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Why Choose a Master in Finance (MSF) from Georgetown?

More technically focused than an MBA, our MSF engages students in a world-class finance curriculum of intensive coursework, real-world applications, a global outlook and a commitment to ethics. The MSF degree from Georgetown opens doors in prestigious firms and corporations around the world.


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