Master of Financial Mathematics What is the program about?
The program provides the sound mathematical training needed for financial mathematics, along with a profound knowledge of economics and other related fields. Students will take a variety of courses, covering mathematical training; elementary finance; empirical, theoretical and computational tools; quantitative analysis techniques in data analysis, signal processing, and statistical decisions, etc.
How to Graduate? Credit Requirements
The total credits for the program are no less than 30, in which no less than 18 credits are for compulsory (core) courses.
In the second year, students must finish their master’s thesis, and defend it in the fourth semester (in mid-May). They must work closely with their advisor to define a focused topic and conduct the research. Students should also be bold and actively engaged in research activities, and strive to publish papers in academic journals.
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