Electives

In the Fall and Spring semesters, students must take additional graduate level finance elective courses. Students have the flexibility to select classes that suit their interests and allow them to specialize in a particular area.

Finance Elective Courses

  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Cases in Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Risk Management
  • Credit Risk
  • Empirical Methods in Investments
  • Employee Benefit Plans
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Equipment Leasing and Financing
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Financial Engineering l
  • Financial Engineering ll
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Fixed Income Portfolios
  • Hedge Funds
  • International Corporate Finance
  • Investment Management
  • Legal Issues in Real Estate
  • Macrofinance
  • Management of Banking Institutions
  • Managing Financial Risk for Insurers
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Monetary Policy
  • Private Equity
  • Property-Liability Insurance
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Financial Markets
  • Real Estate Investment
  • Risk Management & Insurance
  • Turnaround and Bankruptcy Management
  • Urban Real Estate Valuation
Most students focus their elective courses in finance, however up to three units of elective classes can be taken in appropriate disciplines, such as accountancy, economics and business administration.

Other Graduate-level Electives

  • Applied Econometrics
  • Business International Economics
  • Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce
  • Econometric Analysis
  • Economic Statistics
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Financial Reporting Issues
  • Financial Statement Fraud
  • International Financial Economics
  • Intro to Financial Accounting & Reporting
  • Managerial Communications
  • Mathematical Programming for Management Science
  • Oral Communication for Business
  • Quantitative Analysis for Economics
  • Systems Modeling and Simulation
  • Stochastic Models in Management Science
  • Time Series Analysis in Economics