I’m looking for recommendations for a masters program.
Here’s some background, which may be too verbose or a little self obsessed, so I’ll “small it” and you can skip if you like:
In the last ten years, through a pragmatic but wandering course, as a software engineer with a passable computer science background, supplemented with lightweight but math non-intensive coursework, I’ve learned the “applied” side of machine learning.
More recently, thanks to resources suggested from this community, I have begun a self study Bayesian statistics, probabilistic programming, calculus and linear algebra.
I’m following my intellectual curiosity, which includes differential equations, symbolic computing, modeling and simulation, economics and finance - of which I’m learning the math prerequisites.
Coming to my ask:
I’d appreciate recommendations for rigorous online masters programs that are heavily quantitative.
Obviously, in-person on-site would be ideal, but I’m a middle aged father, so pulling up stakes isn’t an option. So, I’m constraining my ask with the “online” qualifier but keeping the area of study deliberately wide.
Thanks in advance.