Coming into school, I knew I wanted to pursue a finance-oriented career, so it only made sense to concentrate in finance.
It seemed like time flew by quickly when I started at Goizueta in August 2016. Economics, marketing and data analytics became my daily topics of conversation.
Now that Mid-Semester Modules and spring break are over, my class is kicking off the final few weeks of our MBA experience.
With only a few short weeks left in my semester in my MBA at Goizueta, it’s hard to believe that I’m coming to the end of my tenure as a professional student and will be making my way into the workforce once again.
Projects: an application of the cases we discuss in the classroom? A chance to test out our strategies? One last assignment before spring break or graduation? Whatever it may be, almost all the coursework at Goizueta has some very interesting class projects to work on. This spring, I am particularly excited for our semester-long class project in Applied Investment Management.
Now that I’m finished with Full-Time recruiting, I’ll be focusing most of my energy on my coursework during my last semester at Goizueta. Since most of the required classes in our program are front-loaded during the first semester of our time here, we have three full semesters to take electives and explore different areas of the business school.
Last semester, my classmates and I took a course named Managing Big Data with Professor Panagiotis (Panos) Adamopoulos.