What Can You Do With a Master of Science in Computational Finance?-Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday, April 27, 2017

What Can You Do With a Master of Science in Computational Finance?

Antonios Tavlarakis graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with bachelor of sciences degrees in mathematics and statistics and a master of science degree in computational finance (MSCF). Now, Tavlarakis is an associate in the quantitative strategies organization inside the asset management business of Goldman Sachs. In this role, he is responsible for quantifying the performance of investments and finding ways to best use those analyses to make intelligent financial decisions.

CMU’s MSCF Program is the top-rated financial engineering degree and is a joint program between the Tepper School of Business, the Mathematical Sciences Department, the Department of Statistics and the Heinz College.

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