The intimate size of the MSF program offers lots of flexibility, both in terms of scheduling and academic interest. While the program can be completed in as little as nine months, roughly half of our students study part-time while maintaining an existing career. Program directors work closely with students to tailor a curriculum that fits both their interests and their schedule.
Recently, MSF student Zilu Chen attended the Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) V Forum in New York City.
The forum provided an international group of college students and faculty with a unique opportunity to interact with industry leaders and learn best practices in investment management.
Throughout the 3-day conference, attendees discussed the global economy, global markets, alternative assets versus equities and corporate governance — including input from the Federal...continue reading...
What influences a female executive’s hiring decision? Yes, it’s talent, experience, drive and motivation of a candidate. But three out of four female executives say that candidates who play a sport are looked at more favorably in the hiring process.
Ernst and Young’s Women Athletes Business Network and EspnW did an online survey of 400 female managers, half of whom were C-level executives (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, etc.,) and found that many of them had athletic accolades themselves. A total of...continue reading...
David L. Anderson is Professional in Residence in the Master of Finance program. He has spent 24 years in investment banking during which he did transactions in over 25 countries. In the course of his career he has had extensive experience leading complex international transactions, often of a highly sensitive political nature including dealings in Southern America, Asia, and Europe.
Kent H. Cannon recently joined after 30 years in the insurance and financial services industry. Kent will serve as a professional in residence to enhance the student’s classroom experience with project based consulting experiences in the professional community.