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MS Programs

MS Programs

Many jobs call for training in one particular business niche. To prepare students to land those positions, Fordham's Master of Science programs provide targeted knowledge and skills.

These MS programs can often be completed quickly to allow rapid re-entry into the professional world—some in as little as nine months. Click on each program to learn more.

Masters of Sciences Programs, Stats, and Information Table

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Prerequisite Requirements? Fall 2018 Class Size Length of Program
MS in Accounting
640-700 310-322 Yes 77 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants can hold bachelor’s degrees in business finance, accounting, and science. They need to have a basic understanding of accounting rules.
MS in Applied Statistics and Decision-Making
600-660 311-322 Yes 60 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants typically have an undergraduate or graduate degree in a quantitative or analytic discipline, such as statistics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, economics, or business.
MS in Business Analytics
650-710 316-323 Yes 145 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants typically have an undergraduate or graduate degree in a quantitative or analytic discipline, such as statistics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, economics, or business.
MS in Global Finance
640-700 314-322 Yes 145 36 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants often hold bachelor’s degrees in business, finance, accounting, and/or science. They need to have a basic understanding of financial markets and a desire to pursue a career in finance.
MS in Information Systems
530-630 314-321 Yes 20 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants do not need to have a tech background, but it is helpful to have a basic awareness of the role of information systems in supporting organizational processes and strategy.
MS in Management
570-648 300-313 No 29 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants can hold bachelor’s degrees in any non-business field—the liberal arts, STEM, or the social sciences.
MS in Marketing Intelligence
640-700 310-320 Yes 66 36 credits
Preferred Experience: Typical students have prior experience in marketing, market research, or advertising.
MS in Media Management
550-640 304-320 No 29 36 credits
Preferred Experience: Students often have a background in communications, media, marketing, or entertainment.
MS in Quantitative Finance
685-710 321-327 Yes 64 45 credits
Preferred Experience: Students usually have an undergraduate degree in mathematics, physics, engineering, economics, or computer science.
MS in Taxation
570-640 311-312 Yes 18 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants often hold bachelor’s degrees in business, finance, accounting, taxation, or science, or they have relevant working experience in the tax field.
Online MS in Strategic Marketing Communications
New for 2019 New for 2019 No 15 33 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants are required to have professional experience in the media, entertainment, advertising, marketing, or public relations fields.