You can find him on Friday nights before game days relaxing at Swamphead Brewery having a cold one. Before working with Study Edge, Peter tutored student athletes with the UAA for four years in math, chemistry and economics. When he is not helping students, Peter likes to pursue his hobby of amateur cattle wrangling. Jenn gave up the cold at the University of Utah to come back to the sunny skies at the University of Florida.
She has tutored organic chemistry for over 5 years and was formally a tutor for the University Athletic Association. In her “free time” Jenn loves to travel, ski, scuba dive, and draw structures for the molecules listed on her shampoo bottle. Whether you hope to become a financial analyst or a financial manager, there is a high demand in today’s world community for professionals who possess the skills you will learn at TROY. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2012 national median salary for a financial analyst was $76, 950 per year. The BLS also reports the field is projected to see a 16 percent increase between.
Learn from the Best – Fisher finance faculty are ranked 9th worldwide in terms of publications in the top three finance journals. Develop expertise in financial software – In an intensive full-semester course, receive an expanded focus on financial software applications and excel modeling.
After he finishes his undergrad studies, he will continue his research with the group by pursuing his Master’s degree. When he isn’t stuck coding in his lab, you can find him with his friends at midtown, catching up on movies or making plans for his next trip. Aaron grew up in Cocoa Beach, Florida watching the constant rocket launches blast off right outside his doorway. This thrill and excitement of rockets and space fueled his passion for all things math and science. While at UF, Aaron was a member of the Rowdy Reptiles and estimates he has attended 40 UF football games and 50 basketball games. In his free time, he enjoys everything tech, and lately has begun to work on drones.
According to the BLS, financial managers are projected to see a 9 percent growth in their field. In 2012, the BLS reported the national median salary for a financial manager was $109, 740 per year. As a CFA Institute partner, the Specialized Master in Finance program covers 70% of the Chartered Financial Analyst program Candidate Body of Knowledge. A myriad of opportunities to lead, grow and develop –Explore a variety of student organizations based on business focus areas, service to the community, or other common interests. You are sure to find a group that suits your interests and aspirations. More than just coursework – Get involved in a variety of activities outside the classroom to help you build your network, and support your personal and professional development. Preparation for professional certification – You will be prepared to sit for the Chartered Financial Analyst and Financial Risk Manager exams upon completion of the SMF program.
In his free time he likes to work on his coding projects, listen to the latest hip hop, or hone his mathematician skills. In his lab he gets to play with the world’s fastest reconfigurable supercomputer.
Currently an undergrad, Phoebe intends to obtain her Master’s in Biomedical Engineering, and hopes to be admitted into medical school thereafter. When she isn’t studying or working, she can be found in the Brain Mapping Lab, going on adventures outdoors, or enjoying concerts and music festivals with friends. Claudia finishing up her senior year here at UF by polishing off her classes for her Bioinformatics minor and studying nematodes in her research group. She’s a registered pharmacy technician and in her free time she loves to travel. Ali has been pursuing mathematics on a competitive level since 9th grade. He’s had experience tutoring football players and coaching his teammates on various levels for 3 years. Now that his access to competition has dwindled, he’s decided to focus more on the tutoring aspect and to bring everyone as close to the same level of understanding (and maybe even appreciation! ) for the subjects as he has.