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TURN COMPLEXITY AND RISK INTO REWARD
Manage portfolios for individual and institutional investors:
Learn how to build portfolios to maximize return, yet keep risk manageable - or work on the "sell" side, facilitating the purchase of stocks, bonds, and other financial products by investment managers. An MS in Investment Management from Lubin gives you the technical expertise to thrive among financial wizards.
Median salary for financial analysts (Source: O*NET)
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
Here's what to expect with an MS in Investment Management:
Excellent compensation: $68,100 is the mean salary for graduates of the MS in Investment Management program (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Median salary: $108,060 for financial analysts in New York (Source: careeronestop)
High earning potential working for financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, investment bankers, and governments
The best opportunities: Those holding a master's degree will have the edge in this field predicted to have average employment growth (Source: O*NET)
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GAIN SPECIALIZED SKILLS AND A PROFESSIONAL EDGE
The MS program in Investment Management gives you a thorough understanding of the different equity and fixed income securities available in the financial marketplace, as well as derivative securities such as futures and options contracts. You also learn about specialized investments such as mutual funds and real estate. Through Lubin, you gain:
Real-time portfolio analysis skills: The Global Portfolio Analysis Center at Lubin allows you to access several financial databases, including Bloomberg, and the opportunity to study and acquire Bloomberg certification.
Speed to completion: If you have an undergraduate business background, you could complete your MS in Investment Management with as few as 10 courses—in as few as 15 months.
An eye for finance: Our program allows you to take some courses in Finance, so you learn how financial managers add value to firms whose cash-flow underpins the securities that investment managers acquire.