2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 13, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Graduation Map: Insurance, TC


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The Technical Certificate in Insurance is designed to provide students with foundational skills in insurance and risk management. Topics include risk management, personal and commercial property, life, health and liability. In addition to the course work students will complete an internship their last semester within the local insurance industry as well as complete the CISR industry certification exam.

ACTS Course Numbers
The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and equitable treatment in the application of credits for admissions and degree requirements. Go to https://adhe.edu/students-parents/transfer-info-for-students for more information.

Degree Requirements

-The certificate requires completion of 30 credit hours. 

-A minimum 2.00 grade-point average is required for graduation. 

-Please note: additional prerequisite courses may be required if minimum placement test scores are not met. 

Semester One


Complete all 15 Hours

Course/Requirement Credits Semester Taken Grade
  BUS 1153  Keyboarding I OR BUS 1253  Keyboarding II 3    
  BUS 1403  Microcomputer Applications 3    
  BUS 1543  Principles of Insurance I  3    
  BUS 1603  Microcomputer Applications 3    
  ENGL 1311  English Composition I 3    

PROGRESS CHECK WITH ADVISOR

Semester Two


Complete all 15 Hours

Course/Requirement Credits Semester Taken Grade
  BUS 1843  Principles of Insurance II 3    
  BUS 1903  Word Processing with Microsoft Word 3    
  BUS 1913  Spreadsheet Applications with EXCEL 3    
  BUS 2243  Business Communication 3    
  MATH 1300  Mathematical Reasoning (or higher) 3    

PROGRESS CHECK WITH ADVISOR - APPLY FOR GRADUATION

Total 30 Credit Hours


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