Increase stakeholder value. Improve corporate financial operations and management strategy. It all starts with an NEC Master's Degree in Banking and Financial Management.
The Master of Science in Management - Banking & Financial Management - Online (MSBFM) program will prepare you to face increased challenges in today's competitive global economy. You will learn leadership skills in Organizational Management, Project Management, ethics, accounting and finance, and strategic planning and policy. This program examines principles of finance and insurance, quality analysis for technology, managing global operations, and financial management.
"The facilitators are always present in class and ready to answer questions at anytime. They provided me with good assistance to ensure my success. They have the knowledge and understand the subjects in question."
Online, Convenient, Flexible
The MSBFM online program consists of nine courses for a total of 36 credit hours. You can complete the program in less than two years. You will take two online, seven-week courses per semester, focusing on one course at a time. This course delivery method is specifically designed for working professionals like you to make the most efficient use of your time and to optimize your learning experience.
You can start the program six times per year in spring, summer, or fall.
New England College is regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (209 Burlington Rd., Suite 201, Bedford, MA 01730-1433, USA; 781-271-0022).
Facts & Figures
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
Private, not-for-profit, Higher Education
Trimester schedule (Fall,Spring, Summer)
PC Users: Operating System: Windows 98/2000/NT/XP; RAM: 128 MB; Disk Space:100 MB; CPU Speed: 500 MHz; Modem: DSL or cable modem; Sound card and speakers; Browser: Internet Explorer version 5.5 SP2 or 6.0.
U.S. and Canadian residents.
Financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and employment is available to U.S. students on the basis of financial need. Please ask your Enrollment Advisor for more information.
You have to take a pre-application interview with the program Enrollment Advisor before sending the Application Package.