The Finance MBA specialization prepares students to take on roles within the financial services industry. Coursework within the specialization offers business students balanced training in the theoretical and contemporary issues financial managers face, including investments, corporate finance, risk management, quantitative finance, real estate, and international finance. By acquiring strategic and analytical thinking skills, MBA students develop a comprehensive understanding of financial markets, global economics, business strategy, and cutting-edge quantitative methods.
In depth understanding of corporate finance: company/project valuation, IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, real options, corporate governance, etc.
Exposure to a variety of key investments and strategies such as equity analysis, fixed-income securities, derivative instruments, portfolio management, etc.
Practical usage of statistical packages and quantitative tools and techniques
Enhanced financial modeling skills in Excel
Students will complete three elective finance courses to complete a specialization in Finance. Courses may include the following:
Corporate Financial Policy
Introduction to Derivatives
International Financial Management
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