For additional information about the Master of Science in Aviation Finance, please refer to the College website.
This degree offering is for those students wishing to pursue a dedicated curriculum in the field of aviation finance. The courses in the program deliver the required knowledge of the business and operational aspects of the aviation / aerospace industry while presenting the needed classes in economics, accounting and financial practices and models used by firms not just in the aviation industry but business across the globe.
The target for the degree would be students who completed an undergraduate degree in business, accounting, finance or economics, or related transportation fields of study looking for a rewarding and challenging career in the aviation / aerospace industries. Students from other majors may be accepted into the program, but would first need to successfully complete 15 hours of undergraduate classes in economics, accounting, finance and business statistics before commencing graduate level classes. Furthermore, for entry into the program, besides needing to meet current ERAU graduate admission requirements, students would be required to take the GRE exam to complete entry requirements.
|FIN 623||Aircraft Funding Legal and Financial Analysis Spring||3|
|FIN 624||Aircraft Transaction and Risk Modeling Fall||3|
For Admissions criteria see, https://catalog.erau.edu/daytona-beach/admissions/masters/program-specific-criteria/.
Optional Electives (choose 4 courses)
|BA 514||Strategic Marketing Management in Aviation||3|
|BA 609||Airline Operations and Management||3|
|FIN 621||International Aviation Finance||3|
|FIN 622||Aircraft and Airline Financing||3|
|FIN 623||Aircraft Funding Legal and Financial Analysis *||3|
|FIN 624||Aircraft Transaction and Risk Modeling *||3|
Concluding Degree Requirement
|FIN 699||Special Topics in Finance||1-6|
|or FIN 696|| Graduate Internship in Finance|