In a previous blog post, Solomon Exam Prep announced a new partnership with the University of North Carolina at Pembroke’s School of Business. Fall 2021 marks the first term that UNC Pembroke is using Solomon Exam Prep’s SIE curriculum in one of its courses. For the past seven weeks, students have been studying online with the Solomon SIE Total Package, which includes the Study Guide, Exam Simulator, Audiobook, Video Lecture, and Flashcards.
The new 14-week course, Financial Trading, is being taught by Mohammad Rahman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance, who reports:
“University of North Carolina at Pembroke school of Business started offering a new minor in ‘Trading’. As part of that, FIN 3300 (Financial Trading) has been offered in Fall 2021 for the first time. I am using Solomon SIE exam prep tools for the class. The students are tremendously benefitting from using all the tools starting with study guide, exam simulation and other resources. I hope this will allow our students to get the SIE certification and make a positive difference in their life.”
Mohammad Rahman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance
Solomon Exam Prep can tailor its SIE curriculum to fit any course, including credit and non-credit courses, as part of a current course such as Finance or Capital Markets, or as a self-study program. The Solomon platform works equally well for in-person, hybrid, and online courses. And no matter what kind of course it is, instructors receive access to the Instructor Portal, class slides, quizzes and exams, a custom study schedule, and QwizBang, Solomon’s interactive game platform.
Join institutions such as the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of Delaware, Adelphi University, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Seton Hall University, Ohio Dominican University, Georgetown University, Widener University, and University of Dallas in partnering with Solomon.
To learn more about the ways colleges and universities can partner with Solomon, visit the website or contact Beth Hamilton, Higher Education Development Manager, at email@example.com or 503-601-0212.