Two majors. One degree.
The Bachelor of Computing and Financial Management combines a deep understanding in 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.
- Jan. 15, 2020
As the deadline for fall 2020 applications approach, you may know exactly what you want to study but you may still be deciding between your options. To help you make an informed decision, we want to help you learn more about our double major program, Computing and Financial Management (CFM).
- Dec. 19, 2019
Article originally posted on the Daily Bulletin on December 19, 2019 by Housing and Residences.
- Dec. 5, 2019
Article originally pusblished on the Daily Bulletin on Thursday, December 5.
University of Waterloo Math students took advantage of the packing snow yesterday and built a stylish snowman, complete with a pink tie.
- Feb. 3, 2020
Are you interested in transferring into the Computing and Financial Management (CFM) program? Come attend one of our information sessions to learn more about CFM and how to transfer into this one-of-a-kind program!
- Feb. 20, 2020
If you're in Grade 10 and planning to attend university, you and your parents are invited to learn what you can do now to prepare. We will have representatives from the Faculty of Mathematics to answer your questions about the Computing and Financial Management program.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Hagey Hub and Humanities Theatre
- Mar. 21, 2020
Attend March Break Open House and learn more about the Computing and Financial Management (CFM) program! Drop in between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. or stay for the whole time.