"I chose Pace because it is located in the greatest financial hub in the world and does a wonderful job at making it easy for students to take advantage of this resource."
– Josh De Leon, Class of 2018

I am a Business Economics major in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences with a double minor in Statistics and Quantitative Business Analysis (Lubin), a unique combination of three subjects that interest me. I chose Pace because it is located in the greatest financial hub in the world and does a wonderful job at making it easy for students to take advantage of this resource.  As an intern at a financial consulting firm called Prospect 33, I was able to gain hands on experience in the investment banking sector.  Another highlight of my academic experience and a dream come true has been traveling to China as part of one of my courses. Since the Dyson economics program is small, I have also established a one-on-one relationship with my professors. This spring, presented my research as part of the Provost Office’s Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research initiative at the Eastern Economics Association Conference. Upon graduation, I see myself working in the financial sector and pursuing a graduate degree in Financial Economics

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