MBA Concentration in Finance
Combine your MBA with a concentration in finance and learn how to maximize a firm’s value by acquiring and optimizing funds. You’ll be ready, whether your career path leads you to banking, corporate finance, securities analysis, insurance or real estate.
MBA majors require 5 courses (15 credits) in a particular field. All courses are worth 3 credits unless otherwise stated.
In addition to the 9 prescribed credits of the concentration, which give you a foundation in finance, you will choose an additional 6 credits of electives.
There are three finance concentration options:
FINC851 Corporate Financial Analysis
FINC853 International Financial Management
FINC854 Special Topics in Finance
FINC857 Private Equity and Venture Finance
FINC858 Corporate Governance
FINC861 Financial Modeling and Valuation
FINC852 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
FINC855 Financial Institutions and Markets
FINC856 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
FINC862 Fixed Income Securities
And any quantitative FINC course when offered
- Financial aid officer
- Bank economist
- Financial consultant
- Commercial loan officer
Learn more about MBA admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition and financial aid available to you.