NYU Stern

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I apply directly to the EMT Program or must I apply through NYU Admissions?
In order to apply to the EMT Program, you must apply through NYU Admissions and be accepted into Stern. You can find information on what is required for your application as well as a downloadable application at their web site.

I am a transferring student. How do I find out if my credits are transferable?
Not all credits are transferable. To find out whether your credits are transferable, contact NYU Stern's Undergraduate Admissions at (212) 998-4020.

Can working professionals take part in the part-time EMT Program?
Absolutely. The majority of the EMT courses are offered in the evening, In fact, approximately half of the students obtaining the EMT Certificate are working professionals.

Can I major in EMT?
At the undergraduate level, EMT is a concentration. It requires the completion of nine credits from a range of courses. You may either take nine credits at Stern or six credits at Stern and three credits outside of Stern. Most of the EMT courses are Marketing courses, so EMT fits nicely with a Marketing major.

What requirements do I need to apply for the EMT Program?
Because you are applying through NYU Undergraduate Admissions, there are strict requirements that are thoroughly explained in the application. To request an application or access a downloadable version, please visit the NYU Undergraduate Admissions web site.

Do you need to be a Stern student to specialize in EMT?
Yes. In order to specialize in EMT, you must be a current NYU Stern student.

What are some of the jobs that alumni have taken after graduating from the EMT Program at Stern?
NYU's Wasserman Center for Career Development maintains information regarding the companies that hire NYU graduates. Please visit their web site for more information.










Contact Us:

The EMT Program
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Tisch Hall
40 West 4th Street, Suite 900
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212.998.0403
Fax: 212.995.4855
Email: emt@stern.nyu.edu