Welcome to the Master of Science in Finance
This page contains general information about the MS in Finance degree program and administrative policies for current students. More about the MS Finance program and how it will benefit your career, the program curriculum, and faculty can be found on the Master of Science in Finance program main page.
The MS Finance program is offered through a partnership between the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration and the College of Extended and Global Education.
While your courses originate with the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration faculty, the program is administered through the College of Extended and Global Education (CEGE). This page presents some important administrative details about your program.
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Meet Maria M., a member of the inaugural class of the MS Finance degree program!
"The admission and registration process for the MSF program at CSUSB was extremely easy thanks to the help of CSUSB Finance and Accounting’s faculty and staff and College of Extended and Global Education. As a student in CSUSB’s MSF program, I have gained skills and confidence that help me discuss complex topics with my clients. For example, I am more confident sharing my outlook on the stock market and economy. After completing my first Fall Semester in 2020, I gained more in-depth analytical skills in economics, financial reporting, and investment analysis. These skills help me when clients ask me to analyze a particular stock, ETF, or mutual fund they want me to invest in their portfolios. Once I complete my degree and we are no longer in a pandemic, I plan to continue to build my book of business and do FINRA arbitration. After I complete my degree, I plan to take the CFA® exam."
Course Cycles and Fees
Students take three courses per 8-week session, two sessions per semester. Classes meet in person on Friday evenings and Saturdays. Note that Saturday classes begin the Saturday before the official first day of the semester.
By taking three courses in each of four, 8-week sessions, students can complete the program in just two semesters. Please see the table on the Program Policies, Important Dates, and Class Schedule page for the 2022-2023 academic year course schedule. By taking the full sequence of courses, students can complete the program in under one year.
The MS in Finance program contains 11, 3-unit courses, plus a 0-unit portfolio and a 0-unit comprehensive exam completed during the last session of the program. The unit fee of $1100 makes a total program fee of $39,600. Textbooks and any administrative fees are not included in the program tuition fee.
If you have questions about the MS in Finance curriculum or have questions about your program plan, start on the MS Finance Home page in the Department of Accounting and Finance.
The MS in Finance Home Page presents a program overview, value of the program and career trajectories, list of courses, and additional resources.