Why PlusOne MS in Finance?

The PlusOne MS in Finance program provides rigorous training in finance, helping to develop your analytical and financial management skills. The curriculum is taught by faculty who are recognized as expert researchers by leading industry journals.

  • Outearn your peers – According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for a professional with a master’s in finance is just over $128,000 annually.
  • CFA exam preparation – Our faculty integrate the CFA Body of Knowledge into the curriculum to help you prepare for licensure should you opt to sit for the exam.

Program Details

You can get started on your Masters of Science in Finance as an undergraduate with the D’Amore-McKim PlusOne Program. Designed for academically outstanding students, the program allows you to take up to a total of 15 graduate credits during senior year and apply those credits toward both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The PlusOne MS in Finance starts in the fall term only.

Careful curriculum planning with your undergraduate advisor is important to ensure that you are eligible to join and begin the program in the fall.

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Full Application Requirements

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Requirements for Application

3.25

minimum cumulative GPA

3.0

minimum GPA in concentration coursework:

For finance concentration

FINA 3301 and FINA 3303

For Fintech concentration

FINA 3301 or 3303 and FINA 4380

2

successfully completed 6-month co-ops

Curriculum

July 31, 2021

Download the curriculum map to view the typical timeline of the program.

Prerequisites

For Students in the Finance Concentration

FINA 3301Corporate Finance
FINA 3303Investments

For Students in the Fintech Concentration

FINA 3301Corporate Finance
FINA 4380Financial Data Analysis with Python
FINA 6203Investment Analysis*

* additional required course to be taken as a graduate elective

– or –

FINA 3303Investments
FINA 4380Financial Data Analysis with Python

Required Graduate Courses

FINA 6202Analysis of Financial Institutions and Markets
FINA 6204International Finance Management

and 3 FINA electives

FINA 6205Financial Strategy
FINA 6206Finance Seminar
FINA 6219Portfolio Management

and FINA elective and Graduate Business Elective*

*Students are permitted a maximum of 3 non-finance elective credits in this program.

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