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Chapman MBA Students Move Onto the ACG Cup Finals After the first round of intra-school competition, one team is selected to participate in the Finals on March 4

February 21, 2019 by | Argyros School News

On February 19, 2019, three teams of Chapman MBA students participated in the intra-school round of the ACG Cup. The ACG Cup is a case study competition that includes students from leading MBA programs across the country. Through each element of the contest, students gain real-world experience and invaluable insight into mergers and acquisitions, investment

Connor Broughton’s ’19 (MBA ’20) Walk Down Wall Street Seven Days, Six Companies, and One Broadway show

February 18, 2019 by | Argyros School News

The Argyros School of Business and Economic’s Walk Down Wall Street January Interterm course allows students to gain a practical understanding of the finance industry through networking with various professionals. During our January 2019 seven-day trip, we toured the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, completed six company visits, dined with professionals each night, and attended

Bloomberg Training and Certification Advanced Training in Finance and Investments

February 15, 2019 by | Argyros School News

Bloomberg delivers 24/7 real-time data on business and market news, as well as, analysis, financial, and background information on companies, economies and industries around the globe. The Janes Financial Center offers several Bloomberg training opportunities to increase financial analyst acumen and enhance usage of our 12 Bloomberg Terminals. All Chapman community members can create a

Student Spotlight: Mason Collins Senior accepted into ASBE MBA Program and Lands Summer Internship

February 13, 2019 by | Argyros School News

Senior Business Administration major Mason Collins ’19 is graduating with an emphasis in Finance and a minor in Leadership this spring, but he will be returning to Chapman University to pursue his MBA next fall. Before beginning his graduate education, Mason will intern this summer with William Morris Endeavor (WME) in Beverly Hills. His internship

CAREER SERVICES EVENTS A LOOK AHEAD TO SPRING 2019

January 25, 2019 by | Graduate & MBA

The Argyros School Career Services office is committed to student success. We have many events planned for Spring semester to optimize student/employer interactions, professional development, and networking. So that you may plan accordingly and make arrangements, below are some of our major career events forthcoming. Mark your calendars! Upcoming Events & Important Dates 3/4/19 (Monday)

Announcing New Joint Argyros School Academic Advising and Career Services Visit both teams in Beckman Hall 305 as of January 2, 2019

January 22, 2019 by | Argyros School News

The Argyros School of Business and Economics has combined our Academic Advising and Career Services teams to provide enhanced academic-to-employment services for Argyros School students. Both teams will be cross-trained on career preparation, resume building and advising on course decisions. Electives will be recommended through the lens of career objectives. Argyros students will be encouraged

CONGRATULATIONS ARGELIA DIAZ ON YOUR ERNST & YOUNG (EY) INTERNSHIP! We are so proud of you!

December 3, 2018 by | Students

Congratulations to Argelia Diaz, who had three offers from the Big Four firms (PWC, Ernst & Young and Deloitte) and ultimately accepted an Internship with Ernst & Young (EY)! After meeting with Dr. Gabriela Castaneda to learn more about Big Four recruiting on campus, she learned about the many resources available to her through Argyros Career Services. These

Meet an Alumna: Kennedie Habermehl ’17 A Business Finance Major, Education Minor helping others learn to love the numbers!

November 29, 2018 by | Argyros School News

Graduating a semester ahead of schedule in December 2017, Kennedie Habermehl studied Business Administration with an Emphasis in Finance and earned her minor in Educational Studies at Chapman University. While attending Chapman she was an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta, the first women-only fraternity. For three semesters, Kennedie taught Orange High School students on