Here’s a quick look at what’s required for a risk management and insurance major.
You’ll need 120 hours total (see all the requirements for bachelor of arts degrees and the University Core Curriculum), including the concentration areas listed below.
Pick up sample schedules at the Office of Student Services (Whitinger Business Building, room 147) or take a look below. You can look up complete course descriptions in the undergraduate catalog.
You'll start out as a pre-business major and apply to the risk management and insurance program. Advisers will help you review your options.
In addition to the Miller College of Business core requirements, you'll also take required courses for the risk management and insurance major.
RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
Download requirements and 4-year advising plan.
- RMI 270: Principles of RMI
- RMI 330: Employee Benefits and Retirement Planning
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RMI 377: Operations of Insurance Enterprises
- RMI 371: Life and Health Insurance
- RMI 378: Commercial RMI
- RMI 474: Seminar in RMI
- 9 hours of electives, choose from:
ACC 301, 302, 401
FIN 301, 310, 320, 352, 369, 410, 420, 445
MKG 325, 425, 427, 429
MGT 301, 341
MATH 259, 457, 458
RMI 330, 369, 377, 473, 497
* Please note some courses are only offered during one semester per year. See your advisor to plan accordingly.