College of Health and Human Sciences
The coursework for the financial counseling and planning major includes accounting, communication, consumer behavior, economics, employee benefits, estate planning, investments, leadership, marketing, mathematics, personal finance, retirement planning, statistics, and tax law. This program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board.
Financial Counseling and Planning Website
Plan of Study
There are numerous career opportunities in financial planning firms; family financial clinics; investment services; and financial institutions such as credit unions, banks, loan companies, credit counseling services, insurance agencies, college financial aid offices, Social Security, the Cooperative Extension Service, and social welfare agencies.
Related Career Interests
Finance and Investing