Program Schedule

Full-time Sample Schedule (One-year)

Sep – Dec  Fall Term

Core Courses (8 courses, 16 credits)

•    AI for FinTech (2 credits)
•    Blockchain (2 credits)
•    Corporate Finance (2 credits)
•    Data Analysis (2 credits)
•    Financial Data Mining (2 credits)
•    FinTech Regulations and Compliance (2 credits)
•    Foundations of FinTech (2 credits)
•    Investment Analysis (2 credits)

Required Course (2 credits)

•    Mathematical Foundation of FinTech (2 credits) #

Feb – May  Spring Term

Electives* (a selection of 14 credits)


School of Business and Management

•    Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and Their Business Applications (2 credits)
•    Economics of Financial Technology (2 credits)
•    Entrepreneurship and Innovation in FinTech (2 credits)
•    FinTech and Big Data Financial Analytics (2 credits)
•    FinTech: The Future of the Financial Industry (2 credits)
•    Portfolio Management with FinTech Applications (2 credits)
•    Statistics for Financial Analysis (2 credits)


School of Engineering

•    Decision Analytics for FinTech (3 credits)
•    Optimization in FinTech (3 credits)
•    Technology and Analytics of Alternative Finance (3 credits)


School of Science

•    Statistical Machine Learning (3 credits)
•    Statistical Methods in Finance (3 credits)

 

Part-time Sample Schedule (Two-year)

 

Sep – May Year 1: Fall (Sept - Dec) & Spring (Feb - May)

Core & Elective* Courses + Required# Courses

Sep – May Year 2: Fall (Sept - Dec) & Spring (Feb - May)

Core & Electives* Courses

 

* The electives offered in a particular year will be announced at the beginning of each academic year. Students have to take at least one elective course from each of School of Business and Management, Engineering and Science. The offering of elective courses is subject to availability.
# Subject to the decision of the Program Director, promising students who do not have a strong mathematics background may be required to take the required course - Mathematical Foundation of FinTech (2 credits) on top of the graduation requirement of 30 credits.