The program in applied security analysis and the MS in Finance degree provides the foundation needed to launch a career in investment research and portfolio management. As a student, you begin your program as an undergraduate during your senior year, and earn your master’s degree in your fifth year of study. A research internship at an investment firm in the summer after your senior year adds relevance to the graduate-year curriculum, strengthens your résumé, and positions you to land an attractive full-time job offer after graduation.
The program also helps equip you to take the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level I exam after your senior year and the CFA Level II exam following graduation.
The MS in Finance program has an outstanding track record, with 100 percent of students placed in internships and 100 percent accepting job offers within three months of graduation.