Financial counseling is a rapidly growing field and a necessary personal skill in today’s complex financial market. The personal financial planning minor provides students with a cursory overview of the financial counseling profession.
At least 9 of the required 15 credit hours must be completed at Kansas State University. Students must achieve a cumulative 2.50 GPA in the five required courses to complete the minor.
Required Courses (12 credit hours):
- PFP 105 - Introduction to Personal Financial Planning (3 credits)
- PFP 305 - Advanced Personal Financial Planning (3 credits)
- PFP 310 - Family and Consumer Economics (3 credits)
- PFP 456 - Financial Counseling and Communication (3 credits)
Elective Courses (9 credit hours):
- PFP 300 - Understanding Debt and Credit (3 credits)
- PFP 460 - Retirement Planning Concepts (3 credits)
- PFP 462 - Personal Investment Concepts I (3 credits)
- PFP 464 - Estate Planning Concepts (3 credits)
- PFP 466 - Personal Risk Management and Insurance Planning (3 credits)
- PFP 472 - Personal Income Tax Concepts (3 credits)
Total Hours Required: 15