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Interdisciplinary Courses

All baccalaureate students are required to complete one interdisciplinary liberal arts and sciences course.

Interdisciplinary study focuses on questions, problems, and topics too complex or too broad for a single discipline or field to encompass adequately; such studies thrive on drawing connections between seemingly exclusive domains. To be considered an interdisciplinary course at City Tech, the course must be team-taught by more than one faculty member from two or more departments in the College (exceptions are made for departments that provide a home for multiple disciplines, such as Humanities and Social Science).

Since not every section of a class that might qualify for the interdisciplinary designation in a semester will fit all the criteria, please be careful that the section you register for is listed as "ID." To count toward the interdisciplinary requirement, the course number must end in the letters “ID,” as in PHIL 2203ID and ENG 1161ID or be one of the approved ePermit options for the semester in which you take it.

Below is a list, by semester, of sections that qualify. To refer to a list of ID courses and section numbers from past semester, please refer to the archive page.

Fall 2022 ID Courses

Subject Catalog# Title Section Number Class Code Day/Time Class End Time Days
AFR 2402ID The Heritage of Imperialism D057 18091 11:30 AM 2:00 PM F
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL90 18053 Asynchronous
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL92 18054 Asynchronous
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table D099 23861 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Tu
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table OL98 18146 Asynchronous
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL40 18056 Asynchronous
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL45 18055 2:30 PM 5:00 PM F
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL48 18057 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Th
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL49 23759 6:00 PM 8:30 PM W
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL50 23760 Asynchronous
BIO 1201ID Biology 2 - Interdisciplinary D099 18058 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Th
BIO 1201ID Biology 2 - Interdisciplinary OL98 20007 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Tu
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL15 20108 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Tu
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics D062 18059 2:30 PM 3:45 PM TuTh
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics HD70 18061
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics HD70 18061 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Tu
ENG 1773ID Weird Science D150 24068 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Tu
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL02 18063 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL15 18062 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Tu
HIS 3208ID US Immigration History HD50 18211
HIS 3208ID US Immigration History HD50 18211 10:00 AM 11:15 AM W
HIS 3208ID US Immigration History HD51 23513
HIS 3208ID US Immigration History HD51 23513 11:30 AM 12:45 PM Th
HIS 3209ID History of Technology D030 18193 2:30 PM 3:45 PM TuTh
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present D035 23490 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HD04 18090
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HD04 18090 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HD07 18087
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HD07 18087 2:30 PM 5:00 PM W
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HE34 18086
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present HE34 18086 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Tu
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present OL02 18089 Asynchronous
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present OL08 18088 Asynchronous
LIB 2205ID Learning Places Undrstand City D095 18064 1:00 PM 5:10 PM F
LIB 2205ID Learning Places Undrstand City D096 23712 2:30 PM 4:35 PM TuTh
PHIL 2202ID Symbolic Logic HD43 18194 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
PHIL 2202ID Symbolic Logic HD43 18194 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
PHIL 2203ID Health Care Ethics OL82 18065 4:00 PM 5:15 PM TuTh
PHIL 2203ID Health Care Ethics OL83 23226 2:30 PM 3:45 PM TuTh
PHYS 1002ID Intro to Phys of Nat Disasters D006 20009 4:00 PM 5:40 PM Th
PHYS 1002ID Intro to Phys of Nat Disasters D007 18072 4:00 PM 5:40 PM Tu
PHYS 2443ID Modern Physics D050 20063 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
PHYS 2443ID Modern Physics D052 18149 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
PHYS 3600ID Machine Learning for Physics D074 36116 2:00 PM 3:40 PM MW
PSY 3405ID Health Psychology OL55 18066 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Tu
PSY 3405ID Health Psychology OL56 23412 11:30 AM 2:00 PM W
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci HD79 18071 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci HD79 18071 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Th
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci OL34 18070 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Th
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci OL70 18068 6:00 PM 8:30 PM M
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci OL72 18069 6:00 PM 8:30 PM W
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education HD01 18151 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education HD01 18151 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self HD88 20100 2:30 PM 5:00 PM W
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self HD88 20100 2:30 PM 5:00 PM W
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self HE92 20099 6:00 PM 8:30 PM W
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self HE92 20099 6:00 PM 8:30 PM W
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD95 18080 8:30 AM 11:00 AM M
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD95 18080
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD97 18078 11:30 AM 2:00 PM M
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD97 18078
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD99 18079
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology-Interd HD99 18079 2:30 PM 5:00 PM M
THE 2280ID History of Theatre Stages/Tech D477 24048 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
THE 3000ID Theatre of Law HD50 20130 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
THE 3000ID Theatre of Law HD50 20130 2:30 PM 5:00 PM Tu
THE 3000ID Theatre of Law HE55 20131 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Tu
THE 3000ID Theatre of Law HE55 20131 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Tu

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Summer or Fall 2022 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • AMER 200: American History & Culture — Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature; zero textbook cost (Summer & Fall)
  • DSAB 246: War, Veterans, and Disability — Disciplines: History, Government, Philosophy (Summer)
  • DSAB 342: Disability in Film and Literature — Disciplines: Education and English/Disability Studies; zero textbook cost (Fall)
  • FLM 307: Film Literacies — Disciplines: Anthropology and Film Studies (Summer)
  • GEOG 301: Internal Migration — Disciplines: Geography and Politics; zero textbook cost (Summer)
  • POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City — Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis (non-ZTC, but low cost) (Fall)
  • QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society — Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology); zero textbook cost (Summer & Fall)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Summer 2022 ID Courses

Subject Catalog# Title Dsectino Number Session Class Start Time Class End Time Days
AFR 2402ID The Heritage of Imperialism OL55 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL60 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL61 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table OL70 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table OL71 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
CST 1102ID Prog Narr: Comp Anim Storytell OL10 Session 1, 5 weeks 2:30 PM 5:00 PM TuWTh
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL05 Session 1, 4 weeks 11:30 AM 2:00 PM MTuWTh
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL07 Session 1, 4 weeks 2:30 PM 5:00 PM MTuWTh
ENG 2170ID Intro to Studies in Maleness OL70 Session 1, 5 weeks Asynchronous
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL74 Session 1, 4 weeks 6:00 PM 8:30 PM MTuWTh
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL80 Session 2, 5 weeks 6:00 PM 8:30 PM TuWTh
HIS 3402ID Topics: 1945-Present OL55 Session 1, 4 weeks 8:30 AM 11:00 AM MTuWTh
LIB 2205ID Learning Places Undrstand City D900 Session 1, 5 weeks 11:30 AM 2:25 PM MWF
LIB 2205ID Learning Places Undrstand City D900 Session 1, 5 weeks 11:30 AM 2:15 PM TuTh
PHYS 1002ID Intro to Phys of Nat Disasters E400 Session 1, 4 weeks 6:00 PM 7:40 PM MTuWTh
PHYS 1002ID Intro to Phys of Nat Disasters E401 Session 1, 4 weeks 8:00 PM 9:40 PM MTuWTh
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci OL82 Session 1, 4 weeks 6:00 PM 8:30 PM MTuWTh
SBS 2000ID Research Methods/Soc Beh Sci OL88 Session 2, 5 weeks 6:00 PM 8:30 PM TuWTh
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education HD90 Session 1, 4 weeks Asynchronous
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education HD90 Session 1, 4 weeks 2:30 PM 5:00 PM MTuWTh
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self OL84 Session 2, 5 weeks 6:00 PM 8:30 PM TuWTh

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Summer or Fall 2022 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • AMER 200: American History & Culture — Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature; zero textbook cost (Summer & Fall)
  • DSAB 246: War, Veterans, and Disability — Disciplines: History, Government, Philosophy (Summer)
  • DSAB 342: Disability in Film and Literature — Disciplines: Education and English/Disability Studies; zero textbook cost (Fall)
  • FLM 307: Film Literacies — Disciplines: Anthropology and Film Studies (Summer)
  • GEOG 301: Internal Migration — Disciplines: Geography and Politics; zero textbook cost (Summer)
  • POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City — Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis (non-ZTC, but low cost) (Fall)
  • QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society — Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology); zero textbook cost (Summer & Fall)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Spring 2022 ID Courses

Course

Title

Section Number

Class Code

Day/Time

Mode

Instructor

AFR 2402ID The Heritage of Imperialism D895 25021 W 2:30-5pm In person Evangelista
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL96 49629 Asynch Online Effinger-Crichlow
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL97 49630 Asynch Online Effinger-Crichlow
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL98 25018 Tu 2:30-5pm Online Craig
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body E450 4921 Th 6-8:30pm In person Kontzmanis/McAuliffe
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL55 48922 F 2:30-5pm In person Kontzmanis/McAuliffe
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL56 48928 Asynch Online Cohen-Brown/Cheng/Egues
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL57 48929 Asynch Online Cohen-Brown/Cheng/Egues
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL70 55215 M 2:30-5pm Online William-Gunpot
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL75 55346 Tu 11:30-2pm Online Binion
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL80 55340 W 11:30-2pm Online Staff
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL22 26060 Asynch Online Yigzaw
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL10 62927 Th 11:30am-2:00pm Online MacDonald
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL15 64575 W 11:30-2pm Online MacDonald
ENG 1710ID Introduction to Laguage and Technology D100 54512 Tu 12-2:30pm In person Lansiquot
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL96 26465 Th 2:30-5pm Online Glickman/Rhyner
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL98 26466 Tu 6-8:30pm Online Glickman/Rhyner
HIS 3208ID US Immigration and Law OL68 45846 TuTh 11:30-12:45pm In person Catapano
HIS 2708ID History of U.S. Fashion Law, 20th Century to the Present: The Ugly Side of Fashion OL70 59083 Tu 6-8:30pm Online Alyssa Adomaitis/Kerin Coughlin
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL74 26522 W 2:30-5pm In person McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL75 26529 Th 8:30-11am In person McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL76 45850 M 2:30-5pm In person McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL78 45852 Asynch Online Curdileone
LIB/ARCH 2205ID Learning Places D938 26774 TuTh 10:30-12:35pm In person Muchowski/Duddy
LIB/ARCH 2205ID Learning Places D942 26773 TuTh 2:30-4:35pm In person Almeida/Swift
PHIL 2202ID Symbolic Logic OL30 45860 Th 2:30-5pm In person Park
PHIL 2203ID Health Ethics OL48 27252 TuTh 2:30-5pm In person BenMeir
PHYS 1002ID Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters D606LEC/D607LAB 27348/27349 TuTh 4-5:40pm In person Bah
PHYS 2443ID Modern Physics D850LEC/D852LAB 27354/27355 Tu 2:30-5pm/Th 2:30-5pm In person Krym
PSY 3405ID Health Psychology OL68 46122 Tu 11:30-2pm Online Almond
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL54 27524 Tu 6-8:30pm In person Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL56 27525 Th 6-8:30pm In person Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL84 57526 W 6-8:30pm In person Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL86 27528 Asynch Online Her
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education HD20 48743 M 11:30-2pm/Asynch Hybrid Sedaitis
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self OL40 27556 W 2:30-5pm Online Smith
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self OL41 48755 M 6-8:30pm Online Smith
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology OL47 27551 Asynch Online Mincyte
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology OL48 48753 Asynch Online Mincyte
THE/LAW 3000ID Theatre of Law HD50 49031 Tu 2:30-5pm/Synch Hybrid Standing/Moran
THE/LAW 3000ID Theatre of Law HD55 55042 Tu 6-8:30pm/Synch Hybrid Standing/Moran

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Winter or Spring 2022 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • - AMER 200: American History & Culture – Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature (Winter & Spring)
  • - CM 304: The Mediated Globe – Disciplines: Geography and Cultural Anthropology (Spring)
  • - DSAB 342: Disability in Film and Literature – Disciplines: Education and English/Disability Studies (Spring)
  • - FLM 307: Film Literacies – Disciplines: Anthropology and Film Studies (Winter)
  • - GEOG 301: Internal Migration – Disciplines: Geography and Politics (Spring)
  • - POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City – Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis (non-ZTC, but low cost) (Spring)
  • - QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society – Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology) (Spring)
  • - SOC 250: Transformations of Work in America – Disciplines: History and Sociology (Spring)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Fall 2021 ID Courses

Course Title Section Number Class Code Day/Time Instructor
AFR2402ID The Heritage of Imperialism OL57 46230 Asynchronous Evangelista
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL90 46231 Asynchronous Effinger-Crichlow
AFR 3000ID Black New York OL96 15317 Tu 2:30-5pm Craig
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table OL98 46233 Asynchronous Boone
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL30 15462 Asynchronous Cohen-Brown/Cheng/Egues
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL40 15473 Asynchronous Cohen-Brown/Cheng/Egues
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL45 15472 Fr 2:30-5pm Kontzmanis/McAuliffe
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body OL48 46581 Th 6-8:30pm Kontzmanis/McAuliffe
BIO 1201 Biology II OL13 (lecture)
OL99 (lab)
15640/15641 Tu/Th 2:30-5pm Voza
COM2403ID Health Communication OL13 15987 Mo 2:30-5pm Lee
COM2403ID Health Communication OL15 15988 Tu 2:30-5pm Lee
COM2403ID Health Communication OL17 46334 Th 6-8:30pm Lee
CST 1102ID Programming Narratives OL16 16223 Tu 2:30-5pm Cunningham/Blain
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL62 16405 Asynchronous Yigzaw
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL65 16410 Asynchronous MacDonald
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics OL67 16409 Asynchronous MacDonald
ECON 2820ID Behavioral Economics OL68 16406 Mo 8:30-11am Bayaz-Ozturk
ECON 2820ID Behavioral Economics OL70 45327 We 8:30-11am Bayaz-Ozturk
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL02 16876 Tu 2:30-5pm Glickman/Rhyner
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL15 16877 Tu 6-8:30pm Glickman/Rhyner
HIS3209ID History of Technology OL30 16930 Tu/Th 2:30-5pm Zylstra
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL02 16927 Asynchronous Curdileone
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL04 16931 Mo 2:30-5pm McMillen
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL07 16925 We 2:30-5pm McMillen
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL08 16920 Asynchronous Curdileone
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL34 16926 Th 6-8:30pm McMillen
LIB/ARCH 2205 Learning Places OL95 17142 Fr 1-5:10pm Phillip
PHIL2202 Symbolic Logic OL43 17640 Th 2:30-5pm Park
PHIL 2203 Health Ethics OL77 17635 Tu/Th 2:30-3:45pm Ong
PHIL 2203 Health Ethics OL82 17639 Tu/Th 4-5:15pm MacDougall
PHYS 2443 Modern Physics OL50 (lecture)/OL52 (lab) 17725/17726 Tu/Th 2:30-5pm Krym
PHYS 1002 Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters OL06 (lecture)/OL07 (lab) 17721/17722 Tu/Th 4-5:40pm Bah
PHYS 3600ID Machine Learning for Physics and Anatomy OL72 17731 Mo/We 2-3:40pm Acquaviva
PSY3405ID Health Psychology OL55 17805 Tu 11:30-2pm Almond
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL34 17920 Th 6-8:30pm Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL70 17916 Tu 6-8:30pm Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL72 17917 We 6-8:30pm Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL77 17919 Asynchronous Her
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL79 17923 Th 2:30-5pm Sedaitis
SOC 2380 Sociology of Education OL01 17946 Tu 2:30-5pm Sedaitis
SOC2401 Society, Technology and Self OL88 17949 We 11:30-2pm Smith
SOC2401 Society, Technology and Self OL92 17945 We 6-8:30pm Smith
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology OL95 17950 Asynchronous Mincyte
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology OL97 17949 Asynchronous Mincyte
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology OL99 45780 Asynchronous Mincyte
THE/LAW 3000ID Theatre of Law OL85 46388 Tu 2:30-5pm Standing/Moran
THE/LAW 3000ID Theatre of Law OL87 46389 Tu 6-8:30pm Standing/Moran

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Fall 2021 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • - AMER 200: American History & Culture – Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature
  • - CM 304: The Mediated Globe – Disciplines: Geography and Cultural Anthropology
  • - POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City – Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis
  • - QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society – Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Summer 2021 ID Courses

Course

Title

Section Number

Day/Time

Instructor

AFR 3000ID Black New York OL80 MTWTh 11:30-2pm Craig
CST 1102ID Programming Narratives OL10 TWTh 2:30-5pm Cunningham/Blain
ENG 2170 Introduction to Studies in Maleness and Manhood OL68 TBA Williams
ENG 2170 Introduction to Studies in Maleness and Manhood OL70 TBA Williams
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL74 MTWTh 6-8:30pm Glickman/Rhyner
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL80 TWTh 6-8:30pm Glickman/Rhyner
PHYS 1002 Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters OL40 (Lecture)/OL41 (Lab) MTWTh 6-9:20pm Bah
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL82 MTWTh 6-11pm (?) Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL88 TWTh 6-8:30pm Tokke
SOC 2380 Sociology of Education OL13 MTWTh 2:30-5pm Sedaitis
SOC2401 Society, Technology and Self OL84 TWTh 6-8:30pm Smith
HIS 3402 Topics in Modern World History Since 1945 OL55 MTWTh 8:30-11am McMillen

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Summer 2021 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • - AMER 200: American History & Culture – Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature
  • - DSAB 246: War, Veterans, and Disability – Disciplines: History, Government, Philosophy
  • - FLM 307: Film Literacies - Disciplines: Anthropology and Film Studies
  • - GEOG 301: Internal Migration – Disciplines: Geography and Politics
  • - QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society – Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Spring 2021 ID Courses

Course

Title

Section

Time

Instructor

AFR 3000ID Black New York OL98-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Craig
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table: The Visual Culture & Art of the African Diaspora     Boone
AFR 3301ID Around the Dinner Table: The Visual Culture & Art of the African Diaspora     Boone
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine OL34-LEC   Kontzamanis & McAuliffe
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine OL-35 LEC   Kontzamanis & McAuliffe
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine OL36-LEC Fr 2:30PM - 5:00PM Cheng/Eugues/Cohen-Brown
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine OL38-LEC Th 6:00PM - 8:30PM Cheng/Eugues/Cohen-Brown
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL80-LEC Mo 2:30PM - 5:00PM Lee
COM 2403ID Health Communication OL82-LEC Th 6:00PM - 8:30PM Lee
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics     Yigzaw
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics     MacDonald
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics     MacDonald
ECON 2820ID Behavioral Economics     Bayaz Ozturk
ECON 2820ID Behavioral Economics     Bayaz Ozturk
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL97-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 4:00PM Glickman
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources OL98-LEC Tu 6:00PM - 7:30PM Glickman
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present OL71-LEC Mo 2:30PM - 5:00PM McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present OL72-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present OL74-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM McMillen
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present     Cuordileone
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present     Cuordileone
LIB 2205ID Learning Places: Understanding the City OL35-LEC TuTh 10:30AM - 12:35PM Phillip
PHIL 2202ID Symbolic Logic OL32-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM Park
PHIL 2203ID Health Care Ethics OL38-LEC TuTh 11:30AM - 12:45PM Ong
PHIL 2203ID Health Care Ethics OL50-LEC TuTh 4:00PM - 5:15PM MacDougall
PHYS 1002ID Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters OL06-LEC/ OL07-LAB Th 4:00PM - 5:40PM/
Tu 4:00PM - 5:40PM
Bah
PHYS 2443ID Modern Physics OL50-LEC/ OL52-LAB Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM/
Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Krym
PSY 3405ID Health Psychology OL30-LEC Mo 11:30AM - 2:00PM Almond
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL54-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Sedaitis
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL56-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM Sedaitis
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL58-LEC Asynchronous Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL59-LEC Asynchronous Tokke
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL70-LEC Asynchronous Meredith
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL72-LEC Asynchronous Meredith
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL80-LEC Asynchronous Her
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences OL84-LEC Asynchronous Tokke
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education OL22-LEC Tu 6:00PM - 8:30PM Sedaitis
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self OL40-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM Smith
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self OL44-LEC Mo 6:00PM - 8:30PM Smith
THE 2280ID History of the Theatre: Stages & Technology OL75-LEC TuTh 8:30AM - 9:45AM Swift
THE 2280ID History of the Theatre: Stages & Technology OL76-LEC TuTh 10:00AM - 11:15AM Swift
THE 3000ID Theatre of Law OL20-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Standing & Moran

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Winter or Spring 2021 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • - AMER 200: American History & Culture - Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature (Winter & Spring)
  • - CM 304: The Mediated Globe – Disciplines: Geography and Cultural Anthropology (Spring)
  • - DSAB 342: Disability in Film and Literature - Disciplines: Education and English/Disability Studies (Spring)
  • - FLM 307: Film Literacies - Disciplines: Anthropology and Film Studies (Winter)
  • - GEOG 301: Internal Migration - Disciplines: Geography and Politics (Spring)
  • - POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City - Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis (Spring)
  • - QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society - Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning/Sociology (Spring)
  • - SOC 250: Transformations of Work in America - Disciplines:History and Sociology (Spring)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions

Fall 2020 ID Courses

Course

Title

Section

Time

Room

Instructor

AFR 2402ID The Heritage of Imperialism D890-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM Midway M-404 Prof. Evangelista
AFR 3000ID Black New York D896-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Library L-235 Prof. Craig
ARTH 2101ID Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine D440-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-1001 Profs. Kontzamanis & Mcauliffe
D445-LEC Fr 2:30PM - 5:00PM Library L-637
HD30-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-601A Profs. Chen, Cohen-Brown & Egues
BIO 1201ID Biology 2 25872/25873 Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Academic A-705
Academic A-206
Prof. Voza
COM 2403ID Health Communication D503-LEC Mo 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-521 Prof. Lee
E505-LEC Th 6:00PM - 8:30PM Namm N-605
CST 1102ID Programming Narratives: Computer Animated Storytelling D616-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-1104 Profs. Blain & Cunningham
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics D665-LEC Mo 11:30AM - 2:00PM Midway M-302 Prof. Yigzaw
ECON 2505ID Environmental Economics HD60-LEC We 11:30AM - 2:00PM Pearl 603 Prof. MacDonald
HD67-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-701A
ECON 2820ID Behavioral Economics D668-LEC Th 8:30AM - 11:00AM Academic A106 Prof. Bayaz-Ozturk
ESCI 2000ID Energy Resources E315-LEC Tu 6:00PM - 8:30PM Academic A-804 Profs. Rhyner & Santos
HIS 3209ID History of Technology D730-LEC TuTh 2:30PM - 3:45PM Voorhees V-325 Prof. Zylstra
HIS 3402ID Topics in Modern World History, 1945-Present D702-LEC Th 8:30AM - 11:00AM Namm N-802 Prof. McMillen
D707-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM Library L-633 Prof. Cuordilieone
D708-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-1007
E734-LEC Tu 6:00PM - 8:30PM Namm N-1004 Prof. McMillen
LIB 2205ID Learning Places: Understanding the City D950-LEC Fr 1:00PM - 5:10PM Namm N-606 Profs. Phillip & Montgomery
LIB 2205ID Learning Places: Understanding the City D960-LEC TuTh 2:30PM - 4:35PM Library L-543 Profs, Muchowski & Duddy
PHIL2202ID Symbolic Logic D743-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-701A Prof. Park
PHIL 2203ID Health Care Ethics D777-LEC TuTh 2:30PM - 3:45PM Namm N-519 TBD (either MacDougall, Ong, or Meir)
D782-LEC TuTh 4:00PM - 5:15PM Namm N-419B
PHYS 1002ID Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters D606-LEC
D607-LAB
Th 4:00PM - 5:40PM
Tu 4:00PM - 5:40PM
Namm N-804
Namm N-820
Prof. Blake
PHYS 2443ID Modern Physics D850-LEC
D852-LAB
Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Namm N-523
Namm N-821
Prof. Krym
PHYS 3600ID Machine Learning for Physics and Astronomy D872-LEC MoWe 2:00PM - 3:40PM Namm N-802A Prof. Aquaviva
PSY 3405ID Health Psychology HD55-LEC Mo 11:30AM - 2:00PM Pearl 511 Prof. Almond
SBS 2000ID Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences D934-LEC We 2:30PM - 5:00PM Midway M-302 Prof. Sedaitis
E770-LEC Mo 6:00PM - 8:30PM Namm N-1103 Prof. Tokke
E772-LEC We 6:00PM - 8:30PM
HD77-LEC Tu 2:30PM - 5:00PM Midway M-302 Prof. Her
HD78-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM
SOC 2380ID Sociology of Education E801-LEC Tu 6:00PM - 8:30PM Namm N-1017 Prof. Sedaitis
SOC 2401ID Society, Technology and Self E792-LEC We 6:00PM - 8:30PM Midway M-304 Prof. Smith
SOC 3302ID Environmental Sociology HD97-LEC Th 2:30PM - 5:00PM Namm N-420B Prof. Mincyte
THE 2280ID History of the Theatre: Stages & Technology D476-LEC TuTh 8:30AM - 9:45AM Namm N-1019 Prof. Swift
D480-LEC TuTh 10:00AM - 11:15AM Namm N-403

If you need to register for an Interdisciplinary (ID) course for Fall 2020 in order to graduate, cannot take one of the above ID courses at City Tech, and are comfortable taking a fully online course you may register via e-permit for one of the following courses at the CUNY School of Professional Studies:

  • - AMER 200: American History & Culture — Disciplines: American Studies, History, and Literature
  • - CM 304: The Mediated Globe — Disciplines: Geography and Cultural Anthropology
  • - GEOG 301: Internal Migration — Disciplines: Geography and Politics
  • - POL 201: Politics and Government of New York City — Disciplines: Government, English, Quantitative Analysis
  • - QUAN 201: Quantitative Reasoning and Society — Disciplines: Composition and Quantitative Reasoning (Sociology)

CUNY SPS requires an online orientation for students taking an online course via e-permit. Register early to have time to complete the orientation before the course starts.

For more information on how to apply for an E-permit click on one of the links below:
E-permit Instructions
Step-by-Step E-permit Instructions