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New York University Tandon School of Engineering    
 
    
 
  Aug 19, 2017
 
2016-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (with addenda)

Course Descriptions


A Brief Guide to Course Descriptions

Each program described in this catalog contains detailed descriptions of the courses offered within the program.

The first line gives the official course number for which students must register and the official course title. The letters indicate the discipline of the course and the first number of the official course numbers indicates the level of the course. The levels are as follows:

  • 1XXX - Freshman Level
  • 2XXX - Sophomore Level
  • 3XXX - Junior Level
  • 4XXX - Senior Level
  • 5XXX to 9XXX - Graduate level

Typically the last number of the course number indicates the number of credits. The breakdown of periods of the course is also listed.

When selecting a course for registration, the section of the course may include the following notations:

  • “LEC” - lecture section
  • “RCT” or “RC” - recitation section
  • “LAB” or “LB” - lab section

Additionally, any other letter or digit listed in the section will further identify the section and being liked to another section of the class with the same letter and/or digit combination. Further information on sections is available from academic advisers during registration periods.

The paragraph description briefly indicates the contents and coverage of the course. A detailed course syllabus may be available by request from the office of the offering department.

“Prerequisites” are courses (or their equivalents) that must be completed before registering for the described course. “Co-requisites” are courses taken concurrently with the described course.

The notation “Also listed…” indicates that the course is also given under the number shown. This means that two or more departments or programs sponsor the described course and that students may register under either number, usually the one representing the student’s major program. Classes are jointly delivered.

 

Transportation

   •  TR-GY 6021 Quantitative Analysis in Transportation
   •  TR-GY 6113 Forecasting Urban Travel Demand
   •  TR-GY 6211 Economic Analysis of Transportation Alternatives
   •  TR-GY 6223 Intelligent Transportation Systems and Their Applications
   •  TR-GY 6231 Transportation Planning Principles and Practice
   •  TR-GY 6313 Traffic Control and Signalization I
   •  TR-GY 6323 Traffic Control and Signalization II
   •  TR-GY 6333 Transportation and Traffic Concepts, Characteristics, and Studies
   •  TR-GY 6343 Traffic Operations & Control
   •  TR-GY 6403 Transportation and Traffic Project
   •  TR-GY 7033 Multimodal Transportation Safety
   •  TR-GY 7123 Management of Urban Traffic Congestion
   •  TR-GY 7133 Urban Public Transportation Systems
   •  TR-GY 7213 Transportation Management
   •  TR-GY 7223 Management of Transit Maintenance and Operations
   •  TR-GY 7233 Transportation Management
   •  TR-GY 7243 Intelligent Transportation Systems: Deployments and Technologies
   •  TR-GY 7323 Design of Parking and Terminal Facilities
   •  TR-GY 7343 Urban Freeways and Intercity Highways
   •  TR-GY 7353 Adaptive Control, Simulation, and Software
   •  TR-GY 8011 Special Topics in Transportation A
   •  TR-GY 8013 Selected Topics in Transportation I
   •  TR-GY 8021 Special Topics in Transportation B
   •  TR-GY 8023 Selected Topics in Transportation II

Urban Studies

   •  URB-UY 391x Independent Study in SUE
   •  URB-UY 2024 Design of Cities
   •  URB-UY 2024/W Design of Cities
   •  URB-UY 2034 Humans in the Urban Environment
   •  URB-UY 2044 Methods for Studying Urban Environments
   •  URB-UY 2054/W Introduction to Urban Policy
   •  URB-UY 2064 Introduction to Urban Planning
   •  URB-UY 2114 Geographic Information Systems
   •  URB-UY 2224 Natural Environment of New York City
   •  URB-UY 2234 Natural Environmental Catastrophes and Cities
   •  URB-UY 2334 Introduction to Environmental Sciences
   •  URB-UY 3014 Directed Study in SUE
   •  URB-UY 3034 Evidence-Based Design
   •  URB-UY 3113 Case Studies in Sustainability (Ancient Egypt and Mesoamerica)
   •  URB-UY 3214 Cities in Developing Countries
   •  URB-UY 3234 Planning for Healthy Cities
   •  URB-UY 3314 History and Design of Urban Parks
   •  URB-UY 3354 Urban Impact Assessment
   •  URB-UY 3834 Special Topics in Sustainable Urban Environments
   •  URB-UY 4014 Study Abroad
   •  URB-UY 4024 Capstone Project
   •  URB-UY 4034 Internship
 

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