The Financial Services bachelor's degree from Bryant and Stratton College prepares students for careers in banking, accounting, insurance or estate planning.
Curriculum in the Financial Services bachelor's degree was developed to meet the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) Board of Standards, Inc. and the Academy of Financial Services. The program outcomes were created in association with input from major banks, brokerage houses, accounting firms, credit counseling organizations and insurance agencies. The Financial Services bachelor's degree emphasizes personal financial planning, and students are eligible to take the CFP Certification Exam (3 years of full-time work experience, as outlined by the CFP® Board, required to sit for exam) upon graduation.
To adequately equip students for career mobility within the financial field, the Financial Services bachelor's degree combines business, accounting and finance courses with essential liberal arts courses. Students also acquire knowledge, skills and competency in estate planning, investments, insurance, tax, retirement planning and employee benefits as part of this specialized degree program.
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