Master of Science in Financial Analysis (MS) Degree
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With a highly customizable program that focuses on combining quantitative and computer skills with financial theory and applications, the Drexel LeBow Master’s in Financial Analysis degree will help you take your career to the next level.
The MS in Financial Analysis will prepare you to tackle the challenges of risk management, financial engineering and portfolio analysis, while providing you with the flexibility to customize your study to your specific career goals through LeBow’s graduate minors and certificate programs.
Our internship and consulting opportunities allow you to integrate your studies with real-world application and provide professional experience well before graduation.
MS in Financial Analysis
Set yourself apart with an MS in Financial Analysis. This specialized program is designed to build on an undergraduate degree in a business discipline from an AACSB-accredited institution and provide you with the skills and expertise to successfully complete certification programs such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
MS in Financial Analysis Program Details:
- 45-credit plan of study (33 credit semester equivalent)
- Full-time program can be completed in one year
- Part-time program completion times vary by student
Graduate minors highlight Drexel’s collaborative and interdisciplinary spirit by allowing you to take interrelated graduate-level courses outside of your major graduate program. Enrich your graduate studies in financial analysis with supplemental knowledge and skills that provide additional professional expertise.
Examples of minors that may benefit MS in Financial Analysis students include: Computer Science, Business Analytics Management, and Economics.
A full list of optional graduate minors can be found on the Drexel Course Catalog.
MS in Financial Analysis Admission Requirements:
- Undergraduate degree in a business discipline from an AACSB-accredited institution
For more information on admissions consideration, contact the Graduate Admissions Office.