MSM-Finance

Obtain the knowledge to make immediate and skilled contributions to corporate finance, financial modeling, valuation, derivatives, risk management, and financial econometrics.

World-Class Faculty

The Master of Science in Management-Finance (MSM-Finance) program is led by the same world-class faculty who teach in our highly regarded undergraduate finance program (ranked first in the U.S. by Businessweek in 2010 and 2012). Through hands-on projects, capstone courses and internships, you will obtain a solid foundation in finance while applying key concepts and theories in and out of class.

Finance Options beyond the Bank

A solid foundation in finance doesn't mean that your future has to be banking. The world of finance touches every sector of our economy. The MSM-Finance degree can enhance your undergraduate degree with the quantitative and analytical skills to begin a career in your field of interest or set you off in an entirely new direction. Graduates of the MSM-Finance program accept positions in higher education, financial institutions, insurance, sales, arts and culture, government, manufacturing, investment firms, marketing, journalism, technology and many others.

Program faculty and Weatherhead’s Career Management Office will work directly with you to ensure you are prepared and ready for your career.

Train for Finance in the Real World

While many MSM-Finance degrees focus on quantitative skills, students at Weatherhead gain a solid background in focused financial theory and often gain a network of regional, national and international business contacts while enrolled.

MSM-Finance students leave Weatherhead knowing how to:

Learn More Than Number Crunching

Students in the MSM-Finance program discover that:

Dual-Degree Opportunities

Weatherhead’s Master of Science in Management-Finance (MSM-Finance) program offers dual-degree programs to pair the mastery of finance with a solid foundation in other management areas.

Dual degrees include:

Earn a BA or BS degree and an MSM-Finance in Five Years or Less

Couple the quantitative and analytical skills of your undergraduate studies with the specialized skills obtained from a master’s in finance. Adding the MSM-Finance degree to your undergraduate program will prepare you to make immediate contributions in corporation finance, investment banking, equity research, investment management, risk management and corporate consulting. For more information, contact Jim Hurley, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs, at 216.368.3856.