The MS in Finance program provides students with a broad overview of the quantitative and qualitative aspects of finance, helping them understand what steps should be taken to maximize shareholder wealth. Students learn the technical skills of everything from valuation techniques, to forecasting methods, to the application of the time value of money, to building pro-forma financial statements.
Students interested in submitting a competitive application for the MS in Finance program should have a 3.0 GPA and at least a 600 on the GMAT exam. International applicants must also have at least a score of 100 on TOEFL or 7 or Higher on the IELTS. No prior work experience or prerequisite courses are required.
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Curriculum: Fall Term (15 credits)
Finely-tuned core coursework designed to offer a solid foundation in business.
Curriculum: Spring Term (15 credits)
Specialized courses and real-world application of fundamental tools and theories.
|BFIN 2039 Investment Management/Capital Markets||3|
|BFIN 2036 Corporate Finance||3|
|BFIN 2030 Valuation 1||1.5|
|MS Finance Electives||7.5|
Clinical Associate Professor of Finance