CourseworkThe curriculum has 4 major components:
- The Business core
- The Technology Core
- Stern Solutions (Experiential Learning)
- Elective courses
The business core builds broad knowledge in fundamental areas of business.
|Business Communication||Professional Responsibility|
Designed and delivered in partnership with the Department of Computer Science at NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, the tech core brings tailored coursework for a career in Tech.
|Technical Product Management||Emerging Technologies|
|Dealing with Data||DevOps and Software Engineering**|
|Tech Evolution & Economics||Business Analytics|
|Foundations of Networks and Mobile Systems**||Entrepreneurship|
** In partnership with Courant
NYU Stern's Andre Koo Tech MBA is a STEM designated degree program. For detailed information on eligibility and procedure please visit STEM OPT information on the Office of Global Services website.
Course spotlight: Business Analytics
Businesses governments and individuals create massive collections of data as a byproduct of their activity. Increasingly data is analyzed systematically to improve decision making. We will examine how data analytics technologies are used to improve decision making. We will study the fundamental principles and techniques of mining data and we will examine real world examples and cases to place data mining techniques in context to improve your data analytic thinking and to illustrate that proper application is as much an art as it is a science.
Tapping into NYU Stern's location in the heart of the global business ecosystem, Stern Solutions brings students and faculty together with industry leading companies to solve real business challenges in real time. Stern Solutions is built into every aspect of the Andre Koo Tech MBA curriculum to help students build a portfolio of skill sets, relationships, and experiences that will serve as the foundation for successful careers. Through the curriculum, students were exposed to a range of companies of different sizes on both the East and West coasts through company projects, visits, guest lectures and skills-based workshops.
Projects are required, for credit, and provide students with the opportunity to solve a range of real-world problems at the intersection of tech and business. Projects are conducted in partnership with Tech MBA Advisory Board companies in addition to other top names in tech. Learn more.
Students can select to pursue electives in their functional area, or take courses in areas of interest.