Courses - Fall 2017

Please note that all course offerings are subject to change. Changes in faculty availability and student enrollment can occasionally result in course cancellations.  

Click on a course name to see a course description and a sample syllabus from a past semester. (Current syllabi may differ.) For sample syllabi or academic questions, please email global.academics@nyu.edu.

Use the Global Study Planner to explore course options at other locations based on a particular subject area.

Fall courses with days and times become available in Albert, NYU's Student Information System in mid March. Directions on how to view Study Away courses in Albert, and other Registration FAQs can be found here.

German Language

All students are required to take a German language course (or course taught in German) for graded credit.  (This course cannot be taken Pass/Fail).

Courses Taught in German

Art and Arts Professions

Registration priority for Studio Art courses offered at NYU Berlin will be given to NYU Studio Art majors. Other students will be able to register as space remains available. Please pay close attention to course notes displayed in Albert.

Art History

Classics

College Core Curriculum 

Registration priority for CORE courses will be given to NYU College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) students. Other students will be able to register as space remains available. Please pay close attention to course notes displayed in Albert. NYU students in schools outside of CAS can often fulfill some CORE course requirements with approved course equivalencies from courses sponsored by other departments. Students should be sure to consult with their academic advisor regarding these options. Steinhardt students can find a list of equivalencies on the Steinhardt Global webpage.

Drama

Registration priority for GERM-UA 9290 offered at NYU Berlin will be given to NYU Tisch Program students. Other students will be able to register as space remains available. Please pay close attention to course notes displayed in Albert.

Environmental Studies

Note, students can also satisfy Environmental Studies major requirements through the Internship Seminar & Fieldwork course.

European & Mediterranean Studies

Gallatin

German Studies

Global Liberal Studies

History

Internship for Credit

Metropolitan Studies (Social & Cultural Analysis)

Politics

Psychology

Sociology

The Label "Advanced Seminar" attached to certain courses below is relevant ONLY for NYU Sociology majors and minors. It designates a course category internal to the NYU Sociology Department characterized by a seminar format and instruction by a regular member of the faculty. These seminars focus on the specific, most often interdisciplinary, research interests of the instructor and hence are not intended to be foundational offerings at either an elementary or advanced level in sociology or any other single discipline. For students other than NYU Sociology majors and minors, these courses should be considered ordinary seminars. For further clarification, please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies of the NYU Sociology Department, Professor Thomas Ertman, at te11@nyu.edu.

Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

Clive Davis Institute X Berlin: Future Pop Music Studies

Program Requirements

*Students admitted to this program must be registered for 16 - 18 credits, including a German language course from the list above. REMU-UT 9810 and REMU-UT 9811 are required for all students admitted to this program, as well as a German language course.

*The following courses are open only to students enrolled in the Recorded Music Program. For more information visit the program webpage: Tisch School of the Arts Clive Davis Institute X Berlin: Future Pop Music Studies.

Online Courses available to Study Away Students

Students are encouraged to consider complementing their local course load by enrolling in an online course. Some of NYU's online course opportunities are highlighted below. Please keep in mind that you must also be enrolled in at least 12 credits of courses at your study away site, and that online course commitments should not interfere with your attendance in local classes and required program activities (including orientation).