Linear algebra:Basic topics, including matrix/vector notation, operations on matrices and vectors, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, quadratic forms, and systems of linear equations.
Calculus:Multivariable differentiation and integration, series expansions, and function approximation and maximization.
Probability:Sample spaces and random variables, common distributions and densities, moments of distributions, conditional probability and Bayes’ theorem, the law of large numbers, central limit theorem, joint distributions, covariance, correlation, and stochastic independence.
Stochastic processes:Random walks, Bernoulli trials, Markov processes, basic properties of linear time series models, continuous-time processes, and Ito’s lemma.
Statistics/econometrics:Parameter estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, linear regression models, ordinary least squares, and likelihood principle.
Computer literacy:Students entering the MIT MFin program are expected to possess basic programming skills needed for processing and analyzing data. As part of the degree requirements, all students are required to sit for and pass the Programming Literacy Test. Entering students will take the PLT at the beginning of the summer term using any of the following programming languages: R or Python. Those who do not successfully pass the test will be encouraged to attend coding office hours and required to retake the PLT. Coding office hours will be held throughout the summer term.
HOW DO I FULFILL THESE PREREQUISITES THEY WERENT A PART OF MY UNDERGRAD DEGREE. WHAT CAN IN THE PERIOD OF THREE MONTHS TO FULFILL THESE?
Also, suggest some mfin programmes which accept three-year degrees like MIT AND ROCHESTER.