Yale Announces Master's Degree in Asset Management

One-year program aimed at applicants with little to no work experience

Yale's School of Management (Yale SOM) has announced that it will launch a new Master's Degree in Asset Management.

According to the school, the new program will focus on the goals of investment management, such as fiduciary responsibility, ethics, and investment performance. 

The new program will be one year long, and will be aimed at students who are just out of college or who have less than three years of work experience.

Classes in Yale's Master’s Degree in Asset Management will be delivered during the evenings, between Thursday and Sunday each week. It will prepare students for careers in asset management, on both the buy- and sell-side.

The program's curriculum includes classes such as "Investment Theory," Endowment Management," "Big Data and Machine Learning in Finance," and "Behavioral Finance Theory," among others.

Yale also offers asset management as an area of focus in the school's MBA for Executives program.

Yale's Master's in Asset Management will launch in fall 2020. Applications will open this August.

For more information about the program, please see Yale SOM's Master's in Asset Management program webpage.

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U18Online    |    Jul 24, 2019 07:33
Nice information, Feeling glad after looked this post. Master's Degree in Asset Management program will provide real-world investment and finance expertise that leads to a wide range of rewarding international roles. Thanks to Yale's School of Management.
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