Graduate School of Banking / GSB
(608) 243-1945 -- Graduate School of Banking
(800) 755-6440 -- Toll free
5315 Wall Street, Suite 280
Madison, WI 53718-7965
The Graduate School of Banking (GSB) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, technically separate from UW-Madison. It is sponsored by the Central States Conference of Bankers Associations. The chief officer of each of the 18 member associations, along with representatives of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, serve on the GSB Board of Trustees, the governing body of GSB.
In addition, the GSB Banker Advisory Board consists of banking leaders who are alumni of the school and endorse the program, and serve as advisors to GSB on curriculum, marketing, and leadership development issues.
GSB's Graduate School program provides a comprehensive course of study covering industry and management subjects designed to prepare mid and upper level financial services managers for positions of greater responsibility in their organizations. The program covers subjects such as: leadership, management, and operation of a financial services organization in an environment of competitive, regulatory, and technological change.
The GSB Online Seminar Series offers programs that are designed to meet the dynamic learning needs of today's busy financial professional and are delivered by some of today's top industry experts. When registered for a live program, students gain one connection into the live presentation, unlimited access to the recording for 90 days following completion of the seminar and all handout materials.
Many programs are offered, including Graduate School of Banking, Financial Managers School, Issues and Strategies for Family Owned Banks, Bank Technology Management School, Human Resource Management School, and Bank Management Forums. Dates can be found on the website.
For more information about GSB programs and to request materials, visit the website listed above.