Master of Finance Program to Begin This Fall at University of California, Irvine

The 12-month full-time program will take place at the Paul Merage School of Business

The Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine has launched a new Master in Finance (MFin) program, set to begin this fall.

The 12-month full-time program will prepare graduates for finance careers in banking, investing, real estate and risk management.

Specializations are available in corporate finance, investment management, wealth management or real estate.

This new program joins a small group of finance master programs being run at institutions in California. The University of Southern California launched an MSc in Finance in 2013, while UCLA has had a Master in Financial Engineering since 2008.

Applications for the MFin are currently open with rolling deadlines. The final application deadline is July 1.


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