Skip to header Skip to Content Skip to Footer
A professor gives a lecture in the Financial Markets Room

Business Administration & Finance & Investment Management, MBA/MSF Dual Degrees

Earn an MBA and MSF Degree at the Same Time
  • 2

    Degrees Completed

  • 6

    Entry Points Each Year

  • 103

    Among Public National Universities, U.S. News & World Report

With a dual MBA and MSF degree, graduates can become a:

Financial analysts guide businesses and individuals in decisions about expending money to attain profit. They assess the performance of stocks, bonds and other types of investments.

A financial advisor creates strategies for reducing financial risk and building wealth over the long term. They give you a game plan that puts you on track to your financial goals.

Corporate investment bankers advise companies, institutions and governments on how to achieve financial goals and implement long and short-term financial plans.

A stockbroker executes orders in the market on behalf of clients. Most stockbrokers handle transactions for a number of individual and institutional customers.

Actuaries analyze the financial costs of risk and uncertainty. They use mathematics, statistics and financial theory to assess potential risk events, and develop policies that minimize cost of that risk.

Business operations managers make all the plans for an organization. Daily responsibilities can include working on budgets for equipment and technology needed for an organization.

Project managers are responsible for planning, organizing and directing the completion of specific projects for an organization while ensuring these projects are on time, on budget and within scope.

Management analysts, often called management consultants, recommend ways to improve an organization's efficiency. They advise on how to make organizations more profitable through reduced costs and increased revenues.

program completion feature
program completion feature

Learn To

Apply theory, knowledge and skills from fundamental business disciplines to business practice

Effectively research and report information in a written document and solve complex problems or propose meaningful solutions

Understand the importance of ethics and corporate social responsibility in the context of business

Understand quantitative methods, economics, financial reporting and analysis, and corporate finance as they relate to investment management

Determine market values of equity, fixed-income, derivative and alternative investments using advanced investment tools

Dual MBA/MSF Degree Program Overview