The CurriculumStern’s undergraduate degrees in business combine intensive study in business fundamentals with broad-based foundations in the liberal arts. Our courses are taught by some of the most respected business faculty in the world. Stern's prominent faculty includes three Nobel Laureates. Our global study opportunities and cutting-edge social impact sequence are unmatched by any other undergraduate business school.
- B.S. in Business with a choice of 13 concentrations. Other options within the B.S. in business degree include a second major or minor in a field outside business – anything from Chinese to history to psychology to the fine arts.
- B.S. in Business & Political Economy, which features coursework in business, politics and economics along with integrated global study at select sites in NYU's global network of 13 academic centers.
- Stern-Tisch B.S. in Business/B.F.A. in Film and Television available to students enrolled in the B.S. in Business program. This five-year dual degree is designed for students with a passion for film and television, and an interest in the business aspects of these industries.
- B.S./M.S. in Accounting available to students enrolled in the B.S. in Business program. This program prepares students to sit for the Certified Public Accountant license examination.
Academic Quick FactsFaculty: 200+ (full-time)
Degree Programs: 4
Concentrations in the Business Degree: 13 areas in Accounting, Actuarial Science, Business Economics, Computing and Data Science, Econometrics & Quantitative Theory, Entrepreneurship (co-concentration only), Finance, Global Business (co-concentration only), Management and Organizations, Marketing, Operations, Statistics, and Sustainable Business (co-concentration only)
Tracks: 8 (Asset Pricing; Business Analytics; Corporate Finance; Digital Marketing; Entrepreneurship; Luxury Marketing; Management Consulting; Real Estate)
Minors: 50+ (includes foreign languages, history, mathematics, political science, psychology, sociology)
Joint-School Minors: Advanced Math Methods; Business of Entertainment, Media & Technology; Public Policy & Management