Influence matters.

A concentration in finance develops leadership traits that can affect more than your company's bottom line. Through securing knowledge in the areas of operations, finance and accounting, organizational behavior, marketing and strategy, you'll graduate able to apply principles of risk management, financial planning, global policy issues and financial contracts in organizational settings such as:

  • Corporate finance
  • Financial management
  • Financial consulting
  • Insurance
  • Investment banking
  • International banking
  • Securities management

Program Checklist

A maximum of 6 master-level credit hours completed within the last seven years may be transferred from accredited colleges and/or universities. The Master of Business Administration: Finance degree requires twelve courses:

Core Courses

  • Research Methods (BUS-505) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Economics (ECN-530) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Ethics, Values and Social Responsibility (BUS-503) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Accounting for Decision Making (ACC-525) — 4 credit hours, 8 weeks
  • Managerial Finance (FIN-643) — 4 credit hours, 8 weeks
  • Organizational Behavior and Change (MGT-531) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Marketing Strategies (MKT-651) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MGT-539) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks

Concentration Courses

  • Advanced Managerial Finance (FIN-645) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Global Finance (FIN-646) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (FIN-647) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks
  • Applied Finance Project (MGT-696) — 3 credit hours, 6 weeks