Thinking about graduate school? Check out a few interesting programs from Vanderbilt, Georgetown, and Columbia.
- Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management Accelerator Summer Business Institute: Accelerator is a four-week certificate program for college students and recent graduates that combines classroom learning with real consulting projects. Students will be taught business fundamentals by Vanderbilt’s world-class faculty, and then put that knowledge to work devising solutions to business challenges for various companies. In recent years, students have worked on projects for companies such as American Airlines, Coca-Cola, FedEx, and Google Fiber. Throughout the program, students will also receive career coaching and leadership development to help them grow personally and professionally.
– Learn more when Dinah Webster, Campus Recruiter, is on-campus at Bucknell on Thursday, March 28th hosting an information table from 1PM to 5PM in the LC Mall
- Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Master of Science in Management (MiM) degree: An intensive, 11-month program designed specifically to meet the needs of recent graduates who did not major in business, particularly Liberal Arts and STEM majors. The goal is to teach them core business skills which compliment their Bachelor’s degree and help them jump-start their careers.
- Columbia University Sustainability Science (M.S.): The program is designed for students with science, engineering or math backgrounds who wish to build careers as technical sustainability practitioners. The curriculum is designed by climate scientists at our renowned Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, and focuses on the practical application of scientific tools and methods to address sustainability challenges. Students would have access to Columbia’s unparalleled resources, professional networks, and global alumni base. Part-time and full-time enrollment options, and evening courses make the program attractive for working professionals as well. Graduates are prepared for management and leadership positions in which they oversee science and other technical staff.