During the week of March 21, advising is taking place on the Marquette campus. Many freshmen and sophomore students that are considering the Applied Investment Management program are seeking answers to questions about AIM.
AIM program director, Dr. David Krause, said "We have a section on the AIM web site devoted to frequently asked questions. Prospective AIM students are encouraged to check out the FAQs during and after advising week." These can be accessed on the web site at: http://business.marquette.edu/centers-and-programs/aimp-faqs
The AIM curriculum and academic requirements are located at: http://business.marquette.edu/centers-and-programs/aimp-requirements. "I look forward to meeting with the freshmen and sophomore students interested in the AIM program," Dr. Krause commented. "It is important that students enroll for the necessary courses in order to be eligible for the AIM program."
"The most frequently asked questions are about applying to the AIM program," Dr. Krause said. "Students apply to the AIM program during the fall semester of their junior year and notification of acceptance occurs during the fall semester. Acceptance into the AIM Program is highly competitive." Acceptance is based on the following:
· Resume and Letters of Reference
· Declared Finance major
· Application Essay
· Grades earned by the beginning of the fall semester of the junior year (GPA ≥ 3.0)