Bachelor of Science in Financial Planning
$398 per credit hour*
121-122 Credit Hours
6 Start Dates
Between the complicated nature of financial planning and a growing number of people seeking assistance, it’s no wonder the job outlook for financial advisors is so positive. Husson University’s Bachelor of Science in Financial Planning degree program can help you gain the knowledge and skills to help people invest, plan for retirement, understand taxes and more.
*Based on a student transferring in between 60–90 credits. **All rates subject to change.
Upcoming Start Dates:
Term 4: March 11, 2024
Term 5: May 6, 2024
BA 271 Risk Management
A study is made of the risks encountered by individuals and business firms
BA 344 Personal Financial Planning
This course provides comprehensive coverage of personal financial planning in the areas of money management, taxes, consumer credit, housing and other consumer decisions, legal protection, insurance, retirement planning, and estate planning.
BA 364 Corporate Options and Structure
The course is a continuation of Financial Management I and will cover such topics as real options, sensitivity, scenario and break-even analysis, basic issues regarding stocks and bonds, risk/return and cost of capital, capital structure and limits to the use of debt
BA 460 Investments: Stocks and Mutual Funds
This course begins with an introduction to financial markets and investment instruments. Additional topics include risk and return, margin trading and short sales, mutual funds and stock quotations and trading procedures.
Husson Online programs are accredited through NECHE and prepare students for professional career opportunities.
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Generous transfer credit policy and lifelong career services.