Stuart School of Business
Chicago, Illinois, United States
The Master of Mathematical Finance (MMF) program at Illinois Tech is a professional (non-thesis) interdisciplinary program offered jointly by the Department of Applied Mathematics in the College of Science and IIT Stuart School of Business.
The Master of Mathematical Finance was ranked 23rd by The Financial Engineer (2015), and ranked in the top 25 mathematical finance programs by QuantNet (2013).
Master's Degree, MAS, Masters
The MMF program provides individuals interested in pursuing careers in financial risk management with advanced education in theoretical, computational, and business aspects of quantitative methodologies relevant to the financial industry. Bachelor's degree in mathematics, engineering, or equivalent (minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0)
GRE: 310 [quantitative + verbal], 2.5 [analytical writing])
Applicants from Non-English-speaking countries must submit TOEFL scores (a minimum paper based score of 600, computer-based score of 250, and Internet-based score of 100)
Letters of Recommendation