Family Financial Planning (FFP)

FFP 2003 Financial Health for Helping Professionals

Description: Develop and build healthy financial habits and maintain financial wellness through college and beyond.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 2613 Financial Perspectives throughout the United States (DS)

Prerequisites: Must have completed 20 credit hours.

Description: An introduction to the personal relationship with money focusing on similarities and differences between Race/Ethnicity, Sex/Gender, Aging, Religion, and Family Structure. This course provides an overview of history, present day application, seeks solutions, and encourages reflection on the personal and societal relationships with money.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

General Education and other Course Attributes: Diversity, Social & Behavioral Sciences

FFP 3803 Fundamentals of Family Financial Planning

Description: An introduction to issues and concepts related to the individual and family financial planning process and the client/planner relationship.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 3813 Insurance Planning for Families

Description: Aspects of risk to individuals and families and covers the tools and strategies that can be used to reduce and manage those risks.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 3823 Retirement Planning for Families

Description: Study of considerations in retirement planning for individuals and families.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 3833 Estate Planning for Families

Description: Aspects of the estate planning process and legislation applied to the needs of families.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 4303 Financial Counseling

Prerequisites: Must have completed 20 credit hours.

Description: This course emphasizes the development of professional skills for assisting individuals and families to become responsible financial managers through the financial counseling process. The course will focus on skills that need to be attained to become a helping professional with an expertise in financial planning including: relationship building, listening skills, practice standards, intake and record keeping, client action plans and agreements.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 4813 Income Tax Planning for Families

Description: A review of tax laws and the tools that can be used for personal income tax planning to meet individual and family goals.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 4823 Investment Planning for Families

Description: The essentials of how investment planning informs individual and family economic goals.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 4933 Capstone: Financial Plan Development

Description: Addresses the application of all aspects of financial planning. Development and presentation of a comprehensive financial plan to a client.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 5303 Fundamentals of Family Financial Planning

Description: The nature and functioning of financial systems, including currencies, markets, monetary and fiscal policy, and supply and demand for land, labor and capital. Focus on the impact of global financial interdependence on individuals and families in the U.S. Current and emerging issues, as well as current research and theory relative to financial systems. Web-based instruction. Previously offered as HES 5303 and HS 5303.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Graduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 5353 Financial Counseling for Family Financial Planning

Description: Theory and research regarding the interactive process between client and practitioner, including communication techniques, motivation and esteem building, counseling environment, ethics, and data intake, verification, and analysis. Legal issues, compensation, technology to identify resources, information management, and current or emerging issues. Web-based instruction. Previously offered as HES 5353 and HS 5353.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Graduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci

FFP 5503 Housing and Real Estate for Family Financial Planning

Description: Overview of the role of housing and real estate in financial planning process from a theoretical perspective. Taxation, legal aspects, mortgages, and financial calculations related to home ownership and real estate investments. New and emerging issues in the context of housing and real estate. Role of ethics in financial planning including housing and real estate. Previously offered as DHM 5503.

Credit hours: 3

Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Contact: 3

Levels: Graduate

Schedule types: Lecture

Department/School: Human Dev & Family Sci