Top Financial Economics Programs

Top universities offering financial economics programs:

Columbia Business School - The Finance and Economics Division of Columbia Business School offers a two-year Master of Science in Financial Economics program to train analytical- and industry-focused financial economists in dynamic asset pricing, portfolio allocation, corporate finance and optimal contracting.

Ohio University - The Department of Economics, in collaboration with the College of Business, Department of Finance and School of Accountancy, offers a Master of Financial Economics (MFE) degree which can be completed within 15 months. To finish the program, participants will complete a research project or take an internship.

University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) - The Bachelor of Arts in Financial Economics degree entails the academic study of finance with a strong foundation in the theory and application of economic principles. UDM's Economics courses maintain long-standing approval by the AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

University of Maryland, Baltimore County - It offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Financial Economics degree. Students may choose to emphasize Public Sector Finance, International Sector Finance, or Private Sector Finance within the Financial Economics major. Graduates will be prepared for entry level positions in the private sector or in government, for work and study leading to professional certification, and for graduate study.

The University of New Orleans - The University's Department of Economics and Finance offers a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Financial Economics. It is one of the first programs to formally respond to the substantial demand for financial economists in research and policy making positions in universities, business and government.

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