美国德州州立大学达拉斯分校(UT Dallas)管理学院金融硕士项目

 

        美国德克萨斯州立大学达拉斯分校(UT Dallas)拥有“私立大学优越的教学条件,公立大学低廉的学费标准”,以国际管理学、经济学和政治经济学著称,每年吸引全球大量的学生来此就读。根据2016年“美国新闻与世界报道最佳商学院排名”(US NEWS Best Business Schools Ranking 2016),UT Dallas商学院排名位列全美第33名。

      上海交通大学是我国历史最悠久的高等学府之一,是教育部直属、教育部与上海市共建的全国重点大学。安泰经济与管理学院是上海交通大学历史最悠久的学院之一,经过几代人的努力,目前已成为亚洲一流的管理教育机构。学院先后获得AMBA(国际MBA协会)、EQUIS(欧洲质量发展体系)和AACSB(国际精英商学院联合会)国际认证,成为国内首家同时获得三项国际顶级认证的商学院。

      两所名校共同合作,拟自2012年起每年在中国招收一定数量的优秀大学本科或以上学历的毕业生,由两所学校共同培养,攻读金融学硕士学位Master of Science in Finance),毕业获得UT Dallas所授予的金融学硕士学位。

学制

全日制学习两年,每年秋季入学,一年在上海交通大学安泰经济与管理学院,一年在UT Dallas管理学院。

学费及奖学金

学费分两次缴纳,第一年学费6.4万人民币,第二年学费3万美元。优秀申请者还将有机会获得1万美元奖学金。

证书

完成必要的课程和学分可获得UT Dallas所授予的金融学硕士学位。

项目特色

  • 中美两国强校联手;

  • 美国一流名校、全球著名商学院的金融硕士学位教育,中国大陆百年名校的深厚本土资源;

  • 美国丰富的金融理论积累,上海国际金融中心的实践基地;

  • 创造在全球最具活力的两大金融市场无限的就业机遇。

 

专业方向

财务分析,公司理财,投资银行,风险投资,私募基金,商业银行,保险等

 

项目师资

Professor Zhonglan Dai

Professor Zhonglan Dai has been an accounting faculty at UTD since year 2005. She went to Duke University for PhD in Economics (1994) and came back to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for PhD in accounting (2005). Her research interests are broad, and she has been working on executive compensation and executive turnover focusing on incentive alignment as well as individual taxation.

Professor Theodore E. Day

Theodore E. Day is Professor of Finance. He teaches courses in corporate finance and portfolio management. A Certified Public Accountant, Professor Day earned his M.B.A. from the University of Oklahoma and a Ph.D. in Finance from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. His research interests the impact of inflation on stock market returns, the term structure of interest rates, analysts’ earnings forecasts and the volatility of derivative asset markets.

Professor Robert Kieschnick

Professor Kieschnick is the department head of the finance group. He has worked both in the public and private sectors, and has published a number of articles in top journals on topics related to this work. His current research interests concern the process of taking firms public, their subsequent governance and decisions on financing; both in terms of timing and amount. In addition, he manages a trust fund and student investment fund.

Professor Peter Lewin

Peter Lewin earned a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago under Gary Becker. He is currently clinical professor of economics at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has taught at UTD since 1979, except for 1986-1991 when he was a founding shareholder of a very successful digital-age start-up. His work on capital, and its relation to the theory of the firm, has led to some related contributions in the management studies literature.

Professor David Springate

Professor David Springate has a Ph.D. in Corporate Finance from the Harvard Business School. In addition to be active in research, he has also testified before a committee of the Canadian Parliament. Twenty eight authored teaching cases were published through Harvard's Intercollegiate Case Clearing House. His teaching interests include private equity finance, turnarounds and restructurings, and the finance of innovation.

Professor Harry Joe Wells

Professor H. Joe Wells has been on the UTD faculty since 2010 and specializes in corporate finance and business valuation. Before joining the UTD faculty, he had over thirty years of experience in industry and financial consulting, including twenty years as a Partner in Deloitte’s Financial Advisory Services. Dr. Wells has a PhD in finance from Cornell University, as well as a CPA certificate and a CFA designation.

Professor Yexiao Xu

Professor Yexiao Xu received his Ph.D degree in financial economics from Princeton University in 1996. Currently he is an associate professor and his research interest covers stock market volatility, the pricing role of idiosyncratic risk, factor models, testing the CAPM model, predictability, mutual fund performance, tax and closed-end fund discounts, analyst research and return comovement, heterogeneity in leverage, short sale interest, and the Chinese and the Japanese equity markets.

Professor Harold Zhang

Harold H. Zhang is Professor of Finance at the Jindal School of Management at UTD. His research focuses on the optimal investment and portfolio decisions of investors, pricing of financial assets, and the effects of investment income taxes on investment and asset pricing. His research on the taxable and tax-deferred investments published on the Journal of Financehas received the 2004 TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award for outstanding scholarly writing on lifelong-financial security.

Professor Feng Zhao

Feng Zhao is an Associate Professor of Finance in Jindal School of Management at UTD. His research interests include fixed income, credit risk, option pricing and behavior finance and real estate. His work has been published in leading academic journals in finance and economics including Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics and Journal of Econometrics. Zhao received his B.S. from Tsinghua University, China and his Ph.D from Cornell University.

 

    附件:

    UTD-SJTU Application.pdf