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        Business and Finance

        To advance in today’s global business environment, one must develop an exceptionally broad array of intellectual skills. The modern business environment demands the ability to analyze problems rigorously, to develop innovative and creative solutions, and to work effectively within the context of an organization. That in turn demands an understanding of the customers, the cultural and scientific contexts in which businesses operate, alongside an understanding of the techniques by which firms succeed in a competitive economy.

        A successful business combines labor and capital to produce a good or service at a price and quality that customers want to purchase. In a complex business, different individuals often take responsibility for different aspects of that endeavor, such as operations management, marketing and sales, information systems management, and financial management. An effective business education should provide students with an overview of all these fields, together with an opportunity to explore some areas in greater depth.

        The business program at NYU Shanghai is designed to provide students with comprehensive preparation for the modern globalized business world. It builds upon the liberal education designed into the NYU Shanghai core curriculum. Before entering the major, students will have developed an essential set of skills in mathematics, critical thinking, and oral and written communication. They will also have acquired a familiarity with the general cultural and scientific contexts in which businesses operate. Within the major, students obtain:

        • a deeper understanding of the modern global business environment and its economic structure;
        • disciplinary skills in economics and statistics;
        • a focused introduction to accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and organizational management.

        The Business & Finance major helps students develop knowledge and skills in corporate finance, investments management, securities trading, financial markets, and more.


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        Degree Requirements - 2018-19 Bulletin

        * = offered in Fall?'19?in Shanghai

        BUSINESS CORE
        BUSF-SHU 101 Statistics for Business and Economics* ?
        BUSF-SHU 202 Foundations of Finance* Pre-reqs: Statistics for Business and Economics; Microeconomics
        BUSF-SHU 250 Principles of Financial Accounting* Pre-req: Not open to freshmen
        ECON-SHU 3 Microeconomics* Pre-req: Calculus or Honors Calculus or placement
        ECON-SHU 251 Economics of Global Business Pre-req: Microeconomics
        FINANCE CORE
        BUSF-SHU 303 Corporate Finance* Pre-req: Foundations of Finance
        BUSINESS ELECTIVES - Choose Two
        BUSF-SHU 142 Information Technology in Business and Society* Pre-req: Bus Major Priority; not open to Freshmen
        BUSF-SHU 210 Business Analytics Pre-req: Bus Major priority; A prior Statistics Course (BUSF-SHU 101)
        BUSF-SHU 351 Operations Management Pre-req: not open to freshmen
        MGMT-SHU?301 Management and Organizations* ?
        MKTG-SHU?1? Introduction to Marketing* Pre-req: Not open to freshmen
        FINANCE ELECTIVES - Choose Two
        Note: Any 4-credit Finance elective course offered at NYU Shanghai (such as those listed below) or any 3-credit Finance elective course offered by Stern Finance Department can counted as a Finance elective. Taking two 2-credit Finance courses will be counted as meeting the requirement of one Finance elective.
        BUSF-SHU 220F Debt Instruments* Pre-req: Foundations of Finance; Co-req: BUSF-SHU 200F
        BUSF-SHU 200F Fixed Income Derivatives* Pre-req: Foundations of Finance; Co-req: BUSF-SHU?220F
        BUSF-SHU?229 Behavioral Finance* Pre-req: Corporate Finance
        BUSF-SHU 286 Chinese Financial Markets* Pre-req:?Foundations of Finance or Principles of Finance
        BUSF-SHU 304 Futures and Options* Pre-req:?Foundations of Finance
        BUSF-SHU 308 Hedge Fund Strategies* Pre-req: Corporate Finance
        BUSF-SHU 321 Equity Valuation* Pre-req: Corporate Finance; Junior standing
        NON-FINANCE ELECTIVES - Choose Two from the Following Areas
        Accounting
        BUSF-SHU?309 Financial Statement Analysis* Pre-req: Principles of Financial Accounting
        Operations
        Information System
        BUSF-SHU 271 Artificial Intelligence for Business* Pre-req: Calculus; Intro to Computer Programming
        Management
        MGMT-SHU?18 Strategic Analysis* Pre-req: Bus major priority; no freshmen
        Marketing
        MKTG-SHU 3 Advertising Management* Pre-req: Intro to Marketing
        MKTG-SHU 9 Research for Customer Insights* Pre-req: Intro to Marketing
        MKTG-SHU 57 Digital Marketing* ?
        MKTG-SHU 200 Strategic Marketing in China: Live Project and Case Studies* Pre-req: Intro to Marketing; Junior/Senior standing
        MKTG-SHU 229 Luxury and Luxury Marketing* Pre-req: must be at least sophomore level
        Others
        BUSF-SHU 3 Business Honors Seminar* Pre-req: Senior standing; must be selected by business program
        BUSF-SHU?200D Business Consulting in China* Pre-req: Management and Organizations and/or Intro to Marketing, or upon approval by the instructor; Junior/Senior standing
        BUSF-SHU?211 Design Thinking* ?
        BUSF-SHU?225.1 Negotiation and Consensus Building: Theoretic Foundations* This can be taken stand-alone
        BUSF-SHU 225.2 Negotiation and Consensus Building: Cases and Practices* Co-req: BUSF-SHU 225.1
        BUSF-SHU?232 Entrepreneurship Explored* ?
        BUSF-SHU 288 Doing Business in China* Pre-req: Bus majors; Senior standing
        BUSF-SHU 311 New Venture Strategy* Pre-req: must be at least sophomore level
        BUSF-SHU?997 Business Independent Study* Pre-req: Permission of the Academic Discipline; see Albert for details
        CHINA BUSINESS STUDIES COURSE - Choose One
        BUSF-SHU 200D Business Consulting in China* Pre-req: Management and Organizations and/or Intro to Marketing, or upon approval by the instructor;?requires Junior/Senior Standing
        BUSF-SHU?288 Doing Business in China* Pre-req: Bus majors; Senior standing
        BUSF-SHU 286 Chinese Financial Markets* Pre-req: Foundations of Finance
        BUSF-SHU 312 International Trade and Business* ?
        MKTG-SHU 200 Strategic Marketing in China: Live Project and Case Studies* Pre-req: Intro to Marketing; Junior/Senior standing
        OPTIONAL: "Business Analytics Track"
        BUSF-SHU?210 Business Analytics Can be double-counted as a Business Core Elective.
        BUSF-SHU?142 Information Technology in Business and Society Can be double-counted as a Business Core Elective
        One Operations/Information System/Analytics course (e.g. Operations Management) ?
        OPTIONAL: “Marketing Track”
        MKTG-SHU 1 (9001)/BUSF-SHU 302 Introduction to Marketing Can be double-counted as a Business Core Elective.
        Two Marketing Elective Courses See list here.
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        Recommended Fall 2019 Courses

        Recommended Courses in Fall 2019?for Freshmen

        • PoH
        • Principles of Financial Accounting
        • Foundations of Finance
        • Core, General Elective, or Chinese

        Recommended courses in Fall 2019?for Sophomores

        • Core class or General Elective
        • Business Core Elective
        • Finance Elective or Non-Finance Elective
        • Core class or?General Elective
        Faculty Mentor

        Prof. Raymond Ro?Email:?raymond.ro@nyu.edu?|?Profile

        Minor in Business
        Required Courses
        BUSF-SHU 101 Statistics for Business and Economics
        BUSF-SHU 250 Principles of Financial Accounting
        ECON-SHU?3 Microeconomics
        ECON-SHU 251 Economics of Global Business (Students can take Intro to Macro and Intermediate Macro to substitute EGB)
        MATH-SHU 121 Calculus
        Choose One Elective Course (Please note that the business minor elective list below is complete, no courses outside of the list will be approved.)
        BUSF-SHU 142 Information Technology in Business and Society
        BUSF-SHU 202 Foundations of Finance
        BUSF-SHU 210 Business Analytics
        BUSF-SHU 303 Corporate Finance
        BUSF-SHU 351 Competitive Advantage from Operations
        MGMT-SHU 301 Management and Organizations
        MKTG-SHU 1 Introduction to Marketing
        Economics majors must complete two of the additional courses listed below to complete the minor within the double counting limits.
        BUSF-SHU 142 Information Technology in Business and Society
        BUSF-SHU 202 Foundations of Finance
        BUSF-SHU 210 Business Analytics
        BUSF-SHU 351 Competitive Advantage from Operations
        MGMT-SHU 301 Management and Organizations
        MKTG-SHU 1 Introduction to Marketing
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