Fall 2021 Preferential Courses Offered by the Stern Graduate School of Business

Stern Course ID Law Course ID Course Title Faculty Stern Credit Alloc. Law Credit Alloc.
MKTG-GB.2323 LAW-LW.12793.001 Marketing and Sustainability Bryan Bollinger 3 2.75


LAW-LW.12390.001 The Business of Health and Medical Care Stephen Andrzejewski 1.5 1.25
ECON-GB.2346 LAW-LW.12474.001 Growth in the Developing World and the Global Economy Course Peter Henry 3 2.75
MGMT-GB.2370 LAW-LW.12476.001 Strategic Design R. Kabaliswaran 3 2.75
Negotiating Complex Transactions with Executives and Lawyers Freeman, S. 1.5 1.25







**To view course descriptions and pre- and co-requisites for all classes, see Course Descriptions & Requisites on Stern's web site.

**To view meeting times for all classes, see Course Schedule on Stern's website.

**To view classroom assignments for all classes, see Room Assignments on Stern's website.

**To view exact exam dates for all classes, see Final Exam Schedule on Stern's web site.

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.

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