Summer Session 2020

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 8 - July 31, 2020

Orientation

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:  Open from 10:30am - midnight everyday from April 20 - May 20 at 5:00 pm

Registration will open concurrent with the fall 2020 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 Toni.Constantino@marist.edu. 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 $730.00 per credit as listed for the 2019-2020 academic year and must pay a $100 deposit fee before registering.  

Important Dates:

  • Full Refund: Last day is June 12, 2020 
  • Half Refund: Last day is June 19, 2020 
  • Withdraw: Last day July 13, 2020
  • Withdraw/Failure: Starting July 14, 2020
  • P/NC/U:  Declare no later than June 26, 2020

Summer 2020 Online

Dates: June 8 - July 31, 2020

  • ACCT 203N721 - Financial Accounting, Carol Friedman
  • ACCT 204N721 - Managerial Accounting, Megan Burke
  • ACCT 310N721 - Cost Accounting, Carol Friedman
  • ART  220L721 - History of Photography, Wayne Lempka
  • BIOL 101L721 - Topics in Biology, Mike Mahoney
  • BUS 120N721 - Financial Literacy, John Finnigan (1 credit)
  • BUS  301N721 - Human Resource Management, William Brown
  • BUS  302N721 - Organizational Behavior, Ken Sloan
  • BUS  320N721 - Financial Management, Kavous Ardalan
  • BUS  340N721 - Marketing Principles, Ismay Czarniecki
  • COM  101L721 - Public Presentation, Jennifer Robinette
  • COM  211L721 - Fundamentals of Public Relations Theory & Practice, LB Greenan
  • COM  220L721 - Intro. To Strategic Advertising, Colleen Kopchik
  • COM  302L721 - Persuasion, Wenjing Xie
  • COM  314L721 - Media Strategy, Kathy Boyle
  • COM  330L721 - Communication Ethics, Kathy McNulty
  • COM  350L721 - Sex & the Media, Joanna D’Avanzo
  • COM  365L721 - Issues in Sports Media, Leander Schaerlackens
  • CRDV 100N721 - Employment Practicum, Stephanie Graham (1 credit),
  • CMPT 103L721 - Technology for the 21st Century, Cathy Martensen
  • CMPT 105N721 - MS Excel , Nisa Albert (1 credit)
  • CMPT 300L721 - Management Information Systems, Anne Galante
  • CRJU 101L721 - Intro. to Criminal Justice, Molly Buchanan
  • CRJU 235L721 - Corrections, Vanessa Lynn
  • ECON 103L721 - Principles of Microeconomics, Della Sue
  • ECON 104L721 - Principles of Macroeconomics, Christy Caridi
  • ECON 150L721 - Economics of Social Issues, Della Sue
  • EDUC 192N721 - ST: Teaching English Lang. Learners, Kathleen Vigil (1 credit)
  • ENG  120L721 - Writing for College, Desiree Dighton
  • ENG 210L721 -  American Lit 1, Steve Mercier
  • ENG  220L721 - Literature & Gender, Patricia Tarantello
  • ENG  220L722 - Literature & Gender, Patricia Tarantello
  • ENG  255L721 - Introduction to Literature, Lisa Neilson
  • ENG  255L722 - Introduction to Literature, Lisa Neilson
  • ENSC 101L721 - Introduction to Environmental Issues, Chris Bowser
  • FASH 100L721 - Fashion Culture & Commerce, Stephanie Conover
  • FASH 265N721 - Retailing Principles & Practices, Jennifer Finn
  • FASH 304N721 - Merchandise Planning & Control, Jennifer Finn
  • FASH 306L721 - Sustainability in Fashion, Melissa Halvorson
  • HIST 101L721 - Themes in Modern History, Michael O’Sullivan
  • HIST 101L722 - Themes in Modern History, Michael O’Sullivan
  • HIST 226L721 - American History I, Steven Garabedian
  • HLTH 225L721 - Topics in Nutrition, Mike Powers
  • MATH 115L721 - Calculus with Management Applications, Leonard Thambirajah
  • MATH 130L721 - Introduction to Statistics, Carla Hill
  • MATH 130L722 - Introduction to Statistics, Carla Hill
  • MATH 130L723 - Introduction to Statistics, Carla Hill
  • MDIA 312L721 - Online Culture, Karen Schrier
  • PHED 132N721 - Boxing, Ron Lipton (1 credit) NEW!
  • PHIL 101L721 - Philosophical Perspectives, Joe Campisi
  • PHIL 101L722 - Philosophical Perspectives, Joe Campisi
  • PHIL 200L721 - Ethics, Sasha Biro
  • POSC 110L721 - American National Government, Jessica Boscarino
  • PSYC 202L721 - Abnormal Psychology, Janine Buxton
  • PSYC 323L721 - Lifespan Development, Michele Rivas
  • PSYC 330L721 - Culture & Psychology, Stacy Williams
  • REST 209L721 - World Religions, John McPhee
  • REST 335L721 - Marriage & Family, Karen Scialabba
  • SOC  101L721 - Introduction to Sociology, Susan Onderwyzer