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.
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
Admissions & Application
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.
Get in Touch
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