Key to the Course Schedule

Use this key to the class schedule to view where classes meet and what technologies are required for students to participate fully in the class.

Campus Naming Convention

Campus or Location

Where Classes Meet

AB

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

BE

Beijing, China

MA

New York City (Manhattan)

OL

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to New York students, all majors

OLCE

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to students in the MS Childhood Education program

OLIT

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to students in the MS Instructional Technology program

OLSTM

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to students in the Advanced Certificate STEM Education program

OMGR

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to students in the NYITCOM graduate programs

OMGR

Online via Blackboard or Canvas – offered to students in the NYITCOM graduate programs

OW

Long Island (Old Westbury, NY)

OT

Other New York Tech locations

TU

Teacher Center/United Federation of Teachers 

VA

Vancouver, Canada

Class Naming Convention

The class name consists of three parts: subject, course number, and section.

Meaning

Example

Subject

Academic area of study.

MATH – Mathematics
BIOL – Biology

Course number

Generally this represents the  academic level of the course:

  • 100 level is taken by students in their first year or higher
  • 200 level is taken by students in their second year or higher, etc

MATH 115 - Introductory Concepts of Mathematics BIOL 210 – Human Gross Anatomy

Section

This indicates where classes meet and a section number.

  • The first character typically refers to campus
  • The numbers in the second and third position denote the section number such as 01, 02, etc
  • The character in the fourth position may be the letter D or L.
    • D indicates that a class is offered in a distance learning classroom equipped with the video conference tools where a professor and students are located in different campuses and interact with each other through a video.
    • L indicates that this is a laboratory class.

Use the section naming convention as a general guide.

MATH 115 W01

W – Old Westbury, Long Island

M – New York City, Manhattan

F – Online

W01 – this section meets in Long Island (Old Westbury, NY) and it is section #1

M02 – this section meets in New York City (Manhattan) and it is section #2

MATH 115 W01D – this class is a distance learning class offered on the Long Island, Old Westbury campus

BIOL 210 W01L – this class is a laboratory class offered on the Long Island, Old Westbury campus

Types of Online Activity

Online Activity

Explanation

Synchronous – happening at the same time

Students attend a lecture or participate in classroom activities in real-time, together with the professor or other students

Asynchronous – not happening at the same time

Students attend a lecture or participate in classroom activities on their own time, without real-time interactions with the professor or other students

Modes of Instruction

Download the Modes of Instruction

From time to time, circumstances may require an update to our class offerings. Students are encouraged to check their class schedule regularly for any changes to the time, day, location, or instruction mode of classes.