Financial Planning Career Training

What classes can you take in Financial Planning career training?

Are you ready to get out of the wake of dead-end jobs and start a career in a growing field that will allow you to put your skills to good use? At EBI, we want you to discover all of your inner potential and follow the career path you’ve always dreamed of.

If you’ve always been good at math and balancing your finances, a Financial Planning career may offer the challenge and satisfaction you’re lacking now. Our Business Administration Financial Services degree program can help you develop the technical skills, attention to detail, organizational and decision-making skills needed to be successful in this field.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Here is a glimpse at the classes you can take during Financial Planner career training.

Principles of Accounting (ACC101): This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of accounting theory and practice, including journalizing transactions, adjusting entries, closing entries, and completion of financial statements. 

Investments (ACC230): This course is an introduction to financial instruments and the markets in which they trade.  The student will gain the basic knowledge for investment in the securities market.

Business Mathematics (BUS105): This course provides the fundamental concepts of arithmetic operations, fractions, decimals, equations and percentages.  These fundamentals are then applied to solve problems in business procedures including checking accounts, payroll, commissions, discounts, simple and compound interest, basic business statistics, and promissory notes.

Business Law (BUS120): The foundation and history of the justice system will be studied.  A case study approach will be integrated into the study of criminal law, torts, and contracts.  Emphasis will be placed on factual reasoning and logical analysis.

Money and Banking (ECO230): This course provides a fundamental treatment of how money and banks function in the US and world economies.  Topics include the roles of money in the US economy, the functions of the Federal Reserve Board, and the workings of monetary policy.

Principles of Marketing (MKT101): The course will analyze the theoretical marketing processes and the strategies of product development, pricing, promotion and distribution, and their applications to businesses and the individual consumer.

Earn your associates degree in as little as 16 months
Our Financial Services degree program provides a strong foundation for employment in the world of business. For more information about our career-focused programs, call Elmira 607-733-7177 or Vestal 607-729-8915 today!