Financial Mathematics program will provide advanced expertise in mathematics to enable students to analyze markets, manage investments and evaluate risk. Students of the program gain a solid understanding of mathematics, finance and the relation between the two and have ample opportunity to pursue their career goals through the abundant opportunities available at Ryerson University, including world class researchers in Financial Mathematics, and the surrounding community.
First-year studies will consist of classes in modern mathematics, financial accounting, managerial finance and computer science. In subsequent years, students take courses in calculus, geometry, dynamic systems, differential equations, probability and statistics, investment analysis, microeconomics, computational methods, numerical analysis, stochastic calculations, investment analysis, applied linear algebra, and financial risk management.
Students may find career opportunities with private companies or government in roles such as investment professional, auditor, accountant, financial manager, business service manager, systems analyst, computer programmer or mathematician.
For questions about the job application process, co-op fees, potential employers, typical co-op employment rates etc. please contact the Co-op Program Specialist.
Taryn De Ruyter
For questions about academic matters such as: co-op admission requirements, requests for alternate work and academic term sequences, when to apply to get into co-op, grades for co-op work terms, work term reports etc. please contact the Faculty Advisor.
Dr. Pablo Olivares