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Course Equivalencies for Internal Transfers to Stern

Below is a list of course equivalencies for internal transfer applicants to the Stern School of Business.

Acceptable proof of completion of “Calculus I or higher” is one of the following:

  • MATH-UA 121/9121 Calculus I
  • MATH-UA 122/9122 Calculus II
  • MATH-UA 123 Calculus III
  • MATH-UA 140/9140 Linear Algebra
  • BOTH MATH-UA 211 Mathematics for Economics I and MATH-UA 212 Mathematics for Economics II (211 alone is not sufficient)
  • MATH-UA 221 Honors Calculus I
  • 4 or 5 on AP BC Calculus (AB is NOT acceptable), 6 or 7 on IB HL Math, A or B on GCE A-Level Math

Acceptable proof of completion of Statistics requirement is one of the following:

  • STAT-UB 103 Statistics for Business Control and Regression/Forecasting Models
  • BOTH ECON-UA 18 Statistics (4 credits) AND STAT-UB 3 Regression Forecasting Models 
  • BOTH ECON-UA 20 Analytic Statistics and one of the following:
    • STAT-UB 3 Regression Forecasting Models OR
    • ECON-UA 266 Introduction to Econometrics 
  • BOTH STAT-UB 1 Statistics for Business Control AND STAT-UB 3 Regression Forecasting Models 
  • AP Statistics score of 4 or 5 with a passing score on the Statistics proficiency exam administered by Stern does not complete the requirement in its entirety. A student must have a 4 or 5 on AP Statistics, pass the proficiency exam at Stern AND take STAT-UB 3 Regression/Forecasting Models.

Acceptable proof of completion of the “introductory microeconomics” requirement is:

  • ECON-UA 2 Principles of Economics II (or equivalent) 

Although completing the introductory microeconomics requirement is sufficient, additional microeconomics coursework is still required to complete Stern’s full microeconomics requirement. As such, the recommended coursework is:

  • ECON-UA 10/9010 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECON-UA 5 Introduction to Economic Analysis
  • BOTH ECON-UA 2 Principles of Economics II (or equivalent) AND ECON-UB 15 Competitive Analysis

 

 

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