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Master of Science in Finance Program

The corporate finance track is suitable for students interested in pursuing careers in corporate finance, financial consulting, commercial banking, investment banking, and private equity. Accordingly, the curriculum has been designed to help students develop their expertise in financial analysis, valuation, corporate financial management, investment banking, private equity, and risk management.

We present below a recommended course schedule for full-time students entering the program in the fall semester of 2018 who plan to graduate in 18 months. The required foundation courses are listed in red, the required advanced courses are listed in blue, whereas the advanced elective courses are listed in black. The course schedule below represents the optimal sequencing of finance courses by ensuring that students complete the necessary prerequisite courses before taking advanced electives. However, students may choose their own electives and the pace through the program.

 


Semester Course Credit Hours
Fall (Year 1) 10.5
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Master of Science in Management-Finance

COVID-19 Admissions Update


We understand the constraints our applicants are facing as a result of COVID-19. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions for more information on program start dates, application process, standardized tests and more.


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STEM-Eligible Degree

The MSM-Finance program in the Corporate Financial Analytics, Risk Management Analytics and

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Business Reference Services (Science, Technology & Business Division, Library of Congress)

Notice: Out of an abundance of caution, all Library of Congress research centers will be closed to the public (including researchers and others with reader identification cards) until further notice, to reduce the risk of transmitting COVID-19 coronavirus. All Library-sponsored public programs are also postponed or cancelled through May 11. Online resources and reference services, such as Ask a Librarian, will continue to be available during this time. For more information, see: www.loc.gov/coronavirus.