Friday, April 30, 2021

Deadline extended: Apply to the Master of Financial Mathematics graduate program or the Fundamentals of Quantitative Finance (FQF)certificate by Thursday, July 1

If you have not yet decided on your plans for fall 2021, take advantage of the extended deadlines to apply for the University of Minnesota Master of Financial Mathematics (MFM) or Fundamentals of Quantitative Finance (FQF) programs. The MFM degree prepares you to enter the field of quantitative finance and related domains that combine mathematics, statistics, engineering, computer, and data science skills within the applied context of finance. The two-semester FQF gives you the mathematical foundation, coding skills, and domain knowledge to be relevant in today's world of finance. The application deadline for both programs has been extended to Thursday, July 1.
Consider a master's or post-baccalaureate in quantitative finance!

If you have not yet decided on your plans for fall 2021, take advantage of the extended deadlines to apply for the University of Minnesota Master of Financial Mathematics (MFM) or Fundamentals of Quantitative Finance (FQF) programs.

The MFM degree prepares you to enter the field of quantitative finance and related domains that combine mathematics, statistics, engineering, computer, and data science skills within the applied context of finance.

The two-semester FQF gives you the mathematical foundation, coding skills, and domain knowledge to be relevant in today's world of finance. In addition, by meeting the success criteria of the FQF you can transition seamlessly to the MFM.

All courses are taught at night and can be taken part-time.

Find out how the MFM helped Robert Schell, an assistant vice president in corporate treasury, build a career at US Bank, and how the FQF helped a Sydney Haffenbredl, financial engineer at RBC Global Asset Management, kick start her path into financial risk management and quantitative analysis.

The application deadline for both programs is Thursday, July 1, 2021.

To learn more about these programs and how to apply, visit the Master of Financial Mathematics program web page and the Fundamentals of Quantitative Finance post baccalaureate certificate web page.

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Minnesota Center for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (MCFAM)
mcfam@umn.edu