Master of Finance - Joint with Universidad Francisco Marroquin and CASS

The Tulane Master of Finance (MFIN) was initiated in 2004 in New Orleans. It is a specialized program designed for those who are ready to focus and advance in finance. The program consists of coursework in finance, accounting, economics and econometrics. The Master of Finance is intended for students with a strong quantitative background and who aspire to a career in finance. The MFIN is a 12-month, 34-credit-hour graduate program. There are 18 credit hours of required finance courses offered by Tulane University plus 16 credit hours of electives transferred from our dual degree partner institutions.

Tulane offers this program in Latin America and China as a dual degree program in cooperation with Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala City, Guatemala, and Panama City, Panama, and CASS (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) in China. Participants in those schools' Master of Finance program can opt to take the courses offered by Tulane in their cities and obtaining a degree from Tulane University.

The program will enable you to:

  • Develop important skills to resolve complex financial situations
    • Work with modern systems and software while working with quantitative
      methods applied to financial analysis and decision making
  • Gain knowledge and expertise on financial valuation and strategy
    • Take hands on approach to learn firm value and
      develop financial strategies for international firms
  • Obtain a Global perspective of financial markets
    • Immerse in a program that will take you to understand
      the dynamics of the world’s financial markets
  • Enhance your career value
    • Increase your personal network while obtaining important professional credentials