Develop the strengths a fast-moving economy demands – and leading organizations are looking for – in this intensive full-time program. At the intersection of risk management and finance, the Rotman MFRM provides an ideal balance of technical expertise and communications skills that will help launch your career.
The Master of Financial Risk Management from University of Toronto is a full-time program that runs from September to June.
Offered over ten months, the MFRM program is designed to prepare ambitious recent graduates and young professionals for careers in risk management and finance. All course are developed with practitioner input.
The MFRM is a comprehensive program in which each course has been carefully selected and designed (with practitioner input) to make the most of your growth as a risk management professional. Students develop a strong community with their classmates as they progress through the program together.
Midway through the program, the applied Risk Management Project brings students out of the classroom and allows them to put their knowledge into practice. They work with risk management professionals on a real-world issue, presenting their finding to faculty and industry partners at the end of the project.
Located just blocks from Canada's business centre and part of the University of Toronto, the Rotman School is ideally positioned to help you connect with top employers. As a student of the program, you'll work closely with our staff to achieve your career goals, and to develop the self-marketing tools and strategies that will benefit you throughout your professional life.
94% of graduates from our first two cohorts of the MFRM program successfully secured employment within 6 months of graduation.
Our career services team will work with you to help you discover and define your vision for professional success. Through one-on-one coaching sessions and career education workshops, you'll gain the skills and strategies you need to achieve your goals.
- Advanced Investments
- Credit Risk
- Derivative Models for Risk Management
- Financial Markets, Risk and Institutions
- Innovations in Financial Technology
- Macroeconomics for Financial Risk Management Professionals
- Operational Risk
- Probabilistic Modelling for Risk-Informed Decisions
- Regulation of Financial Institutions
- Risk Management Project
- Topics in Financial Risk