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Insurance Minor

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an increase of five million jobs in health care and social assistance for 2012 to 2022. As health care and social assistance activities increase so do the insurance for those activities. The insurance minor is particularly suitable for students majoring in finance, business administration, accounting, economics, and business information systems.

Students who wish to minor in Insurance must complete a minimum of 18 Credit hours including 3 prerequisite courses, 3 required courses, 2 elective courses listed below.

Insurance Minor Courses

  • (Choose Three)

    • ECO 215 Statistics for Business and Economics or     
    • MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis        
    • BUS/FIN245 Business Finance      
    • BUS 205 Information Management  
  • (Choose Three)

    • FIN 300 Risk Management and Insurance     
    • FIN 400 Life Insurance
    • FIN 401 Health Insurance        
    • FIN 402 Insurer Operations     
    • FIN 403 Commercial Property and Liability Insurance
  • (Choose Two)

    • BUS 250 Business Law
    • BUS/FIN347 Financial Institutions and Markets     
    • BUS/FIN348 Personal Financial Planning  
    • BUS/FIN346 Investment Analysis   
    • BUS 260 Operations Management      

Course Offerings

  • (FIN 300 is a prerequisite to the rest of these classes)

    • FIN 300 Risk Management and Insurance* (Fall & Spring)
    • FIN 400 Life Insurance (Fall)
    • FIN 401 Health Insurance (Fall)
    • FIN 402 Insurer Operations and Policy (Fall)
    • FIN 403 Commercial Property and Liability Insurance (Fall)

For More Information

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