Winter Quarter on Media, Business, and Finance
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Founded as a Dutch outpost for the purpose of making money, New York City has embraced commerce from its origins. The Winter quarter classes and internships explore the ways New York does business, from the high finance world of Wall Street to the stories it tells through its vast and rapidly changing media landscape.
In addition to the required New York City Seminar, students choose two additional courses from the following electives. Classes meet during the day on Wednesdays and other weekday evenings. Class offerings may vary from year to year.
The New York City Seminar
Rosina MillerThe New York City Seminar
Business Innovation and Technology for Social Change
Karen BhatiaBusiness Innovation and Technology for Social Change
Finance in New York
Ben AllansonFinance in New York
Imaging Change: Global Arts and Social Change
Danielle JacksonImaging Change
Mark OldmanIngenious Entrepreneurship
Trust and Media
Jeff HancockTrust and Media