College of Business > Academics > Department of Finance > Graduate Programs > Computational Finance (MS)
Unlock future career options by solving complex problems in portfolio management, risk management and financial engineering. The Computational Finance MS gives you the tools to understand existing financial models in quantitative and mathematical contexts. You’ll understand business and technical perspectives: this program is offered jointly from the College of Computing and Digital Media and the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.
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For international students: this program is a
STEM-designated program, which can qualify you to extend your post-graduation stay in the United States.
The Computational Finance master’s program is designed to meet the industry-wide need for financial professionals with exceptional programming skills, as well as in-depth understanding of financial concepts and business language. Study in the heart of Chicago’s financial district and have access to numerous institutions such as JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Belvedere Trading LLC.
Submit an online application, résumé, essay, official transcripts and GMAT/GRE scores.
You’ll take a total of 52 credit hours, including a mix of required and elective courses.
of 2016 Kellstadt graduates were in jobs related to their field
More than 92% of responded 2016 program graduates were employed full-time or part-time within six months of graduation
Become an expert in financial concepts and business language with direction from faculty members like Associate Professor Carl Luft. Learn how technology is rapidly evolving and how it will impact you as a future computational finance professional. You will study key financial principles that will come to life via Bloomberg Terminals and visualization graphs.
"The diverse courses offered within the Computational Finance program at DePaul University, a mix of business and computer science courses, will prepare you for the job market. It helped me develop a firm understanding of business and financial theory, as well as develop my technical programming skills."
Become part of DePaul's extensive finance alumni network that includes executives at some of the nation's largest institutions. Students and alumni also have access to DePaul's finance industry-related centers, including the Arditti Center for Risk Management, Center for Financial Services and Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Kellstadt awarded more than $3 million to incoming students last year. Learn more about scholarship opportunities available to you.
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