Because finance research draws heavily on the discipline of economics and requires extensive training in quantitative methods, students in the Finance program from University of California, Riverside are required to study microeconomics and econometrics in addition to taking seminars in the field of finance.
- After completing coursework and passing the comprehensive exam, students are required to produce a dissertation containing original research.
- A large portion of their time in the program will be devoted to this research and to communicating their research findings to others in written and spoken English.
- Students will complete this work under the close guidance of the finance area faculty, who are among the world’s leading scholars in finance. For additional information on the faculty members, please see the finance area faculty.
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- Empirical Methods in Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Asset Pricing Theory
- Empirical Methods in Finance Research
- Corporate Finance Research
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Admissions applicants are expected to have completed a bachelor’s degree at a four-year accredited college or university and to have attained an undergraduate academic record that satisfies the standards established by the Graduate Division of University of California, Riverside.
- In addition to the following requirements, all applicants must meet the general requirements as set forth in the Graduate Studies section of the General Catalog.
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