Help businesses avoid loss of property, reputation, financial stability, and digital assets. Risk management and insurance (RMI) professionals help businesses and nonprofits, both large and small, by analyzing potential sources of loss. Then they recommend strategies to prevent it from happening.
In ODU's risk management and insurance program, you'll learn trends and technologies that are disrupting the RMI world. Topics include the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data, drones, and cyber risks.
Get a head start on the CPCU: Two of your required courses will count toward the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter® professional designation. When you graduate, you'll have 25% of the CPCU completed.
Enhance your degree with elective courses in areas that are actively looking for RMI professionals, such as:
- Accounting and finance
- Management and engineering management
- Supply chain management
- Business analytics
- Maritime security
- Cybersecurity and information technology
When you graduate, you will earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Risk Management and Insurance.