Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship Frequently Asked QuestionsAnswers to the most common BTE questions.
Q: Can I apply early decision?
Q: What is the program size?
A: The BTE degree is carefully designed to welcome a class of approximately 30-50 students.
Q: If I get into BTE and decide that I would prefer to be in another program, can I switch before my first-year?
A: All admissions decisions made by the admissions committee are final, so you may not switch to Stern's Business degree or any other NYU program if accepted into BTE. For that reason, it is important you determine which undergraduate program at NYU is right for you before you apply. Visit the NYU Stern Undergraduate College and the NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions websites for more information.
Q: If I enroll in the BTE degree, what degree will I graduate with and what is my major?
A: Students enrolling in BTE graduate with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Q: Can I transfer into BTE?
A: During your first-year, current NYU Stern BS in Business first-year transfers will be allowed on a very limited basis. If you are currently an NYU Stern BS in Business first-year interested in transferring into BTE, please speak to an adviser.
Q: Can I pursue a concentration within Stern?
A: Yes. You can select any of the Stern Concentrations aside from computing and data science and the co-concentration in entrepreneurship. However, you must carefully plan your curriculum and consider the value of such breadth to your course of study. You will be able to work with an adviser to plan out your academic goals and interests.
Q: Can I pursue a second major at NYU?
A: Yes. You can pursue an additional major in the College of Arts and Science, however, you must carefully plan your curriculum and consider the value of such breadth to your course of study. You will be able to work with an adviser to plan out your academic goals and interests. Some exceptions may apply.
Q: Can I pursue a minor in addition to the BTE degree?
A: Yes. You will have the opportunity to pursue elective courses, which can be used to pursue a minor or sample a wide range of courses that align with your professional or personal interests. Some exceptions may apply.