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    Hello guys,

    I got an offer from city university bsc business computing systems and I'm aiming to do a Msc in finance or financial engineering

    However the entry requirements for postgraduate financial studies mentioned a background in finance/mathematics/engineering

    My modules are :
    Year 1
    Business systems ,Computation and reasoning, Mathematics for computing, Software engineering, Systems architecture , Programming in Java.
    Year 2
    Human computer interaction ,Management of information technology. Networks and operating systems , Object-oriented analysis and design , Professional development in IT.
    Year 3
    Business engineering with ERP solutions, Cognition and technologies, Data visualization , IT security , Project management , Management of IT strategy. And others elective modules ( Programming C++, Data Structures and Algorithms, Advanced Programming – Concurrency,... )

    Is it possible to do a Msc in finance / financial engineering with these backgrounds ?
    Thank you !!
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