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Introduction to Quantitative Research


Introduction to Quantitative Research

Eureka Introduction to Quantitative Research Program Overview

Step-by-Step Program Guide

Course Requirements

Completing a research project or research paper in this program is optional. All students in this program must create a Final Presentation Video, which will clearly document their research journey, highlight their key findings, detail the skills they have developed, and share how they intend to apply their knowledge in their academic pursuits.

Where Can Course Knowledge Be Applied?

This course will equip students with quantitative research skills that are foundational and versatile, enabling them to excel in these fields:

  • Finance

  • Economics

  • Mathematics

  • Data Science

  • Cybersecurity

  • Computer Science

  • Machine Learning

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Cryptocurrency

  • Asset Management

Eureka Alumni Outcomes

Past students who have participated in the Eureka Economic and Finance Programs have achieved outstanding academic and career outcomes! Previous Alumni have secured positions and acceptances to the following firms/programs:

  • LinkedIn: Software Engineer Intern

  • Goldman Sachs: Virtual Insight Series Participant

  • Credit Suisse Steps to Success: Explore Program

  • Nomura: 2022 Freshman and Sophomore Diversity Program Participant

  • Morgan Stanley: 2022 Early Insight Program Participant

  • Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy - Research Assistant for Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance (YISF)

  • University of Chicago: Pathways in Economics (Summer Program)

  • Davidson College: Research Intern for Economics Professor

  • Dongxing Securities: Investment Banking Summer Analyst

  • Lead Capital Partners: Private Equity Intern

  • 52 Capital Partners: Investment Banking Intern

  • CE Innovation Capital: Investment Analyst Intern

  • Monad Ventures: Web3 Extern

These examples highlight the wide range of options that Eureka students have upon completion, allowing them to explore various industries and pursue careers in fields they are passionate about.

Students who complete this program are encouraged to explore internship opportunities found on our Partnerships page. These opportunities offered by our partner organizations, provide valuable real-world experience and a chance to apply the skills learned during the program in professional settings.

What Alumni Have Accomplished

Eureka Economics and Finance alumni have received college admission offers to Princeton University, Yale University, University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), University of Chicago, John Hopkins University (JHU), and other top US universities.

The research experience and skills students receive at the Eureka Program have helped students get accepted to programs such as the MIT - LaunchX Entrepreneurship Summer Program, The Wharton School - Leadership in the Business World, and other top summer programs.

Many students from this program are also very engaged in their communities, sharing in volunteering activities and starting non-profit organizations to help the community. During COVID-19, several students have started organizations to help obtain and distribute health supplies. Many alumni from this program have received top awards like the Scholastic Art & Writing National Awards, U.S. Presidential Scholars Awards, and many others.

The below sections will provide more insight into the students who have attended this program and share their experiences and successes.

Certificate of Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be award a Certificate of Completion. This certificate stands as a testament to the student's dedication, commitment, and accomplishments in research

If you have questions, request a free consultation with no obligation, and our team will address your inquiries promptly. 

Are you ready to take the next step to achieve academic and professional success? Apply Now! 

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