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An Investment in Your Future Career Success - The Difference a Georgetown University Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Can Make in Your Career

Completion of the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business MSF program prepares you to take on a variety of technical, specialist, and leadership roles in business, finance, and consulting. You will leave the MSF Program with the global experience and rigorous business education necessary to advance your career as a member of a powerful global network of proud and successful Georgetown McDonough alumni.

A Georgetown MSF degree can lead to rewarding careers in a wide-range of industry areas including:

  • Asset Management
  • Banking
  • Consulting 
  • Corporate Finance
  • Data Analysis
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Planning and Analysis 
  • FinTech
  • Insurance
  • Investment Banking
  • Portfolio Management
  • Private Equity 
  • Risk Management
  • Sales and Trading

Who Hires Georgetown University MSF Graduates?

  • Casey Minnick,
    MSF '16

    Pre-MSF Career: U.S. Marine Corps Captain

    Post-Graduate Career:Business Manager
    Foreign Exch. Rates & Credit, UBS

    "When I interviewed for my current job, my ability to have educated conversations on a variety of financial topics was an important testament to the quality and value of the program."

  • Ruby Barickman,
    MSF '17

    Pre-MSF Career: Mining Industry Engineer

    Post-Graduate Career:Investment Associate
    Orion Resource Partners LP

    "Georgetown's MSF program is hands down the most prestigious and flexible program available! I travel for work, and the program is accommodating without sacrificing quality."

  • Douglas Martin,
    MSF '15

    Pre-MSF Career:Consultant and Peace Corps Volunteer

    Post-Graduate Career:Vice President
    JP Morgan Chase & Co.

    "The MSF program provided a strong foundation in financial concepts and, as it pertains to my work, a quantitative approach to problem solving."

Upon completing this transformative program, graduates have had tremendous success advancing their career goals. Many have gone on to receive promotions within their current companies. Others have sought and secured job offers from some of the most prestigious firms in the world.

Our alumni can be found at Fortune 500 companies, global financial institutions, renowned consulting firms, government agencies, non-profits and many other organizations. A sample of employers who have hired our MSF students and alumni include: 

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Barclays
  • Bloomberg, LP
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • Capital One
  • Citi 
  • Deloitte LLP
  • Goldman Sachs Wealth Management
  • J.P. Morgan Chase & Co
  • KPMG
  • Lockheed Martin
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Prudential
  • UBS
  • Vanguard 

A Partner in Securing Your Career Goals – The MSF Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development

Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business is dedicated to the successful career progression of the next generation of transformational business leaders. As the only MSF Program in the country with a dedicated career services office, our career management team serves as your partner in establishing the crucial relationships - with other students, employers, faculty, and administrators – that enables you to determine your next career move. Likewise, we are a hub to which employers look for talent, as Georgetown is highly regarded across the globe for preparing graduates of the highest caliber.

Earning your MSF from Georgetown indicates to potential employers that you take your graduate business education seriously. Choosing one of the best business schools in the world for your MSF proves that you are committed to excellence.

Learn more about the MSF Center for Career Strategy and Professional Engagement by visiting its website.

“As soon as the interviewers at Bloomberg saw ‘MSF candidate, Georgetown McDonough School of Business’ on my resume, I could tell they knew I was serious about the profession.”

– Thomas, MSF Alumni