To earn a Finance MBA, students must complete the 16 credits of MBA core curriculum, corporate residency, and 12 credit hours from either the Corporate Finance or Investments coursework. You will also complete 12 credits from a second concentration of your choosing, and 15 elective credits of which 3 must be experiential in nature and 6 will be from courses offered at other schools and colleges at Northeastern to ensure that you graduate prepared to meet the interdisciplinary needs of businesses today.
Required MBA Finance MBA Course
Advanced Financial Management
Builds upon FINA 6318. Focuses on capital allocation and both equity and fixed-income markets. Covers the fundamentals of stock and bond valuation, as well as a brief review of macroeconomic concepts including the role of the Federal Reserve, growth, and inflation. Culminates with coverage of firm capital structure and the weighted average cost of capital. (FINA 6320 | 3 credits)
Choose One Area of Focus
Prepare for roles in which you manage other people’s money with deep dives into reporting, analysis, tracking results, communicating with clients and monitoring changes in the market.
Focus on financial results by company, division, product, or business unit; getting deep understanding of budgeting, forecasting, and analysis.
The curriculum is subject to change by D’Amore-McKim faculty. Please monitor for updates.