Institutions With M.S. Programs in Finance and Financial Engineering

First, the following is a list of top Masters degree programs in financial engineering, computational finance, financial mathematics and quantitative finance. The list is in not necessarily in any particular order:

Carnegie Mellon University, Computational Finance
Columbia University, Financial Engineering
Princeton University, Finance
Princeton University, Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Stanford University, Financial Mathematics
University of Chicago, Financial Mathematics
New York University, Mathematics in Finance
Columbia University, Mathematics of Finance
Cornell University, FE concentration
University of California at Berkeley, Financial Engineering
Boston University, Mathematical Finance
Purdue University, MS Computational Finance
Baruch College, Financial Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles
Georgia Institute of Technology, Quantitative and Computational Finance
North Carolina State University, Financial Mathematics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Finance
University of Michigan, Financial Engineering
Claremont Graduate School, Financial Engineering
Rutgers University, Mathematical Finance
Rutgers University, Quantitative Finance
University of Southern California, Mathematical Finance
University of Toronto, Mathematical Finance
Florida State University, Financial Mathematics

Some of these schools offer MS degrees, some offer the Master in Financial Engineering (M.F.E.) degree, the Master of Science in Financial Engineering (M.S.F.E.), the Master of Science in Financial Math (M.S.F.M.), a Master of Science of Mathematics in Finance (M.S.M.F.) and others offer the Master in Mathematical Finance (M.M.F.). This listing is rather similar to the one offered at Quantnet, which ranks various quantitative finance programs. This Quantnet site also provides prospective student discussion forums.

This next listing of programs may be useful to students who want to pursue graduate study in finance without taking the large number of non-finance courses normally required by MBA programs. Many of these programs are MS programs in finance, some are less quantitative than others. The financial engineering programs listed below tend to be rather quantitative, as are the ones listed above. Programs listed below are generally for M.S. programs in finance or quantitative finance unless otherwise noted. Additional programs, particularly on other countries can be found at the Global Derivatives Website . Some of the links below may be no longer active.

Adelphi University
Auburn University
Ball State University (B.S. Program)
Baruch College
Baruch College
Bentley University Masters programs in FInance
Bogazici University (Turkey)
Boston College
Boston University
Boston University Master of Arts in Mathematical Finance
Brandeis University
Carnegie Mellon University Master of Science in Computational Finance
Catholic University of America
City University of Hong Kong Master of Science in Financial Engineering
City University Business School - UK, Master of Science in Mathematical Trading and Finance
Claremont University Financial Engineering Management Program
Columbia University Master of Science in Financial Engineering
Columbia University, MA, Mathematics , with specialization in the Mathematics of Finance
Columbia University MS, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
Cornell University Master of Engineering in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering
Cornell University, MBA Financial Engineering
DePaul University
Drexel University
Dublin City University - Ireland, Master of Science in Investment and Treasury
Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Master in Quantitative Finance
Fairfield University
Florida International University
Florida State University Financial Mathematics
George Washington University
Georgia Institute of Technology Master of Science in Quantitative and Computational Finance
Golden Gate University
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology Master of Science in Financial Markets
Indiana University, MA Mathematical Finance
James Madison University, BS Quantitative Finance
Johns Hopkins University
Kent State University Master of Science in Financial Engineering
Lavel University, MS Financial Engineering
London Business School, Masters in Finance
Louisiana State University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Financial Technology Option
University of Michigan at Dearborn
Multimedia University, Malaysia, Bachelor of Financial Engineering
National University of Singapore, BS and MS Financial Engineering
New York University, MS Statistics and Operational Research, Financial Engineering Specialization
New York University, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, MS Mathematics in Finance
North Carolina State University, MS, Financial Mathematics
Northwestern University, MS, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, Financial Engineering Concentration
Northeastern University
Oklahoma State University Master of Science in Quantitative Financial Economics
Oregon Health & Science University Master of Science in Computational Finance
Pace University, Master of Science in Investments
Penn State University
Polytechnic University of New York Master of Science in Financial Engineering
Princeton University
Princeton University Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Purdue University, MS Computational Finance
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rutgers University, Master of Quantitative Finance
Saint Louis University

Saint Xavier University
Stanford University Finance and Economics
Stanford University, MS, Financial Mathematics
Stevens Institute of Technology, Graduate Certificate in Financial Engineering
Syracuse University
University at Buffalo - State University of New York
Stevens Institute of Technology
Suffolk University (Finance)
Suffolk University (Financial Services and Banking)
Syracuse University
Temple University
Texas A&M University
University of Alabama
University of Baltimore
University of California at Berkeley Masters Degree in Financial Engineering
University of Chicago, MS Financial Mathematics
University of Colorado at Denver
University of Connecticut, MS Applied Financial Mathematics
University of Denver
University of Florida
University of Houston
University of Houston - Clear Lake City
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University Laval - Quebec, Canada, Master of Science in Financial Engineering
University of Maryland
University of Michigan Financial Engineering Program
University of Minnesota, Financial Mathematics
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
University of Pittsburgh
University of Reading, UK, Master of Science in Financial Engineering and Quantitative Analysis
University of Rochester, Simon School of Business Administration, MS, Finance
University of St. Gallen - Switzerland, Master of Science of Quantitative Economics and Finance
University of Toronto - Ontario, Canada, Master of Mathematical Finance
University of Tulsa
University of Warwick - UK, Master of Science in Mathematical Finance
University of Wisconsin
University of the Witwatersrand - Johannesburg, South Africa, Programme in Advanced Mathematics of Finance
Vanderbilt University - Owen School
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Tech
University of York - Ontario, Canada, Financial Engineering
Worchester Polytechnic Institute



  
 
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updated 01/16/2012