Undergraduate Certificate in Finance
This coursework and the accompanying credits may be transferred to appropriate degree programs if all other requirements for admission are met.
A certificate in Finance is designed for students who are interested in strengthening their business acumen, acquiring analytical skills, or supplementing their financial background. Career opportunities include three interrelated areas: financial institutions, investments, and financial management.
Expertise in finance is a sought after and unique skill. This certificate prepares students for managerial responsibilities in organizations such as banks, insurance companies, securities firms, commercial, and not-for-profit organizations. The four courses that comprise this certificate provide a broad yet comprehensive knowledge of financial management.
Upon successful completion, students will have acquired critical skills in the analysis of accounting, market, and economic data. This will prepare them for expanded opportunities in diverse industries.
- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Funds.
- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Funds.
- FIN 310 Business Finance
- FIN 442 Investments
- FIN 443 Working Capital Management