Students in the Corporate Finance and Investment Banking MBA Program at the Wisconsin School of Business have a broad range of career interests. Their goals are varied and include:
The diversity of our students attracts a wide range of employers that includes Fortune 500 companies, investment banks, consulting firms, and asset managers, as well as small and medium-sized businesses.
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“We have a long track record of hiring successful business leaders from the Corporate Finance and Investment Banking MBA Program. The students are not only academically prepared, but their hands-on style of learning through-real world business projects makes them especially well suited for a company of the size and complexity of Johnson Controls. Corporate Finance and Investment Banking graduates have strong analytical skills and have been trained to work well on teams. Their strategic as well as their leadership skills have been honed through the practical experience of being accountable for providing recommendations and solutions for real-world problems.”
Chief Financial Officer and VP Information Technology, Johnson Controls Power Solutions
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