The interdisciplinary Bendhim Center for Finance offers a Master in Finance degree. The distinctive feature of Princeton’s Master in Finance program is its strong emphasis on financial economics in addition to financial engineering and computational methods.
Graduates of our program have a solid understanding of the fundamental quantitative tools from economic theory, probability, statistics, optimization and computer science, all of which are becoming increasingly vital in the financial industry.
The length of the program is 4 semesters, and the Master in Finance class graduates with all finishing Princeton students at Commencement and the Hooding Ceremony. A small number of students with strong prior knowledge of the field, mathematical aptitude, work experience and job offers are offered to take a compressed two semester program. Princeton’s Master’s program draws upon the combined strength of a variety of departments at Princeton, including the Department of Economics, the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and others.