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If you want to take more credits, you can apply to an New York Tech degree program as a first-year, transfer, or graduate student, and the summer credits you earned can be applied to your degree. Fulfillment of prerequisites is optional for visiting students.

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  • Registration for Summer Session I courses remains open until May 28.
  • Registration for Summer Session II courses remains open until July 15.
  • Registration for Summer Session III courses remains open until June 8.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@nyit.edu.

*Note: Campus locations refer to the campus (e.g., Long Island) where courses would be held should they be offered face to face. At this time though, given the current environment, all summer courses are expected to be offered remotely for summer sessions 1, 2 and 3.

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Academic Level Credits Cost** Subject Course Name Course Title
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 PSYC Psychology PSYC 310 Abnormal Psychology
ARTB Art (Research) Academic Internship MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ARTB 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 Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 ACCT 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|OW|OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 ACCT Accounting ACCT 501 Accounting I
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 Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 651 Algorithm Concepts
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. OL|MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICLT Literature Core ICLT 308 American Contemporary Poetry: Self, Society, World
ARCH Architecture Analysis in Architecture The studio is based on analysis of significant architectural and / or urban form, on the premise that principles and elements that create the theoretical, conceptual and perceptual aspects of a building can be deduced from its analytic examination and can lead to an understanding of its complexity and meaning. While the scope of the course remains consistent, the topics vary from semester to semester. This course is intended to function as a possible alternative for studio ARCH 402 on campus, or for a travel studio setting, utilizing methods of direct observation, assessment, documentation and analysis of historically significant buildings and cities. Instructional methods include student documentation of research subjects through drawing, recording, diagramming and analysis. Additional methods may include physical and computer modeling. This course may substitute for ARCH 402 – Urban Design. Open to students in Bachelor of Architecture only. This course is repeatable. Enrollment requires permission of the Chairperson or Director. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $3,600.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 403 Analysis in Architecture
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICBS Behavioral Science Core ICBS 309 Anthropological Approaches to Health Seminar
ARCH Architecture Architectural Design I Design problems are given that deal with specific issues as they pertain to the generation and making of architectural form/space, i.e. program, site, structure, material, light, geometry; all of which are understood as sources and reference for spacial intervention/solution. Emphasis is on the generation and evaluation of the architectural part. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 5 $3,600.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 201 Architectural Design I
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 361 Architectural History and Theory Seminar
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. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MATH 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 $2,160.00 ECON 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 $3,600.00 WRIT Writing WRIT 110 Basic Writing and Reading for International Students
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 $2,880.00 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 215 Bio-Organic Chemistry
DTSC Data Science Biometrics Biometrics has emerged as an important tool for user identification and authentication in security-critical applications, both the physical and virtual world. At its core, biometrics is an application of machine learning and anomaly detection. This course introduces biometrics concepts by building on machine learning and anomaly detection, and shows how state-of-the-art machine learning techniques are currently applied to biometric authentication. The course covers core biometric topics, and discusses the innovations made in the past decade. The course also concentrates on emerging biometric applications and their privacy, security, and usability, implications in a networked society. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 DTSC Data Science DTSC 760 Biometrics
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 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 222 Building Construction II
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 $3,960.00 BUSI Business Subjects BUSI 650 Business Analytics & Decision Making
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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 BUSI 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|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 BUSI Business Subjects BUSI 510 Business Research Methods
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 $2,880.00 MATH 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 $2,880.00 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. MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 MATH Mathematics MATH 260 Calculus III
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 College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. OW|MA Show Classes UGRD 2 $1,440.00 ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 105 Career Discovery
HOSP Hospitality Casino & Gaming Strategies This course provides the insights into casino gaming and operations. The focus is on game probability, rules, strategies, and performance rating systems. In addition, key casino performance indicators, marketing theories and applications, financial controls are addressed in detail. Casino organization and culture and the context of gambling development in America is discussed. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 145 Casino & Gaming Strategies
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 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 362 City Planning
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. OL|MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 FCWR Foundations of Writing FCWR 304 Communication for Technical Professions
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 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 Human Resource Management HRMT 883 Comprehensive Examination
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 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 327 Computer Aided Construction Drawings
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 $3,960.00 CSCI 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 $3,960.00 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 641 Computer Architecture I
INCS Info, Network & Comp Security Computer Forensics Computer forensics is concerned with the post- analysis of computer systems that have already been compromised. Forensic tools and techniques combine information accumulated from various systems to reconstruct the behaviors and actions of cyber criminals. Computer forensics focuses on the reconstruction of events that have led to system corruption, with the goals of recovering critical data, aiding authorities in tracking those who may have caused the security breach, and learning techniques used by hackers to improve the protection of systems and prevent similar breaches in the future. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 INCS Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 712 Computer Forensics
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 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 670 Computer Graphics
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 $2,160.00 CSCI 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 $3,960.00 CSCI 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 $2,160.00 CSCI 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 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 504 Computer Programming II
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Computer, Internet and Society This course covers the impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society. Topics include the history of computing, advances caused by computers, ethical and legal issues related to computing, privacy, security, social media and internet technologies. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 108 Computer, Internet and Society
EDCO Education Counseling Consultation: School and Community School counselor education candidates acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to function as a consultant, a primary function of the school counselor. A comprehensive model of school consultation will be presented and the candidate will implement this model in a school setting with classroom teachers and pupil services personnel, and additionally with community agency staff. Particular emphasis will be placed on consultation with parents, teachers, and mental health providers in the schools and in community based organizations. Candidates will learn to select appropriate strategies for use with diverse populations including families and school and community agency staff. This course requires ten hours of field experience. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 635 Consultation: School and Community
EDIT Instructional Technology Core I - Virtual Learning This course provides candidates with a foundation in the conceptual rationale for virtual education delivery systems. Candidates will explore web-based technologies for instructional delivery of online course content for K-12 virtual education courses and programs. Candidates will adapt technology tools to accommodate differentiated learning needs and to facilitate interaction and discourse. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 652 Core I - Virtual Learning
EDIT Instructional Technology Core II - Virtual Learning Applications This advanced course in virtual education provides experience in virtual education applications in which candidates develop instructional lessons plans and deliver virtual learning instructional units for diverse K-12 students. Each unit will include an interactive development process specified learning outcomes, assessments and resource materials to support learning in a virtual web-based learning environment. OL|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 654 Core II - Virtual Learning Applications
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICPH 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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICSS 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 Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 FINC Finance FINC 760 Corporate Financial Decision Making
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Critical Issues in the Food Supply The focus of this course is on understanding the wide ranging effects of the American food system. Selected issues will include changes in food consumption patterns over the last century, changes in nutrient profile of foods, new technologies for home and institutional food preparation, and the effect of modern agribusiness upon the environment. Emphasis is on the influence of cultural diversity, fast foods, and other factors on the American dietary intake. OL Show Classes GRAD 2 $2,640.00 CLNU Clinical Nutrition CLNU 630 Critical Issues in the Food Supply
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 $3,960.00 ARTB Art (Research) ARTB 651 Critical Thinking and Writing About the Arts
EDCO Education Counseling Cultural Mediation Cultural similarities and differences can influence the theory and practice of mediation. Through rigorous analysis, real-time applications, and technology resources, candidates will develop skills in effective facilitative problem-solving mediation that respectfully incorporates the impact of culture and cultural differences on conflict and its resolution. Candidates will engage in an overview of mediation philosophies, approaches, principles, and ethical guidelines which complement counseling and educational program philosophies and interventions. Candidates will focus on developing intercultural competence including acquiring strategies for responding appropriately to people of diverse backgrounds. Course topics will guide participants to explore their personal relationship to conflict, culture, and intervention in order to bridge communication challenges and disputes impacted by cultural considerations. TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 685 Cultural Mediation
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 $2,160.00 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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 507 Data Structures
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 $3,600.00 AAID 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 Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 870 Design Project I
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MATH Mathematics MATH 320 Differential Equations
HRMT Human Resource Management Directed Studies The course facilitates individual or group study into selected human resource management or labor relations topics. The content focuses student efforts into a specialization supported by a faculty member but not covered in existing courses. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 882 Directed Studies
MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences Dissertation Research OM Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences MBSC 999 Dissertation Research
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. OL|TU17|TU08 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 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. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDSE Education - Special Education EDSE 613 Educational Assessment for Individuals with Exceptionalities
EDCO Education Counseling Educational Law, Policy and Ethics This course is a survey of the ethical, legal, and professional issues facing the school counselor. School counselors function in an environment regulated by state and federal laws, course decisions, certification and school board rules. Using case scenarios, students will explore and demystify some of the legal complexities of counseling minors in schools by resolving these cases through the application of the ASCA and ACA codes of ethic, federal law, case law, state statues, community standards and school board rules. Counselors will increase their understanding and applications of laws and the ASCA and ACA codes of ethics and standards of practice to situations that have occurred in the context of school, and further the protection of the students, parents, and the counselor. Professional issues such as staff development, professional organization, and advocacy for the profession will also be examined. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 835 Educational Law, Policy and Ethics
EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology Educational Research and Evaluation This course has three major objectives. The first is to develop an awareness of the various research methodologies commonly employed in educational research and in the social sciences. Included in this are the types of data collection, data analysis, interpretation and corresponding generalization of findings. Second, the course is intended to help the student become a better consumer and critic of the research as reported in the literature. Third, the candidate will become familiar with the research and related literature in their particular specialization and technology. This is an introductory survey course with major emphasis on the types of empirical research methods, procedures, instrumentation and other forms of data collection, and analysis associated with both quantitative and qualitative research. OFFSI|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 810 Educational Research and Evaluation
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 212 Electrical Circuits I and Engineering Tools
TEVE Television Electronic Field Production This workshop-project approach provides experience and skill in location techniques. A production team project is generally required including drama, music, and documentary. Extensive laboratory hours will be scheduled outside class sessions. MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,280.00 TEVE Television TEVE 710 Electronic Field Production
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Engineering & Computer Science Internship OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $720.00 ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 365 Engineering & Computer Science Internship
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 Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 107 Engineering Chemistry I
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MENG Mechanical Engineering MENG 211 Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)
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 $2,160.00 ICSS Social Science Core ICSS 301 Environmental History
ENGY Energy Management Environmental Policy Seminar The social, ethical, political and economic dimensions of environmental issues are explored to provide a balanced framework for policy development. Criteria and objectives for environmental policy are related to the roles of individuals, businesses, and government. Technology, energy utilization, and natural resource management are viewed from the perspective of citizen participation, ecological lifestyles, sustainable societies, global consequences of human activities are examined in the context of international relations, Third World development, and the worldwide environmental movement. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENGY Energy Management ENGY 660 Environmental Policy Seminar
ENVT Environmental Technology Environmental Practicum Students enrolled in this course are expected to perform a minimum of 150 hours of professional service per term in an environmental organization including manufacturing, transportation, consulting, government, or non-profit public service corporation. Conferences and meetings will be held with students and their supervisor. Note: This course will be in addition to those courses required for the degree. OW Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,320.00 ENVT Environmental Technology ENVT 765 Environmental Practicum
ENVT Environmental Technology Environmental Research and Statistics This course provides a comprehensive approach to conducting relevant and publication-level research in the environmental sciences. Utilization of software such as Matlab and R to conduct in-depth data analyses will provide the students with valuable skillsets. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENVT Environmental Technology ENVT 780 Environmental Research and Statistics
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 107 Environmental Sciences
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. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 304 Ethics and Social Philosophy
MGMTE Management Experiential Experiential Based Learning: Practicum in Management 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. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MGMTE Management Experiential MGMTE 480 Experiential Based Learning: Practicum in Management
PROD Production Experiential Model: Film/TV Production Company MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 PROD Production PROD 430 Experiential Model: Film/TV Production Company
EDCO Education Counseling Extended Supervision OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $500.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 875 Extended Supervision
ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci Externship for the Technical Professions MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,320.00 ETCS Engineering Tech & Comp Sci ETCS 670 Externship for the Technical Professions
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 $2,160.00 ARCH 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 $1,440.00 ARCH 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 $720.00 ARCH 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|MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 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. OL|MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,280.00 COMM Communications COMM 640 Externship Program
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. OL|MA Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,280.00 COMM Communications COMM 645 Externship Program
ENGY Energy Management Facility Security and Contingency Planning In this course we examine the technical and legal requirements for emergency planning at power plants and various other energy facilities. Security concerns are identified, and effective response strategies are presented. Among the topics covered are access control, hazard classifications, evacuation plans, and backup power equipment. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENGY Energy Management ENGY 630 Facility Security and Contingency Planning
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. OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 FINC Finance FINC 501 Finance
HOSP Hospitality Food Culture and Contemporary Issues This course will examine a broad range of food systems within various global destinations and how they are influenced by current economic, demographic, environmental, social and ethical trends. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 730 Food Culture and Contemporary Issues
EDIT Instructional Technology Foundations I: Philosophy and Technology of Education Foundational research on the integration of instructional technologies in teaching, training, and learning enables the candidate to consider the social, psychological, and technical milieu of the digital medium in the second millennium. The candidate explores, through primary source literature and digital artifacts, the continuum of thought that frames the past, present, and future understanding of instructional technology within education, corporate, personal, and societal contexts. This exploration leads to the candidate's final project: a rigorous, web based, well documented personal philosophy of instructional technology incorporating a variety of digital media artifacts. In this course, candidates will initiate their web based professional portfolio for the program. 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 experiences are required and integrated into the course. OL|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 603 Foundations I: Philosophy and Technology of Education
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. OL|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 EDPC Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 603 Foundations I: Philosophy of Education
EDBL Education Bilingual Ed Foundations I: Principles and Practice In Bilingual/ESL Candidates focus on the history, theory, and rationale for bilingual education and English as a second language to teaching speakers of languages other than English. Candidates investigate current research on the effectiveness of these methods and use the World Wide Web to access instructional materials and engage in conversations with Bilingual/ESL teachers. OL|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDBL Education Bilingual Ed EDBL 603 Foundations I: Principles and Practice In Bilingual/ESL
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. OL|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDPC 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. OL|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 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. OL|MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 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. OL|MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 FCSP Foundations of Speech FCSP 105 Foundations of Speech Communication
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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MATH Mathematics MATH 151 Fundamentals of Calculus
MATH Mathematics Fundamentals of Precalculus I MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 MATH Mathematics MATH 135 Fundamentals of Precalculus I
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 BIOL 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. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 BIOL 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. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 110 General Chemistry I
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 $2,880.00 PHYS 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 $2,880.00 PHYS Physics PHYS 180 General Physics 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 $2,160.00 ICLT Literature Core ICLT 320 Global Literature and Human Rights
PSCI Political Science Government and Business A consideration of relationships between business enterprise and the societal and political milieu in which these enterprises operate. New concepts in business ethics and corporate responsibility. Government regulation of business activity. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 PSCI Political Science PSCI 355 Government and Business
ARTB Art (Research) Graduate Research Assistantship Each graduate student will coordinate with their thesis advisory committee to obtain an assistantship, internship, or externship to work directly with artists or appropriate industry professionals. Results of work experiences gained will be reviewed and discussed in depth with thesis advisors. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ARTB Art (Research) ARTB 702 Graduate Research Assistantship
ESLI English as a Second Language Grammar IV High Intermediate Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $895.00 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 044 Grammar IV
ESLI English as a Second Language Grammar V Advanced Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $895.00 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 054 Grammar V
COMM Communications Guided Project OL|MA Show Classes UGRD 2 $1,440.00 COMM Communications COMM 452 Guided Project
COMM Communications Guided Project in Communication Arts Select students may pursue an independent or group project under the guidance of faculty in order to develop specific competencies related to their degree program. Advisement procedures may also ascertain the need for such a course for particular students. This contractual arrangement must be filed with and approved by the dean. One credit of Guided Project is equal to three hours of academic work per week for 15 weeks. OL|MA Show Classes GRAD 1 $1,320.00 COMM Communications COMM 701 Guided Project in Communication Arts
COMM Communications Guided Project in Communication Arts Select students may pursue an independent or group project under the guidance of faculty in order to develop specific competencies related to their degree program. Advisement procedures may also ascertain the need for such a course for particular students. This contractual arrangement must be filed with and approved by the dean. One credit of Guided Project is equal to three hours of academic work per week for 15 weeks. OL|MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 703 Guided Project in Communication Arts
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 $2,160.00 HSCI Health Science HSCI 425 Health Information Management
PSCI Political Science History of Political Thought A study of the historical and theoretical underpinnings to current political ideologies, starting with the Greek city state and the political theories of Plato and Aristotle, continuing with the Roman, Medieval and Renaissance contributions to political thought and culminating in the radical political theories of the 19th and 20th centuries. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 PSCI Political Science PSCI 220 History of Political Thought
HOSP Hospitality Hospitality Internship- Zero Credit The opportunity to work in a hospitality environment to gain practical experience, increase professionalism, develop a basic understanding of the hospitality environment, and sharpen career focus. To be eligible, students must have sophomore or higher status and have completed at least one semester in NYIT with a 2.0 or higher GPA. MA Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 255 Hospitality Internship- Zero Credit
HOSP Hospitality Hospitality Managerial Analysis Application of accounting techniques relating to the hospitality industry with concentration in financial statements, internal control, payroll, and cost accounting. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 260 Hospitality Managerial Analysis
EDPC Education Pedagogical Core Human Growth, and Development and Learning for Early Childhood, Childhood and Adolescence Education Candidates study human growth and explore the relationship of cognitive, social, and emotional development to student learning in the early childhood, childhood and adolescence classroom. The candidates explore research and applications of learning and motivational theories, contemporary influences, and examine literacy and study skills in the area of learner development. Candidates analyze and prescribe interventions to case studies that reflect their knowledge of the developmental stages of the learner. Learner motivation and learning strategies for diverse learners are developed. Candidates investigate the impact of assessment, diversity and the integration of technology on student learning in the classroom. In addition, candidates reflect on the influences of family, school, society, historical, cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic factors on student learning. OL|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDPC Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 615 Human Growth, and Development and Learning for Early Childhood, Childhood and Adolescence Education
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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 887 Human Resource Management Seminar
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 101 Humanity and the Biological Universe
PHYS Physics Humanity and the Physical Universe A survey course utilizing inquiry based strategies in the physical sciences for non-science students. This course examines a broad range of topics including: Newtonian mechanics, electricity, magnetism, sound, optics, heat, energy and power, earth science including weather and climate, modern physics and the solar system. The interactions between physical science and technology and their impact up on society and the quality of life will be considered. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 PHYS Physics PHYS 115 Humanity and the Physical Universe
BIOL Biology Independent Research I OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $720.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 491 Independent Research I
CHEM Chemistry Independent Research IV An advanced biomedical project under the supervision of a faculty member. OL|MA Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 CHEM Chemistry CHEM 494 Independent Research IV
BIOL Biology Independent Research IV OL Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 494 Independent Research IV
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 $1,320.00 CLNU Clinical Nutrition CLNU 787 Independent Study I
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MIST Management Information Systems MIST 315 Information Systems
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. OL|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDPC Education Pedagogical Core EDPC 664 Institute in Education
DSGN Interior Design Interior Design Internship MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 DSGN Interior Design DSGN 290 Interior Design Internship
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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MRKT Marketing MRKT 710 International 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. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 0 $0.00 BUSIE Business Experiential BUSIE 290 Internship
ARCH Architecture Internship MA Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 883 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. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 HRMT Human Resource Management HRMT 874 Internship in Human Resources and Labor Relationship
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 $3,960.00 ENGY Energy Management ENGY 830 Internship Program
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. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDLA Education Language Arts EDLA 638 Intro to Linguistics for Bilingual & TESOL Education
ADVG Advertising Introduction to Advertising This course provides a comprehensive survey of modern advertising covering the major media: online, print, radio and television. Media are compared for their utility, impact and effectiveness as vehicles for advertising. Principles of good advertising copy and production are emphasized as are advertising ethics. Required of advertising majors. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ADVG Advertising ADVG 101 Introduction to Advertising
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. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 100 Introduction to Architecture and Design
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 NTSI Nutritional Science NTSI 201 Introduction to Clinical Nutrition Practice
ENVT Environmental Technology Introduction to Environmental Technology MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENVT Environmental Technology ENVT 601 Introduction to Environmental Technology
JOUR Journalism Introduction to Journalism This course provides a survey of evolution of the American press and its influence in our democratic society. Freedom of the press and social responsibilities are emphasized along with the professional goals, qualities, and ethics of a journalist. Technical developments and organizational structure in print and broadcast journalism are also explored. Various types and styles of journalism and profiles of prominent journalists are covered through a survey of literature. Career opportunities in journalism are also discussed. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 JOUR Journalism JOUR 101 Introduction to Journalism
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 $2,160.00 MRKT 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|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 MRKT Marketing MRKT 501 Introduction to Marketing
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 $2,160.00 PHYS Physics PHYS 225 Introduction to Modern Physics
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 PSYC Psychology PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences Laboratory Rotation I OM Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences MBSC 921 Laboratory Rotation I
MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences Laboratory Rotation II OM Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences MBSC 922 Laboratory Rotation II
MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences Laboratory Rotation III OM Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MBSC Medical & Biological Sciences MBSC 923 Laboratory Rotation III
EDIT Instructional Technology Language Arts & Technology OL|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 614 Language Arts & Technology
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|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 MATH Mathematics MATH 310 Linear Algebra
ESLI English as a Second Language Listening & Speaking IV High Intermediate Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $1,800.00 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 042 Listening & Speaking IV
ESLI English as a Second Language Listening & Speaking V Advanced Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $1,800.00 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 052 Listening & Speaking V
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. OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 MIST 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 $2,160.00 MGMT Management MGMT 350 Management of Healthcare Organizations
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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 520 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 GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 ACCT Accounting ACCT 510 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 $3,960.00 ECON Economics ECON 601 Managerial Economics for Decision Making
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Mannequin Patient Simulator Workshop Course This workshop will prepare students to educate and assess skills with patient simulators, specifically part-task trainers and full body manikins. It will review how patient simulators are used in health care education, how to develop patient simulator scenarios, and provide basic maintenance of patient simulator scenarios, and carrying out these scenarios. OWNG Show Classes GRAD 2 $2,640.00 MSME Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 757 Mannequin Patient Simulator Workshop Course
MRKT Marketing Marketing Communication and Promotion Presents an integrated framework useful for understanding the role and uses of promotion within the context of the marketing mix. The emphasis will be on the utilization of communication theories in the development of tactical and strategic promotional programs. The successful completion of the course should enable the student to contribute to the development and implementation of the major components of promotional strategy, (e.g., advertising, selling, sales promotions, and public relations). Current trends in media will be examined with a strong emphasis on new media, including search, social, mobile, and the Internet. Students will gain experience in analyzing new marketing opportunities and develop appropriate plans to leverage the strengths of traditional and emerging platforms for promotion. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MRKT Marketing MRKT 715 Marketing Communication and Promotion
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. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 EENG Electrical Engineering EENG 890 Master's Thesis I
MENG Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Thesis OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MENG Mechanical Engineering MENG 661 Mechanical Engineering Thesis
COMM Communications Media and Culture An exploration of the role of media in the popular culture and in society in terms of the interaction of media and culture. The media's role in reflecting society and, in turn, the shaping of media practice by society will be explored. Reading will include an examination of major works on public opinion and public policy. Required of all students. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 630 Media and Culture
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 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 650 Media and the Law
COMM Communications Media Law and Ethics OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 COMM Communications COMM 330 Media Law and Ethics
COMM Communications Media Research This course is designed to familiarize the student with the basic research techniques (quantitative, qualitative, background research for creative projects, content analysis, opinion, and audience research) used in the areas of public information, television, film, and instructional communications. It introduces the students to the professional literature of their fields of specialization and to the skills necessary to read and interpret it. Required of all students. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 620 Media Research
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 235 Microbiology
CTEC Computer Technology Mobile Application Design and Development MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 CTEC Computer Technology CTEC 315 Mobile Application Design and Development
EDTR Education Training Mobile Learning Candidates will apply concepts, theories and techniques to design and develop mobile learning environments. The course includes four unites: (1) survey of current mobile learning technologies, (2) examining the connection to learning theories and the theoretical foundation of ubiquitous learning, (3) exploring the interface design considerations of mobile training modules, and (4) design a mobile device based training module. Candidates will apply the instructional design process to plan, design, develop, implement and evaluate a complete mobile-based instruction that maximizes teaching and learning. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDTR Education Training EDTR 670 Mobile Learning
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 $3,960.00 MENG Mechanical Engineering MENG 660 MS Mechanical Engineering Research
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. OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 889 MS Thesis I
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. TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 710 Multicultural Issues in Counseling
EDIT Instructional Technology Multimedia/Authoring Candidates design and develop a computer based or web based interactive instructional system using multimedia authoring tools. Candidates develop documentation required for using the product and strategies for integrating multimedia applications into their own instructional contexts to meet the diverse learning needs of their audience. OL|TU17|TU08 Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 610 Multimedia/Authoring
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 $2,160.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 260 Nutrition and Diet Therapy
BIOL Biology Nutrition and Society An introduction to the principles of nutrition in food management. Includes food customs, patterns and habits, nutrients in foods, applied nutrition, and world nutrition problems and programs. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 103 Nutrition and Society
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Nutrition Oncology The process of carcinogenesis will be reviewed to provide the foundation needed to address the role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of cancer. The course will provide challenging discussions about controversies in dietary exposure assessment using questionnaires and biological markers in cancer risk assessment. The course will also explore the biology of nutrition and cancer including nutrigenomics, nutrigenetics, epigenetics, and energy balance. Further, the evidence from specific foods, macronutrients, micronutrients, dietary trace metals, and other food constituents will be explored. OL Show Classes GRAD 4 $5,280.00 CLNU Clinical Nutrition CLNU 779 Nutrition Oncology
CLNU Clinical Nutrition Nutritional Pharmacology For the major classes of drugs currently used in medical therapy, this course will review absorption, distribution, pharmacokinetics, metabolism, and excretion. Interactions with nutrients and dietary constituents at any point in these processes, as well as known and potential drug-nutrient-food relationships, dose response considerations, and potential toxicity, will be discussed. Drug nutrient interaction risk will be explored for the patient on parenteral nutrition support, the ambulatory nutrient-compromised patient, and the nutrient-replete patient. Specific, commonly prescribed drugs, together with their specific interactions with food and nutrients, will be covered. The course will provide a mechanistic, rather than an encyclopedic approach, to provide students the tools to assess potential drug-nutrient interactions in new drugs as they are introduced. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 CLNU Clinical Nutrition CLNU 772 Nutritional Pharmacology
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 $2,160.00 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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 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 . MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 760 Operations Management Applications
BIOL Biology Pathophysiology OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 BIOL Biology BIOL 312 Pathophysiology
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Patient Safety Issues & Patient Simulations Patient safety is one of the nation's most pressing health-care challenges. This course will familiarize students with the issues of patient safety in the health care system. It will examine the most common causes of medical errors, from clinical cased errors to systemic (hospital-based) errors. It will also familiarize students with the national organizations dedicated to improving patient safety. It will review the role patient simulations have played in creating a climate of patient safety. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MSME Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 657 Patient Safety Issues & Patient Simulations
PHYS Physics Physics for the Modern Architect The course will cover basic physical principles relating to current architectural practice. A broad spectrum of topics will be covered, primarily in classical physics to include: Units, Vectors, Motion, Statics, Work, Energy, Heat, Electricity, Sound and Light. The emphasis will be conceptual and required mathematical skills will be college algebra and trigonometry. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 PHYS Physics PHYS 136 Physics for the Modern Architect
ARTJ Art (Special Projects) Portfolio Development MA Show Classes UGRD 1 $720.00 ARTJ Art (Special Projects) ARTJ 100 Portfolio Development
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. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENGY Energy Management ENGY 710 Power Plant Systems
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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 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. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 4 $2,880.00 MATH 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|OW|OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ECON 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. OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 ECON 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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ECON 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. OL Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 ECON 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 $2,160.00 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. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 1.5 $1,980.00 MGMT Management MGMT 501 Principles of Management
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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 300 Production and Operations Management
CSCI Computer Science Project I Independent research project. Prior approval by a project advisor needed. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 870 Project I
ESLI English as a Second Language Reading & Writing IV High Intermediate Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $1,800.00 ESLI English as a Second Language ESLI 040 Reading & Writing IV
ESLI English as a Second Language Reading & Writing V Advanced Academic English MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $1,800.00 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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 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. OFFSI|TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDLT Educat Leadership & Technology EDLT 840 Resource Allocation
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 $2,160.00 ICLT Literature Core ICLT 315 Revolution! From Within & Without: The Art and Literature of Social Change
ICSS Social Science Core Revolution! Theory, History, and Culture Culture This course will explore the complex origins, evolution and nature of political revolutions in the modern world. Using an intensive interdisciplinary approach that synthesizes political theory, historical sociology, primary historical documents, literature, journalism and visual arts, the course will examine both the form and content of revolutions from various, and at times opposing, analytical frameworks with the purpose of ultimately determining if there exists one paramount model for defining, classifying and predicting a revolution. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICSS Social Science Core ICSS 312 Revolution! Theory, History, and Culture Culture
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. OL|TU19 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDIT Instructional Technology EDIT 620 Role of Computer Coordinator
EDCO Education Counseling School Violence Prevention and Student Behavior Management Candidates will explore the issues of student behavior that results in violent and aggressive actions. The development of violent tendencies is examined, including the medical/biological, psychological and social theories of aggression and violence. Particular focus is placed on understanding the risk factors of aggression and violence within regular, special education and inclusion classrooms. Candidates explore the current approaches to intervention with at risk students, and discuss prevention strategies that can be implemented in regular, special education and inclusion classes in order to minimize the risk of violence. The legal issues involved are presented to help candidates understand the role of school personnel in minimizing risk to students and staff, and also intervening with those students in regular, special education and inclusion classes who are at risk for violent and aggressive behavior. As part of the curriculum, each participant will develop a Crisis Intervention and Prevention Plan as a potential model that can be implemented within a school district/building. TU22|TU17 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 725 School Violence Prevention and Student Behavior Management
COMM Communications Seminar Special courses designed to cover areas of current professional interest or to fill special students needs. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 663 Seminar
ICSS Social Science Core Seminar in Economics of Sustainable Growth This course examines issues involved in sustainable development. The significant contribution that economic analysis can make in understanding the nature of problems in sustainable development and in providing possible solutions is the central focus of the course. The role that economic and political institutions play in allocating natural resources is examined. Students are exposed to a number of emerging sustainability issues including global warming and given ample opportunities to develop their own perspective. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICSS Social Science Core ICSS 308 Seminar in Economics of Sustainable Growth
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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 COMM Communications COMM 350 Seminar in Mass Communication Problems
ENGY Energy Management Seminar in New Products and Technology Designed to emphasize the emerging products and technologies. New energy conservation equipment, generation and transmission equipment, and process and HVAC control equipment will be discussed with the help of vendor catalogs and guest lecturers. Typical term project will include comparing all the available techniques and/or products for performing a certain function. MA|OW Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ENGY Energy Management ENGY 725 Seminar in New Products and Technology
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. MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 470 Senior Seminar Capstone
SBES Small Business Small Business and Entrepreneurial Creation A comprehensive examination of required skills, resources and techniques needed to transform an idea into a successful business enterprise. Students are introduced to a series of practical issues in the formation of a new business as well as evaluating whether a new product or service has market, financial, and management viability within the current economic environment. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 SBES Small Business SBES 310 Small Business and Entrepreneurial Creation
ARCH Architecture Special Studies in Architecture Study on topics of interest in architectural design and structures. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 291 Special Studies in Architecture
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. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 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. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 CSCI Computer Science CSCI 470 Special Topics II
MSME Med Healthcare Simulation Standardized Patient Case Checklist Development Workshop This course will prepare students to educate with standardized patients. It will review how to prepare standardized patients for medical education and skills assessment, ho to develop standardized patient "cases", and clinical skills documentation. The workshop will culminate with students participating in a standardized patient development workshop, where they will be tasked with creating 2 standardized patient cases and appropriate assessment documentation. OWNG Show Classes GRAD 2 $2,640.00 MSME Med Healthcare Simulation MSME 751 Standardized Patient Case Checklist Development Workshop
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 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 211 Statics and Strength of Materials
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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 QANT Quantitative Analysis QANT 201 Statistical Sampling Theory
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 $3,960.00 MGMT Management MGMT 650 Strategic Leadership Capstone
MRKT Marketing Strategic Marketing & Branding MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 MRKT Marketing MRKT 620 Strategic Marketing & Branding
ARCH Architecture Studio Workshop Investigation of selected topics in architectural design. OW Show Classes UGRD 1 $720.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 294 Studio Workshop
ARCH Architecture Survey History of Architecture II Addresses the development of the modern movement in architecture from the built and theoretical work of Boullee and Ledoux in the 18th century to buildings by 20th century masters such as Frank Lloyd Wright, LeCorbusier, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Alvar Aalto, and Louis Kahn. Changes in the form and the development of modern building types are discussed in relation to the new technological, social, political, and economic circumstances to which they respond. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ARCH Architecture ARCH 162 Survey History of Architecture II
EDBL Education Bilingual Ed Teaching Content in Bilingual/Multilingual Classroom This course is an examination of various techniques and materials being used to teach content area subject matter in ESL/TESOL bilingual education programs. Other topics of discussion include language assessment and adaptation of materials to the learner's language proficiency and cultural experience, application of major theories and research related to the structure and acquisition of language to help English language learners' (Ells') develop language and literacy and achieve in the content areas. 20 hours field observation and experience are required and integrated into the course. OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,710.00 EDBL Education Bilingual Ed EDBL 605 Teaching Content in Bilingual/Multilingual Classroom
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. OL|MA Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 IENG Industrial Engineering IENG 400 Technology and Global Issues
ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core The Birth of Philosophy and Science An interdisciplinary philosophy seminar that will introduce the students to the origins and basic ideas of the earliest Greek philosophers. The course will deal with their contributions to philosophical thought and the scientific understanding of the universe. The seminar will address a variety of disciplines that include philosophy, history, astronomy, cosmology, mathematics, and physics, disciplines that can be abundantly found in the writings and theories of the Presocratics. From Thales of Miletus in the early sixth century BCE to Democritus in the fifth century the course will present the students their attempts to understand the nature of reality and the universe. The course will require active participation on the part of the students and a series of written reports. MA|OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 303 The Birth of Philosophy and Science
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|OW|OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICPH 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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICPH Philosophy and Ethics Core ICPH 301 The Philosophy of Human Nature
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICBS Behavioral Science Core ICBS 305 The Psychology of Gender Identity
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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICLT Literature Core ICLT 319 The Simple Art of Murder: the Literature of Detection and the Private "I"
EDLI Education Literacy Theory and Practice of Literacy Instruction Candidates review the theories and principles of student's language and literacy development from emergent to accomplished reading and writing. Candidates learn methods and strategies for teaching literacy to all learners including those with diverse learning needs. A major premise of the course is that literacy instruction is a decision making process, grounded in research and practically based framework. Candidates must demonstrate their ability to apply teaching strategies in literacy education with early childhood, childhood or middle school learners. Field observations and experiences are required and integrated into the course. This course is a prerequisite to EDLI 636 (Diagnosis and Remediation of Literacy Disorders) and EDLI 637 (Reading in the Content Areas). OL Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDLI Education Literacy EDLI 635 Theory and Practice of Literacy Instruction
ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) Thesis Orientation Students will learn to write about the critical evaluation of their project and all supporting research, development, and project plans. The written thesis and supporting documentation will be presented to the faculty for final review. In the thesis exhibition, students will present their work in a professional manner. The exhibition will give candidates the opportunity to display their work and projects for public viewing. After fulfilling all master thesis requirements, the student becomes a candidate for graduation. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 801 Thesis Orientation
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 $3,960.00 ARTC Art (Computer Graphic) ARTC 851 Thesis Proposal
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 $3,960.00 INCS Info, Network & Comp Security INCS 810 Topics in Computer Security
NURS Nursing Transcultural Nursing II: Adult Health This didactic course expands and applies the principles developed in Transcultural Nursing I: Adult Health. Continued study of nursing care for adult patients with alterations in physiological integrity, emphasizing promoting clinical reasoning skills best practices and patient safety. Students learn to provide high quality, client centered care within a cultural context, using the nursing process to promote optimal wellbeing. Developmental focus is on the middle-aged adult. OW Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 NURS Nursing NURS 360 Transcultural Nursing II: Adult Health
EDCO Education Counseling Trauma and Crisis Counseling: Intervention, Practice and Theory This course examines the impact of crises, disasters, and other traumatic events on individuals of various developmental levels. An emphasis is placed on dealing with trauma in children and adolescents as it relates to their school, families, and community. Course participants will be introduced to strategies and interventions for working with a population in crisis and dealing with trauma as an aftermath. Topics include: the physiological effect of trauma on individuals and community, suicide and suicide prevention, PTSD in children, death and bereavement, divorce, children and sexual abuse, crisis intervention and trauma in schools, evidence based interventions and treatments for trauma recovery, and self assessment for vicarious trauma and selfcare strategies for the counselor. TU01 Show Classes GRAD 3 $1,395.00 EDCO Education Counseling EDCO 703 Trauma and Crisis Counseling: Intervention, Practice and Theory
HOSP Hospitality Travel and Tourism The introductory principles, practices and philosophies of the travel and tourism industry. Areas of concentration include sociology and psychology of tourism, tourism and demand, development and research, and marketing and tourism. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 HOSP Hospitality HOSP 105 Travel and Tourism
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 $2,160.00 AAID Architecture/Interior Design AAID 240 Visualization II
COMM Communications Vocabulary of the Media Critic This course is designed to provide the student with the critical vocabulary used by media critics in discussing and evaluating non-technological aspects of the various media. Material will be drawn from philosophy, psychology, semantics, aesthetics, and literary criticism. Required of all students. MA Show Classes GRAD 3 $3,960.00 COMM Communications COMM 610 Vocabulary of the Media Critic
ICLT Literature Core Women,Technology and Art This course takes the nature of experiment as its subject, considering the ways women have shaped the art of the novel, poetic form, science fiction, visual art, graphic narratives, and the tech industry. Out case studies range from popular and classic texts to performances and films. Analyzing various forms of media, students will experiment in print and online, writing essays and creating digital projects. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 ICLT Literature Core ICLT 331 Women,Technology and Art
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 $2,160.00 FCWR 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. OL Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 FCWR 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 Show Classes UGRD 3 $2,160.00 FCWR 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|OW Show Classes GRAD 0 $0.00 BUSIE Business Experiential BUSIE 650 Zero Credit Internship