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Insurance

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Insurance professionals support the businesses and households with risk management and insurance needs. There are many reasons to consider a career in insurance including:

  • Many entry level opportunities
  • Significant career choices across a broad spectrum of jobs
  • Abundant opportunities to support individuals and communities
  • Strong job security

Between 2019 and 2029, employment of various sectors of the insurance industry is projected to grow faster than the average of all occupations.  The demand for sales agents is anticipated to grow where the role of independent sales agents is expected to expand.  Valued skills include, Knowledge of the industry, an understanding of financial products, awareness of customer-service skills, and strong sales ability. 

CAREER OUTLOOK:  There are many different roles for those who specialize in insurance including:

  • Sales Agent
  • Underwriter
  • Actuary
  • Claims Adjuster
  • Appraiser
  • Examiner
  • Investigator
  • Customer Service Representative

For current information regarding a state and national hourly wage for a career in supply chain management, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

PROGRAMS

ACADEMIC PATHWAY (FALL 2021): Students may use the Insurance Career Certificate as a pathway to further their Business education in completion of the following Certificates and Degrees:

CERTIFICATES

Insurance Career Certificate

Business Professional Certificate of Achievement

DEGREES

Business Administration (BGAAS)

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DIRECTOR  MCC insurance & Real estate PROGRAMS
Seth Woodke

Seth Woodke
Nebraska Licensed Real Estate Professional, Realtor®
M.B.A., M.S., B.S.
Real Estate/Business Administration  
Sarpy Center 133 | (531)-MCC-3887
swoodke@mccneb.edu