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Fall 2019 Courses in Outside Departments

Dear ITP Students,

Please view the below Help Video on the topic of "Registering for Classes Outside of ITP" for a step-by-step walkthrough of how to navigate Albert, register for classes, and considerations for the ITP Lottery. The video covers the basics of building a shopping cart, joining a waiting list, and other important enrollment information.

All information contained in this video is also included below in text format. As always, if you have any questions regarding class registration, please contact Dante at dpd266@nyu.edu, or stop by his desk in the back for in-person help!

Registering for Classes Outside of ITP


Appointment Time for Enrollment in Albert
  • All ITP students will be able to enroll in classes in outside departments for Fall 2019 in Albert's Student Center, starting on Monday, April 15th. For specific registration times, please check your appointment time in your Student Center, under the header "Enrollment Dates" (see screenshot below):
                

Implications for the ITP Lottery (Deadline for entering choices for the lottery is Monday, April 22nd at 5:00pm EST)
  • Make sure, if you self-enroll in classes in outside departments, to reduce the number of credits you request in the ITP lottery by the appropriate amount.
  • The most credits any one student may have on their schedule at a given time is 18.0 units.
  • Therefore, if you self-enroll in two 3.0 unit courses in outside departments, (6.0 units total) and you request 16.0 units in the ITP Lottery, only a maximum of 12.0 units of your lottery wishes will post to your account.
Limitations on the Number of Non-ITP Courses Students May Take
  • 8.0 units of non-ITP courses taken over the two years is a recommended guideline, but students are encouraged to take more than this number, provided the courses are adviser-approved as related to the student's course of study at ITP.
Recommended Outside Classes for Fall 2019

The below classes are a partial list of recommended classes in outside departments for Fall 2019 that ITP students have taken in previous semesters.

TitleCatalog NumberUnitsMeeting PatternInstructorLocation
Theories and Cultural Impact of Media & TechnologyDM-GY 6043 - INET (20278)3.0Tu 5:00pm - 6:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Scott FitzgeraldOnline
Creating with Interactive MediaMPATE-GE 2038 - 002 (5502)3.0Mo 3:00pm - 4:40pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Morton SubotnickTBA
Computer GraphicsCSCI-GA 2270 - 001 (3384)3.0Mo 7:10pm - 9:00pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Kennith Perlin60 5th Ave., Rm. 110
ChoreographyOART-GT 2805 - 001 (7537)2.0Th 12:30pm - 3:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Patricia HoffbauerTBA
Art & Ideas: What is Social Practice Art?ARTCR-GE 2459 - 001 (5954)3.0 - 6.0We 4:30pm - 6:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)TBDBarney, Rm. 506
Mobile Augmented Reality StudioDM-GY 6133 - A (15493)3.0Fr 2:30pm - 5:20pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Mark L. Skwarek370 Jay St., Rm. 308
Messy Data and Machine LearningAPSTA-GE 2047 - 001 (6307)3.0Th 11:00am - 1:00pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Ravi Shroff19 W. 4th, Rm. 102
Mot Pic Cam Tech Beg IGFMTV-GT 2012 - 001 (7314)2.0Mo 6:30pm - 8:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Anthony JannelliTBA
Mathematical Techniques for Cs ApplicationsCSCI-GA 1180 - 001 (3752)3.0Mo 5:10pm - 7:00pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Remi ImbachCIWW, Rm. 512
Interactive Cinema & New MediaCINE-GT 2600 - 001 (22937)4.0Th 12:10pm - 4:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Marina Hassapopoulou721 Broadway, Rm. 652
Special Topics in Digital Media: Fluid DynamicsDM-GY 9103 - F (16149)3.0Tu 3:30pm - 6:10pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)TBDTBA
Special Topics in Digital Media: User Experience DesignDM-GY 9103 - D (16151)3.0Th 6:30pm - 9:20pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)TBD370 Jay St., Rm. 307
Special Topics in Digital Media: Designing the Post NaturalDM-GY 9103 - G (16291)3.0We 6:30pm - 9:20pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Tega Brain370 Jay St., Rm. 310
Special Topics in Digital Media: Virtual RealityDM-GY 9103 - H (16337)3.0Tu 6:30pm - 9:20pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)TBD370 Jay St., Rm. 307
Special Topics in Digital Media: Technology for Urban GardensDM-GY 9103 - I (20458)3.0We 6:30pm - 9:20pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Vanessa Harden370 Jay St., Rm. 307
User Experience DesignEDCT-GE 2015 - 001 (6043)3.0Mo 6:45pm - 8:25pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Kayla DesPortes2 MTC, Rm. 816
Theories and Cultural Impact of Media & TechnologyDM-GY 6043 - INET (20278)3.0Tu 5:00pm - 6:30pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Scott FitzgeraldOnline
Applying Project Management Principles in ITMSPM1-GC 2000 - 100 (4467)3.0Th 6:20pm - 9:05pm (09/05/19 - 12/12/19)TBD TBA
Urban Spatial AnalyticsCUSP-GX 7002 - 001 (7861)3.0Mo 10:30am - 1:00pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Paul Torrens2 MTC, Rm. 813
Documentary Strategies: Documenting Downtown Using New MediaPHTI-GT 2006 - 01 (7580)4.0Tu 5:15pm - 9:00pm (09/03/19 - 12/13/19)Ari Melenciano721 Broadway, Rm. 815
Narrative Game StudioGAMES-GT 123 - 001 (21302)4.0Mo/We 1:00pm - 3:45pm (09/03 - 12/13)Clara Fernandez-Vara370 Jay Street, Room  313

Administrative Contacts & Procedures for Departments Outside of ITP

Department NameSubject CodeAdministrative Contact & Procedures for Students
Animal StudiesANST-GAContact Jeff Sebo at jeffsebo@nyu.edu, or 212-998-3544.
Applied StatisticsAPSTA-GETry adding the class to your shopping cart and "checking out" or enrolling directly in Albert. If the class requires department consent, contact Maria Ramirez at maw660@nyu.edu, or 212-992-9479.
Studio Art (Grad)ART-GEContact Julia Olson at juliaolson@nyu.edu, or 212-998-5746. 
Studio Art (Undergrad)ART-UEContact Lonnie Woods at lw1024@nyu.edu, or 212-998-5708.
BiotechnologyBT-GYContact Carmen Villafane at cmv278@nyu.edu, or 646-997-3244, or Magdalena Guadalupe at mrg361@nyu.edu, or 646-997-3785.
Center for Experimental  Humanities CEH-GAContact Nicole Pandolfo at nicole.pandolfo@nyu.edu, or 212-998-8070.
ChemistryCHEM-GAContact Carol Hollingsworth at ch112@nyu.edu, or 212-992-6599, or Jennifer Hackleman at chemistry.grad@nyu.edu, or 212-998-8469.
Computer Science (Tandon)CS-GYTimeline and procedure TBD. See this page for details.
For questions, contact Matthew Maldonato at mjm889@nyu.edu, or 646-997-4082.
Computer Science (GSAS)CSCI-GAContact James Paguyo at paguyo@cs.nyu.edu.
Center for Urban Science + ProgressCUSP-GXContact Sattik Deb at sd144@nyu.edu.
Integrated Digital Media (IDM)DM-GYNon-IDM students can self-register for IDM classes in Albert starting on Monday, April 22nd. For questions, contact Eric Maiello at em1680@nyu.edu.
Elect. EngineeringECE-GYContact Xiao-Kang Chen at xkchen@nyu.edu, or 646-997-3056.
Educational Communications & Technology EDCT-GEContact Kamran Khan at kamran.khan@nyu.edu, or 646-997-0734.
Game DesignGAMES-GTFor Game Design classes, fill out this Google form, or contact Kevin Spain at kds3@nyu.edu.
Media, Culture & Communication MCC-GEIf space is available after Monday, July 1st, non-majors may self-register directly in Albert. 
Music Instrumental: JazzMPAJZ-GEContact Joyce Yin at jy41@nyu.edu, or 212-998-5073, or Paulette Morong at pl12@nyu.edu, or 212-992-9015.
Music Theory and CompositionMPATC-GEContact Joyce Yin at jy41@nyu.edu, or 212-998-5073, or Paulette Morong at pl12@nyu.edu, or 212-992-9015.
Music TechnologyMPATE-GEContact Eleanor Sparaccio at el1696@nyu.edu, or 212-998-5071.
Museum StudiesMSMS-GAContact Candace Laning at candace.laning@nyu.edu, or 212-998-8082.
Project Management (SPS)MSPM1-GCFill out an SPS Cross-Registration Form, and follow-up with SPS Academic Adviser Kate Guzman at kate.anderson@nyu.edu.
Photography & ImagingPHTI-GTFill out the non-major course request form to obtain permission to enroll.
PsychologyPSYCH-GAContact Sheena Herrmann at sheena.herrmann@nyu.edu, or 212-998-3874.
SternXXXX-GB1. Review the Fall 2019 list of classes available to non-Stern NYU students, here (Fall Stern classes are still TBA).
2. Fill out a cross-registration form and bring to Dante for signature.
3. Starting on (date TBD), Dante can submit cross-registration forms to Stern for Fall 2019.
4. Dante will be notified within 2 weeks of the submission if the request is approved by Stern.
Urban Planning (Wagner)URPL-GP1. Fill out a cross-registration request.
2. Updates to requests are sent directly to the student 10 business days after the request is made.
3. Some courses may close out, or will not have capacity until one month before the start of classes.
WagnerXXXX-GP1. Fill out a cross-registration request.
2. Updates to requests are sent directly to the student 10 business days after the request is made.
3. Some courses may close out, or will not have capacity until one month before the start of classes.

Using the Course Search Tool in Albert to Find Courses in Outside Departments

1.) Go to either 1.) the NYU Public Course Search page: http://albert.nyu.edu/course-search , or 2.) navigate to your Fall 2019 Shopping Cart (in Albert's Student Center, under the "Student" tab), and click the "Course Search" link.

2.) Update the fields in the right-hand navigation bar to tailor your search. You will want to make sure you have the following items selected on your navigation bar to help you search for classes:
  • Under "Terms Offered" select "Fall 2019"
  • Under "Academic Career" select "Graduate"
  • Under "Open/Closed/Wait List Classes" select "Open"
3.) Remember, you may only apply graduate-leveladviser-approved non-ITP courses toward the degree.

4.) You can also narrow down your search by a number of other fields in the navigation bar (by school, by unit, by day of the week, or by time of day), or by searching the course descriptions for keywords (for example if you are looking for courses that mention graphic design in the course description or course title).

5.) If you need help finding non-ITP classes using the NYU Course Search tool, or are confused about obtaining enrollment permissions for a particular course, please come see Dante at his desk for assistance.

6.) A good standard of practice when enrolling in courses in other departments at NYU is to Google search the department or unit and contact their administrative office to make sure that you are allowed to enroll in their courses! You do not want to find out on the first day of classes that you are not allowed to take the class. If you need help finding the contact information for a particular course or department, please come see me for assistance.

Essential Albert Functions

1.) ADD (click here for a video & visual guide)
  • Add courses (as long as you do not exceed your maximum unit limit, in which case you should use SWAP)
  • Add yourself to the waitlist of a closed course
2.) SWAP (click here for a video & visual guide)
  • Select an enrolled course that you would be willing to drop (your SWAP course) in order to enroll in another course (or be placed on the waitlist, if the other course is closed).
3.) DROP (click here for a video & visual guide)
  • Drop a course in which you are enrolled
  • Drop a waitlisted course
4.) EDIT SWAP (click here for a video & visual guide)
  • Designate (or change) a SWAP option for any of your waitlisted courses.
  • Please see this page for more details regarding IMA / ITP's waiting list policies and procedures and how to set up and use an EDIT SWAP.