MBA - Global Business - Finance

About the Master of Business Administration in Global Business – Finance (MBA)

Are numbers and quantitative skills your super powers? Do you dream of using your analytical talents to further your education and become a member of the world’s business community? By earning your Master of Business Administration with a concentration in international finance from Troy University, you will take the first step in exploring a world of new opportunities for your career.

As a student pursuing your MBA with a concentration in international finance at TROY, you will have the chance to dig deeper into matters concerning international finance than you would if you enrolled in a standard MBA program. In addition to traditional core MBA courses, students studying within the finance concentration will have the option to study subjects such as corporate financial reporting, risk management and investments—all of which will set you apart from your peers when the time comes to interview for your dream job.

A commitment to excellence

The Sorrell College of Business is committed to helping you achieve your educational goals. Faculty members are highly qualified and possess diverse academic and business backgrounds. Because our faculty members have realworld experience, course instruction focuses not only on vital concepts but also on practical application of these concepts.

Begin a successful career by using the knowledge and exposure TROY has provided investment and stock decisions possible. The training you’ll receive as a student within the Sorrell College of Business will make you invaluable to your future employers as you become an accomplished financial analyst in the areas of risk management, financial forecasting and/or data analysis. By obtaining your TROY MBA with a concentration in international finance, you will be prepared for future successes within a dynamic, global workplace.

A future projection

Whether you hope to become a financial analyst or a financial manager, there is a high demand in today’s world community for professionals who possess the skills you will learn at TROY. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the 2012 national median salary for a financial analyst was $76,950 per year. The BLS also reports the field is projected to see a 16 percent increase between 2012-22. According to the BLS, financial managers are projected to see a 9 percent growth in their field. In 2012, the BLS reported the national median salary for a financial manager was $109,740 per year.

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