With our five-course graduate certificate program, you can expand your knowledge in financial services management and the derivatives market.
Suffolk’s Graduate Certificate in Financial Services and Banking (GCFSB) will teach you valuable skills in bank management and financial services management. Program classes cover derivative products, risk exposure control for derivatives, and derivative marketing.
You’ll be able to complete this graduate certificate program in as few as nine months part-time. You won’t need to take the GRE or GMAT to enroll in this program, which means you can enter a full-time master’s program after completing the certificate without taking either of the entrance exams.
Cost Per Credit (2017-2018)For part-time students
9-16 months of part-time study
Take MBA 650
This course extends the body of knowledge acquired in MBA 650. Students expand knowledge of dividend theory, capital structure theory, capital budgeting, long-term financing decisions, cash management and corporate restructuring, market efficiency, and risk and liability management.
Offered Both Fall and Spring
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Graduate certificate courses, if waived, will need to be substituted with an approved elective. To substitute an approved elective for a required course, a student must have successfully completed equivalent academic coursework at the undergraduate/graduate level in the five years prior to matriculation ("B" or better) and provide official transcripts (with English translations, if applicable).
Candidates who apply within one year of completing their graduate certificate will have applicable courses applied to a Sawyer Business School (SBS) graduate degree program in the same discipline as the certificate as long as a grade of "B" or better was earned in that course.
Candidates who apply beyond one year or from a certificate program outside their discipline will have coursework evaluated on a case by case basis for relevancy, current degree requirements, and current Sawyer Business School waiver and transfer policies.
Transfer credits from the graduate certificate must have an earned grade of "B" or better and have been taken within five years prior to entering a SBS graduate degree program. However, at the discretion of the program director, some courses may not be transferred if the subject material has changed significantly since completion.
Fall Semester: March 15 (priority), then rolling
Spring Semester: October 15 (priority), then rolling
Summer Semester: April 1 (priority), then rolling
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