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Ranking: M.S. in Mathematical Finance no. 11 in U.S.

Ranking: M.S. in Mathematical Finance no. 11 in U.S.

Interdisciplinary graduate program soars to its highest ranking ever, according to TFE Times.
   March 22, 2022

UNC Charlotte’s Master of Science in Mathematical Finance program has soared to its highest national ranking ever. The program is No. 11 in the TFE Times’ 2022 Master of Financial Engineering program rankings.

Over the past six years, the M.S. in Math Finance...

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The Business of Space: NASA apprenticeship opens path for student

The Business of Space: NASA apprenticeship opens path for student

Belk College junior Ryan Shah is combining his passion for business with aerospace.
   March 16, 2022

Belk College of Business junior Ryan Shah’s aspirations aren’t bound by the walls of a city high rise, nor the atmosphere of the Earth.

Shah, a student in the...

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Forecast: Ukraine war adds uncertainty to North Carolina’s economy

Forecast: Ukraine war adds uncertainty to North Carolina’s economy

UNC Charlotte releases the First Quarter North Carolina Economic Forecast.
   March 16, 2022

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Virtual Preview Days for Belk College graduate programs underway

Virtual Preview Days for Belk College graduate programs underway

Explore the Belk College’s nationally ranked master’s programs.
   March 10, 2022

Join the Belk College of Business virtually through April to get an inside look at the college’s nationally ranked master’s programs through virtual Spring Preview Days. 

From the nationally ranked Charlotte Professional MBA to the college’s specialized master’s programs, you’ll find...

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Former dean’s legacy lives on through scholarship

Former dean’s legacy lives on through scholarship

​The Steven Ott Scholarship will help first-generation Belk College students reach their dreams.
   March 10, 2022

To honor the impact of former Belk College of Business Dean Steven Ott, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and corporate partners contributed to establish a new endowed scholarship. 

“Steve touched so many lives at the college and in the Charlotte business community,” said Belk College Dean Jennifer Troyer. “He was passionate about the way that education can shape lives. So, it’s fitting...

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New leadership announced for graduate programs

New leadership announced for graduate programs

Associate dean, MBA and DBA program directors named.
   March 9, 2022

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Longtime MBA director retires

Longtime MBA director retires

Professor Gary Kohut taught over 25,000 students over his 40-year career.
   March 9, 2022

After 40 years of teaching and service, Professor of Management Gary Kohut is ready for the next chapter in his life. 

“I am eager to try some different things,” said Kohut, who first joined the faculty at UNC Charlotte’s Belk College of Business in 1983. “Some people see retirement as an end, but I see it as...

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Charlotte Professional MBA again named a ‘Tier 1 Global’ program

Charlotte Professional MBA again named a ‘Tier 1 Global’ program

CEO Magazine again recognizes the MBA program for quality and ROI.
   February 28, 2022

For the seventh consecutive year, UNC Charlotte’s Professional MBA program has been named a “Tier 1 Global” program by CEO Magazine.

In the magazine’s “2022 CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings,” released on Feb. 16, Charlotte’s Master of Business Administration ranks among the...

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Charlotte to launch online, tech-focused MBA

Charlotte to launch online, tech-focused MBA

The new program starts in August.
   February 22, 2022

To meet the growing demand from working professionals looking to advance their skills, UNC Charlotte will launch a fully online MBA starting in August. 

The new program — developed by the same faculty who teach in...

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Hugh McColl: Business can create change

Hugh McColl: Business can create change

Retired Bank of America CEO speaks at Belk College.
   February 21, 2022

Much of Hugh McColl Jr.’s life has centered on one thing: Change.

In the early years of his career, McColl, then a young banker at what would become North Carolina National Bank (NCNB), sought to expand the industry south of the Big Apple.

“As a Southerner, I felt the view that we didn't have any capital in the South, and we really had to go to New York to...

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