As a student in the Quantitative Finance program at Stevens, you will have access to many unique educational and real-life advantages, including:
- A first-class curriculum of science, math, computer science, and engineering courses, including our graduate program in Financial Engineering
- Our unparalleled location just 20 minutes from Wall Street allows for essential real-world experience, access to internships and individuals working in the world’s financial center
- Resource-sharing with Stevens’ well-established innovative Business & Technology Program, a model for a 21st-century, high-tech undergraduate business degree
Stevens is Math, Science & Engineering
The Stevens Tradition as a premier science & engineering university since 1871 affords our students a full menu of course offerings in the relevant disciplines: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Financial Engineering, and Decision Sciences.
Stevens is in the World’s Financial Center
The Stevens campus is 20 minutes from Wall Street and 25 minutes from Midtown Manhattan. So, you have easy access to the world’s two largest stock exchanges, two out of three of the country’s top banks, which are headquartered in New York, the world’s major global banks and brokerage firms, and more than 40 of the Fortune 500 firms. Additionally, more than 200 of the Fortune 1000 are located in the surrounding area of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
The breadth of corporate resources, especially on Wall Street, provides students with unparalleled opportunities to make face-to-face contact and build relationships with asset managers, traders, bankers, financial analysts, regulators and policy makers, finance officers and top corporate management.