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Curricular Tracks

A track consists of a set of approximately eight courses and includes a progression of three types of courses:
  • Prerequisite courses
  • Essential courses
  • Advanced electives
Tracks provide you with a roadmap of coursework that will help you develop both intellectually and professionally in areas of interest that cross traditional disciplines. Tracks are designed to be multidisciplinary, in-depth, and supplemental to students' business concentration(s). Completion of a track will not be noted on a student's transcript.

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Each track has a Track Champion dedicated to developing and monitoring the track curriculum, advising students and facilitating students' professional development.

Important Note: Students must fulfill all required prerequisites for any course listed. For information regarding course prerequisites, please refer to the Course Index and College of Arts and Sciences website. Stern Business Tools courses consist of the following (Microeconomics [ECON-UB 1], Statistics for Business Control and Regression/Forecasting Models [STAT-UB 103 or STAT-UB 1& STAT-UB 3], and Principles of Financial Accounting [ACCT-UB 1])

Tracks at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College

Asset Pricing

The Asset Pricing Track provides rigorous training in (1) the pricing/valuation of financial instruments, including corporate, fixed income, and derivative securities, (2) investment strategies, including performance evaluation and portfolio theory, and (3) the workings of capital markets, including the various participants in these markets, their roles, and the regulatory environment. Learn more about the Asset Pricing Track.
 

Business Analytics

The Business Analytics Track is designed to expose students to the skills, methods, and practices that are useful for data-driven decision making. This multidisciplinary field has strong roots in computer science, information science, mathematics, operations, and statistics.  Learn more about the Business Analytics Track.
 

Corporate Finance

The Corporate Finance Track provides rigorous training in (i) corporate financial decision-making, including value creation, corporate governance, and agency issues and (ii) the markets for corporate claims and corporate control, including the role of financial intermediaries.  Learn more about the Corporate Finance Track.
 

Digital Marketing

The Digital marketing Track deals with the interface that an organization presents to its customers at the front end coupled with intelligent analytics that help it to sense trends and needs and react rapidly to them. Learn more about the Digital Marketing Track.
 

Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Track is designed to help students confront the unique challenges facing anyone who wants to start their own venture. Learn more about the Entrepreneurship Track.
 

Management Consulting

The Management Consulting Track guides students in effective ways of thinking about businesses and solving business problems and teaches skills that are applicable to any position both inside and outside the consulting industry. Learn more about the Management Consulting Track.
 

Real Estate

The Real Estate Track provides rigorous training in (i) the economics of real estate investment & development; (ii) the pricing/valuation and trading of financial instruments with real estate as the underlying asset; (iii) the workings of real estate primary and secondary markets, including the various participants in these markets, their roles; and (iv) the legal, taxation, and regulatory environment. Learn more about the Real Estate Track.