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    Sep 06, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Even if you aren't a business major, Professor Nyce makes this class funny and interesting. I wasn't sure what to expect walking into a course about "Risk Management" but it relates to an individual's every day life more than they realize! Professor Nyce even brings professionals from the feild to the classroom so the students can have a better understanding about class discussions. I never thought much about "risk management" - I've never even heard about it prior to taking the course. After taking RMI2302 with professor Nyce, I walked out with confidence about what I wanted in a career. 97% of students who major in risk management at FSU graduate with a job or an opportunity to work in the feild! How many programs at any school can say that? FSU has the best risk management program in the nation and professor Nyce me want to learn all I could about risk management, even outside of the classroom.

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    From the statistics of breaking a leg jumping from a window, to study drugs, Professor Nyce knows how to keep students entrigued in learning risk management. He even brings in professionals from the feild to the classroom for some topics to help students better understand the material. "Risk Management" teaches students all about different types of risk, why businesses care about, and take risks! He helps students learn to apply what we learn in class to real life situations to better comprehend the material. Who knew it was technically "riskier" to jump from a two story window than a ten story window?

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    0-2 hours

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    It sounds cliche, but go to class! You will miss out on so many oportunities and laughs by skipping class (not to mention he gives extra credit for going)! From the real experts he brings in, to the personal experiences he shares, there's so much more to learn about risk management than what's in the textbook. Review the power points before tests because Professor Nyce always slips in a few test questions!

    • Spring 2016
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