The Master of Science in Corporate and International Finance (MS CIF) program prepares students for a professional career in corporate and international finance. This program is designed to provide students with advanced skills in applied finance required in today's competitive international financial environment. It also provides an opportunity for in-depth study of the sophisticated analytical techniques and market transactions that drive financial innovation.
Students with an MS in Corporate and International Finance will be able to enter into one of four career paths: (1) a financial position in a private domestic and international corporate setting; (2) an investment strategist position; (3) a managerial position in financial institutions; or (4) a treasurer position in various governmental organizations.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Evaluate financial position of organizations through examination of financial statements, budget, financial planning and make proper recommendations.
- Conceptualize a complex issue, analyze it and build on the existing body of knowledge in the area of finance.
- Integrate information technology and ethics into global financial activities and policies.
- Analyze important corporate financial issues in the overall context of maximization of firm value.