Financial Literacy, Certificate
The Certificate in Financial Literacy is offered for all undergraduate students who need to increase their ability to make sound financial decisions. The Certificate is designed to teach personal finance, financial planning, and risk management under different economic forces. There is particular emphasis in how the planning process can change how an individual addresses different predicaments, particularly under risk.
Furthermore, students will be involved in the financial planning process with hands-on projects and gain valuable experience that will prepare them to address the needs of individuals and small businesses. Students must earn at least 6 of the 12 hours required for the certificate in residence at EKU and earn a “C” or better in all courses comprising the certificate.
|ACC 200||Survey of Accounting||3|
|or BUS 209||Fundamentals of Financial and Managerial Accounting|
|FIN 201||Personal Money Management||3|
|RMI 370||Principles of Risk and Insurance||3|
|FIN 311||Personal Financial Planning||3|
|or ACC 322||Tax I|
|or ECO 230||Fundamentals of Microeconomics|