The Master of Finance prepares students for careers in the rapidly changing finance industry, with an emphasis on quantitative analysis and real-world application. The curriculum covers the principles, processes, and practices of investment analysis, portfolio management, corporate finance, and financial risk management, with hands-on application of course concepts to analysis of current financial data.

Effective Fall 2016 

Required Courses
FIN 524/STAT 524Financial Statistics3
FIN 605Enterprise Valuation3
FIN 610Debt Securities Analysis3
FIN 655Investments3
FIN 665Financial Engineering3
FIN 670Risk Management Theory and Application3
FIN 675International Finance3
Electives
Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following:9
Corporate Risk Management
Employee Benefits
Quantitative Methods in Finance
Financial Modeling
Advanced Portfolio Management
Financing, Evaluating Sustainable Enterprise
Fundamentals of Real Estate Finance
Total Credits30