Shedding Some Light On The Masters In Finance

Anthony DeAngelis explains the pure finance Masters, that's too often overshadowed by its big brother the MBA!

Anthony DeAngelis is a 2010 graduate of the Villanova MSF program. He now runs the website to help educate those interested in studying for a Masters in Finance.


Alexandra chung

Wednesday 5th October 2011, 12.50 (UTC)

I personally think specialized degrees are the best way to go now days. Covering a broad range of subject doesn't really make you stand out in the way it used. I think due to the increase in specialized courses, recruiters are able to directly target graduates with applicable skill sets for jobs rather than carving a graduate in many subjects to fulfill a role. This is a great advert for specialized jobs!

Anthony DeAngelis

Wednesday 5th October 2011, 14.19 (UTC)

I couldn't agree more Alexandra. I have an MBA also and it is great for people who have never had a business education or for someone looking to go into a managerial role or change jobs. The specialized masters is ideal for someone who has previous educational and work experience in that field and wants to gain an expertise.

I loved my experience with a specialized masters and I hope that the popularity continues to gain traction as more and more schools offer the degree!


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