Brentwood, NY - May 22nd, 2013 - From the “History of World Cinema” to “Contemporary Issues in Special Education,” LIU Brentwood is offering more than 35 undergraduate and graduate courses in several convenient summer sessions. Most courses are three credits and offered over a five week period. Summer sessions runs May 20 to June 21, June 24 to July 26, and July 29 to August 30. One week institutes in education are offered during July and August. Day and evening classes are available.
Courses are offered in the liberal arts for undergraduates as well as master’s programs in the following topic areas:
- School Counseling
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Library and Information Science
- Childhood and Early Childhood Education
- Special Education and Literacy
For more than five decades, LIU Brentwood has served the diverse communities of western Suffolk County, N.Y. through premier teaching and learning. A private university, LIU Brentwood offers graduate programs in criminal justice, library and information science, childhood education, adolescence education, literacy education, special education, mental health counseling and school counseling. The University also offers the bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and the LIU Post RN-to BS Nursing degree.
LIU Brentwood is conveniently located just minutes from the Brentwood train station, the Long Island Expressway and the Sagtikos Parkway. The campus at 100 Second Avenue is located on the grounds of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Brentwood, New York.
Current students can register for summer classes on my.liu.edu. New and visiting students should call the LIU Brentwood Admissions Office at 631-273-5112 for more information.