Records and Registration

Fall 2013 Courses Offered by the Stern School of Business

Stern
Course ID

Law
Course ID

Course Title

Faculty

Adjunct/
Full-time

Stern
Credit
Alloc.

Law
Credit
Alloc.

Day/Time

BSPA-GB.
2172.10
LAW-LW.
12307.001
Business Society and US-China Relations Jagadeesan Full-time 1.5 1.0  

***To determine meeting times for all classes,
click here.

 

***To determine classroom assignments for all classes, click here (available in August).

 

***To determine exact exam dates for all classes, click here (available in September).

 

***To view course descriptions for all classes, click here.

ECON-GB.
2330.10

LAW-LW.
12308.001

Economic and Business History of the United States Smith, G. Full-time 3.0 2.5
ECON-GB.
2333.00

LAW-LW.
11109.001

Monetary Policy, Banks, and Central Banks Ferrero, A. Adjunct 3.0

2.5

ECON-GB.
2343.10
LAW-LW.
12309.001
Financial Crisis and the Policy Response Schoenholtz, K. Full-time 3.0 2.5

FINC-GB.
2304.10

LAW-LW.
11072.001

Restructuring Firms and Industries*

Amihud, Y.

Full-time

3.0

2.5

FINC-GB.
3120.10
LAW-LW.
12215.001
Private Bank and Wealth Management Rappaport/
Zarahoff
Adjunct 1.5 1.0

FINC-GB.
3173.10

LAW-LW.
10359.001
Venture Capital Financing D'Souza, I. Adjunct 1.5 1.0
FINC-GB.
3196.10

LAW-LW.
11947.001

Mergers and Acquisitions

Amihud, Y.

Full-time

1.5

1.0

FINC-GB.
3198.10
LAW-LW.
11793.001
Bankruptcy and Reorganization Altman, E.  Full-time

1.5

1.0

FINC-GB.
3373.10
LAW-LW.
10600.001
New Venture Financing Ljunqvist, A. Full-time 3.0 2.5
FINC-GB.
3387.10
LAW-LW.
11015.001
Global Banking and Capital Markets

Smith, R./
Walter, I.

Full-time 3.0 2.5 

    *  In addition to meeting the listed prerequisites, only students with a strong finance background should register for this class.

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.

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. All Law students will earn the number of credits listed above as the Law allocation of credits towards the Law degree.

ADJUNCT FACULTY:  If the Stern faculty member teaching the course is an adjunct professor, the credits for the course will count towards the J.D. adjunct credit cap.

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