I have a bachelors in accounting and worked in corporate tax for most of my career after my Bachelors. I am now taking an interest in mathematics and thought that the best blend of both business/accounting and mathematics would be quantitative finance. In the company I work for, they are giving me an opportunity to take a 1 week training in six sigma and take a test and do a project, at which point I can continue the six sigma training at the next level, take that test, and do 3 projects, all of which involve heavy duty statistics used as a tool to come out to results and resolutions for problems in processes for departments throughout the company. This would probably be the jist of my finance experience. But if I have the masters in Quant. Finance, do you think I would be successful in a career that falls under that graduate programs study? Please let me know what my chances are. Thanks.
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