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University of Michigan

Degree:
Master of Science in Financial Engineering (M.S.F.E.)

Program Description:
The University of Michigan program integrates finance, applied math and engineering. The degree falls under the school of engineering. A balance of math, engineering, physics and finance classes comprise the curriculum. Prerequisites for the program cover accounting, economics, electrical engineering, math and statistics.

Location:
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Program Age:
11 years

Term:
36 credit hours (15 to 16 courses), usually completed in three to four semesters

Class Size:
50

Placement:
Average starting salary for graduates is $79,000.

Web Site:
interpro-academics.engin.umich.edu/fep

Director:
Nejat Seyhun. Seyhun received a Ph.D. from the University of Rochester, Graduate School of Management. His current research focuses on the backdating of executive options, risk-return trade-off in asset prices, intraday impact of insider trading, long-run performance of IPOs, managerial overconfidence, Chinese walls and conflicts of interests in securities firms, options pricing, and conflict between information efficiency and rewards to information gathering.



Who Selected the Top Ten Programs?

Carnegie Mellon University

Columbia University

Cornell University

New York University (Courant Institute)

Princeton University

Rutgers University

Stanford University

University of California at Berkeley
(Haas School of Business)

University of Chicago

University of Michigan

Honorable mentions:
Baruch College
Boston University
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Toronto


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