M.S. in Finance
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Your love and natural aptitude for finance can carry you far in your career. A Master of Finance degree from CSU Global can carry you further. Being an expert in the financial field means you will develop business relationships with clients, assess their financial status, interview and gather data, implement cash management strategies, calculate debt repayment schedules and risk management, and more.
If you’re looking to be a leader in the high-stakes financial industry, earning your master’s degree online can get you further ahead, and leave you the time you need to focus on your career.
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How Online Education Works for You
We will help you customize your online degree in finance by adding a specialization. Similar to a degree concentration, each specialization consists of four courses in your chosen area of interest.
CSU Global’s accredited Online Master’s Degree in Finance is designed to provide you with a practical knowledge of the field. The program consists of eight three-credit core courses as part of a full 36-credit master’s degree.
RES500* Fundamentals of Quantitative Analysis
BUS500** Foundations of Business
ORG502 Effective Organizations—Theory and Practice
FIN500 Principles of Finance
FIN507 Bank Management
FIN530 Corporate Finance
FIN550 Financial Markets and Institutions
FIN570 Insurance and Risk Management
FIN580 Capstone — Finance
* Master’s Plus - Some Master of Finance students may also be required to take RES500 as part of their program if they have an undergraduate GPA below 3.00. In this case, the degree is 39 credits.
** Students who do not have a previous degree from an an ACBSP-accredited program must complete BUS500 before completing other program requirements. Once the undergraduate program evaluation is completed, students whose prior degree does not meet the requirements will complete BUS500, rather than RES500 or RES501. Provisionally admitted students whose undergraduate degree meets the requirements will complete RES500 or RES501, rather than BUS500.