The MBA with a finance concentration is one of the most popular areas in business studies today. Interest is driven by professional opportunities in business, investment, and finance.
Loyola's MBA with a finance concentration is well known for its practical curriculum, hands-on application, and partnered delivery with established Chicago businesses. In addition to studying relevant trends and current issues, you will employ a global perspective and gain a solid understanding of international and emerging financial systems.
Choose three of the following courses to complete the finance concentration.
|FINC 451: Financial Markets and Institutions||3|
|FINC 452: Investment Management||3|
|FINC 453: Topics in Advanced Financial Management||3|
|FINC 455: International Financial Management||3|
|FINC 456: Management of Financial Institutions||3|
|FINC 457: Cases in Corporate Finance||3|
|FINC 459: Independent Study in Finance||3|
|FINC 552: Emerging Financial Markets||3|
|FINC 553: Applied Portfolio Management||3|
|FINC 556: Investment Banking||3|
|FINC 557/MGMT 571: Enterprise Risk Management||3|
|FINC 558: Valuation of Start-Ups and Other Ventures||3|
|FINC 599: Special Topics in Finance||3|
|FINC 620: Financial Mathematics and Modeling I||3|
|FINC 621: Financial Mathematics and Modeling II||3|
|FINC 622/ECON 622: Derivative Securities||3|
|FINC 624: Interest Rate Risk Management||3|
|FINC 625/ECON 625: Applied Econometrics||3|
|FINC 626: Credit Risk Management and Structured Finance||3|
|FINC 628: Valuation||3|