The application for the online Computational Finance Certificate program #4311 along with additional information from UW PCE can be found here and single course enrollments are also possible.
The application for the online Actuarial Science Certificate program #4424 can be found here and single course enrollments are also possible.
The application for the classroom Actuarial Science Certificate program #4530 can be found here and single course enrollments are also possible.
Applications for the Certificate programs will be accepted through August 30th, 2013. For more information about either of the Certificate programs, please send an email to Eileen Anastasio, 'eanastasio [at] pce.uw.edu'.
There is a $50 nonrefundable Certificate program application fee.
Applying Certificate Courses Toward The MS-CF&RM Degree
Students will often take the Computational Finance certificate program with the thought that they may subsequently want to enter the MS-CF&RM degree program. Upon successful completion of the certificate with a strong grade point average (GPA) and acceptance into the MS-CF&RM program, such students will be able to apply up to 12 of their course credits toward the MS-CF&RM degree.
Considering the MS-CF&RM degree after a certificate? Then submit an application through the Graduate School for UW Graduate Non-Matriculated (GNM) status when applying for one of the certificate programs.
For more information about GNM status, visit: http://www.grad.washington.edu/admissions/gnm.shtml.
For admission, please apply by filling out the online application with the Graduate School: https://www.grad.washington.edu/applForAdmiss/
- For "Application Type," GNM applicants should select "Graduate Non-Matriculated"
- For "Graduate Program," please select "Computational Finance and Risk Management-Online" if you are an online student and "Computational Finance & Risk Management" if you are taking a residential, classroom section of a Computational Finance degree course.
Policy on Applying Credits from CF&RM Certificate Program to MS-CF&RM Degree
The fee-based MS degree in Computational Finance and Risk Management (MS-CF&RM), requires a minimum of 42 fee-based credits. To be specific with regard to double counting: a course that a student has taken in fulfillment of their graduate program course requirements may not be applied toward the MS-CF&RM degree. Petitions to transfer more than 12 credits will be considered on a case-by-case basis if such petition is submitted not later than the end of autumn quarter.