Students who want to earn their certification in two different areas should consider earning a dual degree. Dual degrees allow students to complete two different educational programs at the same time and typically in less time than each individual degree would require.
Individuals who are interested in accounting, banking, investment, and other aspects of the financial world may be drawn to earning a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in finance. This degree requires about two years of schooling after earning a Bachelor, and may help improve skills and knowledge.
AUST: American University of Science and Technology
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been designed to provide the appropriate academic preparation for individuals to hold professional careers in eith
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been designed to provide the appropriate academic preparation for individuals to hold professional careers in either the private or the public sector. It is a comprehensive program directed to equip students with the theoretical basis complemented with necessary tools, techniques, skills, and applications to cope with the complexities and demands of the internal and external business environments and to make better decisions.
The program builds on and develops fundamental knowledge in the area of finance. Students are guided and mentored as to the appropriate pedagogical methodologies that are essential to acquiring critical analytical skills and research capabilities. The individual course of study follows a personalized, interdisciplinary curriculum developed in conjunction with the graduate advisor. The program is a 39 credit-hour, self-contained program. The length of the program for a full-time student is normally two years, but the degree may be earned in less time by attending summer session courses....
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
You will explore methods for determining the cash-flow and stock price implications of strategic decisions such as plant and equipment additions, acquisitions, new produc
Improve your ability to interpret financial reports, and learn the language and techniques of finance—whether you are new to finance or just want to sharpen existing skills. Senior members of the Kellogg School's world renowned faculty lead this introductory program which empowers you with concepts to understand and predict the financial implications of managerial decisions.
The program provides a comprehensive view of shareholder value creation and the key role managers play in the process. You will explore methods for determining the cash-flow and stock price implications of strategic decisions such as plant and equipment additions, acquisitions, new product introductions, and credit and payment policies....
Since 2015, ASE has been offering two certificate programs as part of its Executive Education portfolio: the Certificate in Impact Evaluation and Certificate in Quantitat
The Executive Education Program
Since 2015, ASE has been offering two certificate programs as part of its Executive Education portfolio: the Certificate in Impact Evaluation and Certificate in Quantitative Finance. The Certificate in Impact Evaluation trains students in the design and implementation of impact evaluation studies, analysis and interpretation of experimental and quasi-experimental data sets. It also introduces students to implementation strategies of public policy reforms. The course modules include Introduction to statistical software, Experimental methods and Cost-effectiveness analysis. The program distinguishes itself through its pragmatic teaching approach that focuses on real-life cases and program management. The Certificate in Quantitative Finance seeks to train students in the applications of mathematical and statistical methods to Finance and Management. The program also provides training in market finance and auditing with the aim of preparing students for management in the banking sphere. Some of the modules include Financial Markets, Statistics and Applies Econometrics. Both programs are open to professionals holding a least a Master’s degree who have a desire to understand public policy systems, finance and project management....
This option is designed for professionals looking to learn or update their skills and ability to contribute to enterprise risk planning and execution. This program provid
In collaboration with Boston University Metropolitan College (BU MET), Luxembourg School of Business (LSB) has designed a new program enabling eligible students to earn both an MBA at LSB and a master of science at BU MET. By combining the LSB MBA with the BU MET master’s degree, you may acquire a more specialized set of competencies in a specific field of interest, including project management, enterprise risk management, and global marketing management. Students enrolled in this program will have the opportunity to complete both degree programs simultaneously.
This option is designed for professionals looking to learn or update their skills and ability to contribute to enterprise risk planning and execution. This program provides the necessary tools and concepts to plan, prevent and—when needed—successfully respond to disruptions in complex business operations.
ZSEM’s MBA in Corporate Finance is intended for everyone that wishes to start a career in the private sector in the area of corporate finance. The curriculum of this prog
ZSEM’s MBA in Corporate Finance is intended for everyone that wishes to start a career in the private sector in the area of corporate finance. The curriculum of this program offers a broad and interdisciplinary education, but also centers on specific and special knowledge in the area of business administration, with a focus on quantitative courses in economics. This program is also well suited for financial analysts, accounting experts, a well as managers that wish to expand their skills to include knowledge in the areas of finance and accounting.
This program contains an optimal combination of courses in both finance and accounting. In the financial courses, students will learn about the financial management of organizations, financial institutions and markets, financial derivates, and how to analyze financial reports. At the conclusion of the financial part of the program, students will have an opportunity to manage investments in a practical example....