Maximize Opportunity. Minimize Risk.
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 and Stamford campus locations.
To our prospective students
We recognize that you have some important decisions to make in the coming months regarding your graduate career. In response to the latest government advice regarding travel, the US Embassy closures, and the unprecedented shutdown of testing centers, UConn is exploring all options to best support our prospective students and ease some roadblocks throughout the application process.
Please know that we are here in support of your candidacy for our program. We will continue to admit bright and qualified applicants who will help shape UConn’s vibrant community. We will continue to work with you to answer any questions you may have.
We believe that providing the most updated information and potential options for Fall 2020 is a crucial part of our commitment to you. Please check in with us regularly.
Updates in light of COVID-19
Changes to the Admissions Process:
– If you've been affected by GMAT/GRE testing availability please reach out to the program for a waiver.
– UConn now accepts Duolingo for English proficiency test
– The TOEFL is now available online, visit the ETS site or reach out to TOEFLnews@ets.org