A new graduate program in Finance is under development for Academic Catalog year 2019/2020.
UNH's Paul College of Business and Economics is launching a new Master of Science in Finance program that will enroll its first class in summer of 2020. Interested applicants who may need to complete prerequisite courses can start taking classes in January 2020.
- STEM Designated: Perfectly positioned for international students. With a STEM designated focus on mathematical finance, students graduate from the M.S. in Finance program can apply for a 24-month OPT STEM Extension to their 12-month Optional Practical Training Program (OPT) period, allowing you to work in the United States for up to 36 months after graduation with no additional visa requirement.
- Flexible: The program is offered in two formats: full-time, either 12 or 18 months (18 with summer internship); and part-time, two year. 33 credits (11 courses) for the full-time program and 30 credits (10 courses) for the part-time program.
- Specialized: 3 Tracks: Focus on financial analytics (big data), investments, or self-directed
- Convenient: Work while you study: late afternoon/evening in-classroom instruction plus hybrid courses that combine classroom and online components.
- 4+1 Option: Undergraduate students can complete prerequisites during their senior year, giving them a jump-start on their graduate degree.
- AACSB Accredited: Learn at a school that is among only 5 percent of business schools world-wide to meet the gold standard for the highest quality programs.