Finance Academic Program
  

Masters of Science (M.S.) in Finance (10 Classes / 30 Credit Hours)

Program Prerequisites:
ACCT 6300: Accounting for Managers or equivalent undergraduate courses
ECON 5F70: Foundations of Business Economics or undergraduate Micro and Macro Economics

ACCT: 5325: Intermediate Financial Accounting
BUAD 6300: Business Analytics
BUAD 8310: Business & Society
FINA 6305: Managerial Finance
FINA 7310: Intermediate Managerial Finance
FINA 7320: International Financial Markets
FINA 7322: Investments
FINA 7327: Corporate Valuation
FINA 7350: Derivatives
FINA 8395: Portfolio Management

MBA with Finance Concentration (14 Classes / 42 Credit Hours)

Classes (10 Classes / 30 Credit Hours
ACCT 6300: Accounting for Managers
BUAD 6300: Business Analytics
BUAD 6305: The Effective Leader
BUAD 8310: Business and Society
FINA 6305: Managerial Finance
MANA 6307: Managing Complex Organizations
MANA 8320: Global Strategy
MARK 6305: Value Based Marketing
OPER 6305: Management of Operations
BUAD 8390: The Capstone Experience

Concentration Courses (4 Classes / 12 Credit Hours)
ACCT 5325: Intermediate Financial Accounting I
FINA 7310: Intermediate Managerial Finance

Select 2 from the following: 
FINA 7320: International Financial Markets
FINA 7322: Investments
FINA 7327: Corporate Valuation
FINA 7350: Derivatives

Graduate Finance Certificate Coursework (6 Classes / 18 Credit Hours)

FINA 6305: Managerial Finance
FINA 7310: Intermediate Managerial Finance
FINA 7320: International Financial Markets
FINA 7322: Investments
FINA 7327: Corporate Valuation
FINA 7350: Derivatives

One of the prime advantages of the Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas is convenience for the working professional. All classes are held in the evenings and available online anytime, anywhere. Intermester classes held two evenings and Saturdays for 3-4 weeks are also an option. The Gupta College of Business uses a trimester system, with fall, spring and summer terms. With year-round classes and multiple starting points each term, students can choose from 12-week, 6-week, or intermester classes.

For international students it is a distinct advantage to attend class with currently working professionals in the field and the very businesses where they aspire to work. Upon graduation, students may apply for the 12-month Optional Practical Training (OPT).