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 or VA funding.
Undergraduate Certificate in Finance
Designed to give students a basic understanding of financial theory and applications. Upon completion of the program, students should be able to do the following: apply financial theories to practical situations.
Select 4 courses from the following:
- BUS 4303 – International Trade
- BUS 4304 – International Legal Operations
- ECO 4301 – International Economics
- FIN 4301 – Financial Institutions
- FIN 4302 – International Finance
Graduate Certificate in Finance
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.