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.
- Mar. 14, 2018
Today is Pi Day, the most mathematically delicious day of the year. MathSoc will be celebrating today beginning at 1:59 p.m. in the third-floor hallway of the MC building, where free slices of pie and ice cream will be available while supplies last. At 2:15 p.m. there will be a pie eating contest, followed by the pi recitation contest in the Comfy Lounge at 2:30 p.m. The prize? a gift card worth $314.15, of course.
- Mar. 13, 2018
Article retrieved from the Daily Bulletin on March 13th, 2018.
- Mar. 5, 2018
An excerpt from the Daily Bulletin posted on March 6, 2018.
- Mar. 20, 2018
We invite you to an exclusive evening of discussion and learning as distinguished executives share their career and leadership experiences. Hear inspirational stories, learn valuable advice and gain insight on topics that matter most. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to meet these outstanding female industry leaders and uncover successful strategies for professional and personal growth.
Alumni panel guests:
VICKI GREENWOOD, (BMath ’85) Computer Science Senior IT Manager – Program Manager at TD BANK GROUP
- Mar. 21, 2018
#UWaterloo undergrads: have a direct say in the direction your student union takes on issues that impact you and your peers at Feds March General Meeting (GM)!
All #UWaterloo undergraduates are welcome and encouraged to attend the GM at 12 p.m. on March 21 in the Student Life Centre Great Hall.
Can’t make it?
- You can drop in and out if you have class or other on-campus obligations, or
- Mar. 21, 2018
What are we? By what processes and patterns did we originate and how do these patterns compare to the processes of the world around us, digital and biological, societal and fictional?