Experience is power.

Integrating classroom instruction and academic thinking with authentic, experience-powered learning is what we do best at D’Amore-McKim. Our approach will expand your knowledge base, develop your creative mindset, and prepare you to meet the shifting demands of today’s business world.

As an MS in Finance/MBA student, you can expect experience to shape your learning and propel you in your career. Our unique 360 Huntington Fund headlines the available opportunities—you’ll perform equity research and portfolio management for a real mutual fund and grow your expertise. No matter what your experience level with managing stocks, you’ll learn invaluable skills in an environment that no simulated fund exercise can match.

As a Full-Time MS in Finance/MBA program student, you’ll have ample opportunities to dive headfirst into experiences that will give you a fresh perspective and relevant skills.

In addition to your paid corporate residency—a life-changing experience for most of our students—you can participate in…

In this transformative opportunity, you’ll not only travel abroad and develop your global acumen, but also work as part of a team to tackle a real business issue for a multinational company.

Apply to be part of the team that recommends stocks and manages investments for the 360 Huntington Fund. Launched in 2008, this nearly $1 million student-managed mutual fund represents experiential learning in its purest form.

Starting your own business venture? Work with mentors and access financial, marketing, and communications support—or put your expertise into practice and mentor a startup yourself.

Get intense exposure to the global business environment with this elective course, which immerses you in the business practices and culture of another country.

In this elective week-long residency, you’ll meet with members of Congress, senior civil servants, business executives, lobbyists, and other officials to learn firsthand how public policy affects the U.S. and global economies.

“I was chosen as an analyst for the 360 Huntington Fund, which completely changed my skill set. I learned to choose stocks based on analyzing companies’ financial data and to seek out new investment opportunities by paying attention to industry news. But the bigger impact was that I learned to express my ideas independently and clearly in public. This experience taught me to be a more critical thinker, and now I pay more attention to logic and feasibility when I’m solving problems.”

Yifei Li, MSF’19