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NYU Non-Stern Students

As a NYU Non-Stern student (other than those in joint-degree programs) you can take up to six credits per term, but you must register through your division program advisor. Reservations for Spring 2011 will be accepted from December 3 through the following dates (February 6 for a day class and February 11 for a Langone/Evening class).


  • Please be aware that some core classes are restricted.
  • Please be aware that the Stern Graduate School of Business uses a different calendar, Spring 2011 than the regular NYU calendar.
  • All students enrolled in Stern graduate courses must adhere to Stern's policies and procedures including the code of conduct and honor code along with the default policies for Stern courses.
  • If you are not registered on Albert by the end of the registration period, you will be automatically dropped from the class.
  • Non-Stern students may not audit Stern MBA classes.
Check Your Prerequisites
Before registering for courses at the Graduate Stern School, please confirm (with your advisor) that you have met the prerequisites for the course(s) by reviewing the prerequisites with our online Course Descriptions.

Course Registration Procedure

  1. The Spring 2011 Course Schedule
    You can search by department or print the entire schedule. Any schedule or instructor changes will be updated in real-time.
  2. Cross Registration Form
    Please submit this form to your academic advisor. You do not need approval from a Stern Academic Advisor.
  3. Call Numbers and Access Codes
    If seats are available in the class, your advisor will be given call numbers and access codes. You will need these codes to register through Albert.
  4. Stern Account Activation
    Students automatically get a Stern account after registering; this account must be activated in order to access Stern class resources.

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