If helping people and organizations become more profitable speaks to you, then our Certificate in Finance can help you get a head start in the field. You’ll learn fundamental skills in money management, financial decision-making, and financial planning to get your start in the field.
And it’s good for your bottom line, too: Payscale ranked our Malcolm Baldrige School of Business in the top 10 for return on investment in 2014.
In our Certificate of Finance program, you’ll:
Learn to analyze, define, and arrive at viable solutions in financial decision-making and planning
Begin to prepare for a career with financial service firms, brokerage and investment houses, and domestic and international businesses, among other areas
Be able to apply the credits you earn toward your B.S. in Finance degree
There is no prerequisite for our Certificate in Finance program.
Students pursuing a Certificate in Finance develop their knowledge of how to analyze financial situations, determine potential problems, and arrive at workable solutions. Through case studies, students will gain knowledge of the cultural, global and ethical environments in which businesses operate.
Students who earn their Certificate in Finance often go on to pursue their Bachelor of Science in Finance at Post University.
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