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This course provides an introduction to the principles and concepts of enterprise risk management (ERM). Framework from the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations’ (COSO) and guidelines from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) will be covered.  Topics include the definition of risk, the ISO 31000 risk management principles, and COSO 2004 ERM-Integrated framework.  Students will learn about oversight and leadership, ERM and strategic management, alignment of ERM with internal control, audit and compliance the function.

Key Objectives of the course:

  • Understand background, concepts and principles of enterprise risk management
  • Understand a definition of risk, risk management system and standards
  • Describe elements of the ERM framework
  • Delineate roles and responsibilities of ERM system participants
  • Identify key success factors for effective risk management
  • Describe risk heat maps, advantages and shortcomings
  • Analyze a risk management maturity model
  • Demonstrate ability to find the latest risk management thought leadership

Note: This is a 2.0 quarter unit course. Students requesting Continuing Education Units (CEUs) must enroll to earn the academic credit using the grade option of Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass. 
For more information about this course, contact: unexbusa@ucsd.edu

Course Number: BUSA-40993
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Accounting

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