Kellstadt Graduate School of Business
Each candidate is expected to demonstrate competency in principles of financial accounting, principles of microeconomics, principles of macroeconomics, business calculus and statistics prior to enrollment in the program. Students who have not demonstrated these competencies through previous course work are required to achieve competency prior to registration for the core courses.
Students complete the Master of Science in Finance by taking nine core courses and three elective courses in addition to the program prerequisites. At least two of these electives must be taken in finance and the third elective may be taken in the fields of accounting, economics or real estate as stated below.
Three elective courses are required. At least two of these required electives must be Finance courses that are not Special Topics courses (designated by FIN 798). One of the three required elective courses is considered an open elective and may be satisfied in one of the following ways:
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