About the Master of Science in Finance program
The Master of Science (Finance) degree prepares candidates for the challenges of the rapidly changing world of finance. The program of study develops analytical and technical skills in all aspects of finance with a particular emphasis on investment management and risk management.
The program provides a unique blend of theory and practice. Faculty members provide rigorous instruction in all aspects of financial theory, investment management and risk management. Instructors, with years of real-world experience, contribute an invaluable practical component to the program. Furthermore, students have an unparalleled opportunity to gain hands-on experience by managing an investment portfolio with a market value in excess of $10 million. The program meets the increasing global demand for skilled risk management and investment management professionals across the full spectrum of financial and regulatory institutions.
What We Look For
We seek numerate, critical thinkers eager to develop their technical and analytical skills. The program is best suited to candidates with degrees in quantitative disciplines (mathematics, sciences, engineering, economics or business). Some employment experience in the financial services sector is a valuable asset. We expect candidates to possess excellent written and oral communication skills.
The Company You'll Keep
- Degrees Held: Economics, Finance, Accounting, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Business, Arts, Science
- Average GMAT: 620
- Work Experience: 1 – 3 years
- International: 70%
- Cost: $27,000* + up to $4,500** for preparatory courses
- * Subject to senate approval
- ** $1,500 per preparatory courses (maximum of 3 courses)