New York has been characterized as the financial capital of the world, which is no surprise. Wall Street continues to be the global hub for market traders and is home to some of the biggest financial firms of the world. Professor Terry Burnham, Associate Professor with the Argyros School of Business and Economics, is planning to take Chapman students to New York City this Interterm in 2015. Students will be exposed to the practical operation of financial markets and become familiar with the institutions that are major players within them.
As in the past, students will be on the actual trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange, an eight-story building resembling a Roman temple that has made Wall Street into an economic powerhouse. They will also explore other world-famous landmarks while meandering the streets of Lower Manhattan including the 9/11 Memorial. Students will have the valuable opportunity to meet with board members and senior VPs of some of the most prominent and successful companies worldwide.
The Travel Course (FIN 400) is set to depart this coming winter on January 18, 2015 and return on January 24, 2015. This course has a total cost range of $2000-$2201 and includes airfare, hotel accommodations and bus transportation services. Meals are not included. The Cost range does NOT include any tuition costs.
For more information, please email Professor Burnham directly at
. A complete Enrollment and Financial Obligations Form and a $500 non-refundable deposit are due Friday, October 24, 2014. Please bring the completed form and deposit receipt to the
Center for Global Education
, 573 N. Glassell St. Orange.