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Finance & Data Analytics

Areas of Thought Leadership- Graduate Level Programs

Two areas of thought leadership, Finance, and Data Analytics, are key areas for developing students’ competencies in research, analytics, quantitative theory, and technology. The three programs listed below also prepare students to succeed in management roles with practical experience and real-world examples.


Master of Science in Financial Analysis

Students enrolled in this program learn fundamental concepts in finance including investment analysis, portfolio management, and financial modeling. They are trained on technical, conceptual and research issues in finance and apply that knowledge to business cases to develop critical thinking skills.

Graduates of this program work in:

  • Product Management
  • Financial and Compliance Analysis
  • Commodities Trading
  • Market Risk Analysis
Master of Science in Quantitative Finance

Calculating risk portfolios, predicting commodity prices and creating algorithmic trading strategies are a few of the learning outcomes of this program. The goal is to ensure students are capable of handling complex financial and technical challenges in a real-world setting.

Graduates of this program work in:

  • Financial Modeling
  • Risk Management
  • Asset Management
  • Market Risk Analysis

Data Analytics

Master of Science in Information Technology & Analytics

This program is designed to bridge the gap between IT and business. It teaches domain and technical knowledge to solve challenges in the industry. Students learn how to lead and manage IT teams in significant software development projects, including design, analysis, implementation and service delivery.

Graduates of this program work in:

  • Java Development
  • Software Engineering
  • Application Development
  • Risk Systems Analysis

Post Your Opportunity

If you are looking to recruit an RBS student for an internship or full-time opportunity, you can post on our internal job board, BusinessKnight. To start, click on the link and create an account in our system. If you already have an account you can log in and post your opportunity.


Contact the Rutgers Business School career management team to learn more about specific programs and how you can engage with our graduate-level students.