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Learn about the Entrepreneurship Co-Concentration 

As the landscape of work is transformed by digital technologies over the coming decades, entrepreneurial thinking and skills will be imperative for a successful career. This co-concentration develops the perspective and networks necessary to succeed as a startup founder, to make smart venture capital investments, and to influence innovation policy.

Entrepreneurship Co-Concentration Requirements

Entrepreneurship can only be taken as a co-concentration. Please select a primary concentration to supplement the Entrepreneurship concentration.

To declare a co-concentration in Entrepreneurship, you must fill out the concentration declaration form on Stern Life.

You are required to complete:

  • Entrepreneurship (MGMT-UB 85) previously titled "Patterns of Entrepreneurship"
  • Nine (9) credits of approved Entrepreneurship electives

Approved Entrepreneurship Electives: 

  • Building Business Plans (ACCT-UB 65) 
  • Social Entrepreneurship (BSPA-UB 41)
  • Sustainability Consulting in Costa Rica (BSPA-UB 45)
  • Entrepreneurship in Sustainable Protein (BSPA-UB 50/ANST-UA 650)
  • Social Innovation Practicum (BSPA-UB 70)
  • SEG: Social Entrepreneurship in Ghana (BSPA-UB 2000)
  • Market Design (ECON-UB 226)
  • Topics in Entrepreneurial Finance (FINC-UB 61) 
  • Applications in Entrepreneurial Finance: FinTech (FINC-UB 62) 
  • Managing People and Teams at Work  (MGMT-UB 7)
  • Managing Family Businesses and Privately-Held Firms (MGMT-UB 28)
  • Negotiation & Consensus Building (MGMT-UB 30)
  • NYC Entrepreneurship Lab  (MGMT-UB 43)
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Israel (MGMT-UB 9087) taught in NYU - Tel Aviv
  • Brand Strategy and Planning (MKTG-UB 55)
  • Entrepreneurship Launchpad (MULT-UB 39) previously titled "Entrepreneurship 2.0"
  • Foundations of FinTech (MULT-UB 80)
  • Entrepreneurship in Law and Practice (MULT-UB 86)
  • Experiential Learning Seminar: Fashion Industry Creativity: & Business (MULT-UB 104)
  • The Startup Lab (MULT-UB 301) previously titled "Getting to Launch: The Lean Startup"
  • Real Estate Development and Entrepreneurship (OPMG-UB 60) 
  • Introduction to Programming and Data Science (TECH-UB 23)
  • Networks, Crowds and Markets (TECH-UB 60)
  • Digital Innovation and Crowdsourcing (TECH-UB 70)

Additional Notes and Resources

A Stern elective course may satisfy only one concentration requirement. For example,  Patterns of Entrepreneurship can count as an Entrepreneurship concentration requirement OR as an advanced management elective, but it cannot satisfy both requirements.

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