Program Length and Curriculum
The MF is a 12-month full-time program that runs from August to July of the following year.
Students are required to take 12 three-credit courses and 2 one and a half credit courses. All courses are compulsory and advanced standing will not be given.
Students will also be introduced to the wider community of scholars and practitioners in finance through the research seminar series and the professional seminar series. In the former, students will be exposed to cutting-edge research in finance, and in the latter, students will gain an appreciation of current, real-world issues as well as an appreciation of different career choices.
Master of Finance Specializations
Starting in Fall 2012, students entering the Master of Finance (MF) program will have the option of specializing in Capital Markets* or Financial Risk Management. All MF students will share a common Fall term and then choose one of the streams for the Winter and Summer terms. MF students interested in Financial Risk Management must complete an eligibility application form prior to embarking upon this stream. Click here
to complete the application process.
*The Capital Markets specialization is equivalent to the original (2009-2011) Master of Finance program structure.
In addition, there are four full-days of spreadsheet training in financial modelling.
Tuition fees for the current year are available on the Student Financial Services website