International Finance, Certificate
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The International Finance Certificate is a unique opportunity for those with interests or careers in finance and related fields to gain specialized knowledge and skills in international finance and investments. The certificate offers courses that analyze the international financial environment and the multinational corporation, financial management of multinational corporations, international investments and portfolio management, and international corporate governance.
Certificate Requirements (12 Hours)
This program is currently restricted to students that are not already enrolled in a graduate degree program at the Darla Moore School of Business. To enroll in this graduate finance certificate, participants must have a bachelor’s degree and have basic knowledge of and/or professional experience in corporate finance and financial management. Those who lack such foundational knowledge will be required to complete a one-week intensive workshop about key finance concepts. To be awarded this certificate, participants must complete 12 credit hours as follows:
|IBUS 701||International Financial Management||3|
|IBUS 711||Global Corporate Valuation||3|
|IBUS 714||Global Equity Investments||3|
|Select three hours of the following:||3|
|Comparative Corporate Governance|
|Exploring Global Business|
|Specialized Study in International Business|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Note: Subject to approval by the Moore School International Finance certificate Committee, students may request that other courses be substituted for the courses above. The certificate provides relevant coursework to apply for graduate programs such as PMBA and MS in Finance. Subject to approval by the Moore School Graduate Program Committee, students will have the opportunity to transfer 9 credit hours into a Master program.