This top-ranked Risk Management and Insurance Program started in 1965 and has grown to be the largest undergraduate program of its kind in the U.S.
Our average graduating class numbers roughly 120, and those newly minted Terry alums are equipped to take a variety of positions in the industry, such as insurance adjusters and underwriters, insurance brokers and agents, insurance underwriters, personal financial planners, as well as analysts in corporate management. On average, we have 20 MBA graduates per year, and we are home to one of the largest PhD programs in the U.S. producing future risk management and insurance professors.
Points of Pride
The program’s annual Risk and Insurance Careers Day attracts over 50 employers and the student resume book is mailed to over 1,000 recruiters every spring.
Maintains a highly active internship program with more than 50 employers in over 15 states.
Faculty members are among the top published in the premier risk management and insurance journals
This consistently highly ranked program is currently the No. 2 program in the country.
Department Head, Insurance, Legal Studies, and Real Estate
When sweeping financial reforms brought the federal government into the insurance business, two Terry professors trekked to Washington, D.C. to teach policymakers the ins and outs of the industry.
Catastrophe securitization is a viable alternative to insurance because it helps spread risk, saves companies from potential financial ruin, and even provides corporations and qualified investors a low risk security with a favorable return on their investment — a winning proposition for all.
Meidl and Schaper, honored at a luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, credit Terry for their career direction and job placement in the risk management and insurance industry.