Graduate Insurance and Real Estate Courses


 


INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE


IRR 520. PROPERTY INSURANCE.  Coverages, policy provisions, and concepts in property insurance including fire, homeowners, commercial property, as well as other Special Multi-Peril contracts.  Prerequisite:  IRR 300. (3 hours credit)


IRR 521. LIABILITY INSURANCE.  Coverages, policy provisions, and concepts in liability insurance including commercial and personal liability, workers compensation, and other liability contracts.  Prerequisite:  IRR 300. (3 hours credit)


IRR 540. LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE.  Individual life and health insurance contracts.  Life insurance programming; types of insurers, investments, financial statements, risk selection, taxation and regulation of companies.  Prerequisite:  IRR 300. (3 hours credit)


IRR 551. REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE.  Functions of the real estate broker, employment and sales management problems; residential sales; advertising; real property management; loan closings and real property development.  Prerequisite:  IRR 350.  (3 hours credit)


IRR 552. REAL ESTATE FINANCE.  Instruments of real estate finance, characteristic legal problems created by their use; analytical factors involved in the financing and the investment decision-making process of lending institutions as sources of funds, along with the expanding role of government.  Prerequisite:  IRR 350.  (3 hours credit)


IRR 553. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL. Concepts of value of real estate and its appraisal to include nature and purpose of appraisals; valuations of neighborhoods, sites, and improvements; and the application of cost, income and market approaches to value.  Prerequisite:  IRR 350.  (3 hours credit)


IRR 554. REAL ESTATE LAW.  Principles of legal practice related to ownership and transfer of real property, including drafting of deeds and various contracts.  Prerequisite:  IRR 350.  (3 hours credit)


IRR 622. RISK MANAGEMENT. A study of utility functions to ascertain an individual