|Master of Finance Co-op program features
Laurier's Master of Finance co-op program is accredited until December 31, 2019 by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education.
The MFin program includes two four-month work terms, typically in financial services or government, and lasts 20 months. Students are equipped to conduct empirical research in equities, fixed incomes, derivative products, corporate finance and portfolio management.
The program provides students an opportunity to prepare and write Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA ®) Levels I and II exams. The CFA® is a globally recognized finance professional designation.
Master of Finance co-op work/study sequence
|Fall (September - December)||Winter (January - April)||Spring (May - August)|
Financial Reporting and Analysis I
Foundation in Finance and Professional Ethics
Economics and Quantitative Methods
|Work Term 1||Derivatives and Financial Risk Management
Advanced Corporate Finance
Fixed Income Analysis
One finance elective
|Work Term 2||
||Some students may choose
to do an eight-month work term
from May through December.
* Waived if students already passed CFA® Level I exam
For information about Master of Finance co-op, please contact Laurie Lahn.
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