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.

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  1. Feb. 22, 2018Waterloo students win the Canadian University Chess Championship

    In January 2018, the University of Waterloo participated in the Canadian University Chess Championship Competition held in Ottawa, Ontario.

  2. Feb. 20, 2018Waterloo partners with innovation superclusters

    This article was retrieved from the Daily Bulletin on February 20th, 2018. 

    The University of Waterloo will be a key partner with leading Canadian companies and sectors chosen to help grow our country’s global competitiveness through significant investments in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced manufacturing.

    As part of the Government of Canada’s $950 million Innovation Supercluster Initiative, Waterloo will take a leading research role in two of the five winning bids announced today. The effort will see researchers and innovators from Waterloo become key contributors in industry-led consortia.

  3. Feb. 14, 2018Snow, Reading Week and taking a break for mental health

    This is the latest post on President Hamdullahpur's blog.

    As I look outside, I can feel the winter in my bones. I know the atmosphere of short days and cold weather can contribute to feeling down this time of year. This time of year also brings with it a great deal of work and pressure. It’s human to feel stress as it is a common part of life that can come and go with shifts in commitments and workload.

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  1. Feb. 25, 2018Math Alumni, Family & Friends Day at the Ontario Science Centre

    Stephen M. Watt, Dean, Faculty of Mathematics invites you to join him at the Ontario Science Centre for a Math Alumni, Family & Friends Day. Special discounted prices apply for admissions.

    Enjoy the day at the Science Centre, and let ideas reign supreme at Inventorium, a hands-on learning space where art and design meld with science, technology, engineering and math. The sky’s the limit when you combine creativity with collaboration and critical thinking.

  2. Feb. 27, 2018Whine + Cheese 2

    Whine + Cheese is a new initiative – a series of events for Arts students to connect, chat and socialize over sparkling juice and cheesy foods. It’s a safe space to drop by, have fun or ask an upper year Arts student (on the ACE Team) questions about getting involved, work experiences or life in general.

  3. Mar. 7, 2018Technovation Waterloo Official Season

    Women in Computer Science (WICS) is starting a Waterloo Chapter of the Technovation Challenge!

    Technovation is a 12-week program in which teams of girls go from knowing nothing about programming to identifying a problem, building a business case and mobile app (using the MIT App Inventor), and creating a pitch. The teams generally work though the program themselves with a mentor; all of the materials are online.

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