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Jobs and Career Management
The Career Management Center (CMC) at Columbia Business School works with students to help them build lifelong career management skills. Students in the Master of Science in Marketing program have employment profiles, skills, and career trajectories which differ significantly from students in other programs at the School. Consequently, the CMC provides resources specifically tailored to the experience and needs of Master of Science students, including:
Training in recruiting fundamentals: résumé and cover letter assistance, career coaching, and mock interviews.
Job listing resources appropriate for the degree program profile.
Access to customized resources in Columbia Business School’s online recruiting system
Because of the heavily analytical, technically-oriented profiles of Master of Science in Marketing students, the jobs most appropriate for these candidates are not part of the MBA recruiting program. Consequently, Master of Science students are not eligible to participate in MBA recruiting schedules or company presentations. Instead, Master of Science students work with the CMC to target career opportunities best suited for their background and training.
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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Above and Beyond
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The positioning, which defines and communicates the School’s core elements, includes the new tagline, At the Very Center of Business™.Read More
James Gorman Speaks at Program for Financial Studies Conference
A capacity audience of students, faculty members, alumni, practitioners, and media learned from the expertise shared by keynote speaker James Gorman ’87, chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, during the third annual Program for Financial Studies conference on November 1.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
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The Price of Inattention
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