Yeshiva University offers courses on-campus and online during the summer semester. Summer classes are open to current YU students, visiting students from other colleges and universities, and current high school junior and seniors. Visit www.yu.edu/summer for more information, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Instructions for Requesting Approval of Outside Course
Complete the Request for Outside Courses form, which can obtained in person from the Office of the Registrar or downloaded here.
The form must be approved by the Office of the Registrar and the Office of the Dean before you register for the course.
If a course is not on the pre-approved list below, then you may contact the designated faculty in that department for approval. Contact the designated faculty with the following information: name of the school, course title, course code, dates/length of the summer session, course description, summer course syllabus, if it is being taught online or in person. NOTE: Pre-approved courses on the list that were previously delivered in person that will now be delivered online still need approval.
If the faculty member approves the course, forward/print the approval with your Request for Outside Courses to the Registrar’s Office.
After the summer session is completed, you must request that an official transcript from the institution you attended be sent to:
Office of the Registrar
215 Lexington Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Once we receive your transcript, the credits will be processed and will appear on your YU transcript. Please allow two to four weeks for processing.
Pre-Approved Course List
Below is the current pre-approved course list for Beren Campus. Academic Advising is currently updating the pre-approved course listing. Additions will be posted as courses are reviewed and approved by the academic departments.
NOTE: Courses that were previously delivered in person that will now be delivered online still need approval; see instructions above.
Online Course Policy
Summer online YU courses are accepted, while those offered by other institutions will be considered. As per the current practice, students will need to file the Request for Outside Courses Form to receive approval for outside online courses. Online courses from community colleges or for-profit institutions will not be accepted. Business courses must be from an AACSB accredited institution.
Cap of online courses toward the Bachelor's Degree - Students may count a maximum of four (4) online courses toward their undergraduate degrees. Of these, a maximum of two (2) online courses may be applied toward the major.
Residency requirement - All online YU courses, including those offered by YU graduate schools, will count toward the YU residency requirement.
Alert - Students interested in health professions should check with an advisor before taking online courses.