Created by:  Columbia University

  • Martin Haugh

    Taught by:  Martin Haugh, Co-Director, Center for Financial Engineering

    Industrial Engineering & Operations Research

  • Garud Iyengar

    Taught by:  Garud Iyengar, Professor

    Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department
Commitment12 hours videos and quizzes
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,010 ratings

A lot of useful information in the course. If you've got some programming skills it has even greater impact if you actually write the code yourself to solve the quizzes (still comparing with the solution in Excel). I'd suggest this course to anyone who wants to get a glimpse of the complexities of what Hedge Funds and Front Office desks in Investment Banks actually use.

Good course!

I have enjoyed this course thoroughly. With a full time job and two young children it has demanded a great deal of juggling but has been worth it. If you appreciate a thorough and clear presentation of essential principles then this is the course for you. The assignments were sufficiently challenging but more importantly they elucidated key points presented in the lectures. I am definitely going to attempt Level 2

This course introduces financial engineering and risk management very adequately. Even though the level is not that advanced, it teaches the mechanics of derivatives, fixed income securities and more complicated securities like MBS. The quizzes are achievable, but don't let the time run up until the deadline since they require attention.