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Risk Management


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.

    

Required Courses
(12 credits)
Accounting
Concentration
(18 credits)
Finance
Concentration
(18 credits)
DFA Modeling
Concentration
(18 credits)
RM 701 Enterprise
 Risk Management
(Fall)
RM 704 Risk
 Measurement
(Fall)
RM 702 Accounting
for Risk Management
(Fall)
RM 702 Accounting for
Risk Management
(Fall)
RM 705 Risk Transfer
to Financial Markets
(Fall, Spring)
ECO 715 Advanced
Corporate Finance
(Fall, Spring)
RM 704 Risk
Measurement
(Fall)
ECO 715 Advanced
Corporate Finance
(Fall, Spring)
RM 706 Risk Transfer
to Insurance Markets
(Fall, Spring)
ACC 712 Advanced
Financial Accounting
Theory
(Fall, Spring)
RM 707 Financial
Statement Analysis &
Credit Risk Management
(Spring)
RM 709 Portfolio
Management
(Spring) 
RM 790 Applied
Dynamic Financial
Analysis
(capstone) (Spring)
ACC 723 Advanced
Auditing  Theory and
Practice
(Fall, Spring)
RM 708 Financial
Econometrics
(Spring)
RM 710 Fixed Income
Instruments
(Fall)
 
ACC 747 Communications
 and Accountants
(Fall, Spring)
RM 709 Portfolio
Management
(Spring)
CSCI 765 Computational
Finance
(Spring)
 
ACC 757 Taxation of
Business Entities
(Fall, Spring)
RM 710 Fixed Income
Instruments
(Fall)
RM 791 Dynamic
Financial
Analysis Modeling
(Spring)

 

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Extended application date for fall admissions is now May 1, 2014.
Materials that need to be received by May 1st are the application, essay, transcript, and resume. Scores and recommendation letters will be accepted after this date.
Applications received after May 1st, may be considered at the discretion of the admissions committee.

 

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