The Master of Science in Finance offers rigorous training in finance, helping you to develop your analytical and financial management skills. The curriculum is taught by faculty who are recognized as expert researchers by leading industry journals.
The full-time master's in finance is a twelve-month program that has a strong emphasis on quantitative methods and finance theory. Students complete a lockstep curriculum together as a cohort, comprised of approximately seventy students, primarily international.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|Required Course Work|
|FINA 6201||Financial Theory and Policy||3|
|FINA 6202||Analysis of Financial Institutions and Markets||3|
|FINA 6203||Investment Analysis||3|
|FINA 6204||International Finance Management||3|
|FINA 6205||Financial Strategy||3|
|FINA 6206||Finance Seminar||3|
|Complete four electives (course offerings are at the discretion of the finance department):||12|
|Financial Risk Management|
|Fixed Income Securities and Risk|
|Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Real Estate Finance and Investment|
|Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity|
|Advanced Topics in Finance|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
30 total semester hours required
Minimum cumulative 3.000 GPA required