MBA with concentration in Equity Valuation/Investment Management?


asafit

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

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Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



MBA in Asset/Wealth Management, Carnegie Mellon - Tepper

MBA in Security Analysis, University of Florida - Warrington

for straight Msc Investment Management

City Univ - Cass in London
Hong Kong UST in Hong Kong

Hope this helps

<blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

MBA in Asset/Wealth Management, Carnegie Mellon - Tepper

MBA in Security Analysis, University of Florida - Warrington

for straight Msc Investment Management

City Univ - Cass in London
Hong Kong UST in Hong Kong

Hope this helps
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GatorMBA

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm

<blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm
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AnalystNYC

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm


looks like one of the judges is a Florida alumni. no wonder guy gets A+ :-)

<blockquote><blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm</blockquote>

looks like one of the judges is a Florida alumni. no wonder guy gets A+ :-)

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asafit

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?

<blockquote><blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm</blockquote>



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?

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GatorMBA

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?



He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm</blockquote>



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?

</blockquote>

He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF.
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asafit

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?



He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF.


does he offer internships/full time placements to UF students?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm</blockquote>



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?

</blockquote>

He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF. </blockquote>

does he offer internships/full time placements to UF students?
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GatorMBA

Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?



Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?



He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF.


does he offer internships/full time placements to UF students?


i am certain he does, for the right candidates of course, you can not expect to intern/work at Southeastern just because you went to UF. Overall I think the school is at least going to double its mba intake once the new building is ready Trading lab should be on the agenda along with student run fund.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Does anyone know of such a degree with specifically that concentration shown on diploma?

</blockquote>

Univ of Florida - Warrington, has the the Graham-Buffett Security Analysis concentration. It was funded by one of Mr. Buffett's disciples, Mason Hawkins (Florida alumni), who manages $40 billion in his firm Southeastern Asset Management.

Here is a link to Warrington student who recently appeared on CNBC's Grade the Trade segment.

http://www.cba.ufl.edu/publications/wr/2007/issue10_leadstory.htm</blockquote>



Mason Hawkings is pretty well known, but how exactly is he tied to this program? does he have input on curriculum?

</blockquote>

He comes down to speak every year and helps with recruiting. Beyond that, I am sure he initially looked at curriculum and made suggestions. He is way to busy managing his fund, to be involved and day to day basis with UF. </blockquote>

does he offer internships/full time placements to UF students?</blockquote>

i am certain he does, for the right candidates of course, you can not expect to intern/work at Southeastern just because you went to UF. Overall I think the school is at least going to double its mba intake once the new building is ready Trading lab should be on the agenda along with student run fund.

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