Is a Fordham graduate business degree for you?
Areas of Study , Finance Global | Jan 13, 2012 | Nicole Gesualdo
Graduate school in business is not just about an M.B.A. anymore. In fact, one of the largest-growing areas of higher business education is specialized master’s degree programs — an area in which Fordham’s Graduate School of Business Administration is becoming a national leader.
Gabelli students and alumni who want to distinguish themselves with an additional degree after graduation are encouraged to explore GBA’s varied master’s program offerings. Applications are being accepted now for fall 2012! Follow the links in this list below to learn more about each option:
Master of Science in Global Finance: This one-year program equips students to understand the challenges facing global companies that operate within a complex, interconnected financial marketplace. Small classes ensure an interactive, personalized educational experience with Fordham’s world-renowned finance faculty.
Master of Science in Investor Relations: A 16-month track that combines the resources of GBA and Fordham Law School to educate students in investor relations, a field whose in-demand professionals need a variety of skills, including a knowledge of tactical context and an ability to adapt to the volatile information environment surrounding capital markets.
Master of Science in Quantitative Finance: A full-time program developed with the help of financial institutions to produce graduates for much-needed positions at major investment banks, commercial banks, money managers, hedge funds and other companies that demand professionals with very strong quantitative skills and a deep knowledge of finance.
Three-Continent Master of Science in Global Management: In 12 months, participants study on three continents — four months in Belgium, four months in India and four months in New York — for a degree that offers unparalleled preparation for future executives in today’s global economy.