Business - MSA
A student may elect to complete the M.S.A. degree with an emphasis in finance. This emphasis is intended for students who desire advanced knowledge and skills in finance in addition to accounting. This emphasis prepares students for positions in the corporate finance function, leading to the positions of controller, treasurer, and chief financial officer (CFO). The Finance emphasis will be listed on the student’s transcript.
The student must elect the emphasis and complete the following courses:
- FIN 624 - Investment and Portfolio Management Credits: 3
- FIN 626 - Advanced Managerial Finance Credits: 3
- FIN 629 - International Finance Credits: 3
- FIN 627 - Derivative Assets and Markets Credits: 3
These courses may be used to either fulfill required electives in the program or extend the number of hours required for the degree, depending on the student’s individual circumstances. For students with undergraduate accounting degrees, it may be possible to complete the degree with a finance emphasis in 33 credits. Other students desiring a finance emphasis should expect to complete additional credits beyond what is required for the degree.
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