This course is designed for advanced undergraduate students and master’s degree students interested in applications of mathematics in finance. The course introduces basic ideas and methods of stochastic calculus and applications of these methods to financial models, particularly to the pricing and hedging of derivative securities in continuous time models.
Undergraduate Mathematics Courses NOTE : This is an unofficial list of courses and is only provided here for convenience. For an official list of courses please consult the Undergraduate Catalog .
Undergraduate Courses in Mathematics and Statistics Below are listings for Undergraduate Courses offered through the Department of Mathematics. The authoritative source for course information is the Marshall University Catalog .
General Education and Core Courses. This is an applied algebra course for nonscience majors. This is a traditional college algebra course. It is equivalent to the pair of courses MATH 0010 and 0020. This course may not be taken for credit by students who have successfully completed MATH 0032, 0100, or any calculus course.
Undergraduate Courses. These courses are a list of courses that are offered in the Math Department, some only occasionally. Beginning in 2018, course descriptions for graduate courses will no longer be uploaded to this site. For graduate topics courses please consult the individual course descriptions included on the Course Guide .
Undergraduate Courses in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics at Hofstra University on Long Island, New York If you are having any difficulty using this website, please contact the Help Desk at [email protected] null Hofstra.edu or 516-463-7777 or Student Access Services at [email protected] null hofstra.edu …