Graduate Finance Students Explore Schneeberg
Adjunct instructor Robert Senz’ FINC 5210 – Investments – course presented their final projects while on an excursion to Schneeberg, a well-known mountain south of Vienna in Lower Austria. After taking the ‘Salamander’ train from Puchberg up the mountain, they visited the Fischerhütte (2,049 m.) before giving their project presentations at the Damböckhaus. Students also completed their final, oral exam while hiking to and from the Fischerhütte. The excursion was a great way for students to see some of the Austrian countryside while demonstrating what they had learned over the course of the summer term in their Investments course.