F151: Personal Finances of the College Student
This class introduces you to the basic planning tools and concepts for college-age financial literacy. The emphasis is on financial decisions and challenges facing a typical college student. Topics include careers, goal setting, budgeting, tax planning and credit, and financing higher education. This is the foundation of the financial literacy curriculum.
F152: Basic Financial Planning and Investment
In this class, you’ll be introduced to the basic planning tools and concepts for financial literacy into adulthood and retirement. The emphasis is on analyzing, selecting, and managing investments over a lifetime. Topics include time value of money, financial statements, retirement objectives, and investing in various financial assets. This is the second part of the financial literacy curriculum.
F251: Managing Personal and Financial Risk
This class introduces you to the basic planning tools and concepts for effective risk management. The emphasis is on determining, analyzing, and managing lifestyle and career factors contributing to financial risk, as well as the exploration of uses, suitability, and advantages of various insurance products for major risks. This is the third part of the financial literacy curriculum.