By The Numbers
The Vanderbilt MS Finance program celebrates 15 years in 2020.
The percentage of MS Finance students accepting an offer within 3 months of graduation. (Based on the Class of 2019)
The Vanderbilt MS Finance program ranked #1 globally on the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education 2018 masters in finance list.
The average base salary for the MSF Class of 2019 was $78,343—the highest in the program's history.
The percentage of course work in the MS Finance program that can be customized with MBA-level electives.
The way we approach career coaching and job search support in the MS Finance program.
The way we approach leadership development in the MS Finance program.
The percent of MBA and MSF underrepresented minority students employed after graduation.
The percentage of MS Finance classmates you will know by name in our small-by-design program.
On average, the number of students enrolled in any given electives class.
The number of years it takes to complete the JD/MS Finance dual degree.