College graduates who have some background in mathematics and statistics and want graduate school preparation in the mathematics and statistics of finance and financial engineering can follow a structured curriculum developed with the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics.
The Quantitative Studies for Finance program includes:
Calculus Courses (2 Courses)
- MATH UN1102. Calculus II . 3 pts.
- MATH UN1201. Calculus III. 3 pts.
Also recommended but not required:
- MATH UN1202. Calculus IV. 3 pts.
Advanced Mathematics Courses (Choose 4 Courses)
- MATH UN2010. Linear Algebra. 3 pts.
- MATH UN2030. Ordinary Differential Equations. 3 pts.
- MATH GR8210. Partial Differential Equations. 3 pts.
- MATH UN2500. Analysis and Optimization. 3 pts.
- Or *MATH GU4061. Introduction to Modern Analysis I. 3 pts.
Statistics Courses (Choose 1 Course)
- STAT GU4001. Introduction to Probability and Statistics. 3 pts.
- STAT GU4203. Introduction to Probability and Stats. 3 pts. and STAT GU4204. Statistical Inference. 3 pts.
Computer Science Course
- BUSI PS4007. Introduction to Computer Science, Programming in JAVA. 3 pts.
Any demonstrated proficiency in C, C++, or Java.
For detailed course descriptions, please visit the courses page and select the subject area you are interested in.
Students who successfully complete 24 points with a B or better in each class will be awarded a Certificate in Quantitative Studies for Finance. Students are required to maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 (B). Every course creditable toward the certificate must be taken for a letter grade. Courses with a grade below a C will not count toward the completion of the certificate.
To apply, follow the Summer Sessions application instructions for your admissions category:
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Office of Enrollment Management
School of Professional Studies
203 Lewisohn Hall
2970 Broadway, Mail Code 4119
New York, NY 10027-6902
Office hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.