Non-degree Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance
Designed for Risk Management and Insurance Professionals
Stay Current with Trends in Risk Management
Broaden your knowledge of Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) by completing a one-year Certificate in RMI Studies from the University of Colorado Denver.
By completing three semester-long RMI courses, all available online, and meeting prior finance course requirements, you will be on your way to enhancing your personal knowledge and providing your employer with RMI awareness and professional skills.
- $2000 per course (three upper division credits) or $5000 for three courses
- Group discounts available - contact Lori Genuchi
- Prerequisite courses to be taken at UCD Business School as regular courses at state-mandated tuition rate.
- Use employee education benefits to advance your career
Basic Eligibility: High School diploma/GED and relevant professional experience
Credits: You will recieve nine university undergraduate credits that may be applied to future university degrees.
Online Option: All courses are available online or on campus.
Requirements: Read more about RMI classes
Admissions: Read more about the admissions process
Classes begin every August (Fall semester) and January (Spring semester).
What are RMI industry leaders saying about the Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance Studies?
"The Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) is a program designed for the industry professional that is looking to advance their career with a level of education that is far advanced from the industry designations currently offered. This is the only certificate program that I am aware of that is developed, taught, and backed by a major four-year University which adds tremendous credibility and value. Most companies no longer have the in-house resources to provide in-depth training and education, and the RMI certificate program is an excellent option for providing this important piece in a very efficient and cost-effective manner that companies should take advantage of."
- Terry M. Lee, CRM, ARM, CIC
Past President, Colorado PRIMA
Assistant Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, University of Colorado