MS Finance Program Information
Florida Atlantic University's MS in Finance Program is an intensive 16-month program offering exceptional quality.
The MS in Finance allows participants to continue their professional responsibilities while earning a nationally-accredited MS degree as full-time graduate students. Each class begins and progresses through the program as a group, sharing the same sequence of classes and educational experiences.
Students can obtain Bloomberg Certification and attend preparation courses for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) designation.
Many corporations nominate and sponsor fast-track employees for the MS in Finance Program. It is an effective way to ensure that they will have qualified, professionally credentialed managers for the future.
The Master of Science in Finance degree program begins on Boca Raton Campus every fall and spring semester.
The 16-month MS in Finance is 30 credits
- Courses are every Monday and Wednesday, 6:15 PM - 10:00 PM
- 30 Credit Hours
- $1,000 per credit hour
- Total Tuition: $30,000
- Full-Service, all-inclusive
- Tuition is the same for Florida Residents, Out-of-State Residents & International Students.
Tuition and program fees include:
- Parking e-permit
- Student ID
- Guaranteed schedule for the entire program
- Review classes and recorded classes (as needed)
- Access to non-degree workshops and seminars
- Bloomberg Certification
- Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Preparation Courses
- Optional Financial Analyst Track
- Full-service program support for all your needs
- Dedicated Program Advisor
- Support Staff Open Door Policy
- Refreshments and Snacks
- Graduation Cap and Gown
- Graduation Banquet
- Financial Aid and Tuition Reimbursement are accepted.
- Self Pay? We offer a convenient payment plan.
The 16-month MS in Finance program starts every fall (August) and spring (January) semester.
2020 Fall MS in Finance program begins Monday, August 24, 2020
Courses are every Monday and Wednesday evening, 6:15 PM - 10:00 PM, with breaks between semesters. Each class of students begins and progresses through the program together, taking most of the same courses and sharing the same educational experience for the 16 months.
The program consists of 30 credit hours. The pace and intensity of the program are balanced to provide students with optimal opportunities to assimilate knowledge.
A variety of learning methods are employed throughout the program. Case studies, computer simulations of challenging, competitive business situations, problem-solving discussions, team presentations, individual study, lectures, visual presentations, guest speakers, and assigned readings are regularly used. Students also complete research and analytical studies to develop strategic thinking abilities.