College Catalog 20132014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Actuarial Science (B.S.)


Return to: Departments and Programs Student Learning Outcomes for Actuarial Science:
Students will be able to:

Solve problems using fundamental concepts of calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, probability, interest theory, and statistics.

Communicate precise deductive mathematical arguments, both orally and in writing, using professionally accepted conventions of language.

Offer wellreasoned critiques of mathematical arguments presented in professional contexts.

Be proficient with mathematical software and one or more programming languages at a level that enables them to solve mathematical problems or demonstrate mathematical ideas.

Apply learning relevant to actuarial science in the areas of probability, financial mathematics, economics, life contingencies, corporate finance, and statistics.

Demonstrate the ability to communicate the results of inductive quantitative analysis effectively, both orally and in writing.

Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively with others.

Demonstrate the ability to engage in lifelong learning and professional growth.
