A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
The field of applied finance is the study of how various business models impact financial results. Studying applied finance may lead to employment with institutions such as those providing financial planning services, brokerage firms or commercial banking companies.
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The new Master of Finance (MFin) program at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management addresses this substantial unmet demand for trained finance professionals. [+]
In today’s rapidly changing financial world, you are expected to master analytical, leadership, and critical thinking skills — and be able to put those skills into immediate practice. [+]
Freeman's Master of Finance (MFIN) Program is an 11-month or 18-month full time program designed for recent graduates with limited or no professional experience seeking careers in finance. [+]
The Master of Applied Finance focuses on developing a deeper knowledge and skills relating to the operation of financial markets, financial risk management and corporate treasury strategies. You will gain an understanding of derivative instruments, develop analytical skills for the evaluation of investment opportunities, and acquire knowledge of key institutions within the finance industry.This postgraduate qualification can be the key to your future career success. [+]