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Bachelors of Business Administration in Insurance

A BBA stands for Bachelor in Business Administration, and it is an undergraduate degree that students pursue to better prepare them for a career in business. Classes can be taken at a business school, a university or private college, or online. Programs usually take three to five years to complete. What is a BBA in Insurance? Insurance allows consumers to purchase protection against certain future… Read more

A BBA stands for Bachelor in Business Administration, and it is an undergraduate degree that students pursue to better prepare them for a career in business. Classes can be taken at a business school, a university or private college, or online. Programs usually take three to five years to complete.

What is a BBA in Insurance? Insurance allows consumers to purchase protection against certain future threats. In this program, students will build a strong knowledge base about the insurance industry. Students will learn not only insurance basics such as health and life policies, personal and commercial insurance, underwriting, and insurance regulations and laws, but other business concepts as well. Every program will differ, but examples of classes include organizational management, loss and risk management, commercial law, communication, finance, and economics.

Students who pursue a degree in insurance benefit in that there are many employment opportunities in the industry. Students also build a variety of skills such as problem solving, analytical thinking, and team building.

The costs associated with earning a bachelor’s degree can vary quite a bit from one school to another. The location of the school, length of the program, and even the school’s reputation can play factors in the tuition and fees. Students are encouraged to pick a few favorites and contact them to find out what to expect financially.

The insurance industry is always looking for qualified graduates who are professional and dedicated to the principles of social responsibility and ethics. Examples of career opportunities include underwriters, loss control agents, claims adjusters, risk managers, and foreign exchange traders. Other positions that graduates may pursue are insurance brokers or agents, actuaries, estate planners, corporate risk managers, fraud investigators, and field representatives.

If you are ready to research and compare different insurance programs, our online database is easy to use. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Delta State University, College of Business
Cleveland, USA

The Insurance and Real Estate program is designed to provide the student a theoretical and practical foundation in the principles and practices of insurance and real estate.

The Insurance and Real Estate program is designed to provide the student a theoretical and practical foundation in the principles and practices of insurance and real estate. -
BBA
Full-time
Sep 2020
Campus

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