University of Birmingham > Birmingham Business School
This programme, taught jointly by the School of Mathematics and the Department of Economics, provides the skills that will enable technically able graduates (including in mathematics, science and engineering) to apply their quantitative training to financial analysis.
- Advanced quantitative finance: crashes, volatility, multiple assets and hedging
- Combinatorial Optimisation
- Conic Optimization
- Experimental and Behavioural Economics
- Further Mathematical Finance
- Game Theory
- Integer Programming
- International Finance
- Nonlinear Programming I
- Topics in Management Mathematics
- Topics in Money and Banking
These lists are not intended to be exhaustive, and may be subject to change. You should check the course homepage for further details and the most up-to-date information.