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M.S. in Financial Technology & Analytics and M.S. in Statistics Dual Degree Master's Program

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Master of Science


School of Business Graduate Program


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Stevens School of Business and Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) offer a highly-coordinated dual degree program in Statistics and Financial Technology and Analytics making you an expert in financial data analysis using technological tools and statistical methods. At the end of the program, you will get a Master’s degree in Statistics from AUEB and a Master’s degree in Financial Technology & Analytics from the Stevens School of Business.

In the first year, you will enroll full-time at AUEB, taking courses within the MSc in Statistics program (60 ECT units). Then you will enroll full-time at the Stevens School of Business, taking courses within the MS in Financial Technology and Analytics program (at least 21 credits). You will receive a diploma from each school after completion (approximately 24 months).

Program Benefits:

Specialized Skillset: You'll possess a unique blend of skills in finance and technology, coupled with a strong statistical and analytical foundation.

Versatility: Gain the ability to navigate the banking, investment, and insurance sectors with a deep understanding of how statistical data and technology influences financial markets and services.

Innovation: Your expertise will contribute to developing new FinTech innovations that enhance the efficiency, security, and accessibility in financial services.


  • Quantitative Analyst

  • Data Scientist

  • Financial Engineer

  • Fintech Product Manager

  • Algorithmic Trader

  • Business Intelligence Analyst

Stevens Institute of Technology logoStevens Institute of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology is a premier, private research university in Hoboken, New Jersey, overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Since its founding in 1870, technological innovation and entrepreneurship have been the hallmarks of Stevens’ education and research. Within the university’s four schools, Stevens prepares its more than 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students for an increasingly complex and technology-centric world. Our exceptional students collaborate closely with world-class faculty in an interdisciplinary, student-centric, entrepreneurial environment, readying them to fuel the innovation economy. Academic and research programs spanning finance, computing, engineering and the arts expand the frontiers of science and leverage technology to confront the most challenging problems of our time. Stevens is consistently ranked among the nation’s leaders in ROI and career services and is in the top 1% nationally of colleges with the highest-paid graduates.

About the Stevens M.S. Financial Technology and Analytics Program

Steven School of Business MS Financial Technology and Analytics degree covers a range of topics in financial technology and data science, including financial technology, blockchain technologies and decentralized finance, digital payment technologies and trends, applied statistics with applications in finance, introduction to financial risk management, and time series with applications to finance or advanced financial econometrics. You will be well-equipped to lead financial technology and data science teams in both start-ups and established financial firms.

The Financial Technology and Analytics program has two concentrations:

• The Financial Data Science concentration focuses on Data Analysis and Machine Learning applications to Finance. 

• The Financial Technology concentration is focused on the newest emerging technologies.

You are required to choose one of the concentrations, and additionally customize your degree with a set of elective courses, including the chance to pursue a structured specialization tailored to your career interests. A close collaboration between you and your faculty advisor will help you select the right classes for your future. 

Core Courses

Select 2 or 3 elective courses from the M.S. Financial Technology and Analytics curriculum. Course load dependent on taking FE 610 at Stevens School of Business or Stochastic Calculus at AUEB. Courses must be approved by faculty advisor.

Athens University of Economics and Business AUEB horizontal logoAthens University of Economics and Business (AUEB)

The Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) is the premier Economics and Business University in Greece and the third oldest University in the country. It’s three schools, comprised of eight departments, offer state-of-the-art studies in areas such as Economics, International Relations, Management, Accounting, Marketing, Informatics and Statistics.

The University offers 29 Masters programs, many of which taught entirely in English, attracting students from both Greece and abroad. In addition, AUEB attracts more than 250 Erasmus+ students per year, ranking the University as second in Greece in terms of its percentage of incoming international Erasmus+ students. The high quality of staff, many of whom have been educated abroad, and the campus location in downtown Athens make for an international institution at the forefront of regional and global education and research.

About the AUEB M.S. Statistics Program

AUEB's MSc Statistics degree covers Probability Theory, Statistical Inference, Applied Statistics, Computational Statistics and Theory and Applications of Stochastic Processes. You will gain specialized knowledge in the main areas of Statistics and Probability, enabling you to scientifically resolve quantitative problems that arise in public and private sectors.


You must complete the compulsory courses in your first semester at AUEB. You can select two out of the three academic cycles in your second semester. View more details on AUEB's MSc Statistics program.

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