Success in today’s volatile financial industry requires comprehensive knowledge of increasingly complex global markets. It takes a deep understanding of financial modeling, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and business strategy. With an Master of Science in Finance from Webster, that’s exactly what you’ll get.

With campuses in over 60 cities all over the world, Webster provides you with a well-rounded, quantitative understanding of worldwide markets and commerce. You’ll gain valuable modern and historical perspectives on topics such as corporate finance, portfolio management and financial modeling.

At Webster, we believe that your graduate degree should reflect your goals. That’s why we offer advanced courses in Investments and Portfolio Management for those planning on getting advanced certification, as well as advanced instruction in Entrepreneurial Finance, Capital Budgeting and International Finance.

Earning an MBA in conjunction with an MS in Finance is a great way for you to gain the managerial and leadership skills of a business administrator with the financial know-how and expertise of a financial advisor. If you are looking to propel your career in the world of business and finance, this program is for you.

Webster University’s MBA/MS Finance dual degree option requires the completion of 48 credit hours: two courses (six credit hours) that are required for both programs, six required courses (18 credit hours) in the MS in Finance program, and eight required courses (24 credit hours) in the MBA program. (To learn more about the requirements of our MBA program, visit our Graduate Catalog here.) Upon completion of the 48 credits, two separate diplomas are issued at the same time.

You can rest easy knowing that you are in good hands at Webster University as both our MBA and MS in Finance programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

We know that you lead a busy life, so you can complete these degrees on your schedule (as either a part-time or full-time student) and in a location that is most convenient to you (in the classroom or online).

Find the right program for you and apply today.