Program Overview & Degrees
Master's of Science
The Master of Science program consists of 10 courses for a total of 30 credits. Students wishing to enroll in any of the FE programs must have an undergraduate degree in an engineering or science discipline, and must have completed coursework in:
- Calculus and Differential Equations,
- Probability and Statistics,
- Linear Algebra, and
- Programming Languages C++ or Java and Spreadsheets.
Students must also some basic knowledge in FE. Students without this background should enroll in FE 530. Note that FE 530 cannot be used as a course for a FE degree.
MBA in Technology Management with a Financial Engineering Concentration
The Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management (WJHSTM) in conjunction with SSE offer a unique program which combines the quantitative elements of an engineering degree with the business topics typically taught in a MBA program. The program is designed so that students from various backgrounds can tailor their educational experience to meet their career objectives. To learn more about this option, click here.
The following four-course Graduate Certificates can be applied towards the Master of Science in Financial Engineering:
- Financial Engineering
- Software Engineering in Finance
- Financial Software Engineering
- Financial Risk Engineering
The following Stevens Graduate Certificates can also be applied towards a MS in Financial Engineering:
The program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree is designed to develop your ability to perform research or high-level design in Financial Engineering. For more details on the Doctoral Program and Requirements, please visit our Doctoral Studies page.