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Tailored to Technology

The specialized format allows students to complete a full-time MBA in one year. Graduate with a focus in technology, through coursework and experiential learning projects that are built into the 51-credit curriculum.

Coursework

Below find a list of sample courses designed to deepen your foundation in business and expand your knowledge of tech:
 

Business Core   

Leadership Corporate Finance
Economics Accounting
Marketing Strategy
Business Communication Professional Responsibility
Entrepreneurship  

Tech Core

Designed and delivered in partnership with NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences 
Technical Product Management Evolution of Technology Industries
Dealing with Data DevOps and Software Engineering
Business Analytics & Machine Learning Network Technologies
Emerging Technologies  
Please note that Business Core and Tech Core courses are subject to change.


Stern Solutions

Students work on Stern Solutions projects each semester alongside their core coursework. Projects are required, for credit, and provide students with the opportunity to solve a range of real-world problems at the intersection of tech and business. Projects are conducted in partnership with Tech MBA Advisory Board companies, some of the top names in tech.

Program at a Glance

The Tech MBA is one year, running from May to May.
Students earn 51 credits to graduate with an MBA focused in technology.
 
SUMMER FALL WINTER SPRING

Business Core

Tech Core

Stern Solutions NYC Immersion

Tech Core

Electives

Stern Solutions Project

Stern Solutions
Silicon Valley Immersion

Tech Core

Electives

Stern Solutions Project


Orientation will be held on Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15.
Summer classes will begin on May 16. Please note that classes will be held Monday-Friday.

 

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