Chartered Financial Analyst Review Course and Study Program

The UT Dallas School of Management continues to partner with the CFA Society of Dallas–Fort Worth. We will offer a CFA Review Course and Study Program on the UTD campus for Level 1 candidates for the June 6, 2015, CFA exam during the Fall 2015 semester.

Now in its 25th year, the CFA Society of Dallas–Fort Worth’s (CFA–DFW) weekly CFA Review Course and Study Program has helped thousands of DFW area candidates pass all three Levels of the CFA exam and advance their careers as investment professionals. This year will be no different. The CFA–DFW CFA Review Course and Study Program has proven its ability to prepare candidates for the challenge of the CFA program and can help you be successful too.

The course instructors, a mix of practitioners and academics, are themselves CFA charter holders and know the difficulties facing current candidates. Many of the instructors have taught the course for up to fifteen years and bring a wealth of insight regarding the CFA curriculum and the exam itself into the classroom.

Through talented instructors and quality study materials (provided by Kaplan Schweser), the CFA–DFW CFA Review Course and Study Program stands out as one of the nation’s top review courses. Note: Registration is only $750 for UT Dallas students – a substantial discount.

Check this webpage in November for a link to the brochure.

Note: Registration for the Review Course and Study Program is independent from matriculation with the CFA Institute and registration for the CFA exam. Participants must contact CFA Institute to matriculate. You may also visit CFA Institute site.

CFA Program Information

What are the requirements to earn a CFA charter?
  • Pass three 6–hour exams covering investment material published by CFA Institute
  • Complete four years of relevant work experience
  • Become a member of CFA Institute
Who should consider the CFA Program?
  • Portfolio managers
  • Securities analysts
  • Compliance officers
  • Financial planners
  • MBA, MS Finance, and MS ACCT students