Quantitative Finance Track

Are you ready for the next step in your finance career?

  • Focus on equity, bond and derivative markets in a curriculum built on advanced mathematics, finance and statistics.
  • Hone your skills in such topics as traditional CFA-relevant finance principles, quantitative methods, complex financial instruments and mathematical modeling using stochastic calculus.
  • Prepare for a wide variety of finance careers, from managing foreign-exchange risk for a multinational corporation, to designing complex corporate securities at an investment banking firm, to managing interest rate risk using derivatives at a major commercial bank.

Contact Us

Graduate Programs Office
School of Management
University at Buffalo
203 Alfiero Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4010

Tel:  716-645-3204
Fax: 716-645-2341
som-apps@buffalo.edu
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The MS Finance is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) curriculum with 36 credits typically completed in three semesters. Some students extend to a fourth semester, and UB undergraduate students may be able to complete the program in two semesters. All majors are welcome; however, business, math, economics and engineering majors are ideally suited to the program, provided you have the requisite calculus background.

Curriculum

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If your undergraduate degree is in a nonbusiness discipline, you must have completed business and mathematics courses equivalent to those below:

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  • Economics (equivalent to MGE 302)
  • Finance (equivalent to MGF 301) 
  • Calculus III (equivalent to MTH 241)
  • Mathematical Statistics (Equivalent to MTH 411 or MTH 412)

If you do not have a business background, but are strong in math or a quantitative discipline like engineering, we encourage you to apply for the MS Finance program. If you are conditionally admitted, you may be required to complete a preparatory curriculum in accounting, economics, finance or statistics.