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M.S. in Risk Management Programs
Required courses in Risk Management (all courses are 3 credits)

The following courses are required of all M.S. in Risk Management students. All courses are 3 credits. Students may not enroll in these courses until general prerequisites for admission listed above have been completed.

    

Accounting Concentration
(30 credits)
Finance Concentration
(30 credits)
DFA Modeling Concentration
(30 credits)
RM 701 Enterprise Risk Management(Fall)
RM 701 Enterprise Risk Management (Fall)
 
RM 701 Enterprise Risk Management (Fall)
RM 705 Risk Transfer to Financial Markets
(Fall, Spring)
RM 705 Risk Transfer to Financial Markets
(Fall, Spring)
 
RM 705 Risk Transfer to Financial Markets
(Fall, Spring)
RM 706 Risk Transfer to Insurance Markets
(Fall, Spring, Summer)
RM 706 Risk Transfer to Insurance Markets
(Fall, Spring, Summer)
 
RM 706 Risk Transfer to Insurance Markets
(Fall, Spring, Summer)
ECO 715 Advanced Corporate Finance
(Fall, Spring)
RM 702 Accounting for Risk Management
(Fall)
ECO 715 Advanced Corporate Finance
(Fall, Spring)
RM 704 Risk Measurement (Fall)
 
RM 704 Risk Measurement (Fall)
RM 713 Advanced Derivatives (Spring)
ACC 712 Advanced Financial Accounting Theory
(Fall, Spring)
RM 707 Financial Statement Analysis & Credit Risk Management
(Spring)
CSCI 761 Numerical Methods
(Spring)
ACC 723 Advanced Auditing Theory and Practice
(Fall, Spring)
RM 708 Financial Econometrics
(Spring)
RM 708 Financial Econometrics
(Spring)
ACC 747 Communications and Accountants (Fall, Spring)
RM 709 Portfolio Management (Spring)
RM 709 Portfolio Management
(Spring) (or RM 703)
ACC 757 Taxation of Business Entities
(Fall, Spring)
RM 710 Fixed Income Instruments
(Fall)
RM 710 Fixed Income Instruments
(Fall) (or RM 715)
RM 790 Applied Dynamic Financial Analysis
(capstone) (Spring)
RM 790 Applied Dynamic Financial Analysis
(capstone) (Spring)
RM 791 Dynamic Financial Analysis Modeling
(capstone) (Spring)

 

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