Master's in Quantitative Finance

Combines Quantitative and Computer Skills With Financial Theory and Applications

Do you dream of the opportunity to become a financial steward for individuals, corporations, or other organizations? Drexel LeBow’s STEM-designated Master’s in Quantitative Finance degree program will prepare you to become a leader in the financial realm.

Designed to combine quantitative and computer skills with financial theory and applications, our students become well-versed in several areas including risk management, financial engineering and portfolio analysis. Student gain skills that include data analysis, data mining and forecasting and have access to many resources including Bloomberg Terminals, FactSet, Compustat and much more.

This program provides great preparation for Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Many students seek level 1 certification while enrolled in this program. Students may also choose to seek Bloomberg and FactSet certifications.

With the opportunity for real-world application through our internship and consulting opportunities, your career in finance begins well before graduation.

MS in Quantitative Finance Program Details

  • 45-credit plan of study
  • Offered in a traditional face-to-face classroom setting
  • Full-time students can complete the program in 24 months with a break between years one and two
  • Part-time completion times vary by student
  • Program begins in the fall term; however students interested in beginning the program during winter, spring and summer terms may reach out to the Office of Admissions to inquire about course availability
  • This program is STEM designated

Plan of Study and Course Requirements for a Master of Science in Quantitative Finance

Review a sample plan of study for our Master of Science in Quantitative Finance degree program.

Graduate Minors

Graduate minors highlight Drexel’s collaborative and interdisciplinary spirit by allowing you to take interrelated graduate-level courses outside of your major graduate program. Enrich your graduate studies in finance with supplemental knowledge and skills that provide additional professional expertise.

Examples of minors that may benefit MS in Quantitative Finance students include: Business Analytics, Computer Science, Economics and Healthcare Informatics.

A full list of optional graduate minors can be found on the Drexel Course Catalog.

MS in Quantitative Finance Admissions Requirements

If you want to learn more about Drexel LeBow’s Master of Science in Quantitative Finance program, you can attend an information session or request additional information. Ready to apply? Use our online application form to get started.

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