Join a growing industry and in-demand profession with a degree in Risk Management and Insurance — an area of expertise that will make you highly marketable!
A thriving specialty in the business world, Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) leads to an array of high-paying positions.
Our RMI curriculum was created in collaboration with industry leaders. Through projects and real-world experiences, you’ll learn to:
Additionally, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the industry including:
The insurance sector is robust and poised for economic growth — especially in northeastern Indiana — and USF is offering this degree right here in Fort Wayne. Now is the time to capitalize on the momentum!
RMI is understanding what can go wrong and then putting a plan in place to manage or mitigate any risks.
Eve-Lynn Clarke,MBA, CISA, CRISC, CGEIT, CFSA, CRMA
Assistant Professor of RMI
Not only was our curriculum developed by RMI professionals, but all the professors are industry experts! You’ll benefit from their knowledge, experience, and connections.
I work on the IT side of risk management and love what I do. My job came from my USF internship. During my junior year, I interned with the same team I now work with. After it ended, they created a position and asked me to interview. I was actually hired before I graduated, which was great.
Mackenzie Starcevich ’17
Security Assurance and Compliance Analyst
Median pay for Insurance Underwriters per U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Median pay for Claims Adjusters per U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Other career options include:
There’s a high demand for RMI professionals, especially in northeastern Indiana. As more and more baby boomers retire, high paying jobs need to be filled by qualified professionals.
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