This program prepares graduates for a dynamic career in multi-line claim handling. Automobile, property, and casualty claims are the major topics for this fast-paced two semester program. Included in the curriculum is a two-week field assignment with a host company (students must have a 2.0 spring semester G.P.A. to participate). While there is strong industry acceptance of graduates, most positions will require relocation. Excellent starting salaries and benefit packages can be expected. A criminal conviction record, and especially a felony conviction, may bar employment in the occupations that relate to this training.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(10 Courses)
Course Title Credits
ADS 1006 Keyboarding for Non-Business Majors
CR 1100 Automobile Insurance
CR 1101 Estimating Vehicle Damage
CR 1102 Casualty Claim Procedures
CR 1200 Homeowners Insurance
CR 1201 Property Loss Appraisal
CR 1202 Field Assignment
CR 1204 Claim Research Lab
GSCI 1302 Introduction to Computers
GSWS 1402 Employment Prep & Retention
Total Credits: 32  
Note there is a data error. The credits listed in this section total 29 while the section is listed as having 32 credits.
Elective Courses
(this course is not required but is recommended)
Course Title Credits
CR 2950 Special Projects/Topics 1*
Total Diploma Credits: 32  

*Credits for this course are variable. See your Advisor about this course.