Dual Degree MBA / MSF
We offer a dual degree program that lets you earn the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree at the same time. Complete the 22 classes for 66 credits required for the dual degree.
Our MBA program includes accounting, finance, management and other areas important to success as a business executive. MBA study builds on foundation courses common to every MBA program that teaches you to integrate the diverse skills required of business leaders. Our program also gives you an option to focus on an area of special interest by taking four courses that match your career goals. Learn more about the Walsh College MBA.
Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program
Our finance program offers education in all areas of finance, blending accounting, economics, and finance together with economic theory. Successful executives need the ability to create effective business strategies based on key financial issues, including interest rates, capital markets, investments, and financial analysis. With an MSF degree, you'll have the ability to analyze financial information and make decisions with insight and confidence. Regardless of your other educational or professional achievements, these skills will give you new strength to advance yourself in today's competitive job market. Learn more about the Walsh College MSF.
Foundation Courses (if required)
ACC 508/500 Introduction to Accounting
BL 556 Legal Issues in Management
ECN 503 Survey of Economics
MGT 555 Global Human Resources Management
MGT 565 Operations Management
QM 503 Inferential Statistics for Business Decision Making
| Core Courses
ACC 505 Managerial Accounting
ECN 523 Global Economics
FIN 506 Financial Statement Analysis
FIN 510 Financial Management
FIN 515 Financial Markets and Institutions
FIN 521 Investments
FIN 550 Case Studies in Corporate Finance
MGT 501 Management and Organizational Learning and Change
Ethics in a 21st Century Complex World
MGT 670 Strategic Management Concepts Capstone
MKT 550 Managing the Marketing Function
QM 515 Quantitative Methods
4 courses (12 semester credit hours) in Finance, Economics, Accounting or Tax.