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Washington University in St Louis Olin Business School

Olin Business SchoolOlin Business School

Program Overview

The Olin and YSB dual degree program admits one class per year. The program emphasizes both academic rigor and practical applications, preparing students for the challenges of modern global financial markets.

In the condensed format, your courses are divided into five sessions. You spend a summer at Olin; fall, winter, and spring academic semesters at YSB; and a second summer at Olin. All told, you take 24 credit hours at Olin and 30 at YSB. Upon completion of the program, graduates earn a Master of Finance degree from Washington University and Global MBA from Yonsei University.

During your second summer session, you participate in immersion courses on financial markets in New York and on legislative processes, policymaking, enforcement agencies, and the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C. Courses in the U.S. capital are offered in collaboration with Brookings Executive Education, a partnership between Washington University in St. Louis and the Brookings Institution, an internationally acclaimed public policy research organization.

Program Curriculum

Total # of credits to be completed at Olin and Yonsei

University Completed credit hours required at each school Transfer credit hours from each school Total credit hours required for degree from Olin and degree from Yonsei
Olin School of Business MSF program 24

6 (from Yonsei)

30
Yonsei Graduate School of Business MBA program 30 21 (from Olin) 51

Prerequisites

Applicants to the Global Master of Finance Dual Degree program should have taken at least one course in microeconomics, one in statistics, and at least one course in calculus. Students with no previous background in accounting and finance will be required to come to Washington University prior to the beginning of the regular Global Master of Finance course to take ‘Foundations’ courses in these important business subjects.

The regular course work will begin approximately July 1. Foundations course work for those who need it will begin approximately one month earlier.