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The Otago Business School's Department of Accountancy & Finance offer the Master of Finance degree for students who wish to gain advanced financial skills and knowledge, while also enhancing their career prospects. Read more

The Otago Business School's Department of Accountancy & Finance offer the Master of Finance degree for students who wish to gain advanced financial skills and knowledge, while also enhancing their career prospects.

Key Information about the Master of Finance (MFinc):

  • 12 month (February to February) full time study.
  • Seven taught papers + either an applied or research project
  • Applicants with a mathematically oriented degree and normally have achieved an average grade of B+ in the papers satisfying the final year major subject requirement for that degree are encouraged to apply
  • Applicants with relevant practical experience may also be considered if the B+ average is not met

Master of Finance (MFinc)

The MFinc is a coursework masters degree consisting of taught papers and either an applied or research project, which will equip you to be either:

a) Professional practitioners in the field of Finance

b) Academic researchers in the discipline of Finance

The study options within the degree are designed to offer a number of pathways for you depending on your academic background and career aspirations. The primary pathway is for strong graduates of mathematically-oriented degrees such as mathematics and statistics, physics and economics to gain a finance qualification. This qualification is designed for people seeking a career in the finance industry or for financial specialists in non-financial firms.

As a graduate of the MFinc if you complete the Applied Project (BSNS 501) option you will have a wide range of career opportunities in commercial and investment banks, brokerage and investment firms, insurance companies, treasury departments of non-financial corporations, regulatory agencies, consulting and accounting firms. If on the other hand you complete the Research Project (BSNS 580) you will in addition have the ability to design and pursue a large project of independent research and consider MCom or even PhD in finance.

Degree Structure

The programme of study shall consist of seven 20 point taught papers together with a 40 point applied project or research project. Papers are either taught in semester one, semester two or are full-year papers.

You must complete seven of:

  • FINC402 - Advanced Corporate Finance
  • FINC403 - Studies in Capital Markets
  • FINC405 - Mathematical Finance
  • FINC406 - Advanced Empirical Finance
  • FINC410 - Advanced International Financial Management
  • FINC411 - Financial Risk Management
  • FINC460 - Fixed Income
  • ACFI459 - Advanced Research Methods
  • BSNS401 - The Environment of Business & Economics

Plus one of the following project papers:

  • BSNS501- Applied Project 
  • or
  • BSNS580 - Research Project


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