B.B.A. Certified Financial Planning

Why study Certified Financial Planning

This course of study sources material from some of the best minds in personal finance. Their expertise is built into your certificate.

What is it?

  • Supply chain management is how companies get us the products we all consume. As Amazon and E-commerce continues to take over the world, every company is now in the business of optimizing their supply chain.

Why is it practical?

  • Employees in Supply Chain earn an average of $82,000 annually, and that number can jump to $97,000 for professionals with 3-5 years of experience.
  • According to a recent study, 93% of supply chain management graduates are finding employment 3 months after graduation.

Why is it unique or exciting?

  • Supply chain is a cutting-edge field and rapidly changing, so the curriculum is constantly updated to make sure you are learning the most up-to-date info.

Become a finance pro
Know the ins and outs of taxes, investment, and more. Help others chart their course.

This program is designed so you’re confident and ready when it’s time for your CFP Board exams.

Facts Breakdown

Median annual salary for
Personal Financial Advisors.

Job growth above
the national average for
Personal Financial Advisors.

of Americans ages 65 and
over consult financial
planners when planning
for retirement.

Help shape financial futures

Certified Financial Planners know the ins and outs of investing, saving and money management.
You’ll learn to guide clients through some of the biggest moments of their lives and be a resource for them when times are tough.

Faculty Profiles

Aaron Moses, PhD

Department of Business Administration
AdventHealth Endowed Chair of Business Administrat

Satyanarayana Ramella, PhD

Department of Business & Financial Services
Assistant Vice President

Chanda Santo, MBA

Department of Business Administration
Assistant Professor