In today’s global economy, general finance skills aren’t enough. To successfully manage an organization’s fiscal efforts in a business world where borders no longer apply, you need global finance skills. The ability to orchestrate global financial ventures with not just a keen understanding of economics – but an in-depth understanding of economics from a socio-political and cross-cultural perspective. When you speak the language of global finance, you speak the language of sustainable global business.
By concentrating your Master's studies on global finance, you set yourself apart in the world marketplace. Finance professionals with a compartmentalized mindset are a liability in today's global organization. With a global finance specialization, you become an invaluable asset with a world of opportunities available to you.
To be admitted, you must have either two years of formal work experience or have earned a four-year undergraduate degree in business, economics, mathematics, engineering or science. Applicants with international experience – whether educational, personal or professional – make ideal candidates.
The Thunderbird School of Global Management is accredited by major agencies around the world, including AACSB International and NCA.
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Loans may be available. Applicants may apply by completing the Federal Application for Free Financial Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA Code: G01070