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icon aboutThe 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:

    UConn MS in Financial Technology (FinTech), John Wilson

    John Wilson

    Academic Director

    UConn MS in Financial Technology

    Meghan Hanrahan

    Executive Director of MS Programs

    UConn MS in Financial Technology, (FinTech)

    Kaitlyn Speaker

    Program Coordinator

    UConn MS in Financial Technology

    Cuihong Li

    Operations and Information Management Department Head

    UConn MS in Financial Technology, Chinmoy Ghosh

    Chinmoy Ghosh

    Finance Department Head

    UConn MS in Financial Technology, Alexander Amati

    Alexander Amati

    Faculty Program Advisor

    UConn MS in Financial Technology (FinTech), Ramesh Shankar

    Ramesh Shankar

    Faculty Program Advisor

    Get to know our full School of Business Faculty.

    Support Services

    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.

    Alumni Network

    UConn MS in Financial Technology (FinTech), Alumni Network

    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.


    Find answers to common questions that we receive about the UConn MS FinTech program.

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    Events Calendar

    As a FinTech student you are invited to attend a wide array of speakers, panel discussions, and networking events hosted by the UConn School of Business and distinguished alumni. Be sure to get involved!

    Upcoming Events

    1. 9/28 CANCELLED Hartford - Graduate Business Infosession (In Person)
    2. 10/13 MS FinTech - Virtual Infosession
    3. 10/26 Hartford - Graduate Business Infosession (In Person)

    Stay Connected

    Follow UConn School of Business social media using the icons in the footer below, and checkout these highlights from our Instagram feed.

    Sophomore Engineering student and entrepreneur Raina Jain developed a health- support supplement, and she had an opportunity to sell it at Whole Foods - read more about it! ...

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    Family Businesses - Join us on 9/16 at 11am for Timely Topics in 30 - our speaker will be Pat Soldano, who is dedicated to promoting the growth of family businesses in the US. We will be focused on legislation, taxation, and reform. Follow the link in our bio and register today! ...

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    We are excited to welcome the new Fall semester MBA students as they begin orientations this week. Good Luck! #myUConnMBA ...

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    Congratulations to Jennifer Mathieu for being honored as one of @hartfordbiz's 40 under Forty this year. To find out about Jen's work with @uconnccei, Follow the link in our bio: ...

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    Joshua Allen '20, a recent graduate of our MS in Human Resource Management, went from bussing tables to working for @lukeslobster. Read more about his journey by following the link in our bio: ...

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    Family Business Owners - Please join us on August 19 at 11:00am for Timely Topics in 30. We're gearing up for the fall series, and we want to hear from YOU, in order to make the program as useful as possible. Meg Warren and Robin Bienemann will be taking questions - Thanks always to our friends at @ctsbdc - Follow the link in our bio, and Register Today! ...

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    Networking can be tough in the best of circumstances, but the MS in Human Resource Management program helps you make the connections. Take Kyle Wiley, for example – he was attending one of the MSHRM Saturday seminars where the Chief Human Resources Officer for Webster Bank was making a presentation to the cohort. When he mentioned that there were positions open, Kyle took the opportunity to introduce himself and learn more about the openings. After a few rounds of interviews, he was hired as a HR Business partner, and now after 5 years promoted to a VP position. Kyle is active in the non-profit world as well, serving as a director for the HR Assoc. of Central CT, and a VP of Finance for the Nat’l Assoc. of African Americans in HR. If you want to increase your chances of being in the right place at the right time to change your career trajectory, follow the link in our bio and consider attending one of our virtual infosessions! ...

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    Dr. Mohammed "Ameer" Shams, MD, '18 MBA was recently named Chief of Medicine in @hartford_healthcare 's Central Region. He was able to earn his MBA while balancing full time work and his family (pictured here!) through our Part-Time MBA program. Follow the link in our bio to read more about his journey and accomplishments:
    #mba #UConnNation

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    In addition to a strong international presence, we also have some homegrown students in our MSBAPM program. Denny Lopez (bottom left) grew up in Stamford and had UConn on his short list for Undergrad – proximity to NYC along with cool local events made his college experience fun and fulfilling! After earning his Economics degree, taking the next step to business analytics and project management felt right – enhancing the quantitative side of Econ and coupling it with an understanding of being able to see a project to a successful completion. Bonus, he just landed a great summer internship at Slalom’s Business Advisory services. Even though it’s located in Westchester, it’s just a short ride away. For his eventual pivot into traditional consulting work, Denny has appreciated the doors MSBAPM has opened for him. We’re excited to see what you’ve got lined up next. If you’re interested in learning more about the unique cross-disciplinary experiences that our MSBAPM program offers, follow the link in our bio and join us at our next infosession: ...

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    Family Business Owners - On Thursday, June 17th, we are offering Timely Topics in 30 sponsored by @libertybankct. This month, it's all about the people - come learn from experts about how businesses return, re-engage, redefine, recruit, and retain the people that make the business work. Follow the link in our bio and register today! ...

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    Congratulations to new alumna Caitlin Schramm ’21, a finance major and management minor, who has been awarded a 2021 Outstanding Senior Women Academic Achievement Award from the UConn Women’s Center.

    Schramm was active in the Women in Business organization, which serves aspiring undergraduate business women. As a member of the executive board, she played a pivotal role in the 180-member organization, and under her leadership it flourished.

    She led a peer-mentoring program, created an alumni mentorship program and helped arrange networking events with corporate leaders, panel discussions, and workshops. Guest speakers have come from Prudential, FactSet, Henkel, Nielson, Otis Elevator, TJX, Synchrony and more. Schramm has accepted a position as an Operations Analyst at Goldman Sachs in New York.

    Follow the link in our bio to read her profile on the Women's Center Website!
    #womeninbusiness #academicachievement #uconnbusiness

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    We have seen some pretty nice workplaces over the years, but this one might take the cake! Today, we are taking a moment to spotlight Rudney Pinto Junior, a student from our MSHRM program. He works for the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headquartered here in the "Palacio do Itamaraty." Through MSHRM, he mastered the leadership and problem solving skills necessary to help streamline their hiring processes. If you're looking to bring your HR game to the next level, you should attend our next infosession, on June 3rd. Follow the link in our bio and register today. ...

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    We wanted to take a moment to thank our friends over at @santanderbankus - We recently received a $100,000 grant to help benefit minority students and minority-owned businesses. Follow the link in our Bio to learn more! ...

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    We are very proud to congratulate Meghan Hanrahan who has been appointed to the newly created role of Executive Director of Master of Science Programs. Here, we have a photo of Meghan and her family taken when she was honored at the Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under Forty four years ago.

    A two-time UConn alumna, Hanrahan now provides program leadership, career management, and operation oversight to five specialized graduate programs, including Accounting, Business Analytics & Project Management, Financial Risk Management, Human Resources Management, and the newly created Financial Technology (FinTech) program.

    “Meghan’s strong institutional knowledge, management experience, academic and student affairs knowledge, program development skills, and commitment to providing the best service possible to students, faculty, and staff. make her an excellent candidate for the role,’’ said Jose M. Cruz, associate dean for business graduate programs at UConn. “Meghan has the energy and an unwavering ability to lead and succeed, and I have no doubt she will lead the masters’ programs to new heights.’’

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    Meet Prasad Bhadang (front right), celebrating Holi with some of his fellow MSFRM students in 2017. When he got a job at Goldman Sachs, the recruiters were impressed, and wanted more of the same. The solution? Go back to the source. Goldman Sachs has presented us with an exciting opportunity – a case challenge for our MSFRM students that could lead to a coveted internship with the financial Giant. This week, our students will participate in the case study and an internship information panel. These are the sorts of unique opportunities that you can experience if you join MSFRM. Learn more about the program at an infosession by following the link in our bio: ...

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    Brittany Stephenson is a student in UConn’s MS in Human Resource Management program. She is part of a group of students and alumni who have started a committee called the Black Student Union. This group formed last year when one of our community members experienced racial profiling, amidst a national environment of police violence and protest. Through honest and difficult conversations, the HRM program leadership learned that Black students wanted a space to call their own, and to establish measurable and sustainable support from the university. Over the course of this year, the Black Student Union used their voice to enact meaningful change within the HRM program. An academic course on diversity is now part of the core curriculum. Travis Grosser, the academic director of HRM, has encouraged every instructor to dedicate class time to diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. With an overarching goal of equality on a cultural level, it seems clear that within any organization, the people responsible for hiring need to be aligned with these values. HRM does the work to prepare future HR professionals not only through its curriculum, but by establishing groups like the Black Student Union, listening, AND enacting real-time personal and professional change. To learn more about the MS in HRM program, please register for an upcoming event HERE:
    #UConnMSHRM #BlackStudentUnion #BLM

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    This past year has made a lot of us reconsider the role that technology plays in keeping us connected and productive. Is it possible to feel that connection and make friends in an online program? You bet! Just ask Cole Crawford, Rachel Kahen (@rachelvkn), and Julia Lindwall (@juliaalindwalll) of our MS in Accounting program. Despite being at different stages in their graduate journey, these learners were connected to form a small group in professor Amy Dunbar's "Financial Reporting and Auditing" class. Over the course of the semester, they convened weekly in video chat to problem solve and complete group assignments, even having Professor Dunbar drop in to assist when necessary. Their different perspectives have made them stronger as a group, and the friendships they've made will carry on well after graduation. This is not by accident - our MS of Accounting program has had 18 years to perfect online team building. Since 2003, MSA has been 100% online, and in those 18 years, they have developed best practices for their students to achieve in the online environment. Follow the link in our bio - come to an infosession and learn more about how MSA offers online flexibility while maintaining a sense of connectivity and inclusion. ...

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    Our MS in Business Analytics and Project Management alums go on to do great things, but they also commit to helping current students along in their own journey. Take Indrajit Bhattacharya ’17 for example. Since graduating, he has moved on to work at Google, and earlier this spring, Indro connected with current MSBAPM students to co-lead a presentation about Interviewing and Negotiation. It was a valuable conversation about real-world application (gotta nail interviews to get jobs, after all!). To learn more about our flexible program and community-focused approach, follow the link in our bio and register today for our infosession on 4/20! #highered #negotiation #opportunity #businessanalytics #projectmanagement ...

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