NYU Stern – The Stern School Of Business

The Business School affiliated to the New York University is the Leonard N Stern School of Business or more commonly known by the following names – Stern School of Business, NYU Stern or simply Stern. The School of Business was established in the year 1900 by Charles Waldo Haskins. At that time the School was known as the New York University’s School of Commerce. However in the year 1972 the School was renamed College of Business & Public Administration. In the year 1988 the College of Business and Public Administration received a $30 million donation from its alumnus Leonard N Stern (MBA of 1959) and subsequently the College was renamed as Stern School of Business. The School of Business is one of the founding members of Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business and is therefore regarded as one of the oldest business schools in the world. Greenwich Village campus of the University is home to NYU Stern School of Business. Presently the School of Business has the prestigious state of the art facility – Kaufman Management Center in its campus.  The School of Business has more than 2000 undergraduates and more than 3000 post graduate students under its fold. The School also supports nearly 200 full time faculty and more than 70 adjunct professors. The Academic programs on offer by the School of Business include – Undergraduate BS program, full time MBA degree program,Part time MBA program, Executive MBA program, global degree programs, PhD program and many dual degree programs. Undergraduate students of the School of Business have the option to visit other countries as part of their Global Study Program. Countries where students usually are taken include – Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, Argentina, Japan, Chile, Hungary etc. Full time MBA program has the following concentration choices for students– Accounting, Finance, Management, Global Business, Banking, Economics, Law and Business, Luxury Marketing, Corporate finance, entrepreneurship and innovation, Marketing, supply chain management, financial instruments and markets etc. Executive MBA or EMBA is a twenty two month program for working professionals who have atleast six years of work experience. The classes are usually held every other Friday and Saturday and degree is offered at par with Stern Full time and Part time students. The Global degree programs on offer by the Stern School of Business include – TRIUM Global Executive MBA which is jointly offered by London School of Economics and HEC Paris, MS in Global Finance with Hong Kong University and a Master level program in Risk Management for Executives along with Amsterdam Institute of Finance. Joint MBA degrees include – MBA-JD, MBA-MFA, MBA-MPA, MBA-MS in Mathematics in Finance, MBA-MA in French Studies and Politics etc  
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