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- Angel Fund - This course is dedicated entirely to hands-on learning through the process of actually financing new ventures. This includes the process from sourcing deals, to evaluating deals, and closing deals.
- Philanthropic Investment for Community Impact - Through this experiential integrative investment class, students will decide how to invest a fixed pool of funds for social community impact and assess the performance of its investments year over year. In the process, students will build leadership, critical thinking, analytical and communication skills. They will be inspired and empowered to build and manage an effective social impact investment portfolio for measurable community impact.
- O'Neill Investment Fund - Students have the chance to experience the process of portfolio management while they are learning the skills necessary to make sound portfolio decisions. The field of finance is like the technology industry in that neither offers much comfort to outdated or obsolete ideas, and our goal will be to equip you with the skills necessary to compete in today's investment management marketplace.
- First-year experiential core: PACE (Practical Application for Careers and Enterprises) -