The mathematical finance major is an interdisciplinary study of financial markets. As financial institutions rely on sophisticated mathematical models to measure and manage risk, students use critical thinking gained from a combined study of economics, finance, and mathematics.
What You'll Study
By the Numbers
Faculty are invested in your success—in more ways than one
With finance and economics are at the core of their expertise, mathematical finance faculty are globally connected.
Outside the classroom, real-world financial opportunities await.
Internships provide hands-on experiences in mathematical finance and economics. Students have held internship positions at USAA, Fidelity Investments, Capgemini, and Gallagher Insurance, among others.
In addition to Trinity’s study abroad opportunities through the Center for International Engagement, students also have the option to spend a semester at the London School of Economics studying international trends in global financial markets.
When You Graduate
Model change in global markets and financial investments.
Tigers leave Trinity armed with the skills to stay ahead of the curve, even during periods of volatility and uncertainty.
Students who graduate with the mathematical finance major pursue careers across corporate commerce and banking, including investment and finance.
Graduate Schools or Programs:
- Applied Financial
- Applied Mathematics
- Mathematical Finance
- Actuarial Science
- Commercial Banking
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Planning
- Investment Banking
- Money Management
- Real Estate
Notable Companies who have Hired Trinity Graduates:
- Liberty Mutual