Provide consulting services to companies such as insurers, banks, government regulators, etc. to manage risks and evaluate plans using sound business judgement and the ability to summarize and communicate complex technical information to non-specialists.
Determines whether or not to accept applications for insurance coverage by considering the risks involved in protecting the policyholder based on a variety of factors. Carry out risk assessments by preparing insurance policies and collecting and analyzing statistical data.
Analytic Geometry-Calculus I, II, and III, Programming for Data Science/Computer Science I, Theoretical Statistics I and II, Applied Statistics/Introductory Statistics I & II, Applied Regression and ANOVA, Statistical Data Management, Statistical Consulting
Introduction to Economic Analysis or Principles of Microeconomic/Macroeconomics, Introduction to Actuarial Science, Actuarial Models, Time Series Analysis, Accounting Principles I, Principles of Finance, Investments or Risk Management: Property and Casualty and Risk Management: Life and Health Insurance
For all incoming students: Plan on taking STAT:471 - Intro to Actuarial Science in spring of your first year. You will need Calculus I and don't need to have STAT:461 - Applied Statistics completed.
STAT:472 - Actuarial Models is offered in Spring of odd years (next offered in Spring 2023). A good understanding on materials from STAT:451 - Theoretical Statistics I is vital for this course. If you need STAT:472 - Actuarial Models in a semester that it is not offered, contact Dr. Nao Mimoto.
STAT: 477 - Time Series is offered in Spring of even years (next offered in Spring 2024).
Internships are an incredibly valuable asset to you education. Begin looking in September-October for summer internships.