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Summer Session at the CUNY School of Professional Studies is a great way to make progress toward graduation by catching up on courses or moving further ahead in your program. It's the perfect time to enroll in a general education course or that elective you've been eager to take for your degree. Summer Session is open to current CUNY SPS students, all current CUNY students via e-Permit, and visiting students from other colleges.
Summer Session is only 7 weeks and runs from June 6 – July 21. Registration is now open.
- Current CUNY School of Professional Studies Students: Current CUNY SPS students may register for summer session via CUNYfirst beginning Monday, April 11. If you have questions about summer session registration, please contact your academic or program advisor. For financial aid information, email email@example.com.
- Current CUNY Students (e-Permit): If you are a CUNY student who would like to take summer class at CUNY SPS, follow these instructions for the ePermit process.
- Visiting Students: If you are not enrolled in a CUNY college and would like to take a summer class at CUNY SPS, please complete and submit the nondegree application. If you have a question, please contact the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com if you submitted or plan to submit a new application for fall 2016 and would like to take summer classes at CUNY SPS.
- Tuition and Fee information can be found here.
- Academic Calendar for summer 2016
- CUNY SPS Bulletin for detailed course descriptions (pdf)
Summer Session Course Offerings:
Undergraduate Summer Session Courses
Graduate Summer Session Courses
General Education Summer Session Courses
|Subject||Course#||Class Title||Common Core Area|
|AFRS||101||Ethnology of Africa||World Cultures & Global Issues|
|AMER||200||American History and Culture||US Experience in its Diversity|
|ART||210||Modern Art in the City||Creative Expression|
|AST||101||Introductory Astronomy: The Solar System||Life and Physical Science|
|CHEM||101||General Chemistry||Life and Physical Science|
|EAS||201||Nature of New York||Life and Physical Science|
|ECO||201||Microeconomics||Individual & Society|
|ENG||102||College Composition II||English Composition|
|ENG||331||Folk and Fairy Tales||Creative Expression|
|FLM||307||Exploring Culture Through Film||Creative Expression|
|GEOG||301||International Migration||US Experience in its Diversity|
|HIST||102||Mod World History 1500-Present||World Cultures & Global Issues|
|HIST||201||Ascent of Man: The History of Science||Scientific World|
|LANG||101||Language in a Multicultural Setting||US Experience in its Diversity|
|MATH||102||Math in Contemporary Society||Math and Quantitative Reasoning|
|MATH||215||Intro to Statistics||Math and Quantitative Reasoning|
|PHIL||101||Intro to Philosophy||Individual & Society|
|PHIL||110||Critical Thinking||Individual & Society|
|SPAN||101||Beginning Spanish I||World Cultures & Global Issues|
|SPAN||110||Spanish for Health Professions||World Cultures & Global Issues|
|PSY||101||General Psychology||Scientific World|
|SOC||101||Introduction to Sociology||Individual & Society|