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Global Business

Concentrate in Global Business

For course descriptions, prerequisites and course scheduling options, please review the Course Index.

Students in the class of 2015+ co-concentrating in Global Business

Global Business Co-Concentration
Students pursuing a co-concentration in Global Business are required to take the core course, International Business Management (MGMT-UB 4) and the following courses - please note that students must take a minimum of 12 units to complete the co-concentration:
1 Category A Course  
2 Electives These courses can be from Category A courses and at least one additional Stern course chosen from the approved Global Business electives
Category A
International Financial Management FINC-UB 30
Global Marketing Management MKTG-UB 64
Global Perspectives on Enterprise Systems ECON-UB 220
The Globalization of Business Enterprise MGMT-UB 36

It is recommended that the fourth course and the second elective towards the co-concentration be chosen from outside of Stern: e.g. foreign language through the College of Arts and Science (two semesters or one intensive semester), International or Comparative Politics, or Economics. See this page for examples of non-business courses approved for the co-concentration.

Global Business Elective Options

Elective Options
Business in Transition Economies ECON-UB 231
Topics in Emerging Financial Markets FINC-UB 23
Microfinance FINC-UB 42
Global Outsourcing INFO-UB 70
Globalization of the Entertainment Industry MKTG-UB 46
The Financial System MULT-UB 27
The Middle East: Culture, Markets, and Strategy MULT-UB 45
Global Macroeconomics Issues MULT-UB 239
Social Enterprise & Economic Development: The Indian Context ECON-UB 223

(Note: admission into course may be by application only on semester by semester basis)
Asian Economies ECON-UB 222

Global Non-business Elective Options

Foreign Language

Students are strongly encouraged to fulfill one of their elective requirements for the area with the foreign language option.
Any 8 units (or more) of course work in a single foreign language will count as one of the two electives for the co-major/concentration. Note: Students may also take any 6-credit intensive language course (e.g. FREN-UA 10, Intensive Elementary French I) to satisfy this requirement.

Non-foreign Language

In general, a non-business elective is one that has some significant impact on business practices of the 21st century. The undergraduate faculty adviser evaluates courses for appropriateness. To request a course evaluation, the international business undergraduate adviser would need to receive the syllabus of the course, in-person or via e-mail, and a description of the request. Applicable courses may, but are not limited to, be offered through the College of Arts and Science, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and Tisch School of the Arts.

Examples of approved courses include

Modern South Africa and Ghana
Comparative Economic Systems
Cities in a Global Context
NYU in Florence—Italian Politics
NYU in Prague—Ownership and Corporate Control in Advanced and Transition Economies
Cross-Cultural Communication
Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Examples of un-approved courses include
La Belle Epoque
History of Rome
History of Ancient Egypt
NYU in London—A History of London
NYU in Madrid—Fascism

Meet with Your Adviser

To ensure proper concentration progress consult your Academic and Faculty Adviser.

Advising- Global Business