We hope you can join us for an Open House for the MBA and MSFRM programs at the UConn School of Business on Wednesday, November 14 at our Stamford campus. Click here to register online.
UConn's Open Houses for graduate programs are an ideal opportunity to learn first hand about our highly ranked graduate business program and meet with admissions representatives. It is extremely important that prospective students make informed choices regarding the selection of a graduate program, and attending an Open House is an invaluable way to gather the missing pieces.
UConn's MBA Program
Ranked among the best in the world, UConn's MBA Program offers a comprehensive state-of-the-art business education that empowers business leaders to anticipate and effectively manage the challenges within today's dynamic and complex world of business. The competitive edge that UConn's MBA Program offers is the integration of award-winning innovative experiential learning opportunities that radically challenge your intellect, enhance your skill set and prepare you for success in life as well as in the competitive world of business.
Academic rigor, convenience and flexibility are among the key characteristics that set UConn's part-time 57-credit MBA program apart from the competition.Classes are offered all year long and in three locations - Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury. Prior course work in business is not a prerequisite. While providing a thorough grounding in contemporary management, it blends and balances technical rigor, management theory, practical application, generalization and individualized areas of concentration. This program is offered in Hartford, CT; Stamford, CT and Waterbury, CT. Read More
UConn's MSFRM Program
The Master of Science in Financial Risk Management is designed for business professionals who want to enhance their careers by fully understanding how to identify and manage various types of financial risk. The 15-month program emphasizes both rigorous theoretical and quantitative analysis, as well as practical and hands on experience addressing real world risk management problems (i.e. credit, interest rate, currency and market risk in asset and wealth management, arbitrage strategies, restructuring and combinations, and alternative investments). Read More
November 14, 2012
5:00pm - 6:30pm
UConn Stamford Campus
One University Place
For more information or to RSVP,
please call 203.251.8440 or
click here to register online.
Real world. Real learning. Real impact.