The coursework for the Financial Counseling and Planning major includes accounting, communication, consumer behavior, economics, employee benefits, estate planning, investments, leadership, marketing, mathematics, personal finance, retirement planning, statistics, and tax law. This program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board.
Points of Pride
- Successful completion of the registered program automatically satisfies the educational component of the Certified Financial Planner certification process. Students take courses in state-of-the-art computer labs using the latest industry software and technology.
- Students within the College of Health and Human Sciences can enhance their educational experience through participation in academic organizations such as Collegiate Financial Planners.