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.

Language Courses

Anthropology

Roma in Central East Europe satisfies the Cultures and Contexts CORE course requirement for NYU Stern and Steinhardt students.

Art and Art Professions

Art History

Business (Stern)

Registration priority for Stern (Business) courses will be given to NYU Stern students. Other students will be able to register as space remains available. Please pay close attention to course notes displayed in Albert.

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.

NYU Steinhardt and Stern students: Please note, RUSSN-UA 9261 Russia and East-Central Europe, listed under Russian and Slavic Studies may be taken to satisfy the Cultures and Contexts Requirement.

Comparative Literature

Drama and Dramatic Writing

For additional opportunities see: 35mm Visual Storytelling at FAMU- Prague

European & Mediterranean Studies 

Film and Television

For additional opportunities see: 35mm Visual Storytelling at FAMU- Prague

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Hebrew and Judaic Studies

History

Internship for Credit

Journalism

Law and Society

Media, Culture, and Communication

Music and Performing Arts


Required course for all Steinhardt Music Majors

Courses open to All Students that meet listed pre-requisites

Course open to All Music Majors & other students with permission.

Non-Steinhardt music majors should email sarah.coffey@nyu.edu to request permission to enroll.  

Ensembles

Ensembles open to Music majors and other students by placement audition. Non-Steinhardt music majors should email sarah.coffey@nyu.edu to request permission to enroll.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are reserved for Steinhardt performance majors.

Photography

See Art and Art Professions above.

Politics

Religious Studies

Russian and Slavic Studies

Russia and East-Central Europe satisfies the Cultures and Contexts CORE course requirement for NYU Stern and Steinhardt students.

Sociology

Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

35mm Visual Storytelling at FAMU-Prague

The Courses below are open only to students admitted to the Tisch 35mm Visual Storytelling at FAMU-Prague program. For more information regarding this program please visit the program webpage: Tisch School of the Arts 35mm Visual Storytelling at FAMU-Prague.

Students on this program are registered for a full 18 points from the curriculum below, which reflects a combination of Tisch courses and NYU Prague courses.

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).