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C++ Programming for Financial Engineering
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Python for Finance with Intro to Data Science
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<blockquote data-quote="khoatran" data-source="post: 286355" data-attributes="member: 41009"><p>Hey so Im admitted as well. I took a look at the syllabus of some courses and yes I can see that some courses only have catchy names while dont have solid technical materials as I would expect. On the other hand, there are some courses seem to have solid materials. So I guess we just have to be careful in choosing what courses to attend.</p></blockquote><p></p>
[QUOTE="khoatran, post: 286355, member: 41009"] Hey so Im admitted as well. I took a look at the syllabus of some courses and yes I can see that some courses only have catchy names while dont have solid technical materials as I would expect. On the other hand, there are some courses seem to have solid materials. So I guess we just have to be careful in choosing what courses to attend. [/QUOTE]