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Enterprise Risk Management comprehensively addresses all risks faced by an organization – pure risk, speculative financial risks, strategic risks, operational risks and other risks. This course is designed to apply the theories and techniques in the process of planning, organizing, leading and controlling the activities of an organization to minimize risks. It also provides an overview of risk management and insurance markets and products that can be used to help manage the organization¿s risk. In addition, several valuation and risk management tools and models designed to measure and manage risk will be introduced and discussed.

Prerequisites: BUS 351, RMI 301, RMI 310, and RMI 315; or permission of instructor

Program: Risk Management and Insurance

Credit: 3

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