Dean Elliott Assures Incoming International Students

Watch this video to learn more about our fall 2021 campus reopening, in-person classes, COVID vaccinations, and more.

Fall 2022 admissions:

  • UConn courses are currently in person
  • Take Advantage of an Expedited Admissions Review Process
    • Skip the GMAT/GRE
    • Skip the Calculus prerequisite
  • Individual one-on-one guidance and advising sessions provided to candidates with paid deposit.
  • Application Fee Waivers are available (See Fee waiver eligibility)

If you have any questions on your application, please email

Support from Career Services

  • We offer a dedicated Career Development team to provide you complete support throughout your career journey, even if you plan to take your classes online.
  • Learn to build a first-rate resume, gain advanced networking and interviewing skills, and stay on top of current business trends.
  • Multiple recruiting events will take place specifically for our MS in Financial Risk Management students either on campus or virtually from companies such as Goldman Sachs, KPMG, PWC and IBM.
  • Weekly meetings with risk and finance professionals.
  • 1:1 support: Daily office hours (in-person and virtual), practice interviews, and more.

UConn Master's in Financial Risk Management Employment Report Number of Graduates Salary Placement Career Services Advising

The 4+1 Master of Science in Financial Risk Management (MSFRM) is designed for current UConn undergraduate students who want to fast-track their career by earning both their Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in just 5 years. Jump start your career with a specialized Master’s degree that focuses on teaching students real-world practical applications. Students are supported by two Corporate Outreach and Career Advising Specialists that focus solely on risk management students. Domestic students see 100% placement within 3 months and all MSFRM students see 83% placement within 3 months, with a $94K average starting salary.

A real-world approach to Risk Management Theory