The Trulaske College of Business is finding even more ways to connect working professionals, recent graduates and senior business students with their competitive master’s degree in Finance – now available online.

Financial sector job growth has experienced net gains in recent years and the growth trajectory is expected to continue, according to the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s employment trend information in the financial and professional services sector.

Mizzou’s online master of science in finance will provide you an in-demand credential for jobs in banking, insurance, high-tech start-ups, investment firms, securities and commodities brokerage and other financial services organizations.

Dan French Dan. W. French
Trulaske College of Business
Jeffrey E. Smith Professor of Finance
Online Finance Program Director

“Establishing the finance master’s program online means we can connect our academic offerings to an expanded group of students and professionals,” said Dan French, program director and Jeffrey E. Smith Missouri professor of finance. “Our curriculum develops strong analytical skills and financial decision-making ability,” he said.

Strong student outcomes

Ajay Vinzé, dean of the Trulaske College of Business, said students in the online finance program should expect the same quality classes and services offered to business students on campus. “Because of our world-class professional development opportunities and career services, our students are launching and advancing impressive careers,” Vinzé said. “You will join the ranks of our remarkable alumni by accessing the same nationally recognized programming.”

Significant demand exists for individuals with a specialized finance master’s degree, and this online option can open new opportunities for graduates of the program. Program participants will benefit from the Trulaske College of Business Career Services Office, which boasts a placement rate in excess of 92 percent with more than 1,000 companies recruiting its students.

8-week classes; international colloquium

Mizzou’s online master’s in finance delivers a big-picture understanding of global capital markets, financial modeling, statement analysis and industry ethics. 

Classes are offered in an eight-week format. While intensive, this schedule allows working professionals to focus for a brief time on the subject of each class while also keeping up with the demands of their careers.

The online program culminates in a week-long international experience where students will focus on international financial management, markets and transactions. The course taken during the international visit is taught by professors from the host-country university and includes cultural experiences in that country. 

Apply today

The online master’s program is currently accepting applications for the fall 2018 semester. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. GRE scores are not required.

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