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The Master of Finance (MFin) program is designed to equip you with extensive knowledge of financial systems and critical quantitative research skills. Graduating with an MFin degree will allow you to pursue a career in some of the most innovative sectors of Canadian finance, including:
Our Master of Finance program is located downtown Toronto to immerse you in Canada’s financial capitol. We offer this degree every other weekend (with summers off) to fit within your schedule as a working professional.
For those looking to earn a double degree, you can partner the Lazaridis MFin degree with our Toronto MBA degree and graduate with two professional degrees.
Our program offers a number of value-added features that make the Lazaridis MFin an investment in yourself that will continue to pay dividends throughout both your graduate and professional careers.
Students in the Lazaridis School are uniquely positioned to manage the Laurier Graduate Student Investment Fund (LGSIF). The structure of LGSIF is designed to provide real-world experience to graduate students in investment and wealth management using real money invested in real markets.
The Lazaridis MFin is a member of the CFA Institute University Recognition Program. You will be able to prepare for all three levels of the CFA examinations while you work toward completing the MFin degree.
Sitting down with Lazaridis MFin Co-op student, Shibo Gu
Q&A with Lazaridis MFin co-op student, Shibo Gu.
Phelim Boyle elected to the RSC’s Academy of Science, Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Lazaridis Master of Finance brings financial trading to Laurier
MFin alumnus and former LGSIF portfolio manager featured on BNN
CFA Exams test the skills of MFin candidates
Largest ever Laurier Finance Meet-up hosted in Toronto’s business district
How it’s done: Ten questions for a Lazaridis MFin grad
Lazaridis MFin candidates pitch stocks in the financial big league
Lazaridis graduate programs launch new marketing campaign
Lazaridis MFIN program poised to welcome its largest cohort ever
What's behind the rise in Ontario's corporate bankruptcies?
Canadian securities regulators provide update on trading fees and rebates pilot study
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