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What do these concentrations lead to?

 
#1 What do these concentrations lead to?
10/02/2007 18:39

ethan

What specialization (I, II, III) would be the best option for a career in:

1. MC

2. PE

I. Decision and Risk:-

# Mathematical Methods for Systems Analysis I

# Introduction to Statistical Methods

# Probability and Statistical Models

# Statistical Inference

# Statistical Decision Theory

# Forecasting

# Decision Models

II. Finance:-

# Advanced Finance for High Tech Industry

# Advanced Engineering Systems Optimization and Economics

# Valuation & Fundamental Analysis

# Derivatives

# Fixed Income Securities and Risk Management

III. Asset Mang:-

# Intellectual Asset Management

# Commercializing Innovations Turning Visions into Value

# Valuation & Fundamental Analysis

# Intellectual Capital and Competitive Strategy

# New Venture Technology Evaluation

# Invention to Application

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#2 RE: What do these concentrations lead to?
10/02/2007 22:00

anon to ethan (#1)

For MC, (I)

For PE, (III)

1) I presume you are asking about your choice of courses for undergraduate study.

2) I would say that it depends what type of management consultancy you're interested in. I presume that you've already recognised the parallels in skills and knowledge between PE and finance consulting (e.g. MOW or LEK) so when you say "MC" you're interested in the contrast with S&O consulting (e.g. MBBB).

3) Pragmatically, your choice between these three degree concentrations will make less difference than how you perform academically in your chosen concentration, the quality of the institution where you study that concentration, and your extracurricular activities. Given that you can get into both MC and PE with a Liberal Arts degree, any of these three concentrations will give you a decent shot at either of the career paths.

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