Overview

SPECIALIZATIONS
  • Financial Policy

    Home to the highly rigorous Master of Science in Finance, the Financial Policy specialization prepares students for roles as decision makers and policy drafters, legislators and experts. The general course sequence is as follows.

    Fall
    FI 510
    Financial Management
    FI 515
    Quantitative Investment Analysis
    EC 508
    Microeconomic Theory
    FI 505
    Financial Policy
    Spring
    FI 512
    Money & Capital Markets
    FI 522
    Bank Administration
    EC 509
    Macroeconomic Theory & Policy
    FI 506
    Mergers & Acquisitions
    Summer

    An elective and a quantitative requirement should be taken during this semester.

  • Financial Risk Strategy

    The Master of Science in Finance prepares students to excel in the highly competitive world of investment markets. The general course sequence is as follows.

    Fall
    FI 510
    Financial Management
    FI 515
    Quantitative Investment Analysis
    EC 508
    Microeconomic Theory
    FI 519
    Financial Derivatives
    Spring
    FI 512
    Money & Capital Markets
    FI 522
    Bank Administration
    EC 509
    Macroeconomic Theory & Policy
    FI 520
    Advanced Financial Derivatives
    Summer

    An elective and a quantitative requirement should be taken during this semester.

  • Real Estate

    Interdisciplinary courses covering asset and portfolio analysis, banking, quantitative methods, and economics support the real estate track, which is structured to encourage analytical thinking, creative problem solving and strategic decision making.

    Fall
    FI 510
    Financial Management
    FI 515
    Quantitative Investment Analysis
    EC 508
    Microeconomic Theory
    FI 534
    Real Estate Seminar
    Spring
    FI 512
    Money & Capital Markets*
    FI 522
    Bank Administration
    EC 509
    Macroeconomic Theory & Policy
    FI 535
    Real Estate Investment

    *FI 436 Real Estate Financing may be taken instead of FI 512.

    Summer

    An elective and a quantitative requirement should be taken during this semester.

Contacts
Program Coordinator
Dr. Robert Brooks 205-348-8987
226 Alston Hall
Box 870224
rbrooks@cba.ua.edu
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