Financial Mathematics Modeling

Financial mathematics are tools used in the valuation and the determination of yields on investments and costs of financing arrangements.1

Financial institutions, insurance companies, corporate treasuries, and major corporations require analysts with highly developed skills in financial mathematics to bring efficiency and rigor to financial markets and the investment process. The area is quickly becoming a critical component of regulation for the financial markets.

The Certificate in Financial Mathematics Modeling is an excellent complement to other skills sets adult professionals may already possess. It will be of interest to professionals who have a background in economics, math, science, engineering, or finance and for those who are seeking career advancement, career portability, and career longevity. The certificate will attract employees of financial institutions in general, risk managers, fund managers, traders, financial controllers, accounting and actuarial personnel, and central bankers.

1Drake, Pamela Peterson, and Frank J. Fabozzi. Finance: Capital Markets, Financial Management, and Investment Management. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009.