OFFERS FACULTY OF FINANCIAL PLANNING
Department of Programs in Business
New York University School of Professional Studies
The NYU School of Professional Studies, Division of Programs in Business is seeking committed, experienced Financial Planners to teach part-time graduate financial planning courses in their major beginning Fall 2022.
The department is actively seeking candidates who have experience working with a wide range of professionals and/or teaching a wide range of students and can teach the following evening courses in person or online:
- Financial planning analysis and risk management
- investment and wealth management
- Income Taxation and Strategy
- Retirement strategies
- Estates, gifts and trusts
- Research applications in financial planning
- Applied Behavioral Finance
- money and relationships
- Personal financial analysis
- Analysis of investment data
The ideal candidate has
- Master’s degree in financial planning (preferred) or a related discipline and a CFP® certification
- At least 5 years of professional experience in this field
- The ability and skills to develop and deliver impactful and engaging financial planning coursework and program materials
- Experience in public speaking or corporate training
- Teaching experience strongly preferred
- Proven continuous professional development in this field
Department of Programs in Business
The NYU Division of Programs in Business provides applied, professional education for students interested in becoming leaders in a company’s functional areas: marketing, human resources, management and technology, and finance. Students from around the world are immersed in highly relevant curricular and co-curricular experiences that combine academic theory and the rich expertise of industry practitioners with global experience rooted in the business community of New York City. This creates a dynamic teaching and learning environment in which students acquire and apply practical skills to solve complex, real-world problems of business and society.
The Division of Programs in Business is committed to the School’s mission to bring diverse and interdisciplinary perspectives and the principles of inclusion to science. The department offers both credit and continuing education programs. In the last academic year, there were more than 2,000 graduates in seven master’s programs and 1,000 enrollments without credit points in various career advancement and continuing education programs.
NYU School of Professional Studies
For 87 years, the NYU School of Professional Studies (NYU SPS) has been a highly respected college grounded in applied learning. From its early years training returning World War II veterans to meet the country’s urgent need for a skilled technical workforce, it has grown into a professional education powerhouse offering 20 graduate degrees, 14 bachelor’s degrees for traditional and post -Offers traditional undergraduate and four associate degrees, and a wealth of continuing education courses and credentials.
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