Master the Financial Side Our MBA in Finance is ideal for experienced finance professionals preparing for advancement or motivated individuals seeking a career change. We'll equip you with the expansive, foundational knowledge and real-world experience needed to accelerate your career. Focus on corporate finance or investments and open the door to endless professional opportunities.
Advance Your Career in Corporate Finance
With steady job growth predicted over the next five to ten years by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, corporate finance is expanding to
create new opportunities for skilled professionals to step into significant leadership roles. These roles will be in high demand and command
generous salaries that you will want to be poised to secure.
If you have hit a plateau in your current finance career but have the drive and ambition to move ahead or if you are looking to enter the field
with an advantage, our Full-Time MBA career track in Finance—with a focus on Corporate Finance—is meant for you.
You will gain the vital, relevant skills to take on any challenge you will face on your career path through specialized curriculum taught by world-renowned faculty, recognized for their expertise in the field, and work experience in our corporate residency program.
In the classroom you will focus on financial results by company, division, product, or business unit, getting deep understanding of budgeting,
forecasting, and analysis. You will be exposed to pricing and expense analysis for new products or global expansion, merger and acquisition
analysis, treasury functions, and more.
Working in Boston, New York City, or another vibrant financial center, your six-month paid corporate residency in corporate finance delivers
meaningful experience where you will put your classroom experiences to work, gives you strong industry references, and has the potential for
full-time employment. This residency is the cornerstone of a thorough and rigorous curriculum.
Lead the Way in Investments
The field of investments is complex and growing. In the next five to ten years the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects positions in
investments to grow at nearly double the rate of the national employment average. Likewise, the short supply and high demand of these positions
will also carry ample compensation to lure those with the skills and poise to lead.
For those already in the banking or investments industries, but looking to enter a role with more decision making responsibilities, our
Finance career track will help you hit that career goal. Our Investments sub track, specifically, features a specialized curriculum and work experience focused on your area of interest.
This program prepares you for roles where you will manage other people’s money. With a deep classroom emphasis on reporting, analysis, tracking results, communicating with clients, and monitoring changes in the market, you will learn from respected practitioners with field expertise, real experience in portfolio management, and strong connections to the field.
The 360 Huntington Fund represents experiential learning in its purest form. The fund is designed to give you experience in equity research and portfolio management. Currently, the students involved manage a half-million dollars of the university’s endowment. This experience paired with your corporate residency at a top brokerage house or investment firm will put the complex theories and models learned in the classroom to practice to make profitable investment decisions in varying environments.
To earn a Finance MBA, students must complete the MBA core curriculum, corporate residency, global projects course, and 15 additional credit hours of track-specific coursework. All Finance MBA students take Investment Analysis but choose four additional courses from one of two sub-tracks: Corporate Finance or Investments.
The curriculum is subject to change by D’Amore-McKim faculty. Please monitor for updates.
|Required Finance MBA Courses
Familiarizes students with domestic and international financial markets and the securities traded therein. Discusses a variety of techniques for valuation of financial assets and relies heavily on quantitative methods. Critically analyzes such qualitative concepts as market efficiency, intrinsic value, and risk. The contents of this course, descriptive, theoretical, and applied, should provide students with the ability to build unique valuation models to suit the particular investment alternative they wish to scrutinize. Also provides students with an understanding of how investment theory and investment practice relate.
Additional Coursework for the Corporate Finance MBA Track
Additional Coursework for the Investments MBA Track
Is the MBA in Finance Right for You?
If you see yourself emerging as a truly different person, the answer is yes. If you imagine a future where you can have a meaningful, relevant impact on the world of business, the answer is yes. If you’re ready to join people who think like you, now is the time to accelerate your career with our Full-Time MBA program.
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