The International Master of Finance (MFIN) program is a curriculum designed for students recruited by partner institutions in Latin America and China who wish to pursue the Tulane MFIN degree. Tulane offers this program in cooperation with Universidad Francisco Marroquin (UFM) in Guatemala and Panama and UCASS (University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) in China.
UFM students enroll in a 34-hour curriculum, which includes 16 credit hours of foundation courses taught by Universidad Francisco Marroquin faculty and 18 credit hours of course work delivered by Tulane faculty in Panama City and Guatemala City.
UCASS students enroll in a 36-hour curriculum, which includes 18 credit hours of foundation courses taught by UCASS faculty and 18 credit hours of course work delivered by Tulane faculty in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China.
Both UFM and UCASS students participate in an on-campus business module in New Orleans as part of their program curriculum.
Students in the International MFIN program at UFM must complete a minimum of 34 credit hours with 16 credit hours at UFM and 18 credit hours from among the following Tulane courses as part of the double degree curriculum. Students at UCASS must complete 18 credit hours of foundation courses taught by UCASS faculty and 18 credit hours from among the following Tulane courses as part of the double degree curriculum.
|GMBA 7430||Entrepreneurial Finance||3|
|GFIN 7050||Options, Futures & Deriv||3|
|GFIN 7020||Intl Financial Managemnt||1-3|
|GFIN 7060||Valuation & Finc Enterpr||3|
|GFIN 7040||Fixed Income Analytics||3|
|GFIN 7140||Portfolio Management||3|
|GFIN 7660||Risk Management||3|
|MGMT 7320||Executive Leadership||3|