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Richard Burgess, Professor of Finance and H. Michael and Laurie Krimbill Faculty Fellow
The Certificate in Finance program prepares individuals for entry-level positions in the finance industry or enhances the finance skills necessary for advancement in existing positions. Areas of study include corporate finance, investments and portfolio management, financial institutions, international finance, and risk management.
Those admitted to this program must either hold a bachelor’s degree or have sufficient coursework for junior standing at The University of Tulsa. Certification requires that students complete 15 hours of accredited coursework in finance with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in all coursework as well as in courses used to fulfill certification requirements.
Following are the course requirements and options.