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Bachelor of Science in Finance
Finance pulls together issues of income, expenditures and risk that organizations analyze when making complex decisions. Finance programs at the UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management provide students with the quantitative, analytical and problem-solving skills in high demand across the corporate, government and nonprofit sectors.
Careers in Finance
Graduates seek careers as analysts or consultants. The bachelor’s degree in finance prepares students to take the Chartered Financial Analyst Level 1 examination as well as fulfill some of the educational coursework requirements to sit for the Certified Financial Planner Certification Examination. These certificates are important to those with careers in investment management or personal financial planning. A double major is offered in conjunction with the economics degree program to students interested in a more analytical career.
All Jindal School undergraduate students must complete an internship and 100 hours of community service in order to graduate. The Jindal School’s fully staffed Career Management Center (CMC), working in tandem with the University’s Career Center, helps students prepare for and seek internships, as well as post-graduation employment. The school’s Undergraduate Programs office directs and coordinates the community service requirement.
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Finance at UT Dallas
A 120-hour curriculum leads to a degree in finance. All undergraduate degrees require a core of 42 hours. In the core courses, students learn theories and analytical techniques that can be applied to the functional areas of business, such as finance and marketing. Students are exposed to the international dimensions of business and to social and political factors that impact business behavior. Elective courses provide students with in-depth knowledge of corporate finance and investment.
A capstone course in strategic management allows students to solve real-world business problems. Students are also required to take courses outside the Naveen Jindal School of Management to broaden their educational experience in preparation for leadership roles as professionals and/or managers. The program provides students with training in financial decision-making, access to a Finance Trading Lab and a speaker series that features distinguished researchers from other universities.
Finance students can pursue a specialized track, including:
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Mathematics
- Personal Financial Planning
- Real Estate Investment Management
- Risk Management and Insurance
Living Learning Community
The Naveen Jindal School Living Learning Community is a special opportunity for incoming freshmen interested in pursuing a business degree. Living Learning Community students live together in on-campus housing, attend classes together and participate as a group in social activities.
For information, contact the JSOM Undergraduate Office at [email protected] .
Management Honors Program
The Davidson Management Honors Program (DMHP) gives select undergraduate students the opportunity to enhance their experience in the Naveen Jindal School of Management. DMHP students receive opportunities to improve their leadership skills and work closely with UT Dallas professors. DMHP benefits include:
- Smaller class sizes.
- Community service events.
- Travel opportunities.
- Professional development events.
- Honor notation on diploma.
Fast-Track Options in the Jindal School
All undergraduate degrees in the Jindal School offer a fast-track option. These programs allow students to earn up to 12 credit hours that can be applied toward a master’s degree. Students with qualifying grades begin the fast-track option in their senior year of their undergraduate program. Fast-track programs require careful course selection and dedication, but can open up opportunities for students who complete the program.
About the Naveen Jindal School of Management
The largest of the seven schools at UT Dallas, the Naveen Jindal School of Management offers a full complement of programs at the undergraduate, graduate and executive levels. The Jindal School’s mission is to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, technology-driven, global society by partnering with the business community to:
- Conduct knowledge-enhancing management research.
- Deliver high-quality management education to a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students and practicing executives.
- Develop, innovate and continuously improve programs advancing management education and practice.
World-renowned faculty, innovative curriculum and outstanding students have helped the Naveen Jindal School of Management receive national and international recognition. See recent rankings for the Jindal School.
Bachelor of Science: Accounting , business administration , finance , global business , healthcare management , human resource management , information technology and systems , marketing , supply chain management and analytics
Master of Science: Accounting , business analytics , energy management , finance , financial engineering and risk management , healthcare leadership and management , information technology and management , innovation and entrepreneurship , international management studies , management science , marketing , supply chain management , systems engineering and management
Master of Business Administration: Master of business administration
Executive MBA: Executive MBA (with concentrations in healthcare leadership and management for physicians, product lifecycle and supply chain management and project management), global leadership MBA
Executive Master of Science: Healthcare leadership and management , management science (with concentrations in project management, and leadership and organizational development program), supply chain management , systems engineering and management *
Doctor of Philosophy: Business administration , international management studies , management science
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Whether you’re a prospective undergraduate who’s interested in business, a mid- to senior-level executive, or a future researcher — Jindal School is the right place for you.
The Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas offers nine Bachelor of Science degree programs (all requiring 120 semester credit hours) and prepares students for the world of business and best practices. These nine Bachelor of Science programs are listed in the left and top navigation menus.
- BS Accounting
- BS Business Administration
- BS Business Analytics (STEM)
- BS Global Business
- BS Healthcare Management
- BS Human Resource Management
- BS Information Technology & Systems (STEM)
- BS Marketing
- BS Supply Chain Management (STEM)
- Davidson Management Honors Program
The Naveen Jindal School of Management offers many innovative MS programs for individuals seeking to enhance their careers. Our MS programs represent an outstanding educational value, offering a private school setting and class sizes at state university prices. Since most master’s students at UT Dallas already are fully employed, classes are offered in the evening to accommodate work schedules.
- MS Accounting
- MS Business Analytics (STEM)
- MS Energy Management
- MS Finance (STEM)
- MS Financial Technology & Analytics (STEM)
- MS Healthcare Leadership & Management
- MS Information Technology & Management (STEM)
- MS Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- MS International Management Studies
- MS Management Science (STEM)
- MS Marketing
- MS Supply Chain Management (STEM)
- MS Systems Engineering & Management (STEM)
The Full-Time MBA is a full-time experience that will allow you time to really research what you want to do and engage in that world with companies, alumni, and faculty. The Professional MBA formats make an MBA possible for everyone, regardless of your work schedule, family commitments, or previous degree. Learn more about how you can customize a program to meet your needs. The Executive MBA is designed for people with professional business experience, and similarly the Global Leadership MBA is designed for working professionals and can be completed online.
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- Executive MBA
- Global Leadership MBA
The mission of the business PhD programs at the Naveen Jindal School of Management in International Management Studies and Management Science is to deliver the most advanced education in such areas of specialization. Both programs develop strong research and scholarly skills in their students and place graduates in academic, research and industry positions.
The DBA combines the application focus of an EMBA program with the advanced research focus of a Ph.D. program. In this program, participants study and apply advanced research methodologies and analytic techniques to complex business problems.
Master the knowledge, skills and tools required to lead in our increasingly competitive global economy. Executive Education at UT Dallas has the faculty expertise to help you become a global leader in business management, leadership education, and executive development.
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The Jindal School offers certificates through its master’s degree programs, executive education programs and centers and institutes. Certificates are available in two formats, Academic and Professional (non-credit). Students with a university degree may pursue academic certificates for academic credit, and students with or without a college degree may pursue non-credit professional certificates.
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One Master’s in Finance. Two ways to get it.
The Master of Science in Finance (MS FIN) is a 36 semester credit hour, STEM-designated degree program (12-24 months) at the Naveen Jindal School of Management that provides students with the practical and theoretical knowledge needed by finance professionals. Students learn the quantitative skills required to analyze financial information, make financial decisions and valuations, select and analyze portfolios and manage risk. MS Finance students also gain proficiency in spreadsheets, databases and other technological skills needed to evaluate financial data.
The School offers two options for students: Master’s in Finance and Master’s in Finance Cohort . Both programs offer the same high quality degree with mentoring and access to numerous student resources.
The MS Finance program at UT Dallas was ranked 15th in the 2022 rankings by TFE times .
Master’s in Finance (STEM)
- Start any semester: fall, spring or summer
- Full time or part time program
- Completion time varies, see degree page for more
- Choose electives and concentrations to tailor the program to your career needs.
- Prepare for professional certifications, including the CFA®
Master’s in Finance Cohort (STEM)
- Start in Summer (mid-July)
- Full time program
- Complete in 1 year
- Cohort program designed to develop leaders in professional finance
- Train for the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA®) certification exams
The Financial Analyst concentration is a CFA® (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute University Recognized Program*.
* CFA® is a registered trademark owned by the CFA Institute .
The Real Estate program is a partner with the CCIM Institute (Certified Commercial Investment Member) . This allows students a fast track route toward receiving the recognized CCIM designation.
MS Finance Program Advantages: Develop your Financial and Leadership Skills
Build leadership skills in clubs and organizations, including the Financial Leadership Association, Graduate Finance Management Council, the Real Estate Club, and the Energy Association – UT Dallas.
The Career Management Center offers workshops to develop resume and interviewing skills, as well as internship and job placement assistance.
Develop your skills through contests and competitions, including the CFA® Institute Research Challenge and the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) competition, as well as competitions through the Finance Lab
Learn from world-renowned faculty who have published in all of the top finance journals (including The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, The Review of Financial Studies and others) and won numerous best paper prizes.
The Finance Lab allows you to develop financial trading skills and access electronic business databases, including Thomson Reuters Eikon, Bloomberg, S&P Capital IQ, SDC Platinum, Morningstar Direct and Wharton Research Data Services. Compete in trading competitions held during the year for prizes and money.
Experience investing money in the market through the student-run investment fund .
The Business Communication Center can help you improve your written and spoken communication skills.
If you are highly qualified, you can apply for a graduate scholarship .
Master’s in Finance Student Testimonials
Shermin Kadiwala , Class of ’19
Audit Analyst, AIG
I’m very grateful to be a part of the MS in Finance Flex program! The program gave me a wonderful opportunity to develop my quantitative skill set with myriad resources available for finance graduates seeking to advance their careers.
Bachelor’s, master’s or phd in finance, bachelor’s degree program.
Build the skills to do rigorous analysis of financial information through various courses in managerial economics and financial analysis. These skills are in high demand across the corporate world and prized in government and not-for-profit sectors.
Master’s Degree Programs
Find the finance graduate degree that matches your interests. See a brief summary of each degree or click a program below for more information.
PhD Concentration in Finance
Develop strong research skills that are especially relevant for students interested in an academic career. Research seminars are held weekly, and each year the finance area sponsors a speaker series to bring researchers from other universities to UT Dallas.
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Explore the UT Dallas BS in Business Analytics Degree Plan
The Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics at the Naveen Jindal School of Management requires 120 semester credit hours to complete the program. For the latest information about academic degree plans, course catalogs and course information, please visit the BS in Business Analytics page of the UT Dallas Undergraduate Catalog for the most updated curriculum details.
Degree Plan Highlights – BS in Business Analytics
“SCH” indicates “Semester Credit Hours.”
Core Curriculum Requirements*
42 semester credit hours
69 semester credit hours
9 semester credit hours
Time to Completion
4 years full time
*These details apply to the 2022 catalog. Catalogs from previous years are available online at the main UT Dallas Catalog page. Please contact the JSOM Academic Advising Office if you have further questions. See catalog for course requirements.
BS in Business Analytics Tracks
See Business Analytics Guided Electives in the UT Dallas catalog for course requirements for each track.
The Marketing Analytics Track focuses on finding patterns and valuable actionable insights from marketing data such as retail transaction data or social media platforms. This includes identifying trends, analyzing customer feedback and understanding customer behavior to best target future marketing efforts for businesses to drive profitability. See Marketing Analytics Track courses in the catalog listing.
The Operations and Supply Chain Management Track focuses on using analytics to make data-driven decisions to improve operational efficiency and manage supply chain distribution for business across various domains and industries. See Operations and Supply Chain Management Track courses in the catalog listing.
The Finance and Risk Analytics Track is recommended for students interested in using analytics to aide financial institutions by providing data-driven solutions to manage risk and how to use quantitative models. See Finance and Risk Analytics Track courses in the catalog listing.
The Finance and Risk Analytics Track focuses on using analytics to aide financial institutions to measure and mitigate against multitude of risks and optimize on financial performance by providing data-driven solutions using advanced quantitative modeling techniques. See Information Technology Track courses in the catalog listing.
The Data Science Track focuses on advancing the knowledge of data analytics into more complex fundamentals of statistical modeling for machine learning and artificial intelligence applications in business. See Data Science Track courses in the catalog listing.
Business Analytics Capstone Course
All business analytics students are required to complete a project-based capstone course. Students work in teams to apply the skills and concepts they have learned throughout the program to complete a company-sponsored project. Their ability to apply what they have learned and explore new possibilities drives the success of the project. Students work directly with company sponsors, faculty members and their peers.
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Get Your BS in Global Business at UT Dallas
Prepare for a career in a multinational corporation by learning the fundamental concepts of international business and cross-cultural communication.
Gain an International Perspective
The Naveen Jindal School of Management offers the Bachelor of Science in Global Business for students who want meaningful instruction in the practice of running businesses around the world.
Global business majors get hands-on experience with companies that operate on a global scale and classes taught by experts in diverse areas of worldwide enterprise. Our students can experience culture around the world by completing a required international experience, which can be a semester studying abroad, a JSOM-led trip course, or an international internship.
Choose a general Global Business degree plan or specialize your skillset with one of the six concentrations available.
Learn how to identify and solve global business challenges and effectively communicate across cultural lines and major in global business at UT Dallas.
Arjun Daru , BS’19
Credit Risk Analyst, Jack Henry & Associates
The best part of the Global Business program at UT Dallas is how much exposure you get to other countries and cultures.
Carlos Rodriguez Cruz y Celis
Highlight – studied abroad at the Vienna University of Economics and Business
Carlos challenges himself to solve problems that are global in nature. He chose the Bachelor’s in Global Business because he wants a global perspective that will prepare him to provide solutions to current and future challenges in the world.
Ann Matthew, BS’18
Senior Consultant, A-LIGN
I discovered the BS Global Business program at the Jindal School of Management in high school when researching reputable business schools.
Cezar de Paula , BS’17
International Payroll Specialist, LATAM at Expedia Group
The BS Global Business program was the perfect fit for my educational goals. After I started my courses, I found the program far exceeded my expectations.
Erva Kan , BS’17
Analyst, Investment Office of Turkey
Looking back, the Regional Desks Program was beneficial and a good stepping stone for entering the workforce.
Trysten Henderson, BS’17
J.D. Candidate, The University of Texas of Law
The Global Business program has also changed how I communicate and solve problems in my personal and professional life.
Navar Shad, BS’15
Senior Associate, Strategy
My experience at the Jindal School may have helped build a foundation as a professional.
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The Bachelor of Science in Global Business degree program helps students understand how businesses operate in global markets and how nations, firms and individuals are interdependent with one another. The program enables individuals and organizations to acquire the art of negotiation and communication skills in a global business environment. As firms and jobs in search of cost-comparative advantage and entry to new markets cross borders, global business grads become attractive for international assignments and internships. Look at our Global Business Roadmap to get a picture of how your next four years might look.
A Program Designed for Global Success
When you choose the Global Business major, you expand your skillset beyond borders and prepare for success in businesses across the world.
Our program gives students the opportunity to work with partner universities around the world for incredible study abroad programs. We offer a variety of foreign language classes to improve your cross-cultural communication skills and sharpen your résumé. A variety of internship options overseas await our students interested in working abroad.
Get involved on campus as a global business major and broaden your horizons for success.
Juan Sepulveda III
Field Study, Tokyo, Japan
Today was a long and eventful day. We took three flights to get to Osaka, and a bus ride to get to Nara. I have been up for about two days straight, considering we crossed the International Date Line. Our first flight was through United Airlines, and we had a 5-hour layover in Houston. While in Houston, I grabbed some coffee at the airport Starbucks and book by Neil Gaiman entitled American Gods. During the layover, I tried to close my eyes for a bit and watch some Netflix using the free Wi-Fi. During the 13-hour flight to Narita Airport in Tokyo, I spent a great deal of time reading about half of the book I purchased in Houston. My classmate and I were uncertain about the video on demand service, and thought the inflight videos cost money due to the credit card reader on the side of the remote, so we decided not to even bother with extra cost. Read full story.
Intern, Talking Tables, London, England
My international internship in London this year has been the most enjoyable and educational summer yet. On its own, two months in London itself is amazing. But I had the opportunity to work with some of the best people I possibly could. They helped me realize my potential as an individual in the workplace and out. For me, this was my first experience in a workplace that trusted me enough to let me learn by doing. Every time I was assigned a task, whoever was responsible for the task would patiently explain what they wanted done, how to do it, and why they do it that way. This way, I was able to learn various software experience and hone my skills in working in an international company. Read full story.
Intern, Best Way Travel, Cairo, Egypt
Best Way Travel, located in the heart of Cairo, Egypt, is one of the leading travel agencies in the country since 2004. This travel and tourism agency is specialized in handling inbound tours from a wide range of countries around the world, i.e. Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, and Tanzania. Best Way Travel aims to provide their clients with a combination of comfort, convenience, as well as security without emptying their bank accounts. In addition to providing excellent service at an affordable price, this agency also customized personalized holiday packages for both individuals and groups of people. Read full story.
Intern, Wellness Telecom, Seville, Spain
This summer I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity participate in GlobalEd’s internship program and intern at Wellness Telecom in Seville, Spain. Wellness Telecom is a telecommunications company that works with new technologies in order to build a better, more efficient, and better connected world with innovative technological solutions. The company works in four lines of business: Telecommunication and IT Systems, Cloud Computing, Smart Cities and R & D. I interned under the international development division, which allowed me to build upon my marketing skills. The GlobalEd program not only placed me at my internship, but placed me in intensive Spanish course that provided me with a beginner level in Spanish. Read full story.
Intern, The Design House, Dublin, Ireland
I am a marketing and global business double major hence being a marketing intern in a foreign country was something I had planned to do in my freshman year at UT Dallas. Getting accepted into the international internship program to Dublin, Ireland and being a marketing intern at a fashion house, The Design House Dublin was a dream come true. My entire experience at The Design House and Dublin was knowledgeable and fun. Read full story.
A Competitive Advantage for Your Region of Choice
Our students can focus on the region/country they are most interested in and target their efforts through our programs.
Choose a part of the world based on your interests and foreign-language fluency and get the specialized training to become a global leader upon graduation.
Select a second major, minor or a concentration from a wide range of fields and prepare yourself for business success in North Texas and beyond.
Bachelor’s in Global Business Blogs and News
Discover how Global Business faculty are researching, publishing, speaking and engaging in the business community. The authors of these articles also include Global Business students, staff and friends.
JSOM Students Gravitate to Foundations of Risk Analytics
Jindal School Junior Wins Collegiate Marketer of the Year Award
A marketing and global business junior recently won the 2021 Collegiate Marketer of the Year Award from the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the American Marketing Association. Jindal School students have earned the award eight times in the last decade.
Lifetime Award Honors Associate Dean’s Achievements
A lifetime achievement award from the DFW Alliance of Women and Technology recognizes Associate Dean Diane McNulty’s enduring commitment to elevating women, assisting the alliance and serving UT Dallas and the Jindal School.
Jindal School Webinar Highlights Business Sustainability Strategies
Conservation, rethinking consumption and reducing the carbon footprint were three tactics speakers at a recent Sustainable Global Business Initiative webinar mentioned in discussing their companies’ sustainability strategies.
Jindal School Inaugurates Undergraduate Deans Conference
The Jindal School recently held a new conference convening assistant and associate deans of undergraduate business school programs. More than 80 universities were represented, and the deans discussed ways to improve programs and student experiences.
Donor Scholarships Launch Brighter Futures for Jindal School Students
This academic year, donor scholarships have provided Jindal School students nearly a half-million dollars in assistance. The scholarships bridge a money gap or provide a springboard to achievement, and they help students reach educational goals.
Welcome Back: Be Sure to Raise Your (Virtual) Hand
Welcome to fall semester, Jindal School students. You have many options to learn and many opportunities to shine. Whether in class in person or attending online, Senior Associate Dean Monica Powell encourages your participation.
Undergraduate Team Wins Real Estate Competition Despite Pandemic Challenges
The financially feasible creative thinking a team of Jindal School undergraduates used to win a real estate case competition stayed a step ahead of the COVID-19 effect on the market.
Business Leadership Group Phi Beta Lambda Pivots — and Prevails — at State
The Texas division of Phi Beta Lambda had to find a way to do its annual state conference virtually this year. Despite the difficulties involved, UT Dallas competitors showed their Comet spirit and scored more than 20 top finishes.
A Message from Jindal School Dean Hasan Pirkul
Jindal School Dean Hasan Pirkul reaches out to students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters with an update on the state of the school as classes resume following spring break and during the coronavirus outbreak.
Jindal School Assistant Dean Awarded Congressional Veteran Commendation
The head of the Jindal School’s Career Management Center has been recognized for his service in the military and as a veteran. Assistant Dean Tom Kim earned a commendation from the Texas 26th Congressional District, where he grew up and now resides.
Jindal School Professor Earns Honors for Highly Cited Research
Global business strategy scholar Mike Peng has been identified as one of the most highly cited researchers in his field for the sixth year in a row. The annual list includes the top 1% of researchers whose studies are most frequently cited by others.
JSOM Students Bring Home Collegiate World Cup of Sales
Jindal School sales students scored the most points overall at the annual International Collegiate Sales Competition recently, an achievement that led them to win a new team event and bring home the inaugural Collegiate World Cup of Sales.
2019 Scholarship Breakfast: Former Dallas Mayor Emphasizes Need for Education
Former Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings tied education to economic viability in a keynote conversation at the Jindal School’s major annual fundraiser, the Scholarship Breakfast. The event raised enough to provide scholarships for more than 40 students.
CAFÉ Film Screening Ties Tiananmen Square Past to Hong Kong Present
Filmmaker Robert Anthony Peters screened his movie about the Tiananmen Square protests,Tank Man, at an event hosted by the Jindal School’s Colloquium to Advance Free-Enterprise Education. Peters compared the 1989 protests to recent ones in Hong Kong.
JSOM Internship Expo Creates Opportunities for Students and Employers
The Jindal School’s Undergraduate Internship Expo brought together 1,500 students and recruiters from more than 50 companies. The expo helped students practice networking skills, and it helped employers find students to fill internships.
Sales Students Benefit From Artificial Intelligence Tools
Students in Jindal School of Management sales courses are reaping rewards from artificial intelligence technology that can analyze their sales calls and role-plays.Their efforts are to be featured in a video by the company that makes the technology.
Trade Pact Concerns Aired at Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference
Diplomats and practitioners discussed trade and tariffs on the opening day of the Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference, a gathering the Naveen Jindal School of Management hosted that attracted participants from five continents.
Speakers Share Valuable Insights at New Wise Words Event
Graduate students on the Jindal School Dean’s Council debuted Wise Words, a TED Talks-inspired event to encourage conversation and out-of-the-box thinking, with presentations from a student, faculty member, community leader and corporate employer.
Recent Jindal School Graduate Named to Selective Postgraduate Program
A recent Jindal School graduate will pursue his interest in nuclear security and diplomacy in the Schwarzman Scholars, a postgraduate program in Beijing to train global leaders while building relationships between China and the world.
Team of JSOM Seniors Places Third in Global Social Business Competition
Two UT Dallas teams were the only U.S. competitors to advance to the finals of Creative Shock, an international social business case competition. One team, made up of four Jindal School seniors, placed third in the contest.
Panelists Share Messages of Empowerment, Support in Women to Women Event
Three female executives sharing stories at a Women to Women event hosted by the Jindal School’s Career Management Center encouraged audience members to speak up, find a mentor and support other professionals in their workplace in order to thrive.
Dallas ISD Students Commit to UT Dallas and the Jindal School on ‘Signing Day’
Four seniors from the Dallas ISD became the initial cohort of the Jindal Young Scholars Program on May 4, 2018 when they visited UT Dallas for “Signing Day” activities in which they committed to enroll in the Jindal School of Management.
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