The Master of Science in Financial Economics program is led by a committee consisting of Professors Michael Johannes (faculty director), Wei Jiang, and Robert Hodrick. Faculty members throughout the division will participate in the program through application review, teaching, and research project supervision.
Supervision and Advising
Master of Science students are initially advised by an administrator in the PhD office who will be responsible for the administrative oversight of the program. In the third semester, students will enroll in a research seminar or guided research project, and affiliated faculty members will serve as project advisers.