Areas of Concentration: Finance


"MBA students in the Finance concentration can take advantage of classes offered by the Financial Engineering program. The Finance concentration is very state-of-the-art in that, students upon graduation will enter into jobs such as: analysts (Brokerage House), associate investment bankers for IPOs and start-ups, and any Finance-side jobs in the consulting world. I would say, the Finance concentration coupled with Financial Engineering courses, is the strongest concentration the MBA program has to offer."

Prof. Jay Prag,
Finance Concentration Advisor

Faculty Advisors

Ayca Altintig
Jim Mills
Jay Prag
James Wallace

Student Clubs/Associations of Interest
Finance and Investment Club

The study of finance involves determining what to invest in, how much to invest, where to obtain funds, and how capital markets work. You will be prepared for career opportunities managing the finances of industrial, commercial and marketing enterprises; insurance companies; government, hospitals and other not-for-profit service institutions.

If your interest lies in the area of investment, you will find career opportunities with investment banks, security dealers, brokerage firms, pension funds, insurance companies, and investment funds. Specialized finance careers are also available with financial intermediaries such as commercial banks, savings and loans, and investment banks.


  • MGT 327 Financial Statement & Analysis
  • MGT 332 Energy Derivatives
  • MGT 339 Financial Derivatives & Risk 
  • MGT 373 Financial Strategy & Policy
  • MGT 383 Economics Of Strategy
  • MGT 402 Asset Management Practicum
  • MGT 475 Fixed Income
  • MGT 476 Real Options

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