The mission of the Financial Psychology Institute is to increase the understanding of how psychological factors impact financial behaviors, establish evidence-based practices for improving clients' financial health, and train financial and mental health professionals to work more effectively with clients.
Students will be automatically registered for their courses unless the student notifies the Heider College of Business Graduate Program's Office.
Graduate Certificate in Financial Psychology & Behavioral Finance course requirements (15 credits):
|MFP 753||Applied Behavior Finance||3|
|MFP 754||Introduction to Financial Psychology||3|
|MFP 755||Personal Financial Psychology||3|
|MFP 756||Psychology of Family Finances||3|
|MFP 757||Financial Communication and Client Interviewing||3|