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University of California, Master of Finance

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The Master in Finance program at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management is drafted for recent graduates and experienced professionals who want to further their careers in the financial industry.

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Finance Masters Programs

Features

• 48 total units
• 10 core courses
• 5 elective courses
• Finance Capstone Seminar Courses
• CFA preparation program
• Full-time, part-time

Degree Name

Master in Finance

Duration

2 academic years, full time

What is best?

• 5 elective courses
• Finance Capstone Seminar Courses
• CFA preparation program
• Full-time, part-time

What are the benefits?

• It helps professionals to advance their career by learning new skills.
• Gain the specialized expertise required for professional advancement
• Ideal for students with little or no work experience.
• Get Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certifications
• Leverage a strong alumni network and other finance professionals

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The Master of Finance program offered by the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California helps both students and professionals to advance their careers in finance field and also get certified by the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

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The Master in Finance program at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management is drafted for recent graduates and experienced professionals who want to further their careers in the financial industry. The program looks to fill up the unmet high demand for highly knowledgeable finance professionals. The program can be completed in three quarters of full-time and also as a part time program. Most students start the program in the fall term but applicants with appropriate undergraduate study or professional experience can be considered for admission in the winter or spring terms. The program enables finance executives to gain the specialized expertise required for professional advancement, and also prepares students who seek to pursue professional certifications in finance including all levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designations. These are some of the possible career paths one can take after completing this program; Investment Management, Investment banking, Corporate finance, Corporate finance, Private wealth management, Risk management, Asset management, Quantitative Research, and Equities trading. The program requires completion of 48 units for graduation, 20 of which are covered in core courses but some of which can be waived for students with substantial previous training in a particular topic. Full-time students can complete the program in one academic year. The program is most ideal for students with a quantitative background but those who do not have quantitative background may apply, but take additional courses in order to develop their quantitative skills. In order to be allowed to take the program one must fulfill the following criteria produce Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE) performance. There is also a finance club which assists members to analyze careers in finance and opportunities. They connect members to alumni and other finance professionals.

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