Why the University of Dayton Master of Finance Program?

The University of Dayton Master of Finance Program is providing a select number of students the opportunity to earn a Master of Finance in an expedited manner. Students will undertake Master of Finance foundation coursework at our China Institute, and then progress to complete their Master of Finance at the University of Dayton campus in the U.S. in the subsequent three consecutive terms. After successful completion of the program, students will earn an AACSB-accredited Master of Finance degree recognized by the Ministry of Education of China.

  • Earn your Master of Finance degree in up to 12 months!

  • Accredited by the AACSB - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

  • Jump-start your career by emerging as a business innovator prepared for leadership in a competitive job market.

  • Join a community of more than 7,500 fellow alumni who graduated from the University of Dayton School of Business Administration. 

Master of Finance Curriculum: 43.5 Total Credits

Summer 2018 (July to mid-August, The China Institute, Suzhou): 10.5 credits
>> Introduction to Financial Accounting
>> Principles of Finance
>> Statistics for Business
>> Principles of Economics
Fall 2018 (UD's U.S. Campus): Choose 12 or 9 credits
>> Investments
>>Financial Statement Analysis
>>Financial Modeling
>>Elective course
Spring 2019 (UD's U.S. Campus): Choose 12 or 9 credits
>>Portfolio Management
>>Advanced Corporate Finance
>> Elective course
>> Elective course
Summer 2019 (UD's U.S. Campus): Choose 9, 6, 3 or 0 credits
>>CFA Preparatory
>> Elective course
>>Elective course
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 (UD's U.S. Campus)
For completion longer than one year, you may need to take additional courses in the Fall and Spring semester of 2020. 

Program Cost

The total program cost for the degree is approximately $43,500 USD.


Application Deadline

Early Decision: Please submit all applications and supporting materials to the University of Dayton no later than December 31, 2017.

Regular Decision: Rolling admission, please submit all applications and supporting materials to the University of Dayton.

To apply for this program, please download and print the University of Dayton Graduate Application (linked below). Please email completed application and accompanying transcripts to Chris Ma at cma001@udayton.edu

Contact Information

For application and program inquiries, please contact:

Chris Ma
Email: cma001@udayton.edu
Phone: +86-185-519-6886
The China Institute
Biobay, Building C17
218 Xinghu Street
Suzhou Industrial Park, Suzhou, Jiangsu 215123

For academic inquiries, please contact:

Dr. Carl Chen
Email: rchen1@udayton.edu


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