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UConn MS in Financial Risk Management

MS in Financial Risk Management

A real-world approach to risk management theory

The Master of Science in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM) is designed for business professionals who want to enhance their careers by fully understanding how to identify and manage various types of financial risk. This 33 (or 36)-credit program is offered full-time or part-time at our Hartford or Stamford campus locations.

 The MS in Financial Risk Management program is now accepting 

Fall 2017 and Fall 2018 applications.

 Scholarships Available! 

UConn MSFRM International students are now eligible to apply for Prodigy Finance Education Loans.  

Prodigy Finance offers competitive rates to international students with no collateral required.

For more information, please visit  Prodigy Finance.

The UConn Risk Management Programs Team would like to congratulate Adegbenro Awojulu, for receiving a 2017 CFA Program Access Scholarship from the CFA Institute.

The CFA Access Scholarship significantly reduces the enrollment and exam registration fees for the CFA Program (originally $930 for Standard Registration), as well as provide the CFA program eBook.

The UConn MSFRM program is one of less than 275 universities in the world whose curriculum has been distinguished by the CFA Institute as being closely tied to professional practice and can help students prepare for the CFA exams.

MS in Financial Risk Management
Professionals in the Classroom
Connecticut Risk Management Conference 2016

MS in Financial Risk Management

The MS in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM) is a specialized masters program. Hartford or Stamford, CT. Full- or Part-time.

 

Professionals in the Classroom

Experienced professionals from a wide range of corporate and regulatory backgrounds bring their knowledge, expertise and real life experiences of the importance of risk management to the classroom.

  • Professionals in the Classroom

CT Risk Management Conference 2016

It isn’t a question of if your company’s cyber-security system will be breached, it is matter of when. That’s what retired Air Force Major General Brett T. Williams told more than 150 business executives and graduate students gathered at the Hilton Stamford Hotel and Executive Meeting Center for the UConn School of Business’ 4th Annual Connecticut Risk Management Conference. Read Article