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BSLW 1154 Insurance (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

The structure and organization of different types of insurance policies, including life, property and casualty policies, will be examined and the fundamental legal principals of insurance law as applied to modern business requirements will be reviewed. The goal of this course is to focus students' attention on how insurance solves problems for business firms, individual consumers, and society. The pervasiveness of insurance in our society, as well as the role of the federal and state governments in regulating the insurance industry will be examined carefully.

Instructor(s): Richard Powers

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 14-Feb-14