“Schulich’s Master of Finance degree gives you expertise in the world of finance – from Capital Markets to a highly relevant new specialization in Financial Risk Management,” said Pauline Shum, Program Director, Master of Finance, Schulich School of Business, York University.
With increased market turmoil, growing government regulation and more intricate financial instruments and products, the global finance industry is more complex than ever. Schulich’s Master of Finance (MF) degree is a comprehensive, 12-month program that gives students the credentials and skills necessary to succeed in today’s finance industry.
Students in the MF program will now have the option of specializing in either Capital Markets or Financial Risk Management, which will prepare them for a variety of analytical and management roles at leading firms in Canada and around the world.
Courses in the new Financial Risk Management specialization include, but are not limited to, Derivative Securities, Fixed Income Securities, Stochastic Calculus in Finance and Enterprise Risk Management.
For more information on the Schulich Master of Finance Program, please visit: www.schulich.yorku.ca/mf