Are you passionate about quantitative finance, financial technology, mathematics, data analysis or programming?
Then the MS in Mathematical Finance and Financial Technology at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business is meant for you.
- Three-Semester Program (with option to complete fourth semester Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology)
- Full-time, on the Boston University campus
- STEM Certified
The curriculum includes a comprehensive survey of the stochastic mathematics employed in asset pricing, risk modeling, and portfolio management. You will be exposed to the latest concepts, tools, and computational techniques employed in financial technology and data analysis, and you will have the opportunity to explore exciting new frontiers such as machine learning and algorithmic trading.
An undergraduate degree in a quantitative discipline such as mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science, statistics, mathematical economics, or quantitative finance is highly recommended for the program. Information regarding prerequisite courses can be found on our website.
You will also have the opportunity to complete an internship or industry-sponsored project in the summer, allowing you to put your newly developed skills to the test, add real-world experience to your resume, and expand your network.
The career paths that MSMFT graduates embark on include:
- Algorithmic and quantitative trading
- Design and valuation of financial products
- Financial data analysis
- Financial technology
- Portfolio management
- Quantitative risk management
Recent employers of MSMFT graduates include:
- Barclays Capital
- CITIC Securities
- Fidelity Investments
- Jane Street
- Morgan Stanley
- State Street