Risk Management Education
As undergraduate and graduate students consider their future careers, knowledge in risk management is increasingly important, regardless of academic discipline. Knowledge and skills in mitigating risk and maximizing potential is valued across industries, and the Center for Risk Management Education and Research cultivates students to become uniquely prepared to manage risks. The Center offers:
- Undergraduate Certificate in Integrated Risk Management
- Student Fellowship Program
- Risk Management Connection
Graduate Education Research Fellowship
The Center for Risk Management Education and Research jointly with The Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University announce lucrative MS graduate fellowships in agricultural risk management.
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Undergraduate Certificate in
Integrated Risk Management
The Certificate in Integrated Risk Management is designed as a multidisciplinary specialization for students whose career interests include making business decisions involving risk. The purpose of the certificate is to provide undergraduate Student Fellows in the Center for Risk Management Education and Research with the opportunity to participate in a concentrated curriculum in integrated risk management concepts, tools, and applications. The course sequence of this certificate complements and leverages the experiential learning activities Student Fellows participate in through the CRMER.
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Student Fellowship Program
The CRMER Student Fellowship is open to all K-State sophomores and graduate students with an interest in risk management and at least three semesters remaining in their academic program.
The CRMER Student Fellowship program provides experiential learning opportunities designed to elevate student knowledge of comprehensive risk inherent in our global society. Students engage in a hands-on education, fully integrated with faculty and industry partners from different fields.
Students apply to the program in the spring and begin the first of three semesters in the fall. Online applications are accepted in February each year. Applicants must display a strong interested in risk management and a 3.5 and higher cumulative GPA is encouraged. All majors are considered, emphasis is placed on students in the colleges of Agriculture, Business, and Engineering.
Are you interested in the opportunities available with the Center for Risk Management Education and Research? Please contact us for more information on how you can become involved with the Center.