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Specialize in Computational Finance with MSCF from Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

After detail coverage of specialization in finance as a specialization for MBA Students, B-School.com team decided to throw a light on advanced and more practical branch of finance that deals with problems of practical interest in finance. Popularly known as Computational Finance, this branch of study is generally related to specialization of data and algorithms which are used in […]

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MBA in Finance: Things You Should Know About

What comes into your mind when the word “finance” strays into an informal conversation? I bet you know what it means but can’t precisely define it in the most accurate and understandable way. Very much like a “flower.” We know what it is but are generally stumped for words when asked to precisely describe it. […]

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MBA Courses: Five Most Popular among U.S. Students

When I took my post graduate studies, because almost all my peers did, I had the MMM (Masters in Manufacturing Management), a close cousin of the MBA (Masters in Business Administration). Any of the two is good enough for a graduate to make it to an organization’s succession planning program In our own little world, […]

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Top B Schools under GMAT and Their Specializations

For anyone aspiring to get into a business school, the first hurdle is the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Forget about the other hurdles downstream if the GMAT is not successfully scaled. But how high must you jump to clear it? How high can a GMAT get? There is no specific number but a “ballpark […]

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