An online and accredited graduate certificate program designed to prepare students technically for a career in financial analytics.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Golden Gate University's nationally prominent graduate Technical Analysis program was founded and developed by Professor Henry Pruden, one of the leading authorities on technical analysis education. The program is designed to enhance the professional capabilities of traders, advisers, portfolio managers and brokers in stocks, bonds, derivatives, and commodities. Our nationally known practice-experienced faculty are uniquely advantaged to teach the latest in investor psychology and behavioral finance as well as the classic techniques by R.D Wyckoff and by Edwards and Magee. Reflecting the growing need for professional credentials, the program is aligned with and helps prepare students for either the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) or the Chartered Financial Technician (CFTe) examinations.

Online study: Golden Gate University developed the TMA certificate in an online format. New students start with FI 352 online and will be offered the appropriate sequence of classes going forward. Students typically complete the certificate in 18 months or less.


TUITION

Ageno School of Business Courses: $3,045 per 3-unit course.

Tuition varies for other courses. See Tuition & Fees for details.


LOCATIONS

This program is offered at the following locations:

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TECHNICAL MARKET ANALYSIS

WEBINAR

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Professor and program founder, Hank Pruden will provide an overview of our Technical Market Analysis certificate.
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IFTA Lifetime Achievement

Professor Hank Pruden is recognized for his contributions to the field of Technical Market Analysis.

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FEATURED COURSE

Martin Pring

FI 352:
Technical Analysis of Securities

A cutting-edge course taught this fall by industry expert Martin Pring, and using Pring's unique and powerful indicators.

FACULTY INTERVIEW

MARTIN PRING
SF Examiner

GGU professor and legendary powerhouse, Martin Pring, discusses his contributions to technical analysis methodology.

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