The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program (STEM to Stocks) is a rigorous 36 credit hour program offering a number of unique features and benefits:

  • Designed Especially for Non-finance Undergraduates: The Program is designed to meet the high demand from finance-related employers for students who have a quantitative undergraduate degree in areas such as economics or STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).
  • Admissions: The Program offers Accelerated Admissions to TAMU Sophomores and Juniors, who are interested to get a head start on launching their finance-related careers, as well as Standard Admission to Seniors and beyond.
  • Special Tracks: Depending on their background, admitted students may be eligible for the Analytics track or Aggies on Wall Street track, which they will be able to decide on once they start the program in August. The Analytics track replaces the accounting coursework in the curriculum with data analytics courses, and prepares students for more quantitative and data-driven positions in Finance. Students admitted as a Sophomores are eligible to apply for Aggies on Wall Street to gain exposure to finance careers in the New York metroplex area.
  • Emphasis on Practical Career Preparation: The program provides specialized preparation for careers in Corporate Finance, Consulting, and Financial Services.  Students have hands-on experience applying various financial modeling and valuation concepts, tools and techniques in classes taught by a combination of seasoned world class executive professors and noted academic professors.
  • Professional Designations: The program provides exam preparation for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam and the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) exam.  Scholarships are available for these exams as well.
  • International Students are Welcome:  International students from over 10 countries have successfully completed the program. There is flexibility in choosing between a one year or two year curriculum. Check the International Application Requirements. For a STEM designated program, refer to the Master of Science in Quantitative Finance.
  • MS Finance Brochure

Class of 2019 Cohort Profile


MSF – Ranked 7th in the World by Eduniversal (2017).

MSF- Ranked 19th in the U.S. by The Financial Engineer (2018).

Mays Business School – Ranked 5th most powerful network in the world by Business Insider (2015).

Texas A&M – Ranked 2nd in overall employer satisfaction with institution graduates by the Wall Street Journal (2010).