Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

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Written by: Abinash Jena, MS in MIS ’24 From the seabed to space, whatever machines or technologies we incorporate have all had their humble origins. Regardless of when they were developed, it was their original thinking spirit that nudged them Continue reading Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

My Summer Internship Experience with Rich Products

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Written by: Kalvin Yeung, MBA ’24 As I continue my internship with Rich Products, I find myself reflecting on the transformative journey that the past few months have been. My experience as a Customer Marketing intern has not only bolstered Continue reading My Summer Internship Experience with Rich Products

Teamwork = Success: How Teamwork Elevates the UB MBA Experience

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Written by: Sangwoon Jeong, MBA ’24 In retrospect, I didn’t fully realize that the first year of the UB MBA program was structured around team-based activities. Cohorts operate in the first semester with one clear goal: winning the Corporate Champions Continue reading Teamwork = Success: How Teamwork Elevates the UB MBA Experience

My experience with clubs as an MIS student

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Written by: Utsav Haldar, MS MIS ‘22  A full-time MIS student must complete 37 credits in two semesters. One credit will count towards an internship or certification while the remaining will account for your courses. With 18 credits (roughly 6 subjects) a semester, Continue reading My experience with clubs as an MIS student

My experience with clubs at UB

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Written by: Sean Matuszewski, MS ’22  Getting yourself out there is the name of the game! At UB, there are plenty of options to get to know and learn from others. Available to both Undergraduate and Graduate students, there are a plethora Continue reading My experience with clubs at UB

Cracking the Case: An Unconventional Way to Meet Employers On-Campus

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Written by: Archana Mohan, MSF ’22   A college campus is probably not where you’d expect to bump into your future employer, but tapping into the right opportunities at UB may just get you there!  Every semester, the UB School of Management partners Continue reading Cracking the Case: An Unconventional Way to Meet Employers On-Campus

How Action Learning Enriched My MBA Experience

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Written by: Philipp Schneider, MBA ’22  The UB MBA program is designed to create an ecosystem of both in-classroom and outside-the-classroom learning opportunities for students. This ecosystem includes both “traditional” ways of academic teaching, through a variety of challenging and well-rounded classes, Continue reading How Action Learning Enriched My MBA Experience

My Experience with the MS Finance Program

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Written by: Vishal Subramaniam, MSF ‘22 My experience at the University at Buffalo thus far has been amazing. I’ve learned and experienced so much in such a little amount of time, and it’s all gone by so quickly. I’m still Continue reading My Experience with the MS Finance Program

MS in Business Analytics Unfiltered: A Conversation with Current Students

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Business analytics is one of the hottest career fields in the world. For example, data scientists, who help companies better utilize information, enjoy a projected 30% growth in employment by 2030, according to Forbes. Regardless of your undergraduate degree, UB’s Continue reading MS in Business Analytics Unfiltered: A Conversation with Current Students

From students to ‘ninja consultants’

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Anubha Singh, MS ’20

In an experiential learning course, School of Management MIS students solve real-world challenges using new technology By Matthew Biddle Anubha Singh, MS ’20, has long been passionate about working with data and cloud technologies. Now, after completing the UB School Continue reading From students to ‘ninja consultants’