Master of Financial Planning and Financial Psychology

Master of Financial Planning and Financial Psychology - MFPP

Master of Financial Planning and Psychology degree program is an
online program designed to prepare students for a career in the field of financial planning.
The program curriculum integrates the CFP® Board education requirement
core coursework with four financial psychology/behavioral finance courses to create a
unique and comprehensive master’s degree program in financial planning.
The graduate program would require completion of 33 credit hours, consisting of six personal
financial planning core courses, four financial psychology/behavioral finance courses, and
one elective.

MPLN Degree Requirements: (33 Credits)

Personal Financial Planning Core: (18 credits)
MFP 752Personal Insurance Risk Management3
FIN 511Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits3
FIN 512Estate Planning and Taxation3
MBA 739Tax Theory and Business Decisions3
MBA 715Investment Value and Theory3
MFP 758Case Studies in Financial Plan3
Financial Psychology/Behavioral Finance Core: (12 credits)
MFP 753Applied Behavior Finance3
MFP 754Introduction to Financial Psychology3
MFP 755Personal Financial Psychology3
MFP 756Psychology of Family Finances3
Graduate Elective of Choice: (1 Course)3
Suggested courses include:
Managerial Finance
Fixed Income and Derivatives I
Quantitative Analysis
Economics of Investment Management
Equity Analysis
Financial Communication and Client Interviewing
Total Credits33