An introductory study of the risk management process and the importance of insurance as a method of handling risk. This course is designed to generate an aware of the nature of risk, its effects on individual and business decisions, and the methods available for treating risk. Course content includes property insurance, auto insurance, life and health insurance, workers compensation and employee benefits. Relationships between risk management and other functional areas of business are also considered. Prerequisites: Business majors who have been admitted to the COB. All other students can take up to 21 credits of 300 and 400 level College of Business department courses, provided they have completed 60 credits with a combined GPA of 2.5. In addition, the student must have completed any one of the following courses by earning a C- or better: Fin 331, Econ 210, Math 171, or Math 201. Class Notes: Students MUST attend class the first day or will automatically be dropped from the class. Special course fees may apply. Enrollment Requirements: Admit to COB. All other students can take up to 21 credits of 300 and 400 level COB dept courses, provided they have completed 60 credits with a combined GPA of 2.5., Fin 331, Math 171, Math 201, or Econ 210 with a C- or better.
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017