MIT Sloan launched its Master of Finance (MFin) as a direct response to demand in the financial industry. This rigorous, one year program combines in-depth study of quantitative techniques with practical, hands-on business problem solving.
Beyond the traditional synergies among economics, finance and accounting, MIT Sloan’s MFin program exploits the intellectual ties between finance, mathematics, statistics, operations research, computer science, and engineering. These, combined with a high level of flexibility and a wide range of elective courses, allow you to tailor your MFin experience to your specific career goals.
For more information on the MIT Sloan Master of Finance Program, please visit the Program website.