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M.S. Finance Courses

Both the M.S. Finance and M.S. Finance-Energy Area of Emphasis involve a 38 credit-hour program of study that includes an Internship/Project. The program coordinator serves as each student's advisor and typically meets with each student soon after the student's arrival on campus to develop a plan of study. Advisor and student meet on a regular basis thereafter to monitor and review progress.

General Curriculum

Summer Semester 1

  • Macroeconomics
  • Business Law & Ethics

Fall Semester

  • Managerial Financial Economics
  • Quantitative Finance
  • Financial Reporting/Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • Alternative Investments
  • Professional Practicum I

Spring Semester

  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Derivative Securities
  • Equity Investment
  • Integrated Financial Analysis
  • Professional Practicum II

Summer Semester 2

  • Professional Field Experience

Curriculum for M.S. Finance-Energy Emphasis

Summer Semester 1

  • Energy Financial Economics
  • Energy Law & Ethics

Fall Semester

  • Managerial Financial Economics
  • Quantitative Finance
  • Financial Reporting/Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • Energy Risk Management
  • Energy Finance Practicum I

Spring Semester

  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Derivative Securities
  • Equity Investment
  • Energy Financial Accounting
  • Professional Practicum II

Summer Semester 2

  • Professional Field Experience