In this rapidly changing business environment, the barriers between institutions are eroding, and competition is increasing due to deregulation and new product development. Managing internal operations more efficiently and adapting to the changing external environment is critical to the long-term survival of institutions. The Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets and Institutions seeks to prepare students to measure the impact of accounting decisions on performance; to manage risks, assets, and liabilities to meet corporate goals; to understand domestic and international financial systems and the institutions within them; and to build financial relationships that foster marketing financial products.
An examination of financial services industry principles and practices seeks to provide individuals working in brokerage houses, investment or commercial banks, insurance companies, or real estate with a greater understanding of financial systems as well as how to manage risks, assets, and liabilities in meeting corporate goals.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|FIN 6101||Accounting Fundamentals for Financial Institutions||4|
|FIN 6161||Investment Analysis||4|
|FIN 6102||Asset and Liability Management||4|
|FIN 6120||Building Financial Relationships||4|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
16 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required