School of Professional Programs

Summer Session 2021

Offering a variety of courses online, summer session is a great way to catch up on credits and get closer to your degree. Online courses at Marist are conducted through iLearn, a web-based collaborative learning portal.

8-Week Online Dates: June 7 - July 30, 2021


All students taking an online course through the School of Professional Programs are required to complete an iLearn orientation. Refer to your Online Student Welcome Kit for additional information.

Registration will open concurrent with the fall 2021 registration schedule in April.

Select your student type from the following list and follow the instructions:

  • Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Students:  Please follow the instructions for the Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Application
  • Current Marist students: Summer session is a great way to catch up on credits.  You can register through the myMarist portal concurrent with fall registration.

For Questions

  • Current students: For general inquiries, contact Questions regarding registration may be directed to the Office of the Registrar located in Donnelly 203 or by calling 845-575-3250.
  • Visiting students: Contact the School of Professional Programs at 845-575-3202.

Tuition Information

All students attending Marist Summer Session courses held online or on-ground pay the Professional Studies tuition rate of $730.00 per credit as listed for the 2020-2021 academic year and must pay a $100 deposit fee before registering.  

Important Dates:

  • Full Refund: Last day is June 11, 2021 
  • Half Refund: Last day is June 18, 2021
  • Withdraw: Last day July 12, 2021
  • Withdraw/Failure: Starting July 13, 2021
  • P/NC/U:  Declare no later than June 25, 2021

Dates: June 7 - July 30, 2021

Course Name Instructor
ACCT203N721 Financial Accounting Carol Friedman
ACCT204N721 Managerial Accounting Carol Friedman
ACCT310N721 Cost Accounting Jay Pantaleo
ACCT330N721 Financial Statement Analysis Xiaoli Wang
ART 220L721 History of Photography Wayne Lempka
BIOL101L721 Topics in Biology Mike Mahoney
BUS 120N721 Financial Literacy (1 credit) John Finnigan 
BUS 301N721 Human Resource Management William Brown
BUS 302N721 Organizational Behavior Ken Sloan
BUS 320N721 Financial Management Kavous Ardalan
BUS 340N721 Marketing Principles Ismay Czarniecki
BUS 421N721 Corporate Finance Kavous Ardalan
COM 101L721 Public Presentation Jennifer Robinette
COM 211L721 Fundamentals of Public Relations LoriBeth Greenan
COM 220L721 Intro to Strategic Advertising Colleen Kopchik
COM 302L721 Persuasion Wenjing Xie
COM 314L721 Media Strategy Kathy Boyle
COM 350L721 Sex & the Media Joanna D'Avanzo
COM 365L721 Issues in Sports Media Leander Schaerlackens
CRDV100N721 Emplyment Practicum (1 credit) Stephanie Graham
CMPT103N721 Technology for the 21st Century Maureen Black
CMPT105N721 MS Excel (1 credit) Nisa Albert
CMPT300L721 Management Information Systems Anne Galante
CRJU101L721 Introduction to Criminal Justice Julie Raines
CRJU202L721 Criminology Sarah DeLucca
CRJU235L721 Corrections Vanessa Lynn
ECON103L721 Principles of Microeconomics Della Sue
ECON104L721 Principles of Macroeconomics Christy Caridi
ECON150L721 Economics of Social Issues Della Sue
ECON422L721 Financial Markets Xiaoli Wang
EDUC115N721 ST: Teaching English Language Learners (1 credit)  Kathleen Vigil
ENG 120L721 Writing for College Kathleen Weisse
ENG 210L721 American Lit I Claire Hero
ENG 220L721 Literature & Gender Patricia Tarantello
ENG 255L721 Introduction to Literature Lisa Neilson
ENSC101L721 Introduction to Environmental Issues Chris Bowser
FASH100N721 Fashion in Culture & Commerce Stephanie Conover
FASH265N721 Retailing Principles & Practices Jennifer Finn
FASH304N721 Merchandise Planning & Control Jennifer Finn
FASH455N721 Global Merch Strategy Rebecca Brown
HIST101L721 Themes in Modern History Michael O'Sullivan
HIST249L721 Early Modern Europe Janine Peterson
HLTH225L721 Topics in Nutrition Jennifer Cauthers
MATH115L721 Calculus with Management Applications Leonard Thambirajah
MATH130L721 Introduction to Statistics Carla Hill
MDIA312L721 Online Culture Karen Schrier
MUS 226L721 Music Cultures of the World Sheila Hamilton
MUS 242L721 Popular Music in America Michael Napolitano
PHED132N721 Boxing (1 credit) Ron Lipton
PHIL101L721 Philosophical Perspectives Joe Campisi
PHIL200L721 Ethics Sasha Biro
POSC110L721 American National Government Jessica Boscarino
PSYC202L721 Abnormal Psychology Janine Buxton
PSYC207L721 The Exceptional Child Faith Cousens
PSYC323L721 Lifespan Development Michele Rivas
PSYC330L721 Culture and Psychology Stacy Williams
REST209L721 World Religions John McPhee
REST335L721 Marriage & Family Karen Scialabba
SOC 101L721 Introduction to Sociology Sharley McIver
SOC 336L721 Social Inequality Paul LoBianco
SOCW230L721 Introduction to Social Work Kim Mazza