The Financial Therapy graduate certificate is offered through the School of Family Studies and Human Services. The program is completely online, combining self-study with a mentoring classroom-type experience. Students will develop skills to help clients improve financial well-being from a holistic perspective where psychological, emotional, relational, and economic aspects of financial health are considered and addressed.
Students will be required to have completed a Fundamentals in Personal Finance equivalent course that covers basic financial planning concepts. The course can be an undergraduate or graduate course and must have been taken at an accredited university.