If you are interested in this financial technology minor, inquire with the Foisie Business School to find a minor advisor. Once you are ready to declare your minor, you must fill out a FinTech Minor Approval Form.
What is fintech? WPI’s new minor in financial technology gives you the information you need to prepare for a career path in FinTech. Undergraduates who want to expand their knowledge of the fintech industry will find the 6-course FinTech minor offers information to complement their technical degrees. You’ll learn how the business issues around changing technology and the financial world intersect.
The financial tech minor consists of six courses.
Fintech minor requirements include:
- three courses in accounting and finance
- one course in database technology
- one FinTech-related elective course
- one capstone course
Application Process for the Financial Technology Minor
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Earn a Financial Technology Certificate
Are you a graduate student or working professional interested in learning more about the world of finance? Check out WPI’s certificate in financial technology which explores analytical and management tools for leadership decisions. A fintech certificate program is the first step toward gaining the necessary business foundation that can elevate your career in helping develop impactful financial solutions.
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Wondering what major pairs well with a FinTech minor? WPI’s bachelor’s degree in computer science is a great major to add a financial focus. Maybe you’re interested in pursuing mathematical sciences with a minor in finance?
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What can you do with a Minor in Fintech?
Whether you’re interested in pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, a minor in fintech can help provide a strong foundation. Our STEM-focused finance minor provides students a real-world intersect between financial tech and business needs.