Business Administration - Financial Planning

Program description

Seneca's Business Administration – Financial Planning program puts you in demand with the financial planning expertise employers seek. Many Faculty of Business programs have a substantially common first–year curriculum. This curriculum provides a solid foundation in business and develops skills necessary for a successful career. As a student of BAF, you’ll have the flexibility to transfer most earned credits to another program. Students at the Markham Campus will be able to complete three semesters of study then transfer to the Newnham Campus for semesters 4 to 6.

During the program you’ll have the opportunity to write the Canadian Investment Fund Course (CIFC)® exam to be eligible for mutual fund licensing as well as the Canadian Securities Course (CSC)® exams to be eligible for a securities license. In addition, as a graduate of BAF, you’ll be qualified to challenge the Certified Financial Planner (CFP)® Professional Competence Examination 1 (PCE1).

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Seneca College

School of Accounting and Financial Services


Three years (6 semesters)

Credential awarded

Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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