This program will provide a solid understanding of annuities, yield rates, amortization, sinking funds, and bonds with real-life applications. On completion of the program, the students would have a sound background of actuarial mathematics and risk theory and be able to analyze real-life problems involving life insurance and annuities along with associated premiums and valuations, and also be able to analyze problems involving individual risk models over a short term and collective risk models over a single and an extended period.
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Students that graduate with a minor in the Mathematical Sciences, Actuarial Science Concentration, will:
- Demonstrate a solid understanding of differential and integral calculus, and be able to apply these concepts to a variety of problems.
- Demonstrate a solid understanding of linear algebra and be able to apply these concepts to a variety of problems.
- Able to analyze real-life situations dealing with life insurance, life annuities, and contingent investments.
- Communicate effectively in writing the solution to an actuarial science problem.
Minor in Actuarial Science
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