MBA Program with Specialization in Computational FinanceThe MBA program at Purdue's Krannert School of Management offers the possibility of obtaining an MBA with Specialization in Computational Finance by completing additional courses related to the mathematical and computational aspects of quantitative finance. These courses are also required in the Mathematics MS and Statistics MS programs with CF specializations, and as such, require a significant amount of mathematical maturity. An adequate preparation for the most mathematical of these courses is satisfactory performance in a first graduate course in Real Analysis (MA 504), and a first graduate course in Probability Theory (MA/STAT 519).
The following courses are required for the MBA with CF Specialization:
|Mathematics of Finance||MA 515 / STAT 598F or STAT 540||(3 cr.)|
|Adv. Probability, Options, and Num. Methods||MA 516 / STAT 598G or STAT 541||(3 cr.)|
|Simulation Design and Analysis||IE 581||(3 cr.)|
4 or more credit hours approved by the CF committee from the following list:
Admission into the program is via the MBA program's standard on-line application here. The Purdue Graduate School on-line application should not be used. Please direct all questions regarding admissions procedures to the MBA admissions office.
All other inquiries relative to the CF Specialization of the MBA program should be addressed to Professor A.C. Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)