those are good for sell-side not so much for buy-side. for buy side:Math - Stochastic Processes. Applied Linear Algebra. PDE's and ODE's. Although you can't go wrong with a bunch of those choices
CS - Algorithms, data structures, not sure about the others.
Take a look at the required courses at MFE websites and try to match courses based on that. There's a ton of overlap between those required courses and those screenshots you shared. : )
Thank you. Any advice on securing a quant role directly after undergrad? I have a 4.0 right now and can definitely graduate with a 3.8+.those are good for sell-side not so much for buy-side. for buy side:
CS: algorithms, scientific computation, prob and stat modeling for computer science, software engineering, intro to artifical intelligence, machine learning, maybe database systems, computer vision, and scientific visualization
math: real analysis, discrete mathematics, numerical analysis, applied linear algebra, optimization, probability, mathematics for data analytics, maybe fourier analysis and mathematical finance
take those courses, do well and have a high gpa, should not have problem landing a quant role without needing an MFE if you are from a t10 public.