Social Media RSS Feed en MSc in Finance <p><strong>Finance</strong></p> <p>The Master of Science (MSc) in Finance equips students with a solid understanding of financial theory and research methodology. Graduates are prepared to build successful careers in research or analysis in the financial sector or in government. The program also serves as excellent preparation for those wishing to pursue their studies at the doctoral level. Successful applicants to the MSc in Finance program have strong quantitative and analytical abilities and a solid understanding of economic theory and research methodology. Ultimately, they apply these skills and knowledge while conducting original research in the form of a master’s thesis, working under the direct supervision of a faculty member.</p> <p>Candidates interested in the MSc Finance program must have completed an undergraduate degree with excellent grades and a focus on finance and economics. In a small number of cases, applicants with a limited background in finance and economics, but who have a specialization in a quantitative discipline such as mathematics, statistics, computer science, or engineering, or a comparable research concentration in one of the social sciences, may be considered. </p> <p>Program structure: Year 1</p> <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>1 core course</p> </td> <td>Preliminary thesis work</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>Program structure: Year 2 Program: MSc</p> <p>This seminar deals with the market for financial assets, market efficiency and the valuation of financial assets. The seminar begins with a discussion of various financial assets and their institutional trading arrangements, and then continues with a theoretical development of market efficiency and testing methodologies. Various market anomalies will be identified as the empirical evidence on whether or not various types of information are fully reflected. The seminar concludes with the theory and empirical evidence on various asset-pricing paradigms. These include the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and the Arbitrage Pricing Model (APM) for equities, the Option pricing Model (OPM) for derivative securities, and the single factor duration model for fixed-income securities.</p> <p>Program: MSc</p> <p>This seminar is the first of three seminars that together provide an in depth understanding of the modern practice of personnel and human resource management. This seminar will provide the analytical and conceptual tools needed to effectively staff organizations with qualified employees. The main areas of coverage include: strategic human resource planning, task and job analysis, and the recruitment, selection and placement of qualified applicants. In addressing these topics, attention will focus on techniques for developing valid and reliable predictors of employee effectiveness which address both the strategic needs of the organization and the legal and employment equity requirements of contemporary Quebec and Canadian organizations.</p> <p>Program: MSc</p> <p>Provides knowledge of human motivation and compensation systems as they affect organizational processes and behavior. Emphasis will be on major theories of human motivation and on the relation between motivational processes and personal and organizational outcomes. The effects of evaluation, compensation and reward systems on motivation will also be discussed.</p> <p>Program: MSc</p> <p>This seminar will present a thorough and critical examination of the major theories and concepts in organizational behavior. Students will be introduced to empirical studies that model, operationalize and test key theories and concepts. The seminar will focus on organizational behavior topics at the individual and work group level of analysis. Major topic areas include perception, personality, attitudes, motivation, leadership, group dynamics and job design, and their impact on individual and organizational outcomes.</p> <p>Program: MSc</p> <p>This course is a research-oriented seminar, in which we will explore a number of different theoretical perspectives on organizations and organizational environments. The primary aim of the seminar is to introduce students to an understanding of how organizational scholars have conceptualized and studied organizations as social systems and how these social systems interact with and are embedded in the context of an external environment. Particular attention is given to how organizations can be understood, both internally and in relation to the environment, as social structures composed of relationships, interdependencies, and social-cultural institutions. At the end of the seminar, students would have acquired a sophisticated understanding of the social and social cognitive context through which behaviour by people in organizations is both facilitated and constrained.</p> <p>Program: MSc</p> <p>This seminar is about facilitating, implementing, and managing change in organizations. Student will acquire an understanding of change processes, considerable knowledge and some skills in organizational development (OD).</p> <p>Other seminar Program: MSc</p> <p>The course objectives are to provide students with an understanding of the field of strategic management and the strategic management research. To accomplish these goals, the course will cover the fundamental concepts of strategic management, and will examine relevant academic literature. Rather than utilizing traditional case studies, students will form groups and will develop their own strategic case study of an organization.</p> <ul> <li>June 22</li> <li>June 23</li> <li>July 11</li> <li>July 13</li> </ul> <p>1450 Guy St.Montreal, Quebec, Canada</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:27 1389501 1389501 International Relations BA <p>The International Relations major offers courses to open doors around the world. Learn why nations go to war or make treaties and why nations disintegrate into civil war or several states. Investigate international economic links that affect life on a daily basis. Study different political systems. A career in international relations can expand opportunities to travel to places like Paris, Tokyo, Beijing, Venice, Sâo Paulo, Nairobi, or London and experience other cultures.</p> <p>Model U.N. team competes in Moscow</p> <p>The Model U.N. Team participated in the Moscow International Model United Nations Conference in April 2012, debating with students from all across Europe and the former Soviet Union. The intercollegiate competition simulates the United Nations, allowing students to develop skills in negotiation and conflict resolution involving international issues.</p> <p>Foreign service officer travels the globe</p> <p>MTSU graduate Aaron Carlton, stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Uganda, drafted the State Department's annual reports on human rights, human trafficking, child labor, and religious freedom. He also worked at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York City, helping negotiate resolutions with other countries, before being assigned to Venezuela.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:26 378042 378042 Bachelor's In Business (Management Of Human Resources) <p>Human resources management gets more complex all the time. But there's a simple way to get ahead in the HR profession: Earn a competency-based Bachelor of Science in Business (Management of Human Resources) from Excelsior College. Built around current trends in human resources, this competency-based education (CBE) program at Excelsior allows you to earn your BS in Business through a personalized program of study that combines course-based learning, independent study, and earned external credits.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:26 1099880 1099880 Business BA <p>Lakehead University’s Faculty of Business Administration has one of the finest undergraduate business programs in Canada, producing exceptional business leadersthrough innovative programming that includes mentorship, consulting opportunities, and participation in national and international business competitions.</p> <p>All students gain a comprehensive understanding of core business disciplines early in the program before digging deeper into fields of study that offer a range of advanced courses.</p> <p>Our Faculty of Business Administration’s Thunder Bay campus has joined the ranks of elite business schools by earning our Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) certification. Fewer than 5% of business programs worldwide have been accredited with the AACSB certification. This globally-recognized hallmark of excellence guarantees you will experience a challenging and relevant curriculum delivered by the most highly-qualified faculty.  </p> <p>We are also accredited by the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Ontario, with all Accounting majors meeting the requirements of the CPA Prerequisite Education Program (PREP) upon graduation.</p> <p>Human Resources Management majors graduate with the required courses for use toward one of the Certified Human Resources designations (CHRP, CHRL, CHRE) as approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA).</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:25 1333356 1333356 Political Science <p>If you love politics and all things political, you can complete an A.A. degree with Emphasis in Political Science and transfer as a junior to a four-year college or university. Political science majors develop strong debating skills and an even stronger aptitude for civic engagement. Politics determines the state of our schools, food, infrastructure, environment, natural resources, criminal justice system and security. Political scientists excel at understanding the policies and decision-making that can exercise significant influence our daily lives. The field of political science is typically divided into six distinct sub-disciplines: Political theory Comparative politics Public administration International relations Public law Political methodology The political science curriculum at Inver Hills delivers courses that analyze political issues from global and national perspectives. You can also explore the nature of politics in Minnesota, constitutional law and environmental policies. Specialized courses are occasionally offered that investigate a current topic. You can complete an internship at an NGO or government organization, including the Minnesota state legislature.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:25 679632 679632 BAS Organizational Management - Human Resource <p>The BAS Organizational Management Human Resource program is designed to prepare students for roles as human resource specialists, compensation and benefits administrators, trainers and succession planners, as well as corporate recruiters. Students can also expect to complete coursework and projects in alignment with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) certifications: SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). These certifications may require additional assessments by an outside agency and confirmation of an active, current role in the human resources field.</p> <p>The admissions process follows the general bachelor's degree enrollment steps. Students are accepted into the program for the Spring, Summer and Fall terms which start in January, May and August each year.</p> <p>The degree is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the workforce in entry to midlevel human resource positions. Graduates will be able to demonstrate mastery of HR functions such as selection and placement, training and development, and management of human resources that aligns with the strategic objectives of their organizations. Students will complete coursework relating to current topics in employment and labor relations, employment law, and organizational development and change.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:24 1230443 1230443 Master of Science in Accountancy <p>The top companies want the top people. That’s why Walsh graduates are in such high demand. Ranked eighth in the nation, the Walsh Master of Science in Accountancy goes beyond the numbers.  This program is designed to teach mastery of accounting concepts and financial analysis, while sharpening your analytical thinking and communication skills.</p> <p>Walsh offers two degree paths for students pursuing a Master of Science in Accountancy:</p> <p>The MAC is designed for students with a business (non-accounting), technical, or liberal arts background who wish to enter the accounting field.</p> <p>The MAC for Accounting Graduates is designed for students with an accounting undergraduate degree who wish to advance their accounting careers.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:24 793120 793120 Project Management Essentials Certificate <p>This certificate is for students who want to combine business and management with technology. Students will learn management principles, project management software tools, concepts and process and communication skills that can be applied in business situations. Course can be applied to the Business Computer Systems and Management A.A. S. or A.S. degrees. The courses from this program are delivered in the classroom and/or online. This certificate qualifies for the Workforce Investment Act. - See more at:</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:24 547329 547329 Government and European Union Studies BA Honours <p>You also spend a year abroad studying at one of our partner universities in Europe or on a work placement. You can choose the following languages from beginners' or more advanced levels: French German Portuguese Spanish You'll learn about the politics of the UK and the EU, research methods and political theory. In your final year, you'll complete a dissertation, research project or community-based research module. This will demonstrate the research skills that you have developed during the degree.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:24 958108 958108 Masters in Business Administration <p>The School of Business, Public Policy and Social Entrepreneurship (SBPPSE) was established at Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) in 2012 to promote research and provide professional education and training in the field of Management, Public Policy and Social Entrepreneurship. The School currently offers a 2-year (full time) MBA programme. The School has signed collaborative agreements with the San Francisco State University (USA), the Northampton University (UK) & the Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (UBB), Romania for student and faculty exchanges.</p> Fri, 09/20/2019 - 23:24 2334 2334