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Baruch MFE The 2021-2022 Pre-MFE Program at Baruch College

dstefan

Baruch MFE Director
The Financial Engineering Program at Baruch College offers a Pre-MFE Program for people interested in pursuing graduate studies in financial engineering, as well as for finance practitioners interested in studying the mathematical fundamentals behind financial models.

Note: All the 2021-2022 Pre-MFE seminars
will be offered online, via Zoom
. The times are 7-10pm New York time. For the first time, there is no need to be physically located in New York to take these seminars.

Registration is now open and enrollment in each seminar is limited to 40 students.

October - December 2021
Pre-MFE online seminars
(The Pre-MFE Program at Baruch College):
- Advanced Calculus with Financial Engineering Applications (October 20 – December 15, 2021; on-line, syllabus attached)
- Probability Theory for Financial Applications (October 19 – December 14, 2021; on-line, syllabus attached)

Enrollment in each seminar is limited to 40 people.

Feedback from Pre-MFE seminars participants in previous years can be found at http://mfe.baruch.cuny.edu/pre-mfe-seminars-feedback/
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Registration Process: The seminars are offered in the evenings on an eight session schedule, each session being four hours long: 7-10pm Lecture, 10-11pm Review Session

To apply for enrollment, send an email to baruch.mfe@baruch.cuny.edu with the following documents:
- a current version of your resume
- a one page statement detailing your career and educational goals, as well as how the Pre-MFE Program seminars align with those goals
- indicate the seminar(s) for which you intend to register
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Pre-MFE Seminars:

Advanced Calculus with Financial Engineering Applications
Dates: October 20 – December 15, 2021
Instructor: Rados Radoicic, Baruch MFE Program Faculty

Probability Theory for Financial Engineering
Dates: October 19 – December 14, 2021
Instructor: Ivan Matic, Baruch MFE Program Faculty

Numerical Linear Algebra for Financial Engineering
Dates: January – March, 2022
Instructor: Dan Stefanica, Baruch MFE Program Director

Advanced Calculus with Financial Engineering Applications
Dates: January – March, 2022
Instructor: Rados Radoicic, Baruch MFE Program Faculty

Probability Theory for Financial Engineering
Dates: January – March, 2022
Instructor: Elena Kosygina, Baruch MFE Program Faculty

The syllabi for the first two seminars are attached.
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More information can be found at The Pre-MFE Program at Baruch College
 

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dstefan

Baruch MFE Director
An Information Session for the Baruch Pre-MFE Program will take place on Tuesday, October 12, 7pm NY time. Professors Ivan Matic and Rados Radoicic, the instructors of the Fall 2021 Pre-MFE seminars, and Professor Dan Stefanica, the director of the Baruch MFE-Program will answer questions and provide further information on all of our programs.

Registration:
Information Session for Baruch Pre-MFE Program
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Note: All the Pre-MFE seminars will be offered online, via Zoom. The times are 7-11 pm New York time; three-hour lecture followed by a one hour review session.

There is no need to be physically located in New York to take these seminars. Last year, our Pre-MFE students came from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America.
 
Are there any seats available for advanced calculus? If not so, I wonder if these wonderful programs will be kept online next year?
 

dstefan

Baruch MFE Director
Are there any seats available for advanced calculus? If not so, I wonder if these wonderful programs will be kept online next year?
The program will be offered online this year. While there are still seats, students should send in their resume and one page statement right away since the seminar will start on Wednesday next week.
 
Right now, the website says Registration is closed for Jan-March 2022 cohort. Is it because they haven't opened yet or because the seats have been filled?
 
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