Internships & Careers
Our campus is just steps away from Boston's financial district, which means we have an extensive network of finance alumni and strong partnerships with leading corporations in the area.
Many of our graduates go on to earn the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation—a mark of distinction that prepares them for highly competitive jobs. We also have an academic partnership with the Global Association of Risk Professionals, which means you’ll graduate ready to earn the elite Financial Risk Manager designation.
With endless career opportunities at your fingertips, what path will you choose?
Add value to a business with your knowledge of corporate finance. Help fund projects, manage working capital, make acquisitions, and plan for the company’s financial future. Work for a large global company or a small business with high-growth potential.
Manage stocks, bonds, and/or derivatives for your clients as an asset manager. Be an expert with portfolio management, sales, security analysis, and research.
Of all the sectors in financial services, commercial banking employs the most people. Job opportunities are vast and include credit appraisal, mortgage services, account management, trust services, leasing, credit card banking, loan issuance, operational handling, and international finance and trade credit.
Investment banking helps companies and governments issue securities by forming a syndicate or network of investors. The leading investment banks include firms such as Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. There are many other regional investment banks. Typically, investment banking includes facilitation of mergers and acquisitions, seasoned equity offering, project financing, structured financing, derivatives, and equity and fixed income research.
Financial planners help people manage their money and plan for the future. They are knowledgeable about investments, income tax, estate tax, retirement, funding college education, and insurance. Some work independently, but many work for big corporations such as Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, and American Express. Increasingly, it pays to become a