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Financial Markets and Institutions - An online Graduate Certificate

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An excellent credential for those involved in finance areas within a business or the financial system, the online Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets & Institutions offers specialised study in the areas of finance, analysis, and financial institutions, providing a strong conceptual understanding of finance. It cultivates the requisite skills to forecast and analyse information to make detailed financial decisions while maintaining sight of the larger global economic perspective.

Students who complete the Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets & Institutions will be able to demonstrate:

Knowledge of financial concepts that include, but are not limited to: time value of money, discounted cash flows, internal rate of return (IRR), valuation of projects though net present value (NPV) calculations, discounted and non-discounted payback, and financial statement analysis.
An understanding of the capital markets, and how firms use these domestic and international markets to raise capital. Students will be able to further understand the relationship between corporations and central banks, and the general economics that impact decision-making.
An understanding of portfolio management, asset allocations, risk management, credit risk, and optimal portfolio construction and calculation.

This certificate may be of special interest to those currently enrolled in one of University's online Master of Science programs.

The Boston University Online Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets & Institutions consists of four required online courses.

  • MET AD 630 Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • MET AD 731 Corporate Finance
  • MET AD 712 Financial Markets and Institutions

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