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Online MBA in Finance

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Become a Trusted Leader in Finance

The online MBA in Finance clarifies advanced corporate finance. Explore additional topics through two elective courses.

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  • Duration 13-25 months
  • Cost per Credit $660
  • Credit Hours 36

Program Benefits

  • Choose two electives that fit your goals
  • No GMAT required for admission with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Customizable curriculum
  • Flexible online format in 7 – 8 week terms

Prepare for Management Roles in Finance

If you’d like to become a top-tier financial leader, Calvin University’s online MBA with an Area of Focus in Finance is a great place to start. You’ll learn the ins and outs of corporate finance, and explore ways to apply those concepts to your career.

Designed for working individuals, the online MBA in Finance can be completed on your schedule through Calvin’s digital learning environment. Discuss course materials with educators when it’s convenient and complete your degree at a pace that fits your schedule.

Curriculum: Learn How To Optimize Financial Decisions

  • 100% online
  • 13-25 months
  • 30-36 credit hours

Calvin’s online Finance MBA teaches you to evaluate financial risks, weigh potential benefits, make strategic decisions, and help contribute to a business’s bottom line. Align two elective courses with your interests and advance in the career path that suits you best.

Course Spotlight: FIN 601 Advanced Corporate Finance

This course covers four topics from the perspective of a corporate or nonprofit chief financial officer: mergers & acquisition, private equity, credit markets, and derivatives. Students gain an understanding of the relevant frameworks, the ability to perform financial analysis on each topic, and learn how to apply them to actual companies.

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Course Spotlight: CCT 512 Not-for-Profit Accounting

This course is an examination of accounting and financial reporting for not-for-profit entities. Focus areas will include the recording, reporting, and evaluation of financial information prepared in accordance with accounting standards as promulgated by the Financial Accounting Board Standards (FASB) as applied to not-for-profit entities.

Career Outlook: Become an Asset for Businesses in Any Industry

As the economy grows, financial managers will be in continuous demand. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 69,600 openings for financial managers are projected each year, on average, from 2022 to 2032.1 Cash management and risk management skills are especially sought after as businesses increase their worth.

Career Opportunities for MBA in Finance Graduates

  • Account manager
  • Budget analyst
  • Corporate financial analyst
  • Director of finance
  • Investment manager

FINANCIAL MANAGER

$139,790/year

Financial managers create reports, direct investments, and develop plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization.1

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO)

$147,937/year

A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a top executive who oversees all financial elements of a business. They protect assets, ensure compliance, manage risks, and prepare budgets.2

Career Outlook

More Areas of Focus

The online MBA program offers five optional Areas of Focus that provide a competitive edge for your chosen business career path.

Master of Business Administration: Nonprofit Management

The MBA Area of Focus in Nonprofit Management explores the essentials of leadership and how utilizing such skills in the nonprofit sector can benefit communities across the world.

Master of Business Administration: Business Analytics

The MBA Area of Focus in – Business Analytics will prepare you for success in competitive marketplaces with knowledge of data wrangling, predictive analysis, and data visualizations tools.

Some prior experience with programming, statistics, and linear algebra is required.

Master of Business Administration: Marketing

This MBA Area of Focus dives into marketing strategy and allows flexibility to explore additional marketing or communication courses.

Master of Business Administration: Applied Communication

The MBA Area of Focus in Applied Communication offers leading-edge advertising and PR skills.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question we don’t cover here, request more information or call 1-855-474-8346.

Fulltime online MBA students can complete the MBA in as little as thirteen months.

Yes. The online MBA offers both part- and full-time options.

The first step is to complete and submit the online application. Applying to Calvin’s MBA is free.

You can start the online MBA program at six different start dates throughout the year, flexible to meet your needs.

You can select a general MBA that consists of 12 required courses and 3 additional master’s courses of your choice (in consultation with your advisor) to complete the program. The five available areas of focus – Applied Communication, Business Analytics, Finance, Marketing, and Nonprofit Management – are optional ways to complete the full 30-36 hours for your MBA. Learn more about the curriculum for the online MBA by visiting the program’s curriculum page.

Once you complete the online MBA program, you’ll be qualified for a variety of in-demand leadership careers, including roles such as top executive, fundraising manager, administrative services manager, marketing manager, and more. Visit this program’s career outcomes page to learn more about the professional opportunities that await you.

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