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Autumn 2017-2018

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May 15, 2017

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The Master of Science in Wealth Management program consists of rigorous course work and real-world case analyses related to all aspects of wealth management, including accounting, decision-making, estate planning and financial planning.

The MS in Wealth Management is a cohort program designed for:
  • Career-changers or professionals seeking entry into the wealth management and financial planning industries.
  • Professionals currently working in the wealth management industry or a related field.
  • Students who have earned or are earning an MBA. 
  • This program begins in the Autumn Quarter only.


The program is designed to help you:
  • Develop an understanding of complex issues in wealth management while building a strong network of peers.
  • Explore the industry’s best practices based on real-world experiences brought into the classroom.
  • Engage in the subject through course materials as well as in discussions and debates with your classmates. 
The MS in Wealth Management program also includes a seminar series that complements the material covered in courses.

Career Outlook

Graduates are equipped with specialized knowledge and credentials to meet the growing industry demand for personal financial advisors — a field that is expected to grow 32 percent by 2020. 
Degree Requirements 48 hours
  Total hours required   48 hours