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Master of Science in Finance - Corporate Finance

Program Duration

12 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Accounting and FinanceMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Accounting and Finance

Study Level

Masters

Students must successfully complete an approved schedule of 22 credits in required core courses in Global Economic Environment, Accounting, Corporate Finance, Investments, and Fixed Income. Students must also complete 4 credits of practicum experience (Internship, Consulting Field Project or Directed Research). Students are then required to complete the remaining credits within one of the 4 concentration areas or complete the MSF without a concentration. The concentration areas are structured towards career outcomes in the following 4 fields: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, and Transfer Pricing. Corporate Finance Required Courses (4 credits): FIN 214a Managerial Accounting (4 credits) Group 28 credits minimum required: FIN 203f International Financial Management (2 credits) FIN 231f Private Equity (2 credits) FIN 232a Mergers and Acquisitions (4 credits) FIN 240a Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance (4 credits) FIN 242f Credit Risk Analysis I (2 credits) FIN 270a Options and Derivatives (4 credits) FIN 288a Corporate Financial Engineering (4 credits) Group 36 credits maximum: BUS 278f Corporate Governance (2 credits) ECON 213a Applied Econometrics (4 credits) ECON/FIN 250a Forecasting in Finance and Economics (4 credits) FIN 223f Project Finance (4 credits) FIN 241f Financial Planning and Control (2 credits) FIN 244f Credit Risk Analysis II (2 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, abd International Financial Systems (2 credits) FIN 297a Internship (in Corporate Finance) (2 credits) Or any course in Group 2 not taken to satisfy that requirement

Program overview

Main Subject

Accounting and Finance

Study Level

Masters

Students must successfully complete an approved schedule of 22 credits in required core courses in Global Economic Environment, Accounting, Corporate Finance, Investments, and Fixed Income. Students must also complete 4 credits of practicum experience (Internship, Consulting Field Project or Directed Research). Students are then required to complete the remaining credits within one of the 4 concentration areas or complete the MSF without a concentration. The concentration areas are structured towards career outcomes in the following 4 fields: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, and Transfer Pricing. Corporate Finance Required Courses (4 credits): FIN 214a Managerial Accounting (4 credits) Group 28 credits minimum required: FIN 203f International Financial Management (2 credits) FIN 231f Private Equity (2 credits) FIN 232a Mergers and Acquisitions (4 credits) FIN 240a Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance (4 credits) FIN 242f Credit Risk Analysis I (2 credits) FIN 270a Options and Derivatives (4 credits) FIN 288a Corporate Financial Engineering (4 credits) Group 36 credits maximum: BUS 278f Corporate Governance (2 credits) ECON 213a Applied Econometrics (4 credits) ECON/FIN 250a Forecasting in Finance and Economics (4 credits) FIN 223f Project Finance (4 credits) FIN 241f Financial Planning and Control (2 credits) FIN 244f Credit Risk Analysis II (2 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, abd International Financial Systems (2 credits) FIN 297a Internship (in Corporate Finance) (2 credits) Or any course in Group 2 not taken to satisfy that requirement

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+
Other English Language Requirements:  600 (paper-based TOEFL); 250 (computer-based TOEFL); 68 (PTE).
1 Year
Jan-2000

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