Online Finance Degree
New England College of Business's online MBA program has partnered with the New England College of Business Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program to deliver a customized, high-quality extension of the MBA program — the Finance MBA concentration. By pursuing an MBA in finance, students have the advantage of gaining the business leadership skills necessary for overall management of financial concerns for private companies, nonprofit organizations and government agencies. Fusing academic principles with a solid business foundation, New England College of Business's online finance degree provides the high-level knowledge necessary to obtain and advance a finance career in virtually any industry.
“I went to a brick and mortar for undergrad to get the whole college experience, and then I decided to go online for my MBA because it made it very easy for me to maintain a work schedule, a personal life and a family life.”
What You Will Learn in the Online MBA - Finance Concentration
New England College of Business's online MBA with a concentration in Finance prepares students to apply business strategies to the finance, management, record keeping, critical response mechanisms and more within corporate, banking, government and nonprofit agencies. Upon completing the MBA with this Finance degree concentration, students will be prepared to manage:
- Capital management
- Evaluation of funding sources
- Cost of capital
- Capital expenditure decisions
- Acquisition analysis
- Joint ventures
- Strategic alliances
By selecting any three of the available Finance MBA concentration courses, students can custom tailor their concentration to focus on the areas that best suit their interests and career needs.
Is the Online MBA with Finance Concentration Right for You?
This concentration will meet the academic and skill needs of those online MBA students who have academic and career interests in modern finance. The Finance concentration is academically rigorous and is taught from both a theoretical and applied point of view by experienced finance managers and academic experts. It has proven most useful to those with interests within the following areas of finance:
- Asset management
- Debt, equity, and commodities trading
- Investment banking
- Mutual funds
- Hedge funds