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Elective Courses – Examples

List of 65 courses not offered by the MAFN program and taken as electives by the MAFN students in the last two years:

(Phd) Foundations Of Optimization: DROMB9118

(Phd) Foundations Of Stochastic Modeling: DROMB9119

Accounting For Value: ACCTB8022

Adv Analytic Techniques: QMSSG5018

Advanced Corporate Finance: FINCB8307

Advanced Data Analysis: STATW4291

Advanced Machine Learning: STATW5242

Advanced Software Engineering: COMSW4156

Algorithms For Data Science: CSORW4246

Analysis & Probability: MATHG6151

Analysis Of Algorithms: CSORW4231

Applied Data Science: STATW4243

Applied Deep Learning: COMSW4995

Applied Financial Risk Management: IEORE4745

Applied Machine Learning: COMSW4995

Artificial Intelligence: COMSW4701

Asset Management: FINCB7323

Bayesian Statistics: STATW4224

Computer Networks: CSEEW4119

Cost-Benefit Analysis: INAFU6016

Decision Models & Managem: PUAFU6033

Deep Learning: COMSW4995

Defining/Dev Winning Strategies: MRKTB8625

Earnings Quality & Fundam: ACCTB8008

Elementary Stochastic Proceses: STATW5207

Elements Data Sci First C: COMSW4995

Empirical Corporate Finance: FINCB9329

Entrepreneurial Business Creation: IEORE4550

Fin Tech & Data Driven In: STATG5293

Foundations Of Operations: DROMB9150

Functions Of A Complex Variable APMAE4204

Game Theory: ECONW4415

Honors Complex Variables :MATHW4065

Intro Modern Analysis: MATHW4061

Intro Modern Analysis II: MATHW4062

Intro To Blockchain Tech: ELENE6883

Intro-Probability & Stati: IEORE4150

Introduction To Data Science: STATW5206

Introduction To Databases: COMSW4111

Linear Regression Models: STATW4205

Machine Learning: COMSW4771

Machine Learning Soc Sci: QMSSG5073

Machine Learning& High – Dimensional Da: IEORE6617

Multivariate Stat Inference: STATW4223

Natural Lang Proc Soc Sci: QMSSG5067

Natural Language Processes: COMSW4705

Neural Networks & Deep Learning: ECBME4040

Optimization I: IEORE6613

Optimization Models And Methods: IEORE4004

Partial Differential Equations: APMAE4200

Pricing Models For Financial Engineering: IEORE4620

Probability II: MATHG6153

Probability Theory: STATW4203

Programming Lang & Translators: COMSW4115

Public Economics: ECONW4465

Quantitative Corporate Finance: IEORE4403

Simulation: IEORE4404

Social Network Analysis: QMSSG5062

Stat Inf/Time-Series Mode: STATG4263

Statistical Machine Learn: STATW5241

Statistical Methods In Fi: STATW4261

Statistical Methods In Fi: STATW5261

Structured&Hybrid Product: IEORE4735

Topology: MATHW4051

SPRING 2021

In the Spring 2021 semester, we had 62 registered students, of which 55 were full-time second semester students and 7 were part-time students.  The students took on average 1.48 of approved electives courses each, to a total of 23 electives. Here is the distribution across departments and schools:

The 97 electives were made up of 18 different courses – approved elective courses that count towards the degree.  In addition, a few students took courses that do not count toward the degree, such as language courses or undergraduate programming courses.

Here is a list of all electives with 2 or more MAFN students enrolled:

Note: There is never any guarantee that these particular courses will be offered in the future. There is no guarantee that any particular student will be able to secure a seat in any of these courses.

To look up courses when they become available; Refer to Directory of ClassesVergilCourseWorks

Fall 2020

In the Fall of 2020, we had 161 registered students, of which 52 were full-time first-semester students, 99 were full-time third-semester students, and 10 were part-time students.
The students took on average two of approved electives courses each, to a total of 510 electives. Here is the distribution across departments and schools:

The category “Mathematics” includes finance electives offered by the MAFN program.

The 355different courses electives were made up of 40 different courses – approved elective courses that count towards the degree.  In addition, a few students took courses that do not count toward the degree, such as language courses or undergraduate programming courses.

Here is a list of all electives with 3 or more MAFN students enrolled.

Note: There is never any guarantee that these particular courses will be offered in the future. There is no guarantee that any particular student will be able to secure a seat in any of these courses.

To look up courses when they become available; Refer to Directory of Classes, Vergil, CourseWorks

Spring 2020

In the Spring 2020, we had 114 registered students, of which 106 were full-time second semester students and 8 were part-time students.  The students took on average 1.42 of approved electives courses each, to a total of 21 electives. Here is the distribution across departments and schools:

The 162 electives were made up of 21 different courses – approved elective courses that count towards the degree.  In addition, a few students took courses that do not count toward the degree, such as language courses or undergraduate programming courses.

Here is a list of all electives with 3 or more MAFN students enrolled.

Note: There is never any guarantee that these particular courses will be offered in the future. There is no guarantee that any particular student will be able to secure a seat in any of these courses.

To look up courses when they become available; Refer to Directory of Classes, Vergil, CourseWorks

Fall 2019

In the Fall of 2019, we had 203 registered students, of which 107 were full-time first-semester students, 85 were full-time third-semester students, and 11 were part-time students.
The students took on average 1.8 of approved electives courses each, to a total of 372 electives. Here is the distribution across departments and schools:

The category “Mathematics” includes finance electives offered by the MAFN program.

The 372 electives were made up of 56 different courses – approved elective courses that count towards the degree.  In addition, a few students took courses that do not count toward the degree, such as language courses or undergraduate programming courses.

Here is a list of all electives with 3 or more MAFN students enrolled.

Note: There is never any guarantee that these particular courses will be offered in the future. There is no guarantee that any particular student will be able to secure a seat in any of these courses.

To look up courses, refer to Directory of Classes, Vergil, CourseWorks

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