Walsh College

Dual Degree MBA / MSF


Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Finance

For students who desire both the prestige of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the financial focus of the Master of Science of Finance (MSF), the Dual MBA/MSF degree allows students to complete both masters degrees in one program.

Upon successful completion of all required courses for the Dual MBA/MSF, graduates will receive both degrees.

The Dual MBA/MSF consists of 21 courses for 60 credits.

Graduate Program Launch

All Dual MBA/MSF students will participate in a required one-day, on-campus orientation program before their classes begin. There will be an overview of your program, a review of student services, team building and networking opportunities. (0 cr; REQUIRED). The Graduate Program Launch will be held on campus.


 Core Courses (18 courses 51 credits)

COM 510   Communication and Success Strategies (3 cr)*
QM 520      Business Analytics (3 cr)*
MGT 501    Management (3 cr)
ACC 510     Financial & Managerial Accounting (3 cr)
MKT 550    Marketing Fundamentals (3 cr)
FIN 510      Financial Management (3 cr)
MKT 554    Marketing Management (2 cr)
COM 515   Professional Communications (1 cr)
MGT 565    Operations Management (3 cr)
IT 520         Information Technology (3 cr)
FIN 515      Financial Markets (3 cr)
BL 556       Business Law (3 cr) 
ECN 523    Global Economics (3 cr)
MGT 670   Strategy (3 cr)
MGT 680   Capstone Course (3 cr)
FIN506      Financial Statement Analysis (3 cr)
FIN 521     Investments (3 cr)

Capstone Course (choose one):
FIN 550    Case Studies in Corporate Finance (3 cr)
FIN 551    ACG Cup (3 cr)

 Specializations (must choose one - 3 courses, 9 credits)

Financial Management

Financial Services


FIN 504
Financial Theory and Practice

FIN 509
Bank and Financial Institution Management

ECN 522
Health Economics

FIN 512
International Finance

FIN 520
Real Estate

ECN 527
Managerial Economics

FIN 587
Business Valuation

FIN 532
Portfolio Analysis

ECN 580
Monetary and Fiscal Policy Seminar

*Both graduate gateway courses (COM 510 and QM 520) must be completed with a “B” (3.000) or higher to continue on in the program. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.000 must be earned while in residence.  All other courses must be completed with a “C” (2.000) or higher.

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