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Burdin Hickok

Burdin Hickok

Adjunct Instructor

Burdin Hickok is an adjunct instructor within the Division of Business Programs where he teaches courses in corporate finance, the financial markets and macroeconomics. He has held professional financial markets positions with top tier New York investment banks including Lehman Brothers, Swiss Bank and Bankers Trust; and was the chief economist for an emerging minority owned investment bank. Mr. Hickok served for three years in Iraq as an economic advisor to the U.S. Department of State and the Government of Iraq. While serving in Iraq he received the State Department’s Superior Honor Award and the Expeditionary Diplomacy Award. Mr. Hickok continues as a guest contributor on CNBC and World Finance Magazine where he discusses the crisis in the Middle East and impacts on global markets.

Past Courses

Global Business Leadership Program

This English language and cultural training program provides the skills necessary to succeed in today’s global business environment.

Introduction to Financial Markets

This introduction to the securities markets provides the foundation needed for the study of finance.

Macroeconomic Principles in Finance

Acquire a foundation in current economic thought, and build competency in macroeconomic principles.

Global Business Leadership II

This English language program provides college-aged students with the skills necessary to succeed in today’s global business environment.