What You Will Learn
The financial marketplace requires a broad array of skilled financial individuals from professionals to back-office workers in areas such as banking, securities dealing and brokerage, insurance and pension funds.
Why Study at CCM?
The Business Department at CCM equips students with practical learning experiences in the financial field. Our faculty possess both academic credentials and professional experience in banking, securities trading and corporate finance. Some of the faculty are also licensed financial advisors. The 12 credit Finance Certificate of Achievement includes three required courses: Money and Banking, Principles of Finance, and Investment Principles. It also includes one elective course.
Banking and Credit Intermediation: Commercial banking, Savings institutions, Credit unions, Credit card issuing, Consumer lending, Mortgage financing and brokerage, Financial transactions processing and clearinghouse
Securities dealing and brokerage: Investment banking, Securities brokerage, Commodities contract dealing and brokerage, Portfolio management, Investment advice
Insurance: Life insurance, Health insurance, Property and casualty insurance, Title insurance, Reinsurance, Claims adjusting
Trust: Pension funds
Corporations: Treasury, Investor Relations, Cash Management