Farrokh Langdana

Dean's Professor of Business, and Rutgers Executive MBA Director

Academic degrees

Ph.D., Virginia Tech; Economics
M.A., Virginia Tech; Economics
M.B.A., Virginia Tech; Finance
B.Tech, Civil Engineering, IIT, Kanpur, India

Please scroll all the way down for Student Testimonials pertaining to Prof. Langdana's classes in Rutgers EMBA.

Student Testimonials
I am not a prior student nor have I met you; however I have been very interested in the current economic conditions ever since my farm business went under early 2020. I was searching for information on inflation and found your youtube lecture titled, "Upcoming Inflation, The Biden Stimulus, and will America Overheat the Planet?" viewable at URL: https://youtu.be/mXZWauv_59Y . I have a bachelors in mathematics so my econ understanding is very rudimentary. Your lecture on youtube did a fantastic job of putting the current economic context into perspective for me, so thank you!
—  Michael Rivera
Thanks again for a great semester, Prof. Langdana! I’ve learned more economics (and history) in this one class than I have throughout my entire undergrad and graduate level education. Please let me know if there are any other classes I can take with you!
—  Dana Salizzoni, Rutgers MBA
I can honestly say that you are one of the best professors I have had. Your insight and your careful, thoughtful explanation made a complex subject easy to understand. It is the first time I have heard a foreign professor impart fair comments on China's past, present and future.
—  Frances Xu
When I applied to REMBA, I was initially rejected ......I sent you a personal letter and asked you to reconsider and I will never forget your response, "Fortune favors the bold.... see you at the week in residence.” You took a chance on me.
6 years after graduation, I was named Vice President of Operations at my company. I owe much of my success to you and the entire REMBA family. The skills I learned allowed me to be "bold". To take the plunge into that next challenge, suggest things that were outside the status quo, to refer back to my cohort and to my lessons for advice and guidance.

It all started with you. You took a chance on me and gave me the opportunity, then you and your program provided the knowledge that I needed to be successful. I am eternally grateful and hope you continue to be an educator and mentor for a long time.
—  Lester Parada