Admission requirements

Ideal candidates for the program will have a strong background in statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering or a related discipline, or will have several years' experience working in finance with an interest in exploring these disciplines in great depth. 

Application Deadlines

Full-time applications to the Financial Analytics program are accepted in three distinct cycles. To be considered for admission, all materials must be submitted by the deadline.

Application Cycle

Application Deadline

Application Decision

Acceptance Deadline

Priority

Oct. 15

Dec. 1

Jan. 15

Standard

Jan. 15

March 1

Included in admission offer

Final

April 15

May 1

June 1

Part-time applications to this program are accepted on a rolling basis.

Admission Criteria

Admission to the Financial Technology and Analytics master’s program is competitive. GMAT and GRE scores are optional, but candidates applying to this program are encouraged to submit them with their application. To be considered for this program, your application must include the following.

Experience Recommended

You may apply to the Financial Technologies and Analytics program without any work experience, but students without work experience will need excellent academic credentials from their undergraduate work, with a degree in statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering, or another math or science discipline. 

For finance professionals interested in working in an analyst capacity, work experience is preferred. To keep up with the technical nature of coursework, computer science and statistics skills also are required. 

A list of general Stevens admissions criteria is available at the Office of Graduate Academics.