Career Focus: QAMO
Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations (QAMO) majors build analytical, technical and problem-solving skills by utilizing game theory and econometrics to answer real-world questions. Students learn strategic direction and in-depth analysis to a range of problems.
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Explore the Major
- Undergraduate program curriculum and criteria
- Interested in applying for this major? Contact QAMO Director Ken Aoki at Ken.Aoki@Eccles.Utah.edu.
- Looking for an internship or job? Check out available opportunities on Handshake.
- Sample Resume
Top 5: Industries
Last year, our Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations (QAMO) graduates found their careers in several industries, including:
- Financial Services
Top 5: States
Last year, our Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations (QAMO) graduates found jobs throughout the nation, including:
- New York
- Washington DC
Shannon Mcnatt, Analyst, Lucid Software
“In the spring of 2017, I was an Econ major with a minor in business, when my roommate came home from class espousing the virtues of QAMO, a new major the David Eccles School of Business was launching. At her suggestion, I scheduled a meeting with Scott Schaefer and was immediately intrigued by the combination of Business and Economics, and the major’s analytics focus. Looking back, deciding to pursue QAMO was the best decision I ever made. It pushed me to be my best academically, opened doors I never imagined, and built relationships that I will cherish for a lifetime.”
MacIntyre Wilson, Healthcare Strategy Intern, University of Utah Health
“I have three main reasons that I joined QAMO. First, I like helping people. Second, I like data and problem solving, and by that, I don’t mean that I want to lock myself in a room and stare at spreadsheets all day! I love combining the first two reasons and help people understand data and what it can do in their lives. I find that I am good at taking complex ideas and simplifying them so that others can more easily understand them. Finally, I love to learn! If I didn’t have to worry about supporting myself and a future family, then I would likely stay in school my whole life. I feel that QAMO, and careers available to QAMO students, allows for perpetual learning.”