Career and Professional Development

School of Continuing Studies

Certificate in Applied Finance

Objectives

This program aims to provide students with the appropriate competencies in the area of finance using learner-centered instructional methods so as to prepare them for a variety of careers in finance. The program is designed to provide a solid knowledge base in various finance related fields, such as corporate finance, investment banking and portfolio management, risk management, treasury finance, financial planning and sustainable financial management.
Note:
There are two external prerequisite courses to the program, which must be taken prior to taking certain required courses in this program. Students who wish to apply for advanced standing for prerequisite courses must complete an Advanced Standing form at the time of admission or they may take an Exemption by Examination test. Prerequisites and corequisites are not included in the total credit requirements for the program.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Winter
2015
Spring/Summer
2015
Fall
2015
Winter
2016
PRE-REQUISITES TO PROGRAM:
MGCR 211Introduction to Financial Accounting TUE WEDTUETUE WEDTUE WED
CMSC 101College Algebra and FunctionsCMSC 000 or the Exemption by Examination testTUE THUTUE/THUWEDTUE
CO-REQUISITES TO PROGRAM:
MGCR 273Introductory Management StatisticsCMSC 101 or the Exemption by Examination TestWED WEDWED
MGCR 293Managerial Economics MONMON/WEDMONMON
7 REQUIRED COURSES: (21 Credits)
ACCT 354Financial Statement AnalysisMGCR 211 and MGCR 341TUE TUETUE
CFIN 300Fundmntls of Fin. Markets & Institutions MON MONMON
CFIN 310Short-Term Financial ManagementMGCR 211 MON MONMON
CFIN 410Investment and Portfolio ManagementMGCR 211 and MGCR 341WED WEDWED
FINE 342Finance 2MGCR 341 Note: Only one of FINE 342 or FINE 343 can be counted for credit.MONTUEMONMON
FINE 482International Finance 1MGCR 341THU THUTHU
MGCR 341Finance IMGCR 273 for SCS Students or MGCR 271 or EquivalentWEDMON/SATWEDWED
3 COMPLEMENTARY Courses to be chosen from the following: (9 Credits)
CFIN 200Retirement Planning  THU  
CFIN 305Investor Behaviour WEDMON  
CFIN 401Sustainable Finance and the FirmMGCR 211    
CFIN 402Business Valuation and Project FinanceMGCR 211 and MGCR 341    
CFIN 403Mergers and AcquisitionsMGCR 211 and MGCR 341SAT  SAT
CFIN 421Asset Liability ManagementMGCR 211    
CPDV 301Risk Management   SAT 
CPDV 302Risk ControlCPDV 301THU  THU
CPDV 303Risk FinancingCPDV 301TUE  TUE