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Shown here are the general learning goals of the program broken down into specific student learning outcomes (SLOs). These SLOs represent what a student should be able to do as a result of successfully completing this program. Student performance on these outcomes are routinely assessed by program faculty as a way of informing programmatic improvement efforts.
Students should understand insurance coverages designed to address business and corporate risks
- G2O1 Apply the appropriate use of insurance contracts used for corporate risks
- G2O2 Apply legal concepts that necessitate insurance for businesses
- G2O3Interpret the Building & Personal Property Coverage, Business Income, Commercial General Liability, Commercial Auto, Workers Compensation and Employers Liability insurance forms and policies
- G2O4 Given a scenario for a commercial insurance claim, indicate whether insurance coverage is applicable
Students should understand risk management and insurance issues of importance to families and individuals
- G1O1 Identify loss exposures faced by individuals and families
- G1O2 Apply legal concepts that impact insurance coverages for individuals and families
- G1O3 Demonstrate appropriate use of the provisions of the Personal Auto Policy and Homeowners insurance policy
- G1O4 Given a scenario for a personal insurance claim, indicate whether insurance coverage is applicable
- G1O5 Identify the impact of premature death on various family structures and know the differences between basic life insurance products
- G1O6 Students should recognize structure of the regulatory environment of insurance markets
Students should understand the central concepts of managing corporate risk in an enterprise risk management framework
- G3O1 Complete stages in the risk management process
- G3O2 Distinguish between major sources of enterprise risk.
- G3O4 Apply the appropriate use of risk management techniques for managing corporate cost of risk.
- G3O5 Compare and differentiate among various risk financing alternatives
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