The Executive Master of Science in Finance trains executive-level professionals to develop the financial insights and strategies needed to help their companies navigate their financial goals.
The executive graduate degree in finance is comprised of 31 required credit hours with financial planning and analysis courses delivered in two eight-week sessions and 16-week sessions during the fall, spring, and summer semesters, or 16-week semester courses. Full-time degree candidates normally take one or two classes per bi-term, a total of 9-12 hours per semester. Each course is aligned with the program’s goals. An outline of the Program of Studies for the Master of Science in Finance is provided below:
Finance Courses – 31 Credit Hours Required
- BACC 681 Financial Accounting & Analysis
- BADM 682 Quantitative Methods for Finance
- BADM 683 Financial Services, Regulation, & Ethics
- BADM 684 Financial Modeling & Valuation
- BADM 685 Economics Analysis for Decision Making
- BADM 686 Corporate Finance
- BADM 687 Financial Planning & Wealth Management
- BADM 688 Big Data & Financial Analytics
- BADM 689 Global Capital Markets & International Finance
- BADM 691 Capstone - Strategic Financial Management
- INTR 599 Applied Learning Practicum
For a full list of course offerings or more program specific information, visit our Academic Catalog page.