Stephanie Nesbitt, J.D.
Assistant Professor of RMI
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Concentration in Risk Management and Insurance

Concentration in Risk Management and Insurance

B.S. in Management - School of Business and Justice Studies

Utica College's 12-credit academic concentration in Risk Management and Insurance offers management majors the opportunity to focus their studies in this area and develop a highly specialized skill set that is very much in demand.  

Bachelor of Science in Management with concentration in
Risk Management and Insurance

(See also General Education Core. For information about other concentrations available within this major, click here.)

Course Credit Hours Year Taken
Core 34-55  
Major Course Requirements
(Some of the following may be used to satisfy college core requirements)

Accounting 201 Financial Accounting 3 2
Accounting 202 Managerial Accounting 3 2
Business Law 301 The Legal Environment of Business  
Economics 346 Government and Economic Life 3 2,3
Economics 131 Principles of Microeconomics 3 1
Economics 141 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 1
Economics 241 Statistics 3 2,3
Economics elective* 300- or 400-level course in Economics 3 3,4
Finance 333 Corporation Finance 3 2
Management 101 Introduction to Contemporary Business 3 1
Management 201 Principles of Business Management I 3 2
Management 202 Principles of Business Management II 3 2
Management 301 Intermediate Business Management 3 3
Management 451 Advanced Principles of Management 3 4
Elective 300- or 400-level elective in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, or Marketing 3 3,4
Mathematics 143 & 144 Mathematical Analysis for Business and Economics I and II  
Mathematics 201 Calculus I 3 or 6 1,2
Concentration in Risk Management and Insurance
RMI 273 Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance 3 2,3
RMI 483 Risk Management 3  4
Choose two of the following courses:
RMI 325 Principles of Insurance: Life, Health, and Annuities  
RMI 326 Principles of Insurance: Property, Casualty, and Liability Insurance  
RMI 367 Derivatives Markets  
RMI 375 Quantitative Financial Analysis of Risk  
RMI 470 Internship in Risk Management and Insurance 6 3,4
Recommendation to participate through membership in Gamma Iota Sigma.
The student must complete sufficient elective courses to earn at least the minimum credit hours required for this degree, and at least 60 credit hours of the 120 required must be in the liberal arts and sciences. Students are encouraged to select electives that will complement their major course of study, for example, courses in Anthropology, Communications, Government and Politics, History, International Studies, Law, and Sociology.

* Must be a course other than the one used in the concentration.