You want to get ahead in your financial career, but you want to stay in your current position. Whether you want to bring new growth to your organization, or you’re just starting out, a Graduate Certificate in Finance from Post can help you hone the skills you need to make a difference to your company and add value to your skillset.
We designed our Graduate Certificate in Finance with you in mind. You’ll build capabilities in analyzing, defining, and arriving at viable solutions in financial decision-making and planning that can give you a competitive edge you need to help you stand out and to prepare you for new professional opportunities.
In our Graduate Certificate in Finance, you’ll:
Be ready to provide support in financial service firms, brokerage and investment houses, banks, insurance companies and more
Learn completely online while you work,
Have the opportunity to earn credits toward completing a MBA in Finance
Prerequisites: BUS501, BUS510 (waived for Post MBA grads)
Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Finance will gain knowledge and skills in managing financial institutions, analyzing financial statements, and creating and managing financial portfolios. Students will also explore the impact of public policy on financial principles.
This Graduate Certificate is intended to augment knowledge gained by students in a bachelor or graduate degree program and to aid in career advancement in their chosen field.
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