Syllabus Insurance 3300 Fall 2011

Syllabus Insurance 3300 Fall 2011 - Insurance 3300 Property...

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Insurance 3300 Property and Liability Insurance Fall 2011 Section: TR6, Tuesday and Thursday 5:50 – 7:05pm Instructor: Jeffrey Baskin, Adjunct – Credit Analyst, Securities Valuation Office, National Association of Insurance Commissioners Contact Information: Phone: 212-386-1923 Course Description: This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of various types of risk, how these risks effect business and/or individual, and how they can be managed. We will study the use of insurance as a means of managing risk, and the function and regulation of the insurance industry. Particular emphasis will be placed on the property and liability insurance industry. Course Objective: Upon completion of this course the student should have an understanding of: Risk and its impact on the individual/business/economy The role of insurance in managing risk The role of insurers in the economy The operation of a property and casualty insurance company Required Text: Rejda, George E., Principles of Risk Management and Insurance, 11
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course ECO 220 taught by Professor Huang during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Hunter.

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