As you register for Fall courses, please keep in mind



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As you register for Fall courses, please keep in mind:

  • As you register for Fall courses, please keep in mind:
    • Selected Fall classes may be changed based on Pre-Freshman Summer program performance.
    • All HEOP and CSTEP freshmen must register for corresponding Non-Credit Courses that support their credit bearing courses for both Fall and Spring semesters.
    • OP Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 607) is mandatory for both Fall and Spring semesters.
    • CAS Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA ---) is mandatory during either the Fall or Spring semesters.
    • In place of Writing the Essay (EXPOS-UA 1), all HEOP and CSTEP students must take Writing I (WRI-UF 101) in the Fall and Writing II (WRII-UF 102) in the Spring to fulfill the writing requirement. There are no exceptions.

If you are a student in NYU’s CSTEP or HEOP program, you have the added benefit of the following resources:

  • If you are a student in NYU’s CSTEP or HEOP program, you have the added benefit of the following resources:
  • We encourage you to familiarize yourself with this overview of what you should expect during your first summer and semester at NYU.

Summer

  • Summer
    • Pre-Freshman Critical Analysis (HEOP-UE 605)
    • Pre-Freshman Writing (HEOP-UE 606)
    • Pre-Freshman Algebra and Calculus (HEOP-UE 610) OR (Pre-Freshman QR HEOP-UE 611)
    • Pre-Freshman Individual Research Project (HEOP-UE 612)
    • Pre-Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 624)
  • Fall
    • CAS Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • Cultures & Contexts (CORE-UA 5--) OR Texts & Ideas (CORE-UA 4--)
    • Writing I (WRI-UF 101)
    • Quantitative Reasoning (CORE-UA 1--)
    • Quantitative Reasoning Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 662)
    • Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 607)
    • Writing Intensives Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 652)**
  • **Writing Intensives are assigned to students designated by their Writing Instructor during the fall and spring semesters.

Summer

  • Summer
    • Pre-Freshman Calculus (HEOP-UE 601)
    • Pre-Freshman Critical Analysis (HEOP-UE 605)
    • Pre-Freshman Writing (HEOP-UE 606)
    • Pre-Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 624)
    • Pre-Freshman Chemistry (HEOP-UE 625)
  • Fall
    • General Chemistry I & Laboratory (CHEM-UA 125)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • Calculus I (MATH-UA 121)
    • Writing I (WRI-UF 101)
    • Cultures & Contexts (CORE-UA 5--) OR Texts & Ideas (CORE-UA 4--) OR Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA---)
    • General Chemistry I Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 629)
    • Calculus I Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 613)
    • Writing Intensives Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 652)**
    • Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 607)
  • **Writing Intensives are assigned to students designated by their Writing Instructor during the fall and spring semesters.

Summer

  • Summer
    • Pre-Freshman Critical Analysis (HEOP-UE 605)
    • Pre-Freshman Writing (HEOP-UE 606)
    • Pre-Freshman Algebra and Calculus (HEOP-UE 610)
    • Pre-Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 624)
    • Pre-Freshman Chemistry (HEOP-UE 625)
  • Fall
    • CAS Freshman Seminar (FRSEM-UA)
      • Cohort Meeting
    • Algebra and Calculus (MATH-UA 9)
    • Writing I (WRI-UF 101)
    • Cultures & Contexts (CORE-UA 5--) OR Texts & Ideas (CORE-UA 4--)
    • Algebra and Calculus Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 661)
    • OP Freshman Colloquium (HEOP-UE 607)
    • Writing Intensives Non-Credit Course (HEOP-UE 652)**
  • **Writing Intensives are assigned to students designated by their Writing Instructor during the fall and spring semesters.

Pre-Freshman Summer Program



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