The Tulane Executive Master of Finance (MFIN) is an accelerated alternate-weekend program designed for experienced professionals to earn the MFIN degree in 14 months. The 32-credit hour, lockstep curriculum offers basic to advanced finance knowledge and skills that professionals need to rise to higher challenges, improve career opportunities, and drive corporate growth.
In the months immediately before the MFIN curriculum begins, prep courses in accounting, spreadsheet modeling and quantitative skills help to align student skills with the requirements of the early courses in the curriculum. The subsequent orientation familiarizes new students with policies and procedures, and introduces faculty, classmates, and study teams.
Classes are held on an alternate weekend structure, wherein students attend classes on Friday evenings and Saturdays. Each set of two courses, a module, is typically completed in 7 weeks.
To earn the Master of Finance degree, students must complete the 32-credit hour, lockstep curriculum with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
|EFIN 6200||Decision Models||2|
|EFIN 6300||Financial Management I||2|
|EFIN 6310||Financial Management II||2|
|EFIN 6110||Accounting for Managers||2|
|EFIN 6120||Fincl Statement Analysis||2|
|EFIN 7160||Corporate Risk Management||2|
|EFIN 7110||Portfolio Theory||2|
|EFIN 7200||Game Theory & Finance||2|
|EFIN 7140||International Finance||2|
|EFIN 7220||Financial Modeling||2|
|EFIN 7130||Fixed Income Analytics||2|
|EFIN 7190||Energy Investment Banking||2|
|EFIN 7210||Financial Engineering||2|
|EFIN 7500||Venture Cap & Private Equity||2|
|Total Credit Hours||32|