Typical Course Schedule

This schedule lists specific courses you are required to complete during your 4 years at the School of Engineering. See Footnotes 14 and 15

Freshman Year

Fall Semester: 16 Credits

Spring Semester: 14 Credits

Sophomore Year

See Footnote 11

Fall Semester: 16 Credits

Spring Semester: 16 Credits

Junior Year

See Footnote 11

Fall Semester: 18 Credits

Spring Semester: 16 Credits

Senior Year

See Footnote 11

Fall Semester: 16 Credits

Spring Semester: 15 Credits

 

Total credits required for graduation: 127 or 128

Footnotes

1a) MA-UY 1054: Students who are placed through the Mathematics Placement Exam or by a Mathematics Advisor, into MA-UY 914 Pre-Calculus or MA-UY 954 Pre-Calculus, must successfully complete the course before progressing to MA-UY 1054 Calculus I with Pre-Calculus. A more advanced Calculus I course may be substituted only with written permission by a Mathematics Advisor.

1b) MA-UY 1154: MA-UY 1052 Calculus II with Pre-Calculus is no longer offered and is replaced with MA-UY 1154 Calculus II with Pre-Calculus. A more advanced Calculus II may be substituted only with written permission by a Mathematics Advisor.

2) EXPOS-UA 1, EXPOS-UA 2: Follow latest NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering & Expository Writing and TCS (HuSS) requirements as stated per the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering bulletin.

3) Approved science electives are CM-UY 1004 or CM-UY 1014, BMS-UY 1004 and PH-UY 1013 or PH-UY 1213 . EG-UY 1001 and EG-UY 1003 are NOT an approved as science electives for BTM. Any science course replacement requires approval by the BSBTM Program Director.

4) PL-UY 2144 Ethics and Technology is mandatory for all BTM majors and counts toward HuSS credits.

5) Restricted Electives are courses in math, science, Humanities and Social Sciences (HuSS) ONLY. Computer Science courses may not be counted as Restricted Electives. Restricted elective HuSS courses follow the new 4-credit approved Humanities and Social Sciences electives.

6) MG-UY 4204, MG-UY 4404: Students with a 3.6 GPA or better in major at the end of junior year may substitute MG-UY 4514 Honors Capstone Project in Technology, Innovation and/or Information Management and Entrepreneurship I (4 credits) or the Bachelor’s Thesis in Management (4 credits and with permission by the Dept. Chair) for MG-UY 4404 Entrepreneurship . They may also substitute MG-UY 4524 Honors Capstone Project in Technology, Innovation and/or Information Management Or Entrepreneurship II (4 credits) or MG-UY 4904 BS Thesis in Business and Technology Management (4 credits and with permission by the Dept. Chair) in Management for MG-UY 4204 Management Science . The Bachelor’s Thesis in Management may take longer than 1 semester to complete and students must follow all thesis guidelines.

7) Technical Electives can be chosen from computer science, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, physics, bio-molecular sciences, digital media, and undergraduate finance courses from the Department of Financial Rask and Engineering. Technical Electives do not count towards the General Education requirements.

8) The TCS STS Cluster BTM Manadatory Technology Subset can ONLY be fulfilled by any ONE of the following 4cr TCS Cluster 2 Science, Technology and Society (STS) courses listed below (as writing (W) or non writing courses):

Please note that the above TCS electives may also be used as normal (BTM) HuSS electives.

9 A Free Elective is defined as any three or four credits course within NYU.

10) MG-UY 3214, MG-UY 3304, MG-UY 4004, MG-UY 4214: Students must select and remain in a BSBTM Concentration by the end of the fall semester of the Junior year. Current BS BTM Concentrations: Technology Innovation and Strategy Concentration (Strat Concen) & Technology and Innovation in Finance Concentration (Fin Concen).

11) Students may participate in an internship experience through CP-UY 2011 and/or CP-UY 2021 or MG-UY 4603 , for a maximum of 3 total internship related credits which will only count as a Free Elective.

12) ECON-UA 2: EC-UY 2524 Managerial Microeconomics is replaced by ECON-UA 2 Economic Principles II (Microeconomics).

13) MA-UY 2054: With written permission from the NYU Polytechnic Dept. of Mathematics, MA-UY 2054 Applied Data Analysis may be substituted with MA-UY 2224 Data Analysis.

14) Grandfathering rules may apply.

15) This chart is for incoming Fall 2014 BTM Freshmen and onwards.

Note: THIS CHART IS ALSO USED FOR ADVISEMENT AND BS BTM DEGREE REQUIREMENT AUDIT CHECKLIST. ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO REVISION.