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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BANKING

AT LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

2019 Session: MAY 19—31

70 Years

Banking Education Experience

16,166

Successful Graduates

51 Faculty Members

working for you

190 hrs

of Classroom Instruction

Discover Baton Rouge

The best place to build your career

FEATURES:

  • FACULTY – Leading Bankers Teaching Bankers
  • CURRICULUM – Real and Applicable Topics
  • ACTIVE LEARNING – Bank Simulation

BENEFITS:

  • Gain deeper KNOWLEDGE and understanding of major banking functions
  • OPPORTUNITY for advancement to helps further your career in banking
  • NETWORK of contacts with relationships that last a lifetime

Faculty

Leading Bankers,
Educators and
Consultants teaching
future innovators.

Curriculum

A real and applicable
educational experience with
active learning through
bank simulation

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TESTIMONIALS

WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT US…

The Graduate School of Banking at LSU has become a mainstay of training for examiners at the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions. For years, we have looked to GSB to help take and keep our exam program at a high level.

Greg Gonzales
Greg GonzalesTennessee Commissioner of Financial Institutions

By the time I graduated, I knew that I was leaving GSBLSU with not only a stronger knowledge of all aspects of banking, but also leaving with friendships that I will value throughout my banking career and for a long time after my career has ended.

Lauren Burns
Lauren BurnsAssistant VP, The Evangeline Bank and Trust Company
Vice President, Class of 2018

The Graduate School of Banking at LSU really prepares oneself for the everchanging financial world. The wide variety of class topics, along with the flexible electives, and popular bank simulation gives a great overall understanding that can be tailored to any bank setting throughout our country.

Doug Haehl
Doug HaehlExecutive VP, Citizens Bank of Lafayette
Advisory Council, Class of 2018

The school stressed knowledge, competence, relationships, community involvement, and humble leadership. The remaining two years further solidified my relationships with professors and students, continued to deepen my theoretical and practical knowledge of banking, and culminated in applying all we learned in a two-week bank simulation.

Don Hillbish
Don HillbishVice President, C&F Bank
President, Class of 2018

I believe graduating from GSBLSU is a vital component in progressing through my banking career.  This is where I want to be.  The caliber, prestige and expectations of the program are something I am proud to embrace and be a part of.

Ashley Yancey
Ashley YanceyVP, Bank of North Carolina
President, Class of 2017

The school has far surpassed what I thought it was going to give me.  Lasting relationships. The incredible network of bankers and vendors to bankers. If you have any questions, your network is like having a banking rolodex that you couldn’t compile in 100 years.

Casey Christopher
Casey ChristopherFirst Vice President, CenterState Bank
Advisory Council, Class of 2015

Through my experience at GSBLSU, I have made lifelong friendships and invaluable business contacts.

Kelly Davis
Kelly DavisSenior Examiner, FDIC
Advisory Council, Class of 2015

The Graduate School of Banking at LSU taught me so many lessons that I could apply to my day-to-day life immediately.  I truly appreciate this school for the instruction and direction, and I truly appreciate my bank for investing in my future.

John Naughton
John NaughtonVP, Commercial Lender, First Community Bank

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