Financial Management Track

This track is designed to help students develop analytic skills necessary for decision-making roles in today’s complex business environment. Internships usually occur during the spring term of a student’s senior year. Students also take two mini-mester classes during the semester. Graduates are prepared for careers in consulting with CPA firms, corporations or financial institutions.

Students who follow this track will earn a Master of Financial Management.

Course Title Hours
ACCT628 Business Application Modeling 3
ACCT647 Financial Statement Analysis 3
ACCT650 Accounting Ethics 3
ACCT651 Development of Accounting Thought 3
ACCT ELECTIVE * 3
ACCT ELECTIVE * 3
FINC629 Financial Management I 3
FINC632 Investment Management 3
FINC641 Valuation 3
FINC642 Analysis of Money & Capital Markets 3
FINC645 International Finance 3
FINC665 Derivatives 3
Total Hours 36

Accounting Electives*

ACCT607 – Seminar in Auditing

ACCT621 – Corporate Tax

ACCT646 – International Accounting

ACCT680 – Tax Research and Policy

ACCT684 – Professional Internship

If you do a Spring internship, you MUST take ACCT646.