The Risk Management and Insurance PhD program is designed to develop an understanding of both theoretical and applied aspects of insurance, risk management, and employee benefits.

Prerequisites

  1. Math courses
    Calculus:  differential and integral
    Linear Algebra: a course elementary linear algebra is strongly recommended before taking doctoral level (8000 and 9000) courses.

Typical Course Sequence

  Fall Spring Summer
Year 1
Year 2
  • RMIN 9000 Doctoral Research
  • Preliminary Exams
Year 3 & 4  

Placements

Risk Management and Insurance PhDs have taken positions at various institutions, including Minnesota State University, Mankato and St. Joseph University.