The University of Connecticut is pleased to offer its fifth specialized master's program, the MS FinTech program. This 36-credit program will consist of a mix of analytics, technology and business courses and is intended to prepare the student for entry into the world of Financial Services Technology. Disciplines in FinTech may include areas such as Finance, InsurTech, MedTech and RegTech. The ideal student will have strong aptitudes for business, technology and coding and will have an entrepreneurial mindset. Students in the program will enjoy access to superior career coaching, support services, and our expansive, distinguished alumni network.
UConn FinTech Program at a Glance
- Elite Research Faculty and Expert Practitioners
- Cutting-Edge Technology
- Immersive Experiences
- STEM Designated Degree Program
- 3 Convenient Start Dates Each Year
- Your Pace: Part-time or Full-time
- Completion time: 2 years
- 36 Credits (21 core, 15 elective)
- $1500 per Credit
Learn From Elite Research Faculty and Expert Practitioners
In the MS FinTech program, you will have the opportunity to learn from world renowned researchers and faculty who engage with industry on a regular basis. Whether it is visual analytics, blockchain, machine learning or financial modeling, our diverse faculty offers a comprehensive realm of expertise and experience for you to draw upon.
MS FinTech Leadership Team:
Executive Director of MS Programs
Operations and Information Management Department Head
Finance Department Head
Faculty Program Advisor
Faculty Program Advisor
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The FinTech team is here for you with useful services and resources to guide you through your successful academic and research-driven graduate school journey. Take advantage of our faculty and professional advisors and career coaching services.
Building a powerful network of influencers with strong global connections is a major component in any job seeker's career journey. Your global UConn Husky School of Business alumni network of more than 45,000 are among the most prominent in the world of business today. UConn alumni have leadership roles in companies such as Amazon, Dell, Google, Gartner, Cigna, NASDAQ, Deloitte, Microsoft, LEGO, ESPN, Travelers, Goldman Sachs and Prudential. As a graduate of the MS Fintech program, you’ll join the alumni network to empower the next generation of strategic thinkers and global leaders.
The UConn School of Business Office of Alumni Relations is your key to unlocking this broad network of possibilities.
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