Financial Planning Certificate Program

Enrollment Options

Standard Online Program
Online Program Bundle
7 Courses
*student is responsible for purchasing books
Online Program + Books
Online Program Bundle
7 Courses
Course Books (over $1,000 value)
Online Program + Books +
Exam Review
Online Program Bundle
7 Courses
Course Books (over $1,000 value)
Exam Review Class ($1,295 value)

*CFP® Board Exam must be taken on or before March 31, 2021. CFP® Board Early Bird Exam fee is $625. Student is required to sign up for CFP® Board Exam, pay $625 fee, and then submit receipt for reimbursement. Students will be reimbursed within 30 days. Click here for full details.

Successful completion of the Boston University Financial Planning Program fulfills CFP Board’s education requirement. Graduates also receive a Boston University certificate in Financial Planning, and they are well prepared to take the examination leading to CFP® certification.

Course textbooks are required for all students enrolled in the Financial Planning Program.

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Purchase Individual Online Courses:

Introduction to Financial Planning  Price: $695

Insurance and Risk Management  Price: $695

Investments  Price: $695

Tax Planning  Price: $695

Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits  Price: $695

Estate Planning  Price: $695

Capstone Course in Financial Planning Price: $995

Purchase Reviews:

Dalton Review  Price: $1,295

Learn About Classroom Courses:

The Boston University Financial Planning Program is also available on campus. View the classroom-based curriculum here.

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To learn more, contact an Enrollment Advisor at 617-502-8822 or complete the form below.

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