Financial Engineering News, free bimonthly print publication
Financial Engineering News (FEN) is now for sale. This includes:
- This website (www.fenews.com) and its eleven years of editorial content.
- Our digital magazine website with the eleven years of back issues posted in the exact format of the print edition (www.fenews-digital.com).
- Our weekly e-mail newsletter (Financial Engineering Today, or FET) with its opt-in subscriber base of nearly 18,000 subscribers worldwide.
- Our audited mailing lists for the print and digital versions of Financial Engineering News (approximately 16,000 worldwide).
For further information, please open/download the PDF file describing the assets for sale (CLICK HERE) or contact us via e-mail at FENforSale@fenews.com
GRADUATE UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICAL FINANCE AND COMPUTATIONAL/QUANTITATIVE FINANCE
Click on the links below to read about the following programs:
University of Michigan: Master of Science in Financial Engineering (MSFE)
Claremont Graduate University: Financial Engineering Management Program
Georgia Institute of Technology: Master of Science in Computational and Quantitative Finance (QCF)
The University of Tulsa: Master of Science in Finance
University of Chicago: Master of Science in Financial Mathematics
The George Washington University School of Business: Master of Science in Finance Program
University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business: Master's Program in Financial Engineering
Fordham University, Graduate School of Business: Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (MSQF)
Princeton University, Bendheim Center for Finance: Master in Finance
Cornell University: Master of Science in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, Financial Engineering Concentration
Rutgers Business School: Master of Quantitative Finance (MQF) Program
Boston University: Master of Arts in Mathematical Finance
Rutgers University: Master of Science in Mathematics with Option in Mathematical Finance (MSMF)
Georgia State University: Master’s of Science in Mathematical Risk Management (MRM)
Baruch College, City University of New York: Master of Science Program in Financial Engineering
University of Twente: Master in Financial Engineering
Cass School of Business, City of London
Nanyang Technological University (Singapore): Master of Science in Financial Engineering