Courses under this program:
Course 1: Foundations of Modern Finance I
A mathematically rigorous framework to understand financial markets delivered with data-driven insights from MIT professors.
Course 2: Foundations of Modern Finance II
Learn fundamental principles of modern finance, including valuation models, methods for risk analysis, derivative instruments and investment management.
Course 3: Financial Accounting
How do investors, creditors, and other users analyze financial statements to assess corporate performance. Learn financial accounting, how to read financial statements, and input valuation models for better corporate finance decision-making.
Course 4: Mathematical Methods for Quantitative Finance
Learn the mathematical foundations essential for financial engineering and quantitative finance: linear algebra, optimization, probability, stochastic processes, statistics, and applied computational techniques in R.
Course 5: Derivatives Markets: Advanced Modeling and Strategies
Financial derivatives are ubiquitous in global capital markets. Students will obtain a sophisticated understanding of valuation methods; tools for quantifying, hedging, and speculating on risk; and a basic familiarity with major markets and instruments.