Curriculum by Applicant Year
Required Curriculum for the Master of Science in Finance
The MSF curriculum provides an intense study in finance, with supporting coursework in accounting. It is a 36-credit hour program beginning the May immediately following admission with a mini-mester (MSF Boot Camp A), followed by 10-15 hours/week of summer homework and a second mini-mester in August (MSF Boot Camp B). The credit hours are completed during the fall and spring semesters of a student’s full-time graduate MSF year. For sophomore applicants, 14 credit hours are taken while still in undergrad. This includes a 6-hour practicum spread over the May and August Boot Camps and fall semester.
Contact the MSF office for more information on the course schedule.
Full MSF Curriculum (Credit Hours):
ACCT 327: Intermediate Accounting I (3)
ACCT 328: Intermediate Accounting II (3)
ACCT 647: Financial Reporting & Analysis (3)
FINC 601: Financial Analysis Practicum (6)
FINC 602: Corporate Finance (3)
FINC 603: Investments (3)
FINC 605: Valuation & Financial Marketing (3)
MGMT 680: Corporate Strategy (3)
SCMT 611: Statistical Foundation of Data Analytics (3) or FINC 685: CFA (3)
Elective A (Employer Guided): Analytics, Finance or CFA Study (3)
Elective B (Employer Guided): Accounting, Finance or CFA Directed Study (3)