This course is available
Level of Study
180 credit hours
Next start date
Expected Jul 2023
Lincoln University’s Master of Business (Finance) positions you for the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst designation, respected and recognised all over the world.
The Master of Business (Finance) is a comprehensive postgraduate degree and approved within the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) University Affiliation Programme. It expands your opportunities as a finance specialist with the knowledge, analysis techniques and tools required to guide financial decisions at the highest levels in business. Grow your abilities and confidence to shape successful business strategies over complex organisations, and solve finance-related challenges.
How you’ll grow
Benefits of the CFA Program
The CFA Institute sets the standard for professional excellence and administers the global gold standard CFA Charter. The CFA Program ensures development of superior skills, standards of competence and integrity for financial analysts, portfolio managers and other investment professionals worldwide. Lincoln University is eligible to receive a limited number of student scholarships for the CFA Program each year.
This respected postgraduate degree gives you the skills for general management positions that involve analysing and interpreting organisational and financial data. You’ll be ready for management roles in finance and banking, positions requiring management of financial portfolios, co-ordinating accounting functions, or financial planning roles in business, government and non-profit organisations.
The Master of Business (Finance) is primarily taught through face-to-face classes on campus. However, to complement these classes, you will also have access to:
This allows you to study from anywhere in the world, while benefiting from the skills and experience of our expert lecturers, interacting with the other students in your programme, and accessing assistance when you need it. Distance delivery allows offshore students to join online streaming or watch recordings later.
A New Zealand level 7 bachelor’s degree or recognised equivalent with a B average or better in the 300 level and final year (full-time equivalent) courses
English Language Requirements