What is the 4+1 MSFRM Program?

The 4+1 MS in Financial Risk Management Program gives UConn undergraduates the ability to complete a Bachelor's and Master's degree in five years.  UConn undergraduates that pursue a 4+1 MSFRM degree will receive the same education and experience in 12 months as those in the traditional 15-month MSFRM program.

What are the pre-requisites to apply to the 4+1 MSFRM Program?

  • 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA
  • 54 credits completed
  • UConn Business, STEM, or other related major

Are there scholarships available?

The MSFRM Scholarship committee offers a number of financial awards to admitted students.

4+1 MS in Financial Risk Management Track

Fall Semester

  • FNCE 5312 - Financial Institutions - A Risk Management Approach
  • FNCE 5313 - Financial Modeling I
  • FNCE 5341 - Financial Risk Management III - Credit Risk

Spring Semester

  • FNCE 5321 - Financial Risk Modeling II
  • FNCE 5322 - Financial Risk Management I - Equity Markets
  • FNCE 5332 - Financial Risk Management II - Fixed Income Securities

Summer Semester

  • FNCE 5331 - Financial Risk Modeling III
  • FNCE 5323 - Advanced Issues and Applications in Risk Management I - Seminar
  • FNCE 5343 - Legal & Ethical Issues in Financial Risk Management
  • FNCE 5344 - Advanced Issues and Applications in Risk Management III

 

Questions?

If you would like any other information or have any questions please contact:

Jose Aponte
(860)728-2447
Program Administrator
Risk Management Programs
UConn School of Business

4+1 MS in Financial Risk Management

A real-world approach to risk management theory