EARN YOUR MASTER’S IN GLOBAL FINANCE ONLINE
FROM FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business is proud to offer an online Master of Science in Global Finance program to ambitious professionals who strive to develop careers at multinational corporations.
Located in the heart of New York City, the Gabelli School of Business is centered in the financial capital of the world. As an online student, you’ll learn directly from Fordham’s NYC-based faculty, who have deep connections in the industry.
Complete in as few as 12 months
Three start dates offered annually
All professional backgrounds welcome
Our 36-credit curriculum includes corporate finance and investment courses, relevant electives, and internship and residency experiences.
The online MS in Global Finance program offers courses included in our on-campus program, which was ranked in the top 50 of pre-experience master’s in finance programs by The Financial Times.1
As a student, you will gain the specialized knowledge and skills you need to succeed in today’s international financial services industry by:
- gaining key domain skills, from asset valuation in global financial markets to international financial management and financial econometrics;
- analyzing financial and economic data by applying data visualization and using programming languages such as Python and Matlab; and
- preparing for an international financial services career in investment banking, asset management, risk management, or the fintech industry.
ONLINE LEARNING AT THE GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Our online learning platform will connect you to accomplished Fordham faculty, as well as the Gabelli School’s 40,000 alumni, no matter where you’re located. Through this program, you will:
- develop an understanding of fundamental global finance skills during live, online classes taught by Gabelli School faculty;
- utilize a cutting-edge online learning platform that supports an immersive, intimate, and flexible experience;
- engage with diverse classmates and access interactive coursework 24/7 through a mobile app; and
- network with peers, faculty, and industry leaders during one in-person residency in NYC.
Are you ready to get started? Fill out this brief form and our admissions team will send you more information about the program.
1 The Financial Times defines pre-experience programs as those aimed at students with little or no professional experience, while post-experience programs require participants to have worked in finance. “Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2018,” The Financial Times (accessed 2019). arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference