Whether you are looking to advance your career or distinguish yourself from your peers, we have a program that will fit your needs. Our team teaching concept involving practitioners and academics brings a unique mix of conceptual frameworks, practical knowledge, application, and rigor to students’ learning experiences. The overall focus is problem solving, applying financial planning principles to real life situations, and helping individuals, families, and businesses achieve their financial goals.
Our program consists of six courses with a total of 18 credit hours. All courses are offered online and a select few are available through traditional classroom delivery. Our online courses are instructor-led and content is released on a weekly schedule. Courses are offered three times a year: spring, summer, and fall semesters. Spring and fall courses are 15-weeks in length, summer courses are 10-weeks in length. General start and end time frames for each semester are as follows:
Spring semester: mid-January through the first week of May
Summer semester: Tuesday after Memorial Day through the first week of August
Fall semester: last week of August through the first week of December
Academic credit is available to undergraduate and graduate students. The Financial Planning Minor is available to all undergraduate students at Texas A&M University.
Extended Learning credit is available to adult learners, former students, and professionals who are interested in changing or advancing their careers.