Department of Finance

Certificates

Corporate Finance Certificate

The Corporate Finance Certificate prepares students for corporate finance careers, and for careers in financial firms that advise nonfinancial firms and assist them in the implementation of their financial strategies (investment banks, consulting firms, private equity funds). A typical first position in this career track may be that of a financial analyst. In corporations, roles could include project evaluation (capital budgeting), budgeting, financial modeling, financial planning, controlling, valuation, and business development research. Higher-level corporate positions include that of a treasurer or chief financial officer of a firm.

  • Corporate Finance Certificate Curriculum

    (need 9 credit hours)

    • FINA 7A10 Intermediate Corporate Finance Valuation (REQUIRED)
    • FINA 7A20 Capital Markets (REQUIRED)
    • FINA 7A30 Advanced Corporate Finance (REQUIRED)
    • FINA 7A33 Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures (REQUIRED)
    • FINA 7360 International Finance (REQUIRED)

    Elective certificates are only offered to actively-enrolled MBA and MS students. The only exception applies to MBA and MS alumni, who may also return to pursue certificates.