March 6, 2008
SS&C’s Zoologic ”MBA Essentials Curriculum” Selected By Rutgers Business School
SS&C Technologies, Inc. (www.ssctech.com), a global provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, today announced that Rutgers Business School has partnered with SS&C's Zoologic Learning Solutions to offer its MBA Essentials program to all full-time MBA students. Rutgers Business School has implemented its new full-time MBA curriculum and now offers the MBA Essentials program to all students enrolled in the Rutgers Business School program.
"We are very excited to offer Zoologic's MBA Essentials program," said Glenn Berman, Assistant Dean for Admissions of Rutgers Business School. "The knowledge gained by the Zoologic courses will provide our students greater flexibility and enable them to take a deeper approach into our core curriculum."
Rutgers Business School is able to offer a more rigorous MBA curriculum knowing that students are entering with a higher knowledge base. In addition, the MBA Essentials program enables faculty to better assess incoming students and determine the courses they can waive.
"The ability to provide students a better opportunity for success is the primary benefit of our Zoologic MBA Essentials program," said Bill Stone, Chairman and CEO, SS&C Technologies, Inc. "We are very proud to partner with Rutgers Business School and be part of their new full-time MBA curriculum."
Rutgers Business School's MBA graduates will benefit from rigorous training that provides them with critical-thinking skills, specialized knowledge, and the creative ability to shape that knowledge to fit particular managerial challenges they face in their careers.
About SS&C Technologies, Inc.
SS&C delivers investment and financial management software and related services focused exclusively on the financial services industry. By leveraging expertise in common investment business functions, SS&C cost-effectively serves clients in the different industry segments, including: 1) insurance entities and pension funds, 2) institutional asset management, 3) hedge funds and family offices, 4) financial institutions, 5) municipal finance, 6) real estate property management, 7) commercial lending and 8) corporate treasury. Additional information is available at www.ssctech.com.
About Rutgers Business School
Founded in 1929, Rutgers Business School--Newark and New Brunswick (RBS) offers extensive undergraduate and graduate business programs on the Newark and New Brunswick campuses of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. RBS is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report, Business Week and The Wall Street Journal.