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As a finance major, you will gain skills applicable to a variety of careers in the finance world
Our graduates secure rewarding careers as financial analyst, capital budgeting manager, credit manager, cash control/risk manager or a variety of portfolio management positions
Recommended elective for nonbusiness as well as business majors. The primary focus of this introductory course is on evaluating life, health, retirement, property, liability and personnel exposures to loss and analyzing the methods for managing these risks. Risk management and insurance techniques for dealing with potential losses to individuals and organizations will be emphasized. A group project related to a current risk management and insurance topic is also required. Students receiving a B or better in this course can have it count as the CPCU 500 course of the Chartered Property-Casualty Underwriter |CPCU) professional designation. Prerequisites: A declared major in the University or permission of the Dean's Office of the Strome College of Business.
Recommended elective for nonbusiness as well as business majors. This course focuses on the risk analysis and control phases of the risk management process in business and governmental organizations. Particular attention is paid to the recognition, measurement, and treatment of pure risks, risk financing options other than commercial insurance, and decision making under conditions of uncertainty. Cases and computer analyses are employed. Prerequisites: FIN 317 or equivalent and a declared major in the University or permission of the Dean's Office.
This course is designed as a capstone course for students concentrating in risk management and insurance. The class will be introduced to all aspects of enterprise risk management (ERM), which is the emerging paradigm in risk management. Additionally, students will work on a semester long risk management and insurance group project, typically related to a Hampton Roads organization. Students receiving a B or better can use this course as ERM 57, which can count toward the CPCU or ARM-E professional designation. Prerequisites: FIN 317 and a declared major in the University or permission of the Dean's Office.
Students entering the Minor program in Risk Management & Insurance should meet the minimum university admission requirements (Undergraduate Admission)
Estimated rates for the 2021-22 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.
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