Program Length: 2 years/ 4 semesters
In just two years, the Financial Services program will help students to develop the communication, marketing, analytical and selling skills needed for the finance world, in which they will interact with and maintain clients. Covered in this School of Business offering will be financial topics as well as general business knowledge. Upon graduating from this four-semester Financial Services program, students will be prepared to explore further professional designations in various international locations. For example, in Canada: - Investment Funds Exam, which will license them to sell mutual funds - Canadian Securities Course (CSCTM) qualifying exams - Life License Qualification program (LLQP) exam, which, upon passing, will qualify grads to write the Ontario Life Insurer exam Successful completion of industry-recognized courses is essential for a career in the financial services industry. These courses have no substitutes. Registration in these courses will incur costs in addition to the regular Financial Services program tuition.
- Experienced faculty members who are industry professionals will deliver the Financial Services courses. - Small class sizes will foster an environment in which students will receive individualized attention. - A combination of theory and practical application will ensure students are industry-ready upon graduation.
Start with a diploma, end with a degree! Successful graduates of this Financial Services program will have the opportunity to apply their credits towards further study at the degree level. Listed below are the degrees from partnering universities that are available for this program. Students should note that each partnership has a specific minimum grade requirement in order to qualify for transferring credits. All of the partner institution’s admission requirements must be met.
Royal Roads University
- Bachelor of Commerce – Entrepreneurial Management - Bachelor of Business Administration in Sustainability and International Business Seneca College - Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) - Financial Services Management
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
- Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) - Bridge - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Adult Education and Digital Technology
- Personal banking officer - Financial analyst - Investment advisor - Sales agent - Loan counsellor - Budget analyst - Stock broker - Mortgage specialist
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