We anticipate high interest in the Go Local option at NYU Shanghai. Multiple New York schools plan to offer new courses in Shanghai to meet key needs of as many students as possible. We expect the following Go Local Shanghai courses to be offered and available for registration througout the summer. This course list may be subject to change. Please be in touch with your school academic advisor if you have any questions.

Global site courses (excludes Shanghai, New York, Abu Dhabi), listed with “blended” instruction mode in Albert are open to any student who meets the requirements & prerequisites to be taken 100% remote synchronously. Please note that times are listed in the location time zone.  

More information about Go Local courses and housing at NYU Shanghai will be provided to students who complete the Go Local interest form as it becomes available.

Click here to find general information about NYU Shanghai.

Business*

  • BUSF-SHU 101 - Business Statistics (Equivalent to STAT-UB 103)
  • ECON-UB 9011 - Economics of Global Business
  • FINC-UB 9002 - Foundations of Finance
  • MKTG-UB 9001 - Introduction to Marketing

*Stern first-year GoLocal Shanghai students will automatically be enrolled in Stern's required Cohort Leadership Program zero credit course (MULT-UB 9) and Stern's required writing course, Commerce & Culture (MULT-UB 100). Please contact Stern Advising at uc.advising@stern.nyu.edu with any questions.

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CAS College Core Curriculum

  • CORE-UA 9111 - Quantitative Reasoning: Data to Discovery
  • CCEX-SHU 203 - Energy & Environment (will count towards CORE-UA 203)
  • CORE-UA 9400 - Text & Ideas: Time and Truth in Western Thought
  • CORE-UA 9400 - Text & Ideas: Capitalism and Communism
  • CORE-UA 9400 - Text & Ideas: Meaning
  • CORE-UA 9400 - Text & Ideas: What is a Good Human Life?
  • CORE-UA 9500 - Cultures and Contexts: Mental Ilness in a Global Perspective
  • CORE-UA 9700 - Expressive Cultures: K-pop
  • CORE-UA 9761 - Expressive Cultures: La Belle Epoque

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Computer Science

  • CSCI-UA 9002 - Intro to Computer Programming (Lecture remote asynchronous, recitations in person)

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Economics

  • ECON-UA 9001 - Intro to Macroeconomics
  • ECON-UA 9002 - Intro to Microeconomics 
  • ECON-UA 9018 - Statistics
  • ECON-UA 9010 - Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECON-UA 9238 - International Economics

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Expository Writing

  • EXPOS-UA 1 - Writing the Essay
  • EXPOS-UA 4 - International Writing Workshop I
  • EXPOS-UA 9 - International Writing Workshop II
  • WREX-UF 101 - Writing as Exploration (Liberal Studies students only)
  • WREX-UF 102 - Writing as Critical Inquiry  (Liberal Studies students only)

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Liberal Studies

  • ACA-UF 9101 - Arts and Culture: Antiquity 
  • GWA-UF 9101 - Global Works and Society: Antiquity
  • ACC-UF 9102 - Arts and Culture: Crossroads
  • GWC-UF 9102 - Global Works and Society: Changing World

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Mathematics

  • MATH-UA 9121 - Calculus I 
  • MATH-SHU 9140 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH-UA 9211 - Math for Economics I

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Psychology

  • PSYCH-UA 9001 - Intro to Psychology
  • PSYCH-UA 9034 - Developmental Psychology

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Sociology

  • SOC-UA 9001 - Introduction to Sociology

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