Master of Finance (MFI)

Master of Finance is designed to develop a broad understanding of the financial aspects and provide fundamental tools of financial analysis and decision-making. By the end of this program, students will be able to apply economic analysis to the firm’s decision-making, to evaluate and explain financial decision regarding the firm investment and long-and short-term financing strategies by applying financial theory and quantitative analysis methods. Students are required to complete 48 credit hours that comprising of 12 credits for basic core courses, 15 credits for major core courses, 9 credits for elective courses, and 12 credits for integrative courses and research paper or research project or research thesis.

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