If you are a finance professional seeking to stay relevant in your field or to expand your skills, this certificate is for you. The certificate is available on-campus, online, or a combination of both.
Students may choose any three 500-level finance courses to complete the Finance certificate. A complete listing of courses available can be found at www.walshcollege.edu/catalog.
To be eligible for the certificate, you must have a bachelor's or master's degree.
Walsh College Finance and Economic Club
- An optional club open to all undergraduates and graduates, the Finance and Economic Club has no fees or requirements to join
- Club activities include certification seminars, economic club luncheons, R.I.S.E forum, and a tour of the Detroit Federal Reserve Bank
- Members will enjoy networking with industry professionals and fellow students, keeping current with the jobs market, resume experience and internship opportunities with local firms
- Learn more at http://www.walshcollege.edu/fec
Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement
For the most recent year colleges were requested to report data, occupations in which graduates typically find employment after completing the Finance Certificate include Financial Analysts. Further information on occupations may be found at http://online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk/ and entering the SOC code of 13-2051. The normal time-frame for completing the certificate is three semesters. We estimate that tuition and fees would total $5,856 and books and supplies would total $567. Walsh College is not required disclose the median loan debt and on-time completion rate of students when less than 10 students completed the program during the reported calendar year.