Records and Registration

Fall 2007 Courses Offered By Stern School of Business


Schedule


Course ID Lottery Call # Drop/ Add Call # Title Faculty Cr
L03.0002.001
20496

55254
Investment Banking
Froewiss, K.
3.0
L03.0005.001
20497
55255
Bankruptcy & Reorg
Altman, E.
1.5
L03.0005.002
20498
55256
Bankruptcy & Reorg
Altman, E.
1.5
L03.0007.001
20499
55257
Global Bank & Captl Markets
Smith, R.
3.0
L03.0012.001
20500
55258
Corporate Finance
3.0
L03.0012.002
20501
55259
Corporate Finance
Schmeits, A.
3.0
L03.0012.003
20502
55260
Corporate Finance
Schmeits, A.
3.0
L03.0032.001
20503 55261
Venture Capital Financing
Smith, R.
1.5
L03.0044.001 20505 55263 Entertainment & Media Mkts & Econ Greene, W. 1.5
L03.0006.001
20506 55264
Entrepreneurial Finance
Smith, R.
3.0
L03.0042.001
20507 55265
Negotiating Complex Transactions
Freeman 1.5
      Restructuring Firms & Industries Amihud, A. 3.0
NOTE:
* Evening and weekend courses begin and end later in the semester than law school courses.  Law school students who enroll in evening or weekend courses will not be allowed to drop the course.


Day/Time:
** To determine meeting days times for all classes see:
w4.stern.nyu.edu/clb/academic.cfm?doc_id=2570

** To determine classroom assignments for all classes see (available in August):
w4.stern.nyu.edu/registrar/courseinfo.cfm?doc_id=653

*** To determine exam dates for all classes see (available in October):
w4.stern.nyu.edu/registrar/courseinfo.cfm?doc_id=654

IMPORTANT CREDIT HOURS NOTE:
According to ABA rules, 700 minutes of class instruction (excluding breaks) is equal to one law school credit. The Law School awards credits based on the number of hours per week that a course is offered. Credits listed above are based on Stern meeting minutes and may not be the equivalent to the number of credits applicable to the law degree.


Course Descriptions

See first Stern link under "Day/Time" note above.

 

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