Master's in Personal Financial Planning
The master's degree in personal financial planning at Kansas State University is a distance-based curriculum that allows students to complete coursework at times convenient times to them. Upon completion of the personal financial planning track, students are eligible to take the Certified Financial Planner certification examination. The program consists of 30 semester credit hours. Students entering the program without the CFP® designation or a time value of money course will be required to take PFP 624 Fundamentals of Family Financial Planning or an equivalent course as a prerequisite.
Students can pair the graduate certificate in personal financial planning with the graduate certificate in financial therapy to finish their master's degree or complete advanced coursework in personal financial planning. Learn more about the curriculum here.