FinTech SpecializationFinTech covers technology-enabled business model innovation in the financial sector. Such innovation can disrupt existing industry structures and blur industry boundaries, facilitate strategic disintermediation, revolutionize how firms create and deliver products and services, create significant privacy, regulatory and law-enforcement challenges, provide new gateways for entrepreneurship, and seed opportunities for inclusive growth. Examples of innovations that are central to FinTech include cryptocurrencies and the blockchain, digital advisory and trading systems, artificial intelligence and machine learning, peer-to-peer lending, equity crowdfunding and mobile payment systems.
Professor David Yermack, 212-998-0357
Professor Alex Tuzhilin, 212-998-0832
Take 9 credits from the following list:
|Course Number||Course Title|
|INTA-GB.2312||FinTech Risk Management|
|INTA-GB.2313||Fintech Experiential Learning Project|
|INTA-GB.2320||FinTech Analytics: Data-Driven Credit Modeling|
|INTA-GB.2380||Foundations of FinTech|
|FINC-GB.3180||Topics in Cryptocurrency Investing|
|FINC-GB.3324||Digital Currencies, Blockchains, and the Financial Services Industry|
|FINC-GB.*||FinTech Personal Finance and Payments|
|FINC-GB.3362||Applications in Entrepreneurial Finance: FinTech|
|TECH-GB.2336**||Data Science for Business Analytics - Technical|
|TECH-GB.2346||Dealing with Data|
|TECH-GB.2350||Robo Advisors and Systematic Trading|
|TECH-GB.3333||Practical Big Data|
|TECH-GB.3336**||Data Mining for Business Analytics - Managerial|
|TECH-GB.3350||Financial Information Systems|
* Course number forthcoming
** Not eligible to count towards this specialization if this course was taken as part of your core requirements (Full-Time and Tech MBA students only).
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