Mathematical Finance (MFIN)

MFIN-3071 Internship
Description
Internships may be arranged with businesses, nonprofit institutions, and government agencies. The job must include analysis based on tools learned in the course of completing the MFIN major. The workload requirements are expected to be similar to those of typical MFIN courses carrying the same number of hours of credit. Must be taken pass/fail. Prerequisites: ACCT 1301, ECON 1312, MATH 1312 and permission of the program chair.
Credits
0 credits
Level
Upper Division
MFIN-3171 Internship
Description
Internships may be arranged with businesses, nonprofit institutions, and government agencies. The job must include analysis based on tools learned in the course of completing the MFIN major. The workload requirements are expected to be similar to those of typical MFIN courses carrying the same number of hours of credit. Must be taken pass/fail. Prerequisites: ACCT 1301, ECON 1312, MATH 1312 and permission of the program chair.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
MFIN-3271 Internship
Description
Internships may be arranged with businesses, nonprofit institutions, and government agencies. The job must include analysis based on tools learned in the course of completing the MFIN major. The workload requirements are expected to be similar to those of typical MFIN courses carrying the same number of hours of credit. Must be taken pass/fail. Prerequisites: ACCT 1301, ECON 1312, MATH 1312 and permission of the program chair.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
MFIN-3371 Internship
Description
Internships may be arranged with businesses, nonprofit institutions, and government agencies. The job must include analysis based on tools learned in the course of completing the MFIN major. The workload requirements are expected to be similar to those of typical MFIN courses carrying the same number of hours of credit. Must be taken pass/fail. Prerequisites: ACCT 1301, ECON 1312, MATH 1312 and permission of the program chair.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
E. Cabral Balreira
E. Cabral Balreira, Ph.D.
Program Director
Professor, Mathematics
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Julio Roberto Hasfura-Buenaga, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mathematics
John Huston
John H. Huston, Ph.D.
Professor, Economics
Ricardo Manuel Santos
Ricardo Manuel Santos, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Economics
Eugenio Dante Suarez
Eugenio Dante Suarez, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Finance and Decision Sciences
Shage Zhang
Shage Zhang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Finance and Decision Sciences

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