Molloy Business Trading Room
Molloy's state-of-the-art Wall Street Trading Room is designed to provide the foundation for multi-faceted learning opportunities. The room replicates the trading floors in investment banks, market exchanges and hedge funds on Wall Street. It serves as a business lab and classroom space for our Business students.
The room is equipped with several Bloomberg terminals and real-time stock quotes to provide students with the resources to learn real-world investment skills, so they can construct an investment portfolio with real money. In addition, the lab is equipped with various business software applications and up-to-date technology to enhance teaching and presenting information.
Bloomberg Market Concepts Certificate
Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) is an eight-hour self-paced, e-learning course that provides a visual introduction to the financial markets.
BMC consists of four modules - Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities - woven together from Bloomberg data, news, analytics and television. By taking BMC, learners familiarize themselves with the industry-standard service through four heavily interconnected modules. Learners receive a certificate of completion after finishing all modules which can be used as a micro-credential on their résumés. All Molloy registered students will be able to access and complete the certificate at the terminals located in the Trading Room and/or the adjacent smaller Bloomberg Room. There is no cost for accessing the BMC from the designated terminals.
NOTE: Bloomberg offers the option of accessing BMC remotely, rather than using the on-campus Bloomberg terminal. However, the remote option costs $149. and you would be responsible for that cost. You can register at https://talentsearch.bloomberginstitute.com/sign_up. Be sure to use your lions.molloy.edu email.Click here for the Bloomberg Guide
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