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Lacy School of Business
Andre B. Lacy School of Business

Risk Management and Insurance

Business Statistics class

Rethink Risk.

The Davey Risk Management and Insurance curriculum was designed to develop students to confidently manage the upsides and downsides of risk. Our highly regarded faculty embraces a holistic view of the insurance industry and relies on strategic partnerships with professional societies and associations to provide opportunities for conference and event attendance, scholarships, and internships.

There is currently a high demand for graduates from insurance programs, and with 25% of the insurance workforce expected to retire by 2018, demand is only increasing. An RMI degree provides the perfect opportunity for enterprising graduates to carve their path to success in a field eager to find new talent.

Risk Management and Insurance Curriculum

What We Offer

  • 100% placement rate
  • One of approximately 58 RMI programs in the United States
  • Real-world experience in an industry that expects to need tens of thousands new employees over the next seven years
  • Opportunity to pursue professional certifications and/or insurance license at no charge to you
  • Attend industry tradeshows and conferences across the country
  • Join Gamma Iota Sigma, an international risk management, insurance, and actuarial science professional fraternity
  • Participate in a student-run captive insurance group

100% PLACEMENT RATE

With much of the industry expected to retire soon, RMI majors are in high demand. Butler students have held positions as underwriters, actuaries, compliance officers and more. Students have interned at organizations including Liberty Mutual Insurance, Northwestern Mutual and StateFarm Insurance.

STUDENT-RUN CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANY

Imagine graduating with real-world experience. Thanks to a generous gift from MJ Insurance and Michael M. Bill, the Lacy School of Business will establish a student-run insurance company with the goal of having the company fully operational by the 2019-2020 academic year.