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.
MSCF candidates must complete a minimum of 150 units of coursework that fulfill the graduation requirements specified for their entering class.
The following is the curriculum for Full-Time MSCF students entering in 2010. Students will graduate in December, 2011 and are considered the Class of 2012.
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.
Click on a course title to read the course description and prerequisites.
|Mini||Course #||Course Title||Units|
|Mini 1||45-711||MSCF Finance||6|
|46-901||Financial Computing I||6|
|45-905||Macroeconomics for Comp Finance||6|
|45-795||Presentations for Computational Finance||6|
|Mini 2||46-980||MSCF Deutsche Trading Competition||0|
|46-941||Multi-Period Asset Pricing||6|
|Mini 3||46-902||Financial Computing II||6|
|45-906||Financial Products and Markets||6|
|46-926||Linear Financial Models||6|
|46-944||Stochastic Calculus I||6|
|Mini 4||46-903||Financial Computing III||6|
|46-932||Simulation Methods for Option Pricing||6|
|46-929||Financial Time Series Analysis||6|
|46-945||Stochastic Calculus II||6|
|Mini 1||46-915||Advanced Derivative Modeling||6|
|45-816||Studies in Financial Engineering||6|
|Mini 2||46-904||Financial Computing IV*||6|
|46-955||Topics in Quantitative Finance*||6|
|45-908||Quantitative Asset Management*||6|
|45-848||Financial Economics for Computational Finance*||6|
* Choose four of five
Refer to the MSCF Student Handbook for more detailed information.