Graduate Course Descriptions

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5563. Enterprise Risk Management: Identify Events as Risks to Manage or Opportunities to Seize

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: Department consent.

Grading Basis: Graded

Provides students with the ability within the COSO framework to identify events that may impact a nonfinancial publicly traded enterprise's ability to realize value for its stakeholders using the concept of the triple bottom line of profit, people, and planet. Events will be evaluated as risks that have negative impacts and opportunities as well as potential positive impacts. ERM techniques applied in the course will include: risk control, business continuity, reputation risk, supply-chain management, compensation system alignment, and strategic decisions.

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