Several business programs have either met or are close to meeting this objective. One of the programs that is the furthest from meeting this objective is Finance. Women continue to comprise approximately 20% of finance graduates – a statistic that has remained nearly constant since the 1980’s.
The Women in Finance Forum brings female finance professionals together to speak to students about their careers, experiences and have an open discussion.
Designed to provide the foundation for a lifetime of analytical problem solving. The Program appeals to accomplished students who enjoy solving analytic problems as applied in their career of choice. Students with these skills and interests are in high demand in the business world which becomes more analytical and mathematical every year. In addition, successful candidates will be well-prepared for further study at the graduate level.
The program offers two tracks:
The Actuarial Studies Track
The Quantitative Finance Track
The two tracks differ only in application. If you are unfamiliar with the two fields, see the links to the left for an overview. Although similar, each curriculum is tailored to the area of application. Curricula are rigorous and multi-disciplinary, with required coursework drawing from the Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and the Economics Department, as well as the Finance Division of the Leeds School of Business. The confluence of such widely varying material is one of the unique features of the program. Successful completion of the Program requirements is a significant accomplishment. The Program is not a major and is open to students majoring in any subject. However, the program has extensive course requirements which mesh most closely with students majoring in Business (finance emphasis), Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Economics.
Steve Pardo Memorial Lecture
Burridge Center helps support the annual Steve Pardo Memorial Lecture