Math and Finance
The Marianopolis Math and Finance profile prepares you for university studies in various financial and economic fields that will open a variety of lucrative and fascinating careers where you measure and manage risk, numbers and other metrics. Only Marianopolis offers this profile for students who want to take their love of math beyond the Sciences and for students who dream of working in the business world but outside marketing and management. So if you’re strong in math and you see yourself in a career related to business analysis, then this Social Science program profile is for you!
As a Math and Finance student you have the opportunity to take 5 Math courses specifically designed for this profile (Calculus I, II and III; Probability & Statistics; and Linear Algebra), with direct applications drawn from the world of Social Science, including Business, Finance and Economics.
Just like every Marianopolis Social Science student, you will be eligible (and more than ready for!) a number of other university programs, including Business. That’s because our Social Science program offers many other opportunities to round out your college education and give you varied experiences, sought by future employers.
WHO SHOULD TAKE IT?
You, if you want to study Math, Finance or Economics at university, or to prepare for studies in Actuarial studies. Or if you are great with numbers and want to keep having fun with them at university and in your career. And remember, this profile is within the Marianopolis Social Science program, which means you get a well-rounded education in a field that is fascinating and that prepares you for university studies in a variety of areas.
WHERE DOES IT LEAD?
The Math and Finance profile leads to university programs such as Actuarial Math or Science, finance-related programs or Economics. It can help open up a variety of amazing careers, including:
- Chartered financial analyst
- Financial analyst
- Insurance actuary
- Investment analyst
- Money-market analyst
- Portfolio manager
- Research associate, financial services
- Statistical analyst
Fundamentals of Business
Introduction to Psychology
History of Western Civilization
Introduction to Research Methods in the Social Sciences
Probability and Statistics
Introduction to Finance
Multivariable Calculus and Probability
1 Upper-level course
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