Winter Programs

NYU J-term in New York for Undergraduates

Winter session, or January Term, offers undergraduate students the chance to enroll in one course on the Washington Square campus to allow intensive study of the subject matter. NYU's policy is that students may take only one course during the winter term.

January Term courses enable students to earn academic credit (major, minor, or elective); to accelerate degree completion; and to concentrate on personal interests.

Please note: These courses are separate from fall and spring terms, and different financial aid and registration policies apply. Please see the NYU January Term webpage for complete information.

Graduate Courses In New York

Steinhardt offers several graduate courses on Washington Square in three-week intensives during January 2016. Please see Albert for exact program dates. These courses count toward Spring semester credit load and Spring tuition costs. 

January 2016 Offerings:

As of 10/15/15

Administration, Leadership, and Technology
  • None for January 2016
Applied Psychology
Art and Art Professions
Communicative Sciences and Disorders
Humanities and Social Sciences in the Professions
  • None for January 2016
Media, Culture, and Communication
  • None for January 2016
Music and Performing Arts Professions
  • None for January 2016
Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health
  • None for January 2016
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
  • None for January 2016
Teaching and Learning

Students register on Albert; courses are found under Spring 2016 listings by department. Please consult your academic advisor on how courses can be allocated toward degree requirements.