Best master's in finance programs in District of Columbia

A master’s in finance can lead to increased career options and prepare you for leadership positions. There is a lot of competition for the most lucrative jobs in the financial sector. By studying important topics such as corporate governance and capital markets, you give yourself an edge in the job market. Explore our rankings of the top masters in finance programs to find the best fit for you.

Our master’s in finance rankings cover 63 of the 113 universities available, accounting for 81% of total student conferrals. Three years after completing their degree, graduates earn a weighted average salary of $89,987.

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#1 in District of Columbia | #39 in Finance nationally

Georgetown University

Washington, District of Columbia

Economic score: 0.43

Calculated by dividing the debt-to-earnings by earningsplus percentage. The lower the economic score, the better.

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Earnings: $117,331

Median earnings of all students 3 years after graduation.

EarningsPlus: + $28,975

Earnings plus shows how much more or less the median student earns than the median earnings of undergraduate graduates in the same program type. (Based on ipeds CIP Code taxonomy)

Debt: $67,517

The total debt accrued by the median student at the time of graduation.

Debt to earnings: 0.58

Calculated by dividing the debt by the annual salary. A debt to earnings ratio of 1 means that annual educational debt is the same as annual earnings.

#2 in District of Columbia | #58 in Finance nationally

American University

Washington, District of Columbia

Economic score: 0.80

Calculated by dividing the debt-to-earnings by earningsplus percentage. The lower the economic score, the better.

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Earnings: $76,001

Median earnings of all students 3 years after graduation.

EarningsPlus: - $12,355

Earnings plus shows how much more or less the median student earns than the median earnings of undergraduate graduates in the same program type. (Based on ipeds CIP Code taxonomy)

Debt: $52,281

The total debt accrued by the median student at the time of graduation.

Debt to earnings: 0.69

Calculated by dividing the debt by the annual salary. A debt to earnings ratio of 1 means that annual educational debt is the same as annual earnings.