A course may fall under “Courses Not Credited Towards MBA” for several reasons:
a. Free Extra Class- MBA 2 students that are in their last semester and have registered for the free extra course will have one class under the "Courses Not Credited Towards MBA" section of their My Program Progress page. This happens because once you have reached 60 credits, the system will automatically bump any additional credits to this section of your My Program Progress page. You will still receive credit for this course and the grade will factor into your GPA.
b. Courses taken at another NYU division- Students must receive a “B-" or better to receive credit for courses taken at other NYU divisions. Once MBA Academic Affairs receives the grade from your course, we will move it under the electives section of your My Program Progress page.
No. Full-time MBA students are not permitted to take winter intensive sessions, summer intensive sessions or Stern Summer courses. These courses are reserved for the Langone part-time students only. Full time students are permitted to register for day time and evening courses during the Fall and Spring semesters only.
No. All students must complete all of their core course requirements (with the exception of COR2-GB.3101 Professional Responsibility) by the end of their first Spring semester.
Full time students must take at least 12 credits each semester to maintain full time student status.
There may be several reasons why you have not received a grade for a course:
a. A "##" symbol on your My Program Progress page signifies that you have not completed the CFE for the course.
b. The professor may not have submitted the grade for the course. The Office of Records and Registration will post grades on the day they are received.
7. Who should I contact if I am having trouble in one of my courses?
Students should contact the professor and the TA of their course with questions and concerns. In addition, students should contact the specific department for assistance. The department may be able to provide students with recommendations of Ph.D students that are able to tutor students in the needed areas.
No, language courses do not count towards the MBA, however the University does offer language courses to graduate students.
For off-campus language study in New York and abroad you may want to
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9. If I establish proficiency/waive a Menu Core course, do I only have to take 4 of the 7 Menu Core courses?
If you establish proficiency/wave a Menu Core course by (i) having an undergraduate major or master's degree in the subject or (ii) passing the proficiency exam, you will still be required to take at least 5 out of 7 Menu Core courses. For example, if you establish proficiency in Marketing, you will still need to take 5 Menu Core courses, but you will only have 6 Menu Core options to choose from now (Marketing was the 7th Menu Core option).
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