Classes offered in flexible format are associated with a Session in MySlice > Search for Classes. You can search by class or by session. For a tentative list of summer classes, including flexible format classes, please visit summer.syr.edu.

The sessions are as follows:

  • Flex Long Class – Classes that meet 5 days or more
  • Flex Short Class – Classes that meet 4 days or less
  • Regular Academic Session (Fall 2017) – Classes that begin the week of August 28, 2017, and finish the week ending on December 8, 2017.
  • Winterlude – Classes that meet online from December 18, 2017, through January 12, 2018. Visit winter.syr.edu for details.

Flexible formats are available for some Syracuse University classes.

Both matriculated and non-matriculated students at Syracuse University may take flexible format classes (certain prerequisites and other restrictions may apply). Flexible format classes offer students personalization and convenience, allowing them to make choices based on where, when, and how they prefer to learn. These classes may fulfill program requirements at SU or other institutions.

While they have the same academic standards and expectations as full session classes, flexible format classes:

  • May have unique meeting patterns that do not coincide with the University’s published official term dates; and
  • Have unique academic and financial deadlines that do not coincide with the University’s published official deadlines.

Because all classes are contingent upon enrollment, we strongly encourage students to register as soon as possible. Unfilled classes may be canceled. Therefore, early registration enables us to confirm class offerings. Early registration may also allow you to participate in a more flexible payment option. Before matriculated students register for any of these courses, we strongly recommend that you consult with your academic advisor to ensure that courses are appropriate for your individual circumstances. Go to MySlice to search for classes for the latest course updates.

Important Note:

Certain prerequisites, academic / drop deadlines, and other restrictions apply to flexible format courses. Refer to the University College fall/spring or summer course schedule for this information. Call 315.443.4135 to speak to a Student Services Coordinator for this information, or visit the Bursar and/or Registrar Office for registration and drop deadlines, registration procedures, and tuition and fees information. See below for financial aid policies for flexible course formats.

Accelerated Format

Complete a course in seven weeks. Accelerated courses meet in the classroom for nine hours (Saturday and Sunday, 4.5 hours per day). Attendance during this period is required. Students complete the course online. Found in the Flex Long Class session.

Current Course Offerings


Writing Program

CourseSectionClass #Credit HoursDatesTime
wrt 307u02031610301/28–01/29
01/30–03/24
8:00 am–12:30 pm
Online
Advanced Studio: Professional Writing
Instructor: Staff

Professional communication through the study of audience, purpose, and ethics. Rhetorical problem-solving principles applied to diverse professional writing tasks and situations.

Meets 1/28-29 (attendance required); continues online until 3/24.

Condensed Format

Students take an entire course in a more concentrated period of time. Classes may meet once a week for eight weeks (five hours a night), twice a week for seven weeks (three hours a night), or on the weekends (Friday night and all day Saturday). Found in the Flex Long Class session.

Currently there are no courses offered

Hybrid Format

Any class that uses a combination of classroom and online instruction. Found in the Flex Long Class, Flex Short Class or Regular Academic Session.

Currently there are no courses offered

Online Asynchronous Format

A class that is taught totally online. Found in Flex Long Class, Flex Short Class or Regular Academic Session.

For listings of online asynchronous classes for the upcoming term, visit the Online Courses page.

ONline Synchronous Format

A class that is taught totally online but students and instructors interact in real time. Found in Flex Long Class, Flex Short Class or Regular Academic Session.

Currently there are no courses offered

Weekend Format

Meet on campus for a three-day introduction to the course (four hours per day). Attendance during this period is required. The rest of the course is completed online. Found in Flex Long Class or Flex Short Class session.

Current Course Offerings


Mathematics

CourseSectionClass #Credit HoursDatesTime
mat 222U03033249302/03–02/03
02/04–02/05
02/06–04/21
9:30 am–1:30 pm
9:00 am–1:00 pm
Online
Elementary Probability and Statistics II
Instructor: Margrey

Second of a two-course sequence. Further methods of statistical analysis emphasizing statistical reasoning and data analysis using statistical software. Basic concepts of hypothesis testing, estimation and confidence intervals, t-tests and chi-square tests, linear regression, analysis of variance.
PREREQ: MAT 221

Meets 2/3-5 (attendance required); continues online until 4/21.


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