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School of Business and Economics
Atlantic International University

The Master of Finance (MS) program objective is to provide students with the technical tools and knowledge necessary to work in the competitive environment of finance be taking into account the needs of the company with a global perspective. The Master of Finance (MS) program is offered online via distance learning. After evaluating both academic record and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors will assist students in setting up a custom-made program, designed on an individual basis.

Master of Finance (MS)

School of Business and Economics
Atlantic International University


The Master of Finance (MS) program objective is to provide students with the technical tools and knowledge necessary to work in the competitive environment of finance be taking into account the needs of the company with a global perspective. The Master of Finance (MS) program is offered online via distance learning. After evaluating both academic record and life experience, AIU staff working in conjunction with Faculty and Academic Advisors will assist students in setting up a custom-made program, designed on an individual basis. This flexibility to meet student needs is seldom found in other distance learning programs. Our online program does not require all students to take the same subjects/courses, use the same books, or learning materials. Instead, the online Master of Finance (MS) curriculum is designed individually by the student and academic advisor. It specifically addresses strengths and weaknesses with respect to market opportunities in the student’s major and intended field of work. Understanding that industry and geographic factors should influence the content of the curriculum instead of a standardized one-fits-all design is the hallmark of AIU’s unique approach to adult education. This philosophy addresses the dynamic and constantly changing environment of working professionals by helping adult students in reaching their professional and personal goals within the scope of the degree program.

Important: Below is an example of the topics or areas you may develop and work on during your studies. By no means is it a complete or required list as AIU programs do not follow a standardized curriculum. It is meant solely as a reference point and example. Want to learn more about the curriculum design at AIU?
  • Managerial Economics
  • Risk Management
  • Derivative Securities Valuation
  • Markets
  • Financial Economics
  • Corporate Value Management
  • Corporate Financial Policy
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Reporting
  • Law and Finance of Equity Markets


  • Financial Economics
  • Equities Markets
  • Bond Markets
  • Financial Institutions
  • Real Estate Financial Analysis
  • Real Estate Investment and Development
  • Negotiation
  • Corporate Valuation
  • Derivatives Markets
  • Econometrics
  • Introduction to Accounting


  • Communication & Investigation
  • Organization Theory
  • Experiential Learning
  • Academic Evaluation
  • Fundament of Knowledge
  • Fundamental Principles I
  • Professional Evaluation
  • Development of Graduate Study


Job Description Master in Finance

The duties of financial managers vary with their specific titles, which include controller, treasurer or finance officer, credit manager, cash manager, risk and insurance manager, and manager of international banking. Controllers direct the preparation of financial reports, such as income statements, balance sheets, and analyses of future earnings or expenses, that summarize and forecast the organization’s financial position. Controllers also are in charge of preparing special reports required by regulatory authorities. Often, controllers oversee the accounting, audit, and budget departments. Treasurers and finance officers direct the organization’s budgets to meet its financial goals. They oversee the investment of funds, manage associated risks, supervise cash management activities, execute capital-raising strategies to support a firm’s expansion, and deal with mergers and acquisitions. Credit managers oversee the firm’s issuance of credit, establishing credit-rating criteria, determining credit ceilings, and monitoring the collections of past-due accounts.


Skills for Success

  • Good communication skills
  • Good presentation skills
  • Able to build rapport with clients
  • Able to analyze and solve problems
  • Good organizational skills
  • Discretion when dealing with confidential information
  • Professional and ethical

Employment Opportunities for Finance field
  • Advertising Account Executive
  • Advocate/Policy Maker
  • Benefits Administrator
  • Branch Manager
  • Contract Administrator
  • Consultant
  • Credit Manager/Loan Officer
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Distribution Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Facilities Planner
  • Financial Aid Director
  • Financial Analyst
  • Fundraiser/Development Officer
  • Human Resources Generalist
  • Hotel/Motel Manager
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Insurance Agent/Broker
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Inventory Control Specialist
  • International Trade Specialist
  • Management Trainee