Public Policy & Management Minor
In an age of increasing public-private cooperation, with the traditional lines between government, business, and the nonprofit sectors blurred, NYU Wagner and the NYU Stern School of Business offer a collaborative undergraduate minor in Public Policy and Management.
Recognizing that many students will move fluidly between public and private realms in their professional work, this joint minor is designed to offer broad exposure to and preparation in both. Students electing this minor may choose from a carefully selected range of Wagner and Stern policy, management, and business courses. Among the first collaboration of its kind among US universities, this genuinely interdisciplinary program showcases both the business/management acumen and public service passion of these leading NYU professional schools.
A minimum of four courses are required. Students must take at least 6 credits at each school.
Note to Stern students: Stern students cannot double count required core or major courses toward this minor.
Students must complete a minimum of four courses for the minor within these guidelines:
Choose one of the following:
UPADM-GP 101, The Politics of Public Policy (4 credits)
UPADM-GP 103, Introduction to Managing Public Service Organizations (4 credits)
MGMT-UB 1 (or MGMT-UB 9001), Management & Organizational Analysis (4 credits)
Choose at least one of the following:
ACCT-UB 1 (or ACCT-UB 9001), Principles of Financial Accounting (4 credits)
BSPA-UB 43 Economic Inequality: Perspectives & Practices (3 credits)
ECON-UB 225, Business and the Environment (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 1 (or MGMT-UB 9001), Management and Organizational Analysis (4 credits) [if not taken as Foundation course]
MGMT-UB 7, Managing People & Teams (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 18, Strategic Analysis (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 21, Managerial Skills (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 25, Managing Change (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 30, Negotiation & Consensus Building (3 credits)
MGMT-UB 66, Power and Politics (3 credits)
MKTG-UB 1 (or MKTG-UB 9001), Introduction to Marketing (4 credits)
MULT-UB 42 Economic Inequality (2 credits)
MULT-UB 68 Sustainability for Competitive Advantage (3 credits)
MULT-UB 103, Experiential Learning Seminar: Social Impact Consulting (2 credits)
MULT-UB 105, Experiential Learning Seminar: Emerging Technologies in the Energy Industry (3 credits)
SOIM-UB 2000, Stern International Volunteers Seminar [open only to Stern students, application only]