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The Master of Science in Marketing program is led by a committee consisting of Professors Kamel Jedidi, Asim Ansari, and Donald Lehmann. Several tenure-track members of the Marketing Division faculty will participate in the program through application review, teaching, and research project supervision.
Supervision and Advising
Master of Science students are initially advised by an administrator in the PhD office who will be responsible for the administrative oversight of the program. In the third semester, students will enroll in a research seminar or guided research project, and affiliated faculty members will serve as project advisers.
Master of Science in Leadership
Learn more about Columbia Business School’s Master of Science in Leadership program, the application process, and what you can expect if you are admitted.
Master of Science in Financial Economics
Kick start a successful career for finance, investment, and commercial banks, pension funds, hedge funds, mutual funds, consulting firms, and policy-oriented organizations with the Master of Science in Financial Economics.
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The Value Trap
Assess the risk associated with the growth of a so-called value stock by considering both its book-to-price and earnings-to-price ratios.Read More
Above and Beyond
Wolters Kluwer CEO Nancy McKinstry ’84 is building a legacy that goes far beyond ushering the global publishing company into the digital age.Read More
School Unveils New Branding Campaign and Tagline to Better Tell Its Story
The positioning, which defines and communicates the School’s core elements, includes the new tagline, At the Very Center of Business™.Read More
Smarter, Simpler Investing
Betterment, the company Jon Stein ’09 founded a year after he graduated from Columbia, aims to take the mystery out of long-term investing.Read More
BlackRock’s Laurence D. Fink Addresses Future of Retirement with Students
The event was part of the School’s Silfen Leadership Series and sponsored by the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy.Read More
Maxing Out on Primary Care
The projected physician shortage can be averted by tapping non-physician medical staff and electronic communications.Read More
A new model helps firms make the most of online review sites.Read More
The Price of Inattention
From the archive: A new study provides evidence that some investors read old news as new — and get taken advantage of by savvier arbitrageurs.Read More
Dong-Bin Shin Fellowships Now Available
Columbia Business School is proud to announce the Dong-Bin Shin Fellowships, four two-year, full-tuition fellowships open to students entering in August 2014. To be considered, students must apply by January 6, 2014.Read More
MS Financial Economics
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