The MS in Financial Engineering Capstone Project
The Financial Engineering Capstone project requires students to apply their Financial Engineering knowledge in a case-based learning environment. The Lehigh MS in Financial Engineering program is a mix of financial theory, applied mathematics, and engineering.
- Company and project mentor propose a project
- Project is reviewed by the faculty mentor
- Teams of 3 to 4 students each work 10 hours per week
- Duration of the project: One to two semesters
- Students work individually or in small groups
- Project is typically experimental in nature
- Students identify a problem or need. They then develop the approach and methods needed to address the problem, conduct the research and present the findings in both oral and written formats.
- Company donates funds to the MS Program
Benefits to Company
- Opportunity to assess potential talents
- Low cost opportunity for a fresh look at a problem or need
- Strengthen ties with the MS program
- In most cases, all inventions developed during the capstone project belong to the Company
- Provide students valuable, career-relevant experiences by applying classroom skills to address real world problems
For more information about the MS in Financial Engineering Capstone project, contact Patrick Zoro, Project Mentor, at 484-560-1237 and email@example.com.