Students outside of Stern (non-majors) interested in taking Stern courses can refer to the Open Access list
. Use this list as a reference when planning your Stern coursework by noting:
1.) The class you're interested in is on the list (if it is not, it is not open to non-majors)
2.) You have met the prerequisites
3.) The date you can register for the class
You will be able to directly register, space permitting, on the Open Access date (usually one week after registration begins), but will also be able to enroll on a Non-Stern Waitlist once your Registration Period has begun. If there is room in the course on the Open Access date, any students on the Non-Stern waitlist will be automatically enrolled (as long as it will not put you over the Term maximum for credits and will not cause a time conflict with existing enrollments). For instructions on how to register, please click here
for the Registration Guide for Non-Stern Students.
Visit this link
for more information on Cross-School Minors, which are open to members of the greater NYU community that incorporate coursework from multiple schools. Certain minors are administered by Stern and require Stern coursework; if you have questions regarding the Stern coursework required for Advanced Mathematical Methods, Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology (BEMT), Public Policy or Social Entrepreneurship, reach out to Saige Martinez (contact information below).
CAS Business Studies Minor
The Business Studies minor is administered by the College of Arts and Science (CAS), but incorporates Stern coursework. Please find more information on the Business Studies Minor here
. Each semester, specific sections of core business courses required for the minor are set aside for non-business students. Be sure to check Albert for information on which sections are appropriate for you.
Stern Cross-School Advising
If you have any questions related to Stern classes, please contact:
When e-mailing, please provide the following information: Name, University ID #, Course Name, Course Number, and the 4-5 digit class number.
To speak with Saige, please visit her at the Academic Resource Center for Cross-School Advising on Fridays, 12:00 - 1:30 PM.
If you have a question about whether Stern classes are applicable to your degree program, please consult your home school