|Author||Topic: B.Sc Finance Program in Switzerland.|
|posted: 4/27/2005 at 7:05:39 AM ET|
B.Sc Finance Program in BMUniversity at Switzerland.
The program of Bachelor (BBA or BSc) includes either a full-time program of 3 years or a part-time program over 4 years. It is conceived to distribute to the students anunderstanding of the concepts and practices in finance and in management, as well as forces leading recent economic changes. The University leans on teachers who have a great professional experience and a very high level of theoretical knowledge and can commuicate their knowhow. The programme is of particular relevance to those working in, or planning to work in: Orientations: Corporate Finance Private Banking Banking Insurance Total number of credits required: -180 credits (which represent 1800 contact hours plus a total of 3600 study hours) Length of study : -3 year for the full time program -or 4 years for part time program -The pogram has to be finished in a max of 6 years
|posted: 4/27/2005 at 9:58:28 AM ET|
This seems to be a very good degree program, but since this is a music site - you might want to consider placing this info on another site.
Maybe one that reaches prospective students interested in a Business major/career.
North Coast NSW, Australia
|posted: 4/28/2005 at 6:33:47 AM ET|
Lets note be harsh, Suzyq. This is a radical inovation from all those Degrees in ""Cuckoo Clock Design"" and ""Putting Holes In Cheese While Wearing Lederhosen"", after all...
|posted: 4/28/2005 at 10:30:07 AM ET|
Hey, you're not making fun of my B.S. in "Q-Tipping My Cat's Ears While Scrubbing My Neighbor's Bathroom Floor With A Yellow Rubber Chicken", are you? >:-<
I'll have you know I'm very proud of my BS in QTMCEWSMNBFWAYRC!
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|posted: 4/28/2005 at 3:28:24 PM ET|
Is it just me and my lack of humor or are you making fun of nationalities here?
|posted: 4/28/2005 at 5:58:19 PM ET|
Again, we are just kidding around and I'm sure that Max knows that it's all in good fun.
When I was trying to register for my first semester, a young college student was very helpful in showing me the ropes and asked if I knew what bs, ms, piled higher meant - and these many years later it still makes me laugh. Laugh a little, life is to short.