Master of Science in Finance

Take Your Finance Know-How
to the Next Level

Gain the technical finance skills necessary for success in corporate finance, banking, and investment careers, or for further academic studies. 

The Katz Master of Science in Finance is a 30-credit master’s degree program you may complete in as little as nine months, or two terms of full-time study, beginning in the fall (August) term. You may also pursue the degree part-time starting in the fall, spring (January), or summer (May) and finish in two years.

A CFA Institute University Affiliate, Katz offers a finance curriculum covering 70 percent of the topics on the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam and enhances your preparation for related certifications such as the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certifications.

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Curious about the courses you’ll take as a Master of Science in Finance student? View courses and recommended electives.

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Professional Development

Here you’ll find information about pursuing Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certification as well as other professional development opportunities.


We are here to offer you support through the admissions process. Find all of the information, requirements, and key dates you’ll need to know to submit your application.

Tuition and Aid

Tuition and fees vary based on program, residential status, and other factors. Learn more about tuition and aid.

Frequently Asked Questions

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It’s more than just a career plan. It will help you evaluate what kind of professional you want to be, what kind of skills you want to develop. You are not just bringing home a certificate, but you are a better professional and a better person.

Sabine Rossi

MBA '18

Katz’s focus on Experience-based Learning gives real-world context to concepts learned in class. I credit the unparalleled scholastic environment to an immensely knowledgeable faculty and camaraderie generated by the career office.

Matthew Linsburg

MBA '18