Our Master of Finance candidates are highly-motivated professionals intent on reaching that next level of leadership success. Admissions decisions can be quite competitive. Admission to the Master of Finance program is based on a variety of factors and will be evaluated holistically. Our admissions team carefully screens each application to ensure candidates are an optimal fit for the program demands and objectives.
What we look at to determine admission eligibility:
A 4-year undergraduate degree or its equivalent
Hold a four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
Minimum GPA of 3.0 on upper-division coursework
We look at your upper-division credits, versus your overall GPA, to determine admission eligibility. Upper-division credits are typically taken in your last two years of your undergraduate program.
Proof of English Proficiency
Applicants who hold an undergraduate or graduate degree from non-English speaking countries must demonstrate English proficiency by taking either:
- Duolingo (minimum score is 110)
- TOEFL (minimum scores are: 550 paper-based, 213 computer-based, and 80 internet-based)
- IELTS (minimum score is 6.5)
Test scores are considered official when sent by the testing center directly to our school. When requesting the official scores, please refer to the Florida International University Institution code code 5206.
GMAT or GRE Exam
We accept either the GMAT or GRE exam. For the GMAT we require a minimum score of 500. For the GRE we require that you meet within the 40th percentile of the quantitative and verbal sections, which is approx. 152 quantitative and 154 verbal.
Exam waiver opportunities available if applicant meets one of the following eligibility criteria:
- Finance undergraduate degree with an upper-division GPA of 3.0, or
- Minimum four years of relevant professional finance experience with an upper-division GPA of 3.0, or
- A master’s degree with a 3.0 GPA and an upper-division GPA of 3.0 in undergraduate coursework
What is needed to complete an application:
Application Priority Deadlines
Applications submitted after priority deadlines are reviewed on a space available basis.
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Mandatory Program Orientation
Admitted students will be required to complete mandatory orientation events in order to begin the program. Orientation events include:
- New Student Orientation
- Professional Development Seminar
- Financial Tutorials
Events are often on three to four separate days.