As a financial professional, this program prepares you in the areas of financial planning, principles and industry standards, financial products and services, tax and legal implications, managing risks, and building customer service expertise. Graduates typically find employment in financial institutions, entering positions such as customer service representative; banking, credit or other investment management positions; finance and insurance clerks; insurance and real estate clerks; supervisors in sales and services; or investment professionals.
This diploma program consists of a common first year to build a practical grounding in general business skills and knowledge. Students choose from the following majors to further develop their business expertise on a business path that is best suited for them. Students must declare their major before applying to graduate. Majors include: Accounting, Digital Marketing, Event Management, Financial Services, General Business, Human Resources, Insurance and Risk Management, Integrated Marketing Communications, and Supply Chain Management.