Master of Science in Finance (MSF)

Special Event: A Real Life Financial Career Compass

Join Baltimore-Washington Financial Advisors and Loyola University Maryland's Sellinger School of Business for a special event discussing current events and trends in Finance, and the career opportunities available in this dynamic industry. Learn how current events and new regulations are affecting the regional economy and changing the financial landscape. - What does this mean for your business and your career? - What are the critical skills and knowledge necessary to remain successful in the new environment? - How can a graduate degree in Finance prepare you for professional growth and advancement? The event will include opportunities to network with other Finance professionals and hear from a panel of experts comprised of BWFA principals and Sellinger School faculty.

Register for this event is limited.

Thursday, November 20, 6:00 — 7:00 p.m.
Loyola University Graduate Center--Columbia Campus, Room 210
8890 McGaw Rd Columbia, MD 21045 
  • MSF Program studentsA specialized Master of Science in Finance program
  • For working professionals with a true enthusiasm for financial leadership
  • Part-time, evening classes
  • Classes offered year round in Timonium, MD and Columbia, MD
  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis year-round:
    • Fall semester deadlines: Aug. 1 (priority), Aug. 15 (final)
    • Spring semester deadlines: Dec. 1 (priority), Dec. 15 (final)
    • Summer semester deadlines: May 1 (priority), May 15 (final)

Limited merit scholarships for our M.S. in Finance program are available. Early applicants with complete applications are reviewed first. 

Course waivers are also available for qualified applicants. Candidates who majored in business disciplines as undergraduates may save costs and complete the program in as few as 10 courses or 30 credits. An unofficial course waiver analysis form can be submitted for review.

About the Program

Finance is a fundamental element of our world, but it is also a language—a complex language that requires a certain quantitative skill set and disciplined focus to master and learn to speak fluently. To become a leader in finance you must be able to do more than understand it or even speak it, you must be able to translate it clearly and effectively to those who depend on your specialized expertise.

As a leader who speaks the language of finance, you will be the interface—the one responsible for understanding and then communicating this complex technical language to people who are themselves accomplished and intellectually savvy in their own fields, be it personal clients or heads of corporations, to explain, listen, and further clarify complex financial issues, making you indispensable part of any organization.

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