NYU Stern’s BS in Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship (BTE) is a four-year, STEM-certified degree that develops the next generation of business leaders with the entrepreneurial mindset and business and technology competencies to play transformational roles in the 21st century. The degree merges liberal arts, business fundamentals, social impact learning, a Global Experience requirement, entrepreneurship immersion, and relevant tech competencies, while still offering students the flexibility to pursue elective courses and minors across New York University.
BTE students will go through the program as a cohort, taking experiential courses in technology and entrepreneurship to gain both technical knowledge in analytics and coding along with an aptitude for managing uncertainty and ambiguity. Some of the required courses and electives will tap talent from across NYU, including faculty from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Tandon School of Engineering. The BTE degree will position students to take on business and technology roles at both large and small technology companies, consulting firms, and banks, and many will start their own ventures.
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