Temple University Masters in Investment Management

 

The Temple University Masters in Investment Management program is unique in the fact that it is focused on investment management and prepares students to take and pass both the CFA and the FRM exams.

The program is 10 months in length and focused on the investment and asset management industry. There are weekly CFA exam prep classes and include classes on the following subjects:

  • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Finance
    • Asset Pricing
    • Corporate Value Management
    • Applied Corporate Finance
    • Entrepreneurial Companies
  • Portfolio Management

    • Investment Management
    • Alternative Investments
    • Quantitative Portfolios
    • Behavioral Finance
  • Risk Management

    • Financial Institutions and Risk
    • Derivative Markets
    • Financial Risk Management
  • Financial Accounting

    • Financial Accounting
    • Financial Reporting & Analysis
  • Financial Markets

    • Fixed Income
    • Global Economy
    • Structured Finance
  • Statistical Analysis

    • Financial Econometrics
    • Financial Time Series
  • Professional Skills

    • Ethics and Leadership
The program has a one and two year option, costing roughly $32K and $43K, depending on which you choose. Admissions are on a rolling basis so no need to wait to apply.
If you are looking for a focused program centered around investment management I strongly encourage you to look into the Temple University Masters in Investment Management degree option. Temple University is fast growing and located in the 2nd largest city on the East Coast. Philadelphia is centrally located, being 1.5 hours from NYC and Washington, DC.