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Johns Hopkins University graduate programs in Financial Mathematics or Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Deadline: 
Thursday, November 9, 2017
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Johns Hopkins University is seeking highly qualified applicants for its full-time master's programs in financial mathematics, and applied mathematics and statistics.

Join us for an online info session on November 9, 2017, at 9 a.m. ET to learn about our highly selective programs, and gain insights into what life is like here at Johns Hopkins University

Register for the November 9 Info Session

With mentorship from world-renowned faculty members, our students explore topics like mathematical reasoning, mathematical modeling and computation, and the development of new methodology.

Students enrolled in our master's programs choose an area of focus among the following. Typical programs involve combinations of courses selected from these areas.

  • Probability and Statistics
  • Operations Research and Optimization
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Scientific Computing
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary research (e.g., astronomy and computational biology)