Domestic Placement Rate*
*100% employed within 3 months of graduation. Based on 58% survey response rate.
Largest MS In Financial Planning In New England
Percent of Domestic Students in this program
33 Yrs Old
Percent of Part Time students in this program
48%52%Male StudentsFemale Students
Gain Skills Like
Risk Management / Financial Planning & Analysis / Internal Auditing / Portfolio Management
For Careers Like
Staff Accountant / Vice President / Wealth Management Relationship Manager / Audit Associate / Financial Planner
Overall median base salary
Top Employers Hiring Our Graduates
We hire Bentley graduates because of their very strong business foundation
The Masters in Financial Planning is a 10-course program including six required core courses and four elective courses. All core financial planning courses and the Insurance and Wealth Preservation Planning Techniques elective are required for students preparing for the CFP exam.
Note: Please review the current course catalogue for the full list of available electives.
FP600 | Professional Financial Planning Practice
FP601 | Investments and Capital Accumulation
FP610 | Benefits, Compensation and Retirement
FP620 | Trusts, Gifts and Estates
FP630 | Financial Planning Process/Cases
TX601 | Federal Taxation of Income
FP700 | Investment Vehicles
FP701 | Portfolio Management
FP703 | Marriage, Separation and Divorce
FP704 | Financial Planning for Non-Traditional Families
FP705 | Elder-Planning Techniques
FP706 | Psychology in Financial Planning
FP710 | Insurance and Wealth Preservation Planning Techniques
FP781 | Internship in Financial Planning Practice
Paying For Your Education
Rated the #4 Masters Program in Return on Investment by Payscale, a Bentley Graduate Education is a smart investment in you. With available merit and financial aid, Bentley works with qualified applicants to help finance their education.
Cost Per Course
Total Tuition Based on 10 courses
Other Fees & Expenses
On Campus Employment
Students can apply for salaried, on-campus jobs through the Office of Student Employment.
*$58,890 Average total merit aid awarded each year
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Find Yourself At Bentley
To create a thriving population of students with a wide range of life and work experiences, Bentley considers the entirety of candidates’ applications including prior work experience, test scores, learning objectives, and other factors as we determine admissions decisions.
Application Fee / Transcripts / Resume / 2 Essays / GMAT or GRE Scores (may be waived for qualified students) / TOEFL/IELTS Scores for International Students (may be waived for qualified students) / Interview (required with some programs, suggested for others) / Two Letters of Recommendation
Application Opens October 1st of the prior year for Fall entry.
- Nov 1: Early Action
- Dec 1: Round 1
- Jan 20: Round 2
- Mar 15: Round 3
- Mar 16 to Sep 1: Rolling Admission
- Oct 1: Early Action
- Dec 1 to Sep 1: Rolling Admission