Get in the G.A.M.E.
More than a thousand academics, students and industry leaders will gather in New York City to collaborate on the latest trends and best practices in investment management March 31-April 2.
Kirsten Owens enjoys new challenges, which makes her the perfect fit for the competitive communications leadership program at United Technologies Corp.
Success in the 'Shark Tank'
In a lecture, Daymond John described how he set a goal to develop his own fashion brand, ultimately created a global fashion empire and landed a starring role on ABC’s hit reality show, “Shark Tank.”
Blaine Branchik spent almost 20 years in Silicon Valley overseeing product launches of some of the most innovative technology around, but what really makes him tick is teaching business students.
In a Class of Their Own
Inspired to help struggling schoolchildren in South Africa, a recent School of Business graduate raised money to deliver a new classroom to kids halfway around the globe.
Success with Heart & Drive
Quinnipiac entrepreneurship students won a record four prizes at the Connecticut State Business Plan Competition on Dec. 11 for two innovative business ventures, Have a Heart and JC’s Driving School.
Freshman Business Experience
As a freshman, your business education begins with Introduction to Business, through which five person teams of students run a virtual global business.
As a tax accountant for one of the world's largest public accounting firms, Caitlin Ziegler tackles challenging corporate tax returns for clients all over the globe.
Financial Technology Center
Quinnipiac business students have access to sophisticated, hands-on training at the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center.
Our outstanding faculty, many with industry experience, provides real world classroom experiences of the highest quality. Small classes provide students with a consistent supportive and stimulating learning environment.
Bloomberg Businessweek Top 100
The School of Business is included in Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of "The Best Undergraduate Business Schools."
The Businessweek ranking is based on, among other factors, student and recruiter surveys, median starting salaries for graduates, academic quality based on SAT/ACT scores, the business program's full-time student to faculty ratio and the average class size in core business classes.
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