Throughout the second year of the Wisconsin MBA Program in corporate finance and investment banking, every student has an opportunity to consult on actual projects for companies that will use the resulting information to make real-world decisions. You will work on a team of MBA and undergraduate finance students to provide recommendations to a company on an in-depth project involving a wide range of finance and investment topics such as capital management, valuation, expenditure decisions, acquisition, and strategic alliances. Students apply technical and theoretical financial tools and concepts to develop actionable recommendations for blue-chip businesses such as Johnson Controls. Student teams present their recommendations to high-level executives, who may choose to implement student plans in their business. By the end of your consulting experience, you will gain an in-depth understanding of modern financial strategies, analytical thinking, and team leadership that will benefit you in all aspects of your future educational and professional career.