Risk Management and Insurance - Undergraduate Minor
The minor in Insurance, available to students in most majors (business and non-business), affords students the opportunity to supplement their major field of study with specialized expertise in the field of insurance. Students pursuing this option will be advised by the director of the insurance studies program and will be encouraged to pursue internships and co-op experiences in the insurance industry.
Completion of the courses listed below (including any prerequisites) with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in these courses. At lease twelve of the credits for the minor must be completed at NMSU. The minor is not available to students in the Bachelor of Individualized Studies or the Bachelor of Applied Studies.
|FIN 322||Principles of Insurance||3|
|FIN 341||Financial Analysis and Markets||3|
|or FIN 303V||Personal Financial Planning and Investing in a Global Economy|
|BLAW 316||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|or BLAW 385V||Consumers and the Law|
|Any additional upper division business course||3|
|FIN 323||Life/Health/Employee Benefits||3|
|Choose 9 upper division finance courses from the following|
|FIN 324||Property and Liability Insurance||3|
|FIN 326||Business Risk Management||3|
|FIN 392||Insurance Internship and Cooperative Education I||1-3|
|FIN 498||Independent Study||1-3|
|FIN 421||Personal Financial Planning for Professionals 1||3|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Fin 421 cannot be taken if Fin 303V is applied toward the minor.