USC Marshall Launches Master of Science in Finance

12-month program to begin next spring; requires no work experience

University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business has announced that it will launch a Master of Science program in Finance next year.

The program is 12 months long and will "provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in finance and gain a comparative advantage over the competition that can be applied to many fields," according to a Marshall statement.

Curriculum will cover a range of quantitative topics; the program will offer classes such as "Managerial Statistics," "Management of Financial Risk," and "Corporate Financial Strategy."

Requirements for the program include a four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent; work experience is not required. Applications for the May 2014 are now being accepted.

For more information, please see the USC Marshall press release announcing the launch of the Master of Science in Finance.

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