Cinema Studies (CINE-UT)
Only those that say “open to non-majors” like AMERICAN CINEMA: 1960 TO THE PRESENT & INTERNATIONAL CINEMA: 1960 TO THE PRESENT.
Some additional courses open to Spring at Tisch Cinema Studies students by request.
Theatre Studies courses may be available only upon request.
Film & Television (FILM-UT)
Only those that say “open to non-majors” like: DOCUMENTARY TRADITIONS II, INTERNET DESIGN, LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY, LIFE DRAWING: Anatomy, LIFE DRAWING: The Figure, PRODUCING FOR FILM, PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: BOARDS AND BUDGETS, PRODUCING THE SHORT SCREENPLAY, PRODUCING FOR TELEVISION, REEL DELIVERY: DESIGN FOR MEDIA DISTRIBUTION, RESEARCH AND WRITING FOR THE DOCUMENTARY, SCRIPT ANALYSIS, STRATEGIES FOR INDEPENDENT PRODUCING, TV NATION: INSIDE AND OUT OF THE BOX
Open Arts Courses (OART-UT)
These are interdisciplinary arts courses open to anyone studying at NYU.
Photography & Imaging (PHTI-UT)
Only courses that say “open to non-majors".
Recorded Music (REMU-UT)
All REMU courses will be requested during advisement session.
Please visit the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music website for courses open to non-majors. Courses open to non-majors include: RECYCLING POP MUSIC: INNOVATION, IMITATION & ORIGINALITY, RACE IN THE 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC, CONVERSATIONS WITH TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURS, BRANDING, TOPICS IN RECORDED MUSIC: SOUND STUDIES & POP MUSIC, THE FUTURE OF STREAMING, ARTIST MANAGEMENT LAB, LEADERSHIP IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, ADVANCED MUSICIANSHIP: CLASSIC SONGS OF THE 30'S AND 40'S
If you have any questions about courses available to you as a Spring Semester at Tisch student, please contact Tisch Special Programs, Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.