I'm not sure this is the right place to ask this question, but I was considering taking some math undergraduate classes at Baruch, mainly because if I plan on applying MFE where else better to take some ugrad than Baruch. ANy suggestions? I have taken up to calc II and no computer classes and will graduate may 09 so i'm pretty sure I have to get on top of it now. Also i'm a finance major. Thanks I appreciate any comments or suggestions.
Most successful applicants either work in finance or took courses as part of their education. You can still apply without doing either but you'll take your chance.
I took "Intro to Finance to Science Grad students" where I was introduced to options, derivatives, etc so that's how I learn about FE. You can find that courses at many local colleges.
You should make an appointment to see a counselor in the Math dept. They will tell you which courses to take next. I think at Baruch, that person is Prof. Kosygina.