Areas of Study
Please note that requirements for certain areas of study may differ depending on whether you are taking it as a major (class of 2014) or a concentration (class of 2015+). Please see the specific area of study to determine tour selections based on your class year:academic adviser , be able to pursue a secondary major outside of Stern through the College of Arts and Sciences.
The NYU Stern faculty developed and approved the following four guiding educational principles in 2005 as the foundational goals for the Bachelor of Science in Business degree program at NYU Stern. These goals describe the knowledge, skills, and values that we expect our students to have attained upon completion of their undergraduate program study.
I. Achieve proficiency:Students will achieve professional levels of competence in core functions of business, including oral and written communication
II. Intellectualism:Students will exhibit intellectual curiosity, high levels of intellectual engagement, and open mindedness to new ideas and alternative points of view
III. Collaboration: Students will develop the skills needed to thrive in groups, organizations, and communities
IV. Social impact: Students will achieve understanding of the role of business within our global society