Become a financial management professional
Your career in finance is waiting for you. With an MS in Finance, you’ll learn to develop strategic financial objectives, improve investment decisions, design financial instruments, manage corporate risk and seize new business opportunities.
Earn your master’s in Finance and gain sought-after skills such as
- Financial decision-making techniques
- Solution development
- Designing, using and evaluating financial tools and instruments
- Developing proposals for profitability and productivity
- Risk analysis
For international students: this program is a STEM-designated program, which can qualify you to extend your post-graduation stay in the United States.
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Learn in the city’s core business district
Our campus is in the heart of Chicago's business and financial district, allowing you to find work opportunities in the same setting in which you are learning.
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Submit an online application, essay, résumé, official transcripts and GMAT/GRE scores.
You’ll take 12 courses: nine required courses and three electives, totaling 48 credit hours.
of 2016 business master's degree graduates were in jobs related to their field
Elevate your knowledge
Learn about commercial banking, money and capital markets from leading faculty experts like Lamont Black, assistant professor of finance. Black’s current research projects analyze commercial real-estate securitization and the spillover of financial shocks through the banking system.
"A Kellstadt MBA helped me transition easily from a career in the legal field to one in finance, and it helped me build upon my professional network in the Chicago financial community."
Michael (MS ’14)
Analyst, Prairie Capital Advisors
Graduates have access to DePaul's extensive finance alumni network that includes executives at some of the nation's largest institutions. Students and alumni have access to DePaul's finance industry-related centers, including the Arditti Center for Risk Management, Center for Financial Services and Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Kellstadt awarded more than $3 million to incoming students last year. Learn more about scholarship opportunities available to you.
For more information about applying, contact the Kellstadt office at (312) 362-8810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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