Coming Fall 2018: MS in Financial Analysis

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Drexel LeBow’s Finance Department has announced the launch of a new Master of Science in Financial Analysis degree program to begin fall 2018.

This program will provide catered training for individuals currently working in or seeking a career in finance or financial consulting in the public and private sector. Designed to build on an undergraduate business program from a U.S.-based, AACSB-accredited institution, the program will help students prepare for certification programs in finance such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Students may successfully complete this 45-credit degree program full time in one year, or part time, based on their scheduling needs.

For more information contact Michael Gombola, PhD, at gombola@drexel.edu.

Faculty Senate approval is pending for this program.

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