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 Online Student Guide for information on policies, procedures and how online classes work. 

For any questions or concerns, please contact:

Lea (Friedman) Abberbock
Program Manager, Online Education
Lea.Friedman3@touro.edu

Chana Goldberg
Presidential Fellow, Online Education
(646) 565-6000, Ext. 55045
chana.goldberg10@touro.edu

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

Fall 2020 Online Course Schedule

CRN #

COURSE CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

INSTRUCTOR

   

 DEPARTMENT: BUSINESS

(Enrollment in any Business course requires written permission from the Department Chair)

10698

EBEN 101

OL

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

3

ROCKOVE, DAVID

   

10702

EBEN 101

OL1

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

3

ROCKOVE, DAVID

   

10707

EBEN 102

OL

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

3

ROCKOVE, DAVID

   

10711

EBFN 220

OL

CORPORATION FINANCE

3

ROSENBERG, MENACHEM

   

16125 

EBFN 500

OL

ADVANCED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

3

ROSENBERG, MENACHEM

   

10715

EBKN 101

OL

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

3

ROVT, STEVEN

   

10755

EBMN 101

OL

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

3

ROVT, STEVEN

   

10762

PHIN 225

OL

BUSINESS ETHICS

3

ROVT, STEVEN

   

10773

EBMN 202

OL

ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY & BEHAVIOR

3

ROVT, STEVEN

   

10780

EBMN 224

OL

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

3

ROVT, STEVEN

   

10899

EBFN 101

OL

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

3

TBA

   

10951

EBAN 209

OL

FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

3

BERGER. DOVI

   

14878

EBKN 201

OL

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

3

DIAMANTSTEIN, MICHAEL

   

14635

EBKN 315

OL

ADVERTISING & PROMOTION MANAGEMENT

3

DIAMANTSTEIN, MICHAEL

   

DEPARTMENTS: HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

(LAS students can register for GHS History courses with Departmental approval)

10973

11015

GHSN 105

HISN 141

OL

OL

US HISTORY FROM SETTLEMENTS TO 1877

3

3

NINNESS, RICHARD

   

11017

GHSN 240

OL

ETHINIC GROUPS IN THE UNITED STATES

3

LAUER, THEODORE

   

11021

11024

GJSN 271

HISN 271

OL

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY

3

3

LAUER, THEODORE

   

11030

11036

GHSN 450

HISN 450

OL

AMERICAN CULTURAL HISTORY

3

3

LAUER, THEODORE

   

11043

HISN 220

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY I

3

NINNESS, RICHARD

   

11046

HISN 221

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY II

3

NINNESS, RICHARD

   

13411

HISN 220

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY I

3

NINNESS, RICHARD

   

11059

11061

GHSN 306

HISN 306

OL

OL

HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY

3

3

HYMES, ELLIOT

   

11066

GHSN 325

OL

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTS IN THE US

3

LAUER, THEODORE

   

11070

11072

GHSN 202

HMHN 101

OL

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS (RESTRICTED TO NYSCAS)

GREEK AND ROMAN HISTORY (RESTRICTED TO LAS)

3

NINNESS, RICHARD

   

11075

HISN 255

OL

HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE I

3

ABRAMSON, HENRY

   

11077

HISN 262

OL

HOLOCAUST

3

ABRAMSON, HENRY

   

DEPARTMENTS: COMPUTER SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS

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

11252

MATN 120

OL

PRE-CALCULUS

3

ADOUT, ROBERT

   

11256

MATN 121

OL

CALCULUS I

4

ADOUT, ROBERT

   

11261/11265

11269

OR GSMN130/

132

MATN 111

OL

COLLEGE MATH

(LAS STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR MATN 111) (SCAS STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR A GSMN COURSE)

3

ADOUT, ROBERT

   

11296

MATN 261

OL

STATISTICS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJORS

3

ADOUT, ROBERT

   

11379

MCON 140

OL

COMPUTER CONCEPTS WITH MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3

FINK, JESSE

   

11380

MCON 148

OL

COMPUTER BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

3

FINK, SHMUEL

   

11381

MCON 275

OL

ADVANCED INTERNET TOOLS & WEB PAGE DESIGN

3

GUTHERC, MIRIAM

   

11382

MCON 358

OL

WEB PROGRAMMING

3

GUTHERC, MIRIAM

   

12466

MCON 521

OL

ANDROID SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

3

ABRAHAMSON, SAMUEL

   

DEPARTMENTS: PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE & HUMAN SERVICES

(ALL NON- REQUIRED PSYCH COURSES COUNT AS A PSYCH ELECTIVE)

11383

PSYN 326

OL

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

LITWIN, ELISSA

   

11385

PSYN 201

OL

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

LITWIN, ELISSA

   

11387

PSYN 301

OL

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101, MAT 261)

3

LITWIN, ELISSA

   

11388

PSYN 301L

OL

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY LAB (CO-REQUISITE FOR PSY 301 OL)

1

LITWIN, ELISSA

   

11390

PSYN 310

OL

PERSONALITY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

BROWNSTEIN, AARON

   

11392

PSYN 332

OL

HISTORY AND SYSTEMS (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

TARSHISH, CHAIM

   

11391

PSYN 335

OL

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

BROWNSTEIN, AARON

   

11389

PSYN 102

OL

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

LITWIN, ELISSA

   

11393

PSYN 351

OL

BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PRE-REQ PSY 101)

3

TARSHISH, CHAIM

   

11394

PSYN 231

OL

PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING

3

COHEN, ELIE

   

11395

GPSN 216

OL

ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

3

ANJUM, ARUBA

   

11396

GPSN 224

OL

PSYCHOLOGY OF THE FAMILY

3

ANJUM, ARUBA

   

11397

GPSN 204

OL

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

3

ANJUM, ARUBA

   

11398

SASN 103

OL

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

3

SILBERMAN, MARC

   

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION

11399

EDUN 201

OL

PSYCHOSOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING, BIRTH-GRADE 6

3

SHAPIRO, CHAIM

   

11402

EDUN 303

OL

TEACHING THE SOCIAL STUDIES SPECTRUM SUBJECTS, GRADES 1-6

3

CARLIN, BRIAN

   

11405

EDUN 304

OL

MATH/SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY, GRADES 1-6

3

SHIMONOV, JOSEPH

   

11407

SPEN 309

OL

PRINCIPLES OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, GRADES 1-6

3

HAMILTON, SHERRY

   

11411

EDUN 311

OL

PRINCIPLES OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

3

HAMILTON, SHERRY

   

11413

EDUN 316

OL

LANGUAGE ACQUISITION & EMERGENT LITERACY I, BIRTH-PRE-K

3

ZELASKO, DEBORAH

   

11412

SPEN 313

OL

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR YOUNG EXEPTIONAL CHILDREN

3

HAMILTON, SHERRY

   

DEPARTMENT: BIOLOGY

 

11414

BION 240

OL

MEDICAL ETHICS AND BIOETHICS

3

LOIKE, JOHN

   

16764

GSBN 117

 

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I

4

     

16765

GSBN 117L

 

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I LAB

0

     

16766

GSBN 118

 

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II

4

     

16767

GSBN 118L

 

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II LAB

0

     

Spring 2021 Online Course Schedule

CRN #

Course Code

 

Course Title

Credits

Instructor

 

DEPARTMENT: BUSINESS

15939

EBEN 101

OL

Principles of Macroeconomics          

3

Rockove, david

 

15947

EBEN 102

OL

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Rockove, DAVID

 

15948

EBEN 102

OL

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Rockove, DAVID

 

15950

EBFN 101

OL

Principles of Finance

3

Cohn, gordon

 

15951

EBFN 220

OL

Corporation Finance

3

Rosenberg, menahem

 

15953

EBAN 209

OL

FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

3

BERGER, CHAIM D.

 

15961

EBKN 101

OL

Principles of Marketing         

3

TBD

 

15962

ebmn 101

ol

principles of management

3

Rovt, steven

 

15964

phiN 225

ol

business ethics

3

rovt, steven

 

15969

EBkN 204

ol

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

3

rovt, steven

 

15967

ebmn 202

ol

organizational theory & behavior

3

rovt, steven

 

15971

ebmn 224

ol

human resource management

3

rovt, steven

 

15973

EBKN 201

ol

Consumer behavior

3

Diamantstein, michael

 

15974

ebkn 315

ol

advertising and promotion

3

diamantstein, Michael

 

15975

EBKN 207

ol

Social Media & Marketing

3

Diamantstein,
Michael

 

DEPARTMENTs: HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

15976    
15977

GHSN 106
HISN 142

OL
OL

History of the us from 1877 to Present
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 142 OL)

3
3

Lauer, theodore

 

15865

hisn 510

OL

JEWISH INTELLECTUAL Tradition

3

KADISH, ALAN

 

16149 

HISN 256

OL

HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE II

3

ABRAMSON, HENRY

 

15978
15979

HMHN 101
GHSN 202

ol

GREEK & ROMAN HISTory
(CIVILIZATIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

 

3

Ninness, Richard

 

16029
16030

HISN 206
GHSN 203

OL
OL

The Immigrant Experience (LAS students should register for HIS 206 OL)

3
3

Lauer, theodore

 

16031
16034

GJSN 262
HISN 262

OL
OL

The Holocaust
(SCAS students should register for GjS 262)
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 262 OL)

3
3

Lauer, theodore

 

16036
16037

GHSN 210
HISN 210

OL
OL

The African American Experience
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 210 OL)  (SCAS students for GHS 210)

3
3

Lauer, theodore

 

16039

HISN 220

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY I

3

ninness, richard

 

16041

HISN 220

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY I

3

ninness, richard

 

16042

HISN 221

OL

SURVEY OF MODERN HISTORY II

3

ninness, richard

 

16045
16046

GHSN 335
HISN 335

OL
OL

american in the 20th century (for SCAS Students only)
(LAS studentS should register for HIS 335 OL)

3
3

Hymes, Elliot

 

DEPARTMENT: BIOLOGY

 

16047

BIO 120

OL

Health & Disease: bio for non-science majors

3

LOIKE, JOHN

 

16048

bioN 240

OL

MEDICAL ETHICS AND BIOETHICS

3

Loike, john

 

16080

GSBN117

OL

HUMAN ANATOMY & pHYSIOLOGY I

4

lABARGE, JUDITH

 

16089

GSBN117L

OL

HUMAN ANATOMY & pHYSIOLOGY I LAB

0

lABARGE, JUDITH

 

16090

GSBN118 

OL

HUMAN ANATOMY & pHYSIOLOGY II

4

lABARGE, JUDITH

 

16096

GSBN118L

OL

HUMAN ANATOMY & pHYSIOLOGY II LAB

0

lABARGE, JUDITH

 

DEPARTMENTs: COMPUTER SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS 

16099

MATN 120

OL

PRE-CALCULUS

3

Adout, robert

 

16100

MATN 121

OL

CALCULUS I

4

Adout, robert

 

16101
16102

MATN 111
GSMN 130

OL

COLLEGE MATH
(LAS students should register for MATN 111) (scas students should register for a gsmn course)

3

Adout, robert

 

16103

MATN 261

OL

STATISTICS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJORS

3

Adout, robert

 

16104

MCON 140

OL

COMPUTER CONCEPTS WITH MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3

Fink, jesse

 

16105

mcon 521

ol

android software development

3

abrahamson, samuel

 

16109

MCON 148

OL

COMPUTER BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

3

Fink, shmuel

 

16110

MCON 245

OL

UNIX

3

fink, shmuel

 

16112

MCON 275

OL

ADVANCED INTERNET TOOLS & WEB Page design

3

Gutherc, miriam

 

16114

MCON 358

OL

WEB PROGRAMMING 

3

Gutherc, miriam

 

DEPARTMENTS: PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE & HUMAN SERVICES

16118

PSYN 101

OL

Intro to psychology

3

Litwin, Elissa

 

16119

psyn 201

ol

Developmental psychology

3

litwin, elissa

 

16120

PSYN 301

OL

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOgy  (cap at 18)

3

Litwin, elissa

 

16123

PSYN 301l

OL

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY LAB (co-requisite for PSY 301 OL) (cap at 18)

1

Litwin, elissa

 

16125

PSYN 310

OL

PERSONALITY (pre-req PSY 101)

3

Brownstein, AARON

 

16128

PSYN 335

OL

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (pre-req PSY 101)

3

Brownstein, AARON

 

16130

PSYN 351

OL

BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (pre-req PSY 101)

3

Tarshish, chaim

 

16132

psyn 312

ol

cognition & memory

3

tarshish, chaim

 

16133

psyn 345

ol

psychology of health and illness

3

litwin, elissa

 

16135

psyn 560

ol

positive psychology

3

cohen, elie

 

16136

SASN 103

OL

INTROduction TO SOCIOLOGY

3

silberman, marc

 

16139

GPSN 224

OL

PSYCHOLOGY OF THE FAMILY 

3

Anjum, aruba

 

16141

GPSN 204

OL

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

3

Anjum, aruba

 

16145

GPSN 312

ol

cognition and memory

3

dimatteo, carrie

 

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION

16150

EDUN 201

OL

PSYchosocial foundations of growth, development & learning, birth-grade 6

3

Shapiro, chaim

 

16151

EDUN 303

OL

TEACHing THE SOCIAL STUDIES SPECTRUM SUBJECTS, GRaDeS 1-6

3

Carlin, brian

 

16152

EDUN 304

OL

mathematics, science & technology:  Teaching & remediation, grades  1-6

3

SHIMONOV, JOSEPH

 

16153

EDUN 312

OL

METHODOLOGY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDucation

3

Hamilton, sherry

 

16155

SPEN 314

OL

Addressing challenging behaviors of young exceptional children

3

Hamilton, sherry

 

16157

EDUN 317

OL

LANGuage ACQUISition & EMergent literacy, early childhood ii

3

Zelasko, deborah

 

16159

EDSN 640

OL

ASSessment of individual differences in general education & special education

3

Shimonov, joseph

 

16160

EDsN 650

OL

COMPuter & EDUcational technology in GENeral & Special education

3

Fink, shmuel

 


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