Graduate School of Banking
Stonier Graduate School of Banking, sponsored by the American Bankers
Association, was established in 1935.
It offers a three-year course for bankers at the policy-making
level, providing advanced education in the history, theory, and economics
of banking to assist bank officers in making policy and administrative
qualify for graduation, each student must complete three summer sessions
at the school, which meets for annual two-week summer sessions on the
campus of Rutgers University, plus two years of extension study at home.
The student must also write a thesis based on original research
on some phase of finance. The
thesis requirement is designed to train "S.G.S.B.´graduates in organized
thinking and expression of ideas, and also to afford continuing exploration
into the field of banking. Three
major subjects are offered: commercial
banking, trusts, and savings management and real estate financing.
During the day sessions, students concentrate on their selected
major; eveing sessions are devoted to courses required of all students.
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