At the Master of Science in Financial Mathematics (MSFM) program, we are addressing a rapidly changing industry by providing full-time students with an accelerated, five-quarter curriculum. Evening courses and flexible registration allow part-time students to progress at whatever speed fits their needs. Along the way, every student will develop relationships with our large alumni network, UChicago faculty, our industry partners, and dedicated career-development specialists.
To start an application today, visit https://apply-psd.uchicago.edu/apply.
Round 1: January 12, 2023
Round 2: March 23, 2023
All applications that are complete and submitted by January 12, 2023 will have a decision released by March 10, 2023 or earlier, otherwise the application fee will be refunded.
All applications that are complete and submitted by March 23, 2023 will have a decision released by May 12, 2023 or earlier, otherwise the application fee will be refunded.
Deadlines are inclusive of applications and supplemental materials such as letters of recommendation and verified test scores.
There is no priority of admission given to Round 1 versus Round 2 applicants. We recommend non-US citizens apply in Round 1 to allow sufficient time for processing visa documentation. Offers of admission will be sent on a rolling basis via email through the end of May.
A fee of $90 is charged for each application submitted.
Online Information Sessions
Each information session will allow you to hear from Financial Mathematics instructors, program staff, Career Development officers, and current students. This hour-long interactive meeting covers program curriculum, career development opportunities, and the student experience. Please register below! (All times listed are using central time.)
Online Application Workshop
Hear from an Admissions Specialist on the requirements of the Financial Mathematics application. Questions are encouraged, as our staff is happy to walk through the different portions of the application. Please register below! (All times listed are using central time.)