PART-TIME MS IN FINANCE
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ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER WITH OUR PART-TIME PROGRAM
Propel yourself into a leadership position with a Master of Science in Finance degree from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Graduate prepared with the quantitative and leadership skills to analyze data, implement change, and impact the long-term sustainability of businesses around the world.
Online/on-site/both: Our part-time program was designed with working professionals in mind, empowering you with a flexible format to hone the skills needed to quickly advance your career. Online courses are taught by the same world-class faculty who develop the curriculum and course content.
- Available on-site, online or both — learn on-site in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
- GRE/GMAT waiver available for those who qualify
- Prepares you to sit for the CFA exams, built on CFA Institute's Candidate Body of Knowledge framework
- Typically completed in under two years, but with the flexibility to take up to six
- Merit-based scholarships, loans, and payment plans available for those who qualify
- Virtual open house attendees eligible for an application fee waiver
Curriculum: An Inside Look
MS in Finance students gain the technical skills to create innovative solutions in all aspects of management and finance. The part-time, 36-credit program is designed for working professionals advancing in their careers.
Our online courses feature mostly asynchronous (anytime) learning activities with a few recommended or required synchronous (real-time) activities.
Sample required courses include Accounting and Financial Reporting, Corporate Finance, Business Communication, and Statistical Analysis.
Required courses include Derivatives, Financial Institutions, Financial Modeling and Valuation, and Fixed Income.
Sample courses include Corporate Governance, Big Data Machine Learning, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Wealth Management.
A Carey MS in Finance Pays Off
2018 Carey Business School Master of Science in Finance graduate Nnadozie Ekeocha stayed in the Johns Hopkins network after graduating, and is now one of the newest members of the Johns Hopkins Investment Office.
NNADOZIE EKEOCHA: I grew up in Nigeria, and I moved to the US when I was 18. I thought it was the best option for me for what exactly I wanted to study. Before I decided to come to the Carey Business School, I actually took a visit to see the professors and talk to some of the students. I actually sat in on one of the classes. And that was definitely what made me say, yeah, this is what I want to be.
I really like that most of my class was actually international students, so we're all learning, and not just learning in the classroom, we're all learning how to be in this, just immersing ourselves in the culture. I've been here eight or nine years in the US, but it was still a learning process for me. I actually made lifelong friends, I would say, from the business school.
The most valuable things I got from Carey was to believe in myself. I feel like I can do anything. Within the broad spectrum of business, I think I can fit anywhere. I'm an investment analyst at the Johns Hopkins investment office, and my role is to report risk and form the framework for analyzing that risk. I had never thought about working in an endowment, but I was very interested in the job, because I was working in the Johns Hopkins office as well, and I studied finance, and I felt like the requirements really fit the skills that I got.
It's a small team, so really, the work that you do is felt throughout the organization, and knowing that my impact has been felt positively throughout the entire organization is great. So it makes me very, very proud. And it's also one of the things that makes me, that pushes me every day when I come in here to work, is that I'm not just doing this for myself. I'm doing this for Johns Hopkins, because they're the ones who actually gave me these skills.
Explore Your Future Career
Partner with our Career Development Office throughout your time at Carey to advance your career as a business professional.
Our team is committed to providing opportunities for you to build professional skills and competencies essential for advancing your career. These are just some of the careers in the financial industry Carey Business School graduates can look forward to succeeding in:
|Career Path||Median Salary|
|Corporate financial manager||$81,6272|
|Hedge fund manager||$103,0424|
"I feel like I can do anything. Within the broad spectrum of business, I think I can fit in anywhere."
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1 Payscale (n.d.). Average Investment Banker Salary. Retrieved July 24, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Investment_Banker/Salaryhttps://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Investment_Banker/Salary.
2 Payscale (n.d.). Average Financial Controller Salary. Retrieved July 24, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Financial_Controller/Salaryhttps://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Financial_Controller/Salary.
3 Payscale (n.d.). Average Portfolio Manager Salary. Retrieved July 24, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Portfolio_Manager/Salaryhttps://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Portfolio_Manager/Salary.
4 Payscale (n.d.). Average Hedge Fund Manager Salary. Retrieved July 24, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Hedge_Fund_Manager/Salaryhttps://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Hedge_Fund_Manager/Salary.