MFE: Ohio University–Shandong University of Finance and Economics (1+1 Program)
Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, R.P. China 1+1: The program is structured so that all academic requirements can be completed in four semesters (including summer). Three MFE courses will be taken at SDUFE taught by professors from SDUFE. The remaining courses will be taught by faculty members at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. To finish the program, participants will complete research project or an internship with a financial company in the U.S. or China.
The Master of Financial Economics program is jointly offered by Ohio University and Shandong University of Finance and Economics (SDUFE), Jinan, R.P. China. This degree program is designed for those who want to find employment in financial services and pursue a career as a financial analyst. The content of the financial economics emphasizes insight into the links between the economy and financial markets, while preparing students for the tremendous challenges of the future. This applied program provides both theoretical foundations and practical experience.
The Master of Financial Economics degree is conferred by Ohio University.
The Ohio University-National Economics University's Master of Financial Economics is endorsed by CFA Institute for incorporating at least 70 percent of the CFA Program Candidate Body of knowledge (CBOK™) and placing emphasis on the CFA® Institute Code of Ethics and Standard Practices within the program. The MFE Program positions students well to obtain the Chartered Financial Analyst? designation, which has become the most respected and recognized investment credential worldwide.
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