Master of Science in Financial Engineering and Risk Management
The Master of Science in Financial Engineering and Risk Management (MS FERM) is a 36 semester-credit-hour STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and cohort degree program at the Naveen Jindal School of Management that provides students with the practical and theoretical knowledge needed by those pursuing careers in quantitative finance. Students learn the quantitative skills required to analyze financial information, engineer financial products and manage risks in any business enterprise. Financial data analytics and risk management are becoming two of the hottest fields in finance, and this program is designed to help students succeed in these areas.
To apply for the MS in Financial Engineering and Risk Management degree program, an undergraduate degree is required (all majors are considered).
MS in FERM Program Details
Required: GMAT/GRE, Bachelor's degree
18-24 month time frame
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Financial aid available
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Yun Ting Lee, Class of 2018Quantitative Analyst Intern, Comerica Bank Headquarters
“This program teaches me all the necessary financial knowledge and applications, improves my business communication skills, and prepares me well for job interviews. As a result, I successfully had my career change and secured an internship position as a quantitative analyst at Comerica through an on-campus interview arranged by the FERM program.” Read more.
Sneha Venkataraman, Class of 2018Risk Manager Intern, American Express
“FERM has taught me to understand the impact of our work on the global economy, in a multicultural collaborative classroom environment. The program is well structured, that by the end of 2 semesters I had all ammunitions to take on the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) certification exam conducted by Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).” Read more.
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You can complete the MS in FERM program while you work full time.
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