Master of Science in Finance (MSF)
The program aims to expand students’ knowledge of advanced financial principles through two specialized areas of study: corporate finance and risk management.
The corporate finance concentration offers students a broad curriculum in finance and focuses on practical applications. The risk management concentration, on the other hand, is more quantitative and specialized. Both areas of study provide an excellent background for a career in finance.
Full-time and part-time courses are available, and students may complete their degree in 18 months or 30–36 months depending on the type of program they choose.
Benefits of the program
- Provides a range of employment options, including joining corporate treasuries, investment banks, insurance companies, and large non-profit organizations
- Teaches graduates analytical skills to solve complex financial problems
- Rolling admissions allow students to begin the program at the outset of any of four quarters
- Entrance into an impressive network of successful alumni, many of whom live and work in the Chicago area