This course examines how insurance
professionals apply the tools of their trade at an advanced level. Whether
claims professionals, underwriters, brokers, or agents, students will examine
perspectives from the three core disciplines to deepen and broaden their
understanding of the industry.
• Working with Other Insurance Professionals
• Organizing the Business of P&C Insurance
People in P&C Insurance Firms
• Managing Product Development, Distribution, and Services
• Managing for Long-term
• Ensuring Internal
Controls and Audits
• Managing in
a Regulatory Environment
• Accommodating Legislative and Judicial Influences
• Engaging with the Larger Industry
Course readings are drawn from C112
Practical Issues in Claims Management; C122 Practical Issues in Underwriting
Management; and C132 Practical Issues in Broker Management.
this course will include:
• Weekly participation in online
• A final assessment (a written
All evaluated work is delivered and submitted through the
course web page on our e-learning website.
Length: One term (13 weeks).
Delivery: Facilitated online learning. There is no
weekly live class, but all students follow the same weekly schedule for
readings, assignments, and graded online discussions. Students should plan to
log in to the course website at least twice a week to participate in the graded
discussions. The course facilitator provides guidance and grades student
Time commitment: About 8–10 hours per week to complete readings,
assignments, discussion and other activities.
Before registering for this course, you
must have successfully completed the following:
• all requirements of the CIP program
•A300: Critical Thinking for
We strongly recommend that you also complete the following before registering
• A310: Business Foundations for Insurance Professionals