Full course description
Expand your financial knowledge and explore economic opportunities by learning about your role as a consumer in society, and what leads to healthy and unhealthy financial behaviors. You will gain valuable insight into systems such as credit, savings, insurance, stocks, bonds, and other investment programs. Learn about concepts that you can apply to your own finances, such as personal taxes, retirement planning, and estate planning. This course is not for credit.
Course Modality: This course is offered self-paced online.
Course Instructor: Kevin Aguas
Course Dates: February 5th - March 15th 2024
Course Time: There is not a scheduled class time for this course. Starting February 5th, you will have six weeks to complete the course content, which you can access and work on at any time. The course will close on March 15th.
Cost: $249 (plus materials; estimated $110)
NAU employees are eligible to register for this course at a reduced rate of $50. Please contact ContinuingEd@nau.edu for more information.
Registration Deadline: February 6th
For more information, contact ContinuingEd@nau.edu
Kevin Aguas is an Associate Professor of Finance for the W.A. Franke College of Business. He is the lead instructor for the Risk Management and Insurance Undergraduate (RMI) Certificate, along with the Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS), national student organization for insurance and risk management. He is an alum of Northern Arizona University. Kevin started his teaching career at NAU in 2012 where he has developed several courses in the area of Personal Finance and Risk Management.
Professional disability specialists are available at Disability Resources to facilitate a range of academic support services and accommodations for students with disabilities. If you have a documented disability, you can request assistance by contacting Disability Resources at 928-523-8773 (voice), 928-523-8747 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).