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M.S. in Risk Management Program
Program Electives

Students who have deemed by the program director to have covered sufficient material in their undergraduate program to be exempt from one or more of their required courses should substitute courses from one of the other concentrations or may choose from the additional electives listed below:

ACC 707 Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting (Fall, Spring)

ACC 748 Advanced Accounting Information Systems (Fall, Spring)

ACC 752 Business Law (Fall, Spring)

CSCI 780 Special Topics in Computer Science

MATH 621 Probability (Fall)
Prerequisite Math 201, Calculus, or equivalent and an introductory course in probability.

MATH 622 Operations Research
Prerequisite Math 241, Introduction to Probability and Mathematical Statistics, or equivalent.

MATH 633 Statistical Inference (Spring)
Prerequisite Math 201, Calculus or equivalent and Math 611, Introduction to Mathematical Probability, or 621, Probability, or an undergraduate probability course which includes mathematical derivations.

MATH 635 Stochastic Processes (Fall)
Prerequisite Math 611, Introduction to Mathematical Probability, or 621, Probability

MATH 650.3 Topics in Mathematical Finance (Spring)

RM 703 Investment Analysis (Fall, Spring)
Prerequisite BUS 241, Corporate Finance or equivalent. Students who have taken BUS 350, Investment Analysis will not receive credit for this course and should take an alternative course from within the program.

RM 792 Special Topics in Risk Management

Note: Electives not on the list may be substituted with permission of the program director.


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