Class Registration

Get Ready for Registration! January term registration is now open. Spring registration begins the week of November 15.

Before registration becomes available for the fall and spring semesters, the Office of the Registrar sets an enrollment appointment time for all undergraduate students. Your specific registration time will be available to view under the "Enrollment Dates" box on the right side of your Student Center on Albert. (Summer and January term do not require registration appointments; you can register as soon as registration becomes available for those semesters). Make sure to check for any registration holds on the Albert home page. Some holds may prevent you from registering. Take care of them prior to your registration time. Also, make sure to read through course notes carefully before enrolling in a class to make sure you meet the prerequisites!

Check out these helpful registration links (can also be found on your Academics tab in Stern Life):

Please be advised that class days/times are subject to change.  Be sure to review Albert before finalizing your schedule and before the first day of classes!
 

Helpful Registration Tips

Take advantage of the following tools and resources when planning your fall schedule.



Meet With Your Adviser

You are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment to discuss your proposed plan of study in advance of your registration appointment time. As we are currently remote, you can schedule a phone or Zoom appointment via NYU Connect. Please don't forget that all appointments are held in ET/NYC time, so please account for the time difference. Advisers are also offering a limited number of non-traditional appointment hours to accommodate students who may be in other time zones. 
  • Advisers will be available for 30-minute in-person, Zoom, or phone appointments scheduled via NYU Connect. 15-minute appointments will begin on November 10th and run through November 19th.
  • Advisers are also available during daily virtual Quick Visit drop-ins throughout the week. Zoom-in during the listed time-frames to ask quick questions one-on-one to members of our advising team. See scheduling and Zoom Info on Stern Life.



Search for Classes and Course Evaluations

Use the course search on Albert to find classes. When viewing the search results, be sure to:
  • Write down the class number of each proposed course, as you will need it to register. If you are using the course search after having signed into Albert, you should see an option to "select class" when browsing through course options. This will automatically add the course to your shopping cart. 
  • Make a note of courses that also require a permission number to register (see step 6 for more on permission numbers.)
  • Read the departmental notes to determine if there are any course prerequisites or registration restrictions.
  • Be sure to read important pre-registration e-mails from the Advising office specifying specific courses that you should take based on your class year and/or major or concentration.
  • Course evaluations are a great planning tool for registration that allows you to see course feedback from students who have taken the class previously. Results from the Albert Course Evaluation tool are available to students via their Albert Student Center. After logging in, click the "Evaluation Published Results" link on the home page. It's important that you remember to fill out your evaluations at the end of each semester to help your fellow students better navigate their course selection process in the future.



January 2022 Course Offerings

For a full listing of open courses along with course descriptions and other important information, see the course index or Albert.
  • FINC-UB 86: Chinese Financial Markets (3 credits)
    Prerequisite: sophomore standing or higher
    Counts toward the Finance concentration
    This course introduces the institutions, instruments, and empirical regularities of Chinese financial markets and the role these markets play in the broader Chinese economy. The goal of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of Chinese financial markets. It focuses on current issues and debates about Chinese financial markets, including the Chinese banking system, RMB exchange rates, Chinese stock markets and bond markets, mutual fund and hedge fund industry, Chinese derivative markets and other important topics. 
  • MGMT-UB 1: Management & Organizations (4 credits)
    Prerequisite: sophomore standing or higher
    Counts toward functional business requirement
    In this course, you will attain an understanding of the key factors that contribute to organizational success and the role that managers play in helping their organizations become more successful. The better that you understand these issues, the more effective you will be in your future careers. More specifically, the course will explore how organizational leaders develop winning strategies, and then design their organization in a way that aligns structures, social relationships, tasks, human resource practices, and people to achieve those strategies.
  • MKTG-UB 1: Introduction to Marketing (4 credits)
    Prerequisite: sophomore standing or higher
    Counts toward functional business requirement
    This course evaluates marketing as a system for the satisfaction of human wants and a catalyst of business activity. It presents a comprehensive framework that includes (1) researching and analyzing customers, company, competition, and the marketing environment; (2) identifying and targeting attractive segments with a strategic positioning; and (3) making product, pricing, communication, and distribution decisions. Cases and examples are utilized to develop problem-solving abilities.
  • MKTG-UB 40: Entertainment & Media Industries (2 credits)
    Prerequisites: sophomore standing or higher
    Counts toward Marketing concentration, BEMT minor
    This course provides students with a framework for understanding the economics and key strategic issues facing organizations in the entertainment industry. It establishes a basis for the formulation of marketing tactics and strategies for firms competing for consumers' discretionary spending. Recent developments in major sectors of the entertainment industry are covered, including movies, television and cable, theatre, and sports. Issues that cut across all types of entertainment industries are examined, including licensing, promotion, and new technologies.
  • MULT-UB 7: Decision Models and Analytics (3 credits)
    Prerequisites: None
    Counts toward Statistics, Computing & Data Science, Marketing, Operations, and Management concentrations
    An introduction to basic principles and techniques of applied mathematical modeling for managerial decision-making (models used in fields such as finance, operations, and marketing). Students learn the use of important analytical methods (e.g., spreadsheet modeling, Monte-Carlo simulation) to recognize their assumptions and limitations and to employ them in decision making. Emphasis is placed on model formulation and interpretation of results, not mathematical theory. 
  • OPMG-UB 1: Operations Management (4 credits)
    Prerequisite: STAT-UB 103 and sophomore standing or higher
    Counts toward functional business requirement
    Designed to give students a better understanding of how firms can gain competitive advantage from their operations function. Typically this requires the firm to achieve, at a minimum, cost, quality, and ecological parity; responsiveness and adaptability to customer needs and desires; rapid time to market; process technology leadership; and sufficient and responsive capacity. A problem-solving framework is developed that enables students to undertake managerial and technical analysis that should result in the desired comparative advantage. 
  • SOIM-UB 6: Law, Business, and Society (4 credits)
    Prerequisite: Junior standing or higher
    Social Impact Core requirement
  • SOIM-UB 12: Professional Responsibility & Leadership (2 credits)
    Prerequisite: Law Business & Society and senior standing
    Social Impact Core requirement
  • STAT-UB 1: Stats F/Business Control (4 credits)
    Prerequisite: None
    Business Tools Requirement
     


New & Featured Courses - Spring 2022

For a full listing of open courses along with course descriptions and other important information, see the course index or Albert.
 
  • ACCT-UB 53: Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle Industry (2 credits)
    Prerequisite: ACCT-UB 1
    Counts toward Accounting & Sustainable Business concentrations

    This course analyzes renewable energy and electric vehicle industries from the perspective of someone who wants to start these businesses, manage them, or invest in them. It covers the following: (1) The business drivers for key renewable energy and electric vehicle technologies and their trends (2) Simplified financial models of renewable energy projects (3) Understanding and analyzing financial statements of renewable energy companies and electric vehicles companies.
  • ECON-UB 20: Future of Work (3 credits)
    Prerequisite: None
    Counts toward Business Economics & Econometrics concentrations
    As the nature of work continues to change drastically and visibly, it is becoming critical for managers, employees, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and educated citizens to understand work in a sophisticated way. In this course, you will learn (i) frameworks of how work is structured, (ii) how those structures relate to current topics, and (iii) what the implications are for various stakeholders.
  • ECON-UB 216: Business and Public Policy (3 credits)
    Prerequisite: ECON-UB 1 or 2
    Counts toward Business Economics & Econometrics concentrations

    Small and large businesses interact with the various level of government on a daily basis. Just think of companies such as Uber, Airbnb, Amazon, and Facebook, which invest enormous human and financial resources in their dealings with policy makers. Government taxes, subsidizes, and regulates business activity. In return, businesses attempt to shape public policy by lobbying politicians and by financing their electoral campaigns. This course is about understanding how the business and government worlds affect each other. We will study the economics and politics of anti-trust regulation, environmental regulation, state aid, intellectual property protection, labor market regulation, and trade policy.
  • MGMT-UB 23: Women in Leadership (3 credits)
    Prerequisites: None
    Counts toward Management concentration
    “Wanted: CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, and CTO’s.  Women, however, really need not apply.”
    Given that currently 12% of the CEO’s of Fortune 500 firms are women, this is the message conveyed by many organizations.  For women of color, the issue is more acute as they occupy about 1% of senior executive positions in these firms. The focus of the course is to examine women’s leadership presence in business organizations as well as the challenges that influence their opportunities.  Strategies used to navigate career success will also be explored.


Graduate Accounting Courses for Spring 2021

The Accounting Department offers undergraduates an exciting range of advanced graduate-level accounting electives, which satisfy general accounting concentration requirements. Registration for these courses opens on Monday, November 22 at 9:00 am (ET).
  • ACCT-GB 6300 Financial Statement Modeling (#2448)
    Date/Time: T/Th 2:00-3:15pm
    Prerequisites: ACCT-UB 3 Financial Statement Analysis and FINC-UB 2 Foundations of Finance
  • ACCT-GB 6302 Financial Reporting & Analysis (#2449)
    Date/Time: T/Th 11:00-12:15pm
    Prerequisites: ACCT-UB 3 Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACCT-GB 6313 Auditing (#2456)
    Date/Time: MW 11:00-12:15pm
    Prerequisite: ACCT-UB 3 Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACCT-GB 6331 Advanced Managerial Accounting (#2450)
    Date/Time: T/Th 9:30-10:45am
    Prerequisite: ACCT-UB 4 Managerial Accounting
  • ACCT-GB 6380 Taxation of Individuals & Business Income (#2457)
    Date/Time: MW 8:00-9:15 am
    Prerequisite: ACCT-UB 1 Principles of Financial Accounting
     


Waitlisting and the Edit Swap Tool

Waitlists
Adding your name to a course waitlist does not guarantee enrollment. After a certain period (see NYU Academic Calendar), course waitlists are deactivated for the term. If you have not been able to enroll in the waitlisted course by this time, it is no longer an option for your schedule. If you plan to add your name to a waitlist, please be aware:
  • Not all courses have a waitlist option
  • Waitlists can become full and the course will show as closed
  • You can add yourself to a waitlist and set up an "EDIT SWAP" which will allow Albert to automatically drop you from a course on your schedule if you get off the waitlist.
  • You will not be able to waitlist for a course for which you don't meet the prerequisites.
  • You will not be able to get off a waitlist if there is a time conflict with another enrolled class or if the addition of that course would exceed the 18-unit semester limit.
  • Monitor your waitlist position and your class schedule as it may change; if you have set up the edit swap properly, you will be automatically enrolled in the course if you move up to the first position and space becomes available. 
  • To remove an edit swap, you need to go back to the edit swap menu, select the blank space at the top of the drop-down menu, and click "submit." Check your schedule; this should have removed the edit swap.

The Edit Swap Tool
If you plan to add yourself to a course waitlist but your schedule is already full, you may need to use the edit swap function.

To "Edit Swap," you must:
  • Register for an open back-up course to ensure a schedule of 16-18 credits
  • Waitlist yourself for the class you would prefer. Then set up an edit swap by following the steps below:
    1. Log on to your Student Center on Albert
    2. Scroll down to your schedule
    3. Select the "Edit Swap" button
    4. Select the course from your schedule that can be dropped (the “back-up course”) if you get off the waitlist
    5. Select "submit". You should see your waitlist position and the class number of the class you have the edit swap set up with on your schedule
    6. Albert will only drop you from your back-up if it is able to enroll you from the waitlist into your preferred course.
If you are already on a waitlist for a class and then enroll yourself into an open section of the same course, Albert will drop you from the waitlisted section because it will assume you got the course you needed. To avoid being dropped from a waitlist, first, enroll in an open section of that course and then waitlist yourself for the section you prefer. Finally, set up the "edit swap."



Enrolling in Non-Stern Elective Courses

If you are approved to take a course that requires a permission number or special authorization to register, you should contact the department offering the course to determine if you are eligible to enroll and to inquire about the necessary steps to obtain a permission number, and/or other special registration authorization.

Check out these classes across NYU to find an interesting elective to take!



Verify Your Schedule

You should always verify your registration on Albert by reviewing your final schedule. Be sure to correct all registration mistakes before the first day of classes to avoid financial penalties. Pay special attention to the start dates of all of your classes as some schools of the University offer courses in special sessions. Please also make sure that you are enrolled in at least 12 credits (full-time) unless you are in the second semester of your senior year and you can be part-time (enrolled in less than 12 credits) and still be on track to successfully complete your degree requirements.



Tuition & Fees

New York University sets tuition payment deadlines for each fall, winter, spring, and summer semester. These deadlines are printed on the Office of the Bursar's website.

In addition to payment information, please review the following financial resources also found on the Office of the Bursar's website: