GEP Year 1 RISK MANAGEMENT & INSURANCE – Typical Course Sequence (For the Class of 2015 and following) Fall Semester 1English 101 Craft of Language [VC] ACC 101 Financial Accounting [BC] Foreign Language [VC] First Year Seminar [SC] 2Math Beauty [VC] 3DSS 100 Competency in Excel (non-credit) Revised 10-21-2011 Spring Semester ENG 102 Texts and Contexts [SC] ACC 102 Managerial Accounting [BC] Foreign Language [VC] ECN 101 Microeconomics [VC] 2ILC-Mathematics Course [ILC#1] Year 2 PHL 154 Moral Foundations [SC] ECN 102 Macroeconomics [ILC #2] DSS 200 Intro to Information Systems [BC] DSS 210 Business Statistics [BC] FIN 200 Introduction to Finance [BC] DSS 220 Business Analytics [BC] THE 154 Faith, Justice, Catholic Tradition [SC] MKT 201 Principles of Marketing [BC] RMI 200 Introduction to Insurance [MAJ] HIS 154 Forging the Modern World [SC] Year 3 MGT 110 or MGT 120 [BC] Philosophy (Philosophical Anthropology) [VC] RMI 300 Property and Casualty [MAJ] RMI 301 Risk Management [MAJ] ELECTIVE MGT 360 Legal Environment of Business [BC] RMI Elective [MAJ] RMI, FIN, or FPL Elective [MAJ] Faith and Reason [SC] ELECTIVE Year 4 4Integrated Learning Course [ILC #3] Theology – Religious Difference [VC] 5Laboratory Science [VC] RMI, FIN, or FPL Elective [MAJ] ELECTIVE Art/Literature [VC] BUS 495 Business Policy [BC] ELECTIVE (5or the 2nd non-lab science course) ELECTIVE ELECTIVE [SC] Signature courses (6) [BC] HSB Core (10) [VC] Variable courses (8) ELECTIVES (6) [ILC] Integrated Learning courses (3) [MAJ] Courses in Major (6) 1 Students may earn credit for English 101 through earning a grade of 4 or 5 on the AP English Exam. In this case, the student may take ENG 102 in the fall semester of freshman year. 2 Students majoring in Risk Management & Insurance must take at least one course in Calculus (MAT 119, MAT 155, or MAT 161). For those students who are placed into MAT 155 Fundamentals of Calculus or MAT 161 Calculus I, either of these courses will fulfill their Math Beauty requirement. They can then take MAT 156 or MAT 162 to satisfy the ILC-math requirement. Other students will take one of the other designated Math Beauty courses and then they will take MAT 119 Applied Business Calculus as their ILC-math course. 3 DSS 100 MS Excel competency is to be demonstrated in the fall semester of freshman year. Competency to the satisfaction of the DSS Chair is required of all HSB majors. 4 Please see the Finance section of the online catalog for courses that are available to meet the ILC requirement. 5 To satisfy this requirement the student may take either one 4-credit laboratory course or two 3-credit non-laboratory courses. If choosing the 2 semester option, the second course replaces an elective. Additional notes: In selecting courses, students will be required to identify courses that meet the overlay requirements in the areas of 1. Diversity, Globalization or Non-Western Area Studies; 2. Ethics Intensive; and 3. Writing Intensive. Many of the courses already in your schedule may cover these areas. In junior year, the Philosophy and Theology courses can be taken either semester In senior year, the Fine Arts/Literature, Natural Science, and Integrated Learning 3 courses can be taken either semester. GEP RISK MANAGEMENT & INSURANCE MAJOR (total of 40 courses) Revised 10-21-2011 STUDENTS: This checklist is in order of graduation requirements for your major. Be sure to review the notes on the opposite page as well as the on-line course catalog for more specific guidelines. GEP Signature Courses [SC] (6 courses) ____ ______ First Year Seminar Selection – Your Course Title: _________________________ ____ ______ Faith and Reason Selection – Your Course Title: _________________________ ____ ENG 102 Texts and Contexts ____ HIS 154 Forging the Modern World ____ PHL 154 Moral Foundations ____ THE 154 Faith, Justice, Catholic Tradition Variable Courses [VC] (9 courses) ____ Fine Arts and Literature Selection – Your Course Title: ______________________ ____ ECN 101 Microeconomics ____ ENG 101 Craft of Language1 ____ ____ Non-Native Language (2 semesters; students may test out of this requirement.) 4 ____ Laboratory Science Selection – Your Course Title: _________________________ ____ Math Beauty Selection – Your Course Title: _________________________ ____ Philosophy (Philosophical Anthropology) Your Course Title: _______________________ ____ Theology #2 Religious Difference – Your Course Title: _________________________ Integrated Learning Courses [ILC] (3 courses) 2 ____ ILC#1 ILC-Mathematics Course ____ ILC #2 ECN 102 Macroeconomics ____ ILC #3 Integrated Learning Course #3 (see Finance online catalog for options) Your Course: ____________ Business Core Required Courses [BC] (10 courses in addition to non-credit DSS 100) ____ DSS 100 Proven Competency in Excel ____ FIN 200 ____ ACC 101 Financial Accounting ____ MGT 360 ____ ACC 102 Managerial Accounting ____ MGT 110/120 ____ DSS 200 Introduction to Info Systems ____ DSS 210 Business Statistics ____ MKT 201 ____ DSS 220 Business Analytics ____ BUS 495 Courses in Major [MAJ] (6 courses) ____ RMI 200 Introduction to Insurance ____ RMI 300 Property and Casualty ____ RMI 301 Risk Management ____ RMI --RMI Elective ____ --- --These 2 electives can come from ____ --- --FIN, FPL, or RMI Introduction to Finance Legal Environment of Business 110 Essentials of Organ Behavior OR 120 Essentials of MGT Principles of Marketing Business Policy (senior year) Three courses among your 40 that satisfy the following overlay areas: ____ ____ ____ Diversity, Globalization, or Non-Western Studies Course Ethics Intensive Course Writing Intensive Course Free Electives (6 courses) ____ Free Elective ____ Free Elective ____ Free Elective ____ Free Elective ____ Free Elective ____ Free Elective (5or the 2nd non-lab science course) 1 If credit is earned through the AP Exam, then this area may be used to fulfill another area or free elective.