BUSN 3373 Enterprise Risk Management

3 hours; 3 credits

Focus on the various forms of risk that business managers must assess and control to protect the human, physical, intellectual and financial capital of an enterprise. An examination of the sources of risk and the potential consequences firms could experience from the realization of an array of hazards. An examination of how managers behave during a business crisis and the consequences of this behavior.

Prerequisite: Finance 3310 or [Business 3310] or Economics 3332 [70.8]; Accounting 2001 [1]


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