Program / Courses
The BBA in Finance is offered by the Department of Economics and Finance. This major prepares students for professional positions with financial institutions, including commercial, investment, and savings banks; brokerage firms; insurance companies; investment advisory services; and finance companies.
The BBA in Economics is offered by the Department of Economics and Finance. This major prepares students for entry-level positions in business, nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, and private consulting. This work includes economic analysis, research, and empirical analysis.
The MBA with major in finance prepares the student for a broad range of careers in financial management and analysis. (For a discussion of the Executive MS in finance see Executive Programs.)
The MBA with major in economics prepares the student for a broad range of careers in business, industry, and government.
Note: The curriculum described on this web page is in the process of obtaining all the necessary approvals and should, therefore, be considered unofficial. The 30-credit Master of Science in Finance program offered by Zicklin School of Business is ideal for professionals interested in upgrading their technical training and knowledge in finance as well as for individuals with strong quantitative skills seeking a career change. Students interested in taking the CFA or FRM certification exams can significantly cut the need for additional preparation by taking the appropriate electives. The program can also serve as a stepping stone for those interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in finance or a related field.
The one-year, Zicklin Executive Master of Science Program is uniquely designed to help financial executives master cutting-edge financial analytical tools and strengthen their judgment to use these tools effectively. This program can provide finance professionals with the critical advantage needed for career advancement.
The Ph.D. program in Finance is a highly selective full-time program that trains PhD students to become financial economists capable of high quality innovative research and teaching in various areas of finance.