M.S. in Quantitative Finance
During the last decade, interest in measuring, managing and controlling financial and operational risk has surged. At the same time, the field of finance has moved towards applying sophisticated and highly quantitative methods to enhance our understanding of, and ability to measure, and control a myriad of risks in our highly volatile economic environment. Consequently, the demand for professionals with strong quantitative skills and knowledge of financial theory and markets has grown. A Master of Science in Quantitative Finance will provide students who have a sophisticated mathematical background the opportunity to apply their skills to analyze and develop quantitative solutions to contemporary financial problems.
We seek applicants with undergraduate degrees in engineering, sciences, mathematics, economics and business for the Masters in Quantitative Finance Program. The financial services industry offers careers to professionals with strong quantitative and programming skills.
Additional information about the program and its requirements can be found in the MSQF brochure [PDF].