The Best in Payments Education
Where will your payments journey take you next? When you come to TPI On Campus, there are many paths to follow. Whether you opt for the Standard Program, or meet the requirements of the Master’s Program, you can be sure of this: The educational opportunities at TPI are unmatched anywhere.
What interests you? Where do you want your career to go? So many questions—and so many options. With the TPI On Campus Standard Program, you can follow a specific school of study, or you can mix and match to take classes across a range of schools and topics.
Accreditation Prep (AAP, APRP, AFPP)
Courses in this area focus on topics surrounding Nacha’s accreditation programs – Accredited ACH Professional (AAP), Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) and the upcoming Accredited Faster Payments Professional (AFPP). Students are introduced to key subjects covered on the exams, suggestions for additional preparatory work, and test taking tips and advice.
Courses in this area focus on the faster payments movement in the U.S. Topics include Same Day ACH, Real Time Payments and RTP, FedNow and other overlay services and providers. Students are introduced to faster payment methodologies, strategies, and payment rail operations.
Front Line Applications for Corporates
Courses in this area examine topics from the corporate end-user perspective. Class themes include examining rules by which Originators must comply, understanding how financial institutions can assist corporates and tools for corporates to begin or expand their payments options.
Open Banking, Payments Innovation & Technology
Courses in this area focus on emerging industry developments and disruptors such as cryptocurrency and blockchain, open banking, tokenization, APIs and more. Students come away from classes with an understanding of how new solutions and technology might impact the future of payments.
Courses in this area examine topics related to the primary payment rails operating in the U.S. Subjects include the ACH Network, The Clearing House’s RTP Network, FedNow, cards, and wires. These courses provide extensive foundational knowledge for subsequent classes at TPI.
Risk, Regulatory, Compliance & Legal
Courses in this area examine the risks associated with payment systems as well as the rules and laws governing compliance. Courses focus on emerging trends in fraud, fraud prevention and data security and privacy. Students also complete a comprehensive study of the associated rules and regulations, coming away with a deep understanding of the evolving risk and regulatory environment as well as the tools to mitigate threats.
These lecture-style courses provide students with a foundational understanding of topics essential to the TPIOC curriculum. Faculty share key concepts related to the TPI experience as well as cornerstone concepts central to today's payments environment.
Available only at TPI On Campus, our Master’s Program is open to students meeting certain criteria. Space is limited.*
Our traditional Master’s Program focuses on business strategies that make the payments industry the ever-evolving ecosystem that it is. What impacts will emerging payments systems have and how best to deal with them are among the focal points. Hear from industry experts and discuss their views—and yours.
*Eligibility requirements: There are limited seats available in the master’s programs at TPI On Campus. All TPI Alumni (2020, 2021 or 2022), AAPs, APRPs, CTP/CCM, FP&A and NCP credentialed professionals are eligible to apply. Students must enroll in TPI On Campus 2023 and the Master's Program. Contact Stephanie Prebish for more information.