The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) at Eastern Michigan University is a 30-credit hour AACSB-accredited program for recent graduates and working professionals. The STEM-designated program covers topics in corporate finance, financial reporting, fixed income, derivatives, investments,
portfolio management, wealth planning, and equity investments. The program provides a strong foundation to sit for all three levels of the CFA exams.
Course equivalents must be from an AACSB-accredited university and approved by the finance faculty. Equivalency exams may be allowed in some cases.
Students that are required to take ACC 501 and ECON 500 have the option to enroll in these courses the summer prior to their first fall semester or to take ACC 501 their first semester and ECON 500 their second semester. International students requiring 9 credit hours a semester must take these courses during their first and second semesters.
In addition to the core 30 credit hour required courses, students can take an optional 6 credits of thesis, obtained by taking FIN 699 for 3 credits during the fall semester of their second year and FIN 699 for 3 credits during the winter semester of their second year.
Tuition rates are approved by the Board of Regents in June. Expected in-state tuition for the academic year beginning in Fall 2019 is $1,100 per credit hour. Graduate assistantship information can be found here.
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