Certificate in Corporate Finance
Certificate in Financial Decision Making
How much will this program cost me?*
Tuition and fees: $1960/credit and a on-time $100/program fee (billed in first semester)
On-campus room & board: N/A
What other costs are there for this program: N/A
What financing options are available to help me pay for this program?
Financing for this program may be available through grants, scholarships, loans (federal and private) and institutional financing plans. The median amount of debt for program graduates is shown below:
Federal loans: N/A
Private education loans: N/A
Institutional financing plan: N/A
How long will it take me to complete this program?
The program is designed to take 8 months to complete.
* Fewer than 10 students completed this program in 2014-15. The number who finished within the normal time has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.
What are my chances of getting a job when I graduate?
The job placement rate for students who completed this program is *%.
* We are required to calculate this information; however, due to privacy concerns, we are unable to provide this data.
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