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Top 5 Benefits of Earning a Master of Science Degree in Personal Financial Planning

Discover how pursuing a Master of Science Degree can benefit your financial career.

A Master of Science Degree in Personal Financial Planning shows that you have reached the highest level of financial expertise possible. It is immediately recognizable to both clients and firms.

Pursue the CFP® certification and a Master of Science Degree at the same time. With CFP Board approvals you can earn your CFP and Masters through the Master's degree program.  Take the first five modules of the program and have the education requirement fulfilled by the CFP Board. 

Master of Science Degree program graduates reports a 25% average earnings increase, as well as increases to their client base and even their job satisfactionSave time and money by pursuing industry-revered credentials and an MS degree at the same time.

Obtain more than 400 hours of continuing education for completing the program.

The program provides you with immediately applicable tools and techniques that can benefit your clients while advancing your financial career.

Required Courses in Personal Financial Planning Degree Program
Elective Courses in Personal Financial Planning Degree Program

"When I needed to contact instructors for additional clarification I found each experience to be helpful, effective, and enriching. The classroom discussions were informative because of lively and enthusiastic participation by classmates and instructors. The program took me out of my comfort zone into relatively uncharted waters, gave me the tools and confidence to explore the topics, and inspired me to use critical thinking both in and out of the classroom."

– Terri A.