At a Glance
33 credit hours
Can be completed on a full- or part-time basis
MSF program prepares graduates for the CFA exam
The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree program provides students with a rigorous and intellectually sophisticated framework for analysis and decision-making in finance.
With Washington, D.C. as their backdrop, MSF students are at the crux of financial market regulation and policy. The program's experienced faculty, seasoned executives-in-residence, and active professionals are closely attuned to day-to-day movements and big picture evolution in the finance world.
Hands-on Experience: Student Managed Investment Fund
MSF graduates have the opportunity to take specialized courses in Investment Banking, Financial Intermediation in Emerging Markets, Investment Analysis, and more.
The Kogod Center for Career Development provides students with opportunities to network, attend career fairs and on-campus recruiting to facilitate a positive career outcome.
— The mean salary of the most recent MSF class was $71,936.
— Employers of MSF graduates include, but are not limited to: