Master's in Finance and Banking in North America

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Finance and banking programs cover a wealth of topics to prepare students to work in domestic or international financial institutions. Typical classes are banking instruments, accounting, business math, legal environment of business and business communications.

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.

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Master of Finance

Rady School of Management
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 USA La Jolla

The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego is now accepting applications for the Master of Finance degree. The one-year Master of Finance provides rigorous, hands-on training preparing graduates to immediately [+]

Masters in Finance and Banking in North America 2017. The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego is now accepting applications for the Master of Finance degree. The one-year Master of Finance provides rigorous, hands-on training preparing graduates to immediately contribute in environments where quantitative and analytical skills are at a premium. Students learn cutting-edge methods for analyzing "big data" for financial decision making and risk management. The program’s emphasis on quantitative models and methods ensures graduates are equipped to develop innovative solutions to the complex problems facing the financial industry. Admissions The Rady School seeks applicants for the Master of Finance program who have exceptional quantitative skills, strong interest in the analytical foundations of finance and of risk management, and a desire to have an impact in the financial sector. The following criteria will be considered for admission: - Post-university work or research experience in a quantitative discipline is recommended, but not required. - Experience with statistical and econometric applications (Examples: SAS, STATA, MatLab, R, S-Plus). - A strong quantitative background including coursework in subjects such as linear algebra, multivariate calculus, differential equations, numerical analysis or advanced statistics and probability. - Experience with mathematical tools (Examples: MatLab, or Mathematica). Career Finance professionals skilled at producing forecasts of business, industry and economic conditions and financial risk management are in demand in investment institutions across the globe. The United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics expects the risk management field within business to grow at an average rate of 13... [-]

Masters in Finance (MFIN)

American University of Beirut - AUB
Campus Full time 14 months October 2017 Lebanon Beirut USA New York + 2 more

The MF program can be completed in a 14 month period by students with non-business backgrounds. A minimum of one calendar year of residence is required for graduation for students with business backgrounds. [+]

The MF program can be completed in a 14 month period by students with non-business backgrounds. A minimum of one calendar year of residence is required for graduation for students with business backgrounds. In order to fulfill the MF graduation requirements, a student must complete the following on a full -time basis as tabulated below. No project will be required Course Type Credit Hours(Minimum) Core 21 Electives 9 Total Number of Credits Required for Graduation 30 Program Delivery The MF can be completed in three semesters (one year) in accordance with the recommended time frame suggested below for students enrolled in the program on a full-time basis. Admission Requirements - Masters in Finance Normally, there is one admission deadline a year: in February, for enrollment in the fall semester. For more detail, please refer to the Admissions section of the AUB graduate catalogue, under Application Procedures. Criteria For Admission To be eligible for admission to the MF program, a student must hold a Bachelor’s degree and must satisfy the requirements of the University for admission to graduate study. To be accepted into the MF program, the applicant must possess an undergraduate university average in the last two years of study greater than 80 or equivalent. GMAT, GRE and work experience will not be required and the typical student will be a fresh graduate. The program is open to students from other educational backgrounds including engineering, economics, mathematics, statistics and so forth. Students not having an undergraduate degree in business will... [-]

MS in Global Finance

Fordham University, Gabelli School Of Business
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 USA New York Bronx Westchester + 2 more

Fordham’s Master of Science in Global Finance (MSGF) is an intensive, one-year program in state-of-the-art financial theory and practice. [+]

Masters in Finance and Banking in North America 2017. Fordham’s Master of Science in Global Finance (MSGF) is an intensive, one-year program in state-of-the-art financial theory and practice. The MSGF enhances students’ knowledge of international finance and helps them to understand the complex financial, governmental, and ethical issues faced by multinational corporations. It draws upon the extraordinary strengths of Fordham’s renowned finance faculty. The curriculum covers: Theory and application of models of financial economies Exploration of a wide range of investment types Global portfolio strategies Optimization of risk and return Entrepreneurial settings, high-growth industries, and emerging economies One-Year Program Students do not need an extensive business background to apply to this program. It can be completed in one year of study, beginning in the fall. Fordham’s MSGF is offered in two formats: The residential format is based entirely at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus in New York City. The collaborative format involves an international partnership between Fordham and select other universities around the world. Students complete part of the MSGF coursework at their home university, taught by Fordham faculty and their own faculty. Use the residential and collaborative links above to learn more about the MSGF curriculum. Private loans or payment plans may be available to assist in financing for the BiMBA MSGF collaborative program. However, this program is not eligible for aid through the United States' federal student aid programs. [-]