Vanderbilt or MIT Master of Finance (MSF) or bust? Are there any other masters even worth it? Comprehensive break down of master programs below!
Vanderbilt (MSF, 10 months)
MIT (MFin/MSF, 12-18 months, stem/math/quant heavy) also has a MBAn
Princeton BCF's Master in Finance (2 years, stem/math/quant heavy)
WashU (MSF, 18 months) also has a MSBA like MIT
Claremont Mckenna College (MSF, limited to the Claremont colleges/Davidson College, Hamilton College, Haverford College, Oberlin College, Yonsei University)
CGU Drucker has some master programs but pretty sure there not great.
Yale (Master's degree in, 1 year)
UTAustin (MSF, 10 months) also has MSBA
Others USC, UVA, Duke, ND, BC, Cornell, Columbia
In my opinion the best are princeton and mit for quant. For non quant does Vanderbilt even have any competition? Let me know