Global leaders including the Royal Bank of Canada and Manulife Financial attest that Canada's financial services sector is one of the most sophisticated in the world - and the world has taken notice. It is also a large sector employing over 750,000 people - individuals who participate in generating over 6% of our national GDP.
This series of courses offer the principles of financial services in a variety of financial planning positions which students can apply to banking, investment and insurance.
In completion of all courses, students are prepared to write the examinations leading to the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) designation. And in addition, students are encouraged to begin work on their CFA® designation in their final year - a widely respected international credential.
Mount Royal’s Financial Services minor prepares you to enter one of today’s fastest growing industries, where you can share your knowledge of finances with individuals or businesses.
You may be employed by a bank, insurance agency, brokerage or investment firm and your job title could be:
The BBA prepares you for Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs as well as other graduate studies.
|FNCE 2132||Introduction to the Stock Market|
|FNCE 3201||Retirement Planning|
|FNCE 3203||Income Tax Planning|
|FNCE 3205||Strategic Investment Planning|
|FNCE 3207||Risk Management & Estate Planning|
|FNCE 3301||Canadian Securities Course I|
|FNCE 3303||Canadian Securities Course II|
|FNCE 4407||Investment Principles|
|MKTG 2154||Professional Selling|