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INSR  1301  Commercial Insurance
Introduction to business loss exposures and the operation of the insurance policies available for these exposures including property, business income, crime, marine, auto, and other government programs. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Texas Department of Insurance. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1305  Personal Insurance
Introduction to personal loss exposures and personal insurance policies for handling these exposures including auto, homeowners, life, health, marine, and various government insurance programs. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Texas Department of Insurance. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1345  Commercial Liability Risk Management and Insurance
Analysis of the major sources of liability loss exposures and examination of the insurance coverage designed to meet those exposures. Commercial liability risk management premises and operations, products and contractual and protective liability, employer liability, and surety bonds. Examination of tort and agency law as they relate to loss exposures involving third party claimants. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Chartered Property/Casualty Underwriters. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1351  Essentials of Risk Management
Risk management decision-making process with emphasis on identification and analysis of loss exposures and development of alternative techniques for the treatment of each exposure. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1353  Insurance Operations
Examination of insurance marketing, underwriting, and reinsurance. Topics include rate making, claims adjusting, loss control activities, and other functions and activities. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Chartered Property/Casualty Underwriters. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1355  The Legal Environment of Insurance
Examine related business laws to insurance situations. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Chartered Property/Casualty Underwriters. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1374  Personal Lines Insurance Underwriting
A study of the underwriting process with an emphasis on the expected financial risk to an insurance organization. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1375  Insurance Data Analytics
Exploration of data analytics and how it applies to the insurance industry. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  1391  Special Topics in Insurance
Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

Topics in Insurance Management
Application of knowledge attained from Insurance courses towards a comprehensive project that identifies an area of improvement or opportunity for the Insurance Industry at large. Prerequisites:  INSR 1301, INSR 1305, INSR 1345, INSR 1375, and INSR 2301. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  2311  Worker’s Compensation and Medical Aspects of Claims
The history and rationale for the workers compensation system and the rapidly changing regulatory environment. Topics include the importance of adequate medical knowledge in adjusting claims. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  2319  Liability Insurance Claims Adjusting
In-depth study of liability loss adjusting with heavy emphasis on the legal and medical knowledge needed and special skills required to negotiate successfully in a third party claim environment. May prepare students to take the Associate in Claims (AIC) licensing exam. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

INSR  2340  Multiline Insurance Sales and Marketing
Prospecting and presentation, types of coverage, identifying client needs, terminology, and analyzing homeowners’ coverage. Includes information related to sales transitions, analyzing automobile and specialized coverage, tax implications, loss ratios and agent responsibilities. 3 credit hours. (W)

 

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