MS Programs

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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
GMAT Range
(Mid-50%)*
Prerequisite Requirements? Fall 2016 Class Size Length of Program
MS in Accounting
640-700 Yes 154 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
603-700 Yes 40 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
640-700 Yes 63 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   
650-700 Yes 169 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 Health Administration
TBA No N/A 31 credits
Preferred Experience: A bachelor’s degree in any business area, the liberal arts, STEM, or the social sciences. Relevant experience in healthcare and related fields, while not required, will enhance the learning experience.
MS in Information Systems
610-700 Yes 19 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 Investor Relations
535-700 Yes 20 39 credits
Preferred Experience: Most applicants are current IR professionals looking to move into the next tier of positions, but this program is also appropriate for someone looking to transition into IR.
MS in Management
New for 2017 No New for 2017 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
643-700 Yes 34 36 credits
Preferred Experience: Typical students have prior experience in marketing, market research, or advertising.
MS in Media Management
515-700 No 29 36 credits
Preferred Experience: Students often have a background in communications, media, marketing, or entertainment.
MS in Nonprofit Leadership
N/A; No 59 30 credits
Preferred Experience: Applicants are required to have at least two years working in the nonprofit field (paid or volunteer staff).
MS in Quantitative Finance
666-710 Yes 41 45 credits
Preferred Experience: Students usually have an undergraduate degree in mathematics, physics, engineering, economics, or computer science.
MS in Taxation
542-710 Yes 17 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.

*This range only includes those who submitted a GMAT score. The GRE exam is also accepted.