Master of Science in Finance

MS Finance Program Detail

Program Features

Cutting-edge financial planning

Emphasizes computational, statistical, and econometric techniques and their role in financial decision making

Combine theory and practice

Provides strong theoretical and practical foundations in the analysis of complex financial instruments, portfolio allocation, risk management, corporate finance, company valuation, and corporate governance

Prepare for the CFA exam

Dedicates a significant portion of the curriculum to the CFA Institute’s Candidate Body of Knowledge, preparing students to sit for the CFA exams

STEM designated

Includes a STEM-designated Financial Econometrics concentration, that offers an Optional Practical Training STEM Extension benefit 

Investing in a Johns Hopkins Master’s in Finance pays off for Nnadozie Ekeocha (MSF ’18).
 

Curriculum

At Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we equip our students with the quantitative and leadership skills to analyze data, learn from it, and impact the long-term sustainability of businesses around the world. Our program builds the entrepreneurial capacity of students to comprehend both local investment environments and global financial markets.

The student handbook provides access to information about services and resources for students as well as policies and procedures. 

Find detailed descriptions for the courses offered during the 2019-2020 academic year.

Careers

Employment Outcomes

$70,571
Average base salary

72%
accepted full-time offers within six months of graduation

23 years
median age

At A Glance

Program Details

Baltimore, MD and Washington, D.C.
Full Time
1 year, 36 credits

Tuition & Fees

Tuition Cost
$71,600 / year
Fees
$600
Financial Aid

There are numerous options for financing your education including scholarships, loans, and payment plans available to those who qualify. Learn more.

Deadlines

Round 2: January 8, 2020
Round 3: April 1, 2020 
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Admissions