Current & New MS/FE Students
- Grading Policy MS FE (PDF)
- Capstone Guidelines (PDF) - Please read carefully about the Capstone experience guidelines, procedures, and requirements. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Professor Agnes Tourin.
- Internship Credit Options & Process Overview (PDF)
- Degree Verification
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The Finance and Risk Engineering Department does not accept transfer students from any programs within the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, New York University as a whole, or from any outside schools. If you would like to enroll into the program, please submit an application as per the guidelines outlined in “The Fundamentals of Admission” video.
Please check back soon for Cross-Registration announcements for Spring 2020.
Graduate students enrolled in other NYU graduate programs may request enrollment in FRE courses for up to 6 credits per semester with the approval of their graduate program advisor. Undergraduate students are not allowed to take courses in the MS in Financial Engineering program, except for those in a combined BS/MS program.
It is the students’ responsibility to consult with their academic advisor if the courses they plan to take satisfy degree requirements in their program, and to obtain approval to enroll in Financial Engineering courses via the FRE cross-registration form.
Please review the NYU cross-school registration policy prior to submitting cross-registration requests.
NYU Virtual Business Library provides access to electronic databases, current and historical company information, journals and newspaper articles, and other financial industry information resources and services available through NYU’s Bobst Library. Access is available to all NYU faculty, staff and enrolled students with a valid NYU log in.
FRE Bulls & Bears Club
The Finance and Risk Engineering Club, “Bulls & Bears”, was founded to spark community engagement and create a tighter knit cohort within NYU’s FRE program. The club strives to supplement the theoretical FRE Coursework with the soft-skills and financial intuition necessary to thrive in the cut-throat world of Finance. In this process, the club will enable students to enhance their personal and professional networks.
Interested in joining? Learn more about the Bulls & Bears.