Immerse yourself in the world of finance.
As a student in our top-ranked, STEM-designated program, you’ll have opportunities to manage a $1.8 million student-run portfolio, conduct in-depth finance research and work alongside faculty researchers studying everything from mergers and acquisitions to asset management. You can graduate in as little as 12 months, or you can select our three-semester option to incorporate an internship experience and graduate in 16 months.
What You'll Learn
As a finance student you won’t just gain by-the-book knowledge, you’ll apply your expertise to real-world projects—building your professional acumen from day one.
With an emphasis on advanced analytical and technical skills, the Master’s in Finance curriculum is designed to prepare you for a position at the top of your field.
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Gather everything you’ll need, including your test scores, transcripts, and written statements, and get underway with your Eller MSF application. As always, we’re here to help answer questions about our requirements and process.
Students from around the globe come to earn their degree at Eller. For admission to the MSF program, we prefer that international students apply by December 1. Get all of your deadlines and application materials here.
February 1: Regular deadline—domestic application (U.S. citizens or permanent residents) and international applicants, including those currently studying in the U.S.
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
Eller’s Master of Science in Finance program is ranked number one in the nation for employment rates, and tied for number one worldwide. You’ll graduate ready to succeed in corporate finance, investment banking, financial analysis and more.
12-Month Program, Resident: $31,500
12-Month Program, Non-resident: $51,850
16-Month Program, Resident: $36,825
16-Month Program, Non-resident: $67,340
Tuition and fees subject to change.
Meet Master's in Finance alumni and learn how the program helped shaped their careers.
Never a Typical Day: Trent Kruse '04
Vice President (Treasurer), Treasury, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, JCPenney
My experience has been good, bad and ugly over the last 12 years at JCPenney. The company has experienced highs, lows and everything in between. Despite that, I would not trade this experience for anything. I have learned so much, and most importantly I have learned just how critical culture is.
New Skills are My System Upgrade: Esther (Yun Shen) Lo '14 MSF
Senior Financial Analyst, Hitachi Vantara
Joining Hitachi Vantara has been the biggest change for my career. I moved from the investment to the corporate finance field because I want to be part of the transformation Hitachi is implementing. I want to be able to learn and to see how an electronics company can transition to an IoT/cloud/software company.
Taking a Holistic View on Financial Planning: Michelle Anthony '03 MMF
Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor, Wealth Management, Catalina Investments
When I started in the industry, I thought it was just about managing money. What surprised me is how it’s so much more than that. I never imagined how close I would get with my clients and that is a big part of why I love my job so much.