Finance Program Resources

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When you become a student in the Finance area at the Jindal School, you join a community of peers, professors, staff and alumni. The Finance learning community is close-knit and deeply knowledgeable. The wealth of insight and experience that you engage with as a Finance student will surprise and challenge you and help you realize your potential as a professional and as a person.

Use this Finance resource page to get in-depth information about academic and specialized programs, faculty seminars, conferences, careers, community activity and more!

Finance Program Resources at the Jindal School

Academic Programs – Primary

The finance area offers on bachelor’s, three master’s and one PhD program.

Academic Programs – Additional

The finance area also offers accelerated pathways to adding more degrees as well as areas of concentration.

Faculty and Community Activity

Discover how finance faculty are researching, publishing, speaking and engaging in the business community.

Career and CFA Exam Prep

Find out about the career resources available to you as a finance student and learn more about the CFA exam and how the Jindal School prepares you for it.

Readings For You

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Why a Global Perspective Is Important

Written by Stephen Molina

We strive to prepare our graduates to work for private energy companies and in governments to manage their assets.

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Disruptive Digital Technologies Drive the Need for Innovation

Recent disruptive digital innovations have changed the relative cost calculus and thus the best business structures and best business models in most industries. Digital transformation is underway, as evidenced by the findings in this article.

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Why Get a Master’s in Energy Management?

Written by Stephen Molina

The energy and power industries are global businesses with strategic assets in both developed and developing countries, and they require an international approach.

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10 Reasons to Study Real Estate!

Working in real estate is a satisfying, enjoyable, rewarding, hands-on career option. Individuals and businesses are buying, selling and leasing property every day and they need well-educated, out-going professionals to help them meet their goals.

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Working Full-Time While in the MS in Energy Management Program

Written by Dan Sibley

The program requires completion of 36 semester credit hours. The curriculum was designed to be completed in as little as 12 months (four courses per semester, including the summer semester).

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Professional Development Opportunities in Energy Management

Written by Dan Sibley

The program provides professional development opportunities through the student-run clubs, the Energy Association and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and through a mentor program.

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Reverse Career Fairs: All you need to know

We’ve all heard about regular career fairs, where you go to meet the recruiting coordinators from different companies, but have you heard of a reverse career fair? Instead of students wandering around waiting to talk to a recruiter, it’s switched. The employers go from student to student, who put themselves on display in an effort to showcase their skills and “sell” themselves as potential employees.

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Benefits of Having Faculty With Industry Experience

Written by Stephen Molina

Texas boasts some of the largest energy-related companies in the world. The MS in Energy Management curriculum offers a practical learning component through projects developed by industry members.

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Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD in Finance?

Bachelor’s Degree Program

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Build the skills to do rigorous analysis of financial information through various courses in managerial economics and financial analysis. These skills are in high demand across the corporate world and prized in government and not-for-profit sectors.

BS in Finance

Master’s Degree Programs

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Find the finance graduate degree that matches your interests. See a brief summary of each degree or click a program below for more information.

MS in Finance MS in Finance Technology and Analytics MS in Energy Management

PhD Concentration in Finance

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Develop strong research skills that are especially relevant for students interested in an academic career. Research seminars are held weekly, and each year the finance area sponsors a speaker series to bring researchers from other universities to UT Dallas.

PhD in Management Science, Finance Concentration