Best 12 Masters of Science in Financial Analysis 2019
Students who study financial analysis examine the viability, stability and profitability of a business, project or venture. Information is garnered from financial statements and other key reports to measure a company’s financial health.
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The Master of Science in Financial Analysis and Investment Management (MS-FAIM) is focused on the quantitative techniques used in corporate financial analysis, investment
The Master of Science in Financial Analysis and Investment Management (MS-FAIM) is focused on the quantitative techniques used in a corporate financial analysis, investment portfolio management, and risk management. Its blend of theory and practice provides a grounded and practical education. Students with undergraduate degrees in disciplines such as business, economics, accounting, mathematics, statistics, engineering, and science do well in the MS-FAIM Program, but it is open to all who are qualified.
The MS-FAIM Program is part-time, lock-step and cohort-based and is taught over 5 academic quarters spanning 15 consecutive months. The program enrolls new students every July. Classes are held late afternoons and evenings at the American Management Association's Executive Conference Center, located at the Marriott Hotel at 4th and Market in San Francisco's financial district. Students take 2 classes per quarter, and classes meet once a week between Monday and Friday....
Our International Financial Analysis MSc develops an in-depth understanding of financial reporting and management in the context of the international financial environmen
Our International Financial Analysis MSc develops an in-depth understanding of financial reporting and management in the context of the international financial environment.
The global economic crisis, high-profile banking failures and increased regulatory supervision have highlighted the importance of sound financial management and robust reporting. This course has been developed specifically to meet this need.
It provides you with the quantitative and qualitative skills of analysis. You will also understand how accounting and finance expertise may be successfully combined to assess corporate performance and valuation.
The course is aimed at management, business or economics graduates, who would like to gain more specialist knowledge of issues related to financial analysis. It is also suitable for non-business graduates with good numeracy levels who wish to develop financial skills and understanding....
The Duisenberg honours programme in Financial Markets & Regulation provides students with a broad perspective on how financial markets function. This programme combin
The Duisenberg honours programme in Financial Markets & Regulation provides students with a broad perspective on how financial markets function. This programme combines the disciplines finance, accounting, law and regulation. The aim of the programme is to give you a firm grounding in these disciplines. This will enable you to make a quick start as an all-around finance professional. Multi-disciplinary trained finance professionals have a good position in the labour market. This honours programme is challenging because of extra disciplines, extra courses, extra challenging assignments and an extra leadership programme.
SPECIFIC ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
You must possess at least an accredited Bachelor’s degree (equivalent to a Dutch university Bachelor’s degree), including advanced courses in Corporate Finance, Financial Management, Financial Markets and Institutions, Business Statistics and Accounting. As this programme is selective above average performance in previous bachelor programme is required....
Focus on the theories and techniques of financial analysis as you prepare for a career in equity analysis, financial forecasting, investment banking, commercial banking,
Focus on the theories and techniques of financial analysis as you prepare for a career in equity analysis, financial forecasting, investment banking, commercial banking, corporate planning, portfolio management, pension fund management and other opportunities in the financial sector. This professional program can be completed in as little as 12 months and involves the in-depth study of mathematical finance, portfolio and risk management, linear programming, financial econometrics, numerical methods and financial management.
There are three primary objectives of the program:
The teaching of fundamental and common analytical modeling techniques required for research in a large number of quantitative fields.
The cross-fertilization that comes from sharing ideas with researchers in other disciplines, and the development of the communication skills required for this to occur.
Sufficient training of the student in his/ her chosen discipline, including coursework and a research thesis, to permit progression to a disciplinary Ph.D. program at another institution.
The programme aims to build students’ core competencies to work with economic issues at various spatial levels; international, in¬ter-regional, and local.
The focus on regional opportunities and challenges are highly relevant to both developed and developing countries. This programme provides a deepening education in the field of economics and, especially, regional economics, and will allow you to develop your analytical skills and abilities
The programme aims to build students’ core competencies to work with economic issues at various spatial levels; international, inter-regional, and local. During the first year, students learn theoretical and quantitative analytical skills. In the second year, the programme aims to further deepen the students’ competencies in the area of spatial economics. Strengthening econometric competencies is at the core of first-year’s courses. The last term is devoted to writing a comprehensive thesis, which is conducted in close collaboration with faculty. This gives you the opportunity to establish links with the research faculty and also gain insight into the academic milieu and knowledge about how to conduct research. In addition, many researchers within the economics faculty specialize within the field of regional economics, creating an excellent match....
This course is aimed at graduates who may have studied economics, finance or business-related degrees at undergraduate level. It is also suitable for those not holding a
The course aims to provide industry-ready professionals equipped with the skills needed for success in a variety of banking, finance, analysis, government and regional development careers.
You will be taught critical knowledge for Economic and Financial Analyst careers, and have extended opportunities to develop highly valued skills using industry-standard software (Bloomberg and Stata) in your analysis of real data to answer your own research questions.
All this will be done in a challenging and thought provoking manner, which questions the traditional assumptions underlying many mainstream models of societies and economies to arrive at more useful perspectives.
Our flagship finance Masters is ideal for anyone wishing to study advanced financial theory and to acquire expertise in investment analysis. You will be both supported an
Our flagship finance Masters is ideal for anyone wishing to study advanced financial theory and to acquire expertise in investment analysis. You will be both supported and challenged with an academically rigorous curriculum to ensure you gain the skills demanded by global organisations.
This Programme is one of a limited number of programmes globally which has been awarded CFA® ‘University Affiliation Program’ Status. You, therefore, have the opportunity to study for both Level I and II of the CFA® examinations whilst you study, meaning you could work towards a second qualification in addition to your MSc.
To help you prepare for this challenging course, there is a three-week induction specifically for Financial Analysis and Fund Management students beginning in September. This includes an Introduction to several of the subject areas covered in the programme, and particularly accounting....
The Financial Analysis and Business Development specialisation provides you with a distinct competitive edge in today’s global financial markets. Learn more about the stu
Master's studies in Financial Analysis and Business Development
The Financial Analysis and Business Development specialisation provides you with a distinct competitive edge in today’s global financial markets. Learn more about the studies and the tracks you can choose.
The combination of accounting and finance together with governance and commercial law will give you a comprehensive view of:
managing assets in global financial markets with multiple sources of risk
measuring, creating, and managing corporate value
analyzing profitability and value creation of businesses
international accounting practices and regulations
securing sustainable business practices and continued trust from all stakeholders
This program trains future executive managers and corporate executives of businesses and organizations specializing in all business areas related to both internal and ext
This program trains future executive managers and corporate executives of businesses and organizations specializing in all business areas related to both internal and external control processes.
The program is intended for students wishing to pursue a career in Finance (auditor, certified public accountant, etc.). Financial Analysis and Auditing is partially taught in English.
Skills gained on completion of the specialization
In technical matters:
Mastery of accounting, financial, auditing and legal procedures necessary for a good understanding of the risks that organizations face on a daily basis;
The capacity to gauge these risks as to the strategic, economic, legal and ethical context of an organization’s environment;
The integration (or due consideration) of the strategic, ethical, legal and economic context of organizations, so as to develop systems for internal and external control, to manage the identified risks and to control them.
The objective of this program is to impart a high level of expertise in corporate finance and financial analysis
Master of Science in International Finance Analysis
The objective of this program is to impart a high level of expertise in corporate finance and financial analysis. Students and professionals will explore more deeply the financial, accounting and legal techniques in order to acquire a solid expertise, essential to high-level positions. The training also prepares many degrees and/or professional certifications (AMF, CFA, BAT, etc.).This one-year program combines courses mainly conducted by industry experts with a long-term internship that allows students to apply the acquired knowledge. Graduates are recruited as: financial analyst (buy side/sell side), credit analyst, corporate analyst (mergers and acquisitions, private equity, primary activities, etc.), asset manager, fund manager, financial expert, expert in real estate asset management, investment adviser, expert in risk management, financial communication manager, compliance manager, financial management, etc.Courses...
Gordon’s Master of Science in Financial Analysis (MSFA) is both a good fit for those looking to further their business and finance careers, and for those looking to trans
Business scandals have shown us that details can’t be taken for granted. This means that companies and organizations are not just hiring analysts who can crunch numbers, but who will do so while adhering to high ethical standards. At Gordon, the business model is different. Within our Christian framework, business and financial services—like in the Parable of the Talents—can serve as a medium for social good, stewardship, justice, and love.
Find your fit
This program is great for students from all four-year, academic backgrounds—whether you have a Bachelor of Arts, Science or Applied Science on your college diploma. Gordon’s Master of Science in Financial Analysis (MSFA) is both a good fit for those looking to further their business and finance careers, and for those looking to transition into a finance or business career from the humanities, social sciences or STEM-related fields....