Business Administration – Risk Management, B.S.College of Business
A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Risk Management provides students with an effective way to distinguish themselves by having the knowledge and skills required to meet the changing technological needs of insurance professionals and insurance companies. For those working in the insurance industry, investing in continued education in risk management will separate them from the competition and equip them to better serve a stable industry undergoing profound technological change. Topics in this program include enterprise risk management, data analytics, emergent technologies, liability management, and effective management of change and innovation.
Student Learning Outcomes
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Risk Management program is designed to meet the following needs of insurance professionals and insurance companies:
- General Business Knowledge – Demonstrate core foundational knowledge in the field of business.
- Communication and Leadership Skills – Give and exchange information within meaningful context and with appropriate delivery and interpersonal skills.
- Strategic and Critical Thinking Skills – Link data, knowledge, and insight together to provide quality advice for decision-making.
- Focus on the Customer, Client, and Market – Anticipate and meet the changing needs of clients, employers, customers, and markets better than competitors.
- Interpretation of Converging Information – Interpret and provide a broader context using financial and non-financial information.
- Technologically Adept – Utilize and leverage technology in ways that add value to clients, customers, and employers.
- Ethics – Apply effective, ethical decision-making.
A B.S. in Business Administration – Risk Management from Indiana Tech prepares you for a wide variety of in-demand careers. Below, you can explore career fields, salary information and employer demand from our partners at Lightcast, the leading labor market and career data provider in the U.S.
- Claims Investigator $64,710/year
- Loss Control Consultant $75,905/year
- Risk Manager/Analyst $93,373/year
- Chief Risk Officer $133,978/year
- Regulatory Affairs Manager $109,931/year