Students will obtain a solid background in business finance and investments by completing graduate-level introductory finance courses and more advanced electives in specialized areas of finance. Students can focus in the investments area by taking electives that cover bonds, futures, and options, and real estate. Students interested in corporate financial management can focus their studies on corporate risk management, employee benefits, and international finance.
Effective Spring 2018
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|BUS 601||Quantitative Business Analysis||2|
|BUS 640||Financial Principles and Practice||2|
|BUS 641||Financial Markets and Investments||2|
|Select 5 credits from the following:||5|
|Options and Futures|
|Corporate Risk Management|
|Fundamentals of International Finance|
|Fundamentals of Bond Markets|
|Fundamentals of Firm Valuation|
|Fundamentals of Personal Finance|
|Private Equity and Venture Capital|
|Fundamentals of Real Estate Finance|
|Program Total Credits:||11|
*This certificate may have courses in common with other graduate certificates. A student may earn more than one certificate, but a given course may be counted only in one certificate.