The Master of Finance (MFin) program teaches you to use advanced mathematical models and quantitative methods to create innovative solutions to complex finance problems.
MFin is designed to prepare students in a broad range of careers in the financial industry— careers requiring analytical rigor and the ability to innovate around market challenges. Building on the foundation of MIT Sloan’s powerful finance legacy, the MFin program offers an unprecedented combination of heritage, resources, rigor, and relevance to shape the leaders who will shape the industry.
Many career paths exist for MFin graduates. Employers seeking MFin skill sets include: investment and corporate banks, brokerage firms, financial data providers, asset managers, hedge funds, venture capitalists, ratings firms, consulting firms, insurance companies, and treasury and finance departments of major corporations and government.
The MFin program offers students unparalleled opportunities to explore synergies among economics, finance, and accounting, as well as the critical ties among finance and mathematics, statistics, operations research, computer science, and engineering.