A certificate is an educational program of study in a specific discipline created for those interested in expanding skills and knowledge for personal and/or professional development. Certificates are credit-based and taught by qualified faculty members. Certificates align with existing curricula and are offered at the undergraduate and graduate level. Certificates require a minimum of 12 semester hours and are recorded on the student’s transcript.
Note: Certificate programs are not eligible for Federal Student Aid.
Finance Undergraduate Certificate
Provides fundamental knowledge and practical application in information technology. Upon completion of the certificate, students should be able to do the following: Use basic functions of software applications.
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Finance Graduate Certificate
Designed to give students a basic understanding of finance functions. Upon completion of the certificate, students should be able to do the following: Apply financial concepts to decision-making in domestic and international organizations.
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