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ACC 368 Enterprise Risk Management I

Course Description: This course introduces modern principles, concepts and practices concerning Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). ERM provides a holistic, integrated, comprehensive assessment of the risks that an organization is exposed to, and an objective and consistent approach to managing and monitoring risk to help enhance shareholder value. Topics include, ERM, models and frameworks, risk categories, risk tools, processes for - and frequency of - identifying assessing, and rolling up risks for the overall organization, and the linkages that exist between ERM and other important governance and control processes.

Course Rotation: Fall and Spring

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

ACC 302 Minimum Grade of D