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1 Graduate Programs Bulletin University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business Fairlane Center South Hubbard Road Dearborn, MI

2 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - DEARBORN COLLEGE OF BUSINESS GRADUATE PROGRAMS MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) Evening and Online Program Concentrations Accounting Finance Human Resource Management International Business Investment Management Information SystemsMarketing Supply Chain Management Taxation MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING (MSA) Evening Program Concentrations: Financial Accounting Taxation MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE (MSF) Evening and Online Program MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MS) Blended-requires campus presence Concentrations: Financial Analytics Information Management and Coordination Analytics Marketing Analytics Supply Chain Analytics MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (MS) Blended-requires campus presence MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (MS) Blended-requires campus presence DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Evening and Online Program Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Finance (MS in Finance) (Student-Initiated) Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Engineering-Industrial & Systems Engineering (MSE) (Student-Initiated) Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) (Student-Initiated) Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) and Master of Science in Finance (MSF) The graduate and undergraduate programs of the College of Business are accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM... 5 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS... 8 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE... 9 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT STUDENT-INITIATED DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM: MBA AND MS-FINANCE DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM: MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING AND MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE STUDENT-INITIATED DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM: MBA AND MSE IN INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STUDENT-INITIATED DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM: MBA AND MASTER OF HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COURSE WAIVERS AND EXEMPTIONS APPLICATION AND ADMISSION GUEST STUDENTS AND POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS GENERAL INFORMATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN RESIDENCY CLASSIFICATION GUIDELINES ADMINISTRATION... 44

4 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACCREDITATION The College of Business s graduate and undergraduate degree programs are accredited by AACSB-International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB-International is the premier accreditation agency for business schools. MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to be the college of choice for quality business education, preparing future business leaders for Southeastern Michigan and beyond. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to supply students with professional and technical skills essential to being successful in an evolving business environment. Each program is characterized by limited class size. We also offer students outstanding professional internship opportunities. Dual Degree program leading to both the MBA and the MS in Information System offered through evening on-campus courses. Dual Degree program leading to both the MS in Accounting and MS in Finance Dual Degree program leading to both the MBA and the Master of Science in Engineering-Industrial & Systems Engineering (MSE-I&SE) from the College of Engineering and Computer Science, offered through evening on-campus and online courses. Dual Degree program leading to both the MBA and the Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) from the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. The MBA courses are offered through evening on-campus and online courses. The average GMAT score for the most recent admitted graduate class is 580 and the average undergraduate grade point average is Undergraduate degrees in engineering, business, computer science, natural science, social or behavioral science, humanities, health care or education are all appropriate as preparation for business graduate programs. Our primary mission is complemented by our faculty's commitment to making intellectual contributions. The main focus of this intellectual process is refereed publications in nationally recognized journals that lead to contributions beneficial to academic and business professionals. GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS The University of Michigan-Dearborn (UM-D) is one of the three campuses of the University of Michigan and has been in existence since It is committed to the same rigorous academic standards and tradition of excellence for which the University of Michigan is so well known. The regional campuses, Flint and Dearborn, each have a Chancellor as chief executive officer. The President of the University, located in Ann Arbor, has responsibility for all three campuses. One Board of Regents governs the three campuses. The College of Business offers the following master degree programs, all accredited by AACSB-International: Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program, offered through evening on-campus, and online courses Master of Science (MS) in Accounting; Financial Accounting Concentration and Taxation Concentration. Master of Science (MS) in Finance, offered through evening on-campus and online courses, and in Hong Kong in collaboration with Hong Kong University, School of Professional and Continuing Education Master of Science (MS) in Information Systems degree program, offered through evening on-campus courses. Master of Science (MS) in Business Analytics, offered through evening on-campus courses. Master of Science (MS) in Supply Chain Management, offered through evening on-campus courses Dual Degree program leading to both the MBA and the MS in Finance, offered through evening oncampus and online courses. 4

5 MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The MBA is tailored for busy professionals working full-time. Courses are offered on weekday evenings as well as online. The MBA program is right for you if you want to: Pursue an MBA while balancing your job, travel, or life commitments. Expand your network of professional relationships. Interact with a talented and experienced faculty as well as talented and experienced fellow students. Customize your degree with specialized electives that allow you to earn a concentration in Finance, International Business, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Supply Chain Management, or Accounting. Students may earn their degree entirely through on-campus evening courses, or entirely through online MBA courses, or through a mixture of both. Online MBA courses are the same courses as taught on the Dearborn campus, taught by the same full-time faculty. There is no distinction between online MBA courses and on-campus MBA courses or the degree earned. There is no on-campus residency requirement, so students can earn their MBA from anywhere. Pursuing the MBA through online courses may be right for those who work long or unusual hours, travel extensively, live far from a good college or university, or for other personal or work reasons need the flexibility of online MBA courses. Online courses allow you to tailor the time and place of your learning to fit your work schedule and lifestyle. MBA GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal 1: Students will have an understanding of the core business disciplines and be able to apply this knowledge to global business situations. Objective 1: Students will demonstrate knowledge of disciplinary concepts, terminology, models, and perspectives. Objective 2: Students will identify business problems and apply appropriate solutions (problemfinding/problem-solving). Objective 3: Students will integrate knowledge across disciplinary areas (integrative thinking). Objective 4: Students will apply knowledge in a global environment. Goal 2: Students will be effective communicators. Objective 5: Students will effectively communicate business solutions. Goal 3: Students will appreciate the importance of ethical/corporate social responsibility principles. Objective 6: Students will identify and explain alternative approaches to ethical/corporate social responsibility issues. CURRICULUM The MBA curriculum is comprised of courses from three categories. To earn the MBA requires credits distributed as follows: MBA Core Courses hrs MBA Applied Integrated Management (AIM) Courses hrs Electives/Concentration...9 hrs Total Credits Required hrs The total number of credits required to earn the degree will be reduced for those receiving core course waivers, as discussed in the Course Waivers and Exemptions section of this Bulletin. A minimum of 36 graduate credits is required for the MBA. The MBA curriculum requirements are the same whether the degree is pursued through online courses or evening, on-campus courses. However, there may be fewer elective courses and concentrations available for students doing their MBA entirely through online courses. However, all concentrations can be earned by those able to take elective courses on campus. MBA Core Courses hrs Core courses are designed to provide students with exposure to the functional areas of business. They provide the foundation for MBA AIM courses and electives/concentration courses. MBA core course waivers reduce the number of credits required to complete the MBA degree; however, a minimum of 36 graduate credit hours is required to graduate. Refer to this topic under the Course Waivers and Exemption section of this Bulletin for detailed information. ACC505 Developing and Interpreting Financial Information...3 hrs BPS 516 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 hrs OB 510 Organization Behavior...3 hrs MKT 515 Marketing Management...3 hrs DS 520 Applied Statistical Modeling...3 hrs OM 521 Operations Management...3 hrs MIS 525 Computer and Information Systems...3 hrs BE 530 Economic Analysis: Firm and Consumer...3 hrs FIN 531 Finance Fundamentals and Value Creation...3 hrs MBA AIM (Applied Integrated Management Courses hrs The AIM courses provide an integrated perspective needed to master today s complex business problems. International Business... 3 hrs Choose one course from: BE 583 The Global Economy: Crisis and Growth...3 hrs FIN 655 International Financial Management...3 hrs MKT 6XX* International Marketing...3 hrs **Course number TBD Capstone... 3 hrs BPS 535 Strategic Planning and Decision Making...3 hrs 5

6 Additional AIM courses... 6 hrs Choose two courses (6 credits) from: BPS 585 Managing Stategic Innovation and Change.. 3 hrs ACC 616 Corporate Actions and Reactions and Their Relationship to Firm Value... 3 hrs Additional Courses TBD MBA Electives or Optional Concentration 9 hrs Students complete the MBA program by choosing at least three graduate advisor-approved elective courses (9 credits) tailored to their individual interests. No more than three graduate credits can be taken from units other than the College of Business. Elective courses must be approved by the Graduate Program Advisor in advance of course election. Courses cannot be taken off-campus except by prior permission of the Academic Standards Committee. The Committee will consider a request to take a course off-campus only if there are unusual, extenuating circumstances. Tailor the degree to your own interests with an optional concentration in any of the areas listed below. No single course may be counted toward more than one MBA requirement or concentration. MBA Breadth Requirement (3, 4, 5 Rule) Complete AIM courses in at least 3 different disciplines Complete more than 4 AIM, Concentration, and Elective courses (12 credits) in any one discipline Complete graduate business courses in at least 5 different disciplines. FINANCE Required FIN 581 Choose two courses from: FIN 650 FIN 651 FIN 652 FIN 654 FIN 655 Topics in Corporate Finance... 3 hrs Corporate Valuation and Strategy... 3 hrs Investment Process, Analysis and Management... 3 hrs Derivatives and Risk Management... 3 hrs Financial Intermediation... 3 hrs International Financial Management... 3 hrs HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HRM 561 Human Resource Management... 3 hrs OB 560 Management Skills Development... 3 hrs OB 610 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management... 3 hrs INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Choose three courses from: FIN 655 International Financial Management... 3 hrs MKT 622 Global Marketing... 3 hrs OB 610 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management... 3 hrs OM 571 Supply Chain Management... 3 hrs INVESTMENT Required MBA Business Communication Requirement FIN 561 Investment Process, Analysis & Mgmt... 3 hrs Two, 4-hour workshops in Business Writing and Business Presentation skills are required for the MBA degree. MBA CONCENTRATIONS MBA concentrations are available to students wishing to specialize in one of the following areas. Students are not required to select a concentration. More than one concentration may be earned. Some concentrations can be completed with online coursework and others may require campus presence. Concentrations are awarded at the time of graduation. ACCOUNTING Choose three courses from: ACC 601 ACC 603 ACC 604 ACC 605 ACC 608 Advanced Accounting Information Systems 3 hrs Controllership... 3 hrs Issues in Auditing and Forensic Examination... 3 hrs International Accounting and Taxation... 3 hrs Financial Statement Analysis... 3 hrs Choose two courses from: FIN 652 Derivatives and Risk Management... 3 hrs FIN 653 Current Issues in Investments and Capital Markets... 3 hrs FIN 654 Financial Intermediation... 3 hrs FIN 655 International Financial Management... 3 hrs FIN 656 Fixed Income Securities... 3 hrs MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Choose any three MIS graduate courses other than MIS 525. MARKETING Required MKT 565 Advanced Marketing Management... 3 hrs Choose two courses from: MKT 620 Understanding Customers... 3 hrs MKT 621 Advertising and Promotion... 3 hrs MKT 628 Turning Data into Revenue... 3 hrs 6

7 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Required OM 571 Supply Chain Management... 3 hrs Choose two courses from: OM 661 Supply Chain Logistics Management... 3 hrs OM 664 Strategic Sourcing... 3 hrs OM 665 Information Technology in Supply Chain Management... 3 hrs TAXATION Choose three courses from: TAX 510 TAX 611 TAX 615 TAX 627 Fundamentals of Corporate Income Taxation 3 hrs Advanced Corporate Income Taxation... 3 hrs Flow through Entities... 3 hrs Survey of International Income Tax Issues.. 3 hrs Credits required for MBA degree hours MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING The Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) serves professionals in public accounting, controllership, corporate accounting, and taxation. It provides those with bachelor degrees in accounting with the appropriate number of business and accounting credits required to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Exam in Michigan. UM-D students who are close to finishing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting, and have been admitted to the MS-Accounting program, may take up to six graduate credits during their final term of undergraduate coursework. MSA PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal: MS in Accounting students will be able to integrate theory and applications in a wide variety of business situations. Objectives MS in Accounting students will: Be able to effectively communicate ideas orally, in writing, and using computer technologies. Integrate multiple sources of information to formulate solutions to complex business issues. Apply standards and regulations that affect multinational businesses. Apply standards of practice to business situations. CURRICULUM The Master of Science in Accounting Program consists of 30 credits of accounting, taxation and advisor approved elective courses. Students must choose one of two concentrations within the MS-Accounting degree the Financial Accounting concentration or the Taxation concentration. 7 COURSES REQUIRED FOR THE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING CONCENTRATION Required... ACC 601 ACC 603 ACC 604 ACC 605 ACC 520 TAX 510 LE hrs Advanced Accounting Information Systems 3 hrs Controllership...3 hrs Issues in Auditing and Forensic Examination3 hrs International Accounting and Taxation...3 hrs Communications for the Accounting and Tax Professional...3 hrs Fundamentals of Corporate Taxation...3 hrs Commericial Transactions...3 hrs Electives Required for the Financial Accounting Concentration... 9 hrs Choose three courses from: ACC 516 ACC 539 BE 583 BI 500 DS 520 FIN 581 FIN 651 FIN 652 FIN 653 MIS 525 MIS 575 MIS 640 MIS 641 MIS 642 MIS 643 MKT 622 MKT 625 OM 660 TAX 501 TAX 502 TAX 603 TAX 611 TAX 615 TAX 622 TAX 627 TAX 630 TAX 680 Advanced Accounting...3 hrs Government/Not for Profit Accounting...3 hrs The Global Economy: Crisis and Growth...3 hrs Business Internship...3 hrs Applied Statistical Modeling...3 hrs Topics in Corporate Finance...3 hrs Investment Process, Analysis and Management...3 hrs Derivatives and Risk Management...3 hrs Topics in Investments and Capital Markets...3 hrs Computer and Information Systems...3 hrs Information Management...3 hrs Information Systems Development...3 hrs Computer Networking...3 hrs Information Technology Security...3 hrs Information Technology Project and Change Management...3 hrs Global Marketing...3 hrs Global Sourcing and Logistics...3 hrs Analysis & Design of Supply Chains...3 hrs Income Tax Accounting Rules and Timing Issues...3 hrs Income Taxation of Property Transactions I...3 hrs Income Taxation of Property Transactions II...3 hrs Advanced Corporate Income Taxation...3 hrs Flow through Entities...3 hrs Estate and Gift Taxation...3 hrs International Income Taxation...3 hrs State and Local Taxation...3 hrs Special Topics in Taxation...3 hrs Courses Required for the Taxation Concentration... 9 hrs Required ACC 520 TAX 510 TAX 615 Communications for Accounting and Tax Professionals...3 hrs Fundamentals of Corporate Income Taxation...3 hrs Flow through Entities...3 hrs Tax Electives Required for the Taxation Concentration hrs

8 Choose five courses from: Goal 1: Students will acquire discipline-specific knowledge in business analytics. TAX 501 TAX 502 TAX 603 TAX 611 TAX 622 TAX 627 TAX 630 TAX 680 Income Tax Accounting Rules and Timing Issues... 3 hrs Income Taxation of Property Transactions I... 3 hrs Income Taxation of Property Transactions II... 3 hrs Advanced Corporate Income Taxation... 3 hrs Estate and Gift Taxation... 3 hrs International Income Taxation... 3 hrs State and Local Taxation... 3 hrs Special Topics in Taxation... 3 hrs (maximum of 6 credits) Objectives: Students will: 1a: Explain and evaluate business analytics approaches and functions. 1b: Explain and evaluate relevant business analytics tools and techniques. 1c: Effectively communicate business ideas verbally and in writing. Goal 2: Students will develop analytical skills for business problems. Objectives: Students will: Electives Required for the Taxation... 6 hrs Six credit hours, advisor approved elective coursework from College of Business graduate level courses. Credits required for the MS-Accounting degree 30 hours Note: ACC 608 does not carry credit toward degree in the MS- Accounting Program. MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS The Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) program is designed for students who want to solve important business problems through the analysis of data and statistics. The program trains students to become data scientists, an important new career field in which professionals use algorithms and formulas to identify which business problems to solve, then devise strategies to solve them. Students with a mind for math and statistics, regardless of their undergraduate major, may pursue this professional degree path. The MS-BA program is right for you if you want to: Learn application of quantitative and analytical skills through data analysis for problem solving in various business domains. Pursue a master s degree while balancing your job, travel, or life commitments. Expand your network of professional relationships. Interact with a talented and experienced faculty as well as talented and experienced fellow students at a prestigious institution with one of the nation s top business school rankings. Courses are available on campus through weekday evening offerings and students have the flexibility to choose some limited online courses. The program requires a campus presence. 2a: Formulate business analytics problems. 2b: Synthesize relevant business analytics information. 2c: Evaluate business analytics solution alternatives. 2d: Analyze business analytics problem-solving approaches. CURRICULUM The Master of Science in Business Analytics program consists of 30 graduate credits. Up to 6 graduate transfer credits may be applied to the degree. Up to two of the following Business Analytics Core and Concentration courses can be exempted at the discretion of the program faculty: ACC 505, BE 530, DS 520, MIS 525, MKT 515, FIN 531 and OM 521. Exempted credits must be satisfied through other advisor-approved graduate courses. Regardless of waivers and/or exemption credits received, the MS-BA degree requires a minimum of 24 credits of program course work to be completed at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. University of Michigan Dearborn undergraduate students, who have been admitted into the Master of Science in Business Analytics program, may take up to six graduate credits (with the approval of their academic advisor) during the final semester of undergraduate coursework. If such students do not finish their undergraduate work in the transition semester, they must successfully finish their undergraduate degree prior to taking any additional graduate-level courses. Business Analytics Core Courses hrs DS 520 DS 570 DS 630 DS 631 DS 632 MIS 575 MKT 628 OM 665 Applied Statistical Modeling... 3 hrs Management Science... 3 hrs Applied Forecasting... 3 hrs Decision Analysis... 3 hrs Computer Networking... 3 hrs Information Management... 3 hrs Turning Data into Revenue... 3 hrs Information Technology in Supply Chain Management... 3 hrs MS-BA PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The program aims to help students achieve the following educational goals: 8

9 Choose 15 credits from one concentration area from the following: Supply Chain Analytics hrs 5 courses/15 credits from: MIS 525 OM 521 OM 571 OM 661 OM 664 OM 665 BA 690 BA 691 Computerized Information Systems... 3 hrs Operations Management... 3 hrs Supply Chain Management... 3 hrs Supply Chain Logistics Management... 3 hrs Strategic Sourcing... 3 hrs Information Tech. in Supply Chain Mgmt... 3 hrs Graduate Research... 3 hrs Graduate Seminar... 3 hrs Marketing Analytics hrs 5 courses/15 credits from: MKT 515 MKT 565 MKT 620 MKT 625 MKT 628 BA 690 BA 691 Marketing Management... 3 hrs Advanced Marketing Management... 3 hrs Understanding Customers... 3 hrs Global Sourcing and Logistics... 3 hrs Turning Data into Revenue... 3 hrs Graduate Research... 3 hrs Graduate Seminar... 3 hrs Financial Analytics hrs 5 courses/15 credits from: ACC 505 BE 530 FIN 531 FIN 581 FIN 650 FIN 651 FIN 655 BA 690 BA 691 Developing and Interpreting Financial Information... 3 hrs Economic Analysis-Firm & Consumer... 3 hrs Finance Fundamentals and Value Creation.. 3 hrs Topics in Corporate Finance... 3 hrs Corporate Valuation and Strategy... 3 hrs Investment Process, Analysis and Management... 3 hrs International Financial Management... 3 hrs Graduate Research... 3 hrs Graduate Seminar... 3 hrs Information Management and Coordination Analytics hrs 5 courses/15 credits from: MIS 525 MIS 575 MIS 642 MIS 643 MIS 646 BA 690 BA 691 Computer Information Systems... 3 hrs Information Management... 3 hrs Information Assurance... 3 hrs Information Tech. Project & Change Mgnt.. 3 hrs Human Design Interaction and Interface... 3 hrs Graduate Research... 3 hrs Graduate Seminar... 3 hrs Credits required for MS in Business Analytics degree hours MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) serves the needs of current finance professionals who wish to increase their competencies in financial and investment knowledge and skills for career advancement and professional development. The MS- Finance also provides professional education for those who aspire to pursue careers in the fields of corporate financial management, financial services, investments, and risk management. The MS- Finance curriculum, which extensively incorporates the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) body of knowledge, provides a solid foundation for individuals who are interested in pursuing the CFA credentials, while offering a broad knowledge base in Finance and related disciplines for individuals who aspire to pursue other finance career paths. While the Master of Science in Finance program is designed for anyone who has an undergraduate degree from an accredited university, students generally find that a solid quantitative background in Calculus, Economics, Financial Accounting and Statistics is particularly helpful in preparing them for pursuing the MS-Finance degree. This program is tailored for busy professionals who appreciate the benefits of a flexible learning platform while receiving the tradition of excellence in finance education. Students may earn their MS-Finance degree entirely through weekday evening oncampus courses, or entirely through online courses, or through a mixture of both. Students may choose the learning platform that best fits their work schedule and lifestyle. The same full-time COB faculty teaches the online program and the on-campus program. The online program allows students to earn their degrees without setting foot on the UM-Dearborn campus. Pursuing the MS-Finance online may be right for those who work long or unusual hours, travel extensively, live far from a college or university, or for other personal or work reasons need the flexibility of online courses. University of Michigan Dearborn undergraduate students, who have been admitted into the Master of Science in Finance program, may take up to six graduate credits (with the approval of their academic advisor) during the final semester of undergraduate coursework. If such students do not finish their undergraduate work in the transition semester, they must successfully finish their undergraduate degree prior to taking any additional graduate-level courses. MS-FINANCE PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal 1: Our students will demonstrate analytical skills in solving financial problems. Objectives: Students will: 1a. analyze and manage risk in a global setting. 1b. estimate the value of real or financial assets. 1c. assess the effect of strategic financial policies on firm cash flows. Goal 2: Our students will be knowledgeable about ethical issues in finance. 9

10 Objective: Students will identify ethical perspectives on the social responsibilities of a finance professional. Goal 3: Our students will be persuasive and /or informative communicators. Objective: Students will be able to convey finance knowledge through effective communication. A maximum of three credits of Business Internship (BI 500, BI 505, or BI 560) may count as non-finance elective credit by petition. The petition must be submitted to the Student Services Office prior to the election of the Internship course. Credits required for MS-Finance degree hours CURRICULUM The MS-Finance program consists of 30 graduate credits, including up to 6 graduate transfer and/or graduate waiver credits. Admitted students will receive waiver consideration as outlined in the Course Waivers and Exemptions section of this bulletin. At least 15 of these 30 graduate credits must be from Finance courses beyond FIN 531 (Finance Fundamentals and Value Creation), and a minimum of 12 of these 15 graduate Finance credits (excluding FIN 531) must be taken from UM-D COB Finance courses. In addition, students who receive exemption(s) are required to replace the exempt credits with approved course(s) from all MS-Finance and Tax courses, ACC 600 level courses, and other graduate courses with approval of the MS-Finance Director. Students who receive an exemption from DS 520 are required to replace the DS 520 exempt credits with DS 570 or above DS course work. Though Calculus is not required for admission to the MS-Finance Program, it is one of the course prerequisites for FIN 652 (Derivatives and Risk Management) and FIN 656 (Fixed Income Securities). Hence, students are required to complete a college level Calculus course prior to their enrollment in these two courses. For MS- Finance applicants who aspire to pursue a career in the fields of investments and risk management, as well as those who are interested in pursuing the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) credentials, they are strongly recommended to satisfy the Mathematics admission requirement with a college level Calculus course. Required hrs BE 530 DS 520 FIN 531 FIN 581 FIN 651 Economic Analysis: Firm and Consumer... 3 hrs Applied Statistical Modeling... 3 hrs Finance Fundamentals and Value Creation... 3 hrs Topics in Corporate Finance... 3 hrs Investment Process, Analysis and Management... 3 hrs Choose one of the following courses: ACC 608 or BE 583 Financial Statement Analysis... 3 hrs The Global Economy: Crisis and Growth... 3 hrs Electives hrs Choose four courses (three must be FIN) from: FIN 650 Corporate Valuation and Strategy... 3 hrs FIN 652 Derivatives and Risk Management... 3 hrs FIN 653 Topics in Investments and Capital Markets.. 3 hrs FIN 654 Financial Intermediation... 3 hrs FIN 655 International Financial Management... 3 hrs FIN 656 Fixed Income Securities... 3 hrs ACC 608 Financial Statement Analysis... 3 hrs ACC 555 Cost Management... 3 hrs ACC 603 Controllership... 3 hrs BE 583 The Global Economy: Crisis and Growth... 3 hrs 10

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