Master of Science in Financial Technology and Analytics

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Master’s in FTEC at UT Dallas

Pursue your Master’s in Financial Technology and Analytics degree full-time or part-time. Apply now and the program will cover your application fee.

Master's in Financial Technology and Analytics student

Cutting-Edge Curriculum

Get training in the most current and vital finance technologies.

The program is designed for students with or without previous educational background in finance, but with a proclivity toward more quantitative approaches to managerial issues.

Master the following technologies and concepts that are essential for becoming a successful Fintech professional:

  • Creating a blockchain with a digital asset and a smart contract
  • Applying Robotic Process Automation (RPAs) and integrating it with machine learning
  • Using widely used cloud computing platforms
  • Using critical natural language processing skills
  • Applying machine learning to different financial decision problems
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You have the option to choose the concentration and electives, with the flexibility your life needs .
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Guaranteed Internship. Big Job Opportunities.

The Master’s in FTEC helps you secure your internship, which is an important step in advancing in your career.

This Fintech program provides you with the practical and theoretical knowledge needed to pursue a career involving financial data analytics, financial technology, or risk management.

Finance and Technology Analytics faculty are active in the industry, so they are your first direct connection to the industry. Additionally, the FTEC program hosts networking events with industry professionals who can help open the door to your next job.

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Be Part of a Global Classroom

When you become a Master’s in Financial Technology and Analytics student, you add your unique background to a diverse class of individuals from around the world.

The diverse Master’s in FTEC student body represents people from over 16 countries. Interactive Financial and Technology Analytics classes have an average size of 15 students.


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Student Testimonials

Sneha Venkataraman

Sneha Venkataraman

Intern, American Express, New York

As finance and risk professionals, it is of foremost importance that we understand the impact of our work on the global economy. FTEC has taught me exactly this, in a multicultural collaborative classroom environment.
Siddharth Yatindra Mudbidri

Siddharth Yatindra Mudbidri

Intern, Essilor of America, Dallas

My experience as a Graduating student of the Financial Engineering and Risk Management program has been enriching, preparing me for the road less travelled, an amalgamation of Financial and Engineering concepts coupled with a splash of professional development skills.
Arpita Pai

Arpita Pai

Intern, Santander Consumer USA, Dallas TX

I was looking for a masters program that would mesh with my Finance and IT background, so I chose FTEC. The curriculum is structured in a way that it opens different avenues in finance like risk management, financial data analytics, quantitative analyst etc.
Yun Ting Lee

Yun Ting Lee

Intern, Comerica Bank Headquarters, Dallas, Texas

I would like to express my gratitude to the FTEC program. I’m glad that I chose MS FTEC as my second master program.
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Hannah Marie Hughes graduated with a master’s degree in finance. Hughes was a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Business Honor Society.

Flexible Scheduling

You can complete the Master’s in FTEC full-time or part-time, if you are a working professional looking for flexibility.

The Financial Technology and Analytics degree plan offers convenient online and evening classes to accommodate today’s busy work and life schedules.

You can pursue the degree as a full-time cohort student, or you can take advantage of the degree plan’s flexibility and pursue your master’s part-time if you are a working professional.

Both programs only begin each fall. Students must maintain a 3.0 grade-point average (GPA) in their course work to qualify for the master’s degree.

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Before you apply, get familiar with the application process for Jindal School Master’s in Financial Technology and Analytics program at UT Dallas.

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