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Kick-start your career in finance with specialized skills and a considerable amount of industry experience. The Tulane Master of Finance (MFIN) Program is an 11-month or 18-month, full-time finance education that has earned a consistent Financial Times ranking among the top five MFIN programs in the country.

  • World-Class Faculty Form meaningful relationships with MFIN faculty - internationally recognized researchers and consultants with whom you'll work directly to solve real-world business problems within the context of a rigorous curriculum.
  • Specialized Curriculum Enter the job market as a sought-after analyst with specialized industry knowledge. We structure the MFIN curriculum around our faculty's expertise in the areas of corporate finance, derivatives, and risk management to ensure that every moment of your 11 months is targeted toward shaping you as a specialist.
  • Industry specializations Take your degree a step further with a specialization in Energy or Banking and Financial Services. Unique industry courses provide salient knowledge of specific accounting treatments, valuation issues, and key industry features.
  • CFA Partnership Rest easy knowing that the course content of your Master of Finance covers a significant portion of the material on the Level 1 CFA Exam. We are proud to be a Program Partner of the CFA Institute.


    Last Updated 3/11/14
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Sheri Tice

"Darwin Fenner compliments the entire Master of Finance curriculum and many employers and alumni believe that getting buy-side experience alongside the Freeman Reports course's sell-side experience makes MFINs the "complete package". If you really want a picture of what you can do with the Darwin Fenner skill set, look at some of the Alumni on LinkedIn. Some people are working in alternative investments, wealth management, investment banking, and all other sorts of jobs in the finance sector. Many of them tell me that Darwin Fenner helped lay the foundation for what they are doing today."
Professor Sheri Tice