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Get a head start on your college courses or fill in some gaps in your studies before the fall semester begins.

Visiting undergrads can take up to 24 credits and visiting graduates up to 9 credits during our summer sessions. If you decide to take more credits, you can apply to an NYIT degree program as a first-year, transfer, or graduate student and the summer credits you achieved can be applied to your NYIT degree. Fulfillment of prerequisites is optional for visiting students.

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Academic Level Credits Subject Course Name Course Title
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-3-4 OW Show Classes UGRD 4 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 215 Bio-Organic Chemistry
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core Bioethics An interdisciplinary philosophy seminar that introduces students to the field of bioethics- the study of ethical issues involving the biomedical and life sciences. The course includes readings of moral theories in philosophy and uses these concepts as a framework to examine key issues in bioethics. Topics covered in the course may include classic cases in bioethics as well as contemporary debates prompted by emerging technologies. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 306 Bioethics
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 LLAW Law LLAW 210 Business Law
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 5-0-4 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 MATH 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 4-0-4 MA Show Classes UGRD 4 MATH Mathematics MATH 260 Calculus III
LAEI Ldrshp in Arts & Entmnt Ind Capstone Seminar in Arts Policy & Strategy This capstone course allows individual students and the class as a whole to project themselves as the next generation of industry leaders. The course is a forum for challenging and debating best practices in the performing arts industry, exploring the development and impact of policies that affect the for- profit and nonprofit performing arts industry, and clarifying the roles and responsibilities of leadership within the creative economy. The course provides opportunities for students to learn from a variety of guest speakers, how government and private sector policies are developed in the United States, how environmental factors influence policy development, and how arts leaders’ roles vary in implementing and influencing policy decisions. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 LAEI Ldrshp in Arts & Entmnt Ind LAEI 720 Capstone Seminar in Arts Policy & Strategy
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 may be waived for students with sophomore or higher status. This course replaces College Success Seminar for students in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 2-0-2 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 2 ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 105 Career Discovery
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 FCWR Foundations of Writing FCWR 304 Communication for Technical Professions
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 0 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 883 Comprehensive Examination
EDCO Education Counseling Counseling and Cultural Competence in a Global Society Counselor cultural competency is essential to successfully meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population in the American educational system. Through a mixed methods approach of cultural immersion, readings, class activities, participation in cultural organizations, and forums with cultural and educational leaders, candidates will plan and strategize methods by which school counselors recognize cultural differences, acquire strategies to collaborate with families, and equalize educational experiences for every student within a school setting. Candidates will experience engagement with different cultural groups and seek to broaden their world view and global perspective through these interactions. Candidates will develop contemporary socio­cultural viewpoints on student achievement and educational equity and access. Course topics will address cultural differences and counseling theory, ethnicity and race, learning ability and disability, gender influences, immigration and assimilation, student educational aspirations and the influence of school counselor leadership and collaboration. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-3-3 TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 680 Counseling and Cultural Competence in a Global Society
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 CSCI 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 507 Data Structures
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 760 Database Systems
MRKT Marketing Digital Marketing In this course, students will learn to apply digital tools to the marketing landscape. This includes digital products and services (e.g., the Internet of things) as well as digital distribution, digital pricing and payment systems, and digital media and promotions (email marketing, search engine optimization, social media marketing, online advertising, web analytics, mobile marketing). At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to develop a marketing plan that includes digital products, digital distribution, digital pricing, and digital tools for promotions. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 MRKT Marketing MRKT 430 Digital Marketing
EDIT Instructional Technology Educational Applications of Social Media Candidates will explore educational applications of social media tools for teaching and learning. Candidates investigate the advantages of "new social learning" and management of social media for effective implementation in P-12 learning spaces. Particular focus will be on instructional applications, cooperative learning facilitation, and the extension of leaning experiences beyond the classroom. Candidates will develop projects that incorporate social media tools to enhance teaching and learning. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL|TU17|TU08 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 663 Educational Applications of Social Media
EDSE Education - Special Education Educational Assessment for Individuals with Exceptionalities This course is designed to offer students an understanding of the evaluation process, including appropriate assessment tools necessary for making eligibility, program, and placement decisions. Teacher candidates will evaluate students, and analyze and synthesize the information obtained from various assessment tools in order to carefully design specialized instruction and to monitor progress that meets the individual needs of students with disabilities including those from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. The appropriate use of assistive technology as well as the most current technological instructional supports will be explored. No prerequisite. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL Show Classes GRAD 3 EDSE Education - Special Education EDSE 613 Educational Assessment for Individuals with Exceptionalities
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-1-4 OW Show Classes UGRD 4 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 212 Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronic Circuit Applications 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 310 Electronic Circuit Applications
EENG Electrical Engineering Electronics Laboratory II Laboratory work to complement lecture courses. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-3-1 OW Show Classes UGRD 1 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 315 Electronics Laboratory II
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 MENG Mechanical Engineering MENG 211 Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 304 Ethics and Social Philosophy
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-2-2 OW Show Classes UGRD 2 COMM Communications COMM 362 Externship in Communication Arts
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-3-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 COMM 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-4-4 OW Show Classes GRAD 4 COMM Communications COMM 640 Externship Program
PSCI Political Science Foreign Policy of the United States The historical development of American policy, the mechanics of its formulation, and its current objectives will be studied, discussed, and analyzed. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 PSCI Political Science PSCI 320 Foreign Policy of the United States
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Foundations I: Philosophy of Education Foundations of education focuses on the continuum of thought framing the past, present, and future understanding of the education profession. Candidates explore the disciplines of educational philosophy, educational history, educational psychology, educational sociology, along with curricular theory, gender and cultural theory, technology-enhanced learning theory, and philosophical outlooks on the future of the education profession. Using a New Media process of research, reflection, and analysis, each candidate develops a rigorous, well documented personal philosophy of education. This philosophy initiates each candidate's web-based professional portfolio. Candidates are expected to make additions and revisions to this philosophy each succeeding semester as specified in the final portfolio requirements for the degree. Field observations and experiences are required and integrated into the course. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL Show Classes GRAD 3 EDPC Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 603 Foundations I: Philosophy of Education
FCIQ Foundations of Inquiry Foundations of Inquiry This course introduces the fundamentals of critical thinking both in the university and in daily life. Topics include an overview of the research methods in academic disciplines, basic logic, and fallacies in logic and argumentation. This course lays the groundwork for critical thinking skills in other core classes and major program coursework. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL|MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 FCIQ Foundations of Inquiry FCIQ 101 Foundations of Inquiry
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 FCSC 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 FCSP Foundations of Speech FCSP 105 Foundations of Speech Communication
EDIT Instructional Technology Fundamentals of Environmental Education for 21st Century Learners This course, developed with input of national environmental education experts, examines the history, definition, and goals of environmental education. Candidates will develop an understanding of the professional roles and instructional methods of environmental educators and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate quality environmental education into their instruction. Candidates will develop instructional strategies using technology resources and tools for hands-on environmental projects. Assessments are aligned with Performance Indicators of the New York State Learning Standards. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL|TU20 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 742 Fundamentals of Environmental Education for 21st Century Learners
MATH Mathematics Fundamentals of Precalculus I The first course in a two semester precalculus sequence. Review of algebra: exponents, factoring, fractions. Linear equations, ratio, proportions. Word problem appl ication. Coordinate systems and graphs of functions: straight line, slope. Systems of linear equations and their applications. Complex numbers. Quadratic equations. Introduction to trigonometry. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 5-0-4 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 MATH Mathematics MATH 135 Fundamentals of Precalculus 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-3-4 OW Show Classes UGRD 4 BIOL Biology BIOL 150 General Biology II
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-3-4 OW Show Classes UGRD 4 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 150 General Chemistry II
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 4-2-4 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 PHYS Physics PHYS 180 General Physics II
COMM Communications Guided Project This course enables students to select course material not available in the catalog. The material may be in very focused subject or specialization necessary for the students area of interest, or it may provide in- depth information following coursework. Students submit a proposal to a faculty member with the approval of the department chair. Students must schedule regular conferences with the advisor and submit a midterm progress report and a final paper or completed project. As a guideline, each credit hour is 30 hours of work, e.g. a 3 credit Guided Project would require 90 hours of work. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/ or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 0-3-1 MA Show Classes UGRD 1 COMM Communications COMM 451 Guided Project
HRMT Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Seminar An advanced seminar that focuses on the contribution of human resource management practices to the achievement of an organization's strategic goals, and on the role of the human resources professional as a member of the management team. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 887 Human Resource Management Seminar
BIOL Biology Independent Research I An Independent research project with faculty supervision, including experimental, analytical, or numerical simulation research. In some cases students may be permitted to pursue programs in hospital or industry. A final report covering the problem, approach, results and discussion is required. Classroom hours- Laboratory and/r studio course-Course Credit 1-0-1 OW Show Classes UGRD 1 BIOL Biology BIOL 491 Independent Research I
CHEM Chemistry Independent Research IV An advanced biomedical project under the supervision of a faculty member. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-3-4 MA Show Classes UGRD 4 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 494 Independent Research IV
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Institute in Education Institutes in Education are designed as intensive courses.The topics are developed around current issues consistent with specific needs in the educational community. The requisite hours for a 3 credit graduate course are met and candidates are required to complete all assignments within three weeks of the final day the course meets. Candidates may take only one Institute as part of their master's degree. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDPC Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 664 Institute in Education
COMM Communications Integrated Marketing Communication An exploration and utilization of unifying marketing communication tools, from advertising and public relations to media production and packaging with the purpose of sending target audiences consistent, persuasive messages that promote company goals. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 COMM Communications COMM 775 Integrated Marketing Communication
MRKT Marketing International Marketing Presents a systematic treatment of marketing in a global setting, within the WTO-GATT trading regime. The impact of Cultural-Social-Demographic, Legal-Political, Competitive, Technological, and Economic trends on the international markets' attractiveness will be analyzed. Students will learn to develop STP and Marketing Mix schemes for various foreign market entry strategies, in a group project aimed at an assigned product/market combination. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 MRKT Marketing MRKT 710 International Marketing
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 MRKT Marketing MRKT 745 Internet Marketing
BUSIE Business Experiential 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. To be eligible, students must have sophomore or higher status and at least one semester in NYIT with 2.0 or better GPA. Course may be repeated. Approval of the Dean required. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes UGRD 0 BUSIE Business Experiential BUSIE 290 Internship
HRMT Human Resource Management Internship in Human Resources and Labor Relationship 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. Provides students with supervised professional experience in a human resources management or labor relations function in an outside organization. Students are expected to meet the professional standards of the organization to which they are assigned. A minimum of 150 hours of field experience is required. Students must meet regularly with their faculty field placement advisors. This course may be counted toward the specialization requirement. Grade will be pass or fail. See department for specific requirements and procedures. Completion of 9 graduate credits in the M.S. program and permission of the chair. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-3-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 874 Internship in Human Resources and Labor Relationship
EDLA Education Language Arts Intro to Linguistics for Bilingual & TESOL Education This course will provide an introduction to the scientific study of language, with a specific emphasis on areas relevant for bilingual and TESOL education. These areas will include phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Topics in linguistics related to issues of first and second language acquisition and language development and teaching will receive special emphasis. Theoretical and applied linguistic issues will be discussed through the analysis of English language output. Candidates will identify core elements of selected linguistic theories, to describe common components of selected language systems and to relate this knowledge to the linguistic characteristics they encounter in the second language classroom. 10 hours field observation and experience are required and integrated into the course. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL Show Classes GRAD 3 EDLA Education Language Arts EDLA 638 Intro to Linguistics for Bilingual & TESOL Education
ARCH Architecture Introduction to Architecture and Design An introduction to what architecture and design are, and what architects and designers do. Lectures, readings, and projects provide a general study of the theories, practices, and outcomes of the design professions and their influences on the evolution of human environments. This course is open to all students. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 2-3-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ARCH Architecture ARCH 100 Introduction to Architecture and Design
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 1.5-0-1.5 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 MRKT Marketing MRKT 501 Introduction to Marketing
ESLI English as a Second Language Listening & Speaking IV High Intermediate Academic English Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 042 Listening & Speaking IV
ESLI English as a Second Language Listening & Speaking V Advanced Academic English Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 052 Listening & Speaking V
QANT Quantitative Analysis Management Science 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 1.5-0-1.5 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 520 Management Science
EDCO Education Counseling Multicultural Issues in Counseling Candidates are introduced to the theory and practice for the delivery of counseling services to diverse student populations. Candidates will explore their values, biases, preconceived notions, and assumptions about human behavior, understanding of the worldview of culturally diverse clients, comfort with cultural differences, and practice of appropriate, relevant, sensitive, and ethical intervention strategies and skills for working with culturally different/diverse student populations. Counseling and advocacy strategies will be introduced to provide students with a conceptual and practical framework for working with culturally diverse populations in a respectful way. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 710 Multicultural Issues in Counseling
EDCO Education Counseling Multiculturalism and Counseling in a Global Context As communities become more diverse, it is increasingly important for school counselors to acquire the knowledge and skills essential to counseling diverse populations. In a study abroad context, candidates will study racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, and educational population characteristics in an immersion experience. Candidates will explore the broader definition of diversity including gender, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, ability and disability and developmental influences. Through readings, discussion, and field experiences, school counselor candidates will learn to apply multicultural theories and trends to the populations and cultural groups they serve in schools and communities. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 683 Multiculturalism and Counseling in a Global Context
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 1.5-0-1.5 OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 620 Multiple Criteria Decision Models
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 CSCI 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 CSCI 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 . Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3 JU|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 QANT 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 760 Operations Management Applications
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 4-0-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 PHYS 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-2-1 OW Show Classes UGRD 1 PHYS Physics PHYS 161 Physics II Laboratory
ARTJ Art (Special Projects) Portfolio Development Students will develop artworks in support of developing a solid first year portfolio for Computer Graphics and Graphic Design majors. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 1-1-1 MA Show Classes UGRD 1 ARTJ Art (Special Projects) ARTJ 100 Portfolio Development
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-3-3 OFFSI Show Classes GRAD 3 BUSIE Business Experiential BUSIE 702 Practicum
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 5-0-4 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 MATH Mathematics MATH 141 Precalculus
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ECON Economics ECON 204 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 MGMT 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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 1.5-0-1.5 MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 MGMT Management MGMT 501 Principles of Management
ESLI English as a Second Language Reading & Writing IV High Intermediate Academic English Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 040 Reading & Writing IV
ESLI English as a Second Language Reading & Writing V Advanced Academic English Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 050 Reading & Writing V
ESLI English as a Second Language Remedial English for ELI Students This course uses high-interest international content to prepare students for the English academic world, specifically with the EMBA Program at NYIT. The texts and activities encourage students to apply critical thinking skills as they engage in academic reading and writing and listening and speaking tasks across a range of disciplines. Each strand (Reading and Writing, Listening and Speaking) follows a parallel chapter structure that builds from asynchronous online components that include 40 hours of content/lecture and 80 hours of extension/activities. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 OL Show Classes UGRD 3 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 160 Remedial English for ELI Students
EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology Resource Allocation This course offers field based demonstrations and experience with technology applications for data management, planning, and evidence based decision making in schools. Candidates will also examine budgeting of information systems and network management systems for data storage, security, design, and maintenance requirements for decision making regarding resource allocation. Projects will demonstrate applications of data driven decision making including strategies for data analysis, resource allocation, and program evaluation. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OFFSI|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 840 Resource Allocation
EDIT Instructional Technology Role of Computer Coordinator The focus in this course is the role and responsibilities of the building level instructional technology educator/coordinator. Topics discussed include: planning for technology to meet educational priorities; professional development for integrating technology into teaching; national and state technology standards for students, teachers, facilitators and administrators; strategies for acquiring technology resources; and social, ethical, legal and human issues surrounding the use of technology. Final projects will address developing comprehensive plans for infusing instructional technology into curriculum and instruction. Field experiences are required and integrated into the course. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL|TU19 Show Classes GRAD 3 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 620 Role of Computer Coordinator
COMM Communications Seminar Special courses designed to cover areas of current professional interest or to fill special students needs. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 1-3-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 COMM Communications COMM 663 Seminar
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes UGRD 3 COMM Communications COMM 350 Seminar in Mass Communication Problems
QANT Quantitative Analysis Simulation Modeling This course shall highlight the use of mathematical modeling and optimization techniques applicable to decision-making situations in an organization. The topics to be discussed will include: stochastic inventory models, specialized linear programming models, integer programming, dynamic programming, game theory, network models and waiting lines. As part of the term project, students will be required to identify an opportunity, collect data, specify a model, and use decision making tools to find the most effective solution, perform sensitivity analysis, and develop an implementation plan. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 MA Show Classes GRAD 3 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 750 Simulation Modeling
CSCI Computer Science Special Topics I Critical study of theory and research related to advanced topics in computer science such as computer graphics, artificial intelligence, performance evaluation, advanced systems programming or topics in computability, automata theory, etc. The specific topics of the seminar will be determined by the interest of both the students and the instructor. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 460 Special Topics I
CSCI Computer Science Special Topics II Advanced topics in computer science of interest to both students and faculty will be covered. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OW Show Classes UGRD 3 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 470 Special Topics II
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 3-0-3 OL Show Classes UGRD 3 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 302 The Legacy of Socrates
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. Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours - Course Credits: 0-0-0 MA Show Classes GRAD 0 BUSIE Business Experiential BUSIE 650 Zero Credit Internship