The Master of Science (MS) in Wealth Management program consists of rigorous course work and real-world case analyses related to all aspects of wealth management, including:
- Estate planning
- Financial planning
The program is designed to help you develop an understanding of complex issues in wealth management while building a strong network of peers. Through in-depth exploration of best practices based on real-world experiences brought into the classroom, you’ll engage in the subject through course materials as well as in discussions and debates with your classmates.
The MS in Wealth Management program also includes a seminar series that complements the material covered in courses.
The MS in Wealth Management is a cohort program designed for:
- Career-changers or professionals seeking entry into the wealth management and financial planning industries
- Industry professionals currently working in the wealth management industry or a related field
- Students who have earned or are earning an MBA
Graduates are equipped with specialized knowledge and credentials to meet the growing industry demand for personal financial advisors — a field that is expected to grow 32 percent by 2020.
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