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NCPR 500: Personal Financial Planning
Online Synchronous | Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30pm | Aug 24-Nov 30
Introduces the concepts of the financial planning process, client/planner interactions, time value of money applications, personal financial statements development and assessment, cash flow and debt management, and asset acquisition. Other topics and an overview of practice management concepts will be discussed. Recommended but not required: Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Statistics.
Eric Wiegand | Noncredit | Required
NCPR 504: Retirement Planning
Online Synchronous | Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm | Aug 25-Dec 1
Focuses on retirement preparation. Includes topics such as the importance of retirement planning, an evaluation of the clients needs, an understanding of Social Security and Medicare, and qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. Recommended but not required: Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Statistics.
James Simos | Noncredit | Required
NCPR 506: Capstone: Financial Planning
Online Synchronous | Thursdays, 6:30-9:30pm | Aug 26-Dec 2
Engages students in critical thinking and decision-making about personal financial management topics in the context of the financial planning process. Focuses on refining and developing skills for personal financial planners when working with individuals, families, and business owners in meeting financial needs and objectives. Prerequisites: Completion of all other required courses.
Gary Roseman | Noncredit | Required
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