NYU Stern Adds Another Dual Degree - MBA and MS in Mathematics in Finance

New course one of several multi-year, dual-degree programs

The Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University has announced it will be adding a new dual-degree course to its offerings - an MBA/MS in Mathematics in Finance. The course takes three years to complete and, according to the business school, is designed to make students "strong candidates for positions in quantitative risk and portfolio management and the design, pricing, trading and hedging of structured products."

This adds to NYU Stern's relatively long roster of dual-degree programs, including the three-year MBA-MFA program, announced earlier this year, and the JD-MBA, MBA-MPA, and MBA-MA in Politics programs.

For more information, please visit the Stern School of Business website.

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