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Summer 2016

Summer 2016

Finish Your Degree Faster. Online and On Campus.

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 financialaid@sps.cuny.edu
  • 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 registrar@sps.cuny.edu.

Please contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@sps.cuny.edu if you submitted or plan to submit a new application for fall 2016 and would like to take summer classes at CUNY SPS.

 

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Undergraduate Summer Session Courses

Subject Course# Class Title      
ONLINE          
AFRS  101 Ethnology Of Africa      
AMER  200 American History & Culture      
ART  210 Modern Art In The City      
AST  101 Intro to Astronomy      
BUS  210 Business Math      
BUS  301 Managerial Economics      
BUS  305 Account Fundamentals      
BUS  310 Found Bus Statistics      
BUS  315 Prin Of Marketing      
BUS  320 Prin Of Management      
BUS  321 Human Resources Management      
BUS  325 Principles of M I S      
BUS  330 Business Law I      
BUS  333 Corporate Finance      
BUS  335 Operations Management      
BUS  336 Special Topics Bus      
BUS  340 Sm Bus Mgt & Entrep      
BUS  410 Research Methods Business      
BUS  440 Internship      
CHEM  101 General Chemistry      
CIS  101 Cmptr Fundmntls & Applic      
CM  203 Communications and Media      
CM  301 Mass Media Ethics      
CM  302 Comm Theory & Web Design      
CM  304 Global Culture and Diversity      
CM  306 Mass Communication      
CM  309 Communication-Cultural Change      
CM  311 Writ New Elec Media      
COM  110 Digital Literacy      
COM  210 Writing At Work      
DSAB  224 Inclusion      
DSAB  234 Mad People History      
DSAB  245 Assistive Technology      
DSAB  251 Disab & Family      
DSAB  359 Independent Study      
EAS  201 Nature of New York      
ECO  201 Microeconomics      
ECO  202 Macroeconomics      
ENG  102 College Writing II      
ENG  331 Folk & Fairy Tales      
FLM  307 Film Literacies      
GEOG  301 International Migration & Ethn      
HIM  205 Healthcare Delivery Systems      
HIM  451 Prof Pract Experience II      
HIST  102 Mod World-1500-Presnt      
HIST  201 Ascent Of Man      
IS  200 Foundations of Info Systems      
IS  205 IT Infrastructure and Support      
IS  260 Ntwks/Bus Data Comm      
LANG  101 Lang-Multcult Setting      
MATH  102 Math In Contemp Soc      
MATH  215 Introduction to Statistics      
NURS  302 Health Teaching      
NURS  313 Nursing Informatics      
NURS  350 Nursing Research      
NURS  461 Global Health Issues      
ORGD  341 Organization Change/Leadership      
PHIL  101 Intro To Philosophy      
PHIL  110 Critical Thinking      
PLA  300 Portfolio Development      
PSY  101 General Psychology      
PSY  210 Biological Bases Of Behavior      
PSY  220 Developmental Psychoogy      
PSY  240 Socio-Cultural Approaches      
PSY  301 Statistical Methods      
PSY  302 Advanced Research Methods      
PSY  360 Abnormal Psychology      
QUAN  201 Quan Reason & Society      
RM  201 Intro Research Methods      
SOC  101 Intro to Sociology      
SOC  203 Race Class Gender      
SOC  304 Global Culture & Diversity      
SOC  406 Sociology of Education      
SPAN  101 Begin Spanish I      
SPAN  110 Span-Hlth Profsns      
URB  339 Fieldwork      
           
Subject Course# Class Title Days Mtg Start Mtg End
ON CAMPUS          
ART  210 Modern Art In The City MW 06:00PM 08:30PM
BUS  310 Found Bus Statistics M 06:30PM 09:00PM
SOC  216 Social Problems TuTh 06:00PM 08:30PM

 

 

Graduate Summer Session Courses

Subject Course# Class Title      
ONLINE           
BUS  600 Org Behavior & Leadership      
BUS  610 Strat Mktg & Soc Resp Practice      
BUS  630 Bus Law/Ethc DigItal Age      
BUS  633 Managing Diversity/Glob Econ      
BUS  640 Accounting for Bus Decisions      
BUS  650 Knowledge & Info Systs      
BUS  655 New Media & Elec Commrce      
BUS  660 Corp & Intnl Finance      
BUS  670 Quantitative Decision-Making      
BUS  680 Econ For Bus Decisions      
BUS  699 Thesis      
DATA  621 Business Analyt & Data Mining      
DATA  624 Predictive Analytics      
DATA  643 Current Topics in Data Analyt      
DSAB  605 Disabil & Diversity      
DSAB  651 Special Topics      
ECE  602 Personnel Management      
ECE  610 Hlth/Safe/Nutr In ECE      
ECE  618 Assessment as an Administrator      
PSY  610 Social Behavior      
PSY  625 Advanced Statistics      
URB  639 Fieldwork      
           
Subject Course# Class Title Days Mtg Start Mtg End
ON CAMPUS          
DSAB  651 Special Topics TuTh 05:30PM 08:00PM
ECE  606 Financial Plan ECE Th 04:00PM 07:30PM
           
Subject Course# Class Title Days Mtg Start Mtg End
ON CAMPUS-MURPHY        
LABR  604 Labor Law TuTh 06:15PM 08:45PM
LABR  669 Special Topics MW 06:15PM 08:45PM
URB  600 Classical Approaches-Urb Study MW 06:15PM 08:45PM

 


 

 

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