Kansas Insurance Certificate
The Kansas Insurance Certificate provides academic preparation for students who want to pursue a career in the insurance and financial services industries. While the program is offered in partnership with several Kansas Regents universities, all coursework may be completed at Washburn University.
The program requires four (4) three-credit-hour courses for business or non-business students. A grade of C or better must be earned in each course and at least six hours must be earned at Washburn University. Some courses have prerequisite requirements. However, prerequisites normally are met as part of the student's major program.
|Required classes for the Kansas Insurance Certificate|
|BU 374||Principles of Risk and Insurance||3|
|BU 378||Life and Health Insurance||3|
|And two classes from the list below||6|
|Internship in Business|
An additional course offered onine from one of several Kansas Regents Universities or
Another approved Washburn University course in the insurance or financial serices areas
The awarding of the Certificate in Entrepreneurship is independent of the graduation date of degree-seeking students. Note: Due to Federal regulations, students completing the certificate independently from a Washburn degree program will not be able to receive federal financial aid for the certificate program.