Master of Science in Financial Analysis (MS) Degree

MS in Financial Analysis Plan of Study

Drexel LeBow’s Master of Science in Financial Analysis has multiple study options to suit your schedule. Whether you’re looking for full-time study options or a more flexible part-time option, there’s a plan of study that works for you.

MS in Financial Analysis Full-Time

Below is a sample plan of study for a student enrolled in our full-time Master of Science in Finance degree program.

See the current Drexel Course Catalog for complete degree requirements and course descriptions.

Total credits for program - 45 credits (semester equivalent: 30 credits)

Required courses - 30 credits
Finance electives - 6 credits (FIN 600+)
Electives - 9 credits

Please note: students must choose FIN 794 or FIN 790

Full-Time Plan of Study

Term Course Title Credits
Fall (15 credits) FIN 601 Corporate Financial Management 3
OPR 601 Managerial Decision Models and Simulation 3
STAT 610 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Winter (15 credits) ECON 550 Corporate Financial Management I 3
FIN 602 Advanced Financial Management 3
FIN 622 Financial Institutions & Markets 3
FIN 626 Investment Management 3
Elective 3
Spring (15 credits) FIN 624 Risk Management 3
FIN 642 Business Conditions and Forecasting 3
FIN 790 or FIN 794 Seminar in Finance or Seminar in Investments 3
Elective 3
Elective 3


MS in Financial Analysis Part-Time

Below is a sample plan of study for a part-time student enrolled in the Master of Science in Finance program. Part-time students will determine a customized plan of study with their program advisor.

See the current Drexel Course Catalog for complete degree requirements and course descriptions.

Total credits for program - 45 credits (semester equivalent: 30 credits)

Required courses - 30 credits
Finance electives - 6 credits (FIN 600+)
Electives - 9 credits

Please note: students must choose FIN 794 or FIN 790

Part-Time Plan of Study

Term Course Title Credits
Fall (6 credits) FIN 601 Corporate Financial Management 3
ECON 540 Intro to Econometrics and Data Analysis 3
Winter (6 credits) ECON 550 Econometrics 3
FIN 602 Advanced Financial Management 3
Spring (6 credits) FIN 642 Business Conditions and Forecasting 3
FIN 626 Investment Management 3
Summer (6 credits) FIN 622 Financial Institutions and Markets 3
Elective 3
Fall (6 credits) STAT 610 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
FIN 624 Risk Management 3
Winter (6 credits) OPR 601 Operations Research 3
FIN 794 Seminar in Investments (or) an Elective 3
Spring (6 credits) FIN 790* Seminar in Finance (or) Elective 3
Elective 3
Summer (6 credits) Elective 3
Elective 3