University of Minnesota
School of Mathematics
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Master of Financial Mathematics

 

Where students consider their options and plan their futures!

The Master of Financial Mathematics (MFM) program offers a great mix of academic and industry preparation for your career:

MFM courses are offered in the evenings to accommodate working professionals who are part-time students and to give full time students to obtain internships and industry specific projects. For a full-time student with a good undergraduate background in mathematics it is possible to graduate in one-year.


The MFM program has been designated as a Professional Science Master's program and ranked as a Top 25 Best Quant Programs by QuantNet.

Professional Science Master's

Upcoming Events

  • Price Discovery, Volatility Spillovers and Adequacy of Speculation when Spot Prices are Stationary: The Case of U.S. Dairy Markets, April 18, 2014 
  • Hans Leida - Healthcare Reform: Actuarial problems and solutions, April 24, 2014 
  • To be determined, April 25, 2014 

Testimonials

Alyssa Weyrauch

Target
MFM Class of 2011
Brooklyn Park, MN

Being from Minnesota with no desire to relocate, I like that the school and program is local, and has strong connections with local industry and different companies represented in the Twin Cities. The programming skills taught in the MFM have also been very valuable. The basics are covered well and can be translated to different programming languages, making it useful knowledge for any related career. In my job as an Analyst in the Business Intelligence and Analytics Group at Target I often have to do programming. Being taught by industry professionals has the added benefit of learning firsthand what work is really like outside of a classroom setting, as well as the different career opportunities available.

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