One degree. Twice the expertise.

The Bachelor of Computing and Financial Management combines a deep understanding of computer science and finance to solve today's technological and financial problems. The result is a dynamic curriculum that prepares students to make an impact in the ever-evolving Financial Technology (FinTech) industry.

Computing and Financial Management (CFM) graduates have the knowledge and experience to use technology to solve financial problems efficiently and effectively. The courses that CFM students take set them up for lucrative careers in technology and finance and give them opportunities to pursue their Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Discover how you can benefit from Computing and Financial Management.
  1. July 5, 2018Waterloo empowers entrepreneurs to go beyond.

    This excerpt from an article posted by the Faculty of Mathematics.

    Entrepreneurs are natural problem solvers. Beyond creating companies that bring innovative and world-changing ideas to the global market place, entrepreneurs are increasingly acting as community builders, industry change agents, and global disruptors. Find out why.

  2. June 21, 2018Students Claim First Place in Business Analytics Competition

  3. June 11, 2018A new look for Convocation as Waterloo welcomes its 200,000th graduate

    We would like to congratulate our new CFM alumni who will be walking the stage this Friday, June 15 to receive their hard-earned Bachelor of Computing and Financial Management degrees. Congratulations graduates on all of your hard work and tremendous effort. We look forward to sharing this celebration with you.

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    This article is an excerpt from the Daily Bulletin on Monday, June 11.

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  1. July 24, 2018End Of Term Social

    Wrap up your spring term with free food, great friends, and a few friendly games of ping pong at our End Of Term Social. Come and say hello to our Program Directors and wind down before exams.

    RSVP is not required for this event but please let Heather know if you have any dietary concerns.

    This event is your next opportunity to win a CFM hat!!

  2. July 25, 2018Lecture or classes end

    This is the last day of lectures or classes for the spring 2018 academic term.

    July 25 is a make-up day for Canada Day observance on July 2. The loss of a Monday class on July 2 will be made up by following a Monday schedule on July 25.

    Attend your last day of classes to find what material and questions may appear on the final exam or ask questions about take-home projects.

  3. July 26 to 27, 2018Pre-examination study days

    Set up time to study for final exams or wrap up final projects for spring 2018.

    For tips and tools to study effectively and manage your time well, refer to the Student Success Office for support.

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