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MBA: Finance Concentration

The Finance concentration is designed to provide a broad understanding of investment and financing related issues in corporate finance, the purpose and functions of financial markets and institutions, appropriate ways to evaluate trade-offs between risk and return and complexities associated with operating in a global economy.  Requirements for the concentration include courses in Corporate Finance, Management of Financial Institutions, Investments and International Finance.

Adviser: 
George Hachey
ghachey@bentley.edu
781-891-2514

For Students Who Have Taken GR525

COMPLETE 2 REQUIRED COURSES

FI623     Investments

FI627     Corporate Finance: Applications & Advanced Topics

COMPLETE 2 ELECTIVE COURSES

FI635     Fixed Income Valuation & Strategies

FI640     Equity Valuation

FI645     Derivatives

FI650     Advanced Portfolio Theory & Practice

FI685     Financial Strategy

FI730     Management of Financial Institutions

FI735     Mergers & Acquisitions

FI745     Real Estate Investment Analysis

FI751     International Financial Management

FI787     Large Investments & International Project Finance
 
For Students Waived From GR525
 
COMPLETE 2 REQUIRED COURSES
 
FI625 Corporate Finance: Theory, Tools and Concepts
 
FI623 Investments
 
COMPLETE 2 ELECTIVE COURSES
 
FI627     Corporate Finance: Applications & Advanced Topics

FI635     Fixed Income Valuation & Strategies

FI640     Equity Valuation

FI645     Derivatives

FI650     Advanced Portfolio Theory & Practice

FI685     Financial Strategy

FI730     Management of Financial Institutions

FI735     Mergers & Acquisitions

FI745     Real Estate Investment Analysis

FI751     International Financial Management