Do I have to take the courses in any particular order?
Our program is structured in a logical and efficient manner to facilitate your learning. We currently offer three tracks, corresponding to the financial analyst, investment banker, and investment analyst career paths.
Each track contains individual courses with exercises and exams to build your practical skills and test your knowledge. Organized in a logical sequence, each course builds on the previous one. On the Career Tracks page, you’ll find:
- Financial Analyst Career Track: Financial analyst jobs require robust accounting, financial planning, analysis, and reporting skills. Learn everything you need to build a successful financial analysis career.
- Investment Analyst Career Track: Obtain the skills to research and assess potential investment opportunities and become a sought-after investment analyst or associate.
- Investment Banker Career Track: Prepare for this demanding career by learning financial modeling, investment banking, and corporate finance.
The best way to get the most out of the program without feeling overwhelmed or confused is to choose a career track and complete it from start to finish. That being said, you don’t have to take the courses in that particular order. You can skip the lessons you’re already familiar with and only take the course exams.
And if you don’t want to follow a career track, you can browse our courses and pick the ones that interest you. You’ll find them categorized by career track, topic, and duration in our course library.
Select the courses or career tracks that correspond to your learning and career goals and start studying.
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