Program Requirement Checksheet

MPA-PNP: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC FINANCE

I. SCHOOLWIDE CORE COURSES [15 CREDITS]

Students must complete or waive all schoolwide core courses

 

 

II. SPECIALIZATION REQUIREMENTS [16.5 total credits]

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
PADM-GP.2140 Public Economics CORE-GP.1011, CORE-GP.1018; CORE-GP.1021 concurrently Fall, Spring 3
PADM-GP.2902 Multiple Regression and Introduction to Econometrics CORE-GP.1011 Fall, Spring, Summer 3
PADM-GP.4130 Fundamentals of Accounting CORE-GP.1021 Fall, January, Spring, Summer 1.5

 

 

Students are also required to complete 9 credits from the following:

Public Finance

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
PADM-GP.2138 Macroeconomics, Global Markets, and Policy CORE-GP.1018 and CORE-GP.1021 Spring 3
PADM-GP.2139 Behavioral Economics and Public Policy Design CORE-GP.1011 and CORE-GP.1018 Fall 3
PADM-GP.2147 Corporate Finance and Public Policy CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Fall 3
PADM-GP.2148 Introduction to Structured Finance: Strategies for Municipal, Health and Corporate Finance CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.2203 Economics of International Development CORE-GP.1011 and CORE-GP.1018 Fall, Spring 3
PADM-GP.2245 Financing Local Government in Developing Countries CORE-GP.1018, PADM-GP.2201 Fall 3
PADM-GP.2441 The Economics of Education: Policy and Finance CORE-GP.1011 and CORE-GP.1018 Fall 3
URPL-GP.2608 Urban Economics CORE-GP.1018; Pre-or co-requisite: CORE-GP.1011 Spring 3
HPAM-GP.4830 Health Economics: Principles CORE-GP.1011, CORE-GP.1018 Fall, Spring 1.5
HPAM-GP.4831 Health Economics: Topics in Domestic Health Policy CORE-GP.1011, CORE-GP.1018, HPAM-GP.4830 Spring 1.5

 

 

Social Finance Courses

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
PADM-GP.2148 Introduction to Structured Finance: Strategies for Municipal, Health and Corporate Finance CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.2311 Social Impact Investment CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Fall, Spring 3
PADM-GP.2312 Managing Financial and Social Returns of the Social Enterprise CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.4313 The Intersection of Finance and Social Justice CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.2147 recommended Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4314 Environmental Finance and Social Impact CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.2311 recommended Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4315 Advanced Financial and Impact Modeling for Nonprofit and Social Enterprises CORE-GP.1021 or EXEC-GP.2141; co-requisite of PADM-GP.4130; and one of the following: PADM-GP.2312, PADM-GP.2142, or PADM-GP.2311. PADM-GP.2147 is recommended. Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4316 NYU Impact Investment Fund I CORE-GP.1021 and PADM-GP.2311; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently; PADM-GP.2147 concurrently preferred. Students must be in or entering their Capstone year. Fall 1.5
PADM-GP.4317 NYU Impact Investment Fund II CORE-GP.1021 and PADM-GP.4316; PADM-GP.2311 and PADM-GP.4130 concurrently; PADM-GP.2147 concurrently preferred. Students must be in their Capstone year. Spring 1.5

 

 

Financial Management (Nonprofit/Health)

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
PADM-GP.2142 Financial Management for Global Nonprofit Organizations CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.2148 Introduction to Structured Finance: Strategies for Municipal, Health and Corporate Finance CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.4139 Investment Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently January 1.5
PADM-GP.4314 Environmental Finance and Social Impact CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.2311 recommended Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4315 Advanced Financial and Impact Modeling for Nonprofit and Social Enterprises CORE-GP.1021 or EXEC-GP.2141; co-requisite of PADM-GP.4130; and one of the following: PADM-GP.2312, PADM-GP.2142, or PADM-GP.2311. PADM-GP.2147 is recommended. Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4503 Introduction to Data Analytics for Public Policy, Administration, and Management CORE-GP.1011 Fall, Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4504 Introduction to Database Design, Management, and Security CORE-GP.1011 Spring 1.5
HPAM-GP.4837 Organizing for Success in a Value-Based Payment World HPAM-GP.1830 or HPAM-GP.2836 Spring 1.5
HPAM-GP.4838 The Making of a Healthcare Entrepreneur HPAM-GP.1830 or HPAM-GP.2836, or permission from instructor. Spring 1.5
HPAM-GP.4840 Financial Management for Health Care Orgs - I: Financial Management and Budgeting CORE-GP.1018 and CORE-GP.1021 Fall 1.5
HPAM-GP.4841 Financial Management for Health Care Orgs - II: Capital Financing and Advanced Issues CORE-GP.1018, CORE-GP.1021, and HPAM-GP.4840 Fall 1.5

 

 

Financial Management (Government)

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
PADM-GP.2143 Government Budgeting CORE-GP.1011, CORE-GP.1018, and CORE-GP.1021 Spring 3
PADM-GP.2144 Debt Financing and Management for Public Organizations CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Fall 3
PADM-GP.2146 Topics in Municipal Finance CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.2148 Introduction to Structured Finance: Strategies for Municipal, Health and Corporate Finance CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently Spring 3
PADM-GP.2149 Cost-Benefit Analysis CORE-GP.1018, CORE-GP.1021 Fall 3
URPL-GP.2639 Real Estate Finance CORE-GP.1018, CORE-GP.1021 Fall 3
URPL-GP.2652 International Development Project Planning CORE-GP.1018, CORE-GP.1021; NONCR-GP.933 recommended Fall 3
PADM-GP.4139 Investment Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations CORE-GP.1021; PADM-GP.4130 concurrently January 1.5
PADM-GP.4315 Advanced Financial and Impact Modeling for Nonprofit and Social Enterprises CORE-GP.1021 or EXEC-GP.2141; co-requisite of PADM-GP.4130; and one of the following: PADM-GP.2312, PADM-GP.2142, or PADM-GP.2311. PADM-GP.2147 is recommended. Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4443 Financing Urban Government None Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4503 Introduction to Data Analytics for Public Policy, Administration, and Management CORE-GP.1011 Fall, Spring 1.5
PADM-GP.4504 Introduction to Database Design, Management, and Security CORE-GP.1011 Spring 1.5

 

 

III. CAPSTONE [3 credits]

To be eligible for Capstone, all students must have: earned at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, declared a specialization, fulfilled the Professional Experience Requirement, and completed the course prerequisite listed for their choice of Capstone (see below).

Students must complete ONE of the two following pairs [3 credits]:

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites credits
  CAP-GP 3401 (Fall)
AND
CAP-GP 3402 (Spring)
Capstone: Advanced Projects in Policy, Management, Finance, and Advocacy I & II All 5 schoolwide core courses; PADM-GP 2140; and PADM-GP 2902; Co-requisite: PADM-GP 4130 taken no later than the fall 1.5 credits (Fall)
AND
1.5 credits (Spring)
  CAP-GP 3148 (Fall)
AND
CAP-GP 3149 (Spring)
Capstone: Advanced Research Projects in Quantitative Analysis I & II All 5 schoolwide core courses; and PADM-GP 2902; Co-requisites (taken no later than the fall of Capstone): PADM-GP 2171 and one of the following economics courses: PADM-GP 2140, HPAM-GP 4830, URPL-GP 2608, PADM-GP 2203, or PADM-GP 2441 1.5 credits (Fall)
AND
1.5 credits (Spring)

 

 

IV. ELECTIVES [10.5 credits]

Course Number  Course Name         Prerequisites          Typically offered credits
           
           
           
           

 

 

TOTAL CREDITS IN DEGREE: 45

Last Updated: November 2018