Duke MQM Student Blog
Gaining Consulting Experience Through DISI
DISI is an organization, open to all graduate students across the professional schools at Duke, that provides pro bono consulting services to non-profits in Durham and nearby communities.
Building Community as Finance Track Chair
As a student at Fuqua, I wanted to do something more for my classmates, something that would help bring us closer together and create long-lasting memories for everyone.
Taking Advantage of Every Moment in MQM
With only 10 months in the MQM program, you quickly learn to make every moment count.
What You Need to Know About MQM: Business Analytics Tracks
As program director for MQM, I get asked about how the various academic tracks work—what are the differences and similarities and what that means for students. Here’s a breakdown.
Beyond Academics: 6 Things I Learned in Business School
Looking back, I gained a lot, not only from the program but from the entire experience of studying in a business school in a different country.
Developing My Business Acumen By Leveraging Analytics
From working in commercial finance at one of America’s leading multinational energy companies to getting first-hand experiential and immersive learning from the Strategy track of the MQM program, my decision to join Fuqua has undoubtedly been one of the best decisions I have made.
My Experience in the MQM Forensics Track
I was faced with the dilemma of choosing which track would be the best fit for me. As I read about the Forensics track, I was immediately drawn to it, as a good way to apply my interest in data analytics in a growing career field.
Why MQM’s Strategy Track Made the Most Sense for Me
Strategy, finance, forensics, or marketing? This was the same question that troubled me as I went through the application process at Fuqua.
What I’ve Learned in the MQM Finance Track
I wanted to know exactly how I could evaluate financial data with analytics tools, but I lacked finance knowledge.
The MQM Marketing Track Allowed Me to Pursue My Passion for Technology
A big reason as to why I chose the Master of Quantitative Management (MQM) program was the ability to dive deep into a particular area of business.