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.

With Gratitude,

Dan