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Master's Degree - Family Financial Planning
Credit hours to complete degree: 36
Last Updated: 4/18/2024 4:01 pm

Fundamentals 3 credit hours

For students new to financial planning or seeking AFC certification. Check with your advisor prior to enrolling.

Fundamentals Course or Instructor Availability by Year and Semester
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Fundamentals for Family Financial Planning3Jim DealJim DealJim DealNDSU

Core Courses 21 credit hours

Capstone 3 credit hours

This required course should be taken after all core courses have been completed. 

Capstone Course or Instructor Availability by Year and Semester
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Financial Planning - Case Studies3Jonathan FoxKathryn MorrisonKimbree RedburnKimbree RedburnKathryn MorrisonKimbree RedburnSDStateSDStateMTSUSDStateSDState

Electives 12 credit hours

Consult your academic advisor for more information. Practicum credits vary.

Cross-Program Electives 3 - 6 credit hours

These electives, offered by expert faculty in the field of gerontology and aging studies, provide students with unique opportunities to expand their toolkit for supporting their aging clients while also networking with professionals who work with aging adults.

Cross-Program Electives Course or Instructor Availability by Year and Semester
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Contemporary Perspectives on Adult Development and Aging3Alex BishopAlex BishopAlex BishopOSU
Foundations in Integrative Aging Studies3Peter MartinISUISU