Risk Management and Insurance

(18 semester hours)

For information, contact the Department of Finance, 2053 FSB (513-529-1560).

This minor, open only to non-business majors, provides an in-depth study of the risk management process and operational, legal, moral, and social issues surrounding life and health, property, and casualty insurance industries along with the employee benefits area. The financial consequences of being exposed to pure risk are explored for individuals and businesses. Tools for handling these exposures are critically analyzed along with the process of implementing financial and other strategies to prepare for possible outcomes.

Program Requirements

All of these:

ACC 221 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)

FIN 301 Introduction to Business Finance (3)

FIN 351 Principles of Insurance (3)*

FIN 451 Risk Management and Insurance (3)*

FIN 452 Advanced Life Insurance and Personal Financial Planning (3)*

FIN/MGT 463 Employee Benefits (3)*

* Finance majors cannot use these courses to satisfy both the finance major and this minor requirements.

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