The Master’s degree in Financial Engineering (MFE), a pioneer program in the country, is a program that delves into the more quantitative aspects of finance not normally covered by programs that have a more pronounced bias towards the theory and practice of general financial principles.

However, well-managed uncertainty can be a source of significant opportunities, particularly through the use of financial products designed to protect businesses from market fluctuations, thereby allowing them to focus on their core value proposition in the market.


Provide theoretical and practical tools needed to adequately address the problems associated with quantitative finance.

Analyze problems by integrating quantitative tools and financial theory in order to:

  • Improve risk detection or risk measurement processes.
  • Designing asset portfolios aligned to investment objectives.
  • Identify features and strategies to introduce a by-product into the market.


  • Introduction to Financial Engineering
  • Advanced Derivatives
  • Fixed-Income Derivatives
  • Empirical Methods
  • Corporate Finance
  • Quantitative Risk Management
  • International Finance
  • Empirical Finance
  • Topics in Asset Valuation