Creighton University's Heider College of Business' online Graduate Certificate in Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance program examines how deep-seated financial beliefs established early in life can subconsciously drive financial decisions. This emerging field can help financial professionals gain the knowledge and skills needed to understand and unlock these subconscious beliefs to make better choices and meet financial goals.
In this online financial analysis certificate program, you’ll learn how to identify biases that impact your clients’ financial behaviors and apply techniques to counteract them, enabling you to better serve your clients and help them meet their goals. You’ll also learn the skills you need to establish, deepen and maintain positive and productive relationships with your clients.
What is Financial Psychology? Put simply, it’s the study of beliefs about money that influence our financial spending and behaviors. Learn more about the concept from Ted Klontz, PhD, Associate Professor of Practice in the Heider College of Business.
BACKED BY AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS SCHOOL AND EXPERT FACULTY
The Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance Certificate program is housed within Creighton’s prestigious and accredited Heider College of Business. This provides a unique opportunity to study the psychology of financial decision-making through a business lens.
Coursework is taught by highly skilled faculty with impressive backgrounds and credentials in the field. This includes experts Dr. Ted Klontz and Dr. Bradley Klontz, who have co-authored several books on the psychology of money and have been featured in a variety of national media outlets.
A FLEXIBLE—AND WORTHWHILE—INVESTMENT IN YOUR FUTURE
We know that graduate school can be a serious investment of your time and money, so we make sure that your investment is a smart one—and one that you can fit in your busy schedule. All courses in Creighton’s behavioral finance graduate certificate program are offered in eight-week sessions entirely online, allowing you to complete coursework at your convenience.
Plus, you’re well on your way to earning a full behavioral finance degree if you choose to further advance your education. The credits you earn in the Financial Psychology certificate program can be applied toward an MBA with a specialization in Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance.
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