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Minor in Quantitative Finance and Insurance

Program Requirements

Minor in Quantitative Finance and Insurance (24 credits)

18

credits:

MAST 218 Multivariable Calculus I (3.00)
MAST 221 Applied Probability (3.00)
MAST 333 Applied Statistics (3.00)
MAST 335 Investment Mathematics (3.00)
MAST 336 Insurance Mathematics (3.00)
MACF 301 Introduction to Quantitative Finance (3.00)

Note: Students enrolled in a Mathematics and Statistics program who take probability/statistics courses in other departments may not receive credit for MAST 221 and MAST 333.

6

credits of elective courses chosen from Finance Courses at the 400 level or from the following courses, with prior departmental approval:

MACF 401 Mathematical and Computational Finance I (3.00)
MACF 402 Mathematical and Computational Finance II (3.00)
MAST 223 Introduction to Stochastic Methods of Operations Research (3.00)
MAST 234 Linear Algebra and Applications I (3.00)
MAST 324 Introduction to Optimization (3.00)
MAST 330 Differential Equations (3.00)
MAST 397 Topics in Mathematics and Statistics (3.00)
MAST 398 Reading Course in Mathematics and Statistics (3.00)
STAT 380 Statistical Learning (3.00)

Note: Students enrolled in a Mathematics and Statistics program who take probability/statistics courses in other departments may not receive credit for MAST 223.

Note: FINA 395 , FINA 412 and FINA 413 cannot be taken for credit toward this minor.

Note: No more than six credits can be from Finance Courses.

Notes

  • In the event that a student is awarded an exemption from a required course, it will be necessary for the student to replace that course with an elective course relevant to the program, in consultation with an undergraduate program advisor.
  • Students are responsible for satisfying their particular degree requirements.

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