​Master's in Finance Degree Program

Study applied finance in a STEM-designated program.

At USD, we've set the stage for you to be a successful financial practitioner in today's 21st century global workplace. After 10 months, our STEM designated master's in finance program will prepare you to take the first two levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam. As a future CFA, you'll possess the most recognized and respected financial designation in the world.

Through individualized learning, our award-winning research faculty and financial consultants will immerse you in global topics like currency markets, trade and capital flows, and the international monetary system. With hands-on experience applying financial modeling techniques and using databases like WRDS and Compustat to conduct empirical research, you'll be equipped to tackle current challenges facing the financial sector.

Our master's in finance program's STEM designation will boost your competitiveness in the job market and help facilitate your career goals. Additionally, international graduates who attend STEM designated programs, may be eligible for Post-Completion Optional Practical Training (OPT) for up to three years in the U.S, up from one year for programs without the designation.

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