The American College of Financial Services

Definition - What does The American College of Financial Services mean?

The American College of Financial Services is a school established in 1927 that specializes in financial services education degrees, such as retirement income planning and wealth management. The school is located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.

Insuranceopedia explains The American College of Financial Services

The Pennsylvania-based college considers its curriculum to be "practical academics" or "pracademics." It offers designation courses, graduate degrees, and certificate programs.

Their program offerings mainly concern financial services, including courses in underwriting, retirement planning, and wealth management. They also offer online courses.

Besides serving students who want to get academic degrees, the college also provides training for companies. As of June 2017, the college is planning for programs for the international market.

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