One-year Executive Master of Science in Finance
The one-year Executive Master of Science in Finance (EMSF) teaches modern finance theory, applications and analytic skills, providing professionals with the tools needed to cope effectively with today's changing markets. Students learn world financial and investment decision-making under a variety of real market conditions.
Program learning is enhanced by small class size and an emphasis on group work, enabling a student to work closely with faculty and peers rich in professional experience. Students follow the program as a cohort further intensifying the learning experience and building a network of future business relationships.
Classes are taught by faculty who are experts in modern financial theory and its applications. All courses are taught by CUNY faculty flown in from New York . CUNY faculty members are known for blending cutting edge theories with practical business applications to make each class an exciting and rewarding experience.
The EMSF degree leads to careers in the area of corporate finance, investment banking, management, quantitative research, trading, arbitrage, operational risk and derivatives within investment and commercial banks, corporate treasuries, software firms, insurance companies, and other financial institutions.
The EMSF at the American Graduate School of Business and Economics is an affiliated program of the Baruch College at the City University of New York. As such, this degree is accredited by AACSB and by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. See more information on accreditations and affiliations.
Preparation for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certification exam is another special feature of the EMSF program. Read more about preparation for the CFA certification exam
The one-year EMSF is an intensive program delivered in a flexible format. It includes ten courses conducted as intensive modules taught on evenings and weekends in order to accomodate the constraints of working professionals. Each course consists of over 36 contact hours of face-to-face lectures.
One course is conducted every month (except August and September) over a ten-day period, according to the following schedule format.
The program consists of ten required courses.
Pierre-Yves di Martino France
EMSF, School of Business and Economics
Class of 2009
Thanks to the technical skills and depth of perception I acquired in the EMSF program, I was able to land that M&A internship I wanted, competing against applicants from top French business schools.