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DENTISTRY
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneProgram Description: The program provides advanced education for dental health care providers who may wish to prepare for a career in education, research, health care management, and public health or to broaden their background by completing their college education. Degree requirements = 128 credits
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneBusiness ComputingOnlineThis course introduces students to the most essential and current concepts of information technology. Students learn basic fundamentals of computer hardware and application software.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneCultural CompentenceOnlineThis course is designed to explore the concepts of cultural competence as related to the delivery of health care. The students move along a cultural competence continuum towards cultural proficiency.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneIntroduction to Health PolicyOnlineAn introductory course designed to provide future health care decision makers with foundation of knowledge about the U.S. health care delivery system.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneInternational Perspectives of Dental HygieneOnlineStudents study international oral health and the role of the dental hygienist profession in an international perspective. The studies are problem-based and you will study in a team together with students from different countries.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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DentistryB.S.in Dental HygieneWomen's HealthOnlineThis course explores the bio-psychosocial dimensions of Women's health. The course will examine the many factors affecting the health and well-being of women throughout their lifespan.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LAW
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LawAdvanced Professional Certificate in Taxation in Corporate TaxationProgram Description: Courses recorded and delivered online. Each course is recorded by multiple live camera operators and a director, not by a fixed camera at the back of the room. Most professors use a “smart tablet” that displays the professor’s handwriting electronically in a separate window in each course video. Students having direct access to their professors through online discussion boards, e-mail and phone. Certificate requirements = 12 creditsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationRequired courses = Corporate Tax I, Corporate Tax II (see course listings under APC in Taxation in Estate Planning), Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions (see course listings under Graduate Tax Program - Part-time).NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationAdvaced Corporate Tax Problems (required course)OnlineThis course covers in substantial depth various selected problems of corporate taxation: divisive reorganizations and transactions (Section 355) and related reorganization problems with reference to an analysis of critical regulations; ...Elective for APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationAdvanced Partnership Tax I (elective course)OnlineThe course will focus on the use of partnerships in business transactions with an emphasis on the disguised sale rules, anti-mixing bowl rules, partnership mergers and divisions, and partnership incorporations. Other selected topics will be included as time permits. Elective for APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationAdvanced Partnership Tax II: Issues in Practice (elective course)OnlineThis course will examine in depth selected topics of Partnership Taxation that commonly arise in day-to-day private practice. This will include more intensive discussion of section 704(b)and (c), ...Elective for APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationInternational Tax I (elective course)OnlineThe principal focus of this course is on the U.S. taxation of income from investments or business activities in the United States by nonresident aliens and foreign corporations.Required for APC in Taxation in International Taxation, Graduate Tax Program - Part-time, elective for APC in Taxation in Estate Planning.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationInternational Tax II (elective course)OnlineThis course covers several fundamental provisions and regimes affecting U.S. taxpayers with overseas investments or operations.Required for APC in Taxation in International Taxation, Graduate Tax Program - Part-time, elective for APC in Taxation in Estate Planning.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationInternational Tax III (elective course)OnlineThis is the third of three courses offered in 2013-14 addressing US international taxation rules and policy. The focus is on other important “outbound” international tax topics ...Elective for APC in Taxation in Estate Planning, APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationPartnership Taxation (elective course)OnlineThis course examines the federal income tax consequences arising from the operation of an enterprise that is treated as a partnership for tax purposes.Elective for APC in Taxation in Estate Planning & APC in Taxation in International Taxation.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationTaxation of Financial Instruments (elective course)OnlineThe course focuses on the tax issues arising from the development and proliferation of financial instruments in the U.S. and global capital markets. We examine the tax treatment of fixed, variable, and contingent rate debt instruments (e.g., debt with interest tied to the S&P 500).NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Corporate TaxationTaxation of Property Transactions (elective course)OnlineThis course surveys several fundamental areas relating to the income taxation of property transactions. The topics include mortgages, depreciation, like-kind exchanges, leasing transactions, installment sales, and characterization of gains and losses.Elective for APC in Taxation in Estate Planning, APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAdvanced Professional Certificate in Taxation in Estate PlanningProgram Description: Courses recorded and delivered online. Each course is recorded by multiple live camera operators and a director, not by a fixed camera at the back of the room. Most professors use a “smart tablet” that displays the professor’s handwriting electronically in a separate window in each course video. Students having direct access to their professors through online discussion boards, e-mail and phone. Certificate requirements = 12 creditsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningElective courses = International Taxation I, II, III, Partnership Taxation, Taxation of Property Transactions (see course listings under APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningCorporate Tax I (elective course)OnlineThis course examines the federal income tax treatment of corporations and their shareholders arising from various transactions ....Required for APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation, elective for APC in Taxation in International Taxation & Grad. Tax Program (P-T)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningCorporate Tax II (elective course)OnlineThis course examines the federal income tax treatment of corporations and their shareholders arising from various transactions ....Required for APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation, elective for APC in Taxation in International Taxation & Grad. Tax Program (P-T)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningEstate & Gift Taxation (required course)OnlineThe transfer-tax system is the focus of this course. It will include an examination of the estate-tax and gift-tax systems and how these two systems interact.Required for Graduate Tax Program - Part-time (see hybrid worksheet)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningEstate Planning (required course)OnlineThis course examines various tax problems encountered in the planning and administration of an individual's estate.Required for Graduate Tax Program - Part-time (see hybrid worksheet)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningGeneration-Skipping Transfer Tax (elective course)OnlineAn in-depth examination of the generation-skipping transfer tax, utilization of available exemptions and exclusions, ...Elective for APC in Taxation in Estate PlanningNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningIncome Taxation of Trusts and Estates I (required course)OnlineThis course will focus on the quasi-conduit regime of Subchapter J. The subject matter is by nature quantitative and students should expect to perform computations in connection with their coursework and on the final exam.Required for Graduate Tax Program - Part-time (see hybrid worksheet)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningInternational Estate Planning (elective course)OnlineThis course will examine the income, gift and estate tax issues facing non-resident alien individuals investing in, or moving to the United States, and of United States persons investing or working abroad, ....NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningTax Aspects of Charitable GivingOnlineThis course will provide an in-depth analysis of income, estate, and gift tax issues affecting donations to charity.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningTax Exempt OrganizationsOnlineThis course focuses on the tax treatment of public and private charities exempt under I.R.C. section 501(c)(3), as well as business leagues, social welfare organizations, social clubs, and other types of tax-exempt organizations.Elective for APC in Taxation in International TaxationNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningTaxation of Executive CompensationOnlineThis course explores the principal US federal income tax concepts applicable to executive compensation. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in Estate PlanningTiming Issues and the Income TaxOnlineTiming Issues and the Income Tax begins with a detailed consideration of the cash and accrual methods of accounting.Elective for APC in Taxation in Estate PlanningNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAdvanced Professional Certificate in Taxation in International TaxationProgram Description: Courses recorded and delivered online. Each course is recorded by multiple live camera operators and a director, not by a fixed camera at the back of the room. Most professors use a “smart tablet” that displays the professor’s handwriting electronically in a separate window in each course video. Students having direct access to their professors through online discussion boards, e-mail and phone. Certificate requirements = 12 creditsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawAPC in Taxation in International TaxationRequired courses = International Tax I, II (see course listings under APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation). Elective courses = Advanced Partnership Tax I, Advanced Partnership Tax II: Issues in Practice (see course listings under APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation), Corporate Taxation I, II (see course listing under APC in Taxation in Estate Planning), International Tax III, Partnership Taxation, Taxation of Property Transactions (see course listings under APC in Taxation in Corporate Taxation), Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions, Transfer Pricing (see course listings under Grad. Tax Program (P-T))NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawExecutive LL.M. in TaxationProgram Description: Each course is recorded by multiple live camera operators and a director, not by a fixed camera at the back of the room. Most professors use a “smart tablet” that displays the professor’s handwriting electronically in a separate window in each course video. Students having direct access to their professors through online discussion boards, e-mail and phone. Degree requirements = 24 creditsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawE. LL.M. in TaxationElective courses = "Advanced tax courses", which are any tax courses at NYU excepting Income Taxation and the Tax Clinic, neither of which are open to LL.M. enrollment.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawE. LL.M. in TaxationSurvey of Tax Procedure (required course)OnlineIn this short course, we will study critical rules that power the administration of our tax system. Specific topics we will discuss include taxpayer privacy, deficiency assessments, statutes of limitations, litigation in U.S. Tax Court and U.S. District Court and tax penalties.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawE. LL.M. in TaxationTax Procedure (required course)Online This course studies the procedural problems encountered in tax cases at the administrative level and in the courts.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawMisc. Online Courses
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LawMisc. Online CoursesState Taxation of Native AmericansOnlineThe focus of this course is on the exploding field of state taxation of American Indians and Indian Tribes, as well as on the taxation of those doing business with them.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawMisc. Online CoursesSurvey of Income TaxationOnlineAmong the topics covered are definition of the tax base (what is income and what is deductible), timing issues, and the taxation of property transactions (including basis, amount realized, character of gains and losses and nonrecognition). NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawMisc. Online CoursesTax Aspects of Private Equity FundsOnlineThis is a cross-disciplinary course that will focus on tax considerations that arise in structuring private equity funds and their transactions, analyzed at the investor level, the fund level and the “target” company level.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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LawMisc. Online CoursesTax DealsOnlineThis course studies tax-related provisions in corporate acquisition agreements, including representations, covenants, indemnification, and elections. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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ENGINEERING
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EngineeringC.T. in BioinformaticsProgram Description: If you are seeking a role as an expert in bioinformatics, you need a thorough appreciation of biology, chemistry, and computer science. This online graduate certificate prepares you to join a talented cadre of creative specialists in the fast-paced pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Certification requirements = 12 credits, 3 required courses plus 1 elective (3 credits each).
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EngineeringC.T. in BioinformaticsRequired courses = Bioinformatics I: Sequence Analysis, Special Topics in "Informatics in Chemical and Biological Sciences" & Computational Tools Perl & Bioperl (see course listing under M.S. in Bioinformatics for course listings). Elective options = Bioinformatics II: Protein Structure, Microarray Data Analysis (see course listing under M.S. in Bioinformatics for course listings) and Principles of Database Systems listed below.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in BioinformaticsPrinciples of Database Systems (elective course)OnlineThis course broadly introduces database systems, including the relational data model, query languages, database design, index and file structures, query processing and optimization, ...NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Computer EngineeringProgram Description: If you are looking to participate in one of the more rapidly expanding computer professions, this online graduate certificate prepares you for work across the spectrum of computer engineering, from supercomputers to laptops. Certification requirements = 12 credits, each course is 3 credits each.
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EngineeringC.T. in Computer EngineeringRequired courses = Principles of Communication Networks (see course listing under M.S. in Electrical Engineering), Computer Architecture I (M.S. in Cyber Security). Elective courses = Analog and High Frequency Amplifier Design, Digital Integrated Circuit Design (see course listings under M.S. in Electrical Engineering)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in CybersecurityProgram Description: Acquire a solid foundation in key technologies—computer and network security, digital forensics, cryptography and biometrics. You will be able to apply your skills immediately to manage the risk of cyber attacks. Certification requirements = 15 credits, 3 required courses plus 2 electives (each course is worth 3 credits)
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EngineeringC.T. in CybersecurityRequired courses = Information Systems Security Engineering and Management, Information, Security and Privacy, Network Security (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity for course listings). Elective courses = Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis, Advanced Project in Computer Science, Biometrics, Application Security (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity for course listings). NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsProgram Description: This unique online graduate certificate prepares you for key roles as power engineers in electric utilities and in the transportation, power equipment and defense industries. Certification requirements = 12 credits, 2 required courses plus 2 elective courses (each worth 3 credits each)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsRequired course = Introduction to Electric Power Systems (see course listing under M.S. in Systems Engineering)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsElectronic Power Supplies (required course)OnlineThis course covers following topics: Review of power relationships. Power semiconductor switching devices. Rectifiers. ...NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsElectric Drives Characteristics and Controls (elective course)OnlineThe course centers on conversion of load (resistive) torque, inertia, mass and force to a rotating shaft; acceleration and deceleration times; ...NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsPower Electronics (elective course)OnlineThe course centers on principles of thyristor devices, GTOs, MOSFETs, IGBTs; dynamic characteristics of DC/DC converters; ...NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Power Electronics and SystemsPower Systems Economics and Planning (elective course)OnlinePower-system economics: revenue requirements, load duration and reserve requirements. Load forecasting: econometric methods.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Telecommunication NetworksProgram Description: To become a telecom-network expert, you need to absorb a thorough knowledge of network protocols and network-management standards. Certification requirements = 12 credits, 3 required courses and 1 elective course (each worth 3 credits each)
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EngineeringC.T. in Telecommunication NetworksRequired courses = Principles of Communication Networks (see course listing under M.S. in System Engineering), Internet Architecture & Protocols Lab (see course listing under M.S. in Computer Engineering), Local and Metropolitian Area Networks (see course listing under M.S. in Electrical Engineering), Information, Security and Privacy (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity). Elective courses = Principles of Digital Communications: Modulation & Coding, Wireless Communications: Channel Modeling and Receiver Design, Modern Wireless Communication Techniques and Systems (see course listings under M.S. in Systems Engineering), Signals, Systems and Transforms (see course listings under M.S. in Electrical Engineering), Probability Theory (see course listing under M.S. in Bioinformatics).NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringC.T. in Wireless CommunicationsProgram Description: With the wide-scale introduction of cellular telephones, wireless telecommunication has experienced spectacular market penetration. Now, with FCC licensing the spectrum for Personal Communication Services (PCS) ... Certification Requirements = 1 required course and 3 elective courses (each course worth 3 credits each)
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EngineeringC.T. in Wireless CommunicationsRequired courses = Probability Theory (see course listing under M.S. in System Engineering). Elective courses = Principles of Communication Networks (see course listing under M.S. in Computer Engineering), Introduction to Visi System Design (see course listing under M.S. in Electrical Engineering), Principles of Digital Communications: Modulation & Coding, Wireless Communications: Channel Modeling and Receiver Design, , Modern Wireless Communication Techniques and System (see course listings under M.S. in Systems Engineering), Digital Integrated Circuit Design, Uhf Propagation for Wireless Systems (see course listing under M.S. in Electrical Engineering).NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation)Program Description: By enrolling in this online program in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering, you earn a Master of Engineering degree, giving you the chance to acquire in-depth knowledge in fields drawn from many disciplines, especially those offered by dispersed academic departments. Degree requirements = 30 credits, 2 required courses, 8 elective courses (each worth 3 credits each)
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EngineeringM.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation)Required courses = Probability Theory (see course listings under M.S. in Bioinformatics). Elective courses = Wireless Personal Communication Systems, Priniciples of Digital Communications: Modulation & Coding, Wireless Communications: Channel Modeling and Receiver Design, Modern Wireless Communication Techniques and Systems, (see course listings under M.S. in Systems Engineering), Principles of Communication Networks (see descritpion under M.S. in Computer Engineering), Uhf Propagation for Wireless Systems, Local and Metropolitan Area Networks, Network Security Systems Design, (see course listings under M.S. in Electrical Engineering) Information, Security and Privacy, (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity).NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation)Advanced Project I (required course)OnlineThis course requires a student to conduct a theoretical and/or experimental project in a research area in electrical and computer engineering.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsProgram Description: The program meets industry's demand for professionals with solid foundations in genomics, proteomics, Perl & BioPerl, R & BioConductor, MySQL, sequence and pathway analysis, as well as a host of genome informatics tools and algorithms such as BLAST. Degree Requirements = 30 credits, (2 core courses, 3 required core courses, 3 required electives, 2 other electives, each course is worth 3 credits)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsBioinformatics I: Sequence Analysis (required course)OnlineThis course covers computer representations of nucleic acid and protein sequences; pairwise and multiple alignment methods; available databases of nucleic acid and protein sequences; database search methods; ...Required for C.T. in BioinformaticsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsBioinformatics II: Protein Structure (required course)OnlineThe course explores protein-folding representations; databases of protein-folding classes; secondary structure prediction; tertiary structure prediction via computer-folding experiments threading; homology model building; ...Elective for C.T. in BioinformaticsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsBioinformatics III: Functional Prediction (required course)OnlineThe course covers functional classifications of proteins; prediction of function from sequence and structure; Orthologs and Paralogs; representations of biological pathways; available systems for the analysis of whole genomes and for human-assisted and automatic functional prediction. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsBiological Foundation for Bioinformatics (required course)OnlineThis course intensively reviews the aspects of biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology necessary to begin research in bioinformatics and to enter graduate courses in biology. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsChemical Foundation for Bioinformatics (required course)OnlineThis course intensively reviews those aspects of organic chemistry and biochemistry necessary to begin research in bioinformatics and to enter graduate courses in biology. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsComputational Tools Perl & Bioperl (required elective)OnlineThis course is designed to introduce students to the Perl programming language, its bioinformatics toolbox BioPerl and Unix commands for processing high throughput genomic and/or proteomic data. Required for C.T. in BioinformaticsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsGuided Studies in Bioinformatics I (elective course)OnlineThis research/case course can be handled in different ways at the faculty adviser’s discretion. The course may involve a series of cases that are dissected and analyzed, or it may involve teaming students with industry personnel for proprietary or non-proprietary research projects. NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsMicroarray Data Analysis (required elective)OnlineThe course will start with a discussion of gene expression biology, presenting microarray platforms, design of experiments, and Affymetrix file structures and data storage. Elective for C.T. in BioinformaticsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsProbability Theory (elective course)OnlineThe axiomatic definition of experiment and probability. Conditional Probability. Bayes’ Theorem, Notion of independence. Repeated trials. Bernoulli trials and their limiting forms. Required for M.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation), M.S. in Telecommunication Networks & C.T. in Telecommunication NetworksNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsSpecial Topics in Informatics in Chemical and Biological Sciences (elective course)OnlineThis course covers special topics on various advanced or specialized topics in chemo- or bioinformatics that are presented at intervals.Required for C.T. in BioinformaticsNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in BioinformaticsSystems Biology: -Omes and -Omics (required elective)OnlineThis course summarizes knowledge in genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics and relative molecular technologies.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in Computer EngineeringProgram Description: Computer engineering makes it possible for us to telecommute from home, check our e-mail on the go, and videoconference with clients from around the world. But laptops and information networks aren’t the only products computer engineers develop; they reconstruct genomes, design robots, and conceive software to make businesses more efficient. Degree requirements = 30 credits, 4 required courses plus a choice of elective course options.
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EngineeringM.S. in Computer EngineeringPrinciples of Communication Networks (core course)OnlineThis course covers all fundamental aspects of communications networks. Topics are: protocol architecture, data transmission and signal encoding, multiplexing, ....Required for C.T. in Computer Engineering and M.S. in Telecommunication Networks, C.T. in Wireless Communications and elective for M.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation), M.S. in Systems Engineering.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in Computer EngineeringComputer Architecture I (core course)OnlineThis course provides students with an understanding of computer-hardware subsystems, digital design strategies and fundamental computer-performance and capacity-improvement techniques.Required for M.S. in Telecommunication Networks & C.T. in Computer EngineeringNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityProgram Description: Acquire a solid foundation in key technologies — computer and network security, digital forensics, cryptography, and biometrics. Study with internationally recognized faculty ... Degree requirements = 30 (7 required courses plus 3 elective courses, each worth 3 credits each)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityAdvanced Project in Computer Science (elective course)OnlineThis course permits the student to perform research in computer science with a narrower scope than a master’s thesis. Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track & C.T. in CybersecurityNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityApplication Security (required course)OnlineThis course addresses the design and implementation of secure applications. Concentration is on writing software programs that make it difficult for intruders to exploit security holes.Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track & C.T. in CybersecurityNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityBiometrics (elective course)OnlineThe course concentrates on the unique advantages that biometrics brings to computer security. Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track & C.T. in CybersecurityNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityComputer Architecture I (elective course)OnlineThis course provides students with an understanding of computer-hardware subsystems, digital design strategies and fundamental computer-performance and capacity-improvement techniques.Required for C.T. in Computer Engineering & elective course for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityComputer Networking (required course)OnlineThis course takes a top-down approach to computer networking. After an overview of computer networks and the Internet, the course covers the application layer, transport layer, network layer and link layers. Required for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityDesign and Analysis of Algorithms I (required course)OnlineThis course reviews basic data structures and mathematical tools. Topics: Data structures, priority queues, binary search trees, balanced search trees.Required for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityDesign and Analysis of Algorithms II (elective course)OnlineThis course covers techniques in advanced design and analysis. Topics: Amortized analysis of algorithms. Advanced data structures: binomial heaps, Fibonacci heaps, ....Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityDigital Forensics (elective course)OnlineThis course introduces information-technology professionals to the application of forensic science principles and practices for collecting, preserving, examining, analyzing and presenting digital evidence.Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityInformation Systems Security Engineering and Management (elective course)OnlineThis course presents a system and management view of information security: what it is, what drives the requirements for information security, how to integrate it into the systems-design process and life-cycle security management of information systems.Required for C.T. in CybersecurityNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityInformation, Security and Privacy (required course)OnlineThis course introduces Information Systems Security and covers cryptography, capability and access control mechanisms, authentication models, security models, operating systems security, malicious code, security-policy formation and enforcement, vulnerability analysis, evaluating secure systems. Required for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track, C.T. in Cybersecurity & elective course for M.S. in Systems Engineering and M.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation)NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityIntroduction to Operating Systems (required course)OnlineThis course introduces basic issues in operating systems. Topics: Threads, processes, concurrency, memory management, I/O Control and case studies.Required for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityModern Cryptography (required course)OnlineThis course examines modern cryptography from a theoretical perspective, with an emphasis on “provable security.” The course looks particularly at cryptographic primitives that are the building blocks of various cryptographic applications.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityNetwork Security (required course)OnlineThis course begins by covering attacks and threats in computer networks, including network mapping, port scanning, sniffing, DoS, DDoS, reflection attacks, attacks on DNS and leveraging P2P deployments for attacks.Required for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track, C.T. in Cybersecurity & elective course for M.S. in Systems EngineeringNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityNetwork Security Systems Design (elective option)OnlineThis course aims to understand the theoretical, architectural, system and implementation issues related to all aspects of security in high-speed networks and study various proposed solutions. Students are required to read research papers and complete a term project with either simulation programs to evaluate the proposed schemes, or architecture/VHDL designs for the schemes.Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track, M.S. in System Engineering, M.E. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Engineering (Wireless Innovation) & M.S. in Electrical EngineeringNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in CybersecurityPenetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis (elective option)OnlineThis advanced course in computer and network security focuses on penetration testing and vulnerability analysis. Elective for M.S. in Cybersecurity - Management Track & C.T. in CybersecurityNYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in Cybersecurity - Management TrackThe cyber security management track is tailored to professionals with strong technical backgrounds who are interested in managing computer security within IT organizations. Degree requirements = 30 credits, 8 required courses plus 2 electives (each course is worth 3 credits)
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EngineeringM.S. in Cybersecurity -
Management Track
Required courses = Introduction to Operating Systems, Computer Networking, Design and Analysis of Algorithms I, Infomration, Security and Privacy, Network Security (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity for course listings), Fundamentals of Security Information Management and Practices in Information Security Management (see course listings below). Elective courses = Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis, Biometrics, Digital Forensics, Network Security Systems Design, Advanced Project in Computer Science, Design and Analysis of Algorithms II, Computer Architecture I, Application Security (see course listing under M.S. in Cybersecurity for course listings). NYU Classes (Sakai)
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EngineeringM.S. in Cybersecurity -
Management Track
Fundamentals of Security Information Management (required course)OnlineThe objective of this course is for a student with a basic understanding of security threats and defensive technology to learn to design an appropriate approach to security of a system given real world consideration of risk and cost.NYU Classes (Sakai)
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