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Emory goizueta job placement

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Replies to: Emory goizueta job placement

  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    aluminum, are you in goizueta?

    Also, how hard is getting into goizueta?
  • aluminum_boataluminum_boat Registered User Posts: 1,539 Senior Member
    Bernie, I'm going to shoot you a PM.


    I'm not in Goizueta. I do not think a BBA degree is worth anything other than in I.Banking and Accounting. Neither industry is appealing to me. Banking is a talent drain and accounting is boring. But that's a tangent.

    I actually don't know about Delta. I would be curious about that too. Kinda a non-traditional company. I imagine an Emory graduate would be able to get into most sales and money-related aspects of it -marketing/accounting/tax/law stuff/etc. But I'd bet G.Tech graduates are mainly in charge of the IT and coding stuff.
  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    Hmm okay, still can't decide between emory or cornell
  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    thanks for the responses though
  • aluminum_boataluminum_boat Registered User Posts: 1,539 Senior Member
    If you do decide to come to Emory, you should take courses from distinguished professors in the other fields. Even if it's pass/fail.

    Like English, French, Classics, Chemistry, etc.



    I don't regret coming to Emory. If I went back 4 years, I would still choose Emory over Cornell. I'd do some things differntly once I got here. But I'd still come here.
  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    You mean in addition with Goizueta classes?
  • aluminum_boataluminum_boat Registered User Posts: 1,539 Senior Member
    Of course.

    In the future, when you make the original topic.... Put more information (like link that website and say that your specific question is about finance) so we know that you've actually put in 5 seconds worth of research by yourself.

    I'm sure you can imagine how many times we've answered the "how good is the b-school" question. For people who have put in no effort by themselves.
  • aluminum_boataluminum_boat Registered User Posts: 1,539 Senior Member
    yea, in addition to Goizueta. You'll have time to explore, so you might as well take advantage.


    [subtlebrag]
    I work for one of the companies I posted earlier. I'm not a banker or in accounting, as you can guess but I might or might not be employed by a bank or big4. So that's your anecdotal evidence. [/subtlebrag]
  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    Yep sorry about that, thanks again
  • anonemussanonemuss Registered User Posts: 516 Member
    I'm also interested in working for Delta, or any other airline. So would getting an Econ/BBA at Emory be the best opportunity to get a job there? Would it be similar to going to SMU to work at American and Southwest or UChicago or Northwestern to work at United?
  • superdubsuperdub Registered User Posts: 401 Member
    Good question, i'm also looking into Northwestern
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