Online Master of Science in Finance
Northwood University's Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree blends courses in finance, accounting, and economics to offer a graduate education in all aspects of finance.
The MSF is designed to introduce students to advanced methods for analyzing financial data and will provide them with the skill set to propose, structure and execute financial and/or operational strategies for their companies. Students will also learn how to benchmark results and modify original plans as appropriate. The program is designed to provide substantive courses to prepare students to succeed in diverse settings that include, but are not limited to, corporate finance, banking, financial services, and healthcare. Enrollees in the program who desire to seek the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation will be introduced to the concepts tested on that exam.
Our courses are offered in a variety of learning modalities during Spring, Summer and Fall semesters at our Troy, Michigan campus. This program can also be completed online. These classes utilize leading edge technology as support. Northwood classes are taught by faculty members who bring real-life executive experience and application-based scholarship into the classroom.
Current Verifiable Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Official Undergraduate Transcripts: Official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended, including the institution where a baccalaureate degree was awarded are required. An undergraduate cumulative GPA of at least a 3.00 on a 4.00 scale is required.
Professional Graduate Information Session: Consists of an interview with a DeVos Graduate School Admissions Representative and a writing sample exercise.
See also: Admission Requirements