Students will integrate the knowledge and skills they have gained throughout the Master of Science in Finance degree program to develop and evaluate financial and risk management strategies by:
- Demonstrating an understanding of concepts learned throughout their graduate program
- Testing a hypothesis or market strategy through robust historical evaluation
- Using research methods and instruments to price assets, evaluate risk, and manage portfolios
- Explain and differentiate standard financial models and their assumptions
- Communicating complicated information at a professional level using appropriate acumen
- Demonstrating initiative, discipline, and follow-through on assignments
- Facilitating meaningful dialogue and reasoned disagreements related to class topics and current financial events
- Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages associated with evolving regulatory environments
- Analyzing organizational decisions relating to risk management and financial practice
- Applying the theories and techniques learned throughout the graduate finance program
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The School of Business Faculty Meet and Greet allows prospective graduate students to come and network with faculty members and the dean in the School of Business. It will also feature an informational panel-led discussion. Prospective students interested in the following programs are welcome to attend: MBA (online and on-campus), M.S. Finance, and M.S. Analytics and Systems.