ACSI 6600 - Problems in Actuarial Science1 to 6 credit hours
Prerequisites: Mathematical maturity, preparation in actuarial science (normally nine semester hours of graduate study in actuarial science), and consent of instructor. Students wishing to enroll must select a topic in actuarial science prior to the semester in which ACSI 6600 is taken. Topics include, but are not limited to, applications of principles of actuarial mathematics to group and health insurance, retirement benefits, quantitative risk management, rate making, statistical methods in actuarial data analysis, interest rate models and their applications. Students must submit a written report. Course may be taken up to two times provided that the projects are completely different. Credits may total 1-12 hours.Credit will be based on the difficulty and complexity of the project as determined by the instructor. Pass/Fail grading.
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