Summer Session 2015 Course Offerings
(On-ground & Online)

Registration for summer session will be concurrent with the Fall 2015 registration schedule.

On-ground Course Schedule

All 6 week on-ground courses will be held at the Fishkill Executive Center.

6 week on-ground session: June 1 - July 10, 2015

EVENING SESSION 
Course Number Title Days Time Location
MATH 115L276 Calculus w/Mgmt Applications T/R 6:00 - 9:15 PM Fishkill Center
 

  Online Summer / Spring II Course Schedule

10 week online: June 1 - August 7, 2015

* Only students in an accelerated cohort program may register for a Spring II semester and must use the 741/742 section number.
All other students registering as the Summer semester must use the 721/ 722 section number.

 Summer Online registration will be concurrent with the Fall 2015 registration dates.

 Course Number  

Section Number 
(Summer / Spring II) 

                Title

ACCT 203N 721 / 741 Financial Accounting
ACCT 204N 721 / 741 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 403N 721 /741  Tax I
ANTH 101L 721 / 741 Physical Anthropology
ANTH 102L 721 / 741 Cultural Anthropology
ART 125L 721 / 741 Arts & Values
ART 220L 721 / 741 History of Photography
BIOL 101L 721 / 742 Topics in Biology
BUS 340N 721 / 741 Marketing Principles
CMPT 103L 721 / 742 Technology for the 21st Century
CMPT 300L 721 / 741 Management Info Systems
CMPT 309L 758 Project Management
COM 302L 721 / 741 Persuasion
COM 325L 721 / 741 Intercultural Communication
COM 350L 721 / 741 Sex & the Media
CRDV 100N 721 / 741 Employment Practicum (1 credit)
CRDV 105N 721 / 741 Career Planning (1 credit)
CRJU/ POSC/ PRLG 221L 721 / 741 Law & Society
ECON 103L 721 / 741 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 104L 721 / 741 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENG 210L 721 / 741 American Literature I
ENG 220L 721 / 741 Literature & Gender
ENG 255L 721 / 741 Introduction to Literature
ENSC 101L 721 / 741 Intro to Environmental Issues
HIST 101L 721 / 741 Themes in Modern History
HIST 249L 721 / 741 Early Modern Europe
MATH 130L 721 / 741 Introduction to Statistics
MATH 130L 722 Introduction to Statistics
PHIL 200L 721 / 741 Ethics
PHIL 200L 722 Ethics
POSC 110L 721 / 741 American National Government
PSYC 101L 721 / 741 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 202L 721 / 741 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 207L 721 / 741 The Exceptional Child
REST 107L 721 / 741 Introduction to Religion
REST 335L 721 / 741 Marriage & Family
REST 335L 722 / 742 Marriage & Family
SOC 101L 721 / 741 Introduction to Sociology
SOCW 230L 721 / 741 Introduction to Social Work

 

 

 

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