DeGroote School of Business

Course Description

F731 - Insurance and Risk Management

This course looks at risk exposures and how these risks are addressed.  Risk management is a life-long process that involves five steps: identification, evaluation, control, financing and monitoring.  Risks can be managed with control techniques or can be financed using insurance.  The course covers different types of insurance, including life, health and disability, home, property and automobile insurance, and includes methods of calculating insurance needs. This course is strongly recommended for students who wish to plan for their financial futures as well as those who are considering careers in financial planning, including pursuit of the CFP designation.

  • Prerequisite: F600 OR F650

Course Offerings

Fall 2021

Code Section Outline
F731 X C01

Fall 2020

Code Section Outline
F731E C01 Outline

Fall 2019

Code Section Outline
F731 X C01 Outline

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