We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 semester. To earn a certificate, students must declare their candidacy. To do so, please use the button above.
As developed and emerging economies evolve and demand ever-growing capital investment while an aging global population seeks to invest and grow wealth to meet future needs, professionals who understand and are well equipped to address the goals and needs of investors will be in demand and play a vital role in the global financial industry. This established field in the area of finance will continue to evolve and expand, attracting talented professionals from various disciplines and backgrounds.
The Certificate in Investment Management is designed to provide you with core skills and competencies critical to the institutional investment decision-making process. For example, you will learn how investment managers and other industry players allocate assets to meet the goals and needs of investors. You will establish core knowledge of capital markets instruments and learn how changing market conditions affect investment portfolios. During the program, your courses are led by practitioners with investment management experience who focus on practical skills and use experiential learning and specific case studies to immediately put these tools into practice.
This demanding certificate program is designed primarily for individuals seeking core knowledge in investment management. Early-career professionals will find this to be a valuable credential to possess as they seek a role in this emerging area of finance. The Certificate consists of two required foundational courses and two electives, and it is expected to take up to two semesters to complete.
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You'll Walk Away With
- Familiarity with investment management industry participants
- An understanding of the investment goals and needs of different types of investors
- Knowledge of the standards of professionalism and ethical conduct in the investment industry
- Fluency with the fundamentals of capital market instruments
- The ability to interpret how changes in market conditions impact capital market instruments and participants