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Syracuse University Master's in Accounting Online

The MS in Accounting through Accounting@Syracuse is uniquely designed to prepare graduates to become CPAs and finance professionals skilled in financial analysis and consultation, as well as key aspects of corporate accounting and auditing.

Creighton University's Online Master of Investment Management

Creighton University's AACSB-accredited Master of Investment Management and Financial Analysis program is specifically designed to prepare you for the CFA® exams. Develop the skills you need to analyze securities, assess risk, manage and measure the performance of investment portfolios and more.

Saint Xavier University's Master of Science in Finance Online

SXU's online master's in finance is designed for both current finance professionals and those looking to enter the financial services industry. This immersive program focuses on providing real world experience in trading, hedging techniques, risk management and financial analytics using the latest software.

Capella University's Online Finance Degree Programs

Capella University offers flexible, online Finance degree programs at the BS, MBA, DBA, and PhD levels. Capella's curriculum is designed to help you gain immediately applicable finance skills to address the challenges of today's business world.

Syracuse University's Online Master of Business Administration

Syracuse University's top-ranked online MBA through the Whitman School of Management is designed to prepare students with the analytical and decision-making skills they need to advance their careers in today's business environment.

UNC-Chapel Hill Online Master of Business Administration

The #1-ranked online MBA from UNC-Chapel Hill allows you to obtain a world-class education in 18 months without putting your career on hold. Corporate Finance concentration available.

The findings of a survey conducted jointly by the Certified Financial Planners Board of Standards and the International Association for Financial Planners showed that about 50 percent of financial advisers operating in the United States hold a bachelor’s degree. The fact that more financial advisors hold a bachelor’s than any other type of degree coincides with the fact that it meets the minimum education requirement for earning the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professional designation, widely recognized as among the most respected elective designations in the industry.

Bachelor’s degree programs also provide many options in terms of specialization in the various fields of study most commonly pursued by would-be financial planners: accounting, finance, business and economics. Specialized degrees available at the baccalaureate level often offer a combination of these disciplines. For example, business students would be given the option to major in business, while emphasizing finance, economics or accounting.