The Insurance and Risk Management specialization prepares you to understand non-speculative risks faced by businesses and individuals, as well as how to mitigate those risks. Upon completion, you will have demonstrable expertise in risk management and insurance issues like life and health insurance, disability income, retirement, investment and financial planning.

Students who graduate from the Insurance and Risk Management MBA program will have strong critical thinking and analytical skills and will be able to pursue a number of different careers in the IRM sector, including:

  • Market Research Analyst
  • Cost Estimator
  • Management Analyst
  • Information Assurance Analyst
  • Information Security Officer

This specialization includes the following courses:

  • RMI 610 Insurance and Risk Management for Today’s Professional
  • RMI 620 Property & Casualty Risk Management for Business
  • RMI 630 Insuring and Managing Risk for the Person
  • RMI 640 Managing Risk Across the Enterprise