Testimonial

The Full-Time MBA Program


The mission of the top-ranked (#37 tied, U.S. News & World Report, 2017, #42 Bloomberg Businessweek, 2015) UT Dallas Jindal School Full-Time MBA program (FTMBA) is to develop cutting edge problem engineers who can think, plan and act strategically to solve complex business problems.

  • 16–month time frame (minimum of 2 semesters out of the workforce)
  • Cohort class of 50 students
  • Career-focused orientation
  • Supportive team of professionals and “Power of Two” Mentor Program
  • Over 30,000 JSOM alumni (18,000 active in the DFW area)
  • Renowned professors (#11 in North America for faculty research contributions)
  • Connection to many of the Fortune 500 companies headquartered in DFW, critical to maintaining our 90% placement rate
  • 75% of students receive scholarship valued at $10,200 the total program cost

Consider joining the UT Dallas Full-Time MBA community of scholars and be a part of a unique MBA experience guaranteed to dramatically alter the course of your professional life.

  • Degree Plan
  • Class Profile
  • Student Experience
  • Internships and Jobs
  • FTMBA Ambassadors
  • PMBA Ambassadors

Degree Plan

This 53 credit-hour program features a full-time, daytime core curriculum which students complete in 16 months, with an optional extra semester for a 21 month program. Each ‘Cohort’ of students starts the program in August. These students follow a lock-step progression of core courses through the program, taking all their core classes together (typically Monday through Friday) and graduating 16 months later, in December.

Full-Time (Cohort) MBA students must follow a pre-determined schedule of core courses (section MBC) during the day, enrolling only in core courses in their first semester. Full-Time (Cohort) MBA students start taking elective courses in their first spring semester. These elective classes are offered primarily in the evenings. The MBA degree is obtained by completing the 53 hour program, consisting of 29 hours of core courses and 24 hours of elective courses, in these 16 months.

Degree plan highlights include:

  • Fall semester start (53 semester credits: 29 core and 24 elective)
  • Optional elective concentration
  • 21-month optional extension for a joint degree program or working students
  • Minimum of two semesters out of the workforce
  • Daytime core classes and evening elective coursework

First year
Course Title Semester Credit Hours
Fall 14
ACCT 6201 Introduction to Financial Accounting (8-week class) 2
MEC0 6303 Business Economics 3
OPRE 6301 Quantitative Introduction to Risk and Uncertainty in Business 3
MKT 6301 Marketing Management 3
FIN 6301 Financial Management 3
   
Spring 17
ACCT 6202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (8-week class) 2
OPRE 6302 Operations Management 3
OB 6301 Organizational Behavior 3
MAS 6V03 Contemporary Business Issues in Strategy & Policy (optional)/Elective 3
Elective 3
International Trip (optional)/Elective 3
   
Summer 6
Internship/Elective 3
Elective 3
Second year
Course Title Semester Credit Hours
Fall 16
IMS 6204 Global Business 2
BPS 6310 Strategic Management 3
MIS 6204 Information Technology and MIS Fundamentals 2
Elective 9

Total 53 semester credit hours for MBA degree

Class Profile

FTMBA Class of 2017
Class Size Average GMAT Average GRE Average Age Average Work Exp. Average GPA
50 670 311 29 5 years 3.5

Male 78%

Female 22%

Domestic 60%

International 40%

FTMBA Class of 2016
Class Size Average GMAT Average GRE Average Age Average Work Exp. Average GPA
56 678 313 29 5.6 years 3.5

Male 61%

Female 39%

Domestic 57%

International 43%

FTMBA Class of 2015
Class Size Average GMAT Average GRE Average Age Average Work Exp. Average GPA
67 673 313 28 5 years 3.5

Male 70%

Female 30%

Domestic 57%

International 43%

FTMBA Class of 2014
Class Size Average GMAT Average GRE Average Age Average Work Exp. Average GPA
61 672 315 29 5.5 years 3.5

Male 69%

Female 31%

Domestic 62%

International 38%

Student Experience

Mentor Programs

The Power of Two. Mentors provide students with insight into the business world and how it works. We know that our Full-Time MBA students learn a great deal from their professors and from each other, but during their time here they have the opportunity to learn from the “real world” as well. A mentor can serve as a guide, a counselor, and a role model as the student begins to explore the business world outside of the university.

A mentor and a FTMBA student commit to a year-long agreement. The goal of this relationship is for the mentor to facilitate the professional growth of the student by sharing the insights gained through years of business experience. It is the student’s responsibility to seize the opportunity and to facilitate the growth of this relationship.

Each mentor-student relationship will be unique. The two of you should work together to determine how much time to invest in the relationship, what activities to pursue, and what you want to accomplish together. This relationship promises to be rewarding for both mentor and student.

Student Experience Videos

Brian Corrigan ’10

  • Hometown: Portland, OR
  • College: University of Washington, BS Electrical Engineering
  • Focus Area: Marketing, Strategy, & Entrepreneurship
  • Internship: Market Strategy and Data Analytics, Sabre Holdings
  • Final Placement: New Business Development, Ericsson Inc.
 

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Internships and Jobs

The Full-Time MBA placement rate is 90 percent within three months of graduation. Our class salary average generally falls within $85,000 to $90,000 with most salaries falling between $70,000 to $120,000.

Average Salary Range for Full-Time MBA Graduates, by Discipline
Professional Function Salary Range
Consulting Average salary of $77,000 with a high of $120,000.
Finance/Accounting Average salary of $83,000 with a high of $100,000.
Marketing/Sales Average salary of $83,000 with a high of $100,000.
Information Technology Average salary of $86,000 with a high of $120,000.
Operations/Logistics Average salary of $86,000 with a high of $115,000.

Top Employers

  • Ericsson
  • Sabre Holdings
  • AT&T
  • Deloitte Consulting
  • Ernst & Young
  • Verizon
  • Texas Instruments
  • Wells Fargo
  • Amazon
  • Intel Security
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Tango Management Consulting
  • FTI Consulting

Full-Time MBA Ambassadors


Arshad Hashmi

Arshad Hashmi

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
axh154730@utdallas.edu

Arshad’s passion for motorbikes and machines led him to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore, India in 2011. He has worked in the industrial manufacturing domain for more than three years (for two different organizations in India and Dubai) handling plant operations, quality control and product management for a variety of metal, plastic, and chemical-based products. He was instrumental in establishing an Employee Engagement Club at his first organization in India. He is also a member of the American Society for Quality and aspires to be a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Arshad chose UT Dallas over six other American business schools because of the small size of the cohort program, ability to pursue a dual degree, supportive staff and professors, and a high return on investment. Arshad is focusing his electives within Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics.

Daniel O'Dell

Daniel O’Dell

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2017
dao160030@utdallas.edu

Daniel graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Geological Sciences in 2005. He went to work in the oil business, working for the software company Paradigm, supporting their petrophysical and geological software solution, Geolog. He quickly was seconded to Statoil, and was soon hired there as a petrophysicist. After a year, he took a year off work to work on creating, recording, and producing an album of original music. The music wasn’t paying the bills, so when an offer came for him to come back to Paradigm, he took it. A year after working in Paradigm’s Houston office, an opportunity with Paradigm opened up in Brisbane, Australia, where he served as the regional expert in Geolog for 4 years before returning back to the United States. After another year off of work, where he produced another album of original music, performed in a musical, hiked a number of mountains, and ran a half marathon, he decided to go to business school to spark a career change and get back into the working world. He chose University of Texas at Dallas after researching all the universities in the DFW area, and found UT Dallas to be an outstanding combination of quality and price. Further, he chose to do the Full-Time MBA Cohort Program because of the small class size, the professional and graduate tradition at UT Dallas, and the short, intensive length of the program.

Gaurav Singla

Gaurav Singla

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
gxs152730@utdallas.edu

Gaurav is a full-time MBA candidate with a concentration in Finance. As an international student from New Delhi, India, Gaurav previously graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 with Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Upon graduation, he accumulated over three years of management experience working in the US and India. He worked with Subway Restaurants as the Director of Operations in Tallahassee, Florida and later transitioned into a Managing Partner position with an import/export company in New Delhi, India. Aside from schoolwork, Gaurav enjoys being an active student leader on campus at UT Dallas. He is currently serving on the board for the JSOM Dean’s Council. In his free time he likes to play racquetball.

Gopinath Palanisamy

Gopinath Palanisamy

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
gxp151030@utdallas.edu

Gopinath received a Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering degree in 2005 from Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai, India. Upon graduation, he joined Cognizant Technology Solutions and has quickly climbed the corporate ladder due to his performance. In 2009, he moved to the United States and assumed the role of a program manager. In this role, he handled multi-million dollar application delivery services and was consistently recognized for exceeding client expectations. He is pursuing his MBA to gain cross-functional skills and transform himself into a successful leader who makes informed choices in the ever-changing business environment. He chose the UT Dallas MBA program for its location, return on investment, and cohort environment. His interests include following Formula One racing, watching movies and enjoying the precious moments he shares with his wife and three-year-old son.

Hoang Le

Hoang Le

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
hoang.le3@utdallas.edu

Hoang received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology from The University of Florida in 2010. Upon graduation, he served in the US Army as a Supply and Logistics Officer. Hoang has over five years of professional work experience in military logistics and has been on two deployments: Operation New Dawn (Iraq, 2011) and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan, 2013-2014). He was awarded the prestigious Bronze Star Medal for excellence in overall military performance. Hoang plays flag football, video games and enjoys working out. He likes to spend his free time mentoring young students and learning from other experienced professionals. Hoang chose the UT Dallas MBA program for its diverse student population, small class sizes, and the close alumni network.

Jared McDonald

Jared McDonald

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2017
jxm125830@utdallas.edu

Jared served in the US Marine Corps from 2008-2012 supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. During his service, Jared operated as a convoy commander and gained valuable logistics experience. After separating from the military, he attended and graduated from UTD with a BS of Business Administration and Biology. Jared loves exercising, competition, and debate. His favorite way to spend his time is with his family and friends playing games or sports. Jared chose the Full-time Cohort MBA experience because of the valuable professional development as well as the opportunity to throw himself wholeheartedly into the academics and environment.

Krystin McKee

Krystin McKee

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2017
kmm160130@utdallas.edu

Krystin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Communication from the University of Arkansas – Fayetteville in 2015. Prior to attending UT Dallas, she specialized in the lease-up and branding of new residential properties during early stages of development. Krystin has a passion for travelling; she recently returned to the US after living and studying in Spain post-graduation. She now works as project manager within a strategic-fundraising consulting group while pursuing her MBA with a concentration in Marketing. Krystin hopes to begin a career in brand management upon graduation from the Full-Time MBA program. She chose the UT Dallas MBA program for the supportive faculty, cohort and alumni networks that it offers.

Samantha (Lisong) Ma

Samantha (Lisong) Ma

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
lxm152230@utdallas.edu

After receiving a Master’s Degree in Construction Management from Tianjin University in 2008, Samantha worked at China Resources Land for two years, first as a cost control professional and then as a team leader in procurement and bidding. She then moved to Anhui Kingdom Group to explore the field of commercial real estate development. Her professional areas include analyzing and optimizing construction costs, contract negotiation, real estate project-sourcing and procurement, and budget forecasting. For her MBA, she is focusing on finance, supply chain management, and business analytics. Her post-MBA career plans include working at a consulting company in order to gain even more experience and eventually open her own construction-related consulting company. Samantha chose the UT Dallas MBA program for its location within Dallas’ growing business environment, for its intimate student population, for its stellar reputation within the field of supply chain management, and the competitive tuition pricing.

Shubhodeep Sengupta

Shubhodeep Sengupta

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2017
sxs162633@utdallas.edu

Shubhodeep received his Bachelor of Engineering in Information Science and Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bengaluru, India in 2009. He has worked with Cisco (formerly NDS) as software developer building user-interfaces for 7 years in the set-top-box industry, with UPC in Europe being his primary client. He has international work experience having worked in Paris, France for 1.3 years. His current focus is on Product Development in pursuit of which he chose to come back to academia and pursue his MBA. He chose UT Dallas for its small and diverse cohort, return on investment and a strong alumni network. His other passions include football(soccer), travelling (12 countries and counting), music and reading thrillers. He also firmly believes in social outreach and founded a club in his undergraduate that provided education to rural children in English and Computers.

Shobhit Gupta

Shobhit Gupta

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2017
sxg161430@utdallas.edu

Shobhit is from New Delhi, India and received his Bachelors of Engineering degree in electrical and electronics from Manipal Institute of technology, Karnataka and began working for IBM upon graduation. While working in the telecom industry, he had the opportunity to make an impact on the largest subscriber base across India (3rd largest across the world) with the highest quality products. He gained four years of experience in the technology and operations industry as a Quality Control Lead. With the help of the MBA, Shobhit wants to help grow businesses through analytical insights and optimized supply chain settings. He chose UT Dallas over four other American business schools because of the small size of the cohort program, fast turnover, and a high return on investment. Shobhit is focusing his electives within Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics and has a passion for lighting and illumination. He enjoys playing the drums, composing music, travelling and outdoor activities.

Vikas Ponnuru

Vikas Ponnuru

Full-Time MBA Program
Class of 2016
vxp153030@utdallas.edu

Vikas received his Bachelor of Business Administration in 2007 from the University of California at Riverside. He has 8 years of experience in marketing, consulting, and operations in diverse industries and international environments. As an entrepreneur, Vikas built and developed Generation India, an entertainment and production company that produced short movies and television shows. He also co-founded Emsquare, a company in India that handles marketing, promotions, and corporate events for Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses. Originally from California, Vikas enjoys dancing, running and watching movies. Vikas chose the UT Dallas MBA program for its diverse student body, impressive course offerings, and supportive administration.

Professional MBA Ambassadors


Brandon Wallace

Brandon Wallace

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
bsw160030@utdallas.edu

Brandon grew up in Arlington, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a minor in Business. While an undergraduate, he was a student worker at the university’s center for international outreach, and was also heavily involved in student leadership, service, and orientation organizations. After graduation, he began working on the land and royalty ownership side of the oil and gas industry with Devon Energy in Houston, Texas. Brandon spent a total of six years in Houston as a Division Order Analyst with Devon Energy and Apache Corporation before relocating to Dallas in 2015. He is currently a Senior Division Order Analyst with Merit Energy Corporation and is planning to concentrate in Energy Management or Finance. He chose to attend the UT Dallas Professional MBA Evening Cohort Program because of the professional focus of the program, the affordability, as well as the flexible and diverse options offered with the concentrations and joint degrees.

Carly Kowtun

Carly Kowtun

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
cgk160230@utdallas.edu

Carly received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Financial Consulting and minor in Sociology from Southern Methodist University in 2009.  Upon graduation, she entered a rotational program at Texas Instruments, concentrating on Accounting, Finance and Supply Chain Operations.  Carly has spent her time becoming a subject-matter-expert in supply chain operations remaining with the company for seven years and counting.  Outside of the office, she enjoys gardening, volunteering at The Dallas Humane Society, and building her Etsy business, SnazzyTabby.  Carly chose the UT Dallas MBA Program because of its renowned reputation in supply chain and operations management and will utilize the resources at UTD to become a well-rounded manager, ready to take on leadership opportunities in manufacturing and technology.

Chris Moden

Chris Moden

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2017
cxm110930@utdallas.edu

Originally from Sweden, Chris has also lived in Manila and New York in addition to spending a year as a foreign exchange student. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Texas Tech University in 2012, graduating with the recognition of Highest Ranking Senior. Chris is an avid world traveler and spends his vacations in various places around the globe, making connections and embracing new cultures. His professional career has been centered in eCommerce and Telecommunications. The UT Dallas MBA program provides him the chance to capitalize on a strong university network, as well as the means to springboard into a global role within his current company, Ericsson.

Cody Brown

Cody Brown

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2017
cxb153330@utdallas.edu

Since graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University in 2010, Cody has spent most of his post-baccalaureate time in Arkansas as an End User Account Manager for Rockwell Automation. Recently, he relocated back to Dallas to continue his career with this company in a role that requires him to focus on many of the large corporate customers in North Texas. In his spare time, Cody enjoys spending time outdoors, cheering on the Texas A&M Aggies, and volunteering at The Village Church in Plano. Cody decided to pursue his MBA at UT Dallas due to the close proximity to large corporations in North Texas, the dedicated staff and faculty in the program, and the diverse experience of the university.

Dan Howard

Dan Howard

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
dph160130@utdallas.edu

Dan graduated with Honors and Departmental Distinction from Southern Methodist University with a major in Economics, specialization in Financial Applications, and a minor in Statistics. Currently employed by Citigroup in their Irving Regional Office as Assistant Vice President of the Global Desktop Asset Management Strategy team, Dan manages process improvement projects to deliver on cost savings initiatives.  Dan is an avid triathlete and musician who enjoys reading and spending time with his wife and dog, Scooby.  Dan hopes that his MBA from UT Dallas will excel his career in business analytics, and open up further opportunities to make a strategic impact at his organization.

Janelle Manuel

Janelle Manuel

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2017
jsm150730@utdallas.edu

Janelle grew up in Lancaster, Texas and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Digital Media from Baylor University in 2011. In her undergraduate years, she was a member of several campus groups including the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Over the past five years, she has worked in digital marketing for a large software company as well as a hard-surface manufacturer with a focus on data-driven initiatives. She is a make-up enthusiast who enjoys cooking, event-planning, and watching films. Janelle chose the UT Dallas MBA program for its tech-focused, analytical approach to learning and business, and to connect with a diverse group of Dallas-area professionals.

Jared Lange

Jared Lange

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2017
jhl150130@utdallas.edu

Jared received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Economics and minor in Mathematics from Wabash College in 2008. Throughout his undergraduate studies, Jared was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He also played on the football team and took an immersion trip to Panama, where he played in a game against the National Panamanian football team. Since graduation, Jared has worked for Compass One Healthcare, a nationwide support services provider. He has implemented the Patient Transportation department in hospitals throughout the country, including Texas Health Dallas, Florida Hospital Tampa, Denver Children’s Hospital, and University of Arkansas Medical Sciences. Jared chose the UT Dallas Evening Cohort Program because of its renowned reputation in healthcare management, and hopes to advance his career into the field of healthcare consulting.

Kellen Flynn

Kellen Flynn

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
kxf160230@utdallas.edu

Kellen grew up in the southwest around Las Vegas, NV and Albuquerque, NM, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Arizona with a double major in Finance and Entrepreneurship in 2012. Since graduating, Kellen has worked for Texas Instruments where he is currently a Financial Planning Manager. His other roles have included financial analyst, management accountant and operations capacity analyst. In his spare time Kellen enjoys cheering on his Arizona Wildcats, snowboarding and the occasional game of golf. Kellen chose the UT Dallas MBA program because of the high quality of staff and faculty and experience fellow classmates bring to class.

Mike Watson

Mike Watson

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
Mike.Watson@UTDallas.edu

Mike is originally from the Dallas/Fort Worth area and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Dallas, Mike has been working toward building a professional network in his industry and establishing himself as an innovator through process management. Mike is a member of the Gradate Business Society (GBS) Student Organization and is seeking a certification in Lean Six Sigma. Mike chose UT Dallas for an MBA because of the school’s continuously growing reputation for business education and the approachable, supportive faculty who prepare students for success. Outside his professional career, Mike is a husband and father who enjoys spending free time with family and friends.

Ofek Levy

Ofek Levy

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2018
oxl063000@utdallas.edu

Native to Israel, Ofek moved to the United States in 2002 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in molecular biology and business administration from UT Dallas in 2011. In his undergraduate years, Ofek was involved in several campus and volunteer organizations, including serving several years in an officer position for health occupations students of America, and as a senator in the student government at the University of Texas at Dallas. After graduation, Ofek relocated to Houston, Texas where he worked as a research specialist at Fritz Industries. This led him to become a co-founder for the company Valor Chemicals alongside 3 additional partners, for which he assumed the position and is currently serving as Chief Technology Officer. In his personal time, Ofek works on hobbies such as becoming a semi-professional Argentine tango performer, as well as volunteering in various organizations with friends and family. Ofek chose the UT Dallas MBA program due to its distinguished reputation, and praising reviews regarding their program and teaching methods. Ofek plans to apply the knowledge he acquires to develop a strong network with professionals in the Dallas area, furthering his career and vision for the next generation in this industry.

Seth Orsborn

Seth Orsborn

Professional Flex MBA Program
sxo161330@utdallas.edu

Seth is an expert at navigating the fuzzy front end of the integrated new product development process: from opportunity identification to integrated prototyping for product approval. He brings a design attitude to user-centered methodologies for creating innovation. Seth has a strong aesthetic sensitivity combined with technical proficiency and believes that great design resides at the symbiosis of marketing strategy, engineering, and design with the intention of meeting the needs, wants, and desires of the user. Seth believes that pursuing inspiration, embracing ambiguity, and maintaining curiosity are necessary for discovering paths that lead to both disruptive and incremental innovations. Seth enrolled in the Full-Time MBA program at the University of Texas at Dallas to increase his leadership effectiveness and balance his design and innovation experience. He intends to pursue his passions in marketing, product planning, and innovation strategy within the automotive industry. Seth transferred in to the Professional Flex MBA Program after gaining full-time employment as a Senior Portfolio Planning Strategist with Toyota.

Sumit Dhawan

Sumit Dhawan

Professional Evening Cohort MBA Program
Class of 2017
sxd156630@utdallas.edu

Sumit received a degree in Mechanical Engineering from State College of Haryana, India in 2003. Since graduating, he has worked with Infosys Technologies Ltd., Birlasoft, and Tech Mahindra Ltd. While at these companies, he was exposed to a variety of different fields ranging from investment banking to media and telecom domains at UBS, GE USA, and AT&T USA. He has even helped launch the iPhone and iPad products into the US telecom market. Sumit is highly skilled in overseeing large work groups while still completing deliveries with zero defects. He has constructed several teams from the ground up and coached them to maturity in short timespans. Sumit picked the UT Dallas MBA program to sharpen his business astuteness and help him build a network with connections from a variety of backgrounds. He considers this journey to be one of his wisest choices and revels in associating himself with some of the brightest minds in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Samarth Neeraw

Samarth Neeraw

Professional Flex MBA Program
sxn147230@utdallas.edu

Samarth’s vision to change the world motivated him to pursue his MBA from The University of Texas at Dallas. Being a top MBA program in USA, a high return on investment, high quality faculty, state-of-the art infrastructure and a very diverse environment were other factors that solidified his decision to attend UT Dallas. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the highly prestigious BMS College of Engineering in Bangalore, which is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University. Samarth has over six years of professional experience in information technology, hospitality, and a traditional construction business. He is now focusing his MBA on Strategic Management and Corporate Finance. Samarth is very active in student groups including the Energy Associate Club in which he serves as Vice President of Internal Events. He is also an Executive Council Member of the Management Consulting Club. Samarth’s long term goal is to be an entrepreneur in order to help society in various social causes and to be an aristocratic human being.