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Bachelor's Degree in Personal Financial Planning

Help others achieve their financial goals by exploring financial products and how they work, while learning the role of family in financial decisions.

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Bachelor's Degree in Personal Financial Planning

B.S. in personal financial planning; minor

Have a head for business and a heart for people? Personal financial planning can set you on the path to an exciting career helping people meet their financial goals.

Students tackle both quantitative courses in retirement planning, investment planning, and estate planning, as well as courses focused on learning how to understand and help people. A combined emphasis on understanding financial products and how they work, as well as the role of family in financial decisions helps you build a solid foundation for this in-demand profession.


The K-State difference

K-State's personal financial planning program is consistently ranked as a top program nationally.

Personal financial planning students boast a 100 percent employment rate. Graduates can expect to earn around $100,000 per year within their first 10 years of employment.

Did you know?

Graduates who receive their bachelor’s degree are eligible to sit for the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and the Accredited Financial Counselor® exams.


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