As I have completed my Micromasters Program in Finance in January 2023, after 15 months of study for five courses, I’d like to share with you all my cheat sheets for each module.
When looking back, I found that those 15 months were probably the toughest study time of mine (after 15 years out of school), but at the same time, very rewarding, especially for someone with an engineering background who wants to learn more about finance like me. Nevertheless, I am convinced that the knowledge and methodology taught during this course are absolutely valuable for many people who want to learn more about modern finance and how the finance world works.
Here is an excerpt from the program overview:
“The online curriculum of this program encompasses five courses that mirror MIT on-campus graduate level coursework. By completing these five courses and earning the program credential, learners demonstrate significant knowledge of critical topics in finance, such as pricing of financial securities, asset management, corporate finance, and derivative securities. The curriculum also includes rigorous training in mathematical and quantitative methods used in finance, as well as financial accounting. The credential requires the completion of rigorous coursework through intensive lectures and homework assignments, as well as passing corresponding online proctored exams.”
The link for the program is here: https://www.edx.org/micromasters/mitx-finance
And here are the links for my cheat sheets:
- Foundations of Modern Finance Part I (15.415.1x): FMF-1
- Foundations of Modern Finance Part II (15.415.2x): FMF-2
- Financial Accounting (15.516x): FA
- Derivatives Markets: Advanced Modeling and Strategies (15.435x): DM-AMS
- Mathematical Methods for Quantitative Finance (15.455x): MMfQF
Thank you all for coming by and #learnon!
LinhTH (29 Jan 2023)