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Master of Science in Finance (MS), University of Colorado Denver Business School (CU Denver)

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Dual Degree Options | MS in Finance and Risk Management


Dual MBA/MS Finance and Risk Management

The dual degree allows ​students to obtain the generalist MBA degree and the specialization of the MS with fewer courses than it would take to earn them separately. This is accomplished by recognizing required and elective courses common to both program​s.

The dual MS Finance and Risk Management/MBA program requires 66 semester hours (22 courses) including the full MS Finance curriculum plus the MBA requirements. Contact your graduate advisor for details.

If you want both your MS in Finance and Risk Management and the career advantages of an MBA's broad knowledge base consider doing both.

These requirements are subject to change. Please contact your advisor for current updates.

Admission standards are specific and varied for each degree. Therefore, applicants must meet specific admission standards for the degree for which they apply.

If students choose to pursue a dual degree after they have joined a graduate program, they must meet the admissions requirements of the degree they intend to add, irrespective of their performance in their current program.

MS Finance and Risk Management/MA Economics

The University of Colorado Denver Business School has teamed up with the University of Colorado Denver department of Economics to offer a dual MS in Finance and Risk Management and MA in Economics.

Check with your advisor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the department of economics for their course requirements.

See your graduate advisor for details.

Classes for this dual may include
  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Macroeconomic Theory
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Econometrics 
  • Financial Management
  • Macroeconomics and Financial Markets
  • Investment Management Analysis
  • Futures and Options
  • Survey of Financial Derivatives
  • Real Options and Decisions Under Uncertainty

Additional economics and finance electives are also required. Contact your graduate advisor for more details.

Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC)

When you finish your course work with the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado come and add an MBA or MS in Finance and Risk Management degree with the University of Colorado Denver Business School.

We have teamed up with the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) to allow graduates of their program to continue their education with either an MS in Finance and Risk Management or an MBA. GSBC is located at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Find out more about this program.

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