Risk Management and Insurance majors work in teams to solve and prevent problems. You’ll use the foundations of business education – management, accounting, finance, and marketing – to guide organizations to better business practice.
Working insurance professionals designed USF’s Risk Management and Insurance program. They teach the classes. What does that mean for you? You’ll have exactly the skills that are highly sought-after by companies to get a job right after graduation.
We asked our professors and they said Risk Management and Insurance students:
Identify, analyze, and manage business risks
Evaluate risk scenarios
Develop and present risk assessment plans
Interested in what a career in Risk Management and Insurance has to offer? Watch this video then visit admissions.sf.edu to learn more!
A Risk Management and Insurance specialization means good things for your job outlook – and your income. Most Risk Management and Insurance professionals don’t have specialized degrees, so you’ll have the leg up on the competition, no matter where you work.
Types of careers you may have after you graduate include: