The University of Michigan Mathematics Department offers three types of Master's Degrees: the Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Degree (new Fall 2015), the Applied & Interdisciplinary Mathematics (AIM) Master's Degree, and the Mathematics Master's Degree. There are multiple programs offered for each type of degree.
Quantitative Finance & Risk Management Master's Degree (New Fall 2015)
There are two options leading to the Master’s Degree in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management:
Admissions information and curriculum for the Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Master's Degree program can be found here.
There are two programs leading to the Master’s Degree in AIM. These programs include:
Admissions information and additional information for the AIM Master's Degree programs can be found here.
There are four programs leading to the Master’s Degree in Mathematics. These programs include:
Students enrolled in a Ph.D. or Master's program outside of the Mathematics Department who have completed at least one term of coursework and are in good academic standing are eligible to apply for a dual degree with the Mathematics Master's (if you are interested in doing a dual degree with the Quantitative Finance & Risk Management Master's, visit the Quant Admissions FAQs page).
Applying to pursue a dual degree is a different application process than the online admissions system used for external applicants. Any current University of Michigan graduate student interested in doing a dual degree with the Mathematics Master's should contact email@example.com for more information, and to obtain the application materials. Students who have just graduated from a graduate program are not eligible to apply for a dual degree program.
The Dual Degree program has the following expectations:
If you are in the dual degree program, and you anticipate not being able to meet any of these expectations, you must contact the department via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students who fail to meet the above expectations may be discontinued from the Mathematics Master’s program.