Master of Finance, Guatemala and Panama

Partnership with Universidad Francisco Marroquin

Program Overview

The Tulane Master of Finance (MFIN) is a specialized program designed for students with a strong quantitative background who aspire to a career in finance. In this 12-month, 34-credit-hour graduate business degree program, students complete coursework in finance, accounting, economics and econometrics.

The program will enable you to:

  • Develop critical skills to resolve complex financial situations.
    • Work with modern systems, software and quantitative methods, and apply them to financial analysis and decision-making.
  • Gain knowledge and expertise on financial valuation and strategy.
    • Take a hands-on approach to understand valuation and develop financial strategies for international firms.
  • Obtain a global perspective of financial markets.
    • Immerse yourself in a program that will help you understand the dynamics of the world’s financial markets.
  • Enhance your career value.
    • Expand your personal network while obtaining important professional credentials.


Students enroll in a 34-hour curriculum, which includes 16 credit hours of foundation courses taught by UFM faculty and 18 credit hours of course work delivered by Tulane faculty in Panama City and Guatemala City.

Students also participate in a two-week, on-campus business module in New Orleans as part of their program curriculum. View Frequently Asked Questions on the UFM web site. 

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