Quantitative Computational Finance Program
The Master of Science degree program in Quantitative and Computational Finance (QCF) is interdisciplinary between three of Georgia Tech’s most prestigious units: the Scheller College of Business, the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial Systems Engineering. and the School of Mathematics .
Apply by October 1st for the Spring 2017 semester!
What is QCF?
A strong foundation of quantitative skills for complex mathematical modeling
Computational skills to implement these models using multiple statistical techniques and programming languages
A solid, practical understanding of Finance theory and institutional details
The QCF program admits for both the spring and fall semesters, with start dates in January and August respectively. Decisions are typically released 4-8 weeks after a complete application is submitted.
Learn from a regimen designed to give you the tools for a successful professional career. The QCF curriculum pairs a comprehensive core to give you the foundation you will need, with flexible elective options, to customize the program to your specific career goals.
The QCF program is professionally-focused to prepare you for a career that is practical. You will learn skills useful in structuring transactions, managing risk, constructing investment strategies, and analyzing analytical data.