MS in Financial Engineering

MS in Financial Engineering Students 2022

A cutting-edge, 31 credit-hour program.

Program Overview

The Lehigh MS in Financial Engineering program is a cutting-edge, 31 credit-hour program designed to provide a strong education in advanced finance and quantitative financial analysis tools using key concepts from financial theory, applied mathematics, and engineering. With these building blocks, graduates will become instrumental in the creation of innovative solutions for real financial problems, using state of the art analytical techniques and computing technology. 

This challenging program can be completed in 1 year. Students will often attend class with Ph.D. students. The curriculum is intended for career opportunities in areas such as portfolio management, securities trading, investment banking, risk management, and financial information systems. 


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Interpretability and Reinforcement Learning - 2021 Quant / Financial Engineering Conference


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MSFE Graduate Success

Graduate Success

MS in Financial Engineering Graduates enjoy successful careers with risk management groups, data analytics companies, and hedge fund firms.

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MFE Professor of the Year Award

Professor Daniel Conus, Program Director / Mathematics, won the 2021 MFE Professor of the Year Award.

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MSFE Podcast

The Quant/Financial Engineering Podcast

This podcast, hosted by Program Manager Patrick Zoro, aims to capture the latest trends in Data, Finance, and Risk Management.


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