Online Courses

Online courses provide flexibility, allowing you to work according to your own schedule while simultaneously participating in a rigorous and rewarding educational experience. Be sure to read the Undergraduate Student Handbook for Online Education for information on policies, procedures and how online classes work. 

For any questions or concerns, please contact:

Lea (Friedman) Abberbock
Program Manager, Online Education

Shevy Schiffer
Presidential Fellow, Online Education
(646) 565-6000, Ext. 55045

Marian Stoltz-Loike, Ph.D.
Vice President, Online Education
(646) 565-6000 Ext. 55355


Spring 2018 Online Course Schedule

CRN # Course Code   Course Title Credits Instructor
(Students must obtain permission to register from Dean Bressler directly or via email before registering)
14931  EBEN 101 OL Principles of Macroeconomics          3 Rockove, David
14933  EBEN 102 OL Principles of Microeconomics 3 Rockove, David
14938  EBFN 101 OL Principles of Finance 3 Cohn, Gordon
14950  EBFN 220 OL Corporation Finance 3 Rosenberg, Menachem
14954  EBAN 209 OL FFinancial Statement Analysis 3 Berger, Chaim D.
14956  EBKN 101 OL Principles of Marketing (cap at 15) 3 Rovt, Steven
14958  EBMN 229 OL Personnel Management in Long Term Care 3 Stern, Josesph
14959  EBMN 330 OL Financial Management in Long Term Care 3 Stern, Joseph
14963/14966  GHSN 106
HISN 142
Hisotry of the us from 1877 to Present
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 142 OL)
Lauer, Theodore
14967  HISN 156 OL History of the Jewish People II 3 Abramson, Henry
15163  HISN 354 OL Topics in Jewish History 3 Abramson, Henry
14972  GHSN 204 OL Medieval and Renaissace Civilization 3 Ninness, Richard
HISN 206
GHSN 203/
ghsN 203.6
The Immigrant Experience (LAS students should register for HIS 206 OL)
 (GHS 203 SCAS Students Only)
Lauer, Theodore
GJSN 262/262.6
HISN 262
The Holocaust
(SCAS students should register for GjS 262)
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 262 OL)
Lauer, Theodore
GHSN 210/210.6
HISN 210
The African American Experience
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 210 OL)  (SCAS students for GHS 210)
Lauer, Theodore
14995  HISN 220 OL Survey of Modern History I 3 Ninness, Richard
14996  HISN 221 OL Survey of Modern History II 3 Ninness, Richard
GHSN 335/335.6
HISN 335
american in the 20th century (for SCAS Students only)
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 335 OL)
Hymes, Elliot
15000  BIO 537 OL Medical Ethics and Bioethics 3 Loike, John
15002  MATN 120 OL Pre-calculus 3 Adout, Robert
15003  MATN 121 OL Calculus I 4 Adout, Robert
MATN 111
GSMN 130/132
OL College Math
(LAS students should register for MATN 111) (scas students should register for a gsmn course)
3 Adout, Robert
15009  MATN 261 OL Statistics for Social Science Majors 3 Adout, Robert
15010  MCON 140 OL Computer Concepts with Microcomputer Applications 3 Fink, Jesse
15012  MCON 148 OL Computer Business Applications 3 Fink, Shmuel
15013  MCON 245 OL Unix 3 Fink, Shmuel
15016  MCON 275 OL ADVANCED INTERNET TOOLS & WEB Page design 3 Gutherc, Miriam
15018  MCON 358 OL WEB PROGRAMMING  3 Gutherc, Miriam
15019  PSYN 201 OL Developmental Psychology 3 Litwin, Elissa
15020  PSYN 101 OL Intro to psychology 3 Litwin, Elissa
15022  PSYN 301 OL Experimenal Psychology  (cap at 18) 3 Litwin, Elissa
15023  PSYN 301.6 OL Experimental Psychology Lab (co-requisite for PSY 301 OL) (cap at 18) 1 Litwin, Elissa
15027  PSYN 310 OL Personality(pre-req PSY 101) 3 Brownstein, Aaron
15029  PSYN 312 OL Cognition & Memory (pre-req PSY 101) 3 Tarshish, Chaim
15033  PSYN 335 OL Abnormal Psychology (pre-req PSY 101) 3 Brownstein, Aaron
15034  PSYN 351 OL Biological Psychology(pre-req PSY 101) 3 Tarshish, Chaim
15036  PSYN 325 OL Drugs & Behavior (pre-req PSY 101) 3 Tarshish, Chaim
15037  psyn 345 ol Psychology of Health and Illness 3 Litwin, Elissa
15039  PSYN 420 OL Eathing Disorders(pre-req PSY 101) 3 Geliebter, Alan
15041  SASN 103 OL Introduction to Sociology 3 Finkelstein, Marni
15042  GPSN 224 OL Psychology of the Family 3 Anjum, Aruba
15043  GPSN 204 OL Child Psychology 3 Anjum, Aruba
15044  EDUN 201 OL Psychosocial Foundations of Growth, Development & Learning, Birth-Grade 6 3 Shapiro, Chaim
15045  EDUN 303 OL Teaching the Social Studies Spectrum Subjects, Grades 1-6 3 Carlin, Brian
15047  EDUN 304 OL Mathematics, Science & Technology:  Teaching & Remediation, Grades  1-6 3 Shimonov, Joseph
15050  SPEDN 310 OL Principles of Classroom Management, Students with Disabilities, Grades 1-6 3 Hamilton, Sherry
15052  EDUN 312 OL Methodology of Early Childhood Education 3 Hamilton, sherry
15053  SPEDN 314 OL Addressing Challenging Cehaviors of Young Exceptional Children 3 Hamilton, Sherry
15054  EDUN 317 OL Language ACQUISition & EMergent literacy, early childhood ii Language Acquisition & Emergent Literacy, Early Childhood II 3 Zelasko, Deborah
15056  EDSEN 640 OL Assessment of Individual Differences in General Education & Special Education 3 Zelasko, Deborah
15057  EDSN 650 OL Computer & Educational Technology in General & Special Education 3 Fink, Shmuel

Students enrolled in an online course are required to take their final exams online via ProctorU. By enrolling in this course you agree to pay the associated exam fee. Final exam fees will be included with registration fees for each online course. Please keep in mind that you will still be required to register online for your exams with ProctorU.  Registration for exams will begin approximately three weeks before the exam.  Please note that ProctorU will charge a late fee to students who do not register for the exam 3 days prior to the exam date. The late fee is paid directly to ProctorU when you register for the exam.

Any resulting consequence, up through and including failure of the course, is the sole responsibility of the student. Please contact with any questions.

* Specific courses in the Computer Department may have different exam dates. Please check the exact dates with your professor.

Online exams can now be taken from wherever you are using ProctorU, a safe, online proctoring service. To find out more about ProctorU and how it works, please visit

To register for your exam, create an account on (or by clicking here), and select the current term and your specific course.

Please be aware:

  • Online exams must be taken using a desktop or a laptop- iPads and tablets are not compatible with ProctorU. Use the “Test-it-out” or checklist located at to make sure your computer is compatible with ProctorU.
  • Students will need a working webcam in order to take exams via ProctorU.
  • There is an associated $25 fee for each exam you take via ProctorU. Final exam fees are paid directly to the bursar upon registration for the course. However, fees for Midterm exams administered online must be paid directly to ProctorU during exam registration.
  • Failure to register for exams more than 72 hours prior to an exam’s start time may result in additional charges. These late fees must be paid by the student, directly to ProctorU.
  • Final exams may not be taken on campus.
  • All students are required to register for exams using their own ProctorU accounts.

Good luck with your online course, and we hope you enjoy your online learning experience.

If you have any questions, please contact or a member of our team.