What is Financial Engineering??
Financial Engineering is a multidisciplinary field that involves applying knowledge of financial theory, engineering methods, mathematical and programming tools to solve financial problems. It can also be used to develop new financial products. A financial engineer must be knowledgeable in economic and financial theory. Using mathematical tools for quantitative data analysis, programming very well. Financial engineering is generally known as financial mathematics, quantitative finance, and computational finance.
KMITL-NIDA Dual Degree program, Financial Engineering (FE) is a dual degree (Bachelor and Master’s degree) that collaborates between the School of Engineering, KMITL and School of Development Economic, NIDA has a purpose to financial engineers with knowledge and understanding of economic and financial theory. Having mathematical and statistical skills for quantitative data analysis and designing and writing computer programs skills. The graduate student will understand information technology that can be used in finance which can apply such knowledge and skills to the management of the organization's finances solve financial problems investment strategy design and develop tools, products, or financial innovations to meet the needs and requirements of the industry with professional working skills They are ready to work at an international level and have integrity, ethics, and adherence to professional ethics.
Careers in Financial Engineering
Graduates graduating from Financial Engineering programs have many career opportunities such as
- Work in financial institutions such as banks, securities companies, insurance companies as quantitative analysts, fund manager or financial risk manager
- Financial Consultant
- Investment Banking
- Work or run your own business in the financial technology industry (FinTech)