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The MS in Mathematical Finance & Financial Technology (MSMFT) is not for the faint of heart. This three-semester, 17-month program is for ambitious students, ready to take on a demanding curriculum.

Guided by our faculty, world-renowned scholars, and leading industry practitioners, you’ll master a thoughtfully balanced mix of finance, mathematics, data analytics, and computer programming to gain the tools you need to thrive wherever you set your sights: from investment banks to hedge funds to financial technology companies.

You’ll have the opportunity to complete a summer internship or an industry-sponsored project where you’ll gain valuable practical skills and become more marketable to employers. At Boston University Questrom School of Business, we’re defining the future of Mathematical Finance. Join us.

When reviewing applicants, we consider the whole picture: academic record, quantitative and analytical skills, professional experience, communication skills, and diversity. We aim to create a class filled with a variety of cultures, life experiences, and backgrounds so that your learning environment expands your outlook and sparks new ideas. MSMFT students are collaborative, highly motivated, and consider themselves global citizens.

If you have your sights set on becoming a quantitative analyst, developer, portfolio manager, risk analyst, financial technologist, researcher, consultant, or any other role where your unique skill set will set you apart from the competition, MSMFT is your answer.

Ready to take the next step? We encourage applicants with strong quantitative backgrounds—not just finance—to apply to Questrom. We look forward to hearing from you!


MS in Mathematical Finance & Financial Technology Admissions Deadlines

Entry Date Application Deadline
Fall 2021 November 13, 2020
February 24, 2021
April 21, 2021*
*We will continue to accept applications after the final, Round 3 deadline, however admission will be on a space available basis.