Masters degrees in Insurance offer advanced study of the insurance industries, related business, and the services provided to individuals and companies for a range of purposes.
Related subjects include Banking, Investment and Financial Management. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Accounting, Finance, or Business Management.
Why study a Masters in Insurance?
Insurance is a highly diverse topic with authority across a range of sectors. As such, courses in this field offer an interdisciplinary approach to training, equipping you with the skills to develop into a professional.
Training typically covers key areas of insurance services, such as underwriting, loss adjusting and brokerage. Practical training may include activities such as insurance accounting, metrics and data analysis.
Methodologies in business management are a key component of most courses. This could include training in investments or claims management, as well as marketing, sales and customer services.
Careers are highly varied, and may include insurance in public sector services such as banking, as well as private brokerage on property and pets. Other careers may include corporate insurance such as maritime coverage, or even insurance law.