Academic Catalog


Minor Risk Management and Insurance Minor


 A minor in risk management and insurance requires the completion of:

RMI 317Principles of Risk Management and Insurance3
RMI 412Property & Liability Insurance Company Operations3
or RMI 413 Risk Analysis and Control
RMI 443Enterprise Risk Management3
Select two of the following:6
Life and Health Insurance
Employee Benefit Planning
Risk Analysis and Control
Property & Liability Insurance Company Operations
Introduction to Futures and Options
Management of Financial Institutions
International Financial Management
Student Managed Investment Fund
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Investment Analysis
Financial Auditing
Accounting Information Systems
Spreadsheet-Based Data Analysis for Decision Making
Prescriptive Analytics of Management Science
Cybersecurity Fundamentals
Cyber Law
Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Research Methods in Economics
Project Management
Risk Analysis in Engineering Management
Business Intelligence
Enterprise Information Assurance
Enterprise Cyber Defense
Entrepreneurship: New Ventures Creation
Negotiations and Change Management
Marketing Research
Marketing Policy and Strategy
Maritime Security and Risk Analysis
Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Cyber Defense Fundamentals
Legal Aspects in Recreation and Sport Management
Sport Facility Management
Introduction to Data Handling
Applied Regression and Time Series Analysis
Total Credit Hours15

For completion of a minor, the student must achieve a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in all courses specified as a requirement for the minor or allowed toward the minor exclusive of prerequisite courses and complete a minimum of six hours in upper-level courses in the minor requirement through courses offered by Old Dominion University. 

The risk management and insurance minor is not available to risk management and insurance majors.  Finance majors, personal financial planning majors, and real estate majors may complete the minor, provided they complete a minimum of nine credits in RMI coursework toward the minor.  No more than six credits from the minor may “share” with other areas of the student’s curriculum.