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Winter/Spring/Summer 2014-2015
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October 17, 2014

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Students are required to follow the Academic Handbook and Code of Student Responsibility

The Master of Science in Finance develops students into financial management professionals who have the skills necessary to understand modern financial markets, instruments and decision-making.  Students gain the competencies required to create sophisticated solutions to financial problems, design and evaluate new financial instruments, leverage resources for optimal profitability and productivity, develop strategic financial objectives, seize new business opportunities, mitigate corporate risk, improve investment decision making, and analyze technical financial material. 
 

Located in the heart of Chicago's financial district, DePaul's finance program is taught by dedicated, well-trained, nationally-recognized financial economists and executives-in-residence.

Students who have earned or are currently pursuing an MBA may have up to six of their MBA courses count toward the requirements of the MS in Finance degree depending upon the specific content of the course work and how recently it was completed.   

Introductory Requirements (waived with applicable prior credit)
12 hours
​Degree Requirements ​48 hours
   Total hours required    48-60 hours