Created by:  Columbia University

  • Martin Haugh

    Taught by:  Martin Haugh, Co-Director, Center for Financial Engineering

    Industrial Engineering & Operations Research

  • Garud Iyengar

    Taught by:  Garud Iyengar, Professor

    Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department
Commitment12 hours videos and quizzes
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,106 ratings

It's really a tough course that gives me really valuable knowledge regarding the financial models.

Excellent course. This course teach you on how to price options, futures, and other fixed income derivatives. It not only tell you how it works in simple and easy binomial model, but also provide hands-on spreadsheets to start with your homework. It should be easy to follow and learn if you have basic understanding of options, bond, forwards/futures, and some probability theory.

Excellent course, which give you pretty good understanding of valuation equity and interest rates derivatives. I want to recomend this course for all students who want to specialized on financial field.

Very good course. Within only 8 weeks covers the approach to pricing of a wide range of key financial products. Very helpful for those people working in finance, but not directly involved in pricing products to learn more about that aspect. Exercises and spreadsheets help get hands on experience and understand the philosophy behind pricing approaches.