The combined insurance and finance major offers the opportunity to acquire a general knowledge of each discipline, as well as specialized theory and practice in these interrelated fields. The curriculum seeks to expand capacities, perspectives, and skills of students who are preparing for careers in insurance and finance, including the area of risk management. This major represents a segment of the individual undergraduate Insurance and Finance program, forming a cohesive interdisciplinary program of study. While forsaking some specialization in one field, the student gains significant exposure to two specialized fields of business administration.
Required insurance and finance courses are regularly offered in the evening. Most are offered at least once in a two-year period in the evening. Students are advised to check with the Finance, Economics, and Insurance department for specific schedules of evening offerings.