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MBA/MSCF Dual Class of 2014

Tracking Your Curriculum

Students can track their progress in the Student Services Online system. Your curriculum has been entered into the database and is updated as you complete courses. You may also visit the Student Services office for a personal review of your academic audit.
 

Curriculum for Dual MBA/MSCF Entering in 2012

MBA/MSCF dual candidates must complete a minimum of 270 units of coursework that fulfill the graduation requirements specified for their entering class.

The following is the curriculum for Dual MBA/MSCF students entering in 2012.

Required Course Sequence

Required courses must be taken in the mini-semesters specified, no exceptions. Students may not drop required courses. Students must re-take required courses they fail.

Curriculum is subject to change.

Mini 1 Year One

Mini

Course Number 

Course Title

Units

Mini 1

45-785

MSCF Finance

6

 

46-901

Financial Computing I

6

 

46-956

Fixed Income

6

 

46-921

Probability

6

 

45-789

Presentations for MSCF

6

Mini 2

46-902

Financial Computing II

6

 

46-941

Multi-Period Asset Pricing

6

 

45-885

MSCF Options

6

 

46-923

Statistical Inference

6

 

45-730

Marketing Management

6

Mini 3

45-986

Macro for Computational Finance

6

 

45-987

Financial Products and Markets

6

 

46-926

Statistical and Machine Learning Methods for Financial Data

6

 

46-944

Stochastic Calculus I

6

 

45-760

 

Operations Management

6

Mini 4

46-929

Financial Time Series Analysis

6

 

46-903

Financial Computing III

6

 

46-932

Simulation Methods for Option Pricing

6

 

46-945

Stochastic Calculus II

6

 

45-745

Ethics and Leadership

3

 

Year Two

Mini

Course Number 

Course Title

Units

Mini 1

45-700

Financial and Managerial Accounting I

6

 

45-886

MSCF Studies in Financial Engineering

6

 

46-936

Statistical Arbitrage

6

 

45-710

Managerial Economics

6

 

45-770

Corporate  Strategy

6

Mini 2

 

46915

45-985

45-887

45-955

46-904

Choose 3 of 5

Advanced Derivative Modeling

Credit Derivatives 

Financial Economics for Comp Finance

Topics In QF

Financial Computing IV

18

 

45-852

Optimization Methods in Finance

6

 

45-740

Managing Teams and Individuals

6

Mini 3

45-990

Management Game Plus  Experience Week

9

 

45-701

Financial and Managerial Accounting II

6

 

45-xxx

MBA Elective

18

 

45-792

Writing for Managers

3

 

 

Leadership Experience with 1st year students This will take place at the end of spring break

3

Mini 4

45-741

Managing Organizations and Networks

6

 

46-950

Numerical Methods (taught via recorded lectures)

6

 

45-xxx

MBA Electives

18

 

Summer Year Two

Mini 5 & 6

45-xxx

MBA Electives

24

 

 

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