Master of Science in Mathematical Finance (MSMF)
The 17-month Master of Science in Mathematical Finance (MSMF) program focuses on the crux of mathematical concepts that led to the development of the Black-Scholes option pricing method and have grown recently into a universal tool for creating effective investment strategies and risk-analysis.
A distinguishing characteristic of the MSMF is the careful integration of certain practical domains of mathematics with an in-depth study of the theory and practice of modern finance. Our view of the field of mathematical finance (MF) has always been that “mathematical” modifies “finance” and that understanding the nature of the Brownian motion, however instrumental, does not amount to an understanding of finance. Therefore, this program focuses on the unique field of mathematical finance rather than treating mathematics and finance as separate entities.
MS in Math Finance Webinar
MS in Math Finance Webinar: Meet our Students and Admissions Tips – Register
Friday, January 24th, 2014 – 8:30am-9:30 am EST
This hour long session is an opportunity for prospective students to learn more about the Mathematical Finance program and for candidates who are in the process of applying to gain tips on the application process.
You’ll hear firsthand from two of our current students about their experience in the Mathematical Finance program and why they chose Boston University. The session will also feature a representative from the admission office with information about the application process.
During the session participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the student experience and the admissions process.
In addition to a comprehensive curriculum, you will have an opportunity to complete a two-month summer internship, allowing you to put your newly developed skills to the test. The internship adds real-world experience to your resume and helps you expand your network, making you more attractive to potential employers.
As a student at Boston University, you will have numerous opportunities to connect with alumni of the Math Finance program. In addition, you will have access to our extensive network of more than 45,000 School of Management alumni, as well as the 300,000 alumni of the entire University.