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MS Finance Class Profile

Average Experience

1-4 Years

Average GPA


Undergraduate Institutions

  • Ball State University
  • Center College
  • Indiana University
  • Iowa State University
  • Florida International University
  • Purdue University
  • Santa Clara University
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Colorado
  • University of Kentucky Lexington
  • University of Miami
  • University of Nebraska
  • Amity University
  • Flame University
  • Jadavpur University
  • Macau University of Science and Technology
  • Ming Chuan University
  • Osmania University
  • Shir Ram College of Commerce
  • Singapore Institute of Management
  • United International University
  • University De Los Andes
  • University of Mumbai
  • University of Toronto

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  • California
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • South Dakota
  • Virginia
  • Bangladesh
  • Canary Islands
  • China
  • Colombia
  • India
  • Lebanon
  • Russia
  • Singapore
  • Taiwan


  • Accounting
  • Actuarial Science
  • Agribusiness
  • Business Administration Management
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science and Economics
  • Economics
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Mathematics
  • Political Science
  • Statistics
  • Supply Chain Information and Analytics



"The MSF program acted as the steppingstone I needed after my undergraduate degree to not only expand my technical understanding of financial concepts but also advance my professional network within the industry.”

Eashani Malhotra

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"My biggest takeaways have to be the skills and the connections that I have made. On the skill side, I would say that although we have been taught the core concepts in class, getting to apply the concepts in and for real-life companies in competitive scenarios looks very different. Also, I got to work with a wide variety of people and interact and collaborate with them; two of our team members are undergraduates, and we got to work closely with our professors, faculty mentors, and industry mentors."

Ryan Farhab

Student Attributes

True Grit

Daniels School students unlock their full potential during their academic journey. Challenges reveal the mettle of a Boilermaker. Our students are tenacious and can be relied upon to see a job through, all while balancing their studies, work and family life.

Pioneering Spirit

At the heart of Purdue University is a passion for discovery, fueled by an entrepreneurial spirit. Daniels School students blaze their own paths, never settling for the status quo.


We look ahead and forever move forward. Daniels School master’s students apply classroom learning and newly developed skills to their professional development plan and their workplace, creating value for themselves and their companies long before graduation.

The "it" Factor

Moxie? Check. Magnetism? Check. Charisma that demands attention? Check.

Enriching Contributor

Daniels School students enrich the school and their cohort, elevating the learning experience for all. Here, diversity transcends ethnicity or gender into realms of thought, industry and academic background.

Emotional Intelligence

Great leaders communicate effectively and with great empathy. Daniels School students are great leaders in training who learn to manage themselves and their relationships with self and social awareness, upping their Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EIQ).

Problem-Solving SKills

At the Daniels School of Business, we roll up our sleeves and dig deep into a problem. Success requires us to approach questions from a variety of angles, combining a solid academic foundation with a flair for the creative. And we are successful.

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"Purdue University’s MS Finance program makes use of a team-based cohort model that simulates a true business environment. We prepare students for financial and analytical roles in a wide range of industries, from corporate titans to the public sector to banking. The program draws on experiential learning and access to the top minds in finance, and the smaller class size offers impactful access to faculty.”

Fabricio d'Almeida
Clinical Assistant Professor, Finance