- Degree Programs
A master's degree in finance is an in-depth analysis of financial markets, various models and calculations, and the overall management of financial resources. Most programs will explore budgeting, investment analysis, risk management, and various financial methods for developing capital. Finance programs can be more intensive than other business degree programs due to the various mathematical methods that are used to predict the behaviors associated with an investment and a particular market. You can expect the use of statistics and financial formulas throughout your coursework.
Common Finance Courses
Micro and macroeconomics topics are covered.
Understanding what types of investments are available and how to manage them.
Exploring at international practices and markets.
Planning and Forecasting Methods
Quantitative methods for determining present and future values of investments.
Exploring accounting practices and regulations.