Risk/Loss Control Minor
The minor in Risk/Loss Control provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed for success in risk management, including the methods of developing policies and practices to protect against loss with an emphasis on hazard assessments, understanding organizational cultures and behaviors, and solving risk management issues.
|Minor Requirements (24 credits)|
|MGT-101||Introduction to Management 1||4|
|or MATH-141||Introductory Statistics|
|MGT-215||Accounting for Sustainable Business||4|
|MGT-301||Organizational Theory & Behavior 1||4|
|SAFE-306||Systems & Behavioral Sciences||4|
**Please note some courses have prerequisites.
Upon completion of the Risk/Loss Control minor, students will:
- Recognize and evaluate risks to workers, material, and property in the modern workplace.
- Demonstrate the ability to build and maintain professional networks and channels of communication inside and outside the organization.
- Gather and communicate pertinent safety information to assist in the risk selection part of the underwriting process.
- Analyze and present risk data in a manner that meets the needs of both the client and the insurance company.