Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’s Graduate Certificate in Corporate Finance helps students advance their finance careers by building cutting-edge business planning, financial analysis, and investment management skill sets.
In just four courses—with the option to take a fifth course to further their learning—students have an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of domestic and international markets, building a rich context for effective financial decision making. Depending on their chosen electives, students explore critical topics in greater depth, such as investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, and business turnarounds.
Students enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Corporate Finance for part-time study.
|In consultation with advisor, complete 9 graduate-level semester hours from the following for which prerequisites have been met. Some courses may also apply to requirements of the MBA program.
|Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making 1
|International Financial Management
|Mergers and Acquisitions
|Valuation and Value Creation
|Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital
|Managing People and Organizations
|Managing the Global Enterprise
|Global Competition and Market Dominance
|Creating and Sustaining Customer Markets
|Strategic Decision Making in a Changing Environment
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 semester hours required; may complete a maximum of 15 semester hours
Minimum 3.000 GPA required