Texas Tech University's Graduate Certificate in Charitable Financial Planning is intended for those who wish to develop a specialty in the area of planned giving, including complex techniques involving private foundations, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, donor advised funds, life insurance, and remainder interests. Students also will review and discuss the latest academic research on charitable giving motivations and fundraising strategies.
A bachelor's degree is required. Certificate programs can be pursued independently or concurrently with a master's program. All coursework is offered online.
|PFP 5325||Introduction to Charitable Giving|
|PFP 5326||Advanced Charitable Planning|
|PFP 5327||Charitable Giving: Research, Theory and Marketing|
|PFP 5398||Estate Planning|
Students simultaneously or subsequently pursuing the Master of Science in Personal Financial Planning may use courses taken in the Graduate Certificate program in partial fulfillment of their requirements. PFP 5398 is a required course in the Masters program and PFP 5325, PFP 5326, or PFP 5327 may be used as electives.
Contact the program coordinator by phone.