Adam Diamant, Student in Math Finance, Talks Fixed Income Derivatives
Adam Diamant, a student in the Math Finance Program with a background in computer science and physics, discusses why Fixed Income Derivatives is his favorite course at Boston University School of Management: because it presents highly interesting mathematical concepts and then helps you develop algorithms to apply these concepts to the actual business world.
He also explains how the program has introduced him to completely new areas of study, and his plans for next year to pursue a PhD in the field in order to build on what he’s learning now.
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