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University of Tampa

Master of Science in Finance

University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida


Overview


This flexible, multidisciplinary degree is designed for students from diverse backgrounds

Address

Sykes College of Business
401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, Florida, 33606, United States


Academics

Summary

The University of Tampa's Master of Science in Finance, a STEM approved program, prepares students for careers in the ever-changing financial industry. Changes in the investment industry and the financial markets require well-trained financial professionals to make value-enhancing decisions as information becomes available and the business environment changes. Finance students are prepared for careers in private industry and government in such areas as banking, brokerage, individual and institutional investments, insurance, financial analysis and planning, portfolio management and more. Several courses have integrated the CFA ® curriculum as provided by CFA Institute and are based on the Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK) from the CFA ® Program. Topics in these courses assist students in preparation for the CFA ® exam.* The College offers state-of-the-art resources such as the Huizenga Family Foundation Trading Center, providing Bloomberg Professional™ real-time trading information and hands-on financial management experience.

Academic Fields
    Finance and Financial Management Services, Other.
    Accounting and Finance.
    Finance, General.
    Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law.
    Banking and Financial Support Services.
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Degrees
    Master's, MS, Master of Science Finance
    Formats

    Full Time, Part Time, On-Campus, Evening or Weekend

    Keywords

    Finance, Accounting, Business, STEM, Business Administration, Investment, Private Industry, Government, Banking, Brokerage, Portfolio Management, Financial Analysis,


    Admissions

    Summary
    There is no application deadline. Applications are evaluated for fall, spring and summer terms on a rolling basis. Qualified students are admitted until spaces are full for the relevant term. Admission is competitive, and students are encouraged to apply early. Students are notified of their status once all documents have been received.
    Academic Backgrounds
      Accounting.
      Accounting and Business/Management.
      Accounting and Finance.
      Banking and Financial Support Services.
      Business Administration and Management, General.

    Contacts

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    Angela Ward

    award@ut.edu