Every business depends on sound financial management. Build the foundational skill set needed for a successful career.
Is your future in financial management, government finance, insurance or real estate? Do you aspire to be CFO or CEO, and manage your business to success? Are you ready to manage money for personal investors or large institutions? Do you have the aptitude and fortitude to succeed in high-stakes equity and venture capital?
Customize your MBA finance interest and increase your marketability by choosing a secondary concentration like analytics or management consulting. Pair finance with your engineering, law or health care dual degree to be better equipped in the business side of your industry.
Take advantage of our immersive action-learning New York City Finance and Law program for a full semester in Manhattan, working with practicing finance and law experts.
This isn’t practice.
The money is real.
The investors are serious.
The decisions are yours.
Broaden your exposure to real-world finance with speakers, networking events and investment games.
The Finance Concentration requires five courses total (15 credits), MGF 633 and four elective courses from those listed under the electives tab.
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This course provides students with a general understanding of the operation of capital markets and basic analytical tools of investment management. Specifically, the course covers such topics as principles of valuation, risk analysis, modern portfolio theory, Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), market microstructure, index models, arbitrage pricing models, bonds and common stocks valuation, efficient market hypotheses, investment management, and option pricing models.
Semesters offered: Fall 2019 | Spring 2020