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MIT Sloan School of Management, Master of Finance

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Master of Finance program at MIT Sloan School of Management gives students a strong understanding of the essence of financial theory and practice.

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Finance Masters Programs

Features

• Full-time, part-time
• 4 foundation courses
• 5 core courses
• 5 elective courses
• Internship in finance
• Research practicum
• 24-unit thesis

Degree Name

Master of Finance

Duration

12 months, full time

Cost

About $45,000 to $50,000

What is best?

• 5 elective courses
• Internship in finance
• Research practicum
• 24-unit thesis

What are the benefits?

• Students work in small groups learning from each other and also sharing different perspectives.
• Understand the integration of management theory through hand-on learning experience.
• Get an opportunity to work with industry leaders through the Finance Research Practicum
• Acquire skills needed to face challenges in financial industry

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The MIT Sloan School of Management Master of Finance program provides students with skills and understanding of financial theory and practice required to launch or advance a successful financial career. To complete the degree, students are also required to study five core courses that include Investments, Corporate Finance, Financial Modeling, International Financial Management, and Quantitative Analysis for Business.

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Master of Finance program at MIT Sloan School of Management gives students a strong understanding of the essence of financial theory and practice. It imparts in students the skills needed to have a successful career in the financial industry as well as attain personal career goals. Students are required to take these foundation courses at the beginning of the program; Managerial Statistics, Economic Environment of the Firm, and Accounting for Decision-Making. These courses give the students a solid foundation in financial management. However, students with the appropriate background can be exempted from doing the foundation courses. The students also attend career workshops that enlighten them and give them an opportunity to gain more skills. To complete the degree, students are also required to study five core courses which are three credits each and include; Investments course, Corporate Finance course: theory, tools and concepts, Financial Modeling course, International Financial Management course, and Quantitative Analysis for Business course. A student is also required to take five electives courses from the provided finance courses, four of which are finance courses, while the fifth one maybe either a finance course or a non-finance course. This may include an internship in finance course. Students also take an Action Learning course that challenges students to solve problems with MIT’S partner corporations that end with the student presentations to corporate decision makers. Another required non-credit course is a professional development course that focuses on finance, ethics, and social responsibility. Students can also participate in optional lecture series with industry leaders, a 24-unit thesis with approval by faculty director, and concentrations in financial engineering, capital markets, and corporate finance.

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