The university-of-otago-master-of-finance is a highly specialized, postgraduate degree if you have previous financial or mathmatical experience and want to accelerate your career in finance.
The university-of-otago-master-of-finance consists of seven taught papers and either an applied or research project, which will equip you to be either:
You will be taught using a mixture of lectures and in-class discussions, seminars, lab class work, tutorials, group work, and using SAS, datasets and other tools.
While completing the university-of-otago-master-of-finance you may be assessed in a variety of ways such as by lab assignments, essays, case studies, literature reviews, individual or group presentations, or midterm/final exams.
In order to enrol in the university-of-otago-master-of-finance you would normally require a B+ average (in your final year papers) in an appropriate quantitatively-literate undergraduate degree such as mathematics, physics, engineering, economics and finance
In considering your undergraduate qualification, regard will be given to the detail of the course of study followed to gain the qualification, as well as your performance in the programme.
If your undergraduate degree is not from the University of Otago you will need to provide a verified copy of your academic transcript.