MS in Finance – Zicklin School of Business #ms #in #finance


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MS in Finance

The 30-credit Master of Science in Finance program offered by Zicklin School of Business is ideal for professionals interested in upgrading their technical training and knowledge in finance as well as for individuals with strong quantitative skills seeking a career change. Students interested in taking the CFA or FRM certification exams can significantly cut the need for additional preparation by taking the appropriate electives. The program can also serve as a stepping stone for those interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in finance or a related field.

Innovations in financial markets, institutions, and securities present significant opportunities and challenges to financial managers on a daily basis. The MS in Finance, offered by the Zicklin School of Business, is a highly focused program designed to equip professionals with the advanced knowledge and cutting-edge analytical tools they need to successfully navigate today’s financial markets.

The 30-credit program is ideal for professionals interested in upgrading their technical training and knowledge in finance as well as for individuals with strong quantitative skills seeking a career change. Students interested in taking the CFA or FRM certification exams can significantly cut the need for additional preparation by taking the appropriate electives. The program can also serve as a stepping stone for those interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in finance or a related field.

The MS in Finance is offered as a Zicklin School flex-time program, allowing students to take courses primarily in the evenings, on either a part-time or full-time (9 or more credits per semester) schedule, depending on their needs each semester.

Highly motivated full-time students with waived preliminary course requirements will be able to complete the program in as little as one year (two semesters plus summer session).

Preliminary Courses

Based on their academic background, the admitted applicants may be required to take preliminary courses from the following list. These courses are not part of the 30-credit MSF curriculum and the students who take them will incur additional cost.

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