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Risk Management & Insurance

How we shine...
One of only two risk management and insurance programs in the state and one of only 32 in the world
The program meets the needs of a specific market in NE La and beyond in the areas of teaching, research & service
100% of RMI students who want to work in the insurance industry are able to secure jobs in the industry
Who to contact in Risk Management & Insurance
Dr. Christine Berry,
Director of Insurance Studies
cberry@ulm.edu

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About Risk Management & Insurance...
The Insurance program at ULM is one of only 32 in the United States. Courses cover a broad range of insurance topics including Life Insurance, Commercial and Personal Property/Casualty and Business Risk Management. Additionally, ULM offers two very unique courses, Insurance Accounting and Surplus Lines and Reinsurance.

What you can do with this degree:
Underwriting, Claims, Production

Our graduates have gone on to work at
In the industry in Northeast Louisiana, Southeast Louisiana, Shreveport, Jackson, Dallas, Houston, Little Rock, Birmingham, Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, and even cities like New York, Chicago and Minneapolis, Two of the world’s largest insurance companies (Travelers and Liberty Mutual) actively recruit ULM RMI graduates, The Americas, Stone Trust, America First

Check out some of our learning opportunities:
  • Four students were selected to be National Association of Surplus Lines Office interns
  • One student was selected for the 2009 Intermediaries and Reinsurance Underwriters Association Internship and was awarded “Intern of the Year” for a scholarly paper that will be published in the Journal of Reinsurance

Take advantage of online learning.

Accreditation/Affiliations:
RMI program is one of the accredited programs under the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)