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MBA in Finance

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Curriculum

The program curriculum is designed to provide students with the in-depth perspective and...

Curriculum

Students with no prior coursework in calculus, accounting, and economics are required to take these undergraduate-level, no-credit prerequisite courses in the fall semester. The 35-credit course works consist of two parts: required and elective courses, with each taking 14 and 21 credits, respectively.

Prerequisite Courses (3 courses, 0 credits)

Calculus
Accounting
Economics

Required Courses (5 courses, 14 credits)

The required courses include 6 courses below:
Financial Management (3)
Investment (3)
Financial Institutions Management (3)
Financial Econometrics (3)
Ethics in Finance (2)

Elective Courses (7 courses, 21 credits)

Finance Elective
(at least two of the following courses)
Management Elective
(at least two of the following courses)
Corporate Social Responsibility (3) International Business Management (3)
Credit Risk (3) Special Topics in Marketing Management (3)
Empirical Research of Derivative Markets (3) New Business Management (3)
Financial Econometrics Software (3) Sales Management (3)
International Financial Market (3) Operation Management (3)
Seminar on Behavioral Finance (3) Seminar on Quality Management (3)
Seminar on Risk Management (3) Organization Theory and Behavior (3)
Seminar : Corporate Finance (3) The Practice of Business Strategies (3)
Theory of International Trade (3) International Business Internship (3)
Theory of International Finance (3)

*A 6-credit master thesis is also required.

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The program curriculum is designed to provide students with the in-depth perspective and the analytical tools to flourish in financial services and corporate finance positions. Internship course is optional but is strongly encouraged. It requires 35 graduate credits plus a 6-credit thesis, with a total of 41 credits. The standard load is 3-4 courses per semester.