Financial Skills For Life
Professional Education

Financial planning is the lifelong process by which individuals and households determine, pursue, and achieve financial goals. The principal mechanisms of personal financial planning include: responsible use of credit, investing and asset allocation, risk management, tax planning, retirement planning, and real estate planning. The course serves booth s an all-in-one primer in financial literacy and as a foundation for further course work for students who wish to become financial planning professionals. This noncredit class meets with a regular University of Utah credit course.

Questions? Call Professional Education at 801-585-1780 or use our online form.

Class Sections For Financial Skills For Life (PEPEC 350)

Fall 2018 Section 1

Tuition: $700.00      

Instructor: Staff

This class has begun. If no other sections are currently available, please contact us to find out when this class will be offered again.

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Spring 2019 Section 1

Type: Online
FAQ: Please call 801-585-1780
Tuition: $700.00

Instructor: STEPHEN GOALEN

Note: This course is only for students pursuing the non-credit Professional Certificate in Financial Planning. Those who are not certificate seeking should register for FCS 350. Please visit https://continue.utah.edu/proed/academy/certificate/financial-planning-certificate to find out more about this certificate.

Spring 2019 Section 90

Type: Online
FAQ: Please call 801-585-1780
Tuition: $700.00

Instructor: JENNIFER LEHMAN

Note: This course is only for students pursuing the non-credit Professional Certificate in Financial Planning. Those who are not certificate seeking should register for FCS 350. Please visit https://continue.utah.edu/proed/academy/certificate/financial-planning-certificate to find out more about this certificate.

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