MS in Banking & Financial Services Management
The online MS in Banking & Financial Services Management program prepares students for success in the fast-paced, dynamic financial sector by combining a solid foundation in general management practices with expertise in corporate finance, global markets, and the financial services industry. Students are provided with detailed coursework relating to corporate finance, global markets, and the financial services industry. Students analyze corporate operations, securities markets, and investments.
All students must demonstrate proficiency in mathematical skills by taking the online ALEKS math tutorial.
A total of 12 courses (48 credits) is required, as follows:
(six courses/24 credits)
- MET AD 731 Corporate Finance
- MET AD 642 Project Management
- MET AD 648 Ecommerce
- MET AD 655 International Business, Economics, and Cultures
- MET AD 715 Quantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making
- MET AD 741 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
(four courses/16 credits)
- MET AD 630 Financial and Managerial Accounting
- MET AD 712 Financial Markets and Institutions
- MET AD 714 Mergers and Acquisitions
- MET AD 717 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
(two courses/8 credits)
Select two additional administrative sciences graduate-level courses, with the approval of the online program coordinator.
No grade lower than B- may be applied toward degree, certificate, or diploma requirements. Students maintaining below a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) will be placed on academic probation status. Students on academic probation must make satisfactory progress toward achieving a minimum of 3.0 by the following semester, and must be in a position to graduate with a 3.0 or better within the remaining program courses. While grades of B or B- are considered passing, these grades will not assist in raising an unsatisfactory GPA to a satisfactory level. Therefore, students must obtain a minimum grade of B+ during a probation period.
Students who, in the determination of the department and based on past student performance, are not in a position to raise their GPA to the necessary level to graduate within the remaining courses, will be dismissed from the program. Students who have not removed themselves from academic probation status after one semester for full-time status or three courses for part-time status will be dismissed from the program.