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About the Program

Bridge the divide between traditional finance and emerging technologies with a Certificate in FinTech (financial technology) from Case Western Reserve University. Offered through Weatherhead School of Management, the FinTech certificate is designed to equip you to excel at companies that operate in insurance, payment, asset management and personal finance management. With this certificate, you’ll be a part of the cutting-edge intersection of technology and financial services.

What to Expect

As a student in our FinTech program, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about the core finance fundamentals that make FinTech distinct from traditional banking and finance. 

You'll choose three courses from the following certificate set:

  • Corporate Financial Technology
  • Financial Modeling
  • Blockchains, Cryptocurrencies and Crypto Ventures
  • Artificial Intelligence for Financial Modeling
  • Banking and RegTech 

Our self-paced learning style will allow you to complete the certificate in as little as one semester, or you have the option to spread out courses over time. In addition to the Weatherhead School certificate, you’ll also have the opportunity to stack your credits toward our Master of Finance degree.

“FinTech isn’t a field, but a way the industry has changed. It is the application of various digital technologies that is replacing or creating financial transactions in banking, investing, lending, etc. It is a program that is heavily focused on applications.”

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Beyond the Classroom

At Case Western Reserve, you’ll study at one of the nation’s leading research universities—in one of the country’s most culturally robust neighborhoods. You’ll live and learn in a city known for industry and healthcare innovation, where nearly 40% of Fortune 500 companies are represented. You’ll learn breakthrough business concepts from the people who wrote the book on them.

Looking for a student organization to pursue your interests? The Graduate Business Student Association and other student clubs provide ample opportunities for professional development, local community service activities, engagement with employers and social gatherings.

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Admission Details

The FinTech certificate program has two intakes each year: fall (August) and spring (January). We accept applications up until one month prior to the start of classes.

The application is free, and GMAT/GRE scores are not required.

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