Financial Housing Counseling

Graduate Certificate Program Summary

Description

The Financial and Housing Certificate Program enhances an already existing Master's degree in Family Financial Planning by specifically addressing the needs of the Military Advancement Academic Program (MAAP), a program of the Great Plains Interactive Distance Alliance (GP-IDEA) that focuses on career needs of Military Personnel and Military Spouses. The Certificate provides the initial educational background that can potentially lead to two possible designations: 1) Accredited Financial Counseling (AFC) and 2) Certified Housing Counselor (CHC). Both designations (AFC and CHC) are earned through an examination process offered through the Association of Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE).


Online and Distance Opportunities

All courses are completed online through Great Plains IDEA, a consortium of 20 universities offering courses and programs in the Human Sciences and Agricultural disciplines.

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Child, Youth, and Family Studies

Department Chair
Dr. Richard Bischoff
135 Mabel Lee Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0236
402-472-5801
rbischoff2@unl.edu

Certificate Advisor
Dr. Jodi Letkiewicz
252 Mabel Lee Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0236
402-472-6560
jletkiewicz2@unl.edu

Questions about the application process, deadlines, or status
Diane Carson
Clerical Associate
135 Mabel Lee Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0236
402-472-8209
dcarson2@unl.edu

Questions about Great Plains IDEA programs
Lisa King
Staff Assistant
135 Mabel Lee Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0236
402-472-7787
lking2@unl.edu

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Application checklist and deadlines

1. Required by Graduate Studies

Submit these items as part of the standard steps to admission.

2. Required by the department

Application deadline
Fall: June 1; Spring: October 1; Summer: January 15

Courses

The Financial and Housing Certificate consists of 18 credit hours. All courses listed below are 3 credit hours.

Required

Elective

An additional two courses (6 credits based on the student's professional goals/career plans) selected from:

Cost of attendance

Cost differs from one student to another. For details see Tuition, Fees, and Funding or try our Cost Estimator.

More course information

The Course Catalog provides course descriptions and prerequisites, grouped by subject area.

The Schedule of Classes specifies dates, times, locations, and instructors for courses being offered in current and near-future terms.

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For additional details check out the dept./program website: Child, Youth, and Family Studies.

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