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Finance


At Stern, you are going to get a great return on your investment

Finance describes a wide variety of industries and job functions, from managing the assets of a single organization to tracking and influencing the exchange of currency and stocks.
 

Selected Finance Employers of NYU Stern MBAs

American Express
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Barclays Capital
Blackstone
BNP Paribas
Citi
Credit Suisse
Deutsche Bank
General Electric Company
Goldman Sachs
Guggenheim Securities
HSBC
JPMorgan
Liberty Mutual
PIMCO
Prudential
RBC Capital Markets
Standard & Poor's
UBS
Wells Fargo Securities
Learn about Career Development at Stern and view more Stern employers
 

Michael Price Student Investment Fund (MPSIF) Course

  • Provides students interested in pursuing asset management with hands-on experience managing a real fund
  • Features senior-level guests like Ted Tabasso, Deutsche Bank Managing Director and Global Research Product Director

Student Clubs

Graduate Finance Association (GFA)
Real Estate Club (REC)
Stern Investment Management and Research (SIMR)
Stern Private Equity Club (SPEC)
 

Related Specializations

Accounting
Banking
Business Analytics
Corporate Finance
Economics
Finance
Financial Instruments and Markets
Financial Systems and Analytics
FinTech
Quantitative Finance
Real Estate

Dual Degrees & Related Electives at Other NYU Graduate Schools

MBA/MS in Mathematics in Finance

The MBA/MS in Mathematics in Finance dual degree is a partnership between NYU’s Stern School of Business and The Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, both highly regarded in their fields. The mix of financial and quantitative skills provided by this program will make its graduates strong candidates for positions in quantitative risk and portfolio management and the design, pricing, trading and hedging of structured products.

Approved classes at NYU School of Law

  • Corporations
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Survey of Securities Regulation

Approved classes at NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science

  • Development of Economics
  • Economics/Financial History of Europe
  • Math for Economists
  • Seminar in Econometrics
  • Theory of Economic Development

Approved classes at NYU Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

  • Derivative Securities
  • Financial Engineering Models for Corporate Finance
  • Case Studies in Financial Modeling