MBA News Of The Week – 21 September 2019
Duke launches new Master of Engineering in Financial Technology
“FinTech” is everywhere from your smartphone to your smart watch to your smart wallet. Now, Duke will teach you the in-demand computing and programming skills along with industry-specific business fundamentals. You will learn the range of technologies and how to deploy them to address the evolving financial transaction landscape.
During the program, you will do courses in programming and software engineering, financial institution products and services, business fundamentals, risk and asset management, and management of high-tech companies, in addition to internship and capstone project components.
The program is accepting applications for fall 2020.
John Hopkins Carey Business School redesigns MBA program
The program has increased experiential learning opportunities and also the emphasis on analytical and leadership skills to prepare students for the ever-changing business world. New features of the program:
- Big Data Consulting Project
You partner with leading companies to gain practical experience in analyzing data and applying the patterns to solve business problems.
- Innovation Field Project
You will work onsite directly with partner companies across different industries and sectors.
Stanford GSB records highest percentage of female students ever
The percentage of female students in the Stanford GSB class jumped by 6% over the last year – increasing from 41% to 47%. Also, the percentage of international students increased at the school by 1% over the last year.
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