The Banking and Finance Department is comprised of internationally known faculty whose combined business experience represents more than 80 years in the field—as investment manager, venture capitalist, insurance CEO, McKinsey consultant, international banker, and CFO—and whose academic experience totals 150 years.
Faculty research encompasses the complex areas of risk management, corporate finance, banking, asset pricing, and health finance, addressed using sophisticated research tools from econometrics, statistics, operations research, large database and high frequency transaction analysis, derivatives and options, and financial contracting. Sought after by major financial institutions and corporations, as well as by media outlets that appreciate their unparalleled knowledge of financial structures, members of the Banking and Finance Department have valuable insight into the policies that shape our economy.
Our faculty also excel in teaching, employing innovative methodologies that make our courses, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, among the best in the United States. In fact, BusinessWeek ranked our undergraduate finance offerings #1 in the nation in 2010. For students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in the area, our distinctive Master of Science in Management-Finance (MS Finance) degree prepares students to make immediate and skilled contributions to corporate finance, financial modeling, valuation, derivatives, risk management, and financial econometrics.
- Master of Science in Management-Finance (MS Finance)
- MS Finance Early Admission Track for Undergraduates
- MSM Finance, Shanghai China
- BS in Management
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Director of International Finance Programs