Degree Levels Offered for Finance

Sample Free Open
Finance Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
001 full-course 1 Behavioral Economics and Finance 2004-03-01 Spring 2004 Xavier Gabaix Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course surveys research that incorporates psychological evidence into economics, including prospect theory and biases.
024 full-course 24 Business Analysis Using Financial Statements 2003-03-01 Spring 2003 Peter Wysocki Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Graduate students apply economic, accounting, and finance methods and concepts previously learned to gather the financial information necessary to analyze and financially assess businesses in this class.
024 full-course 24 Finance Theory II 2003-03-01 Spring 2003 Dirk Jenter Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course provides students with a working knowledge of the financial tools that aid business professionals in making smart business choices.
006 full-course 6 Financial Literacy N/A N/A Advance Learning
An introductory course on personal financial management presented through interactive media modules.
005 full-course 5 Financial Management 2003-06-01 Summer 2003 Jonathan Lewellen Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this MIT business class, finance and capital markets are explored from a corporate perspective with an emphasis on making sound managerial choices.
045 full-course 45 Financial Management N/A N/A Mubasher Humayun Virtual University of Pakistan
This is an introductory course to financial management with topics including financial statements, cash flow and more.
026 full-course 26 Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting 2004-03-01 Spring 2004 Sugata Roychowdhury Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Undergraduate students gain a foundational knowledge of finance and managerial accounting so as to enable them to produce their own professional reports.
001 full-course 1 Introduction to Managing Your Personal Finance Debts N/A N/A Christine Williams ALISON
A course on reducing personal financial debts through the establishment of a debt spreadsheet, requesting a break on interest rates from credit card companies, and prioritizing debt.
001 full-course 1 Public Finance and Public Policy 2010-09-01 Fall 2010 Jonathan Gruber Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Professor Jonathan Gruber presents this course in public finance and public policy, exploring the role of government in the economy, applying tools of basic microeconomics to categories of finance and public policy.

Accredited Online Finance Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
University of Missouri-Columbia Yes N/A 84% 69%
New England College-School of Graduate Studies Yes 100% N/A N/A
California Lutheran University Yes 47% 97% 60%
Kaplan University-Hagerstown Campus Yes 100% N/A 38%
University of Missouri-Kansas City Yes 56% 93% 43%
University of Toledo Yes 100% 82% 44%
Moultrie Technical College Yes 100% 1% 36%
Wayne Community College Yes 100% 57% 14%
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Yes 67% 91% 62%
USC School of Social Work Yes N/A N/A N/A
California State University-Stanislaus Yes 77% 83% 49%
Andrews University Yes 36% 99% 59%
Wilkes Community College Yes 100% 78% 17%
Texas State University Yes 66% 75% 56%
University of North Carolina-Masters of Public Administration Yes N/A N/A N/A
Savannah College of Art and Design Yes 63% 97% 65%
Southwestern Adventist University Yes N/A 97% 29%
ITT Technical Institute-Chattanooga Yes 85% 100% N/A
California State University-San Bernardino Yes 58% 83% 44%
Union Institute & University Yes 100% 100% 27%

Finance at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Finance

    • 31,905 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Finance
      • 68% Male
        Students
      • 32% Female
        Students
    • 5,864 Master's Degrees in
      Finance
      • 66% Male
        Students
      • 34% Female
        Students
    • 43 Doctoral Degrees in
      Finance
      • 77% Male
        Students
      • 23% Female
        Students

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