Earn your Master of Finance at Tulane.
Few business careers offer the same excitement that finance professionals experience daily, whether you’re trying to predict how the market will respond to political, cultural and economic changes or you’re teaching clients how to invest ethically.
When you earn a Master of Finance at the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University, you’ll be immersed in the real world of investing, preparing for the challenges of finance in the twenty-first century. Earn a master’s degree in finance in as little as 10 months and graduate ready to sit for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam. You’ll enter your new career with confidence and expertise.
You can complete your master's degree in finance on an accelerated schedule in only 10 months, or you can spread your coursework out over 17 months to allow for a summer internship. Classes begin in July.
Our Master of Finance degree is STEM-designated, allowing international students to extend their training by 24 months if they work in their field of study.
I received a comprehensive finance education at the Freeman School. In flagship courses on distressed debt and managing an actual multimillion-dollar portfolio, I had hands-on learning experiences that helped launch my career.
A Master of Finance for the Future
From a changing climate to unprecedented political and cultural shifts throughout the globe, we offer courses that can help you predict and react quickly to changing trends in the world and the market.
Globally Renowned Faculty
Our graduate degree in finance program is intentionally small to provide you with many chances for face-to-face time with faculty mentors who have decades of experience as finance professionals and educators.
Master of Finance Fellowships
We strive to make our graduate degree in finance as accessible and affordable as possible, so we offer fellowships for Master of Finance students that can pay up to 50 percent of tuition costs.
In the Darwin Fenner Fund course, Master of Finance students can manage a real stock portfolio and showcase their skills at portfolio management competitions.
-Sheri Tice, professor of finance and director, Darwin Fenner Student Managed Fund
Learn more at an in-person or virtual information session, or come see us at a special event.
When I can enhance my students' understanding by offering a personal application from my time in the finance industry, I know I'm adding value for them.
-Mara Force, professor of practice in finance and Seymour S. Goodman Professor of Business Administration
When you join the Master of Finance program, you’ll join a close-knit community of peers and alumni who can help you achieve your goals to become a finance professional. As you progress through the graduate degree in finance program, you’ll build a strong network of colleagues and mentors who will advocate for you.
Master of Finance Connections
The small class sizes in our Master of Finance program promote deep relationships. Faculty will become mentors who can introduce you to professional opportunities and classmates can become lifelong friends.