SCU’s Masters in Finance Ranks Top 3 on the West Coast
Santa Clara University’s Master's in Finance (MSF) program ranked third on the West Coast in the 2017 Best Finance Program Rankings by The Financial Engineer (TFE) Times. The program surpassed schools such as Claremont McKenna, Pepperdine, Seattle University, Portland State and University of San Francisco, coming in behind only the University of Southern California and UC San Diego.
When comparing schools across the country, Santa Clara University’s MSF program ranked 29th nationally, accompanying such esteemed schools as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton and Vanderbilt.
“We are extremely proud to be able to provide our students a high-quality and relevant finance education,” said MSF Faculty Director George Chacko. “These rankings confirm the hard work that’s been put into making this program a success.”
Santa Clara’s MSF is currently teaching it’s 4th full-time cohort and will be adding a part-time program to meet demand next fall.
Find the full list of TFE Times’ Top Finance Schools at: https://tfetimes.com/2017-best-finance-program-rankings/