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Risk Management Insurance Specialization


What is Risk Management?

We all takes risks everyday, but we need guidance especially when making big decisions. Risk Management refers to the process of identifying and evaluating potential business and/or personal risks in advance and taking precautionary steps to mitigate the risk using insurance as a risk management tool.

While on the path to completing your Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, or Bachelor’s degree, you will learn about becoming a Customer Service Agent and/or Account Manager for an independent agency by taking three Risk Management courses that will replace the pre-licensure coursework and exam to be licensed in the state of Florida.
A career as a Customer Service Agent
or Agent/Broker is rewarding if you like to...
  • Find solutions
  • Work with others
  • Make a difference
  • Learn and grow
  • Think a step ahead
  • Know how to prove a point
  • Manage your work or business

Risk Management Brochure

Ask an advisor about Risk Management and Insurance Specialization and start your career today.

Ian Ferguson, A. Hugh Adams Central Campus

RMI 2662: Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance

​This course is an introduction to the principles, practices, and economics of insurance. Topics include fire, life and casualty contracts, and various types of business and contingency risks.

RMI 2212: Personal & Business Property Insurance

​​This course provides an overview of personal and business property risks and coverages which may be used in dealing with these risks, including the underwriting, marketing and social problems associated with these coverages. Additional topics include commercial and residential fire insurance, inland marine and transportation coverages, and multi- peril contracts.

RMI 2110: Personal Insurance Planning

​This course includes methods of analysis in handling personal risk exposures, including insurance coverage alternatives. Integration of life, health and accident, property and liability, profit-sharing, and private and governmental insurance and pension programs are also included.

Insurance Scholarship Criteria
  1. ​Complete all steps on Apply for Financial Aid - this includes submitting a FAFSA and all necessary paperwork to complete your file.
  2. Register for your classes- At least half time (6 credit hours) enrollment is required.
  3. Make sure you are admitted to the College in A.S. in Business Administration: Insurance Specialization
  4. Complete the online scholarship application and submit a 250 word essay explaining how this would aide you.
  5. The scholarship will pay 100% of the first insurance course, 100% of the second insurance course, and 100% of the last course.


Please remember: You must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be passing Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) in order to maintain eligibility.

Must maintain a grade of ‘B’ or better in ALL RMI courses

  • RMI 2212 Personal and Business Property Insurance
  • RMI 2110 Personal Insurance Planning
  • RMI 2662 Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance

All communication regarding awards will be through your BC email. Please make sure you enter your correct email address when filling out the application.

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