The Suffolk MSF program – Your Connection to Boston’s Finance Community

1/21/2003

Rapid changes in technology, coupled with the rapid growth of global financial markets, demand managers with a highly specialized knowledge of financial theory and practice. The MSF program at Suffolk University offers students a challenging and rewarding opportunity to learn the financial theories and practices that drive today's financial decision-making and global financial markets.

The MSF program will take your career to the next level. Its rich and intense curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in investments, corporate finance, international finance, treasury, financial planning or management of financial institutions. An accelerated quarter term structure and once-per-week class scheduling allows students to complete an MSF degree in 15 months. A master's degree in financial services and banking and a joint JD/MSF degree with Suffolk University Law School are also offered for students seeking additional expertise.

Suffolk MSF students learn about the dynamic world of finance from active practitioners. For example, Professor Chris Argyrople is one of Boston’s most successful fund managers. Four years ago, he co-founded Delta Partners, a firm that manages an aggressive equity hedge fund. Delta’s products have performed spectacularly from the very start, making it impossible to find a fund with a superior track record. In fact, Barron’s reported that Delta managed the top performing hedge fund in the year 2001.

Professor Argyrople brings his experience in corporate finance, international finance, marketing investment products, client service, entrepreneurship, stocks, bonds, and currencies directly into the classroom. Argyrople teaches Econometrics, Financial Policy, Fundamental Securities Analysis, and Portfolio Management in Suffolk’s MSF program. He also teaches the MBA core course in financial management. Argyrople’s teaching philosophy balances the classroom experience by explaining how the textbook techniques can be used in real business situations.

To learn more about Suffolk's graduate programs in finance, accounting, taxation, business or public administration, attend our next Graduate Information Session, Wednesday, February 5 at the Omni Parker House Hotel from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Contact the Graduate Admission Office at 617-573-8302 or via e-mail: grad.admission@suffolk.edu
or contact the MS in Finance Programs Office at 617.573.8641 or via e-mail: msf@suffolk.edu. Visit our web site at: www.sawyer.suffolk.edu.

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