COURSE TITLE: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT INTEGRATIVE MODULE (Leading Issues in ERM: A Project-Based Approach)
COURSE CODE: SBRM6080
This primary aim of this course is to help students develop the capability to use the concepts, frameworks and techniques presented in the ERM courses to analyze and integrate the skills and concepts into a practical risk management framework to address enterprise risks confronting a business enterprise and its related Industry. It is also aimed at developing the capability to synthesize technical analyses and risk modeling and present information in a readily understandable form for utilization by senior management engaged in strategy and policy formulation and managerial decision-making as well as the measurement and management of the full spectrum of enterprise risks.
The module project draws on the mathematical and quantitative underpinnings of the ERM courses coupled with the Business Management discipline and is intended to create a functional skill base pivoting on the following basic objectives. These are to: 1) stimulate cross-functional skill integration; 2) foster an awareness of the kinds of adjustments often necessary when applying theoretical concepts and frameworks to analyze actual business problems; and 3) develop students’ capability to draw appropriately qualified inferences from numeric data and other factual information, as well as formulate appropriately tailored recommendations.