Adam C. Sinn '00 Department of Finance

https://mays.tamu.edu/department-of-finance

Head: C. H. S. Bouwman

MSF Program Director: K. Moore

MRE Program Director: N. Amos

MFM Program Director: E. White

MSQF Program Director: H. Kim

PhD Program Coordinator: Y. Chen

The Adam C. Sinn '00 Department of Finance offers Master of Science in Finance, Master of Real Estate (MRE), Master of Financial Management, Master of Science in Quantitative Finance, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) "STEM to Stocks" program is a 36-hour, non-thesis degree that prepares non-finance undergraduate students for a finance-related career.  The program is specifically designed for STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) non-finance business and economics majors.  Admission is available for current Texas A&M sophomores and seniors.  For more information, visit STEMtoStocks.com.

The Master of Real Estate program prepares students to become innovative leaders who will shape where the world lives, works, and plays for the next 100 years. We strive to develop the whole student through a focus on Texas A&M’s core values, including excellence, leadership, respect and selfless service. Our curriculum emphasizes a fundamental understanding of commercial real estate, hard skills for analysis and decision making, and an innovative mindset.  Find out more at http://mays.tamu.edu/master-of-real-estate.

The Master of Financial Management (MFM) degree is currently open only to students who have been admitted to one of the following three programs:  (i) the Professional Program in Accounting (PPA), (ii) the Trading, Risk & Investments Program (TRIP), and (iii) the Commercial Banking Program (CBP).  Each of these three programs is responsible for setting its own admission criteria.
 

The Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (MSQF) program is offered by the Adam C. Sinn ’00 Department of Finance with the Department of Mathematics.  The MSQF is a 36-hour, non-thesis degree which prepares students, especially STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and finance majors for careers which require superior quantitative skills. These skills include risk management, quantitative investing, and model development. The MSQF also prepares students for Ph.D. studies in Finance.  Admission is available to current Texas A&M sophomore, junior and senior students or non-Texas A&M graduates who have completed the prerequisites (ACCT 229 or 640, ECON 202 or 203, Math 171/172 or Math 151/152) with a ‘B’ grade or higher by the end of Texas A&M University – College Station Summer I Term.  For more information, visit STEMtoStocks.com.

The doctoral program in finance brings the PhD student to the leading edge of knowledge in the field. Rigorous coursework and research activities provide the student with an in-depth understanding of the theoretical, conceptual, and managerial foundations of finance. In addition to possessing a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the field, students who successfully complete the doctoral program can demonstrate advanced competencies for conducting quality research, directing research of others, and communicating research findings through teaching and publication. For more information, visit http://mays.tamu.edu/phd-finance. To apply, go to the online application.

Amos, Nicole, Executive Assistant Professor
Finance
MER, Texas A&M University, 2005

Bouwman, Christa, Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, University of Michigan, 2005

Bowles, Tyler, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, Universit of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2019

Cen, Xiao, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, Columbia University, 2020

Chen, Yong, Professor
Finance
PHD, Boston College, 2007

Donnell, Cydney C, Executive Professor
Finance
MBA, Southern Methodist University, 1982

Dye, Richard T, Clinical Professor
Finance
PHD, Texas A&M University, 1993

Erturk, Bilal, Clinical Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2006

Fieldhouse, Andrew, Visiting Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, Cornell University, 2019

Fitzgerald, Tristan, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, University of California at Berkeley, 2018

Halket, Jonathan Robert Levin, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, New York University, 2009

Hallermann, Detlef, Clinical Professor
Finance
PHD, Colorado School of Mines, 1999

Harris IV, T, Executive Professor
Finance
BBA, Texas A&M University, 1980

Holmes, Niles, Executive Professor
Finance
DJ, Southern Methodist University, 1992

Illeditsch, Philipp, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2007

Johnson, Shane A, Professor
Finance
PHD, Louisiana State University, 1991

Kelly, Robert, Executive Professor
Finance
PHD, Harvard University, 1981
MPA, Harvard University, 1970

Kim, Hwagyun, Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, University of Chicago, 2003

Kolari, James, Professor
Finance
PHD, Arizona State University, 1980

Kolasinski, Adam C, Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, Massachusetss Institute of Technology, 2006

Liu, Xiaoding, Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, University of Florida, 2012

Mahajan, Arvind, Regents Professor
Finance
PHD, Georgia State University, 1980

Martindale, Lanny R, Senior Lecturer
Finance
JD, South Texas College of Law, 1995

Medina Palma, Paolina Del Car, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, Northwestern University, 2017

Moore, Kevin M, Executive Professor
Finance
MS, Johns Hopkins University, 2013

Peterson, John R, Clinical Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2002

Rossi, Marco, Associate Professor
Finance
PHD, Pennsylvania State University, 2010

Sorescu, Sorin M, Professor
Finance
PHD, University of Florida, 1996

Tebeaux, William J, Executive Professor
Finance
MBA, University of Houston, 1971

White, Edward C, Executive Professor
Finance
MBA, University of Hawaii, 1972

Wu, Wei, Assistant Professor
Finance
PHD, University of Chicago, 2015
PHD, Duke University, 2009