Modules With NYC Immersion

Each five-week module has a specific business theme and includes one week of in-person classes on the NYU campus. This is an opportunity to immerse yourself in a subject, get to know your classmates in person, do some networking, spend time on campus and in New York City, and earn 4.5 credits. The in-person component of each module is a full-time experience.

Most modules integrate three 1.5-credit courses, organized around an important business theme or subject. Two weeks before you come to campus, your module courses will begin online with asynchronous content and assignments (individual and group) to complete by deadlines set by the faculty. The in-person classes meet Monday through Saturday, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM each day. After class, there will often be homework, but you will also have time to socialize and explore. Following the week on campus, there are two more weeks of asynchronous work before the module ends.

Students must enroll in the entire module and take all module courses.

To enroll into a module, you'll choose one course topic from the following options in Albert: INTA-GB 3401, 3402, 3403, 3404 or 3405. Subsequently, you'll be enrolled into the individual classes closer to the start of the term, and will then gain access to their Brightspace pages and be able to point the courses towards specializations in MAP. Learn more about specializations here.
  
In 2024, we plan to offer five modules – Jan/Feb, March, May/Jun, Jul/Aug, and Aug/Sep. The following are the module topics tentatively planned:

  • INTA-GB.3401.V1 - Analytics for Decision-Making
  • INTA-GB.3402.V1 - Sustainable Business
  • INTA-GB.3403.V1 - Leadership
  • INTA-GB.3404.V1 - Finance in the Corporation
  • INTA-GB.3405.V1 - Managing Brands

Students are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and meals during modules.  NYU Stern does not provide housing or meals during modules. 
  
View this short video for a quick overview of how the Hybrid Modules work.
  
If you have already taken one or more of the courses in the module or its equivalent, please speak with Academic Affairs for approval and/or seek other course options.

  • INTA-GB.3401.V1 Analytics for Decision-Making (January - February Module)

OPMG-GB 2150 Decision Models

Instructor: Ilan Lobel

Specializations:

Business Analytics

Quantitative Finance

FinTech

Financial Systems & Analytics

Management

Management Technology & Operations

Supply Chain Management & Global Sourcing

Tech Product Management

TECH-GB 3106 Visualizing Data

Instructor: Kristen Sosulski

Specializations:

Business Analytics

Management

Tech Product Management

TECH-GB 3109 Digital Marketing Analytics

Instructor: Anindya Ghose

Specializations: 

Brand Management

Business Analytics

Digital Marketing

Marketing

Management Technology & Operations

Tech Product Management

  • Asynchronous work: January 8 - January 21, 2024
  • On-campus immersion: January 22 - January 27, 2024
  • Asynchronous work: January 28 - February 11, 2024
  • Sample Syllabi

Important note: This module overlaps the first week of spring Langone classes. You will be completing the final week of asynchronous work while you are beginning any spring classes you plan to take. Please plan accordingly.

 

 

  • INTA-GB.3402.V1 Sustainable Business (March - April Module)

BSPA-GB 2105 Sustainability for Competitive Advantage

Instructor: Alison Taylor

Specializations: 

Leadership & Change Management

Sustainable Business & Innovation

Supply Chain Management & Global Sourcing

Strategy

FINC-GB 2160 Sustainable Finance

Instructor: Cristiano Zazzara

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 2311

Specializations:

Finance

Sustainable Business & Innovation

MKTG-GB 2103 Marketing & Sustainability

Instructor: Bryan Bollinger

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 2310

Specializations:

Marketing

Brand Management

Sustainable Business & Innovation

  • Asynchronous work: March  4 - March 17, 2024
  • On-campus immersion: March 18 - March 23, 2024
  • Asynchronous work: March 4 - April 7, 2024 
  • Sample Syllabi

Important note: The on-campus immersion takes place during Spring Break. However, the four weeks of asynchronous work will overlap any other courses you take in the spring. Please plan your course load carefully.

  • INTA-GB.3403.V1 Leadership (May - June Module)

MGMT-GB 3165 Power & Professional Influence

Instructor: Joe Magee

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 1302

Specializations:

Leadership & Change Management

Management

MGMT-GB 2153 Managing Change

Instructor: Anat Lechner

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 1302

Specializations:

Healthcare

Leadership & Change Management

Management

Strategy

MGMT-GB 2129 Engage Your Audience

Instructor: Diane Lennard

Specializations: 

Leadership & Change Management

  • Asynchronous work: May 20 - June 2, 2024
  • On-campus immersion: June 2 - June 8, 2024
  • Asynchronous work: June 9 - June 23, 2024
  • Sample Syllabi

 

  • INTA-GB.3404.V1 Finance in the Corporation (July - August Module)

FINC-GB 2302 Corporate Finance

Instructor: Holger Mueller

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 2311

Specializations: 

Corporate Finance

Finance

Quantitative Finance

ACCT-GB 2103 Financial Statement Analysis

Instructor: Julian Yeo

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 1306

Specializations:

Accounting

  • Asynchronous work: July 1 - July 14, 2024
  • On-campus immersion: July 15 - July 20, 2024
  • Asynchronous work: July 21 - August 4, 2024
  • Sample Syllabi
  • INTA-GB.3405.V1 Managing Brands (August - September Module)

MKTG-GB 2153 Pricing

Instructor: Masakazu Ishihara

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 2310

Specializations:

Luxury Marketing

Marketing

Supply Chain Management & Global Sourcing

MKTG-GB 3150 Marketing Planning & Strategy

Instructor: Stewart Krentzman

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 2310

Specializations:

Brand Management

Luxury Marketing

Marketing

ACCT-GB 3103 Internal Decision Making & Corp Performance

Instructor: Julian Yeo

Prerequisite: COR1-GB 1306

Specializations: 

Accounting

  • Asynchronous work: August 19 -September 1, 2024
  • On-campus immersion: September 2 - September 7, 2024
  • Asynchronous work: September 8 - September 22, 2024
  • Sample Syllabi