The online MSQM begins in mid-August with the first of two immersive four-day residencies. The residencies are a highlight of the online MS in Quantitative Management (MSQM) program. They take place at NYU Stern, located in the heart of Greenwich Village, and they give you the unique opportunity to connect with other business leaders as well as Stern faculty. The time you spend together on campus sets the stage for successful virtual collaboration and lifelong relationships as fellow NYU Stern alumni.
Watch the video below to get an inside look at the networking opportunities, alumni panel discussions and other one-of-a-kind experiences available only to NYU Stern MSQM students.
Residency Structure and Experiences
To accommodate working professionals, we schedule each residency over a long weekend in August. During the first residency, you participate in an orientation which introduces you to NYU Stern, your program, program leaders, advisors, course developers, professors, and each other, and enjoy social and cultural activities. You also complete the face-to-face component of the MSQM Communication course.
The second residential immersion takes place a year later. Students complete the face-to-face components of the Professional Responsibility and Collaboration, Conflict & Negotiation courses, meet the incoming MSQM class, and participate in a variety of other activities, including a workshop with career counselors from NYU Stern’s Career Center for Working Professionals.
In exceptional circumstances, we will consider waiving the residential requirement and provide an alternative for completing the orientation and residency coursework.
Residency Preparation and Costs
We strongly recommend that students begin planning for the initial residency soon after being accepted into the online MSQM program.
Students are responsible for their own room and board, transportation, and personal expenditures. We provide some meals and are happy to provide guidance on finding a place to stay near campus. You can find information about traveling to and from campus on the Visit NYU Stern page.
The NYU Office of Global Services (OGS) provides visa counseling and help with I-20 applications. For more information, visit the OGS website or call 212-998-4720.