Why Study Financial Wealth Management?
- Introduces you to a growing industry with high-paying jobs
- Prepares you for a range of careers in finance, investment, and financial planning
- Help individuals, families, and businesses weigh risks and make rewarding financial choices
You Will Learn How to:
- Construct a sensible wealth management plan for a client
- Advise others on investment decisions
- Use various risk management techniques and products
- Manage tax obligations
- Practical Financial Planning
- Estate Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Case Studies in Wealth Management
Services provided by wealth managers, financial planners, and related professionals are likely to stay in demand as the economy grows. With a degree in wealth management, you will have access to a multitude of job prospects as a financial planner; securities and financial services sales agent; employee benefits manager; retirement planner; investment advisor; estate planner; legacy planner; or risk analyst.
Students are required to complete 150 hours of wealth management-related professional experience (through internships or permanent employment) prior to graduation. Through Suffolk’s Career Development Center, you will have access to an expansive database of internships. Many high-profile businesses and agencies, such as Bose, Fidelity, Merrill Lynch, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, visit our campus to recruit student interns.