Lubar Graduate Students
MS Finance Analysis
The growth of financial markets, in terms of size complexity, and international coordination, has created a need for financial professionals who are well-equipped with theoretical and technical capabilities. The program provides students with training in accounting, computer information systems, mathematical and statistical techniques, managerial economic analysis, and their applications to financial analysis. In-depth study of the efficiency of capital markets, investment banking, financial institutions, corporate financial control, securities valuation techniques, capital budgeting, portfolio strategies, hedging and arbitrage schemes, and international fund management will build skills to cope with the highly competitive financial marketplace.

CoursesCore Courses (21 credits)
Bus Adm-721 Financial Accounting Theory
Bus Adm-751 Analysis of U.S. Business Environment
Bus Adm-771 Investments
Bus Adm 775 Financial Strategy*
Bus Mgmt-705 Corporate Finance
Bus Mgmt-709 Data Analysis for Management Applications OR Bus Adm-754 Statistical Models for Management Decisions

*Designated integrating course

Elective Courses (12 credits)
Bus Adm-713 Business Forecasting Methods
Bus Adm-772 Portfolio Management
Bus Adm-773 Options and Futures
Bus Adm-774 Global Financial Management
Bus Adm-777 Advanced Corporate Finance
Bus Adm-779 Fixed Income Securities
Bus Adm-795 Seminar-in-Management (Finance topic)
Bus Adm-851 Global Investments
Bus Adm-852 Venture Finance
Bus Adm-853 Financial Modeling

Total Degree Credits Required: 33 Credits

Foundation CoursesStudents admitted to the MS_fiance Analysis program without sufficient background must complete the following additional courses:
Bus Adm-701 Business Mathematics 2 cr. (Grade of C- or better required)
Bus Adm-703 Financial Accounting 3 cr. (Grade of B or better required)

In order to enroll in Bus Adm 721,a B or better grade in Bus Adm 703 (Bus Adm 201) must be earned within the prior 3 years.

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The UWM-Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business makes every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate and up-to-date. However, it is the student's responsibility to verify all program requirements with an academic advisor in Graduate Program Services.