The growth, size, and complexity of financial markets has created a need for financial professionals who are well-equipped with theoretical and technical capabilities.

The MS in Management – Finance Analysis program provides in-depth study of the efficiency of capital markets, investment banking, financial institutions, corporate financial control, securities valuation techniques, capital budgeting, portfolio strategies, hedging and arbitrage schemes, and international fund management. You will also gain knowledge in accounting, information technology, mathematical and statistical techniques, managerial economic analysis, and will understand their applications to financial analysis.

You may also be interested in:
Graduate Certificate in Investment Management

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Required Courses (21 credits)

BUS ADM 721 Financial Accounting Theory
BUS ADM 751 Analysis of U.S. Business Environment|
BUS ADM 771 Investments|
BUS ADM 775 Financial Strategy
BUS ADM 778 Financial Institutions and Markets
BUS MGMT 705 Corporate Finance
BUS ADM 754 Statistical Analysis or
BUS MGMT 709 Analytic Models for Managers

Elective Courses (12 credits)

Students choose at least four of the following:
BUS ADM 713 Business Forecasting Methods
BUS ADM 772 Portfolio Management
BUS ADM 773 Options and Futures
BUS ADM 774 Global Financial Management
BUS ADM 779 Fixed Income Securities
BUS ADM 795 Seminar-in-Management: Behavioral Finance
BUS ADM 795 Seminar-in-Management: Corporate Restructuring: Mergers, Acquisitions, Private Equity, Leveraged Buyouts & Beyond
BUS ADM 851 Global Investments
BUS ADM 852 Venture Finance
BUS ADM 853 Financial Modeling

Additional degree requirements and course descriptions for the Master of Science in Finance Analysis can be found on the Graduate School website.

Students admitted to the MS-Finance Analysis program without sufficient background may need to complete additional courses. Please contact the Graduate Student Services Office for more information.


profile photoFloros, Ioannis (Yianni)Assistant Professor(414) 229-4369ivfloros@uwm.eduLubar Hall S430A

Associate Professor, Finance

Roger L. Fitzsimonds Junior Faculty Scholar

profile photoHao, Xiaoting(414) 229-3662haox@uwm.eduLubar Hall S418

Lecturer,  Finance

profile photoHuck, John R.(414) 229-4775huck@uwm.eduLubar Hall S436

Assistant Professor, Finance

William Nasgovitz Research Grant

profile photoKim, Yong-Cheol(414) 229-4997ykim@uwm.eduLubar Hall S430D

Associate Professor, Finance

profile photoKim, Junyong(414) 229-2483junyong@uwm.eduLubar Hall S430H

Visiting Assistant Professor, Finance

profile photoMarcus, Richard D.(414) 510-7731marcus@uwm.eduLubar Hall S430F

Associate Professor, Finance

Chair, Executive Committee

Interim Director, M&I Marshall & Ilsey Center for Business Ethics

profile photoSibilkov, Valeriy(414) 229-4369sibilkov@uwm.eduLubar Hall S430G

Hans G. Storr Associate Professor, Finance

profile photoSpellman, CFA, G. Kevin(608) 334-2110spellman@uwm.eduLubar Hall S442

Senior Lecturer, Finance

David O. Nicholas Director, Investment Management

profile photoTrick, Steven M.(414) 229-6189trick@uwm.eduLubar Hall S444

Lecturer, Finance


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