The Executive MS in Finance comprises 10 modules, each of which runs approximately one month. Zicklin’s renowned business faculty and experts teach two weekends per-month in the classroom. All additional coursework takes place before and after the classroom sessions, supported by an online platform that allows faculty-supervised individual and group work.
- Program Credits: 30
- Program Length: 11 Months
- Classes meet 2 weekends per month (Saturday & Sunday)
- Focus on one course per-month
- Learn from your cohort of experienced professionals
- 8-10 day international trip
EMSF 22 Cohort Profile
The cohort model means you progress through the program with the same group of classmates. The cohort becomes the core of your network, affording many opportunities for career advancement. Students usually develop strong personal and professional bonds with their classmates that are sustained throughout life.
|Incoming Class of 2018 Demographics|
|Early 30s – Late 50s|
|Avg. Years of Work Experience||15 years|
|Industries Represented||Financial Services 62%|
|Consumer Products 13%|
The curriculum reflects the current state and outlook of the global finance industry. Fundamental financial concepts and models are the focus of the foundational EMSF courses in the first four modules.
- Corporate Financial Theory and Applications
- Quantitative Tools for Finance
- Investment Theory and Applications
- Financial Statement Analysis I & II
These courses introduce students to advanced and new areas of finance. The specific courses will be selected by the program’s Academic Director, and will change from year to year as we update the curriculum to keep it relevant for your career.
15 Credits (from this list)
- Advanced Managerial Finance
- Advanced Investment Analysis
- Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives
- Financial Technology
- Financial Risk Management/Financial Engineering
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance
Zicklin’s Executive MS curriculum and format are designed to give students opportunities for learning, locally and globally. In general, Zicklin faculty incorporate a global perspective whenever possible and specifically address global issues. The program’s culminating experience is an international study tour which broadens students’ vision by exposing them to a country with a different history, a different culture, different challenges, and different ways of doing business. Recent study tours have been to South Africa, Vietnam, Singapore, and China. The greatest value of the experience is that by going far outside of our familiar environment, students are first challenged to comprehend the unique history and problems of a very different society, and are then further challenged to think seriously about how local businesses meet the problems and needs of their people.
PLEASE NOTE: Tuition and fees are subject to change without prior notice by The City University of New York Board of Trustees. The program reserves the right to amend, modify, and change the curriculum, specific courses offered and/or the sequence of modules.