Johns Hopkins Engineering recently launched a new master's degree program in financial mathematics that can be completed online.
The new program is accepting applications from students wanting to start as early as the summer 2016 term. They will ultimately complete ten online courses in subjects like financial derivatives, risk management, data analysis, Monte Carlo methods, and quantitative portfolio theory.
An advanced education has become a key enabler in reaching higher-level positions in portfolio management, risk management, and trading, said David Audley, chair of the new program.
Interested students can attend a free online information session on Thursday, May 12, 2016, from 7 to 8 p.m. EDT.