The Master of Business Administration/Master of Finance (MBA/MFIN) dual degree program is designed to offer either a general management education, i.e., the MBA degree, to students new to the study of business or an advanced and more specialized business education to students with a business degree and/or significant business experience, along with allowing students to focus more on their studies in finance.


Students entering the program will also need to show evidence that they have completed at least one statistics course in their undergraduate degree or satisfy the statistics requirement by taking MIM 724.  Students without a statistics class may either complete an acceptable undergraduate course or a non-credit statistics tutorial offered for a fee by the college.


MFin Core (18 hours)
MIM 722 Fixed Income & Derivatives I3
MIM 724 Quantitative Analysis3
MIM 730 Financial Statement Analysis I3
MIM 734 Equity Analysis3
MSF 735 Portfolio Management3
MBA 711 Managerial Finance or MBA 712 Advanced Managerial Finance3
MBA Core
MBA 771 Leadership & Organizational Behavior3
MBA 775 Business Policy & Managerial Action3
MBA Functional Core
MBA 701 Financial Reporting for MBA's or 702, 717, 739; ACC 521, 538, 544, 579 or3
MBA 761 Marketing Management or MBA 765, 767 or3
BIA 731 Information Technology Management or any 700 level BIA course or3
Elective Group #1 (3 hours) Students must choose from one of the following:3
MIM 732 Economics of Investment Management
MBA 741 Economic Analysis for Managers
MBA 742 Seminar in Applied Managerial Economics
Elective Group #2 (3 hours) Students must choose from one of the following:3
MIM 720 Ethical & Professional Standards
MBA 776 Business, Ethics & Society
Elective Group #3 (3 hours) 3
Students must choose one elective from MBA finance, MIM or MSF offerings (subject to MFIN Director approval
Electives (6 hours)6
Students must take one course in each of the two following functional areas: Accounting, economics, BIA or marketing
Total Credits48