The Broad Master of Science in Finance (MSF) is a rigorous, accelerated program designed for recent college graduates and career professionals seeking analytical and computer skills in areas like financial analysis, valuation, modeling, wealth management, real world financial data analytics, insurance and risk management, corporate governance and restructuring, asset management, investment research, deep learning and neural networks in finance, and sales and trading. The program is intended to provide quantitative-focused, comprehensive finance training to help students achieve their specific professional goals.
The Broad College of Business Department of Finance is internationally renowned. A lot of that reputation is attributed to Broad’s world-class finance faculty – teachers and researchers who do more than just teach. You’ll benefit from an intensive program that lets you earn a degree quickly. Our program is small, so students benefit from personal attention and individual interaction with faculty.
This program develops the critical skills and expertise needed to become a successful finance professional. These include financial analysis and investments, corporate governance and restructuring, asset valuation, securities trading, insurance and risk management. Graduates acquire knowledge and strategies that can be immediately applied to finance-related occupations.
The M.S. in Finance at Broad offers flexibility and cutting-edge instruction. Students tailor the comprehensive curriculum to their interests, needs and the latest demands of the market. Master’s students in the program gain knowledge in areas such as:
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Admission to the program is competitive and is based on the applicant’s overall record. Meeting the minimum standards does not guarantee admission.
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The M.S. in Finance program is designed to provide graduate-level finance training to individuals with either career experience in finance or an undergraduate degree in finance or a related field.
The curriculum is flexible and allows students to choose courses that will meet their specific professional needs. Courses are offered in all of the major areas of finance, including financial management, financial modeling, investments, financial data analytics, machine learning in artificial intelligence, and international finance.Learn More
Program cost for Broad’s M.S. in Finance is one of the lowest among the top 50 business schools, according to Poets & Quants, making it an excellent investment.
Tuition is billed in a block tuition format and is payable in three equal installments at the beginning of each semester. Tuition for the M.S. in Finance is currently $$45,000 (for out-of-state students) or $42,990 (for in-state students) and covers tuition charges for credits and departmental fees.Learn More
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Our graduates are positioned to succeed on CFA exams, as our program is an official CFA Program Partner. As such, the MSF curriculum covers more than 70 percent of the CFA Body of Knowledge and teaches students the tools they need to prepare for CFA exams. The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certification is a professional designation awarded by the CFA Institute. The professional investment community recognizes the value of the CFA certification in its hiring and promotion decisions.
While competitive, the M.S. in Finance program is also very collegial. Students work collaboratively and help one another learn. Being part of such a close-knit community can make all the difference in your educational experience.
You’ll form relationships here that not only will enhance your career opportunities but will become lifelong friendships.
Complete the online application to the MSU Broad College of Business Master of Science in Finance program today. We look forward to you becoming a Spartan.