Course syllabus for FIN 440 Insurance and Risk Management
Course description: Analyzes the nature and scope of the various risk exposures generally facing individuals and profit and nonprofit organizations. Examines alternate methods of dealing with risk exposures, including the use of insurance as a risk-handling device. Features topics on personal risks, property risks, third-party liability risks, and the nature and types of insurance contracts. Students will learn to apply risk management techniques to their professional and personal affairs.
Gordon, David, "FIN 440 Insurance and Risk Management" (2000). Finance Syllabi. 44.