Online Course Offerings, Summer 2014

New and Current Students: To register for an NYU-ePoly Course, please choose the INET or INT2 section when registering on PeopleSoft. Courses listed as LVL1 or LVL2 are sections with HD Video Streaming of on-campus sections. To start the registration process, please click here.

Special/Visitng Student Registration: Students who wish to take a course as a Non-degree student can do so on the NYU-ePoly Intent to Register Form. Please note that the deadline for Summer 2014 Special/Visiting Student Registration is May 20, 2014.

Summer 2014 Courses begin on May 27, 2014

Available Courses for the Summer 2014 Semester

Bioinformatics

BI 7533 Bioinformatics I: Sequence Analysis, Credits: 3.00
BI 7643 Computational Tools Perl & Bioperl, Credits: 3.00
EL 6303 Probability and Stochastic Processes, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Computer Engineering

EL 5493 Advanced Hardware Design, Credits: 3.00
EL 6413 Analog and High Frequency Amplifier Design, Credits: 3.00
EL 6433 Digital Integrated Circuit Design, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Cyber Security

CS 5303 Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, Credits: 3.00
CS 5403 Data Structures and Algorithms, Credits: 3.00
CS 6003 Foundations of Computer Science, Credits: 3.00
CS 6033 Design and Analysis of Algorithms I, Credits: 3.00
CS 6133 Computer Architecture I, Credits: 3.00
CS 6233 Introduction to Operating Systems, Credits: 3.00
CS 6573 Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis, Credits: 3.00
CS 6803 Information Systems Security Engineering and Management, Credits: 3.00 syllabus
CS 6813 Information, Security and Privacy, Credits: 3.00 syllabus
CS 6823 Network Security, Credits: 3.00
CS 6833 Introduction to Information Security Management, Credits: 3.00
CS 6843 Computer Networking, Credits: 3.00
CS 6903 Modern Cryptography, Credits: 3.00
CS 6963 Digital Forensics, Credits: 3.00
CS 9093 Biometrics, Credits: 3.00
CS 9163 Application Security, Credits: 3.00
CS 9223 Selected Topics in Cs, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Electrical Engineering

EL 5493 Advanced Hardware Design, Credits: 3.00
EL 5683 Electric Drives Characteristics and Controls, Credits: 3.00
EL 6113 Digital Signal Processing I, Credits: 3.00
EL 6253 Linear Systems, Credits: 3.00
EL 6303 Probability and Stochastic Processes, Credits: 3.00
EL 6413 Analog and High Frequency Amplifier Design, Credits: 3.00
EL 6433 Digital Integrated Circuit Design, Credits: 3.00
EL 6453 Advances in Reconfigurable Systems, Credits: 3.00
EL 6623 Power Systems Economics and Planning, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering

IE 7923 Design For Manufacturability, Credits: 3.00
MN 7893 Production Science, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

lnterdisciplinary Studies in Engineering

CS 6813 Information, Security and Privacy, Credits: 3.00
CS 6823 Network Security, Credits: 3.00
EL 6303 Probability and Stochastic Processes, Credits: 3.00
MG 6073 Marketing, Credits: 3.00
MG 8653 Managing Technological Change & Innovation, Credits: 3.00

Management

MG 6073 Marketing, Credits: 3.00
MG 6503 Management of Information Technology and Information Systems, Credits: 3.00
MG 7953 Global Innovation, Credits: 3.00
MG 8653 Managing Technological Change & Innovation, Credits: 3.00

*Management Courses run on a "W" Session during the summer semester. Start date is May 31st, 2013 and ends on July 19, 2013.  

Organizational Behavior

*Live Virtual Learning provides HD video streaming of the on-campus session. Students enrolled must participate in the live sessions.

X Session (May 27th - July 5th)

MG 6153 Leadership Development and Team Building, Credits: 3.00
9:00am - 3:00pm on Saturday
MG 6271 Managing Human Resource Technology in Organizations, Credits: 1.50
8:05pm - 11:05pm on Thursday
MG 6321 Global Human Resource Management, Credits: 1.50
5:00pm - 8:00pm on Thursday
MG 6383 Seminar in Managing Hr Analytics & Big Data, Credits: 3.00
5:00pm - 11:05pm on Tuesday

Y Session (July 7th - August 16th)

MG 6143 Conflict Management, Credits: 3.00
5:00pm - 11:05pm on Thursday
MG 6191 Coaching in Organizations, Credits: 1.50
5:00pm - 8:00pm on Wednesday
MG 6201 Consulting in Organizations, Credits: 1.50
5:00pm - 8:00pm on Tuesday
MG 6211 Outsourcing: A Human Capital Strategy, Credits: 1.50
8:05pm - 11:05pm on Tuesday
MG 6403 Assessing & Building Work Engagement, Credits: 3.00
9:00am - 3:00pm on Saturday

Z Session (May 27th - August 16th)

MG 6373 Human Capital Big Data, Predictive Analysis, & Roi, Credits: 3.00
6:00pm - 9:00pm on Monday

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Power Electronics and Systems

EL 5683 Electric Drives Characteristics and Controls, Credits: 3.00
EL 6623 Power Systems Economics and Planning, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Systems Engineering

CS 6813 Information, Security and Privacy, Credits: 3.00
CS 6823 Network Security, Credits: 3.00
EL 6113 Digital Signal Processing I, Credits: 3.00
EL 6253 Linear Systems, Credits: 3.00 syllabus
EL 6303 Probability and Stochastic Processes, Credits: 3.00
EL 6623 Power Systems Economics and Planning, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.

Telecommunication Networks

CS 6823 Network Security, Credits: 3.00
EL 6113 Digital Signal Processing I, Credits: 3.00
EL 6133 Please Refer to Catalog
EL 6303 Probability and Stochastic Processes, Credits: 3.00

Please speak with your academic advisor about other courses that might fit into your program requirements.