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Risk Management and Insurance

Courses

The major in risk management and insurance prepares students to identify, analyze, and manage risks that are inherent in the operation of profit and not-for-profit institutions. Besides professional careers in risk management, the major cultivates skills required for challenging opportunities in organizations that accept these risks—private and governmental insurers, as well as brokerage/agency and consulting organizations.

The program of study may be structured to aid students seeking professional designations of Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), and Associate in Risk Management (ARM).

Requirements for the Major

1. RMI 300, Principles of Risk Management, 3 cr
2. Complete three of the courses below OR two of the courses below
AND one elective course
RMI 610 Property Risk Management, 3 cr
RMI 615 Liability Risk Management, 3 cr
RMI 620 Employee Benefits Management, 3 cr

Elective Courses

Any 600-level RMI course, including the third course in the above list not taken to fulfill that requirement, 3 cr
Act Sci 303 Theory of Interest and Life Insurance, 3 cr
Any 600-level Actuarial Science course, 3 cr
Finance 325 Corporate Finance, 3 cr
Finance 330 Derivative Securities, 3 cr
MHR 305 Human Resource Management, 3 cr