Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY) will be launching the QC Business School this fall. Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos has the scoop.
The Queens College Business School will expand beyond the traditional offerings in accounting and economics to fintech, policy analysis, and risk management.
It is uniquely positioned in a borough on the road to becoming a leading tech hub, the prospective students will benefit from internships and case studies focused on actual use cases.
Such experiential learning opportunities develop both tacit and explicit knowledge that will help meet the growing demand from employers to hire those with knowledge and experience with new technologies.
Its courses enable students to work directly with blockchain technology as well as engage with big data analysis. Their policy analysis track offers students training in evaluation techniques employed by various regulatory agencies.
The goal of the QC Business School is to provide students with the skills needed to navigate through the fast-evolving world of business. As innovation spreads across industries, the focus is on providing students with both the technical know-how and fundamental knowledge needed to achieve a competitive advantage in various careers that benefit from the innovative energies that accompany the widening of the talent pool a diverse workforce achieves.
In addition, the mission is to prepare a diverse student body for leadership roles in various industries and sectors and that is accomplished by deepening and broadening a familiarity with different cultures that the future leaders must embrace.
Several student and graduate testimonials may be seen below.
To learn more about the QC Business School, check out its official website.