Superconducting magnets play a key role in the development of experiments at Fermilab; understanding the operating stability of these can allow us to utilize more potent magnets for future experiments (like the proposed Muon Collider), optimize the design of magnets in more immediate experiments (like Mu2e), and research the future use of more exotic materials (like high-temperature superconductors). This summer, I developed a 3-D parametric FEA program in ANSYS Mechanical APDL that simulates quench in superconducting magnets, and I also developed a parametric MATLAB program that predicts thermal behavior in magnet quench using the MIITS method. These programs can provide useful quenching parameters (like minimum quench energy and normal zone propagation velocity) for different cases of quench, leading to the previously mentioned objective of magnet design optimization. To test the programs, preliminary cases were run and the data produced was compared and analyzed. The results of these analyses, as well as the program operating methods, are discussed in this project.