The Master of Science in Finance program is designed to help students develop technical and analytical in the area of finance and to acquire the core conceptual knowledge about the applications of those skills in solving financial business problems and furthering the body of knowledge through ongoing research.
This program provides graduates with the knowledge and skills required to successfully attain professional certifications. The professional certifications that the program will target are the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), the Certified Financial Manager (CFM) and the Certified Treasury Professionals (CTP). The program will consist of a broad core set of courses covering economic theory, statistical applications in finance and theory of financial concepts.
The MSF program consists of two options: option A (thesis option) with 30 credits and option B (non-thesis option) with 33 credits.