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Undergraduate | Business Areas of Study

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Build your business expertise

Areas of Study

Start building your expertise with your business concentrations. Plus, explore even more academic possibilities.

Throughout your NYU Stern education, you will integrate top-rated business coursework with liberal arts classes to complete an academic program that will prepare you to succeed in today’s fast-paced business world. During your first few years at NYU Stern, you will sample each area of business study while completing your core classes. The insights gained and preferences discovered while completing your foundation coursework will serve as a guide as you choose your area of specialization, called concentrations.

The Undergraduate College Business degree offers 12 different concentrations. You can pursue up to two concentrations.

In addition, as an NYU Stern student in the BS in Business degree program, you can consider more than 100 minors in the College of Arts and Science, Tisch School of the Arts, Wagner School of Public Service, or Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. You also have the opportunity to double major at the College of Arts and Science.

* co-concentration only
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Liberal Arts, Business, Social Impact

An Integrated 4-Year Curriculum

By combining business courses with a broad liberal arts foundation, you will develop the skills and intellectual sophistication to advance in your chosen field. Our curriculum emphasizes global perspectives, social responsibility, professional ethics, and communication skills.
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Interdisciplinary Approaches to Business Areas


Get an interdisciplinary approach to business using tracks – roadmaps for coursework that will equip you with the skills and knowledge in areas of interest that cross traditional disciplines, such as real estate, luxury marketing, business analytics, asset pricing, and more.
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Room to Explore

Electives and Minors

With 44 required elective credits at your disposal, you can put your electives to some pretty cool uses. Take courses in politics, pursue a minor in music, double major in computer science, and more. All this room to explore means you can study almost anything.