I've graduated with a bachelor's degree from a non- target finance program; after working for a few years in different finance jobs, I've decided to get a MSF and re-brand myself. I have a 3.1 GPA with average gmat scores. I chose MSF over MBA because it's a more technical degree and can be finished within a year.
I would like to get into corporate banking after graduation. I was in commercial banking and most recently I was contractor for a BB Equity Research.
I've gotten accepted to Fairfield MSF, and Pace MSIM and spoke to admissions from Bentley University, saying that they liked my profile. I've applied to Baruch MSF, and that's the school I want to go to because of location and placement, but I'm not sure I'll get in. I know that Fairfield is a better school than Pace, but do you guys think that it's worth going to? I spoke with the Dean of the program and he told me that they had extensive alumni base in Morgan Stanley and UBS, but I don't know what type of roles. Are there anyone here that has done the program at Fairfield? Or should I look into Bentley? But I live in the NYC area, I would need to relocate to Massachusetts.