Risk Management & Insurance Minor
The objective of the Risk Management & Insurance minor is to introduce students to significant aspects of both corporate risk management and the insurance industry.
|ACC 101||Concepts: Financial Accounting||3|
|FIN 200||Intro to Finance||3|
|RMI 200||Introduction to Insurance||3|
|RMI 300||Property and Casualty||3|
|RMI 301||Corporate Risk Management||3|
One RMI elective:
This elective must be a 300- or 400-level RMI course. FIN, REF, or FPL courses cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of the RMI minor unless approved by the Finance Department Chair.
The first two courses in the Risk Management & Insurance minor are in the Business core: Concepts of Financial Accounting (ACC 101) and Introduction to Finance (FIN 200). These two courses can be double-counted toward a Business student’s major, and do not have to be replaced with additional courses for the minor. Students are responsible for completing all prerequisites to the courses required for the minor. The RMI minor requires students to complete four courses in Risk Management & Insurance. These courses cannot be double counted in the student’s major. The one exception to this is for students majoring in Actuarial Science, described below.
Students in the Actuarial Science Major are required to take FIN 300 to complete this major. This course can be counted towards the Actuarial Science Major.