Academic Affiliate Members

In late January of 2011, the IAQF launched its Academic Program Affiliate Membership, which is open to all Masters Level Academic Programs conferring degrees in Financial Engineering, Quantitative Finance or related areas. This program gives participating academic programs an opportunity to further connect their students with the IAQF by granting their students and program directors membership to the IAQF, a home for student chapters, discounts to the annual Financial Mathematics Career Fair and a variety of other benefits. Academic programs that become officially affiliated with the IAQF through a membership bring greater nationwide and international visibility to their programs, give students and administrators more access to the IAQF, and support the work the IAQF is doing to promote the field. We thank the following schools that have already joined as Affiliate Members since the program was launched in January of 2011.

Baruch College, Masters in Financial Engineering

Boston University, Questrom School of Business MS in Mathematical Finance

Carnegie Mellon University, Masters in Computational Finance

Claremont Graduate University, Graduate School of Management

Cornell University, Financial Engineering Manhattan

Fordham University, Master of Science in Quantitative Finance

George Washington University, MSF

Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Quantitative and Computational Science

Georgia State University, Mathematical Risk Management Program

Johns Hopkins University, Master of Science in Engineering in Financial Mathematics

Lehigh University, Master of Science in Analytical Finance

North Carolina State, MS Financial Mathematics

NYU Courant Institute, MS Mathematics in Finance

NYU Poly, Masters in Financial Engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Lally School of Management, MS, Quantitative Finance and Risk Analytics

Rutgers Business School, Master of Quantitative Finance

Rutgers University, Masters, Financial Statistics and Risk Management Program

Rutgers University Mathematical Finance Master's Program

Stevens Institute of Technology, Master's Program in Financial Engineering

UC Berkeley, Haas School, Masters in Financial Engineering

UCLA, Anderson School, Masters in Financial Engineering

University of Chicago, MS Financial Mathematics

University of Connecticut, Masters in Applied Financial Mathematics

University of Illinois, MS Financial Engineering

University of Minnesota, Master of Financial Mathematics

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, MS in Mathematical Finance