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Finance Courses

A skilled financial advisor is always in high demand

Whether you’re officially a financial advisor or just have a career in finance that you want to take to the next level, a professional development course in finance from Creighton University can help you develop an in-demand skillset. Many courses get at the root of financial decisions through financial psychology, while others focus on planning and communication. All share a common goal of improving financial outcomes for clients, communities and individuals.

Our professional development courses in finance are led by expert instructors, and they offer experiential learning opportunities plus provide skills you can immediately use in the workplace.

Designed with busy professionals in mind, Creighton’s professional development courses are flexible and streamlined. Many are offered online, and shorter time commitments mean they can fit into your busy schedule.

If you’re looking for something more extensive, you can take a series of courses to earn a Graduate Certificate in Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance.

Discover All of Creighton’s Professional Development Courses in Finance

Completing a professional development course can show financial institutions exactly how you can add value or improve your personal financial habits.

Explore taking a professional development course in finance

Find the course that fits your goals below. Click a course name to see details about what the class covers, its duration, method (online or on campus) and more.

Applied Behavioral Finance

  • Gain a practical understanding of how to apply behavioral finance theory and research to the practice of business, financial planning and financial therapy to help improve the financial health of clients.

Introduction to Financial Psychology

  • Learn strategies and skills to help clients as they work toward their financial goals. Examine the intersection between financial planning, financial coaching and financial therapy in this introductory course.

Psychology of Personal Finances

  • In this advanced course, you’ll learn about the integration of financial psychology into financial planning, financial coaching, business and financial therapy.