Dr. Khaldoun Khashanah leading a course in the Hanlon Lab.
Students in the Financial Engineering program learn to apply mathematics, computational techniques and statistical analyses in solving real business problems.

The master’s in Financial Engineering offers professionals a cutting-edge blend of applied mathematics, computational techniques and statistical analyses, combined with basic financial and economic theory. Because of the highly technical nature of a financial engineer's work, students are required to have an academic or professional background that prepares them to excel in such an environment.

Application deadlines

Full-time applications to the Financial Engineering 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 Engineering master’s program is very competitive. To be considered for this program, your application must include the following.