- BUS130 Personal Auto Insurance
- BUS131 Personal Residential Insurance
- BUS132 Personal Insurance Lines – Miscellaneous I
- BUS134 Commercial Casualty Insurance I – CGL, Additional Insureds
- BUS136 Commercial Casualty Insurance II – BAP, WC, Excess Liability
- BUS137 Commercial Property Insurance
- BUS138 Agency Operations
- BUS139 Life and Health Insurance
- BUS141 Elements of Risk Management
Certified Insurance Service Representative
Students gain skills and knowledge in office productivity software, general business principles, effective business communication, and business law, and at least five aspects of the insurance industry. Students with the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation have the foundation for a rewarding job in the insurance industry. According to the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research: To earn the CISR designation, students must complete any 5 of 9 Insurance courses and pass the 5 exams within 3 years. Students are encouraged to continue their education by earning an Associate's degree.
In a recent survey to its members, the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents survey results indicated that the number one challenge is to find employees for customer service positions and second was for sales positions. This certificate prepares students for both entry-level sales and service positions in the insurance industry.
This occupational profile is provided by O*NET.
Upon successful completion of the Certified Insurance Service Representative, students are able to:
- Demonstrate desirable work habits including verbal/written communication skill, tecnological competence, critical thinking, self-reliance, cooperativeness, and adaptability.
- Analyze ethical issues and apply ethical standards in the performance of responsibiities in the insurance industry.
- Assume an entry-level position in the insurance industry.
- Earn the Certified Insurance Service Representative designation.