fin428 | undergraduate
Insurance For Financial Planning
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Health and Disability Insurance
- Describe health insurance for the elderly, including long-term care plans and Medicare.
- Explain group life and health insurance employee benefits.
- Describe the components of disability insurance.
- Differentiate among various types of medical coverage health insurance plans.
Individual Property Insurance
- Explain the general provisions of homeowners insurance.
- Differentiate among other forms of individual property insurance.
- Determine the best individual property insurance for a given situation.
- Explain the general provisions of auto insurance.
- Explain the general provisions of commercial property insurance.
- Explain the general provisions of commercial liability insurance.
- Differentiate among other forms of commercial insurance.
- Differentiate among different types of life insurance.
- Evaluate the need for life insurance and policies available.
- Describe the general provisions of life insurance contracts.
- Identify business uses of life insurance.
Principles of Risk and Insurance
- Describe the nature and function of insurance.
- Explain the risk management process.
- Identify risks associated with personal financial planning.
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