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Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance - Corporate Finance

Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance - Corporate Finance

  • QS World University Rankings
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  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 24 months
The Lemberg Masters in International Economics and Finance is a two-year (four academic-year semesters) professional degree that integrates high-level conceptual analysis in economics and finance, on the one hand, with practical applications and a global economic perspective, on the other. The degree prepares students for careers in finance, economic policy, consulting, multinational corporations, and international organizations. Corporate Finance Group 1 Required courses (4 credits): FIN 217f Financial Modeling I (2 credits) FIN 248f Advanced Corporate Finance (2 credits) Group 2 One course required (4 credits): FIN 213a Intermediate Financial Accounting (4 credits) FIN 214a Managerial Accounting (4 credits) Group 3 Required for Transfer Pricing Track (4 credits): FIN 247a Transfer Pricing Theory and Practice (4 credits) Group 48 credits from the following: Students pursuing Transfer Pricing track need 4 credits only from Group 4 FIN 203f International Financial Management (2 credits) FIN 216f Financial Statement Analysis (2 credits) FIN 218f Financial Modeling II (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 54 credits from the following: 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 (2 credits) FIN 241f Financial Planning and Control (2 credits) FIN 244f Credit Risk Analysis II (2 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, and the International Finance System (2 credits) MA students may specialize in one or two fields. Current specializations are: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Business Economics, Data Analytics, International Economic Policy Analysis, Marketing, Real Estate, and Sustainability. This program based on Corporate Finance.