History
FINC Finance Finance An overview of the financial management function in modern business, emphasizing the time value of money and financial analysis. The financial and economic environment and capital markets and securities are covered. MA|OL|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 501 Finance
FINC Finance Financial Management Topics covered in FINC 601 span a broad spectrum of financial markets and of corporate financial practices to emphasize the development of a comprehensive framework for the theory and practice of financial decision-making. This course uses data and information technology resources to bridge the gap between abstract theories and managerial practices. MA|OL|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 601 Financial Management
FINC Finance Financial Policy and Value Creation The course focuses on financial policy, corporate governance and value creation. Course content focuses on the use of financial analytic tools to manage the firm. MA Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 610 Financial Policy and Value Creation
ACCT Accounting Financial Statement Analysis A critical review of corporate financial reports and associated footnotes from the perspectives of different potential users including: creditors, management and investors. Use of financial statements in the assessment of business performance. Exposure to methods for the adaptation of financial statements for decision-making. Topics include: statements of income, balance sheet, cash flow from operation and free cash flow; financial ratio analysis, cash budgets, pro forma statements, forecasting growth potential and financial requirements; quality of earnings, inventory valuation and depreciation methods. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 315 Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT Accounting Financial Statement Analysis An in-depth analysis of financial reporting from a user's perspective, using financial statement information and related disclosures to evaluate the underlying economics of a firm. Emphasis is placed on the assessment of a firm's past and current performance, the concept of quality of earnings, and approaches to valuation. Other topics include: basic accounting principles, key elements of financial reporting regulations as set out in the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and the relationship if the financial statement information to various legal documents and business transactions. Readings and case studies applied to provide a contemporary prospective. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 713 Financial Statement Analysis
MENG Mechanical Engineering Finite Element Analysis OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 634 Finite Element Analysis
MATH Mathematics Finite Mathematics Review of elementary algebra and selected topics in statistics and probability. Sets, real numbers, graphing, linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, relations and functions, solving systems of linear equations, descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, graphical displays of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, introduction to probability. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 125 Finite Mathematics
FYSE Freshmen First-Year Seminar First-Year Seminar In this first-year seminar, students will explore a specific topic, theme or approach with a New York Tech full-time faculty member. The content of the course will vary based on the expertise of the instructor. For individual course descriptions, visit the FYSE 101 webpage. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FYSE Spring 2023 Freshmen First-Year Seminar FYSE 101 First-Year Seminar
MENG Mechanical Engineering Fluid Dynamics OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 604 Fluid Dynamics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Fundamental fluid statics: manometry, forces on submerged surfaces, Archimedes' principle. Details of one-dimensional incompressible flow; conservation laws and application to flowing systems, cavitation, impulse-momentum problems, vanes. Pipe flows: laminar analyses, turbulent flows with emphasis on calculation of fluid properties. One-dimensional compressible flow; conservation laws, specialization to isentropic situations, nature of speed of sound. Applications including effects of area change, converging and diverging nozzles, choking phenomena, normal shock waves. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 340 Fluid Mechanics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Fundamental fluid statics: manometry, forces on submerged surfaces, Archimedes’ principle. Details of one-dimensional incompressible flow: conservation laws and application to flowing systems, cavitation, impulse momentum problems, vanes. Pipe flows: laminar analyses, turbulent flows with emphasis on calculation of fluid properties. One dimensional compressible flow: conservation laws, specialization to isentropic situations, nature of speed of sound. Applications including effects of area change, converging-diverging nozzles, choking phenomena, normal shock waves. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 506 Fluid Mechanics
ARTD Art (Design) Form and Space Form and Space is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals and technical principles of working three dimensionally. Students will experiment with a number of traditional and digital methods to create, present, and reflect on form in space. Students will explore a variety of materials that may include paper, cardboard, plastilina, and 3D modeling/printing. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTD Spring 2023 Art (Design) ARTD 102 Form and Space
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Foundations for Success in College of Engineering & Computing Sciences Co-op This course is for the students who wish to participate in the CoECS Co-op program. Students need to pass the course before proceeding to join the CoECS Co-op program. This course helps students to develop the skills and acquire the tools to gain a Co-op position and to develop strategies for success in the workplace throughout the Co-op program. OW Show Classes UGRD 12 $16,200.00 ETCS Spring 2023 Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 300 Foundations for Success in College of Engineering & Computing Sciences Co-op
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Foundations II: Diversity, Learning, and Technology Candidates apply an understanding of diversity of student populations in P-12 schools. Particular emphasis is placed on research based evidence for effective uses of assistive and instructional technology for improving student performance in national and state standards based general education curriculum. Candidates develop instructional materials to meet the needs and aspirations of all learners across the spectrum of culture, gender, language, and ability levels. Case studies are developed to demonstrate technology integration for differentiation for all learners. Field experiences are required and integrated into the course. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDPC Spring 2023 Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 610 Foundations II: Diversity, Learning, and Technology
FCIQ Foundations of Inquiry Foundations of Inquiry This course introduces you to the fundamentals of critical thinking. Topics include an overview of the research methods in various academic disciplines, reasoning, constructing an argument, and evaluating information. This course serves as a foundation for your continued development of critical thinking skills in other core classes, your major program coursework, and your personal and professional life. MA|OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCIQ Spring 2023 Foundations of Inquiry FCIQ 101 Foundations of Inquiry
EXSC Exercise Science Foundations of Physical Activity The aim of this course is to support the adoption of a physically active lifestyle conducive to health. The focus is on developing an understanding of the dynamic relationship between personal health and physical activity. Selected health issues are investigated in conjunction with active student participation in corresponding lifetime physical activities. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 110 Foundations of Physical Activity
FCSC Foundations of Science Process Foundations of Scientific Process This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the big ideas of different scientific disciplines, and is grounded in the scientific process. The course focuses on interdisciplinary aspects, the scientific process, and it is writing intensive, interactive and relevant. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCSC Spring 2023 Foundations of Science Process FCSC 101 Foundations of Scientific Process
FCSP Foundations of Speech Foundations of Speech Communication Study of the fundamentals of verbal communication including public speaking, interpersonal communication, and small group interaction. Training in methods of obtaining and organizing materials and ideas for effective verbal communication. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCSP Spring 2023 Foundations of Speech FCSP 105 Foundations of Speech Communication
MIST Management Information Systems Fundamental Tools Data Science This is a prerequisite course for students in the Master's program in Data Science wo do not have a computer science background. This course covers various fundamental skills necessary for data science. Topics covered in this course include the Python programming language, relational databases and the SQL language, computer science basics, and command line interfaces. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 725 Fundamental Tools Data Science
MATH Mathematics Fundamentals of Calculus Applications of calculus to business and social science. Intuitive use of limits and continuity. Derivatives, extrema, concavity, and applications such as marginal analysis, business models, optimization of tax revenue, and minimization of storage cost. The exponential and logarithmic functions. Antiderivatives and the definite integral. Areas and consumer's surplus. Some concepts of probability extended to discrete and continuous sample spaces. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 151 Fundamentals of Calculus
EENG Electrical Engineering Fundamentals of Digital Logic The course introduces students to the modeling and design of fundamental digital circuits. Topics cover introduction to binary numbering, Boolean algebra, combinatorial and sequential logic circuits and memory elements (e.g. ROM, RAM and non-volatile computer memory). VHDL will be used in modeling, simulation and synthesis of digital circuits. Knowledge of Algebra. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 125 Fundamentals of Digital Logic
EENG Electrical Engineering Fundamentals of Digital Logic The course introduces students to the modeling and design of fundamental digital circuits. Topics cover introduction to binary numbering, Boolean algebra, combinatorial and sequential logic circuits and memory elements (e.g. ROM, RAM and non-volatile computer memory). VHDL will be used in modeling, simulation and synthesis of digital circuits. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. Knowledge of Algebra. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 505 Fundamentals of Digital Logic
MATH Mathematics Fundamentals of Precalculus I MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 135 Fundamentals of Precalculus I
MATH Mathematics Fundamentals of Precalculus II MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 136 Fundamentals of Precalculus II
RADI Radio Fundamentals of Radio Production This course provides students with orientation in the basic techniques of radio production. Major attention is paid to the development of competence in basic studio equipment and terminology. Essentials of studio production in basic program forms are covered. An additional hour for preparation of production material is required. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 RADI Spring 2023 Radio RADI 101 Fundamentals of Radio Production
DSGN Interior Design Furniture Design, Detail & Material Integration MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 304 Furniture Design, Detail & Material Integration
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Game Design II In this course, students will develop either individually or as members of a team to conceptually create functional game projects within an existing engine. The development will consist of but be limited to introductory asset development. Industry standard tools will be used for rapid prototyping for various platforms within the game genres. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 371 Game Design II
BIOL Biology General Biology I The similarity in living things is demonstrated by a molecular and cellular approach to biology. After introductory biochemistry, the cell as the basic unit of life is studied structurally and metabolically. Life functions are examined from a cellular and from a vertebrate-organismic viewpoint. The central theme is the flow of energy between the biosphere and the ecosphere. The scientific method and hypothesis-testing are stressed as a means of investigation and forming conclusions. Collaborative laboratory assignments will include microscopic studies of the cell, its functions, and the dissection of a fetal pig. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 110 General Biology I
BIOL Biology General Biology II The variety of living things is demonstrated by a study of representative plants and animals, emphasizing the viewpoints of taxonomy, phylogeny, morphology, and physiology. The continuity of life is demonstrated through studies in reproduction, genetics, and organic evolution. Scientific inquiry and critical thinking strategies are emphasized. Collaborative laboratory assignments include the dissection and study of fixed and living specimens representing the whole range of life. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 150 General Biology II
CHEM Chemistry General Chemistry I An introduction to theoretical and inorganic chemistry. Studies include: types of matter, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonding, states of matter, solutions, chemical reactions, gas laws, and chemical calculations. Laboratory work illustrates common laboratory techniques as well as chemical principles. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 110 General Chemistry I
CHEM Chemistry General Chemistry II A continuation of CHEM 110. Topics to be covered include thermochemistry, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria, acids and bases, ionic equilibria, oxidation-reduction reactions, and electrochemistry. Laboratory work illustrates the principles discussed in the lecture. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 150 General Chemistry II
PHYS Physics General Physics for Pre-Med II A continuation of PHYS 175. Includes waves, sound, light, optics, electricity, current, magnetism, instrumentation, atoms and nuclei. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 185 General Physics for Pre-Med II
PHYS Physics General Physics I A basic course covering vectors, Newton's laws of motion, particle kinematics and dynamics, work, energy, momentum, and rotational motion. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 170 General Physics I
PHYS Physics General Physics II A continuation of PHYS 170. Topics include fluids, wave motion, electric fields and electric potential, DC circuits, magnetic fields, capacitance and inductance, AC circuits, and electromagnetic waves. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 180 General Physics II
BIOL Biology Genetic Engineering An introduction into the realm of molecular bioengineering with specific focus on genetic engineering. This course introduces the structure and function of DNA, the flow of genetic information in a cell, genetic mechanisms, the methodology involved in recombinant DNA technology and its application in society in terms of cloning and genetic modification of plants and animals (transgenics), biotechnology (pharmaceutics), bioprocessing (production and process engineering with a specific focus on the production of genetically engineered products), and gene therapy. Further, societal issues involving ethical and moral considerations, consequences of regulation, as well as risks and benefits of genetic engineering will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 341 Genetic Engineering
BIOL Biology Genetics A study of the fundamental theories, methods, and application of genetics. Mendelian genetics, the foundation for the discipline, will be discussed as well as recent advances, including recombinant DNA research and cloning. Operational or modern genetics will be compared to traditional theories. Other topics will include: the operon, microbial genetics, the triplet code, complementation analysis, extra chromosomal inheritance, and population genetics. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 233 Genetics
ADVG Advertising Global Advertising & Public Relations OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 215 Global Advertising & Public Relations
ARCH Architecture Global History of Architecture I A survey of the global history of architecture from the Late Stone Age until the end of the Sixteenth Century. Students learn varied social and spatial patterns that characterize cultural growth, architectural histories, and urbanistic developments. The course examines major religions and belief systems and their physical and spatial embodiments. Constructed monuments and settlements in diverse parts of the world are discussed concerning cultural, technological, economic, environmental, and social conditions. These are understood at local and regional scale, including a variety of indigenous and vernacular settings, and within an integrated global perspective. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 161 Global History of Architecture I
ARCH Architecture Global History of Architecture II MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 662 Global History of Architecture II
ICLT Literature Core Global Literature and Human Rights This course will explore the theme of global human rights and literary expression. We will read literary texts addressing the issues raised by Sander Gilman in the above quotation. They will help us consider the role of art and literature in the struggle for human rights, including the writer's struggle to represent often unspeakable crimes against humanity and create a cultural memory that recognizes the forgotten or marginalized voices from the past. What does it mean to bear witness through literature? What is the reader's role in the process? The role of advancing technologies in documenting and archiving human rights crises will also be examined. Interdisciplinary perspectives, including historical/legal documents; psychological theories on torture, traumatic memory, and witnessing; and sociological research on collective/cultural dimensions of human rights issues, will be addressed. The class will explore human rights issues across cultures and continents, making every effort to respect specific cultural values and practices while also thinking about the universal implications of human rights. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 320 Global Literature and Human Rights
PHLT Public Health Global Public Health This course is one of the core components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. It is also appropriate as an elective for students of medicine or other related fields. This course provides as introductory survey of global health, with the primary aim to engage and inspire students about the opportunities and challenges of global health. Using the lens of health equity, it provides an overview of many current issues in global public health and frameworks to address them. Interested students can follow this course with more specific in-depth courses in areas such as research methods, global health policy, program planning, human rights and others. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 633 Global Public Health
BUSI Business Subjects Global Strategy II MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 750 Global Strategy II
ARTB Art (Research) Graduate Academic Internship This course aligns practice and theory of academic study and gives students the opportunity to gain relevant experience and develop professional networks. Students may apply skills learned in the classroom in real world settings while developing new ones. This is a repeatable class. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTB Spring 2023 Art (Research) ARTB 702 Graduate Academic Internship
COMM Communications Guided Project OL Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 452 Guided Project
COMM Communications Guided Project OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 453 Guided Project
COMM Communications Guided Project OL Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 451 Guided Project
ARCH Architecture Health and Design Studio 2 Health Prototypes This is the second Advanced Architecture Design Studio, ARCH 702C, in the Master of Science in Architecture, Health and Design program. This studio focuses on prototyping innovative configurations and material assemblages of spaces for health and wellness. This studio will be briefed by medical and design partners within other Schools and Colleges in NYIT, other academic partners in the New York City region, and industry collaborators with specific expertise to plug into the studio. Benefiting from introductory Lab workshops on alternative approaches to materiality, multidisciplinary design, computational and electronic augmentation, students will acquire further skills for a series of experimental design products in this semester. Knowledge gained in core seminars will be folded into the methodologies and products worked on in this semester. Informed by a complex set of briefing agencies, to prototype spaces, design work in this studio will be generated in relation to dynamic environmental qualities at various scales. This Second design studio is concerned with how spaces aligned to the constraints of disability, and confronting ableist biases for standard, normative body types, and the capacity for mobility and access. The outcomes of this studio will be a series of smaller scale design outcomes, as ergonomic and kinesiologic formations, leading to spatial networks, and ultimately, configured as a new institutional diagram. MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 702C Health and Design Studio 2 Health Prototypes
HSCI Health Science Health and Social Policy This course addresses present and prospective national health care policy. A focus will be placed on various current health care issues, including high and rising costs, differences in access to medical service, and trade-offs between cost and quality. The course will include study and discussion of Medicare, Medicaid, medical malpractice, profit versus not-only-for-profit producers of care, and alternative delivery systems. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 435 Health and Social Policy
HSCI Health Science Health Care Payment Systems Through extensive lecture and discussion, this course will emphasize the complex nature of health care payment systems and differing options for payment currently in place. Discussions of health care settings and their implications for payment options will be introduced, as well as revenue implications for management decisions. This course will also introduce the impact of governmental regulations on the delivery of health care as it relates to payment. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 430 Health Care Payment Systems
HSCI Health Science Health Information Management This course will cover the myriad of information delivery systems and technologies currently available to manage the increasing volume of health information. In addition to discussion of management systems, students will be introduced to issues of confidentiality, HIPPA regulations, and policies and procedures for information acquisition and integration. Information and technology required for building community health programs as well as management of smaller health care settings will be introduced and discussed. This includes the ethics, benefits and problems associated with electronic patient databases. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 425 Health Information Management
PHLT Public Health Health Policy & Management This course provides an introduction to the study of health policy and management, including the principles, structures, and functions of health systems; the roles of public and private parties; risk management and ethics; health economics evaluations; health information systems; program planning and evaluation; and communication and leadership strategies. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 628 Health Policy & Management
PSYC Psychology Health Psychology OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 338 Health Psychology
MENG Mechanical Engineering Heat Transfer Basic concepts: Steady-state conduction; unsteady-state heat conduction; mathematical, graphical empirical and numerical methods of analysis. Principles of convection, numerical methods of analysis. Principles of convection, dimensionless numbers. Forced convection. Natural convection. Radiation heat transfer. Heat exchangers. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 349 Heat Transfer
MENG Mechanical Engineering Heat Transfer Basic concepts of heat transfer. Steady state conduction; unsteady state conduction, mathematical, graphical method of analysis. Principles of convection, dimensionless numbers, forced convection, natural convection. Radiation heat transfer. Heat exchangers. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 507 Heat Transfer
MENG Mechanical Engineering Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Analysis and design procedures of HVAC systems, accompanied by a design project which includes space heating and air conditioning. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 446 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
ENGY Energy Management High-Performance Building Envelopes This course presents the essential factors in building envelope systems' performance, including heat, moisture, and air. Students will learn about building science and how these factors can affect the energy performance and durability of buildings. Advanced building envelope systems will be introduced, and students will also learn how to use computer tools to design and evaluate high-performance building envelope components such as walls and windows. State-of-the-art energy retrofit systems such as dynamic facade and high-performance systems in zero net energy buildings will also be discussed in this course. Each student will complete a project which emphasizes design and analysis of high performance building envelope components and presentation skills. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 718 High-Performance Building Envelopes
BIOL Biology Histology A structural study of human cells, tissues, and organs with reference to their physiology and pathology. Special consideration is given to physiochemical principles in the identification of cellular components, as well as to principles of histological techniques. Laboratory exercises include the systematic study and preparation of normal and pathological tissues, emphasizing the practice of routine and special staining techniques. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 245 Histology
DSGN Interior Design History of Interiors II A continuation of History of Interiors I, from 1815 to approximately 1925. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 363 History of Interiors II
ARCH Architecture Honor Student Teaching I Selected senior students participate in the teaching of freshmen, primarily in design fundamentals courses. They assist and counsel those requiring special attention. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 491 Honor Student Teaching I
HRMT Human Resource Management Human Capital & Risk Management This graduate level course will enable students to identify and assess the impact of external and internal factors affecting the level of behavioral risk in business organizations that operate in diverse global markets. Students will be asked to synthetize and utilize various theoretical paradigms to design an original research project, formulate new hypotheses, utilize available technology to empirically test such hypotheses, and then extrapolate the project’s findings to provide specific recommendations of process or policy improvements that could reduce the negative impact of behavioral risk on firm performance, external markets, and society as a whole. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 HRMT Spring 2023 Human Resource Management HRMT 610 Human Capital & Risk Management
ARTI Digital Art and Design Human Computer Interaction Design This course will explore the interdisciplinary concept of human-computer interaction (HCI) design and new emerging technologies. The HCI design course is strategically designed to teach core concepts and techniques of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), voice and gesture-based interaction, mobile, animations, haptic, and wearables. Students will investigate interaction design process and techniques through a hands-on prototype development and learn how to develop richer interactive user experiences. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 602 Human Computer Interaction Design
PSYC Psychology Human Development The study of human growth and development. This course is designed to give the student an understanding of children and adolescents and how they change while passing through understanding the period of human growth on which the major phases of growth. Emphasis is placed on physical, emotional, and personality development with an aim toward understanding the period of human growth on which adulthood is founded. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 221 Human Development
EDCO Education Counseling Human Development Candidates will study human growth and development from birth through death. The course focuses on the physical, cognitive, social, personality, and emotional development as a series of progressive changes resulting from the interactions of biological, psychological and sociological forces within the environment. Special emphasis is placed upon the development characteristics of school aged youth within a multicultural and diverse society. The course also and takes an in depth look at theory, research and applications in the areas of learner development. Included in this course will be five hours of practicum experience and direct involvement with practicing counselors in a school site or community based organization. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 601 Human Development
MHCO Mental Health Counseling Human Development Candidates will study human growth and development from birth through death. The course focuses on the physical, cognitive, social, personality, and emotional development as a series of progressive changes resulting from the interactions of biological, psychological and sociological forces within the environment. Special emphasis is placed upon the development characteristics of school aged youth within a multicultural and diverse society. The course also and takes an in depth look at theory, research and applications in the areas of learner development. Included in this course will be five hours of practicum experience and direct involvement with practicing counselors in a school site or community based organization. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MHCO Spring 2023 Mental Health Counseling MHCO 601 Human Development
BIOL Biology Human Gross Anatomy A structural study of the human body. Topics include cells and tissue, skeleton, articulation, muscles, body systems, special organs, and surface anatomy. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 210 Human Gross Anatomy
BIOL Biology Human Physiology An introductory course in the functions and mechanisms of the human body. Laboratory exercises include the detection and measurement of these functions using modern methods. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 310 Human Physiology
BIOL Biology Humanity and the Biological Universe This course acquaints students with basic biological, health and environmental issues of the modern world. To achieve intended awareness, students will study basic anatomy, physiology, genetics and microbiology. Special attention will be given to contemporary problems such as AIDS, genetic engineering, cancer, heart disease and pollution. The student will use basic mathematical, computer and quantitative reasoning skills to present cohesive written summations of learning. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 101 Humanity and the Biological Universe
ARTG Art (Graphics) Illustration Techniques pertinent to editorial design. Advanced illustration techniques using pencil, gouache, tempera, watercolor, and magic marker. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 303 Illustration
ARTG Art (Graphics) Illustration Digital image making, manipulation, and file management are covered as fundamental concepts of digital illustration. Students learn the core technologies for image creation and input, image manipulation, and enhancement. Starting with traditional drawing exercises and progressing to drawing with both bitmap and vector drawing programs, students will learn techniques and applications basic to computer illustration. Assignments will provide inspiration for the artist to develop his or her own signature style. Critiques and class discussions will help establish a vital link with the traditional arts environment while developing digital techniques. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 701 Illustration
CSGR Computer Science Independent Research This course is devoted to independent research for PhD student. Work is carried out under supervision of a graduate school faculty member and must be approved by the chairperson of ECE department. MA Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,470.00 CSGR Spring 2023 Computer Science CSGR 860 Independent Research
ENGR Engineering PhD Independent Research This course is devoted to independent research for PhD student. Work is carried out under supervision of a graduate school faculty member and must be approved by the chairperson of ECE/ME department. OW Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,470.00 ENGR Spring 2023 Engineering PhD ENGR 860 Independent Research
BIOL Biology Independent Research I OL Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 491 Independent Research I
CHEM Chemistry Independent Research III An advanced biomedical project under the supervision of a faculty member. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 493 Independent Research III
BIOL Biology Independent Research III MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 493 Independent Research III
ARTJ Art (Special Projects) Independent Study The Independent Study course allows students to explore a topic of their choice and interest that is aligned to their field of study. The projects are conducted under the approval, supervision and evaluation of the faculty. This is a repeatable course. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTJ Spring 2023 Art (Special Projects) ARTJ 301 Independent Study
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Independent Study MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 861 Independent Study
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Independent Study I Independent study in nutrition. Course will be designed by the student under faculty supervision. May include clinical experience and research, as well as research in clinical or applied topics. OW Show Classes GRAD 1 $735.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 787 Independent Study I
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Independent Study II Independent study in nutrition. Course will be designed by the student under faculty supervision. May include clinical experience and research, as well as research in clinical or applied topics. OW Show Classes GRAD 1 $735.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 788 Independent Study II
IENG Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering Design I A senior design course encompassing various phases of systems design including problem definition and analysis, synthesis, specification and implementation. The project, under the specification and implementation. The project, under the supervision of an advisor, may be conducted in an off-campus enterprise environment. Students will work in teams and be expected to present their work orally and in a written report. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 475 Industrial Engineering Design I
IENG Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering Design II A senior design course encompassing where students continue projects from IENG 475 or work individually under the same format on a design project. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 476 Industrial Engineering Design II
ARTI Digital Art and Design Information Architecture & Content Strategy This course covers high-level conceptual thinking and real-world practical applications of information architecture and content management. Students are exposed to user and human-centered design principles and pipeline, identify personas, contexts, interaction behavior, interfaces and content inventory. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 607 Information Architecture & Content Strategy
CSCI Computer Science Information Retrieval MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 626 Information Retrieval
CSCI Computer Science Information Retrieval This course provides students with an introduction to the basics and techniques of information retrieval. Topics cover search engines, retrieval strategies such as vector space, extended Boolean, probabilistic models and evaluation methods including relevance-based measures, query processing, indexing and searching. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 426 Information Retrieval
CSCI Computer Science Information System Security Engineering and Administration In this course students will study the issues involved in structuring a computer-based information system to meet enterprise requirements and public policy regulations. Topics include the building blocks of an information system, emphasizing the security and administration aspects of each, as well as life-cycle considerations, and risk management. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 362 Information System Security Engineering and Administration
CSCI Computer Science Information System Security Engineering and Administration MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 662 Information System Security Engineering and Administration
MIST Management Information Systems Information Systems This course provides an introduction to information technology and application software. It also introduces students to how information is used in organizations and how information technology enables improvement in decision making at all managerial levels. MA|OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 315 Information Systems
CHEM Chemistry Instrumental Analysis This course represents a study of the operational principles and application of the instrumental methods for quantitative identification of compounds and determination of their chemical structure. Students will learn about principles involved in operation and data analysis for an array of modern laboratory instruments corresponding to electrochemical, spectrophotometric, and chromatographic methods. The key aspect of the class is for students to become knowledgeable of the scope of applicability as well as advantages and disadvantages of each method. The emphasis of this course is on learning the operational features and developing the insight that is necessary to choose the right tool to provide a quantitative solution to a given chemical problem. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 350 Instrumental Analysis
FINC Finance Insurance and Risk Management This course discusses the role of insurance in risk mitigation for enterprises. The course provides an overview of the role of insurance markets in the economy and the law of liability and insurance. Property and casualty insurance and employment related insurance are discussed in detail as examples of the use of insurance for risk mitigation. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 635 Insurance and Risk Management
COMM Communications Integrated Marketing Communications OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 460 Integrated Marketing Communications
ICBS Behavioral Science Core Intergroup Relations: Understanding Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination This seminar course will provide an overview of theoretical perspectives, research methods, empirical findings, and practical applications of psychological research on prejudice, stigma, and intergroup relations. Students will better understand psychological principles underlying prejudiced attitudes and discriminatory behaviors, gain a more objective view of their personal beliefs and behaviors, and further develop their ability to critically think about the nature of evidence and arguments from a scientific perspective. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICBS Spring 2023 Behavioral Science Core ICBS 302 Intergroup Relations: Understanding Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination
DSGN Interior Design Interior Design Internship MA Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 290 Interior Design Internship
DSGN Interior Design Interior Environments I MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 102 Interior Environments I
DSGN Interior Design Interior Environments III MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 204 Interior Environments III
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Intermediate 3D Modeling and Animation MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 360 Intermediate 3D Modeling and Animation
ACCT Accounting Intermediate Accounting II This course is an in-depth analysis of accounting principles and theory related to the liabilities and stockholders' equity side of a corporation's balance sheet. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 217 Intermediate Accounting II
MGMT Management International Business Techniques for analyzing and understanding the world of international business. Students will examine the challenges posed by the multinational firm and the dynamic nature of international business. Team projects will complement lectures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 435 International Business
MGMT Management International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior This course is an inter-disciplinary examination of the international dimensions of organizational behavior. Course content includes topics such as cross-cultural management, cross-cultural communication, and global spects of leadership, motivation, team management, and decision-making. MA Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 620 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior
MRKT Marketing Internet Marketing The digitization of media is transformational as it concerns best practice approaches to marketing. This course examines the Internet as a tool for communication as well as its contribution to changes in distribution, pricing, and products for a business enterprise. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 745 Internet Marketing
ITEC Information Technology Internet Programming I This course provides students with an understanding of various Internet programming languages including HTML, Javascript, and Java server side languages, including Java Server Pages and Java Servlets. Furthermore, fundamental website design issues will be discussed including page navigation, user interface, and web page layout. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 305 Internet Programming I
ARCH Architecture Internship MA Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 883 Internship
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Internship for the Technical Professions OL Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,470.00 ETCS Spring 2023 Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 670 Internship for the Technical Professions
IDSP Interdisciplinary Studies Internship in Interdisciplinary Studies An advanced elective course which permits the student to gain supervised professional experience. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IDSP Spring 2023 Interdisciplinary Studies IDSP 450 Internship in Interdisciplinary Studies
MRKTE Marketing Experiential Internship in Marketing An advanced elective course which permits the student to apply theoretical knowledge in a real-world setting and gain supervised on-the-job experience. Term paper is required. Approval of the chairperson required. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MRKTE Spring 2023 Marketing Experiential MRKTE 390 Internship in Marketing
ENGY Energy Management Internship Program Students enrolled in this course will be given the opportunity to work in a field assigned in the area of their specialization and will be asked to meet professional standards set down by the organization to which they are assigned. Conferences will be held with the student during this period and the organization using the service will be asked to cooperate by reporting on the progress of the student. A written evaluation of performance is provided by the sponsoring agency or professional. 150 working hours are required to complete the internship. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 830 Internship Program
EDCO Education Counseling Internship: Academic/Career/Personal Social Development - Part II This course is the second half of a two part cumulative experience, which extends for a full school year. Included in the course will be application of knowledge, skills and attitudes gained from previous courses (e.g. research, ethics/law). This internship experience is designed to provide the school counseling candidate with direct experience in the school setting working with students and faculty. Candidates will conduct individual, group and classroom activities to provide career development experiences based upon the National Standards for School Counseling Programs. Candidates will use school data to identify student needs, select/develop measurable competencies that support identified needs and implement strategies. Under the direction of the school counselor supervisor, the candidate will consult with students and faculty on academic, career, and personal social issues. This course requires 300 hours of structured field experience and participation in a weekly seminar. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 740 Internship: Academic/Career/Personal Social Development - Part II
ANTH Anthropology Introduction to Anthropology An introduction to the study of ancient man and primitive cultures. Major topics include: the origin and evolution of man; the evolution of different cultural forms in terms of craft and technology, magic, religion, and government. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ANTH Spring 2023 Anthropology ANTH 101 Introduction to Anthropology
BIOE Bioengineering Introduction to Bioengineering This course is designed to orient the Bioengineering students to the program and department. Lectures are given by faculty experts in an area of biomedical engineering. The goal is to give beginning students an appreciation for the breadth of the field and to guide them in making curriculum, major and career choices. Important resources including the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMB) society, Biomedical Engineering society (BMES), and career-building will be presented. Students are encouraged to actively participate in discussions. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 201 Introduction to Bioengineering
BIOE Bioengineering Introduction to Biomaterials This course provides an introduction to materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, coatings, and adhesives that are used in the human body. It emphasizes the physiochemical properties of materials that are considered important to meet the criteria specified for the implant and device applications (e.g. strength, modulus, fatigue and corrosion resistance, conductivity), and to be compatible with the biological environment (e.g. nontoxic, noncarcinogenic, etc.). MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 315 Introduction to Biomaterials
BIOL Biology Introduction to Biotechnology An introduction into the realm of modern biotechnology and its application. This courses introduces the historical development of biotechnology and its contemporary applications, including, microbial fermentation/bioprocessing, bioreactors, production of fermentation products (protein therapeutics, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, others) molecular diagnostics, bioremediation and environmental biotechnology, aquatic biotechnology, biowarfar and bioterrorism and nanobiotechnology. Further, societal issues involving ethical and moral implications, perceptions and fears, intellectual property, safety, risks and regulatory issues, as well as economics of biotechnology will be discussed. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 238 Introduction to Biotechnology
NTSI Nutritional Science Introduction to Clinical Nutrition Practice This course is intended to introduce students to nutrition practice. Topics include Introduction to Nutrients, Digestion. Absorption and Metabolism of Nutrients, Life Cycle Nutrition, Introduction to Diet Therapy and Nutrition Support Practices. Students develop knowledge and skill in clinical and dietary assessment methodologies and develop facility with medical terminology and practices. Students construct dietary intervention protocols using whole foods to meet the dietary prescription and discuss implementation of these protocols in diverse cultural groups. Attention will be placed on development of dietary practices to prevent and/or ameliorate disease. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 NTSI Spring 2023 Nutritional Science NTSI 201 Introduction to Clinical Nutrition Practice
MENG Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Computer Aided Design General overview of how CAD operates in a modern mechanical engineering design environment. Introduction to major commercial CAD software (CATIA, Pro/E, Solidworks, NX, etc.) in relation to the production of two and three dimensional images of design concepts for machinery components. Introduction to finite element techniques for structural analysis. Includes hands-on experience in the use of CAD software packages for designing and analyzing mechanical components. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 321 Introduction to Computer Aided Design
PSYC Psychology Introduction to Counseling Theories and practical techniques of counseling, including advisement, guidance, and supportive psychotherapy, by both directive and non-directive methods. Counseling is considered both as a career in itself and as a component of one's job in such fields as teaching, business and personnel management, health occupations, social work, and the law. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 425 Introduction to Counseling
CSCI Computer Science Introduction to Data Mining This course introduces the concepts, techniques and applications of data mining. Topics include data preprocessing, clustering, data warehouse and online analytical processing (OLAP) technology, cluster and social network analysis, data classification and prediction, multimedia and web mining. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 415 Introduction to Data Mining
CSCI Computer Science Introduction to Data Mining MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 657 Introduction to Data Mining
EENG Electrical Engineering Introduction to Electronics Circuits Characterization of semiconductor diodes, Zener diodes, transistors and field effect transistors (FET).Effect of temperature variation. Amplifier bias analysis and large signal analysis. Power amplifiers. Small signal models and small signal amplifier analysis. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 504 Introduction to Electronics Circuits
MENG Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Finite Element Analysis OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 430 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
MRKT Marketing Introduction to Marketing Study of the process by which consumers' needs and wants are analyzed and satisfied within the context of a modern marketing system. Investigation of current developments in the external environment affecting the marketing process. The role of marketing institutions in facilitating the flow of goods and services from producers to consumers is analyzed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 102 Introduction to Marketing
MRKT Marketing Introduction to Marketing Study of the process by which consumers' needs and wants are analyzed and satisfied within the context of a modern marketing system. Investigation of current developments in the external environment affecting the marketing process. The role of marketing institutions in facilitating the flow of goods and services from producers to consumers is analyzed. MA|OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 501 Introduction to Marketing
MENG Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Material Science To introduce the basic principles underlying the behavior of materials. This course provides the scientific foundation for understanding of the relations among material properties, microstructure, and behavior of metals, polymers, and ceramics. Students will develop a vocabulary for the description of the empirical facts and theoretical ideas about the various levels of structure, from atoms, through defects in crystals, to larger scale morphology of practical engineering materials. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 504 Introduction to Material Science
MENG Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Materials Science Introductory course to the science of materials. Review of atomic theory and atomic bonding. Structure of crystals and nature of crystal imperfections and atom movements. Discussion of phase diagrams, multiphase materials and equilibrium relationships. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 310 Introduction to Materials Science
PHYS Physics Introduction to Modern Physics This course is designed to familiarize students with the following topics: thermodynamics, optics, relativity, atomic and nuclear physics, fundamental quantum theory of photons, and semiconductors. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 225 Introduction to Modern Physics
BIOL Biology Introduction to Osteopathic Principles and Practices These 16 one-hour sessions will be used to present history, philosophy and neurophysiological integration with biomechanical principles of osteopathic methodology. Restricted to B.S./D.O. students or permission of chairperson. OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 155 Introduction to Osteopathic Principles and Practices
PSYC Psychology Introduction to Psychology An introduction to selected concepts, methods, and vocabulary of psychology. Focus of study will be on the individual and the conditions that influence behavior. Topics that will be covered include: growth and development, learning and thinking, emotions and motivations, personality and assessment, mal-adjustment and mental health, groups and social interaction, and social influence and society. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
CHEM Chemistry Introduction to Research Design MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 395 Introduction to Research Design
BIOL Biology Introduction to Research Literature MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 395 Introduction to Research Literature
SOCI Sociology Introduction to Sociology An analysis of the social and cultural forces that govern human behavior. The principal topics include: social interaction and organization, socialization processes, primary groups and the family (associations, bureaucracy, and other social institutions), collective behavior, population, and ecology. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 SOCI Spring 2023 Sociology SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology
CSCI Computer Science Introduction to Software Engineering Formal approach to techniques of software design, development, testing and management. Design techniques considered include formal models of structured programming, stepwise refinement, segmentation, top-down design, data abstraction, information hiding and object-oriented development. A modern programming language will be used. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 380 Introduction to Software Engineering
PHYS Physics Introductory Physics II For Bachelor of Technology majors. A continuation of PHYS 130, Introductory Physics. Topics covered include electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 150 Introductory Physics II
PSYC Psychology Introductory Research Methods for BES This course stresses the classical approach to experimental research on human behavior. Students conduct and report on experiments in the fields of psychophysics, psychomotor learning, memory, and perception. These laboratory experiments permit the student to apply knowledge gained in former courses about measurements, statistical inference, and the design of experiments. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 370 Introductory Research Methods for BES
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security Intrusion Detection and Hacker Exploits Methods used in computer and network hacking are studied with the intention of learning how to better to protect systems from such intrusions. Methods used by hackers include reconnaissance techniques, system scanning, and gaining system access by network and application level attacks, and denial of service attacks. The course will extensively study Internet related protocols, methods of traffic analysis, tools and techniques for implementing traffic filtering and monitoring, and intrusion detection techniques. Students will study common hacking and evasion techniques for compromising intrusion detection systems. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 745 Intrusion Detection and Hacker Exploits
ICLT Literature Core Irish Literature This course introduces students to a broad range of Irish Literature in English from the formation of the Anglo-Irish literary tradition through Irish modernism. Writers will include Jonathan Swift, Maria Edgeworth, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, John Millington Synge, and others. We will also look at recent film versions of several writers' works. Students will discuss important political allegiances. Themes to be explored include representations of "national character" and the relationships between religion and national identity, Ireland and England, and "Irishness" and "Englishness." Throughout the course owe will explore the Irish Experience and the sometimes competing and conflicting versions if Ireland presented in its literature. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 323 Irish Literature
MGMT Management Knowledge Management This survey of knowledge management examines the prevailing trends in knowledge management. Areas covered include knowledgeware technologies, the learning organization, knowledge management and leadership and organizational design, introduction to systems approach and systems thinking, knowledge management payoffs, the four underlying pillars of knowledge management. The course is delivered through a combination of case studies, lectures and demonstrations. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 311 Knowledge Management
MGMT Management Knowledge Mgmt An exploration of knowledge management techniques and principles in contemporary organizations. Focus is paid to the four pillars of knowledge management with an emphasis on multinational organizations and the environments in which they operate. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 740 Knowledge Mgmt
HOSP Hospitality Leadership & Employee Relations This course is designed to facilitate a comprehensive examination of the skills required for developing and leading a multi-cultural hospitality organization. Effective leadership methodologies are reviewed in relation to organizational needs. Students develop a leadership philosophy specific to an organization and create a talent-management training plan to deliver on that philosophy. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HOSP Spring 2023 Hospitality HOSP 420 Leadership & Employee Relations
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Leadership and Management OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MSME Spring 2023 Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 752 Leadership and Management
LLAW Law Legal Environment of Business This course examines the legal and ethical environment of domestic and international business including contracts, agency and intellectual property and analyzes the regulatory environment including employment law, consumer law and antitrust. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 LLAW Spring 2023 Law LLAW 110 Legal Environment of Business
NTSI Nutritional Science Lifestyle and Weight Managment This course includes epidemiologic trends in weight management, physiological and environmental influences on weight and the effect of weight on chronic disease. Various approaches to weight management are explored with an emphasis on lifestyle modification for improving health across the lifespan. Fad diets, supplements, drug regimens and surgical intervention are reviewed. The prevention, early detection, and treatment of eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder are investigated. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 NTSI Spring 2023 Nutritional Science NTSI 360 Lifestyle and Weight Managment
MATH Mathematics Linear Algebra Matrices and systems of linear equations, vector spaces, change of base matrices, linear transformations, determinants, eigen-values and eigen-vectors, canonical forms. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 310 Linear Algebra
EENG Electrical Engineering Linear Systems This course will cover fundamental concepts in linear system theory such as matrix algebra, linear vector space, linear operator. Linearity, causality, and time invariance will be discussed. Input output and state space models will be presented. The concepts of controllability, observability, and stability of linear systems will be studied. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 665 Linear Systems
ARCH Architecture M. ARCH Studio 2 MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 602 M. ARCH Studio 2
ARCH Architecture M. ARCH Studio 5 This studio is a semester-long comprehensive design of a building of moderate complexity with at least one space requiring long-span structural components. Its scope includes adjacent outdoor space and development and integration of structure, building enclosure, systems, materiality and sustainability to an increasingly plausible level of detail and specificity. MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 705 M. ARCH Studio 5
ARCH Architecture M. ARCH Studio 7 This studio is organized around the fulfillment of clearly articulated integrated design goals at a scale and scope of work determined by research conducted in previous semesters, specifically in ARCH 801. Projects may range in scale from that of urban design and related spatial and infrastructure systems, to that of sustainable and integrated building design, down to product design, material systems, and responsive environments considering innovative architectural details and components. This studio serves as the capstone studio for the M.ARCH degree. MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 802 M. ARCH Studio 7
MENG Mechanical Engineering Machine Design General concepts of machine design, such as stress and strength, stress concentration fatigue, theories of failure, deflection in machine parts. Applications of the design deflection in machine parts. Applications of the design process, including design of shafts, fasteners, couplings, gears, bearings, springs, screws, and other machine elements. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 370 Machine Design
MBAC Business Maintain Matriculation Matriculated students who do not register for coursework in a regular semester (excluding summer) are expected to maintain matriculation by registering for this course. MA Show Classes GRAD 0 $100.00 MBAC Spring 2023 Business MBAC 890 Maintain Matriculation
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Maintain Matriculation Matriculated students who do not register for coursework in a regular semester (excluding summer) are expected to maintain matriculation by registering for this course. OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $100.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 699 Maintain Matriculation
CSCI Computer Science Maintain Matriculation Matriculated students who do not register for coursework in a regular semester (excluding summer) are expected to maintain matriculation by registering for this course. OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $100.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 600 Maintain Matriculation
ENGY Energy Management Maintain Matriculation Matriculated students who do not register for course work in a regular semester (excluding summer) are expected to maintain matriculation by registering for this course. Students working exclusively on an ENGY 890 project must maintain matriculation by registering for ENGY 600. OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $100.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 600 Maintain Matriculation
HRMT Human Resource Management Maintain Matriculation Matriculated students who do not register for coursework in a regular semester (excluding summer) are required to maintain matriculation by registering for this course. MA Show Classes GRAD 0 $100.00 HRMT Spring 2023 Human Resource Management HRMT 897 Maintain Matriculation
ICLT Literature Core Make a New World! Modern Drama as Political Protest and Social Prophecy In this seminar, students will study modern plays which shaped the social and political landscape of their times, whether through shocking protest or ironic commentary. Each work will be examined as catalyst or prophecy of change within its contemporary social and political context. It will be studied as well within the context of other artistic media, including film, painting, and sculpture, as a means to identify and analyze different themes and techniques of protest and commentary. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 314 Make a New World! Modern Drama as Political Protest and Social Prophecy
DATA Data Literacy Making Sense of a Data-Oriented Society This course introduces students to the power of data as applied to real-life problems in today’s data-driven world. Students will learn basic statistical concepts, how to identify reliable data, and to think critically about how to extract meaning from data. The course will discuss various biases, including social biases, how they affect data gathering and analysis, and how to address these biases. The course will also address ethical and moral issues associated with statistics, data collection and visualization, and data analysis. Students will learn how to present a narrative supported by data. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DATA Spring 2023 Data Literacy DATA 101 Making Sense of a Data-Oriented Society
MIST Management Information Systems Management Information Systems This course provides an introduction to information technology and application software. It also introduces students to how information is used in organizations and how information technology enables improvement in decision making at all managerial levels. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 501 Management Information Systems
MGMT Management Management of Healthcare Organizations This course covers the most significant administrative practices and ideas that revolve around health programs in private and public institutions. It aims to understand how the management process in the healthcare system works and to develop knowledge about the roles of health care professionals. In this course, students will learn about contemporary thinking application for management skills and functions, specifically, "how things get done" in the health care organizations (HCO). This course appreciate that this sector has a unique setting, and hence, it focuses on (1) the importance of developing management and organizational skills that can support successful completion of work and processes in HCO(2) improving students' interpersonal and problem solving skills, and (3) broadening their understanding of leadership, organizational design, and behavior within HCO. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 350 Management of Healthcare Organizations
QANT Quantitative Analysis Management Science Quantitative techniques for managerial decision-making are covered. These techniques include linear and integer programming, nonlinear programming, decision analysis, queuing theory and simulation. Problems are modeled and then solved using computer software. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 405 Management Science
ACCT Accounting Managerial Accounting Special emphasis is placed on the collection and interpretation of data for managerial decision-making purposes. A study is made of cost concepts used in planning and control, cost- profit-volume analysis, and budgeting. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 110 Managerial Accounting
ACCT Accounting Managerial Accounting Waived for undergraduate accounting majors who have completed a baccalaureate degree within five years of acceptance into the MBA program with an average of 3.0 or better. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 601 Managerial Accounting
ECON Economics Managerial Economics for Decision Making Application of economic theory and quantitative methods to business decision making. Topics: consumer choice, product demand, marginal pricing, neoclassical and linear production theory, market structure, and choice under imperfect information. Use of empirical techniques and model building for business analysis and forecasting using standard econometric software package is also addressed. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 601 Managerial Economics for Decision Making
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Mannequin Based Simulated Education This course will examine the principles and practices of teaching with part-task trainers, mannequins and hybrid simulators. It will review the history of the use of simulations (learning strategies) and simulators (devices) to train and evaluate performance, from the invention of Resusie Annie (the first modern patient simulator) to the present. It will demonstrate present simulator usage through video recordings, showing how part-task trainers (e. g. intubation heads, central line trainers, etc.) mannequins and hybrid simulators are used to teach and assess skills in health care educational programs. Students will become familiar with all current manufacturers if simulators, their products and their capabilities. Students will then design a mannequin-based training module from curriculum design to implementation. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MSME Spring 2023 Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 655 Mannequin Based Simulated Education
DSGN Interior Design Marketing and Branding for Design Disciplines MA Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 383 Marketing and Branding for Design Disciplines
MRKT Marketing Marketing Research Research activity in the field of marketing, methods of data collection and analysis thereof, quantitative techniques in marketing, the role of the computer in marketing research, control and evaluation of the marketing function. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 302 Marketing Research
MRKT Marketing Marketing Research for Managerial Decisions The course examines the issues arising in the process of collecting and generating data, and the data transformation into information for decision making in the area of marketing. Emphases are on the validity and reliability of the techniques associated with exploratory, descriptive and causal research designs; methodologies in measurement and scaling, sampling and fieldwork. Basic parametric and nonparametric techniques, with some exposure to multivariate data analysis, are explored. Students gain experience in analyzing and presenting "real-life" marketing research data analysis using SPSS package. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 750 Marketing Research for Managerial Decisions
ARTP Art (Painting) Master Project In this course, all Master's candidates must develop and execute their Masters Project. NYIT's academic and research facilities function as the studio for the student allowing for the creation and actualization of innovative projects Faculty guide the student through the production process and aid in planning, development and creation of the Masters Project. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTP Spring 2023 Art (Painting) ARTP 802 Master Project
EENG Electrical Engineering Master's Thesis I This is the first of a two-course sequence spanning two semesters of research. The master's thesis provides an opportunity for the students to undertake an in-depth investigation of a specific topic within Computer Science. This course requires the students to explore an original and appropriately phrased research question, and carry out and document a comprehensive literature review, research and experimentation in the chosen problem area with a good deal of individual responsibility. The course culminates in a preliminary draft of the thesis document to be presented to the thesis faculty advisor. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 890 Master's Thesis I
EENG Electrical Engineering Master's Thesis II This is the second of a two-course sequence for master's thesis. Students will continue the research and experimentation started in the first course in the sequence. The course culminates in an oral defense of the thesis project in front of a thesis committee consisting of the student's thesis faculty advisor and other members. By the end of the semester, students will complete a publication-quality master's thesis to be archived in the NYIT library. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 891 Master's Thesis II
ARCH Architecture Material Tectonics II This course is a continuation of Material Tectonics I, and develops research and design skills in the uses of materials and material practices in the design, construction and performance of architectural projects. Students develop and experiment with the composition and performance of systems based on the module designed in Material Tectonics I. This course culminates in the crafting and fabrication of scaled building component elements, their combinations and assemblies. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 724 Material Tectonics II
EDSC Education Science Mathematics, Science, and Technology in Education II Candidates integrate mathematics, science, and technology with inquiry based teaching and learning aligned with national and state standards. Candidates explore issues, resources, technologies and methods to create integrated MST experiences and plan effective lessons for diverse student population. Candidate will investigate appropriate assessment strategies and the application of various technologies and web resources. Field experiences are required and integrated into the course. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDSC Spring 2023 Education Science EDSC 626 Mathematics, Science, and Technology in Education II
PSYC Psychology Measurement Concepts The construction, validation, and interpretation of test results. Group and individual tests of aptitude, intelligence, and personality are analyzed. Each student will develop and administer a measure for a specific diagnostic or research purpose. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 251 Measurement Concepts
MENG Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Thesis OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 661 Mechanical Engineering Thesis
COMM Communications Media and the Law In this seminar, students become acquainted with local and federal controls on media. Topics discussed include: first amendment; libel and slander; invasion of privacy; obscenity laws; copyright regulations; contracts and releases; broadcasting and cable regulations. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 650 Media and the Law
COMM Communications Media Law and Ethics OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 330 Media Law and Ethics
ADVG Advertising Media Planning and Buying This combination case study-project course translates target marketing into media plans for specific advertising projects. It deals with the nature of the respective media (television, radio, newspapers, magazines), trade practices in each area and case studies in successful use of each medium. Media strategies are treated at a complex level, integrating prior coursework and current information on media services. Required of advertising majors. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 160 Media Planning and Buying
ADVG Advertising Media Production Workshop Advertising majors are introduced to fundamental techniques of media production including: still visuals, moving visuals and sound. This is a workshop experience in which students gain basic audio-visual skills. Required of advertising majors. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 220 Media Production Workshop
ARCH Architecture Medical & Mobility Prototypes In this course, ARCH 756, students are introduced to the latest advancements in material research and development in applications for medical products, spaces and devices. Today’s maker culture, reliant on collaborative design, is creating alternative medical devices by democratized prototyping, working closely with patients, with their best interest in mind. Appropriating knowledge from various sources, and transferring it to another application, the bottomup, on-site making of medical products is a tendency which is at the intersection of design, health and technology. Material research in the area of medical products, spaces and devices, are making advances in design arenas, which enlist, fabrics and textiles, embedding smart systems into textiles and other hard surface materials, actuated by illumination and other effects. Processes of design and end devices can be made more accessible through collaboration between diverse actors and agents. Communities of practice can come together to collaborate on the design of spaces, with the aim to personalize medicine, and to empower the patient. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 756 Medical & Mobility Prototypes
BIOE Bioengineering Medical Devices OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 650 Medical Devices
EENG Electrical Engineering Medical Devices: An Embedded Systems App The fundamentals of embedded systems design and implementation are introduced. The fundamentals include: specifications of microcontrollers, common hardware/software, performance analysis and optimization, CAD tools, hardware-description languages, FPGA design flows, and Low-power computing. This course will provide students with an overview of the latest advancements in research, design, development, and new applications of a wide variety of medical devices. A brief background on excitable cells, and neuromuscular system will be provided; hence, no biological background is needed. Examples of important medical devices, including pacemakers, cochlear implants, insulin pumps, and deep brain stimulators will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 419 Medical Devices: An Embedded Systems App
EENG Electrical Engineering Medical Devices: An Embedded Systems Approach MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 650 Medical Devices: An Embedded Systems Approach
BIOL Biology Medical Microbiology The purpose of the course is to acquaint students entering the health professions with basic understanding in Microbiology, especially dealing with agents of infectious disease. In addition, chemical methods of controlling microbial growth, immunity, parasitology, nosocomial infections, microbial metabolism and chemotherapeutic agents will be discussed. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 215 Medical Microbiology
HSCI Health Science Medical Terminology This course is designed to meet the needs of students in health-related programs and to provide them with a working knowledge of medical vocabulary. The course includes disease names and their meanings, medical word structure, basic medical/surgica1 terms and procedures, anatomical designations for body parts and organs, and commonly used medical abbreviations. OL Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 210 Medical Terminology
CHEM Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry Research Project Lab This course includes the design of step-by-step chemical schemes for the synthesis of new small molecules with potential biological activity by using medicinal chemistry methodologies. Students will explore various reaction condictions, purification techniques, and characterization methods. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 484 Medicinal Chemistry Research Project Lab
MENG Mechanical Engineering Methods of Vibration Analysis OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 633 Methods of Vibration Analysis
BIOL Biology Microbiology A first course in microbiology which treats the anatomy, physiology, and relationships of bacteria, fungi, viruses, Rickettsiae, and protozoa. Included are discussions of the role of microorganisms in the food industry, in the environment, and in health. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 235 Microbiology
CTEC Computer Technology Microcontroller Based Systems This course takes the approach of distinguishing between general purpose microprocessors and embedded systems’ microcontrollers. Fundamental hardware concepts of processors including the hardware architecture, packaging and pinout, and the memory and input/output system are covered. In addition, firmware and software topics are addressed that include assembly language and high-level language programming, programming constructs for effective embedded systems. This course also introduces the advanced peripherals and subsystems such as serial interfaces, timers, power management subsystems and interrupt controllers. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 350 Microcontroller Based Systems
EENG Electrical Engineering Microprocessors and Embedded Systems MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 371 Microprocessors and Embedded Systems
EENG Electrical Engineering Microwave Circuits The method of equivalent networks for electromagnetic structures is introduced and then employed to analyze the propagation of waves in metallic and dielectric guiding structures. Circuit models for waveguide discontinuities are developed. Impedance and scattering matrix descriptions of equivalent circuits are discussed. Metallic waveguides and cavities for microwaves, optical fibers, and planar dielectric waveguides for integrated optics are treated in detail. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 765 Microwave Circuits
CTEC Computer Technology Mobile Application Design and Development MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 315 Mobile Application Design and Development
DSGN Interior Design Modeling, Rendering and Communication II MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 243 Modeling, Rendering and Communication II
MENG Mechanical Engineering Modern Manufacturing This course introduces the modem manufacturing processes and systems. Topics include manufacturing processes, rapid prototyping, computer-integrated manufacturing, digital manufacturing, and emerging manufacturing technologies such as additive manufacturing and micro/nano fabrication. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 420 Modern Manufacturing
FINC Finance Modern Portfolio Theory A detailed examination of portfolio management and capital market theory including a review of material on efficient markets, the basic Markowitz portfolio model and the capital asset pricing model. The above concepts in terms of international diversification and the evaluation of portfolio performance are covered. Traditional equity and bond valuation techniques will also be investigated. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FINC Spring 2023 Finance FINC 405 Modern Portfolio Theory
BIOL Biology Molecular & Cell Biology of Drug Mechanisms Research Project Lab Using modern cell biological, biochemical, and molecular genetic approaches, students will conduct a research project to investigate drug targets and mechanisms. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 482 Molecular & Cell Biology of Drug Mechanisms Research Project Lab
BIOL Biology Molecular Biology MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 336 Molecular Biology
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Molecular Biology of the Nutrients II Continuation of CLNU 610. The second semester will cover the function of the micronutri­ents in energy production, DNA and protein synthesis, blood formation, structure of bone and connective tissue, antioxidant protection, gene expression, cell activation, and electrolyte function. Literature review is required. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,205.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 680 Molecular Biology of the Nutrients II
EXSC Exercise Science Motion Analysis The aim of this course is to examine the process, techniques and tools available to: 1) examine an individual's movement, 2) determine optimal performance of the movement for that individual and, 3) develop and implement a plan that will ensure success along the path from initial to optimal performance. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 200 Motion Analysis
MENG Mechanical Engineering MS Mechanical Engineering Research A major design project will be conducted under the supervision of a faculty adviser. The project is open-ended and integrates student's knowledge and skills in the analysis and synthesis of a research project. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 660 MS Mechanical Engineering Research
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security MS Thesis I This is the first of a two-course sequence spanning two semesters of research. The master's thesis provides an opportunity for the students to undertake an in-depth investigation of a specific topic within Computer Science. This course requires the students to explore an original and appropriately phrased research question, and carry out and document a comprehensive literature review, research and experimentation in the chosen problem area with a good deal of individual responsibility. The course culminates in a preliminary draft of the thesis document to be presented to the thesis faculty advisor. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 890 MS Thesis I
CSCI Computer Science MS Thesis I This is the first of a two-course sequence spanning two semesters of research. The master's thesis provides an opportunity for students to undertake an in-depth investigation of a specific topic within Computer Science. This course requires the students to explore an original and appropriately phrased research question, and carry out and document a comprehensive literature review, research and experimentation in the chosen problem area with a good deal of individual responsibility. The course culminates in a preliminary draft of the theses document to be presented to the thesis faculty advisor. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 889 MS Thesis I
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security MS Thesis II This is the second of a two-course sequence for master's thesis. Students will continue the research and experimentation started in the first course in the sequence. The course culminates in an oral defense of the thesis project in front of a thesis committee consisting of the student's thesis faculty advisor and other members. By the end of the semester, students will complete a publication-quality master's thesis to be archived in the NYIT library. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 891 MS Thesis II
CSCI Computer Science MS Thesis II This is the second of a two-course sequence for master's thesis. Students will continue the research and experimentation started in the first course in the sequence. The course culminates in an oral defense of the thesis project in front of a thesis committee consisting of the student's thesis faculty advisor and other members. By the end of the semester, students will complete a publication-quality master's thesis to be archived in the NYIT library. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 891 MS Thesis II
MGMT Management Multinational Business Management Aimed at development of a framework and methodology for identification and management of the key factors leading to competitive advantage in the global business arena. Contemporary trends shaping the external environment of multinational business enterprises are discussed. Major emphasis is placed on strategic and operational planning in key functional areas. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 735 Multinational Business Management
QANT Quantitative Analysis Multiple Criteria Decision Models An introduction to decision sciences and the application of multi-criteria quantitative and behavioral modeling to those problems often requiring complex decisions of policy makers. Course content focuses on applications in the business environment and the use of technology as a decision support tool. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 620 Multiple Criteria Decision Models
BIOL Biology Neuroscience The student will acquire a basic understanding of the anatomy of the nervous system and its functioning. Histology of nervous tissue, major divisions of the central and peripheral nervous systems and embryological development are introduced. The topographic and intimal anatomy of the central nervous system, including the spinal cord, brainstem, midbrain, diencephalon and forebrain, are then discussed. Functional aspects are emphasized and examples of common clinical problems are given. A systems approach is also used to introduce the special senses, including vision, audition, olfaction, and the general systems of sensation and motor functioning. The hypothalamus, the autonomic nervous system and the limbic areas are also presented. Neuroscience and clinical subjects are also emphasized, as well as higher cognitive functioning, reflex activity and circadian rhythms. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 315 Neuroscience
MRKT Marketing New Product Development & Marketing Techniques and practices applied to conceptualizing, developing, launching and managing new products. An in-depth evaluation of the product life-cycle will analyze its various stages and how careful planning and management will extend it. The product management concept and its effectiveness as a management tool will also be studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 422 New Product Development & Marketing
ACCT Accounting Not-For Profit Accounting A study of accounting principles, procedures and reporting requirements as they apply to governmental units and to private non-profit organizations. Areas covered will include governmental units, hospitals, universities, and other public sector entities. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ACCT Spring 2023 Accounting ACCT 732 Not-For Profit Accounting
BIOL Biology Nutrition and Diet Therapy The purpose of this course is to provide theoretical knowledge that will be useful in clinical practice concerning the roles of food in maintaining health and in treatment of disease. Topics include the physiology of digestion, absorption and metabolism; the nutrient contents of foods, the nutritional requirements of people in health and in illness, and through the life cycle. Specific nutritional requirements of individual diseases will also be covered, as well as the various responsibilities of various health professionals, such as dietitians, nurses and physicians in comprehensive care of the patient. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 260 Nutrition and Diet Therapy
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Nutrition Support and Critical Pathways Students will understand the dynamics of nutrition support delivery within the multidisciplinary environments of acute and chronic care systems and examine the processes through which nutrition care is restructured and refined within the outcomes management and other model systems. Students will learn techniques of data collection and interpretation, as well as develop methods for continuous assessment of service and consumer satisfaction. Lectures and discussions will be supplemented with a variety of invited speakers from health care settings. OL Show Classes GRAD 2 $1,470.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 640 Nutrition Support and Critical Pathways
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Nutritional Pathophysiology II The influence of specific organ system disease on nutritional status, as well as the potential etiologic effect of altered nutrient availability and/or metabolism in the pathogenesis of disease is explored. Includes discussion on diseases of the major organ systems as well as on the brain and central nervous system. Literature review required. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,205.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 720 Nutritional Pathophysiology II
DSGN Interior Design Open Elective - Interior Design Similar to DSGN492 in all respects except credit yield since more after-class hours will be required of the student. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 493 Open Elective - Interior Design
CSCI Computer Science Operating System Security In this course students are introduced to advanced concepts in operating systems with emphasis on security. Students will study contemporary operating systems including UNIX and Windows. Topics include the application of policies for security administration, directory services, file system security, audit and logging, cryptographic enabled applications, cryptographic programming interfaces, and operating system integrity verification techniques. Equivalent to ITEC 445. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 620 Operating System Security
ITEC Information Technology Operating System Security In this course students are introduced to advanced concepts in operating systems with emphasis on security. Students will study contemporary operating systems including UNIX and Windows. Topics include the application of policies for security administration, directory services, file system security, audit and logging, cryptographic enabled applications, cryptographic programming interfaces, and operating system integrity verification techniques. Equivalent to CSCI 620. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 445 Operating System Security
CSCI Computer Science Operating System Security In this course students are introduced to advanced concepts in operating systems with emphasis on security. Students will study contemporary operating systems including UNIX and Windows. Topics include the application of policies for security administration, directory services, file system security, audit and logging, cryptographic enabled applications, cryptographic programming interfaces, and operating system integrity verification techniques. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 445 Operating System Security
CSCI Computer Science Operating Systems The design and implementation of an operating system is studied, including process states and synchronization, memory management strategies, processor scheduling, multiprocessing, parallel processing, hardware organization, disk scheduling and file management. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 330 Operating Systems
CSCI Computer Science Operating Systems The design and implementation of an operating system is studied, including process states and synchronization, memory management strategies, processor scheduling, multiprocessing, parallel processing, hardware organization, disk scheduling and file management. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 509 Operating Systems
QANT Quantitative Analysis Operations & Supply Chain Management This course discusses a wide range of issues from how organizations successfully create and manage its operations and supply chain to how they control operations and supply chain. Using state of the art technologies, this course discusses key drivers and approaches organizations adopt to improve productivity and achieve competitive position. It also addresses major issues in operations and supply chain including inventory management, logistics management, facility location, total quality, material requirement planning (MRP), project management, and scheduling, The innovations and capabilities of these areas that are related to revenues and financial performance of the organizations are discussed . MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 630 Operations & Supply Chain Management
QANT Quantitative Analysis Operations Management Applications This course will focus on the discussion of opportunities for improving the productivity of a service or manufacturing organization. Topics to be covered will include Total Quality management, Project management, Material Requirements Planning, Scheduling, Inventory management, Operation Strategies, and the use of technology in managing operations (elements of ERP). A term project utilizing these techniques to analyze, evaluate and recommend a comprehensive solution will be based upon data collected from an actual organization or data obtained from an extensive case study. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 760 Operations Management Applications
CHEM Chemistry Organic Chemistry I This course includes the study of the stereochemistry and electronic structure of aliphatic and aromatic compounds, and the properties of their functional groups. Laboratory work consists of the determination of physical constants and the preparation of various organic compounds. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM Chemistry Organic Chemistry II A continuation of Organic Chemistry I. Studies include: the advanced theoretical treatment of reaction mechanisms, spectroscopic properties of organic compounds, and configurations of some important biological systems. Laboratory work consists of more advanced organic syntheses and qualitative organic analysis. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 250 Organic Chemistry II
MGMT Management Organizational Behavior An introduction to the fundamental concepts of human behavior within organizations. Topics covered include: motivation, group dynamics, informal organization, formal organizational design, leadership, performance measurement, organizational changes, conflict management and organizational development. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 370 Organizational Behavior
MGMT Management Organizational Development and Behavioral Factors The classical substance of organization and management is linked with the analysis of organizational elements and dimensions of human behavior in the work environment. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 605 Organizational Development and Behavioral Factors
HRMT Human Resource Management Organizational Psychology This course will help students understand how leadership and managerial decisions shape individual and group behaviors. Theories of personality, motivation, communication, and teamwork are covered. Students will develop practical approaches to effectively manage diversity and inclusion, build employee engagement, and improve the quality of decision-making and collaboration. Special attention is given to culture and the role of leadership in organizations. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 HRMT Spring 2023 Human Resource Management HRMT 714 Organizational Psychology
MATH Mathematics Partial Differential Equations Generalities on linear partial differential equations and their applications to physics. Solution of initial boundary value problems for the heat equation in one dimension, eigen-function expansions. Definition and use of Fourier series and Fourier transform. Inhomogeneous problems. The wave equation in one dimension. Problems in two dimensions: vibrating rectangular membranes, Dirichlet and Neumann problems. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 450 Partial Differential Equations
BIOL Biology Pathophysiology OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 312 Pathophysiology
BIOL Biology Phage Discovery and Characterization Research Project Lab Students will isolate and/or characterize novel bacteriophages using a combination of traditional microbiology and molecular biology skills with modern genome sequencing and bioinformatic approaches. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 481 Phage Discovery and Characterization Research Project Lab
CHEM Chemistry Physical Chemistry II A continuation of Physical Chemistry I. Topics include: electrochemistry, chemical bonding, spectroscopy, photochemistry, physical biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Laboratory work consists of electrode phenomena, spectrophotometric measurements, chemical catalysis, and radiochemistry. OL Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 450 Physical Chemistry II
PHYS Physics Physics for Life Sciences II A continuation of PHYS 140. Topics are selected from the fields of thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, optics, atomic and nuclear physics. Applications for the field of life sciences will be emphasized. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 160 Physics for Life Sciences II
PHYS Physics Physics II Laboratory Laboratory course in physics supplementing the physics for life sciences course, PHYS 160. OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 161 Physics II Laboratory
PHYS Physics Physics of Sports The course provides an opportunity for students to elevate their understanding of the science of sports through an interdisciplinary approach. All aspects of the physical science of sports will be discussed. Students will have an opportunity to research the physical sciences for a wide range of sports from track and field to baseball, basketball, tennis, and soccer. These components of the course enable students to apply the sciences to a particular sport in depth. Better understanding of the physics principles of sports will ultimately improve students' skills in these games. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 191 Physics of Sports
ARTG Art (Graphics) Portfolio This course will help the student enhance and assemble a variety of work samples acquired throughout the degree program. A resume will also be prepared. Additional objectives will include learning advertising agency procedures, preparing for the interview, working with placement agencies, and where to look for employment in the graphic design field. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 451 Portfolio
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Portfolio MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 410 Portfolio
ENGY Energy Management Power Plant Systems Mechanical and electrical systems for conventional fuel power plants are analyzed. Operating strategies are developed for generation and distribution systems; reliability; power pools; reserve capability; generation of steam; generation planning; dispatching algorithms; turbines; and environmental controls. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 710 Power Plant Systems
ARCH Architecture Practice Models & Strategies MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 880 Practice Models & Strategies
MHCO Mental Health Counseling Practicum The field practicum experience provides candidates with direct experience in an agency or similar setting consistent with the candidate's area of specialization. Candidates will work with clients under supervision in both individual and group settings and demonstrate knowledge and application of counseling theories and techniques. This one semester course requires 100 hours of supervised counseling practice, weekly consultations with the field clinical supervisor and participation in a weekly seminar. This course is aligned with the standards and practices of the Council for Accreditation in Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP). OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MHCO Spring 2023 Mental Health Counseling MHCO 870 Practicum
BUSIE Business Experiential Practicum Experiential learning course focusing on group dynamics. Under the supervision of a faculty advisor, students will work on a company-specific project in the capacity of a small-group consulting team, collecting and analyzing data and information, considering alternative feasible solutions, and delivering team recommendations. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSIE Spring 2023 Business Experiential BUSIE 702 Practicum
ENGY Energy Management Practicum or Other Research Selection of an area of investigation by the student, subject to faculty approval, and completion in the form of an academic or practicum based research study or a comprehensive examination (oral or written). Students are allowed a total of one calendar year in which to complete ENGY 890, beginning at the first day of the semester in which they register for ENGY 890. Students must maintain matriculation until they have completed ENGY 890. If the student does not complete ENGY 890 within one calendar year, or if their progress is judged to be unsatisfactory, the student will be required to reregister for ENGY 890 at full tuition. MA|OL|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 890 Practicum or Other Research
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Practicum with Presentation & Defense of Thesis Working with faculty members, the student will execute a research project in Standardized Patient and/or Patient Simulation education and will be a culmination of Thesis Advisement I and II. The student will also defend the validity of the project to the Thesis Committee. Muck of the work for the thesis will be conducted independently by each student and will occur outside the context of structured class meetings. However, the course will meet regularly to provide collective guidance through the various steps in the research process, to cover specific material that is relevant to all student projects, and to allow for discussion and feedback from student peers. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MSME Spring 2023 Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 760 Practicum with Presentation & Defense of Thesis
MATH Mathematics Precalculus A study of relations and functions; inequalities; complex numbers; quadratic equations; linear systems of equations; higher degree equations; trigonometric functions; identities; functions of composite angles; graphs of the trigonometric functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; and binomial theorem. Note: A graphing calculator is used throughout the course. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MATH Spring 2023 Mathematics MATH 141 Precalculus
ECON Economics Principles of Economics I A study of basic economic concepts emphasizing analysis of the aggregate economy. The fundamental concepts of national income and its determination, economic fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth are covered. MA|OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 202 Principles of Economics I
ECON Economics Principles of Economics I A study of basic economic concepts emphasizing analysis of the aggregate economy. The fundamental concepts of national income and its determination, economic fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth are covered. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 501 Principles of Economics I
ECON Economics Principles of Economics II An examination of the processes of price determination, output, and resource allocation in perfect and in imperfect competition. Also covers labor economics, international trade and finance, and alternative economic systems. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 204 Principles of Economics II
ECON Economics Principles of Economics II An examination of the processes of price determination, output, and resource allocation in perfect and imperfect competition. Also covers labor economics, international trade and finance, and alternative economic systems. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 510 Principles of Economics II
MGMT Management Principles of Management A study of organizations and of the activities of a manager in an organization. The course follows a functional approach, analyzing such management concepts as organizing decentralization, use of staff, human relations, conflict, decision-making, planning , supervision, communication, and financial and production control systems such as budgeting and PERT. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 102 Principles of Management
MGMT Management Principles of Management A study of organizations and of the activities of a manager in an organization. The course follows a functional approach, analyzing such management concepts as organizing decentralization, use of staff, human relations, conflict, decision making, planning, supervision, communication, and financial and production control systems such as budgeting and PERT. MA|OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 501 Principles of Management
CSCI Computer Science Probability and Statistics for Computer This course covers basic concepts in probability theory and illustrates its applications to computer science. The course covers probability spaces, random variables, distributions and density functions, expectations, sampling, limit theorems, statistical inference and hypothesis testing, as well as additional topics such as large deviations, client-server system and Markov chains, as they apply to computing. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 270 Probability and Statistics for Computer
EENG Electrical Engineering Probability and Stochastic Processes Elements of probability theory. Random variables, distributions, densities, moments, characteristic functions, functions of random variables and limit theorems. Correlation, spectral density, ergodicity and applications in linear systems. Normal, Poisson and Wiener processes, mean square estimation and Markov processes. Application to electrical engineering noise analysis. Equivalent to CSCI 635. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 635 Probability and Stochastic Processes
QANT Quantitative Analysis Production and Operations Management Addresses activities required in the process of production of products and delivery of services. Background of concepts, processes and institutions in the production of goods and services will be covered. Computer applications are an integral part of this course. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 300 Production and Operations Management
QANT Quantitative Analysis Production and Operations Management Addresses concepts and critical activities required in the manufacturing of goods and the delivery of services. Quantitative applications and the use of relevant computer software are an integral part of this course. MA|OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $2,205.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 510 Production and Operations Management
ARTG Art (Graphics) Production Issues for Print Through theory and practicum, we will study the various ways that print is produced. We will visit production houses, print studios, and print designers to research and explore all of the difficult ways that print is developed, managed, and executed. We will consider these issues in small, medium and large scales and with a focus on client communication and workflow. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 603 Production Issues for Print
HSCI Health Science Professional & Cultural Issues in Health This course is designed to introduce the student to the various employment opportunities and career preparation required in the healthcare professions. The ethical, legal, cultural and professional considerations involved in health occupations will be explored. Local healthcare professionals will be invited to share their career choices in order to assist the student in making informed decisions regarding their future career choices. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 195 Professional & Cultural Issues in Health
ARTB Art (Research) Professional Critiques Graduate students attend lectures of visiting artists/designers/animators, then arrange to meet individually with the visiting professionals for critiques of their thesis projects in progress. Results of these critiques are discussed in depth with thesis advisors. MA Show Classes GRAD 2 $2,940.00 ARTB Spring 2023 Art (Research) ARTB 751 Professional Critiques
BUSI Business Subjects Professional Development Seminar This preparatory course addresses select professional skills that are requisite to success for the MBA student, and include seminars and workshops in public speaking, business writing, teamwork, critical thinking and business research. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 610 Professional Development Seminar
BUSI Business Subjects Professional Enrichment Capstone This course attends to student professionalism and workforce readiness through Professional Enrichment, Experiential Education, and Student Advancement activities during the student's tenure in the School of Management. Senior standing. OW Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 495 Professional Enrichment Capstone
ARCH Architecture Professional Practice I Introduction to the problems involved in the practice of architecture and building. A study of the personal, ethical, and legal interrelations of the architect, engineer, owner, builder, and artisan. An analysis of the organization and administration of an architectural practice, and the various legal forms under which it can be organized. Study of building laws, codes, and zoning and their application. Supervised externships in offices. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 481 Professional Practice I
CSCI Computer Science Programming Language Concepts Formal definition of programming languages including specification of syntax and semantics. A comparative analysis of various high-level programming languages with emphasis on the appropriateness of languages for certain applications. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 318 Programming Language Concepts
CSCI Computer Science Programming Languages The general principles of modern programming language design: Imperative (as exemplified by Pascal, C and Ada), functional (Lisp), and logical (Prolog) languages. Data management, abstract data types, packages, and object-oriented languages (Ada, C + +). Control structures. Syntax and formal semantics. While some implementation techniques are mentioned, the primary thrust of the course is concerned with the abstract semantics of programming languages. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 621 Programming Languages
CTEC Computer Technology Programming Techniques I The course covers structured programming in a high level language such as C++ or Java. Topics include simple data types, expressions, statements, control statements and looping expressions, statements, control statements and looping techniques. Elements of object oriented programming will be introduced by use of predefined objects. Debugging with an IDE introduced. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 204 Programming Techniques I
CTEC Computer Technology Programming Techniques II MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CTEC Spring 2023 Computer Technology CTEC 208 Programming Techniques II
MGMT Management Project & Program Management This course focuses on a holistic approach to project and program management. The content deals with planning, scheduling, organizing, and controlling projects-for example, product development, construction, information systems, new businesses, and special events. The course includes major topics of Strategy, Priorities, Organization, Project Tools, and Leadership. Primary class emphasis is on the project management process and tools. Project management is becoming more important in today's world. Mastery of key tools and concepts could give you a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 480 Project & Program Management
IENG Industrial Engineering Project Engineering In this course, we discuss development and management of engineering and technology projects. Project proposal preparation, resources and cost estimating, project planning, organizing, and controlling, network diagrams and the techniques are covered. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 251 Project Engineering
CSCI Computer Science Project I Independent research project. Prior approval by a project advisor needed. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 870 Project I
ARCH Architecture Project Integration Studio Students working in teams generate and develop the design of a small-scale building. In the process the students incorporate the guidelines as described in the phases of service of the Professional A.I.A. Agreement. The design of a harmonious relationship between the site and building is stressed. Emphasis is placed on creativity in the process of integrating all building systems (spatial, structural, mechanical and electrical) in the design. MA Show Classes UGRD 5 $6,750.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 423 Project Integration Studio
AENG Aero Engineering Propulsion Review of fluid mechanics principles including shock wave. Details of air-breathing propulsion including analysis of diffusers and nozzles, compressors and turbines, and combustion processes. Matching of components is treated in depth. Over-all vehicle analysis treating turbojet, turbofans, turboprops, ram-jets. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 AENG Spring 2023 Aero Engineering AENG 463 Propulsion
PHLT Public Health Public Health Informatics This course in public health informatics is intended for graduate-level students of medicine or public health and provides foundational theoretical and practical knowledge and skills. The course is one of the core components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. It is also appropriate as an elective for students of medicine or other related fields. This course provides students a formal framework in which to discuss contemporary topics in health informatics. Topics include: interoperability and health information exchange, usability, regulation, workflow, health reform secondary use, technology-enhanced computation, and mHealth. Assumes that students have at least a basic understanding of health informatics through prior coursework or professional experience. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 650 Public Health Informatics
PHLT Public Health Public Health Leadership This course is one of the fundamental components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. Leadership is one of the essential courses with cross-cutting themes for interdisciplinary public health professionals. The leadership course will teach current and aspiring public health leaders to apply leadership principles in a public health context. It will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to lead teams, projects, organizations and systems in eliminating inequities, improving conditions and fostering change in local and global communities. Skills in public health leadership are needed at every level in clinical, community based and workplace settings, and hiring new talent with fresh perspectives is a priority for nongovernmental and governmental clinical and public health organizations. The course will draw on a variety of cases from a range of public health leadership situations in diverse settings and will incorporate many of the other disciplines taught in the MPH program. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 632 Public Health Leadership
PHLT Public Health Public Health Nutrition This introductory course in public health nutrition is intended for graduate-level students of medicine or public health and provides foundational theoretical and practical knowledge and skills. This course is one of the core components of the public health graduate program and is appropriate for any students intending to fulfill degree requirements. It is also appropriate as an elective for students of medicine or other related fields. This course analyzes major nutritional deficiencies and other emerging nutrition related disorders, their prevention and control. It also deals on the national and international nutrition policies and regulatory guidelines. Furthermore, intervention strategies for nutrition problems or issues and current food nutrition issues and their implications to public health will be studied. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 644 Public Health Nutrition
PHLT Public Health Public Health Practicum Students will be eligible to undertake a Public Health Practicum at a preapproved supervised site in the first or second summer of their coursework. During the 2-4 week period students will be oriented and integrated into the health center, the ancillary operations, or preventative health project relevant to the individual's professional background and interests to deliver health services under the supervision of the onsite faculty or other designated community preceptor. Students will be expected to identify and involve themselves with an ongoing preventative health initiative in the first week of the experience, engage the projects objectives and implement proposals in cooperation with the project coordinator. By integrating oneself in the clinical and/or preventative health or policy projects of a resource-poor environment, a student will expectantly understand the humanitarian and altruistic ideals that form the principles of public health. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 PHLT Spring 2023 Public Health PHLT 655 Public Health Practicum
CHEM Chemistry Quantitative Analysis An introduction to the principles and calculations of quantitative analysis. Topics include: chemical stoichiometry, acid and base concepts, ionic equilibria, acid-base titrations, spectrophotometry, oxidation-reduction reactions, complex compounds, gravimetric analysis, and precipitation titrations .Laboratory work consists of elementary gravimetric, volumetric, and instrumental analysis. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 CHEM Spring 2023 Chemistry CHEM 310 Quantitative Analysis
PHYS Physics Quantum Mechanics I This course motivates from an historical perspective the development of quantum mechanics. We begin by examining early 20th-century experiments that the Newtonian framework could not explain, and then develop a language and a set of rules – or principles – with which one may understand all such experiments to date. Topics include the wavelike property of Nature, the quantization of Nature, the calculation of probabilities, the significance of measurement, wave-versus-particle models, and quantum uncertainty. Illustrative thought experiments will be examined, including Schroedinger’s possibly-unfortunate cat. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 320 Quantum Mechanics I
EENG Electrical Engineering Radar System Analysis MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 611 Radar System Analysis
EENG Electrical Engineering Random Signals and Statistics This course covers basic probability concepts, discrete and continuous random variables, distribution and density functions, and stochastic processes. Principles of statistical inference with applications in basic engineering design are discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 382 Random Signals and Statistics
EENG Electrical Engineering Random Signals and Statistics This course covers basic probability concepts, discrete and continuous random variables, distribution and density functions, and stochastic processes. Principles of statistical inference with applications in basic engineering design are discussed. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 515 Random Signals and Statistics
BIOL Biology Recombinant DNA Laboratory MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 355 Recombinant DNA Laboratory
ARCH Architecture Reinforced Concrete Design Design of concrete columns, beams, one-way slabs, isolated footings, and retaining walls. Introduction to prestressed concrete design. Introduction to indeterminate structures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 312 Reinforced Concrete Design
ADVG Advertising Research in Advertising and Public Relations OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ADVG Spring 2023 Advertising ADVG 225 Research in Advertising and Public Relations
EXSC Exercise Science Resistance & Flexibility Training A study of the fundamental principles of resistance and flexibility training with applications for personal fitness and sports. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 160 Resistance & Flexibility Training
ICLT Literature Core Revolution! From Within & Without: The Art and Literature of Social Change This course focuses on poetry and prose having to do with social and spiritual revolutions through history. The idea of revolution is analyzed through discussion of key images, motifs, visual works and literary techniques. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 315 Revolution! From Within & Without: The Art and Literature of Social Change
ICLT Literature Core Rites of Passage: The Literature of Initiation This course explores the theme of initiation in a variety of literary works. We will study the basic patterns of rites of passage in cultures around the world and examine their impact in the past and present. Historical, anthropological, sociological and psychological works will be used to give context to these works. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 327 Rites of Passage: The Literature of Initiation
EENG Electrical Engineering Robotics of Flexible Automation This course presents analysis, design and implementation of robots. To be discussed are robot geometries, kinemetrics, dynamics, trajectory planning and control systems. The impact of these theoretical concepts on robot design will be covered and the integration of robots into flexible automation system will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 710 Robotics of Flexible Automation
ICLT Literature Core Romantic Literature and the Emerging Sciences of the Mind and Life This course analyzes various selections of poetry and prose from the English Romantic period in light of emerging sciences of that era. It has been commonly thought that the Romantic poets of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries were transcendental dreamers lost in the idealism of their theories of the sublime imagination. However, most Romantic writers were well versed in the contemporary intellectual debates within the scientific community, and this course examines the creative intersections between Romantic literature and the Romantic sciences. The course includes a literary research project and an oral presentation. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 318 Romantic Literature and the Emerging Sciences of the Mind and Life
BUSI Business Subjects School of Management Orientation Three hour School of Management orientation to be completed as part of the professional enrichment requirement during student's first semester enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration academic program. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 BUSI Spring 2023 Business Subjects BUSI 100 School of Management Orientation
TEVE Television Scriptwriting I This course covers the basic principles of dramaturgy and its application to the writing of screenplays for film and television. Students learn the technicalities of script formats for film and television and the various stages of preparation through which scripts normally pass such as: concept, treatment, draft, rewrites, synopsis. Students are guided as they develop of short screenplay through all necessary stages into a complete story script ready for pre-production and production in future semesters. Required for students specializing in film and television. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 TEVE Spring 2023 Television TEVE 340 Scriptwriting I
ARTS Art (Sculpture) Sculpture I An introduction to sculpture utilizing a variety of natural and synthetic materials. Methods include: casting, carving and construction. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTS Spring 2023 Art (Sculpture) ARTS 201 Sculpture I
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security Secure Software Engineering Developing software that is secure and robust requires the implementation of established methodologies in software engineering with a particular orientation towards security. This course introduces advanced topics in the methodology of secure software design, development and testing. Topics in enterprise as well as Web-based secure software development are discussed. Secure programming for operating systems, databases, Web servers, services and their frameworks are a few of the topics addressed. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 735 Secure Software Engineering
MGMT Management Security Risk Analysis In this course we present a set of analytical tools for quantifying risk and the costs and benefits of mitigation methods. The feasibility of technical solutions as applied to various cases will also be present. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 755 Security Risk Analysis
MIST Management Information Systems Security Risks Analysis & Management This course covers the concepts of security risk analysis and management, and its application for the business to mitigate risks. It includes a set of analytical tools utilizing technology for quantifying risk and, the costs and benefits of mitigation methods. The application of technological solutions such as Information Technology (IT) controls to various business cases will also be discussed. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MIST Spring 2023 Management Information Systems MIST 620 Security Risks Analysis & Management
ARCH Architecture Seminar 3: Environmental Behavior & Design Intelligence This course, ARCH 755, introduces concepts and computational tools in the area of environmental qualities. Students will be introduced to a toolbox which can be applied to the measurement of problem-based environmental attributes of daylight and artificial light, color, temperature, air quality and flow, and other environmental attributes and their qualities, as well as a set of skills which simulate environmental behaviors in space. In a series of technical software tutorials, methods will be introduced, for the automating the generation of vast quantities options in relation to varying criteria and constraining parameters – or, optioneering – to map out a solution space of possibilities, rather than a single optimal solution. Introducing student to environmental qualities and their impact on human well-being, these notions are key concepts to base innovations in the architecture and design of healthcare spaces. In addition to learning simulation software applied to environmental qualities, this course is pedagogically organized to include seminar discussions around particular themes and readings, including nature, environments, atmosphere and design intelligence, as well as problem-based short design exercises, on a case study prototype, worked on in groups of students. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 755 Seminar 3: Environmental Behavior & Design Intelligence
COMM Communications Seminar in Mass Communication Problems This seminar deals with different current problems and selected topics affecting mass media or a specific medium. Students may re-enroll if the topic varies. Open to juniors and seniors only. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 350 Seminar in Mass Communication Problems
ETEC Electrical Engineering Tech Senior Design In this course we focus on a design project in an area such as fabrication, computerized control, or Internet Technology. The work will require a written and oral proposal, followed by periodic progress reports (oral and written), and culminate in a completed product and report. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ETEC Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering Tech ETEC 495 Senior Design
EENG Electrical Engineering Senior Design Project I This course, part of a two course sequence, provides students with the design principles and tools necessary for project formulation, literature search and mathematical modeling techniques, the use of simulation software, project management, and proposal writing skills. Students will work in multidisciplinary teams to prepare proposals to design a system or component of a system. Project proposals will draw significantly on knowledge and skills acquired in previous coursework, in areas such as digital control, microcomputers, CLSI,, etc. and will incorporate engineering standards, design specifications and realistic constraints. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 489 Senior Design Project I
EENG Electrical Engineering Senior Design Project II This is a course open to seniors which provides the major design experience as required by ABET. Students will work in multidisciplinary teams to design a system or component of a system. This will be a comprehensive design that draws primarily on skills and knowledge acquired in previous coursework. The teams will work on an independent basis with the primary function of the instructor being that of a mentor to the students. The design will incorporate engineering standards and multiple realistic constraints such as its impact on society, health and safety, environmental considerations, sustainability, political, social and ethical considerations, literature and patent search, and project management. Weekly progress reports as well as a final oral and written presentation will be required. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 491 Senior Design Project II
MENG Mechanical Engineering Senior Mechanical Engineering Design This is a course open to seniors which provides the major design experience as required by ABET. Students will work in multidisciplinary teams to design a system or component of a system. The course will deal with open-ended design investigations which allow the application of advanced engineering techniques to the analysis and synthesis of engineering systems or devices. Topics such as manufacturing processes, DFM, modern engineering materials reliability and liability, environmental friendliness, thermo-fluid machines and devices will be covered. The design will incorporate engineering standards and multiple realistic constraints such as its impact on society, health and safety, environmental considerations, sustainability, political, social and ethical considerations, literature and patent search, and project management. Weekly progress reports as well as a final oral and written presentation will be required. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 470 Senior Mechanical Engineering Design
EXSC Exercise Science Senior Practicum This is the culminating experience for students in the exercise physiology concentration. Students are assigned to a sport-specific training facility, corporate fitness center, hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation center, or other clinically-based wellness/fitness or rehabilitation facility for practical experience in the application of concepts. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 410 Senior Practicum
HSCI Health Science Senior Practicum I The purpose of the capstone experience is to introduce the student, via an internship program, to an area of interest. Students will attend an offsite location to gain experiential instruction in health care administration and/or partake in a health care experience. Settings will include community health centers, hospital-based administrative offices, and county health departments. The student will gain practical knowledge while engaged in the business environment of the offsite location. A reflective journal and an experiential log are required elements, as is the submission of a culminating report on practical experiences. OL Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 410 Senior Practicum I
HSCI Health Science Senior Practicum II This course builds upon the knowledge gained in the first capstone experience. Students are now expected to complete a community service project and/or work with a mentor to develop a new initiative in their area of interest. A portfolio of the experience as well as presentation of the project/initiative will provide the framework for a formal review and critique of the project. OL Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 HSCI Spring 2023 Health Science HSCI 415 Senior Practicum II
CSCI Computer Science Senior Project In this course students undertake a computer science project under the guidance of a faculty advisor that draws significantly on knowledge and skills acquired in previous course work. Students work in teams on the design and implementation of a project with emphasis on constraints and trade-offs. Project topics may include computer graphics, computer and network security, and information management. Periodic written progress reports and oral presentations are used to track the ongoing course progress. A detailed final documentation, including a user manual for the developed application or project, together with a live demonstration are required. Approval of Chairperson. Open to Seniors only. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 455 Senior Project
CSCI Computer Science Senior Project I MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 456 Senior Project I
CSCI Computer Science Senior Project II MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 457 Senior Project II
DSGN Interior Design Senior Project in Interior Design Final design project in interior design or furniture design, including a written thesis selected by the student with the advice of the faculty. The student will prove the ability to utilize and organize all the aspects of design in the solution of a problem, and to express them in a complete presentation. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 402 Senior Project in Interior Design
HOSP Hospitality Senior Seminar Capstone This is the hospitality studies capstone course calling for a broad range of skills and knowledge learned both in the major and in the college. The class is divided into teams each of which prepares one or more solution(s) to a given large problem in the Hotel Restaurant Institutional Industry. Coursework will involve information gathering, methods of presentation to a jury of students and actual peer jury presentations. A key element is the presentation of solutions to faculty and students to the major. The presentations mandate appropriate oral, written, visual and numerical aspects demonstrating communication skills, integration of knowledge, application of computer skills, teamwork skills and job readiness through the panel critique. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 HOSP Spring 2023 Hospitality HOSP 470 Senior Seminar Capstone
ICLT Literature Core Shakespeare: Old World Meets New This course focuses on selected dramas and poems of William Shakespeare from multiple perspectives. The works are made accessible through study of key moral, legal, literary, scientific and political figures and conflicts that the poet-dramatist summons to view and that have continuing relevance to today's world. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 312 Shakespeare: Old World Meets New
EENG Electrical Engineering Signal Processing I Fundamental processing of digital signals. Design of analog and digital filters. Applications of signal processing, industrial signal processing, image processing and speech synthesis with emphasis on design. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 751 Signal Processing I
BIOE Bioengineering Signal Processing I OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 751 Signal Processing I
EENG Electrical Engineering Signals and Systems Topics covered in this course are: discrete networks, difference equations, discrete continuous convolution, Z transforms and Fourier series and transforms. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 341 Signals and Systems
EENG Electrical Engineering Signals and Systems Topics covered in this course are: discrete networks, difference equations, discrete continuous convolution, Z transforms and Fourier series and transforms. The course will also include a special project or paper as required and specified by the instructor and the SoECS graduate committee. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 514 Signals and Systems
QANT Quantitative Analysis Simulation Modeling This course emphasizes the role of simulation in evaluating the performance of complex systems in an organization. Simulation techniques such as Monte Carlo and Discrete Event will be studied in-depth. Students will be required to use @Risk and Arena to develop simulation applications. Topics to be covered in the course will include simulation of inventory, waiting lines, marketing, and financial models. A typical term project in the course will require students to develop their own simulation model for developing performance measures of a specific system by using either off-the-shelf software tools such as Crystal Ball or by using application software such as Excel. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 750 Simulation Modeling
EDCO Education Counseling Social Justice, Diversity, and Cultural Issues Candidates will explore and develop strategies for interacting and working with diverse communities as identified by race, ethnicity, gender, class, sexual orientation, age, disability or religion. Candidates will identify and demonstrate strategies and skills for promoting student success through culturally sensitive advising, consulting and counseling with emphasis on strategies for optimizing academic achievement, bilingual student support, career development and personal success. Methods for positively impacting social, cultural, diversity and equity issues, including the possible effects of culture, race stereotyping, family, socio economic status, gender, sexual identity, language and values on student development and progress in the school setting will be addressed throughout the course. Course content/methodology will emphasize small group activities, collaboration, use of data to create equity for all students, and opportunities to take an active role in supporting all students. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 650 Social Justice, Diversity, and Cultural Issues
BUSA Business Analytics Social Network Analytics Social media plays a key role in today’s business environment for any organization. This course discusses the concepts, techniques, and tools to collect and analyze digital data available through the web and social media in organizations. It provides applied training in foundational methods of association rules, collaborative filtering, and cluster analysis. It also covers text mining and social network analytics for decision-making in different business domains in the global environment. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BUSA Spring 2023 Business Analytics BUSA 715 Social Network Analytics
EDSS Education Social Studies Social Studies and Technology Candidates develop skills and thinking processes of historians using technologies for inquiry learning and explore global perspectives in teaching historical events. Candidates examine primary source documents, Web sites and other media to stimulate critical thinking. Candidates investigate methods, materials, and resources appropriate for diverse learners. Candidates design curriculum materials for use in the classroom that incorporate state and national standards in social studies education and further literacy and study. Field experiences are required and integrated into the course. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,600.00 EDSS Spring 2023 Education Social Studies EDSS 620 Social Studies and Technology
ARCH Architecture Social, Economic, Political, & Technological Issues of Urban Design Social, Economic, Political, and Technological issues of Urban Design aims to introduce social, economic, political, and technological issues connected with the urban scale and its implication in practice. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 861 Social, Economic, Political, & Technological Issues of Urban Design
COMM Communications Socio-Political Issues in Media OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 465 Socio-Political Issues in Media
CSCI Computer Science Software Engineering Techniques for the development and implementation of high-quality digital computer software are presented. Major areas covered in the course include software quality factors and metrics, software development outlines and specification languages, top-down vs. bottom-up design and development, complexity, testing and software reliability. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 665 Software Engineering
ENGY Energy Management Solar Energy Technology This course covers advanced concepts of solar energy. Students engage in performance analysis of complex solar energy systems. Current industry standard system analysis and synthesis tools are used to design and model energy delivery systems using solar energy. Computational models for energy efficiency and cost optimizations are explored; and students work with weekly case studies to evaluate example applications. A research paper on a contemporary solar energy topic is required. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENGY Spring 2023 Energy Management ENGY 740 Solar Energy Technology
SORC Source SOURCE Project MA Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 SORC Spring 2023 Source SORC 401 SOURCE Project
SORC Source SOURCE Project MA Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,470.00 SORC Spring 2023 Source SORC 701 SOURCE Project
DGIM Design Graphics Special Effects Students use After Effects for composing video footage and still images and creating 2D animation and special effects. Storyboarding, compression, and the rendering process are examined in depth. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 DGIM Spring 2023 Design Graphics DGIM 757 Special Effects
ARCH Architecture Special Studies in Archictecture Special studies in architecture focuses on special topics – based on student and faculty specializations - that fall outside the scope of existing courses. This course is repeatable. It is available to students in SoAD Graduate programs. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 791 Special Studies in Archictecture
ARCH Architecture Special Studies in Architecture Study on topics of interest in architectural design and structures. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 291 Special Studies in Architecture
CSCI Computer Science Special Topics This course provides an opportunity for students to study, in a variety of formats, advanced topics which may not be included elsewhere in the curriculum. The topics may be of mutual interest to the student and faculty member or appropriate for group study. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 860 Special Topics
EENG Electrical Engineering Special Topics This course provides an opportunity for students to study, in a variety of formats, advanced topics which may not be included elsewhere in the curriculum. The topics may be of mutual interest to the student and faculty member or appropriate for group study. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EENG Spring 2023 Electrical Engineering EENG 860 Special Topics
PHYS Physics Special Topics in Physics This course will focus on analytical reading of classical review papers in various fields of physics, including quantum physics and quantum technology, plasma physics, mathematical physics, astrophysics, and biophysics. Students will learn how to synthesize the important information contained in research papers and to analyze and critique scientific methodology. Every student will work with individual faculty for a semester. The specific topic, either on original research or on reviewing classical papers, and the schedule of the meetings will be determined by the supervisor. The course will also develop presentation skills and the ability to generate innovative research methods. At the end of the semester, every student is required to present their work in a joint meeting, judged by all physics faculty members. [Note: Physics majors are required to enroll in this course twice] MA Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 490 Special Topics in Physics
ARCH Architecture Statics and Strength of Materials Statics and strength of materials; force systems; equations of statics; beam supports and reactions; geometric properties of sections; stress and strain; axial tensile stress and elongation; axial compressive stress and buckling; shear stress and shear diagrams; bending stress and moment diagrams and beam deflections. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 211 Statics and Strength of Materials
PSYC Psychology Statistical Analysis This course covers descriptive and inferential statistics, frequency distributions, percentile rank, measure of central tendency and variability, correlation and regression and tests of significance. Using computer software, students will directly apply these statistics to specific problems common to the behavioral sciences. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PSYC Spring 2023 Psychology PSYC 210 Statistical Analysis
IENG Industrial Engineering Statistical Design I Fundamentals of engineering probability and statistical analysis as applied to industrial problems: sample spaces, random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, sampling techniques and design of statistical investigations, Bayesian decision making. Emphasis is on the application of these ideas to the decision-making process, rather than pure theory. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 245 Statistical Design I
IENG Industrial Engineering Statistical Design II Principles of modern statistical experimentation and practice in basic engineering design: statistical inference and decision problems, estimation, tests of hypothesis, regression, correlation, one-way and two-way analysis of variance, application to engineering and management data, time-series analysis. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 345 Statistical Design II
PHYS Physics Statistical Mechanics Students will study systems containing many particles, using thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. Topics will include thermodynamics of ideal gases, thermal equilibrium, microscopic and macroscopic definitions of entropy, phase transitions, blackbody radiation, and Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac distributions. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 PHYS Spring 2023 Physics PHYS 390 Statistical Mechanics
QANT Quantitative Analysis Statistical Sampling Theory This course introduces students to both descriptive and inferential statistics. Coverage includes applications to business and other disciplines and the use of technology as a decision support tool. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 QANT Spring 2023 Quantitative Analysis QANT 201 Statistical Sampling Theory
BIOE Bioengineering Statistics for Bioengineers A comprehensive approach to conducting relevant and publication-level research in the field of bioengineering. Utilization of software such as Matlab,R, SAS and/or SPSS to conduct in-depth data analyses will provide the students with valuable skillsets. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 320 Statistics for Bioengineers
BIOE Bioengineering Statistics for Biomedical Engineers OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 620 Statistics for Biomedical Engineers
MGMT Management Strategic Leadership Capstone An examination of the operational aspects of high level leadership, including its role in framing the organization's 20 year strategic plan, the making of consequential decisions in an uncertain, complex, and rapidly changing environment, and maintaining excellence in the corporate world. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MGMT Spring 2023 Management MGMT 650 Strategic Leadership Capstone
MRKT Marketing Strategic Marketing & Branding MA|OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MRKT Spring 2023 Marketing MRKT 620 Strategic Marketing & Branding
MENG Mechanical Engineering Strength of Materials Stresses and strains in members under the actions of axial and shearing forces, bending and twisting moments. Transformations of stress and strain; principal stresses. Combined stresses; pressure vessels. Deflection of beams. Statically indeterminate problems. Columns. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 221 Strength of Materials
ARCH Architecture Structural Timber Design Design of tension, compression and flexure members in timber. Includes sawn and glue-laminated members and plywood. Bolted, nailed and split-ring connections. Surveys standard prefabricated units. OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 313 Structural Timber Design
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Student Training Seminar OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 6 $3,200.00 EDPC Spring 2023 Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 683 Student Training Seminar
ARCH Architecture Studio Workshop: Multidisciplinary Design This studio workshop, ARCH 752, will focus on the deep influence of the environmental qualities of our designed spaces upon the health, wellness and fitness of our bodies and minds. Students will acquire advanced skills required for use in design studios, including tools for analysis, simulation, 3D modeling in Rhinoceros software and plugins, fabrication technologies, and visualization. The objective of this required course is for students to learn and apply computational skills towards design problems. This lab will also introduce principles and practices of collaborative design, across design and health, including architecture, interior design, industrial design and product design, and other disciplinary arenas. Experimenting on a co-design mode of crossing disciplinary practices will be built into the ethos of the program, with a goal to achieve design solutions, made possible by multiple contributors with diverse disciplinary expertise. In a series of intensive lecture, seminar and lab sessions, this workshop will also deliver a set of key readings and case studies. is workshop will also deliver a set of key readings and case studies. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 752 Studio Workshop: Multidisciplinary Design
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Supervised Student Teaching and Seminar (Childhood) Candidates participate in a full semester of student teaching in a childhood setting in a cooperating school. Student teachers are supervised by a cooperating teacher in the school and observed regularly by the college supervisor. The weekly seminar provides support and instruction for candidates who are working in the schools. Instruction focuses on technology as a tool for teachers using word processing, database and spreadsheet management. Seminar discussions focus on assigned readings and the teaching experiences of the candidates. OLCE|TU Show Classes GRAD 6 $3,200.00 EDPC Spring 2023 Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 681 Supervised Student Teaching and Seminar (Childhood)
EXSC Exercise Science Survey of Athletic Injuries This course acquaints the student with the prevention, recognition, and basic management of athletic and exercise related injuries. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 EXSC Spring 2023 Exercise Science EXSC 230 Survey of Athletic Injuries
CENG Construction Engineering Surveying and Geomatics Plane surveying, topographical surveying, horizontal and vertical curves, topographic surveys, construction surveys, earthwork, route surveying. Data collection using sight-based, laser-based, and global positioning system equipment. Methods for analysis and presentation of surveying and positioning data, including dealing with errors. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CENG Spring 2023 Construction Engineering CENG 301 Surveying and Geomatics
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Teaching and Assessing Communication This course will focus on the principles, strategies, and methods of teaching and assessing doctor/clinician-patient and healthcare team communication. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MSME Spring 2023 Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 652 Teaching and Assessing Communication
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Techniques in Epidemiology and Biostatistics Epidemiologic techniques for analysis of population data from surveys, as well as case control retrospective and prospective studies will be reviewed. Biostatistical techniques including cross tabulation, scatter diagrams, histograms and line plots, regression and correlation analysis, analysis of variance, discriminant analysis, factor and spectral analysis will be applied to clinical and experimental data to illustrate techniques available for data analysis and interpretation. Computer statistical packages will be used to facilitate analysis. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,205.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 625 Techniques in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
IENG Industrial Engineering Technology & Entrepreneurship OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 421 Technology & Entrepreneurship
IENG Industrial Engineering Technology and Global Issues In this course the relationships between technology and global concerns are explored. Topics such as sustainable development, standards, ethics, environmental concerns and public policies related to design and development, energy, transportation, air, and waterfacing in both developed and developing nations will be discussed. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 IENG Spring 2023 Industrial Engineering IENG 400 Technology and Global Issues
TEVE Television Television Workshop This course is designed to offer advanced principles and techniques for producing and directing television programs. The emphasis is on developing the skills needed to create a show from concept through final production. Major emphasis is placed on multi-camera production for both dramatic and nondramatic programming forms. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 TEVE Spring 2023 Television TEVE 201 Television Workshop
ICSS Social Science Core The American Character: A Global Perspective This seminar will explore five features of the "American Character" from a global perspective. The course will examine historical and contemporary developments, which include the twenty-first century and beyond. MA|OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICSS Spring 2023 Social Science Core ICSS 303 The American Character: A Global Perspective
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core The Legacy of Socrates A seminar in philosophy focusing on the contributions and legacy of Socrates that examines the nature and significance of the Socratic method as the fundamental mode of logical inquiry. In its study of Socrates the seminar will follow an integrated and interdisciplinary approach that will touch on historical issues, dramatic and literary evidence, logical reasoning, and ethical and political matters. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICPH Spring 2023 Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 302 The Legacy of Socrates
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core The Philosophy of Human Nature This interdisciplinary course based in philosophy is a study of classic sources of ideas on the nature of humankind as found in Western religion, in the ancient world, and in modern philosophy. The course will examine contemporary theories of human nature that reflect upon the human being as a psychological or as a genetic mechanism, as a maker of tools, a speaker of language, as dominated by its animal nature, and as a being abandoned in a godless world. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICPH Spring 2023 Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 301 The Philosophy of Human Nature
TEVE Television The Production Process: Creating Television Dramas MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 TEVE Spring 2023 Television TEVE 370 The Production Process: Creating Television Dramas
ICBS Behavioral Science Core The Psychology of Gender Identity This seminar course will provide an overview of theoretical perspectives, interdisciplinary perspectives, empirical findings, and practical applications of psychological research on gender identity. Students will better understand psychological principles underlying gender identity, gain a more objective view of their personal beliefs and behaviors, and further develop their ability to critically think about the nature of evidence and arguments from a scientific perspective. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICBS Spring 2023 Behavioral Science Core ICBS 305 The Psychology of Gender Identity
EDCO Education Counseling The School Counseling Program: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation Candidates will acquire the content and process for the implementation of 21st century school counseling programs that are comprehensive, developmental in design and based on the national standards for school counseling programs. Through the use of needs assessments, school report cards, high school profiles and other achievement and student based data, candidates will identify elementary, middle and high school priorities for their school counseling programs. Consultation and collaboration models will be used to integrate the educational reform agenda, the NYS Learning Standards, and student skills and knowledge with school counseling program priorities, strategies and accountability. Candidates benefit from working closely with school counseling practitioners to gain an understanding of professional identity. This course requires ten hours of field experience. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 EDCO Spring 2023 Education Counseling EDCO 640 The School Counseling Program: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation
ICLT Literature Core The Simple Art of Murder: the Literature of Detection and the Private "I" This course explores how the literature of detection is related to a range of discourses, ranging from the scientific to the philosophical to the cultural and the sociological. Emphasizing the detective's unique social mobility and ability to range across the borders of class, race, and culture, as well as the detective's exemplary empirical, rational, and intuitive abilities. This course will examine how detective fiction encompasses some of the key ideas, theories, and practices of both the modern sciences and the humanities. This course includes a literary research project and an oral presentation. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ICLT Spring 2023 Literature Core ICLT 319 The Simple Art of Murder: the Literature of Detection and the Private "I"
CSCI Computer Science Theoretical Concepts in Computers and Computation Selected topics in set theory, Boolean Algebra, graph theory, and combinatorics. Formal languages, regular expressions and grammars. Automata and Turing machines. Algorithms and computability. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 610 Theoretical Concepts in Computers and Computation
ARCH Architecture Theories & Case Studies of Urbanism Theories and Case Studies of Urbanism aims to examine theories of urbanism and case studies as parallel aspects in the past, present, and future development of the urban environments. The course investigates dynamics and relationships that emerge from theories and case studies by looking at processes of urban formation and their correlation with the contexts in which they emerge and operate in disciplinary practices. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 725 Theories & Case Studies of Urbanism
CSCI Computer Science Theory of Computation The basic concepts of the theory of computation are studied including set theory, finite automata, context free and context-sensitive languages, Turing machines, Church's thesis, and uncomputability. The classes of computation complexity and their practical limitations are studied. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 CSCI Spring 2023 Computer Science CSCI 312 Theory of Computation
MENG Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics Review of dimensions, units, and fundamental concepts. Study of First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics. Application to fluid dynamic processes. Energy conversion cycles. Reversed cycles. Concept of exegetic analysis. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 240 Thermodynamics
MENG Mechanical Engineering Thermofluids Laboratory Introduction to basic instrumentation. Experiments involving pressure, velocity, temperature and viscosity measurements, determination of thermal properties of solids, liquids and gases. Calorimetry. Steam turbogenerator, reversed refrigeration cycles. Tests involving internal combustion engines, wind tunnel testing. Basic experiments in hydraulics. OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $1,350.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 343 Thermofluids Laboratory
BIOE Bioengineering Thesis I This is the first of a two-course sequence spanning two semesters of research. The master's thesis provides an opportunity for the students to undertake an in-depth investigation of a specific topic within Bioengineering. This course requires the students to explore an original and appropriately phrased research question, and carry out and document a comprehensive literature review, research and experimentation in the chosen problem area with a good deal of individual responsibility. The course culminates in a preliminary draft of the thesis document to be presented to the thesis faculty advisor. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 890 Thesis I
BIOE Bioengineering Thesis II This is the second of a two-course sequence for master's thesis. Students will continue the research and experimentation started in the first course in the sequence. The course culminates in an oral defense of the thesis project in front of a thesis committee consisting of the student's thesis faculty advisor and other members. By the end of the semester, students will complete a publication-quality master's thesis to be archived in the NYIT library. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 BIOE Spring 2023 Bioengineering BIOE 891 Thesis II
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Thesis Paper and Exhibition MA Show Classes GRAD 2 $2,940.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 871 Thesis Paper and Exhibition
ARTU Art (Grad Thesis) Thesis Production II In this course, students will continue work on the production of all of the aspects of their Thesis Project, as defined in the Thesis Proposal approved by the faculty. Students will work independently, and will meet regularly and individually with their professor MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,880.00 ARTU Spring 2023 Art (Grad Thesis) ARTU 872 Thesis Production II
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Thesis Production II MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 406 Thesis Production II
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Thesis Proposal In this course, all candidates must create a design for a functional thesis that will be accomplished during their course of studies. The Master's Thesis Project is on a subject of the candidate's own design. The Design Proposal must be presented and accepted by the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee before the student proceeds to Graduate Studio. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 851 Thesis Proposal
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Thesis Proposal MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTC Spring 2023 Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 400 Thesis Proposal
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Topics in Applied Nutrition This course investigates practical solutions in which socioeconomic status, cultural preference, medical or psychological alterations or other factors may interfere with successful nutritional compliance. Patient groups include the geriatric patient, the handicapped adult or child, and the person with multiple nutrition problems. It will be of value to those pro­fessionals who plan to do private consulting and home health care as well as to those who will be working in a health care institution. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $2,205.00 CLNU Spring 2023 Clinical Nutrition CLNU 615 Topics in Applied Nutrition
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security Topics in Computer Security This course provides an opportunity for students to study advanced topics in computer security, which may not be included elsewhere in the curriculum. Students will undertake a significant hands on security related project using NYIT's Center for Network and Information Security laboratory facilities. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 INCS Spring 2023 Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 810 Topics in Computer Security
MENG Mechanical Engineering Total Energy Systems and Design OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 613 Total Energy Systems and Design
ARTI Digital Art and Design Unity Design This course introduces students to the game and interactive design fundamentals from concept to production and publishing of a working game. Students will gain the necessary knowledge and technical skills in preparation for the industry-recognized Unity Certification. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 605 Unity Design
ARCH Architecture Urban Design Studio II MA Show Classes GRAD 6 $8,820.00 ARCH Spring 2023 Architecture ARCH 702 Urban Design Studio II
ENVT Environmental Technology Urban Environmental Sustainability OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ENVT Spring 2023 Environmental Technology ENVT 745 Urban Environmental Sustainability
ARTI Digital Art and Design UX Design Foundations This course introduces students to the fundamentals of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design, with an emphasis on strategy, research, personas, information architecture, usability testing, analytics, prototyping, and interactive design for effective and meaningful human-computer interaction to ensure that users are satisfied and that businesses meet their objectives. Projects focus on the structural, informational, and psychological aspects of human-centered design, as well as wireframe, asset design, and user testing. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 601 UX Design Foundations
ARTI Digital Art and Design UX/UI Design for VR/AR/MR This course introduces students to a range of VR/AR/MR experience development tools and skills. Story development, user experience, interface design and implementation are introduced within the context of creating immersive experiences. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 604 UX/UI Design for VR/AR/MR
MENG Mechanical Engineering Vibrations and System Dynamics Mathematical modeling and analysis of lumped dynamic systems with mechanical elements. Topics: time domain solutions (with emphasis on one- and multi-degree-of-freedom vibration problems including free and forced vibrations), computer simulation, block diagram representation, numerical methods and frequency domain solutions. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 MENG Spring 2023 Mechanical Engineering MENG 324 Vibrations and System Dynamics
BIOL Biology Virology This course examines the fundamental principles of virology. Viral replications strategies will be covered in depth for selected viral families, with the intention of broadening students' understanding of gene regulation and nucleic acid replication. Viral structure, pathogenesis, epidemiology, antivirals and laboratory methods will be taught for a broad range of viruses. Students will apply their knowledge towards the understanding of molecular biotechnology and development of commercial applications. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 BIOL Spring 2023 Biology BIOL 331 Virology
ARTG Art (Graphics) Visual Identity Visual Identity introduces students to the theory and practice of creating a powerful concept and developing a consistent visual language by which a company becomes recognizable. This visual language reflects a philosophy, carries out a branded look and feel of a company, and consists of a mark/logo and various supporting applications for print and online media. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ARTG Spring 2023 Art (Graphics) ARTG 251 Visual Identity
AAID Architecture/Interior Design Visualization I The course focuses on three areas simultaneously: technical drawing, graphic and fine arts, and an introduction to computer applications in architecture and design. It includes descriptive geometry, art composition, mediums and techniques, analysis and theory of fine art, and computer software application. The course assists the production of the required Design Studio portfolio. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 AAID Spring 2023 Architecture/Interior Design AAID 140 Visualization I
AAID Architecture/Interior Design Visualization II Continuation of AAID 140 introducing basic CAD skills and architectural drawing as it pertains to producing drawings of buildings and interiors. Auto CAD skills and software, printing and plotting hardware are taught. The application of these combined with other visual presentation techniques are explored in relation to the design process and presentation. The course supports the design studio. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 AAID Spring 2023 Architecture/Interior Design AAID 240 Visualization II
ARTI Digital Art and Design Web & Mobile Development This course examines technical and business aspects of the web and mobile app development. Topics such as user interface and responsive design, prototyping, performance, security, scalability, data storage, and programming languages will be explored. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ARTI Spring 2023 Digital Art and Design ARTI 609 Web & Mobile Development
ITEC Information Technology Web-Based Multimedia Development I Introduction to web-based multimedia systems, digital video compression techniques, operating system support for streaming audio and video, as well as network protocols for multimedia. Emphasis will be placed on the efficient use of resources and proper design choices to achieve the required quality of service for web-based multimedia intensive content. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 ITEC Spring 2023 Information Technology ITEC 320 Web-Based Multimedia Development I
DSGN Interior Design Working Drawings Emphasizing drafting technique and detailing as it applies to the interior designer. Working drawings are produced with quality, precision and accuracy stressed. The essential elements necessary to communicate the manufacture or building of a project are learned. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 DSGN Spring 2023 Interior Design DSGN 221 Working Drawings
WRIT Writing Workshop in Publication Students enrolled in this course are given the opportunity to work in a supervised, professional manner on campus. Grades are on a pass/fail basis. May be repeated up to 12 credits. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 $2,700.00 WRIT Spring 2023 Writing WRIT 210 Workshop in Publication
WRIT Writing Workshop in Publication A continuation of WRIT 210. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 WRIT Spring 2023 Writing WRIT 220 Workshop in Publication
WRIT Writing Workshop in Publication A continuation of WRIT 220. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $5,400.00 WRIT Spring 2023 Writing WRIT 230 Workshop in Publication
ECON Economics World Trade in Goods, Services, and Assets This course reviews theories of trade and explains the institutional arrangements that shape international trade in goods, services, and assets. Various trade strategies are considered and their effects on economic growth are discussed. Free vs. managed trade agreements are reviewed. International capital markets and foreign exchange markets are studied to clarify the relationships between capital flows and potential financial crisis. The strategic role of multinational corporations in international trade is evaluated. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $4,410.00 ECON Spring 2023 Economics ECON 745 World Trade in Goods, Services, and Assets
COMM Communications Writing for Media OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 COMM Spring 2023 Communications COMM 225 Writing for Media
WRIT Writing Writing for the Web This is a computer-intensive course. Focus is on learning and practicing advanced aspects of creating multimedia, hypertext, and online help documents. Topics: linear and nonlinear planning structures ("information architecture"), writing stylistics, the rhetoric and use of graphics, linking, reading and editing online, project management. Oral presentations of final project with computer-based presentation programs. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 WRIT Spring 2023 Writing WRIT 363 Writing for the Web
FCWR Foundations of Writing Writing I: Foundations of College Composition A course introducing students to the fundamentals of college composition. Topics include writing process, rhetorical strategies, basics of critical reading and thinking, analytical writing, and argumentative writing. This course serves as a foundation to prepare students to succeed in other academic writing contexts. Coursework includes a computer lab component. MA|OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 101 Writing I: Foundations of College Composition
FCWR Foundations of Writing Writing I: Foundations of College Composition for International Students A course introducing students to the fundamentals of college composition and to editing strategies with attention to detail and common ESL errors. Topics include writing process, rhetorical strategies, basics of critical reading and thinking, analytical writing, and argumentative writing. This course serves as a foundation to prepare students to succeed in other academic writing contexts. Coursework includes a computer lab component. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 111 Writing I: Foundations of College Composition for International Students
FCWR Foundations of Writing Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing Further development of the academic writing, critical thinking, and analytical reading skills taught in Writing I. An introduction to academic discourse in the four core seminar areas: literature, social sciences, behavioral sciences, and philosophy. Development of library skills leading to a documented research paper. MA|OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 151 Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing
FCWR Foundations of Writing Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing for International Students Further development of the academic writing, critical thinking, and analytical reading skills taught in Writing I, An introduction to academic discourse in the four core seminar areas: literature, social sciences, behavioral sciences, and philosophy/ethics. Development of library skills leading to a documented research paper. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $4,050.00 FCWR Spring 2023 Foundations of Writing FCWR 161 Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing for International Students
BUSIE Business Experiential Zero Credit Internship Students have the opportunity to work in a business environment to gain practical experience, increase professionalism, develop a basic understanding of the work environment, and sharpen career focus. A minimum of 150 hours of field experience is required. Grade will be pass or fail. Course may be repeated. MA Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 BUSIE Spring 2023 Business Experiential BUSIE 650 Zero Credit Internship