Employers are interested in connecting with recruits who have unique backgrounds and perspectives—people who bring something new to solving problems, who approach their work differently. You'll stand out with our STEM-designated MS in Finance, which enables you to build on your undergraduate degree with in-demand skills in finance.
About the Kelley MS in Finance degree
without boot camp
with boot camp
You can complete the MSF degree in less than one year or in 18 months if you choose to do the extended program model which includes an internship.
No business degree required
The Kelley MS in Finance curriculum complements an undergraduate degree in another field—such as liberal arts, engineering, political science, and economics—with advanced training in finance. The power of the degree lies in this pairing—a rarity highly valued by Kelley’s large network of recruiting companies.
Business Foundations Boot Camp
Designed for students without an undergraduate business degree, the Business Foundations Boot Camp is an intensive four-week program that provides exposure to core business disciplines such as finance, accounting, marketing, operations, strategic management, and quantitative methods. Starting in June, Boot Camp will help you gain the broader business perspective that financial analysts need to be effective in their work. Complete the pre-application advising form to set up a meeting with MSF program staff to review requirements.
Areas of expertise
You will develop skills such as:
- Risk management
- Asset allocation
- Capital budgeting
- Financial modeling
- Treasury management
- Capital structure analysis and management
- Asset and company valuation
- Currency management
The Kelley MSF Degree explained
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Learn from world-class finance faculty
With over 60 faculty members conducting state-of-the-art research and holding deep industry experience, the Department of Finance at the Kelley School of Business is widely recognized as one of the premier finance departments in the world.
This group influences the finance profession through their cutting-edge research, other business schools through their leading textbook publications, and public policy and corporate practice through their expert testimony and consulting work.