Preparing Students to Lead Organizations in a Global Marketplace
The Master of Science in International Business Finance (MSIBF) degree program is designed to help students develop essential skills and competencies in business finance and prepare to take on leadership positions in complex, modern organizations operating in an increasingly global business environment. The 36-credit program has a practitioner focus that facilitates the assimilation of skill sets and knowledge for those aspiring to leadership positions in organizations that require managerial expertise in financial and/or international business management, including experienced executives and mid-level managers who hold bachelor degrees in business, accounting, or finance. The curriculum provides a solid foundation in international business management with particular emphasis on the skills required for financial management in diverse cultural, economic, legal, and financial environments. Courses are offered completely online and structured in an 8-week format.
What You Will Learn in the MSIBF Program
Students will receive a solid grounding in relevant theory, applied practice, and policy-making in international business finance and management.
All candidates for the MSIBF are required to complete undergraduate courses in the following topics: financial accounting, microeconomics, finance, and statistics. Candidates that have not completed these requirements can do so through the Graduate Business Degree Preparatory Program.
- IBF-500: International Business Policy & Operations : 3 credits
- IBF-501: Comparative Economic and Political Analysis : 3 credits
- IBF-503: U.S. & International Accounting : 3 credits
- IBF-504: Corporate & Managerial Finance : 3 credits
- IBF-505: Statistics in Managerial Decision-Making : 3 credits
- IBF-506: Instruments, Options and Derivatives : 3 credits
- IBF 507: Financial Modeling : 3 credits
- IBF-508: Applied Corporate Research : 3 credits
- IBF-509: International Finance : 3 credits
- IBF-510: International Marketing : 3 credits
- IBF-511: International Human Resources : 3 credits
- IBF-512: Capstone in International Business Finance : 3 credits
Total: 36 credits
Graduates of the Master of Science in International Business Finance will be able to:
- Evaluate corporate practices required for effective financial management of international businesses.
- Apply financial modeling and forecasting for international financial management.
- Evaluate multinational management of risk and return.
- Evaluate marketing research methods and practices in global markets.
- Analyze the global human resource management processes and theoretical frameworks.
- Evaluate ethical challenges in the global financial marketplace.
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Last updated January 3, 2018