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Master of Business Administration

The finance concentration is designed to provide greater study for financial managers or those who wish to broaden their career opportunities through training in financial theory and practice.  Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to apply financial management principles to work with individuals and corporations to achieve their financial goals.

Concentration Objective

Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to apply financial management principles to work with individuals and corporations to achieve their financial goals.

Concentration Course List

FIN6100 Corporate Finance 3 credits 6 weeks

This course provides an in-depth review of organizational finances as applied to financial analysis and control. The influence of regulatory and environmental factors will be considered.

Prerequisite:
FIN5060
with a minimum grade of B

FIN6110 Financial Planning 3 credits 6 weeks

This course provides an overview of financial planning for individual and family investments within profit and not-for-profit applications. The creation of financial investment plans and financial consulting will be practiced.

FIN6120 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 credits 6 weeks

This course provides a review of the behaviors of the financial markets and institutions that impact the economy.

Prerequisite:
FIN6100

FIN6130 Investments 3 credits 6 weeks

This course provides an analysis of financial principles for organizational investments in financial markets and investment alternatives. Portfolio management using valuation principles and investment instruments will be practiced.

Prerequisite:
FIN6110
FIN6120

Admission Requirements

The University has set the following requirements for these graduate programs:

  • A baccalaureate or graduate degree from a college or university accredited by a re-gional accrediting body or the ABHE verified on original transcripts sent by the institution directly to Ohio Christian University.
  • An undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher from the baccalaureate degree granting institution.

Any applicant not meeting the above-stated requirements may petition for consideration.