The Master of Science (M.S.) in Finance degree provides students with in-depth finance knowledge and analytical skills applicable to real-life management of financial institutions as well as corporations. The primary objective of the M.S. in Finance program is to provide individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to become experts in finance and thus advance their careers. The M.S. in Finance degree will help advance the careers of recent undergraduates in finance and those individuals with backgrounds in mathematics, economics, computer science or other quantitative backgrounds who are now considering a new career in the financial industry (banking, insurance, and other financial institutions) or in financial management of corporations.
Benedictine University's M.S. in Finance program is designed for working adults who have a business-related undergraduate degree and desire a career in the area of finance. Evening and weekend classes are ideal for those who seek flexibility in their course schedules, and plan to register as a part-time student. Additionally, well-qualified Benedictine University students who complete an undergraduate B.B.A. or B.S. degree are eligible to complete a 4+1 M.S. in Finance degree with one additional year of graduate study.
The M.S. in Finance program requires 64 quarter credit hours of graduate course work.
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