Master of Financial Management in Financial Management

The Adam C. Sinn '00 Department of Finance at Mays Business School offers a non-thesis program leading to the degree of Master of Financial Management (MFM). This degree is open only to students who have been admitted to a high-impact learning program at Mays Business School.  The designation of a high-impact learning program is made periodically by the Dean of Mays Business School.  Currently, only students admitted to one of the following three programs qualify for admission to the MFM:  (i) the Trading, Risk and Investments Program (TRIP), (ii) the Commercial Banking Program (CBP), and (iii) the Professional Program in Accounting (PPA).  In turn, each of these three high-impact programs represent one of three possible academic tracks within the MFM.

Students interested in seeking admission to the MFM must first chose one of the three academic tracks (TRIP, CBP, PPA) and then contact the office that manages that particular track for additional information.  Each track is responsible for setting its own admission criteria. Students interested in TRIP and CBP must contact an academic advisor within the Adam C. Sinn '00 Department of Finance. Students interested in the PPA must contact the PPA office in the James Benjamin Department of Accounting at Mays Business School. 

Students applying for admission to the MFM are not required to take the GMAT, GRE, or any other standardized tests for admissions purposes, but these scores may be used to satisfy English Proficiency requirements.