How much math for Masters in Finance
Not looking for financial engineering here, just a masters in finance.
I'm just looking for a soft baseline and trying to open up the discussion to learn more on the subject. I want to get into Corporate Finance but don't want to apply to an MBA right after undergrad. This is where a MS Finance comes in.
Currently this would be the math classes I take (w/ major in Economics and minor in Finance)...
Intro to Linear Algebra
Ordinary Differential Equations I (364A)
Probability and Statistics (380)
Mathematical Statistics (381)
These are the schools I am shooting for...
Fisher College (Ohio State - Specialized Master in Finance)
Olin Business School (Wash U. @ SL - MS Finance [Corporate Finance])
Owen Graduate School of Management (Vanderbilt - MS Finance [Corporate Finance])
Dearborn College (U of Michigan - MS in Finance)
Freeman School of Business (Tulane - MS Finance)
Is a minor in finance useful if i want to get a masters in finance? Or should I drop finance and just minor in math?
Thank you for your time and consideration.