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Minor in Personal Financial Planning

The minor in Personal Financial Planning prepares students for leadership roles in this growing profession. Personal financial advisors provide advice on investments, insurance, mortgages, college savings, estate planning, taxes, and retirement to help individuals manage their finances.

The minor in Financial Planning is available to all non-Finance undergraduate students enrolled at Central Connecticut State University. CCSU's minor in Personal Financial Planning is an ideal minor for non- Finance majors seeking to build their financial knowledge and increase their career opportunities.

To finish with a minor in Personal Financial Planning, students are required to complete 18 credits, distributed as follows

Required Courses (12 credits)

AC 211 Introduction to Financial Accounting
3
FIN 210 Personal Finance
3
FIN 295 Managerial Finance
3
FIN 300 Personal Financial Planning
3
Total Credit Hours
12

 

Electives (6 credits)

FIN 310 Principles of Investments
3
FIN 320 Financial Markets and Institutions
3
FIN 321 Insurance
3
AC 302 Introduction to Income Taxation
3
Total Credit Hours
6

Students must complete the entire personal financial planning minor course requirements with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 for the six courses used to complete the personal financial planning minor. Students must also receive a grade of C- or better in each minor course taken.

For More Information:
Dr. Joseph Farhat
Chair, Department of Finance
E-mail: JosephFarhat@ccsu.edu

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