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Master of Trust & Wealth Management

Become a leader in the financial industry

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May 15, 2024 Preferred Application Deadline
August 12, 2024 Application Deadline
August 19, 2024 Next Start Date

How Campbell Leads

The nation’s first  Master of Trust and Wealth Management program is offered 100% online and in-person at our downtown Raleigh Campus.

95% job placement 

Extensive industry connections mean our graduates get hired within one month of graduation. 

A legacy of success

More than 2,000 alumni work for the nation’s premier financial institutions. Successful graduates can be found in nearly every major city in the United States.

Quality mentorship 

Our program boasts a large network of alumni and supporters, as well as an active Board of Directors from the Trust Education Foundation Inc.

Career mobility

Graduates are eligible to pursue the nation’s leading two Trust professional certifications —  CFP ® and CTFA. 

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Program overview

39 credit hours 13 total courses
8-week terms Evening courses Mondays & Wednesdays
Flexible schedule Option to complete in 1 or 2 years
Trust is a very rewarding profession, both financially and emotionally. Graduates are proud of their profession and excited when they have the opportunity to assist families in need of their expertise. Jimmy Witherspoon Program Director

Career Opportunities

Trust Officer

A senior professional who provides team or technical supervision. Responsibilities include customized and sophisticated banking, investment, liquidity and credit management, tax, financial and estate planning for the affluent clients of the institution.

Estate Planner or Tax Attorney

Anticipates and arranges for the disposal of an estate during a person’s life. Estate planning typically maximizes the value of the estate by minimizing taxes and other expenses. A knowledge of tax law, trust law and the administration of trusts and estates is essential.  

Financial Planner

Prepares financial plans for clients. These plans often cover cash flow management, retirement planning, investment planning, financial risk management, insurance planning, tax planning, estate planning and business succession planning.

Investment Manager

Guides asset management of various securities (stock, bonds and other securities) and other assets (e.g., real estate) in order to meet specified investment goals for the benefit of the investors. Investors may be institutions or private investors.

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Schedule a meeting to discuss the Master of Trust & Wealth Management program and the admissions process. Sara Leak, assistant director of graduate programs, is happy to answer your questions and provide guidance. 

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