If you’re a numbers person who loves a challenge, a career in finance may be for you — and Post University can help you get started. In our finance certificate program, you can develop the theoretical and practical financial knowledge you need to pursue a career in corporate finance, investment and portfolio management, banking, public finance, personal finance, or international finance. Many of our finance certificate graduates go on to pursue their Bachelor of Science in Finance at Post University.
Program HighlightsOur 30-credit-hour program explores a variety of career-relevant topics, including money and banking, corporate finance, and investment management. Through case studies, you will gain knowledge of the cultural, global and ethical environments in which businesses operate and learn how to:
Upon completion of your finance courses, you will be able to apply the basic concepts of management, marketing, accounting, finance and economics in a business environment.
At Post University, our focus is you and your specific goals. We understand as a working professional you need options and support to succeed in school. That’s we offer 100 percent online courses to fit your schedule, or you can take classes at our Connecticut campus if you’re local. We also offer one-on-one academic advising to help guide you to your next step — whether that’s applying for entry-level finance jobs or pursuing your bachelor’s degree.
Your future begins at Post University. Contact us to enroll in our on-campus or online certificate in finance program today.
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