As part of your journey to complete the Wisconsin MBA Program specialization in corporate finance and investment banking (CFIB), we encourage you to research the program specifics below. For more general information, you may visit Career Specializations/Corporate Finance and Investment Banking or contact us—our staff is here to help.


Curriculum

The Wisconsin MBA Program specialization in corporate finance and investment banking is designed within a two-year framework.

Career Tracks

Corporate finance focuses on the financial decisions that corporations make and the various tools and analysis required to maximize a firm's value and reduce its financial risks. There are many career tracks that can be taken in this field: financial analyst, treasurer, controller, and more.


Executives in
Residence Program

The Executive in Residence Program is an initiative that invites members of the CFIB board of advisors and accomplished business leaders to the Wisconsin School of Business. By facilitating the sharing of their professional experiences with students, we can better maintain a topical curriculum and state-of-the-art student skill sets.

Finance Consulting Engagements

Throughout their second year, each student works in rotating teams of 4-5 individuals on corporate finance consulting engagements that present wide variety of complex challenges.

Faculty

CFIB is fortunate to have a strong instructional team with extensive experience in academia, corporate banking, and consulting. A committed advisory board and dedicated alumni are also very active in teaching and advising our students.

Student Profiles

Our student profiles feature individual biographies of current classmates and their experiences.

Blog

Visit our blog to read the latest news about upcoming and recent events. We also feature stories about our alumni and current students.