Course listings are subject to change. Please check back regularly for updates and email global.academics@nyu.edu if you have any questions.

Abu Dhabi and Shanghai course equivalencies

Courses by Department

French Language

Anthropology

Art and Art Professions

Art History

Cinema Studies

College Core Curriculum

Computer Science

Comparative Literature

Data Science

East Asian Studies

European and Mediterranean Studies

Experiential Learning for Credit

French Literature, Thought and Culture

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Gender and Sexuality Studies

History

Linguistics

Mathematics

Media, Culture, and Communication

Metropolitan Studies

Music and Performing Arts

Note: All Music and Performing Arts courses, Private Lessons, and Ensembles are conducted in English.

Courses open to All Students that meet listed pre-requisites

Courses open to Steinhardt Music Tech Majors & other students that meet listed pre-requisites

Private Lessons

By Permission only. Private lessons are available only to Steinhardt performance majors for whom lessons are required every semester. Students may register for only one private lesson per semester.

PRIVATE LESSONS: 2 credits (30 minute lesson/week); 3 credits (60 minute lesson/week)

Ensembles

Philosophy

Philosophy of Education

Politics

Social and Cultural Analysis

Global Liberal Studies courses

Open to Global Liberal Studies students only

Online/Remote-Taught Courses available to Study Away Students

Students may compliment their local course load by enrolling in an online or remote-taught course. Some of NYU's online courses can be found using the Instruction Mode filter in the Albert Course Search. Please keep in mind that you must be enrolled in at least 12 credits of courses at your study away site (remote-taught/online courses do not count towards the 12 credit minimum requirement). Note, online/remote taught courses are not scheduled on the same session as the courses offered by the study away site, add/drop dates and other academic deadlines will vary. Please refer to Albert course notes for more details. Online/remote taught course commitments should not interfere with student attendance in local classes and required program activities (including orientation).