Family Financial Planning, Undergraduate Certificate

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2022-2023. Learn more about University Academic Regulation 3.1.

Total Hours: 18

FFP 3813Insurance Planning for Families3
FFP 3823Retirement Planning for Families3
FFP 3833Estate Planning for Families3
FFP 4813Income Tax Planning for Families3
FFP 4823Investment Planning for Families3
FFP 4933Capstone: Financial Plan Development3
Fundamentals of Family Financial Planning 1
Total Hours18

Optional course. FFP 3803 is a course designed to give students an introduction to the Financial Planning field. Though not required, it is encouraged that students new to Financial Planning take this course in order to get a better understanding of the field as a whole and what skills are required to be successful in the courses as well as the profession.

Contact: Dr. Kate Mielitz, Assistant Professor, 405-744-6052