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Dec 29, 2021

Campbell University’s MTWM Program to Go Online

Sponsored Content provided by Tyler Britton, J.D. - Director, Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program, Professor of Trust, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, Campbell University

Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business offers students the nation’s first and only Master of Trust and Wealth Management (MTWM) Program.  For years, this degree program was offered exclusively at the downtown Raleigh Campus.  In addition to the live, in-class option, the program will launch online in August 2022.     
The Master of Trust and Wealth Management (MTWM) Program, which provides a truly innovative curriculum by leveraging Campbell’s 50+ years as the national leader in Trust & Wealth education, enables graduate students to develop the fiduciary skills that will help them succeed in any wealth management or finance-related discipline.  Students gain expertise in the areas of estate and trust administration, personal financial planning, portfolio management, tax planning, estate planning, and insurance.  Further, graduates of the Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program will have met the educational requirements to sit for the Certified Financial Planner® (CFP) exam.   
The Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program, which is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board Registered Program, has dedicated staff to assist with internships and job placement, and furnishes opportunities for networking and professional development. The
Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program is designed to meet the needs of students who want to earn the MTWM degree but prefer a program that allows the flexibility needed for busy adults. Students may take courses in the evening at Campbell’s Law School (Raleigh campus), online, or a combination of both, allowing for maximum flexibility. With terms that are only eight weeks long, the 39-credit hour program can be completed in as quickly as one year; however, a two-year graduation track is also available for those who prefer a slower pace.  
The exceptional combination of academic and professional credentials will provide graduates a wide breadth of employment opportunities and fill an increasing need for trust professionals with a financial planning expertise.  
The mission of Campbell University is to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service. Campbell’s Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program demonstrates Campbell University’s continued commitment to this mission with graduate programs that prepare students for professional and leadership roles in business and industry.

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