Master of Science in Finance

The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program at the Graham School of Management is designed to give students the analytical skills needed for a successful professional career in today's global financial markets. The program features a rigorous curriculum that combines a strong foundation in all areas of finance with practical, hands-on business problem solving skills. As the curriculum will automatically cover all levels of CFA body of knowledge, the program will encourage students to prepare for CFA designation. 

The Center for Study of Financial Markets and Derivatives will provide a state-of-the-art hands-on analytical lab experience. The GSM also fosters partnerships with leaders in business and non-profit organizations to strengthen the student experience. Students will have a chance to build mentor relationships with our diverse, committed and highly talented faculty and alumni with real-world experience. 

The Master of Science in Finance is offered on-campus and as a fully online program.

Master of Science in Finance Requirements (33 Hours)

1. Any necessary foundation courses for non-business major.

2. The following core courses:

3. Seven Specialization Courses (21 credit hours)

Joint Master of Science in Finance and Master of Science in Business Analytics Requirements

Students who pursue a Master of Science in Finance can also get a Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) if they complete an additional six MSBA courses as follows.

Additional Six Courses (18)

The first four courses are required:

Then, choose one of the following Application Courses:

Finally, complete the following course:

Joint Master of Science in Finance and Master of Business Administration

Students who pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) can also get a Master of Science in Finance if they complete an additional six courses. Those six courses can be the following and/or approval by the Chair of Economics, Finance and Quantitative Analysis.

 

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