The Bendheim Center for Finance offers a Masters in Finance (MFin) degree that can be completed in 1 year (10 courses) or 2 years (16 courses). Only students with prior finance training or work experience are admitted to the 1 year option.
2005: 295 applications, 31 acceptances, 19 enrollees.
2006: 418 applications, 47 acceptances, 27 enrollees.
2007: 425 applications, 49 acceptances, 32 enrollees.
2008: 660 applications, 40 acceptances, 30 enrollees (75%).
2009: 591 applications, 24 acceptances, 19 enrollees.
2010: 601 applications, 31 acceptances, 25 enrollees.
2011: 729 applications, 36 acceptances, 29 enrollees.
2012: 815 applications, 43 acceptances, 40 enrollees.
The New York Sun claims that it is a popular alternative to an MBA, particularly for people wishing to go into trading and hedge fund jobs.
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