This MSc is designed for graduates from a non-economics background who wish to develop their understanding of international finance and economic issues. You take compulsory modules (80 credits), optional modules (40 credits) and write a dissertation (60 credits). Compulsory modules include: economic theory (micro and macro); financial theory and corporate policy; applied time series modelling and forecasting; research methods in international economics and finance. Optional modules include: behavioural finance; credit risk modelling; central banking; international finance and capital markets; international money and banking.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission