Personal and Family Financial Planning

The University of Arizona's Norton School of Family & Consumer Sciences is pleased to present the Personal and Family Financial Planning (PFFP) Program.

We Create Future Financial Leaders

Through meaningful curriculum, educational enrichment, structured internships and hands-on professional development, the UA’s Personal and Family Financial Planning program will ensure that our graduates are prepared to enter the workforce empowered and in demand. Companies will actively recruit our well-prepared graduates into positions such as Financial Advisor, Wealth Manager and Financial Planner. We embrace this highly focused and flexible industry and look forward to creating the kind of professional connections that last a lifetime.

Forging a Mutually Beneficial Relationship Through a Solid Partnership Foundation

The best way to prepare for a bright future in the financial planning industry is to invest in relationships. Your partnership with the program will enable us to provide an unparalleled educational and career-oriented service to our students – a hub of collaboration and an opportunity to build brand recognition and engage clients.

Join Us as We Transform Our Education, Our Leadership and the Future

For more information about the Personal and Family Financial Planning Program, please contact Richard P. Rosen, J.D. You may also Connect with an Advisor.

If you are interested in declaring this major, please first read through this Online Information Session. When it is over, there will be a short quiz, and then you can fill out and submit the Change of Major Form. PFFP Online Info Session

Donate to the program!

With your support, our graduates will become powerful, insightful business leaders who will chart the future of financial planning in Arizona and beyond. Please consider a donation and let’s blaze trails together!

Get your degree at UA North Valley!

The University of Arizona North Valley offers undergraduate transfer degree pathways in a 2+2 format for a Bachelor's of Science degree in Personal and Family Financial Planning, allowing students to complete the first two years of their Bachelor’s degree in the Maricopa Community College District, then transfer to the University of Arizona North Valley for the second two years, completing an Associate’s degree along the way!  Innovative teaching technologies allow you to earn a high quality, respected University of Arizona degree program, without having to travel to Tucson. Learn more about the UA North Valley program at: http://northvalley.arizona.edu/program/personal-family-financial-planning

 

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