Graduate Studies: Economics

Engineering students may perform in Dartmouth College Master

The UM signed an agreement with Dartmouth College, university which integrates Ivy League along with Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Brown, Princeton and Pennsylvania. Engineering Students can pursue the Master of Engineering Management (MEM).

The agreement allows the Fium students begin graduate studies at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and then the 9th semester of study at UM. Candidates can apply for the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) offered by this prestigious university at the end of the 8th semester of his career at UM.

If you are admitted will be moved to the campus of Hanover, New Hampshire, in August her 5th year at UM, to begin the MEM. In the middle of next year, after approval of the Final Project, the UM will be awarded the title of Engineer. In December of that same year received the title of Master.

The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is a professional Master program aims participants to understand and properly manage both the engineering aspects and the business of technology. The faculty is composed of professors from the Thayer School of Engineering and the Tuck School of Business.

This agreement opens a unique opportunity because it allows further qualifications combine with very specific applications in management engineering. UM Students who want to apply need to have good grades and a good ability to work and personal organization. That answers that competitiveness in the labor market is getting stronger and candidates must get better prepared. This attractive offer is in addition to academic and professional opportunities we seek for our students.

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2007-08-15 13:15:06 by ---

Economics is a nice solid degree

I've posted about the benefits before on this forum. You can take it in so many directions from finance to analyst positions at consulting firms. You could even take it into the sports realted fields because students who study economics are ususally pretty good at data analysis. Also after a year or two after working in the corporate world (with a good firm) you can apply for MBA, Law, Policy or other graduate programs. Economics is not just about teaching. I know some that have taken their Economics background into Bio Statistics and Environmental studies.
What you really need to do is actually find out what kind of jobs exist in the world

2002-10-30 17:25:41 by MillsFan

Mills College MBA Program Open House tonight

The faculty, alumnae, and students of the Mills College MBA Program invite you to join us for refreshments and information from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. this evening (Wed., Oct. 30) at the MBA wing of the Old Children's School Building, on our enclosed, park-like campus in Oakland.
The MBA program offers options for mid-career professionals, for recent graduates, and for those re-entering the workforce after a career interruption. Applicants with significant college coursework in business and economics can complete the program in as little as one year. Mills' low student-faculty ratio means small classes and individualized instruction by our distinguished faculty, composed of MBAs and PhDs from U

2008-01-21 13:09:59 by gypsy_teacher

This IS taught in school!

1. First, in math class.
2. Second, in social studies (it's part of the CA standards in one of the grades, I think)
3. Third, in Economics (required of all CA seniors to graduate).
After that - if the kids don't learn it, who's responsible?
1. Their parents, for not making them study.
2. Their parents, for being bad role models.
3. The kids, for not studying it.
4. The kids, for hoping that becoming a rap- or reality-television-star will solve all their money woes. Really. This is what they think will happen to them

2002-06-06 21:32:56 by IGo2Cal


So that after 4 years, you don't decide that you hate your major and you don't want to work in that field.
majors that i think are NOT practical (at least in my opinion) are ones that are so focused that you aren't left with many options when you graduate (i.e. Celtic Studies, Latin, History, Dance, Geography, etc...) - unless you're absolutely sure you want to work in that field that is.
i think majors like business, communications, biology, economics, etc. are probably solid choices.
you don't have to really select your major until junior year, so don't stress out too much

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