Master of Science in Finance
The master of science in finance degree program is designed to prepare students with specific career interests in the areas of financial management and research. The program of study emphasizes the theoretical foundations of finance and quantitative methods in financial management. Students engage in applied research and modeling using a variety of data sets and computer software packages. The curriculum provides in-depth study of the international and federal government regulatory dimensions of finance.
The degree program is designed to be completed in either 12 months of intensive study including a summer session or in 24 months of regular study including two summer sessions.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 48 credits in required courses
|FINA 6271||Financial Modeling and Econometrics|
|FINA 6272||Global Financial Markets|
|FINA 6273||Cases in Financial Management and Investment Banking|
|FINA 6274||Corporate Financial Management and Modeling|
|FINA 6275||Investment Analysis and Global Portfolio Management|
|FINA 6276||Financial Engineering and Derivative Securities|
|FINA 6277||Comparative Financial Market Regulation and Development|
|FINA 6278||Financial Theory and Research|
|FINA 6279||Real Estate Finance and Fixed-Income Security Valuation|
|FINA 6280||Financial Institution Management and Modeling|
|FINA 6281||Cases in Financial Modeling and Engineering|
|FINA 6282||Advanced Financial Econometrics and Modeling|