GARP Interview: Prof. Chinmoy Ghosh of UConn Launches New Risk Management Master’s Program, Set to Commence this Fall
CT Indian Life, Vol. 4, No. 1
The UConn MSFRM program will place more emphasis on practical applications, and operational and behavioral issues in risk management. Through collaboration with the financial services industry in the State of Connecticut, the program will provide a forum for interaction of academics and practitioners to focus on the practice of creating economic value by managing exposure to risk.
With the public skittish about the the nation’s financial markets, the University of Connecticut believes the time couldn’t be better to introduce its new master’s degree program in financial risk management. The UConn School of Business this fall will start offering the 16-month program at the Stamford branch through a series of night and weekend classes. The UConn-Stamford campus hosted a reception to unveil the program Wednesday evening. READ MORE
The Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP, www.garp.org) announced that, working through its Partnership for Risk Education, it has formed a successful collaboration with the University of Connecticut’s Business School (UConn) for the development of a new Master of Science in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM) that will focus on a real world approach to risk management theory.