The Family Financial Planning Certificate program prepares students for a career in helping people manage their money. Students will acquire a thorough understanding of the financial issues impacting individuals and families, and learn how to solve financial problems. Courses in the curriculum are rigorous and meet the Certified Financial Planner® Board of Standards education requirements, allowing students to sit for the Certified Financial Planner ® exam after completing the certificate. Students must hold a bachelor’s degree to acquire the certificate.
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Specializations (or Careers)
- Financial Advisor
- Real Estate Planner
- Wealth Manager
- Investment Banker
- Budget Analyst
The admission of students to the Family Financial Planning Certificate program is based on the general admission requirements of North Carolina A&T State University.
Curriculum Guide: To view the curriculum requirements for this program, please visit https://www.ncat.edu/caes/departments/family-and-consumer-sciences/family-financial-planning/financial-planning-certificate-facts.php.
For program-related questions:
- Valerie Giddings, Ph.D.
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
For assistance with the admissions process:
Office of Admissions
For assistance with the registration process:
Student Services Coordinator
336-285-3798 or 888-498-6752 (Toll-Free)
Business Services Coordinator
336-285-3811 or 888-498-6752 (Toll-Free)