Mathematical Finance, an interdisciplinary minor offered by the Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Business and Economics, will provide students with the opportunity to study theoretical and applied problems arising in corporate finance and risk management as well as personal financial planning. The minor provides students the skills required to pursue professional certifications in finance.
Students completing the Mathematical Finance minor are required to take the following eight courses (26 credits) in mathematics and finance.
|MGT-325||Advanced Financial Management and Data Analysis||3|
|MGT-345||Introduction to Mathematical Finance||3|
|MGT-415||Discrete Time Finance||3|
|MGT-425||Continuous Time Finance||3|