A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
Insurance programs are often pursued by students who wish to enter or advance a career in a related profession. Some specializations within the industry include actuaries, who assess risks and use complex mathematics to determine premiums, and claims adjusters, who perform research to determine liability.
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich School of Management
In the winter 2007/2008, the Munich School of Management started the degree programme of Executive Master of Insurance for the first time. Developed in close cooperation
In the winter 2007/2008, the Munich School of Management started the degree programme of Executive Master of Insurance for the first time. Developed in close cooperation with the insurance industry, this new programme’s clear line of business-oriented focus on insurance matters is a corollary of Munich being a centre of the insurance business. Nationwide, Munich counts the highest number of employees working in the insurance industry and therefore ranks among the leading centres of this business worldwide.
The course of study within this programme, which is subject to a fee, is spread over three semesters, and is mainly targeted at full time employees. Course contact hours will occupy weekends and single phases of attendance, split into sets of 8 days. Some of the courses are taught in English....