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Quinlan School of Business

Finance Concentration

The MBA with a finance concentration is one of the most popular areas in business studies today. Interest is driven by professional opportunities in business, investment, and finance.

Loyola's MBA with a finance concentration is well known for its practical curriculum, hands-on application, and partnered delivery with established Chicago businesses. In addition to studying relevant trends and current issues, you will employ a global perspective and gain a solid understanding of international and emerging financial systems.

Elective Courses: 3

Choose 3 of the following courses in order to obtain a Finance Concentration.

FINC 451 Financial Markets and Institutions
FINC 452 Investment Management
FINC 453 Topics in Advanced Financial Management
FINC 455 International Financial Management
FINC 456 Management of Financial Institutions
FINC 457 Cases in Corporate Finance
FINC 458 International Banking and Corporate Finance
FINC 459 Independent Study in Finance
FINC 551 Derivatives and Corporation Risk Management
FINC 552 Emerging Financial Markets
FINC 553 Applied Portfolio Management
FINC 555 Advanced Topics in International Financial Management
FINC 556 Investment Banking
FINC 557 Enterprise Risk Management
FINC 558 Valuation of Start-Ups and Other Ventures
FINC 599 Special Topics in Finance
FINC 620 Financial Mathematics and Modeling I
FINC 621 Financial Mathematics and Modeling II
FINC 622/ECON 622 Derivative Securities
FINC 623/ECON 623 Topics in Advanced Derivatives
FINC 625 Applied Econometrics
FINC 626 Credit Risk Management and Structured Finance


Quinlan School of Business · Graduate Programs Office
1 E Pearson St, Maguire Hall 204 · Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6124 · quinlangrad@luc.edu

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