Summer Classes

Summer Session Courses

On-Campus Courses

On-campus classes meet either in the mornings (Monday -Thursday 9-11am and in Session I only on Friday, June 1 from 9-11am) or afternoons (Monday - Thursday 1-3pm and in Session I only, on Friday, June 1 from 12-2pm), unless otherwise noted (see below).

Classes are held on two Manhattan campuses:

  • Wilf Campus in Washington Heights: 500 West 185th Street, New York City
  • Beren Campus in Midtown Manhattan: 245 Lexington Avenue, New York City

For course dates, see the Academic Calendar. 
Most summer courses meet for five weeks (unless otherwise noted below). Unless otherwise noted, summer session courses are open to men and women.

Online Courses

Online courses are asynchronous, which means that you do not need to come to campus or be online at specific times. However, all classes will have a set ending date, as well as deadlines along the way that you will need to meet. Online courses require the same amount of time and effort as face-to-face courses. While each course has its own requirements and each faculty member has his or her own approach, you should plan to spend approximately eight - twelve hours each week in the course site, in addition to time spent studying and completing assignments. Online courses will be taught in Canvas, and all students registered for online courses will have access to Canvas tutorials and technical support as part of their online course.

Travel Courses: 

Learn more about summer travel programs here.


Summer 2018 Courses 

Click below to view the list of Summer Session 2018 courses:

Summer Session I
Summer Session II
Full Session (11-week)   

To view full summer schedule on the Registrar's website, including detailed remarks related to prerequisites and other requirements:

  • Go to www.yu.edu/myyu and click on “Class Schedule
  • Select “Summer 2018” as your term and click “Submit
  • Click “Advanced Search” if you only see the options for Subject
  • Under “Campus/College” (not “Campus”) scroll down to select: “Full Session” for 11-week and travel courses; “Summer I” for the first summer session (May 29-June 28); “Summer II” for the second summer session (July 9-August 9)
  • Click “Section Search

Changes may be made to the schedule periodically, so please check for updates.


 

Full Session: New 11-Week Courses for Summer 2018!

(11-week courses meet for the full length of the summer session, from May 29 - August 9. They are a great option for students who are working full-time or simply want a bit more time to complete their coursework!)

  • ACC 1002 Accounting Principles II (11 week course)  3 credits – ONLINE [Jim Resnik]
  • ECO 1010 Principles of Economics (11 week course) – 3 credits – ONLINE [Karen David]

 

Summer Session I: Tuesday, May 29 - Thursday, June 28, 2018

First week classes meet Tuesday - Friday. Subsequent weeks, classes meet Monday - Thursday.

  • ACC 1002 Accounting Principles II – 3 credits – ONLINE [Jim Resnik]
  • ACC 1002 Accounting Principles II (11 week course: May 29 - August 9) – 3 credits – ONLINE [Jim Resnik]
  • ACC 1101 Intermediate Accounting I – 3 credits – Beren [David Hornung]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday and Friday, June 1 from 9-11am
  • BIOL 3728C Human Physiology (Lecture) – 4 credits – ONLINE [Levy Amar]
    BIOL 3728Y Human Physiology (Lab) – 0 credits – Blended (Online and Beren) [Levy Amar]
    On-campus labs meet from 1-3:30pm on the following dates: 5/29, 5/30, 5/31, 6/1, 6/4, 6/5,  6/6; otherwise labs are online.
  • COWC 1026 Face-to-Face: Modern Identities on Film – 3 credits – ONLINE [Elizabeth Stewart]
  • ECO 1010 Principles of Economics – 3 credits – ONLINE [Karen David]
  • ECO 1010 Principles of Economics (11 week course: May 29 - August 9) – 3 credits – ONLINE [Karen David]
  • ENGL 2922 Topics: Interpretation & Adaptation: Jane Austen – 3 credits – ONLINE [Nora Nachumi]
  • EXQM 1007/SOC 2407/PUB 1236 Epidemiology – 3 credits – Wilf [Daniel Kimmel]
    Afternoons: Monday - Thursday from 1-3pm and on Friday, June 1 from 12-2pm
  • FIN 1001 Principles of Finance – 3 credits – Wilf [Sydney Mehl]
    Afternoons: Monday - Thursday from 1-3pm and on Friday, June 1 from 12-2pm
  • HBSI/SOC 1008/1160 Law and Society – 3 credits – Wilf [Daniel Kimmel]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday and on Friday, June 1 from 9am-11am 
  • IDS 1020 Intro to Information Systems – 3 credits – Beren [Kevin Brabazon]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday and on Friday, June 1 from 9-11am 
  • JHI 1440 Jews in Eastern Europe 1500-1945 – 3 credits – ONLINE [Josh Karlip]
  • MAR 1001 Principles of Marketing – 3 credits – ONLINE [Steven Chan]
  • MAR 3320 Digital Marketing – 3 credits – ONLINE [Nurit Shaul]
  • MATH 1410 Fundamentals of Calculus (for non-majors) – 4 credits – ONLINE [Ester Ben-Ari]*
    *Please note: this class is not for Chemistry, Computer Science, Math, Physics, Physical Sciences or Pre-Engineering majors.
  • PHY 1031R Physics I (Lecture) – 4 credits – Wilf [Edgardo Solano-Carrillo]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday and on Friday, June 1 from 9-11:30am
    - PHY 1031L Physics I (Lab) – 1 credit  Wilf - Tues, Weds, Thurs from 2:15-4:30pm [Mark Edelman]
  • POLI 1031 Introduction to International Relations – 3 credits – ONLINE [Hill Krishnan]
  • PSYC 3411 Forensic Psychology – 3 credits – ONLINE [Gavriel Fagin]
  • SCIE 1050 Science: Fundamentals and Applications – 3 credits – Beren [Lora Danley]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday and on Friday, June 1 from 9-11am
  • SPEE 1010 Speech Communication – 3 credits – Beren [Robert Russell] (women only)
    Afternoons: Monday - Thursday from 1-3pm and on Friday, June 1 from 12-2pm

 

Summer Session II: Monday, July 9 - Thursday, August 9, 2018

Classes meet Monday - Thursday each week.

  • ACC 1001 Accounting Principles I – 3 credits – ONLINE [Constance Crawford]
  • ACC 1102 Intermediate Accounting II – 3 credits – Beren [David Hornung]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday, 9 - 11am 
  • BIOL 4934 Topics: Medical Terminology – 3 credits – ONLINE [Levy Amar]*
    *This course does not count toward the Biology major.
  • CUOT 1228 The Migrant in America – 3 credits – ONLINE [David Sugarman]
  • ENGL 2520 Literature & Culture of the Roaring 20s – 3 credits – ONLINE [Matt Miller]
  • HBSI 1330 / POLI 2330 Terrorism – 3 credits – ONLINE [Yoav Fromer]
  • HIST 2234 History of Women in the U.S. – 3 credits – ONLINE [Kate Mazza-Weintraub]
  • INTC 1025 Film & Gender – 3 credits – ONLINE [Elizabeth Stewart]
  • JHI 1200 Classical Jewish History – 3 credits – ONLINE [Joseph Angel]
  • MAN/MAR 3504 Systematic Inventive Thinking – 3 credits – ONLINE [Yoni Stern]
  • PHY 1032R Physics II (Lecture) – 4 credits – Wilf [Edgardo Solano-Carrillo]
    Mornings: Monday - Thursday from 9 - 11:30am
       - PHY 1032L Physics II (Lab) – 1 credit – Section 1: Wilf - Tues, Weds, Thurs from 2:15-4:30pm [Tova Werblowsky]
       - PHY 1032L Physics II (Lab) – 1 credit  Section 2: Wilf - Tues, Weds, Thurs from 4:45-7pm [Daniel Lazarev]
  • PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology – 3 credits – ONLINE [Eliezer Schnall]
  • SPEE 1010 Speech Communication – 3 credits – Beren [Robert Russell] (women only)
    Afternoons: Monday - Thursday from 1-3pm