(RVOE) as set forth by Ministerial Agreement No. 15018, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on November 29, 1976.
In Financial Engineering you learn to formulate business strategies and investment projects that can ensure the feasibility and profitability of wealth generation plans of companies, governments and individuals. You develop competencies to build mathematical models of different business scenarios considering the investors' goals and the risks that may arise, thus enabling companies and communities to transform themselves into spaces of well-being and development.
You apply the knowledge you acquire to problems such as the development of new financial products, you propose strategies for stimulating the growth of companies, and you make decisions based on data science and the simulation of business scenarios that turn risks into opportunities for growth and competitive advantage.
If you're interested in researching, observing, analyzing, creating and innovating the value of money and its risks, this program is for you.
After graduating from Financial Engineering, you can start up your own firm or work for national and international companies, regardless of their size, as an expert who can generate financial analyses and strategies for the benefit of society and organizations. You take an active part in financial planning for the private and public sectors.
You promote economic culture and encourage the financial development of banking institutions, insurance and surety companies, corporate treasuries and administrators of investment funds. You are capable of applying quantitative data-analysis methods for efficient decision-making on the financial markets.
Projects of Professional Application
The Projects of Professional Application are projects of entail with the society, proposed by the ITESO and chords to the study plan of your academic program, across which you collaborate with other students and can apply your knowledge or competitions partner - professional in a actual scene with external addressees to the university, already be communities or institutions, to raise solutions that improve the quality of life of others and reaffirm the social commitment of your profession.