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Your MBA degree can catalyze your future as our career-focused curriculum introduces you to disciplines and functions that will use your natural talents and the advanced skills you’ve acquired at Santa Clara. Exposure to real-world issues from varied perspectives helps students apply business theory to actual challenges in the workplace, making our MBA curriculum among the most relevant and innovative offered.
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The MS programs at SCU are designed to challenge you and expand your thinking. You’ll gain solid analytical skills and comprehensive business knowledge, and have ample exposure to problem solving that will give you both the practical skills and the confidence to shape your future.

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Business Students Chosen for Hackworth Fellows Program

Business Students Chosen for Hackworth Fellows Program

Two business school students have been chosen for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Hackworth Fellowship. These fellowships are awarded to rising seniors who are charged with the task of pursuing a unique program or project of ethical significance focused on engagement with their fellow Santa Clara University students. 

Selected from a competitive pool of applicants, the below business school student are 2014-2015 Hackworth Fellows.

Krishan Allen - Krishan Allen is an economics major from Emerald Hills, Calif. He will research methods of integrating ethical goals into investment practice, and aims to explain how students can attain both social and financial returns within their investment portfolios. He enjoys playing basketball, reading biographies on social scientists, sailing in the San Francisco bay, and making the most of the California sun.

Logan Peterson - Logan Peterson, a finance major from Scottsdale, Ariz., will focus on the Big Q, the Center's social media campaign to involve undergraduates in discussion about the ethical issues in the everyday lives of undergraduates. Logan loves city life, traveling, yoga, art, and photography. This summer, she'll be interning in the finance department at Apple as a part of the Online Store Sales team.

To learn about the other Hackworth Fellows chosen for this academic year, visit Markkula’s website

 

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