This programme consists of one major in a computational or mathematical field, like Applied Mathematics, Mathematics or Computer Science, and one major in a financial or economic field, like Economics or Corporate Finance and Investments.
Students also complete a single year in Business Accounting. You can take postgraduate studies in any related field, which broadens your career options. As a graduate of this programme, you will be financially, mathematically, and computationally literate. You will typically work as a quantitative analyst, risk or portfolio manager, financial engineer, or back-end programmer in environments requiring computational skills and an understanding of financial environments. These include banks, investment houses, and other corporate entities.