School of Professional Programs

Summer Session 2019

Offering a variety of courses online, summer session is a great way to catch up on credits and get closer to your degree. Online courses at Marist are conducted through iLearn, a web-based collaborative learning portal.

8-Week Online Dates: June 10 - August 2, 2019


All students taking an online course through the School of Professional Programs are required to complete an iLearn orientation. Refer to your Online Student Welcome Kit for additional information.


Registration will open concurrent with the fall 2019 registration schedule in April.

Select your student type from the following list and follow the instructions:

  • Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Students:  Please follow the instructions for the Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Application
  • Current Marist students: Summer session is a great way to catch up on credits.  You can register through the myMarist portal concurrent with fall registration.

For Questions

  • Current students: For general inquiries, contact Questions regarding registration may be directed to the Office of the Registrar located in Donnelly 203 or by calling 845-575-3250.
  • Visiting students: Contact the School of Professional Programs at 845-575-3202.

Tuition Information

All students attending Marist Summer Session courses held online or on-ground pay the Professional Studies tuition rate of $700.00 per credit as listed for the 2018-2019 academic year and must pay a $100 deposit fee before registering.  

ACCT 203N Financial Accounting

Carol Friedman

ACCT 204N Managerial Accounting

Megan Burke

ACCT 310N Cost Accounting

Carol Friedman

ANTH 102L Cultural Anthropology

Kerry Dore

ART 220L History of Photography

Wayne Lempka

BIOL 101L Topics in Biology

Mike Mahoney

BUS 301N Human Resource Management

William Brown

BUS 302N Organizational Behavior

Ken Sloan

BUS 320N Financial Management

Kavous Ardalan

BUS 340N Marketing Principles

Ismay Czarniecki

COM 101L Public Presentations

Jennifer Robinette

COM 211L Fundamentals of PR Theory & Practice

Jennifer Robinette

COM 220L

Intro to Strategic Advertising

Joanna D'Avanzo

COM 300L Mass Communication Law

Kevin Lerner

COM 302L Persuasion

Sara Nowlin

COM 350L Sex & the Media

Joanna D'Avanzo

CRDV 100N Employment Practicum (1 credit)

Stephanie Graham

CRDV 105N Career Planning (1 credit)

Richard Cusano

CMPT 103L Technology for the 21st Century

Cathy Martensen

CMPT 105L Excel (1 credit)


CMPT 300L Management Information Systems

Anne Galante

CRJU 101L Intro to Criminal Justice

Molly Buchanan

ECON 103L Principles of Microeconomics

Della Sue

ECON 104L Principles of Macroeconomics

Christy Caridi

ECON 150L Economics of Social Issues

Della Sue

EDUC 192N ST: Teaching English Language Learners (1 credit)

Kathleen Vigil

ENG 210L American Literature I

Stephen Mercier

ENG 255L Intro to Literature

Lisa Neilson

ENSC 101L Intro to Environmental Issues

Chris Bowser

FASH 304N Merchandise Planning & Control

Jennifer Finn

HIST 226L American History I

Steve Garabedian

HIST 249L Early Modern Europe

Janine Peterson

FASH 306L Sustainability in Fashion

Melissa Halvorson

FASH 368N Mobile Consumer

Stephanie Conover

FASH 455N Global Merchandising Strategies

Rebecca Brown

HLTH 225L Topics in Nutrition

Jennifer Cauthers

MATH 130L Intro to Statistics

Carla Hill

MATH 115L Calulus with Management Applications

Leonard Thambirajah

MDIA 312L Online Culture

Karen Schrier

MUS 242L  Populare Music in America

Jeff Armstrong

PHIL 101L  Philosophical Perspectives

Joe Campisi

PHIL 200L Ethics

James Snyder

POSC 110L American National Government

Lynn Eckert

PSYC 101L Intro to Psychology

Thomas Killiam

PSYC 207L The Exceptional Child

Faith Cousens

PSYC 323L Lifespan Development

Michele Rivas

REST 209L World Religions

John McPhee

REST 335L Marriage & Family

Karen Scialabba

SOC 101L Intro Sociology

Susan Onderwyzer