Gain the skills, expertise, and qualifications you need to advance your career in the field of financial planning.

The financial planning degree completion program allow students to build upon previous credits and develop their applied financial services skills for challenging, well-compensated employment with banks, investment firms, law firms, insurance providers, and consulting enterprises. It will also prepare students considering an MBA, MSF, MSA, or other graduate study.


Core and Foundation Courses
CourseCreditsNECC Equivalent(s)
EC 201 Microeconomics3EC 201
EC 202 Macroeconomics3EC 202
EN 105 Writing Seminar3ENG 101
EN 106 Critical Reading, Thinking3ENG 102
Ethics3HES 201, PHI 110
Expressive Arts3Any ART, DAN, MUS, THE, or language class
History3Any HIS
Literature3Any LIT
MA 210 Statistics3 to 4MAT 125
Philosophy3Any PHI
Religious Studies3REL 101
Natural Science3 to 4Any BIO, CHM, ERS, PHS
Natural Science4Any BIO, CHM, ERS, PHS with lab
Social Science
Recommended: Public Speaking
3COM 111 or any ANT, ECO, GEO, GOV, HIS, INT, PSY, SOC
Social Science
Recommended: Introduction to Psychology
3PSY 101 or any ANT, ECO, GEO, GOV, HIS, PSY, SOC
Prerequisite Credits61 to 63 
Additional Required Courses: Can be Taken at Regis, NECC, or Elsewhere
CourseCreditsNECC Equivalent(s)
MT 340 Financial Management3FIN 201
ID 413 Interdisciplinary Internship Seminar3COP 110
MT 203 Leadership and Management3BUS 101
MT 204 Organizational Behavior3MGT 201, MGT 205
MT 209 Financial Accounting3ACC 101
MT 210 Managerial Accounting3ACC 102, ACC 203
MT 222 Principles of Marketing3MKT 210
MT 235 Software Applications3CIS 110, CIS 112
MT 304 Business Law and Ethics3BUS 211
Course to complete the Minor3 
Coursework to be Taken at Regis
EC 208 Economics in Film3
MT 301 Principles of Financial Planning3
MT 302 Risk Management and Insurance Planning3
MT 303 Investment Planning3
MT 304 Tax Planning3
MT 305 Retirement Savings and Income Planning3
MT 306 Estate Planning3
MT 307 Capstone Course in Financial Planning3
Courses toward the Minor6

Total credits for degree: 121 to 123

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