Tracy Jennings, Works at Noodle and here to help!
The Masters in Finance degree gives you a broader and deeper knowledge of finance, but don't expect the same type of general networking and coursework (eg. on general management) as a MBA program might offer. (You might want to refer to Noodle's set of articles on "Should I get an MBA?")
Because the Carl Linder Business School offers both an MBA with a concentration in finance and a one-year certificate in corporate finance, make sure you know what your long-term career goals are. If being a CFO or an in-house finance officer is your dream job, this would put you on the right career path. The 2014 US job market for jobs in finance appears steady, according to a report on Forbes.