University of the Southwest

Master of Business Administration - Finance

The MBA in finance is a 36 credit hour program delivered entirely online. The program is designed for individuals seeking their CFP certification, securities license, and/or a career in the financial services sector. Students can complete the program in 12 months and quickly gain a professional edge by working with instructors who are industry leaders in financial planning, consulting, and investment analysis. The program includes the practical application of financial concepts, methodologies, and techniques aimed at providing students a competitive advantage in a dynamic career field. All course materials, including textbooks and supplemental resources, are included with program tuition. Students in the program also receive a laptop computer with their first paid course. As part of a university commitment to servant leadership and making higher-education affordable, the first course in the program is offered to students FREE of charge. Upon application/admission to the program, some students might be eligible to receive course credit for professional training/certifications in their field of employment.

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