BUAD 4193 - Insurance and Risk Management, 3 Credits

Level: Lower

This course covers one of the six components of financial planning. This course will describe the techniques a financial planning/risk manager will use to analyze risk and assess alternate strategies. The course begins by examining the pervasive nature of risk and its impact on both the individual and society. It also demonstrates the ways in which insurance can be used to deal with the problems posed by such risk. Insurance is an integral part of the personal financial planning process; therefore the course is designed to be consumer oriented. The course can also be useful in preparation for a career in the fields of life, health and disability, and property and casualty insurance.