Through the Master of Finance, students will:

  • Learn about the area of finance in an organization, integrating and internalizing their knowledge for subsequent application in real-life cases and projects
  • Develop and strengthen the use of quantitative methods, applications, and tools in the identification and solving of problems
  • Gain a better understanding of theoretical knowledge and new financial skills for project planning, development, and evaluation
  • Study environmental factors and evaluate the risk that affects financial decisions in order to understand the impact of political, economic, and social factors on organizational outcomes
  • Critically analyze the development and behavior of the capital market and corporate finance in Colombia and their relationship with the international financial sector
  • Develop and strengthen skills in business decision-making
  • Acquire the discipline of independent and continuous learning
  • Develop and strengthen dynamics of interpersonal behavior, teamwork, and effective communication
  • Become aware of the ethical implications and social responsibility of their decisions


See the academic regulations here.


The Master of Finance program forms professionals with the skills and competencies needed to design solutions for the financial sector in both a national and international context.




Degree Awarded:

Master of Finance

Ministry of Education Registration Number:

SNIES Code 53734


18 months


Depending on the cycle, classes are held three or four days a week from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Some classes are held from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. or on Saturdays.


The Master of Finance seeks to develop the skills and competencies of students so that they can achieve success in executive positions in the field of finance. The design of the Master of Finance responds to the need to form professionals with critical and analytical acuity in line with local business realities in a global context. For this reason, the program has been envisaged as an interrelated set of knowledge and basic tools in finance that develops dynamic thinking and skills in participants, consequently fostering diagnosis and problem solving in this field.

Professional Development

Graduates of the Master of Finance of our School develop their careers in areas such as financial management, investment banking, corporate treasury, tax inspection, financial planning, project evaluation, business valuation, money desks, stock market, etc. in both industry and the financial sector.

Those who graduate from our program go on to hold positions with a largely strategic and decision-making component, as graduates are characterized by their ability to analyze the environment and then define and implement financial proposals that meet the needs of organizations. This movement into management positions is consolidated to the extent in which they are able to apply the skills and competencies acquired in the Master of Finance to market challenges.

For more information, please visit the Office of Alumni.