The Master of Science in Risk Management Program is designed with busy working professionals in mind. It is a one year long, part-time program divided into six on-site class sessions (modules) that take place at NYU Stern in New York and in rotating global locations. Participants live and work in their home countries full-time between modules; this part-time format reduces the time away from the office to approximately five weeks over the course of the year. Between modules, students complete an average of 15-20 hours per week of work via distance learning.
We've made some exciting changes to offer an innovative enterprise risk management curriculum that keeps pace with the rapidly changing world of business. For more information on course offerings, please visit the course index.
The fee for the class starting in 2021 is $78,300, and includes tuition, course materials, some meals and official events; hotel and travel expenses are not included. A tuition deposit of $7,200 is required to secure a spot in the class starting in 2021 and is due upon acceptance to the program.
Format and Schedule
MSRM is a one year long, part-time program divided into six on-site class sessions that take place at NYU Stern and in rotating global locations.
Program DatesWhile we anticipate that the MSRM Class of 2022 will start in-person, we understand that COVID-19 may impact students' ability to travel to New York City for the program. All students entering the MSRM Class of 2022 will be eligible to begin the program in a hybrid format (either remotely or in-person). This option will be available during Modules 1 and 2 and for future modules as long as the COVID-19 situation is still active and ongoing.
The program schedule for the Class of 2022 can be found below:
|1||New York||June 6 - 12, 2021|
|2||Global Location or New York*||August 9 - 14, 2021|
|3||New York||October 18 - 23, 2021|
|4||Global Location||January 10 - 15, 2022|
|5||New York||March 21 - 26, 2022|
|6||New York - Capstone Presentation||May 17, 2022|
*We understand that COVID-19 is disrupting global travel. If global travel has not normalized by this time, we will run the Module in New York City.