CU Denver Business School’s master’s program in financial economics is ranked fifth in the country by the Financial Engineer Times. The program combines the strengths of the rigorous financial knowledge and invaluable business practices of our Masters in Finance with the strong quantitative skills and broader economic theories of the Masters in Economics.
âThe faculty members who teach in this program are leading researchers and sought-after experts,â said Dr. Jian Yang, director of the finance department and director of research at the JP Morgan Center for Commodities at CU Denver. Business School. âTheir research and business ideas have been featured in major media such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Washington Post, Reuters and Bloomberg. “
Yang holds a doctorate in agricultural economics with a minor in finance from Texas A&M University. He and other distinguished faculty shape the curriculum and share their research and the latest industry trends with students in the classroom.
One thing that really sets CU Denver’s program apart is the JP Morgan Center for Commodities – the first of its kind, established in 2012. It offers educational programs and research on commodities markets, regulation, trading, financial fundamentals, investment, risk management. and ethics.
Due to ranking and recognition, more scholarships will be available for students. Each year, up to five CFA program scholarships will be awarded to graduate students of the Finance program.
Learn more about the Master of Science in Finance program and apply today.
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