Bozeman, MT
Jun 16-Jun 19, 2014
Credit: 2 graduate
Tuition & Fees: $1,545.00
Instructor(s): Crystal Alegria

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Course Description

An in-depth study of risk management concepts, tools, and strategies for individuals and families, including: life insurance; property and casualty insurance; liability insurance; accident, disability, health, and long-term care insurance; and government-subsidized programs. Current and emerging issues, as well as ethical consideration, relative to risk management will be discussed. Case studies will provide experience in selecting insurance products suitable for individuals and families.

Meeting Place and Times

This course is offered online.


Crystal Alegria, MA. Ms. Alegria is coordinator for Project Archaeology, a national archaeology and heritage education program. She has worked in heritage and archaeological education for the last ten years with an emphasis on curriculum development for upper elementary students. Ms. Alegria has a B.S. in Anthropology and an M.A. in History from Montana State University.


Students enrolled in the Family Financial Planning Program through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (GPIDEA) have first priority to enroll in the course. Students not enrolled in the program may register if room is available. To learn more about course requirements and availability contact Janine Hansen at or (406) 994-5240.

Tuition and Fees


Sorry, no fee waivers will be accepted. Payment is required even if tuition cap has been reached.

Required Books/Materials

  • Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance 11th Edition
    Author: Emmett J. Vaughan and Therese M. Vaughan
    ISBN: 978-1-118-53400-7
    Price: Paperback: Approximately $155 on Amazon(new)or $70 for the Kindle Edition

For More Information

To learn more about the Family Financial Planning Program visit our website or contact Deborah Haynes at

How to Register

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