Top Insurance Masters degree Programs - 2023

Insurance programs prepare individuals to manage risk in organizational settings and provide insurance and risk-aversion services to businesses, individuals, and other organizations. Includes instruction in casualty insurance and general liability, property insurance, employee benefits, social and health insurance, loss adjustment, underwriting, risk theory, and pension planning.

Those who are interested in Insurance can study up to a Postbaccalaureate certificate. Currently, 1,395 students earn a some level of degree in Insurance around the United States each year. More students graduate with a degree in Insurance in the state of Florida than any other state. The average annual income for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Insurance is $52,300.

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90
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41
Total Females
49

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  • Total Masters degree

    90

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See where Insurance is the most popular major in the U.S.
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Top Colleges for Insurance

Considering majoring in Insurance? Take a look at Florida State University or the University of Wisconsin-Madison! These institutions are some of the best campuses to study Insurance. Currently, Florida State University has 21 graduates earning their Masters degree in Insurance, while the University of Wisconsin-Madison has 1 students earning a Masters degree in Insurance. Learn more about college options in the table below.

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Careers for Insurance Majors

The highest paying career for Insurance majors is Business Teachers, Postsecondary. But, something else to consider is how much demand there is for specific careers. A job that is in high need that a degree in Insurance can prepare you for is Insurance Sales Agents.

Top Paying Careers for Insurance

  1. Business Teachers, Postsecondary   (Median Wage: $94,360)
  2. Insurance Underwriters   (Median Wage: $76,390)
  3. Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators   (Median Wage: $65,080)
  4. Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage   (Median Wage: $62,680)
  5. Insurance Sales Agents   (Median Wage: $49,840)
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