NYU Non-Stern

As a NYU Non-Stern student (other than those in dual-degree programs) you can take up to six credits per term, but you must register through your division program advisor. Reservations for Fall 2021 will be accepted from July 16 through September 9 for day classes and through September 20 for evening/weekend classes. Reservations for Summer 2021 will still continue to be accepted through May 19 for Summer I classes and through July 6 for Summer II classes. 


  • Please be aware that some core classes are restricted.
  • Please be aware that the Stern Graduate School of Business uses a different Summer 2021 Calendar and Fall 2021 Calendar than the regular NYU calendar.
  • All students enrolled in Stern graduate courses must adhere to Stern's policies and procedures including the Code of Conduct along with the default policies for Stern courses.
  • Non-Stern students may not audit Stern MBA classes.
  • Non-Stern students are not permitted to register for summer intensive or winter intensive courses

Course Registration Procedure

  1. The Summer & Fall 2021 Course Schedule
    Real-time updates of Stern course info is found on the Stern website, not Albert. You can search by department or print the entire schedule. 
  2. Requisite Satisfaction
    Your advisor may confirm course requisite satisfaction through one of the following:
  3. Cross Registration Form
    Please click on the hyperlink above to download the required form.
  4. Submit the form to your academic advisor for certification of all course and requisite information. The advisor should then communicate your request to Stern. You do not need approval from a Stern Academic Advisor. 
  5. Stern Approval
    If a seat is available in the class, you will be notified by your advisor. You will need to complete your registration through Albert by the provided deadline.
  6. Stern Account Activation
    Students automatically get a Stern account after registering; this account must be activated in order to access Stern class resources.

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