Areas of Study

Master of Financial Analysis

Our master of financial analysis (MFinA) program positions you for higher salaries and quicker advancement in:

  • Investment firms
  • Wealth management firms
  • Financial institutions
  • CPA firms
  • Corporate accounting and finance departments
  • Other business enterprises

In as short a period as one year, you’ll master a range of technical and soft skills through our innovative core curriculum. You’ll integrate data analytics into financial decision-making and accounting, understand the latest advances in portfolio management and financial statement analysis, and be ready for the ever-changing regulatory and professional environments.

The MFinA coursework consists of six core courses and four elective courses. You choose elective courses based on your desired career path:

  • Certified financial planner (CFP)
  • Chartered financial analyst (CFA)
  • Certified public accountant (CPA)

  • Data Management and Analytics
  • Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
  • Modern Portfolio Management: Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking
  • Financial Regulation and Professional Responsibilities
  • Behavioral Finance and Professional Relationships
  • Integrated Financial Analysis and Strategy

  • Wealth Management, Financial Planning and Personal Hedging Strategy (CFP/CFA)
  • Advanced Corporate Finance (CFA)
  • International Accounting and Finance (CFA/CPA)
  • Advanced Tax Planning and Tax Research (CFP/CPA)
  • Emerging Assurance Technologies (CPA)
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (CFA/CFP)
  • Advanced Derivatives Analysis (CFA)
  • Cybersecurity for Finance and Accounting Professionals (CFA/CPA/CFP)


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