|CSAS 1114||Intro to Program Design I||3|
|MATH 1501||Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 1511||Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 1611||Intro to Discrete Mathematics||3|
|PHIL 1204||Symbolic Logic (recommended)||3|
|ECON 1402||Principles of Economics I||3|
|ECON 1403||Principles of Economics II||3|
|MATH 2511||Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 2711||Intro Probability - Statistics||4|
|MATH 2813||Linear Algebra||4|
|BACC 2103||Financial Accounting||3|
|BFIN 2201||Business Finance||3|
|MATH 3711||Statistical Analysis||3|
|MATH 6721||Financial Calculus||3|
|MATH 6722||Adv Topics Financial Calculus||3|
|Select four of the following five BFIN courses:||12|
|Futures, Options and Other Derivatives|
|Fixed Income Analysis|
Junior-Senior Year courses taken at Seton Hall towards the M.S. in Financial Analytics:
If a student chooses to take all 4 courses at Seton Hall, only three will be accepted for elective credits at Stevens. Additionally the students will come with knowledge of R and Python which are required programming languages for the MSFA program. Should the student need a refresher they would be advised on necessary prerequisites. Students must attain a minimum grade of B in any SHU course to transfer to Stevens.
In the case when the student decides to opt for a Master thesis option the student will replace the elective in Fall with FA 900 3 credits and the FA 800 in the spring with FA 900 for another 3 credits.
The MSFA program requires completion of 30 credits. Other courses may be substituted to those listed pending the Advisor's approval.
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