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NE W YO R K UN IV E R S IT Y B U L L E T I N SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPRING 2009 The following information is taken from the spring 2009 SCPS bulletin. Please note that changes are made to course schedules and locations, and new offerings are added on a continuing basis. Visit our website for the most up-to-date program information: www.scps.nyu.edu ANNOUNCEMENT FOR...

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W NE YO R K UN IV E R S IT Y B U L L E T I N SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPRING 2009 The following information is taken from the spring 2009 SCPS bulletin. Please note that changes are made to course schedules and locations, and new offerings are added on a continuing basis. Visit our website for the most up-to-date program information: www.scps.nyu.edu ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SPRING 2009 VOL. CIX, NO. 1, MARCH 2 2009 HOW TO REGISTER WEB: scps.nyu.edu 24 HOURS A DAY Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express MAIL Mail registrations are accepted throughout the semester and must be postmarked at least two weeks before the course start date. Use the postage-paid registration form at the back of this Bulletin. Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Check SPRING TERM CALENDAR Winter Session Classes Throughout January 2009 TELEPHONE: (212) 998-7150 Now through January 16: MondayFriday, 9. a.m.5 p.m.* Extended hours, January 20February 12: MondayThursday, 9. a.m.7 p.m.; Friday, 9. a.m.5 p.m. Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express Spring Classes Begin Wednesday, February 4 IN PERSON 25 West 4th Street Now through January 16: MondayFriday, 9 a.m.5 p.m.* For extended hours at this location, visit scps.nyu.edu. Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Check, Cash Presidents Day Monday, February 16 All classes cancelled. Mid-Winter Recess TuesdayThursday, February 1720 Classes cancelled at Norman Thomas Center and Manhattan Village Academy only. FAX: (212) 995-3060 24 HOURS A DAY Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express Spring Recess Register now for the best course selection and availability. You may register during the semester according to the schedules and procedures in the Registration section of this Bulletin. Courses begin throughout the term. MondaySunday, March 1622 All classes cancelled except at Norman Thomas and Manhattan Village Academy. ThursdaySunday, April 919 Classes cancelled at Norman Thomas and Manhattan Village Academy only. EDUCATION ADVISEMENT NOT SURE WHAT TO TAKE? Need advisement on a continuing education course or certificate, or need help deciding what to take? Our education advisors are available to help you in person, by phone, or by e-mail. NEED TO CHECK CLASS LOCATIONS OR TIMES? You can log in to your online account at scps.nyu.edu to view your course details, including class locations, room numbers, dates, and times, or call the number below. Call: (212) 998-7200 IN PERSON 145 Fourth Avenue, 2nd Floor (between 13th and 14th Streets) Now through January 16: MondayThursday, 9 a.m.6 p.m.; Friday until 5 p.m.* Extended hours, January 20February 12: MondayThursday, 9 a.m.7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.5 p.m. TELEPHONE: (212) 998-7171 For an advisor specific to your area of interest, see the General Information section of this Bulletin. Now through January 16: MondayThursday, 9 a.m.6 p.m.; Friday until 5 p.m.* Extended hours, January 20February 12: MondayThursday, 9 a.m.7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.5 p.m. NEED TO DROP A COURSE? You may drop a course by mail (145 Fourth Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003), in person (at NYU Student Services, 25 West 4th Street, Window 24, New York, NY 10012), online at scps.nyu.edu/drop, or by fax (212-995-3060) up until one day before the course start date. If you wish to withdraw from a course after the first class has met, please consult our refund policy in the Registration section of this Bulletin. E-MAIL: advice.scps@nyu.edu WE WELCOME YOUR FEEDBACK At NYU-SCPS, students are our number one priority. Thats why we want to hear about your experiences with SCPS. We invite your questions, comments, and suggestions. Call: (212) 998-7171 Web: scps.nyu.edu/feedback ON THE COVER: JOEL NAKAMURA Joel Nakamura is known for his unique style: a blend of folk art and sophisticated iconography rendered in a neoprimitive technique, and informed by his knowledge of tribal art and mythology. Nakamuras work has garnered more than 200 awards, enlivened venues around the world from U.S. embassies to Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, and been featured in Time, U.S. News & World Report, and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications and books. He resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with his wife Kathleen and children Paloma and Kai. * Telephone and in-person registration may be suspended or altered due to holiday observance. WEB SCPS.NYU.EDU | E-MAIL SCPSINFO@NYU.EDU PROJECT MANAGEMENT Click here for department website. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Staying competitive requires managing projects where schedules, budget, and quality intersect with customer satisfaction. Powerful new techniques and methods can vastly improve your organizational environment and ultimately help meet bottom-line expectations. NYU-SCPS has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI credit hours (PDUs), contact hours, and course numbers are listed at the end of each description. Our offerings in Project Management include: Continuing education courses that address core and advanced skills for project management in a variety of fields. Professional certificate program in Business Project Management (page 3). For more information visit scps.nyu.edu/management, or call (212) 998-7186 to speak to an education advisor. CAREER NIGHT Business Project Management Monday, 68 p.m., January 12 Woolworth Building 15 Barclay Street, 2nd floor Career nights include discussions on industry news and career opportunities, presentations on curriculum, and a chance to ask questions of faculty and staff. No RSVP is required, but please be punctual. For more information, call (212) 998-7171. Basic Project Management X52.8600/$755 W Sec. 1: Wed. 6.309 p.m., Feb. 11Apr. 8 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 18. Anita Dhir W Sec. 2: Wed. Thurs. Fri. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Feb. 46 (3 sessions). Anita Dhir W Sec. 3: Tues. 6.309 p.m., Feb. 10Apr. 7 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 17. Barry Katz W Sec. 4: Sat. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Feb. 1428 (3 sessions). Susan Shapiro, writer, New York Times Book Review, Newsday, Details, others. W Sec. 5: Sun. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Mar. 829 (3 sessions). No class Mar. 15. Irvin Berelowitz, lead design analyst, SIAC. W Sec. 6: Sat. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Apr. 1125 (3 sessions). Susan Shapiro Project management skills are increasingly important in todays competitive organizations, especially to those who promise to meet project goals on time and within budget while maintaining quality standards. Learn the theories, tools, and techniques of successful project management. Sessions cover task organization and sequencing; schedule development; critical path method implementation as a management tool; the use of milestone and Gantt charts; the reverse planning method; and cost, performance, and client considerations. Meet your professional challenges head-on by applying these techniques. Recommended for those with fewer than two years of project management experience. PMI course number 2204499600. Project Management Certification Exam Prep X52.8601/$795 W Sec. 1: Sat. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Feb. 28 Mar. 28 (4 sessions). Anita Dhir W Sec. 2: Mon.Thurs. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Apr. 69 (4 sessions). Anita Dhir In todays competitive job market, credentials matter more than ever before. Project managers with Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials are not only more marketable, but they also have access to better opportunities. Give yourself a competitive edge. Take advantage of this important opportunity to review the materials required for test preparation and to take sample tests that determine your level of readiness for the exam. Students should visit the PMI website, which provides detailed information about the PMP certification application requirements. Students should take this seminar after they have been qualified by PMI to take the exam. The PMP exam is given by PMI (pmi.org), or through the NYC Chapter (pminyc.org). Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499606. Risk and Change Management X52.8611/$685 W Sec. 1: Thurs. 6.309 p.m., Feb. 5Apr. 2 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 19. Richard Aronin Uncertainty is always present, even in the best-planned projects. However, you can learn how to deal with the unpredictable as you focus on managing change and minimizing risk. Examine effective methods for identifying the risks that threaten your projects, their potential impact, and how to establish a risk management plan. Discover how to best control cost and schedule variances. Examine sources of change and explore the context in which strategies to monitor and update project plans are designed. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499601. Second Start Courses Over 170 second start courses begin throughout the spring. For updates, visit scps.nyu.edu. W Meets at the Woolworth Building, 15 Barclay St. 1 WEB: SCPS.NYU.EDU E-MAIL: SCPSINFO@NYU.EDU PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Communication Management X52.8612/$645 W Sec. 1: Sat. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Feb. 721 (3 sessions). Anita Dhir W Sec. 2: Fri. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Feb. 27 Mar. 13 (3 sessions). Anita Dhir Approximately 90 percent of a project managers time is spent communicating, and their effectiveness is directly correlated with a projects success. While technology provides many communication options, the choices can be overwhelming. Learn to make technology work for you by exploring processes, tools, and techniques that improve communication and increase productivity. Discover how technology can help you manage stakeholder expectations; report on project status; conduct effective meetings; communicate with clients, senior management, and project team members; and express your ideas clearly and concisely. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499609. Map Your Career in Project Management Project management skills are useful in a variety of industries. An NYU-SCPS certificate is a valuable credential for those hoping to move into the field, as well as for established project managers looking to specialize in either business project management or IT project management. Map your career by completing the certificate following one of these tracks. RECOMMENDED COURSES OF STUDY: For aspiring project managers: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 Project Management for Information Systems/X52.8650 or Project Analysis for Managers/X52.8613 or Risk and Change Management/X52.8611 Managing Projects Using MS Project 2007/X52.8630 or Contracts, Procurement, and Negotiation for Project Managers/X52.8620 Project Communication Management/X52.8612 or Team Management in a Project Environment/ X52.8617 or Quality Techniques for Projects/X52.8640 Extreme Project Management/X52.8641 or Project Management Certification Exam Prep/ X52.8601 or Managing Projects for Speed/X52.8643 CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT (page 3) For project management professionals seeking additional continuing education credits and credentials: For project managers with an IT background Team Management in a Project Environment/ X52.8617 Project Management for Information Systems/X52.8650 Risk and Change Management/ X52.8611 Project Communication Management/ X52.8612 or Advanced Techniques in Project Management/X52.8615 Contracts, Procurement, and Negotiation for Project Managers/ X52.8620 Managing Projects for Speed/X52.8643 or Quality Techniques for Projects/ X52.8640 CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT (page 3) Project Analysis for Managers X52.8613/$645 W Sec. 1: Tues. 6.309 p.m., Feb. 10Apr. 7 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 17. David Miles Learn what it takes to bring difficult and challenging projects to completion in record turnaround time. This hands-on course demonstrates how to diagnose and correct project management problems quickly and accurately. Participants evaluate case studies and examine actual projects taken from their workplace focusing on planning, triage, and a structured methodology to identify problems and implement corrective action measures step by step. By employing the methods used in this course, project managers can avoid wasting time, effort, and resources. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499603. For project managers with a business background Project Analysis for Managers/ X52.8613 Managing Projects Using MS Project 2007/X52.8630 Extreme Project Management/X52.8641 or Risk and Change Management/X52.8611 Advanced Techniques in Project Management X52.8615/$795 W Sec. 1: Tues. 69 p.m., Feb. 10Apr. 21 (10 sessions). No class March 17. Richard Aronin Rapid global change requires advanced real-world, real-time skills, not just the basics. Advanced techniques to manage risk and procurement include analysis, causation, and remediation of issues in risk management and procurement plans. Explore the roles of motivation, leadership, and teams in project success. Examine the crucial nature of keeping external stakeholders satisfied, developing upfront buy in, and correcting project missteps. Identify and discuss several Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) skills in depth. This course is for serious, advanced PM students ready for certification. Students already certified may also take this course to maintain/further their PM skills. Prerequisites: Contracts, Procurement, and Negotiation for Project Managers/X49.8620 and Risk and Change Management/X49.8611 or equivalent knowledge. Team Management in a Project Environment X52.8617/$645 W Sec. 1: Thurs. 6.309 p.m., Mar. 5 Apr. 30 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 19. Steven Jewusiak, senior business operations and project management professional. Develop the skill to bring diverse individuals together into a cohesive, goaloriented team. Learn to communicate the scope and importance of your project, keep meetings on track, deal with difficult team members, and focus individual efforts toward achieving project goals. Teams of highly diverse groups of people require more critical management skill than less diverse groupings. This workshop demonstrates team-building and team-management techniques through leadership development. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499605. Managing Projects Using MS Project 2007 X52.8630/$645 W Sec. 1: Sat. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Feb. 1428 (3 sessions). Edward L. Kleinert W Sec. 2: Sat. 9 a.m.4.30 p.m., Apr. 418 (3 sessions). Anita Dhir For a project manager, balancing a projects scope, cost, time, and resources is an ongoing challenge. Microsoft Project, a popular project management tool, helps you view, analyze, and manage these project coordinates concurrently all from your desktop. This course demonstrates how to develop a workbreakdown structure, create schedules and record baseline planning data, collect and document actual data, and generate project status reports. Explore Gantt charts, network diagrams, calendar views, and resource graphs and sheets. Review options for entering planning data and optimizing schedules. Learn to perform variance analysis, create reports, and customize views. Prerequisites: Basic Project Management/X52.8600, Microsoft Project/ X52.9901, or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499610. 24 PDU To fulfill the Project Management Institutes education requirements, before any candidate applies for a PMI credential, all 35 contact hours of formal education must have been completed within the past eight years, and at the time of application. Contracts, Procurement, and Negotiation for Project Managers X52.8620/$685 W Sec. 1: Wed. 6.309 p.m., Feb. 4Apr. 1 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 18. Richard Aronin Project managers often work with a complex lineup of vendors, purchasers, and subcontractors. Understanding the contracting process, including negotiating strategies, is a critical part of keeping a project on target and on budget. Learn how to prepare for negotiations, form a starting position, influence the other party, and move toward closure with an overview of the contracting process. Gain insight into how to interpret and administer contracts. Special attention is given to performance and cost control from the project managers viewpoint. PMI course number 2204-499602. Wondering what to take? advice.scps@nyu.edu (212) 998-7171 TO REGISTER: (212) 998-7150 FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ADVISEMENT: (212) 998-7171 2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Quality Techniques for Projects X52.8640/$645 S Sec. 1: Thurs. 69 p.m., Mar. 26Apr. 30 (6 sessions). Peter Sawchuk From developing new software to building a skyscraper, todays business growth relies on successful projects. Quality is a key component of project deliverables and an important aspect in their perceived success. This course covers the application of fundamental and advanced quality improvement techniques. State-ofthe-art quality concepts are covered including the popular, often-practiced Six Sigma and the most common quality techniques used in businesses today. Hands-on exercises help demonstrate each concept or tool. Upon completion, students have the knowledge and skills to successfully apply these concepts and tools to any project. PMI course number 2204-499614. Project Management for Information Systems X52.8650/$645 S Sec. 1: Tues. 6.309 p.m., Mar. 3 Apr. 28 (8 sessions). No class Mar. 17. Edward L. Kleinert Through practical experience using case studies, learn how to integrate project-management methodologies within an information technology setting. Discover how to maintain control of your projects with proven scheduling methods, motivate and propel your team toward greater productivity levels, and keep people problems to a minimum for enhanced project completion and success. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499607. d Summer Preview Project Management Dates and times to be announced Gain hands-on experience in a series of real-world topics by defining a business problem, planning the delivery of a solution, and managing the execution of a project plan by integrating the nine knowledge areas of the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK). This interactive and activity-based course provides a blueprint for understanding and applying the methodologies, tools, techniques, and technologies of project management to successfully manage critical projects across varied industries and business functions. Participants acquire insights immediately applicable to their processes to improve productivity and profitability. For details on all our summer intensive programs, visit scps.nyu.edu/summer or call (212) 998-7200. Agile Project Management X52.8642/$645 W Sec. 1: Mon. 6.309.30 p.m., Feb. 23 Apr. 6 (6 sessions). No class Mar. 16. Anita Dhir Surviving in todays dynamic business world requires that you constantly revisit your project management strategies. Changing laws and rapid technological progress add to the challenges project managers face. Learn the theories and methods of the successful agile project manager and how to incorporate them into your work to plan, estimate, and report progress. Discover how to execute daily project management activities so that you can control todays highdemand, ever-changing project environment. Discover the impacts of change, even when it is introduced late in a project, and learn techniques to embrace change in project your plans. CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT This credential is designed for individuals with little or no project management experience, as well as those looking to add to their ability. The program provides the skills necessary to operate as a project manager (PM) in a variety of industries, including business and IT. NYU has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI). As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), NYU has agreed to abide by PMI-established quality assurance criteria. Upon completion of the program, students are prepared to: Use Microsoft Project software. Identify and use the skills described in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Manage a project from start to finish and communicate effectively with a project team. Understand contracts and procurement for projects. Take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam, the industry credential This certificate is awarded to students who successfully complete five required courses. Basic Project Management/X52.8600 is strongly recommended for students with less than two years of project management experience. REQUIRED COURSES (Choose five) Basic Project Management/ X52.8600 (page 1) Risk and Change Management/ X52.8611 (page 1) Contracts, Procurement, and Negotiation for Project Managers/ X52.8620 (page 2) Project Analysis for Managers/ X52.8613 (page 2) Managing Projects for Speed/ X52.8643 (this page) Team Management in a Project Environment/X52.8617 (page 2) Project Management Certification Exam Prep/X52.8601 (page 1) Project Management for Information Systems/X52.8650 (this page) Extreme Project Management/ X52.8641 (this page) Project Communication Management/ X52.8612 (page 2) Managing Projects Using MS Project 2007/X52.8630 (page 2) Quality Techniques for Projects/ X52.8640 (this page) Advanced Techniques in Project Management/X52.8615 (page 2) Agile Project Management/ X52.8642 (this page) Enterprise Project Management/ X52.8644 (this page) Extreme Project Management X52.8641/$585 W Sec. 1: Sat. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Feb. 2128 (2 sessions). David Miles An extreme project is one in which stakes are high, the luxury of lengthy planning is nonexistent, quality is paramount, and resources are few. In this course, project managers and teams learn extreme project management theory and processes, and employ the tools required to complete extreme projects. Participants are encouraged to bring a multidisciplinary team of four to six members and a project on which they are currently working. In teams, complete and deliver your project plan to senior management (subject to availability) for approval. PMI course number 2204-499608. Managing Projects for Speed X52.8643/$645 S Sec. 1: Tues. 69 p.m., Mar. 24Apr. 28 (6 sessions). Peter Sawchuk Managing projects within a condensed time frame calls for a fundamental change in thinking about focus, commitment, and teamwork. This workshop is designed to provide both new and experienced managers with specific coaching on how to realign team efforts to meet tight schedules. Focus on building project teams that understand the cost of lateness, and the need for up-front and ongoing risk mitigation. Learn management practices that achieve specific, measurable results, and are effective in managing difficult project environments across multiple industries, including telecommunications and IT. Prerequisite: Basic Project Management/X52.8600 or equivalent experience. PMI course number 2204-499604. Enterprise Project Management X52.8644/$795 M Sec. 1: Sat. 9 a.m.5 p.m., Feb. 714 (2 sessions). Jim Keogh Enterprise project managementextending a vital project role to a holistic view of the organizationis the future of business. Yet achieving seamless and transparent integration of all organizational project planning and decision-support information has proved elusive in the quest to achieve business goals. Examine the critical enterprise role of the project manager, see why significant progress has not been made in transforming to an enterprise approach, and explore how you can use this holistic approach to manage projects in todays complex organizations. The course introduces the capabilities of Microsofts MS Enterprise Project Server 2007, which enables managers to expand their view and control of individual projects and communications across the organization and beyond to help achieve enterprise project management goals. Make sure you qualify for your certificate! Read the schoolwide requirements on page 4. 3 WEB: SCPS.NYU.EDU E-MAIL: SCPSINFO@NYU.EDU Click here for department website. GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION SCPS Continuing Education Professional Certificate Programs Certificates are highlighted throughout this Bulletin in their respective subject areas, where the specific requirements and course sequences are outlined. Also, a comprehensive alphabetical listing of all certificates can be found in the Index. Most SCPS certificate programs consist of four to six continuing education courses involving 100 to 200 contact hours (50minute hours) of instruction in a specified field of study. The following rules apply: Students must satisfy the certificate program requirements listed in the Bulletin published for the term in which they register for the first course toward the certificate. Students must maintain a record of successfully completed courses. Grade mailers can be requested at scps.nyu.edu at the end of each term. Program administrators may authorize in writing substitutions of specified courses in individual situations (maximum of one substitution for a four-course certificate; two substitutions for a certificate requiring five or more courses). All courses to be applied to a given certificate must be completed, with weight grades (A, B, or C). See individual listings for details. Certificates must be completed within a period of four academic years from initial date of registration. Regular class attendance is required in order for a course to be used toward a certificate program. Courses taken at SCPS may be applied to fulfilling the requirements of only one school certificate program. No transfer work or waiver of the total number of courses required is permitted. Students are not permitted to be enrolled in full-time intensive certificate programs at the same time that they are registered in SCPS degree or diploma programs or in other schools of the university. Only one certificate may be issued in a given semester. The name printed on the certificate will match the name on the students NYU transcript. To receive a certificate, students must submit a request in writing or electronically to SCPS Office of Registration Services within one year of program completion. See the Certificate Request Form on page 193. Approval for exception to any of the above requirements must be obtained in advance in writing from the program office. Note: Departments may establish more stringent requirements for their programs. Check individual listings for details. FEES AND PAYMENTS Continuing Education Changes, Withdrawals, and Refunds Additions (added courses) to your nondegree program may be made by telephone, fax, mail, online, or in person. Program changes (drop/adds) may be made via the Web, in person, or by fax. Withdrawals. Students who wish to withdraw from or for any reason find it impossible to complete a continuing education course should officially withdraw. Requests to withdraw (drops only) from continuing education courses can be made at any time via the Web at scps.nyu.edu; by mail, Office of Registration Services, NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies, P.O. Box 1206, Stuyvesant Station, New York, NY 10009-9988; online at scps.nyu.edu/drop; by fax, (212) 995-3060; or in person, 25 West 4th Street, lobby. Merely ceasing to attend a class does not constitute official withdrawal, nor does notification to the instructor. Cancellation of payment does not constitute withdrawal, nor does it reduce indebtedness to the university; in this case, a penalty of $25 for late payment and $10 for stoppayment (subject to change without notice) must be charged. Students of any other NYU school must withdraw from SCPS courses through SCPS. Refund Policy. Refunds are computed based on the date and time the written or electronic notice of withdrawal is received by the Office of Registration Services. In addition, refunds for continuing education courses and seminars are based on the number of class sessions for the course that have met between the time of registration and withdrawal. Withdrawal does not necessarily entitle a student to a refundnor to a cancellation of tuition still due. The refund schedule is as follows. For continuing education courses (X numbers) and seminars (R--.7999 and below): 1. Prior to the first session 100 percent refund. 2. Student withdraws after one or two sessions of a course with six or more sessions75 percent refund. No refund thereafter. 3. Student withdraws after one or two sessions of a four- to five-session course60 percent refund. No refund thereafter. 4. Student withdraws after more than two sessions of a four-session course no refund. 5. Student has attended any session of a one- to three-session course no refund. For seminars and conferences (designated as R--.8000 and above or beginning with SCPS): Procedures and policies for refunds vary by department. For online courses: Refunds for online courses are calculated differently from onsite courses. Students are eligible for a 100 percent tuition refund if they withdraw from the course before the official start date. Students are eligible for a 60 percent tuition refund if they withdraw from the course before having logged into the course four times or within the first two weeks of the course. After the fourth login, or the second week, students are not eligible to receive any tuition refund for courses taken through SCPS. Advisement Wondering What to Take? Not sure what type of course best suits your needs? Having trouble navigating this Bulletin? Preregistration advisement is available over the phone, in person, or via e-mail. To reach an education advisor, call (212) 998-7171 and, or e-mail advice.scps@nyu.edu. Other numbers to call: Outside New York City, (888) 998-7204. For course availability, schedules, and class locations, call (212) 998-7200. Information Services The NYU-SCPS information line, (212) 998-7200, is open Mon.Thurs., 9 a.m.8 p.m.; Fri., 9 a.m.6 p.m.; and Sat., 10 a.m.2 p.m. Call (212) 998-7171 for education advisement Mon.Thurs., 9 a.m.6 p.m. and Fri., 9 a.m.5 p.m. (Hours are extended during registration and the first week of continuing education classes.) Our advisors are available to answer inquiries about the school and its programs. If you would like to be added to our mailing list for future Bulletins, call our Information Services line at (212) 998-7200 and leave your name and address with a staff member or our 24-hour automated attendant. You may also obtain schoolwide general information or request a Bulletin by visiting our website at scps.nyu.edu, or e-mailing your name and address to scpsinfo@nyu.edu. To receive information about the School in person, visit the Office of Enrollment and Information Services, 145 Fourth Avenue, Room 214, Mon.Thurs, 9 a.m. 6 p.m., and Fri., 9 a.m.5 p.m. Please refer to the inside front cover for extended hours. Continuing Education Registration Fees For continuing education courses (designated with an X number), the registration fee is either $10 or $20, depending on the total cost of the course or courses for which you apply. If the total of your tuition is $99 or less, your registration fee is $10. If the total of your tuition is $100 or more, the fee is $20. The maximum $20 registration fee is payable only once each semester, no matter how many times you add courses. Registration fees are nonrefundable. For conferences and seminars (designated with an R number), the cost for registration services is included in the tuition. Note: This fee schedule does not apply to the programs requiring Credit Registration. TO REGISTER: (212) 998-7150 FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ADVISEMENT: (212) 998-7171 191 R E G I S T R A T I O N F O R M Registration, Spring Term, 2009. MAIL TO: SCPS Registration Services, New York University, P.O. Box 1206, Stuyvesant Station, New York, NY 10009-9988. FAX: (212) 995-3060. Mail and fax registrations are accepted throughout the semester for late starting courses; mail registrations must be postmarked two weeks before the course start date. REGISTER EARLY FOR BEST COURSE SELECTION. PRINT NAME (LAST) (FIRST) (MIDDLE INITIAL) NYU STUDENT ID NO. BIRTH DATE FIRST ATTENDANCE IN SCPS? YES NO MR. MS. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HOME ADDRESS (STREET) ________________________________________________________________ CITY ________________________________________________ STATE __________________ APT. 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