MS Finance Handbooks

2017-2018

The information below is for those students entering the program in Fall 2017.

Policies and Procedures

General Information

Disciplinary Procedures for Academic Infractions

Internships

Policies and Procedures

Services

Associations and Student Organizations

Student Honors and Awards

UB School of Management Alumni Association

Financial Risk Management Track

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If your undergraduate degree is in a non-business discipline, you must have completed business courses equivalent to those below:

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  • Economics (Equivalent to MGE 302)
  • Finance (Equivalent to MGF 301) 
  • Statistics (Equivalent to MGQ 301)

If you do not have a business background, but are strong in math or a quantitative discipline like engineering, we encourage you to apply for the MS Finance program. If you are conditionally admitted, you may be required to complete a preparatory curriculum in accounting, economics, finance or statistics.

Quantitative Finance Track

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If your undergraduate degree is in a nonbusiness discipline, you must have completed business and mathematics courses equivalent to those below:

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  • Economics (equivalent to MGE 302)
  • Finance (equivalent to MGF 301) 
  • Calculus III (equivalent to MTH 241)
  • Mathematical Statistics (Equivalent to MTH 411 or MTH 412)

If you do not have a business background, but are strong in math or a quantitative discipline like engineering, we encourage you to apply for the MS Finance program. If you are conditionally admitted, you may be required to complete a preparatory curriculum in accounting, economics, finance or statistics.

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