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By The Numbers

Recent Facts & Figures (2016-2017)

Founded 1900
Faculty (full-time) 200+
Program enrollment 2,629
Tuition & Fees $50,105
Program applications 11,596 for ~600 spots
Median SAT 1470/1600
Mean SAT 1446/1600
Degrees offered 4
Coursework in the liberal arts 50+%
Students minoring in the liberal arts 38%
Students with at least 1 global academic experience ~100%
Students studying abroad for at least one semester through NYU ~50%
Required courses in Social Impact Core 4
Student participants in the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) database (started in 2012) 375
Stern professional clubs 25
Students with internships/paid work experience during junior year 98% 
(Class of 2017)
Placement within 6 months after graduation 98%
(Class of 2016)
Mean annual salary $73,986
(Class of 2016)

Admissions (Incoming Class Fall 2016)

Total applications 11,596
Increase in applications from previous year 7%
Accepted 12%
Enrolled 41%
Median SAT 1470/1600
Mean SAT 1446/1600

Incoming Freshman Class

Student Body Breakdown

Female 42%
Male 58%

 

International Breakdown

International students 26%
Countries represented 43



Ethnicity

American Indian/Alaskan Native 0%
Asian/Pacific Islander 30%
Black 5%
Hispanic 14%
International 26%
Native Hawaiin/Other Pacific Islander 0%
Two or more races 3%
White 15%
Unknown 7%

Academics

Degrees offered -BS in Business
-BS in Business & Political Economy
-BS/MS in Accounting
-BS/BFA in Film & Television
Faculty (full-time) 200+
Average core business class size 42
Average elective business class size 40
Students minoring in the liberal arts 38%
Student participants in the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) database (started in 2012) 375
Faculty participating in student academic research projects 92


Business Concentration Breakdown (Class of 2016)

Accounting 20%
Actuarial Science 2%
Economics 13%
Finance 75%
Info Systems 4%
Global Business 5%
Management 12%
Marketing 19%
Operations 1%
Statistics 7%

Total adds up to more than 100% because students can concentrate in more than one area of study.


Stern Around the World

Students who participate in the International Studies Program ~100%
Students who study abroad at least one semester through NYU
~50%
 

Social Impact

Year first Social Impact course taught 1998
Year Social Impact Core started 2005
Required courses in Social Impact Core 4
Social Impact stipends awarded to students since 2006 ~$291,000

 

Alumni

Total alumni 105,000+
Total undergraduate alumni 48,304
Countries represented 129
Alumni donation participation 9%

Student Engagement & Professional Development

Stern professional clubs 25
Firms & alumni who participated in Stern professional development programs (started in 2013) 172 firms & 345 alumni
Students with internships/paid work experience during junior year 98% (Class of 2017)
Placement within 6 months after graduation 98% (Class of 2016)
Mean annual salary $73,986 (Class of 2016)