The M.A. in Law with a Wealth Management and Financial Planning Concentration currently consists of 30 credit hours and covers the 72 topics required for all CFP Board-registered programs. Graduates of Regent’s program are eligible to sit for the CFP® Certification Examination.
This program was developed a bit more than 2 years ago when Dr. Robertson realized that as our population ages, there is an increased need for quality, principled leadership by well-educated individuals to help with wealth transfer. Financial planners enjoy the opportunity of helping their clients achieve their life goals by offering assistance regarding wise use of money and financial planning so they can afford to purchase a home, if desired, educate their children, be able to retire at the desired age, and be sufficiently insured or otherwise prepared to survive life events that potentially could cause financial crisis. Regent’s program also opens the door for careers such as Certified Financial Planner®, Wealth Management Advisor, Trust Officer, and Investment Manager.
For more information about Regent Law’s wealth management & financial planning degree or any of the school’s new Master of Arts concentrations, call 877.267.5072 or visit regent.edu/law.