Berkeley-Haas ranked #1 for best employment outcomes and #2 overall in the 2015 QuantNet Rankings for best financial engineering programs.
Moving up from the #4 slot last year for best overall program, the Berkeley-Haas MFE program tied for #2 with Columbia University and Baruch College, the City University of New York. A total of 30 programs were included on the list, which was released Oct. 6.
Carnegie Mellon University ranked #1 overall.
The Berkeley-Haas MFE program also topped QuantNet’s list of 10 schools with the best employment outcomes, tied for #1 with Princeton.
This is the 4th annual survey for QuantNet, an online resource for financial engineering education and news. For the ranking, QuantNet surveyed program administrators, hiring managers, corporate recruiters, and finance professionals.
The Berkeley MFE received a peer assessment score of 4.1 out of 5, and an overall score of 98 out of 100.
By Gabby Luu