Gain the knowledge and advanced skills needed to boost your career with an Investment Analysis graduate certificate. Qualified analysts guide companies in valuing financial assets, assessing risk and designing risk management strategies. These high-demand positions often require skills that go beyond a bachelor’s degree.
Note: Students in the graduate certificate in Investment Analysis can also complete the certificate in Corporate Finance. Certificate courses may be applied toward completion of the M.S. in Finance; however, the M.S. does require a comprehensive exam. Certificate courses that are part of the MBA program may also count toward completion of that degree. Contact us if you would like to learn more about applying certificate courses toward degree programs.
The graduate certificate in Investment Analysis requires completion of five courses (15 credits) that are available online. For course list and descriptions, visit the Graduate Catalog.
Complete 12 credits from the following:
Common Body of Knowledge (0-6 credits) are determined based on transcript review
No GMAT required.
To qualify for admission to the certificate program, students must have a bachelor's degree from a recognized institution and meet graduate admission criteria.
Online business graduate programs at UW-Whitewater are a superior value at USD $652 per credit for the 2021-22 academic year — whether you are a Wisconsin resident, an out-of-state student, or international student.
If you compare our graduate tuition to other AACSB-accredited business schools who offer online classes, you will find that this per-credit price is quite reasonable.
What creates this value?
Graduate students can purchase textbooks and other instructional materials through the University Bookstore or elsewhere online. Students should verify what materials are needed with their instructor.
Students enrolled in the Graduate certificate programs are not federal aid eligible.
Students completing a certificate with a degree program may be eligible for financial aid in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, or employment. All of these make up a “Financial Aid Package” and may be offered singly or in various combinations. Since funds are limited, priority for aid is based on financial need and how promptly applications are filed. For more information, please reach out directly to the Financial Aid department.