Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business -
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Film and Television
The 2019 Dual Degree Application is now available. Apply here.
The Stern-Tisch BS/BFA is designed for students with a passion for film and television, and an interest in the business aspects of these industries. The dual degree takes approximately five years (10 semesters) to complete and ensures graduates are uniquely prepared to pursue entrepreneurial creative endeavors or embark on careers in the film and television industry. Learn more.
The Stern-Tisch BS/BFA is open to freshmen and sophomores currently enrolled in either the BS in Business program at Stern or the Kanbar Department of Undergraduate Film and Television at Tisch. Interested students will apply in mid-February for entrance as a dual degree transfer in the following fall. Apply here. Stern applicants must also submit a creative portfolio. Please note that only a handful of students will be admitted every year to this program.
If you are interested in learning more about the BS/BFA curriculum please come to an info session (see listings below) or contact Stern professor Paul Hardart or Film & TV professor Joe Pichirallo.
For admissions and portfolio application information, please contact email@example.com.
Film & TV Students interested in Applying
The Dual Degree program requires standardized test scores OR quantitative coursework completed here at NYU. Some of you may not have submitted these when you applied to NYU. Please read the details below to learn how to proceed.
If you would like us to consider your quantitative coursework, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which courses you have taken at NYU that you would like us to consider.
If you would like to submit standardized test scores, you must submit at least ONE of the following:
- SAT; or
- ACT; or
- International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma; or
- SAT Subject Test score in either Math Level 1 or Math Level 2; or
- AP Calculus AB or Calculus BC*; or
- IB higher-level mathematics or further mathematics.
*If you took AP Statistics you should still submit your score if you have a 4 or 5 for advanced standing consideration.
Once you have decided which scores you would like to submit, you can find instructions for how to submit scores here. We encourage you to send NYU your official standardized test scores at least two weeks before the application is due, so they will arrive in time for your application to be considered.
If you can’t recall whether or not you submitted official test scores when you applied to NYU, please email us and we can check for you.
If you have any additional questions, please email us directly at email@example.com.