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GaTech QCF quant vs MS FRM

Hi all, I have been accepted to Georgia Tech MS QCF program for next year, but am wondering if anyone had good advice on the value of this program vs a specialized risk management MS (I have a very good offer from UConn). I want to do risk management or sustainable investing after getting my masters. Specifically, I want to work with sustainability and environmental risk. I don't want to get into the more programming/math heavy developer or trading jobs that definitely require quant MS. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
 
I think QCF is a super programming/math oriented program.
If you are not intending to develop those skills, QCF is not worthy at all.
 
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