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There are many different forms of insurance, ranging far beyond the coverage available to individuals to mitigate potential losses associated with automobile operation or medical bills. A student focusing on this subject should be prepared to take courses in mathematics, ethics and international policy.
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The combined Insurance and Finance major offers the opportunity to acquire a general knowledge of each discipline, as well as specialized theory and practice in these interrelated fields. The curriculum seeks to expand capacities, perspectives and skills of students who are preparing for careers in insurance and finance, including the area of risk management... [+]
With this program, you’ll receive a solid foundation in all aspects of risk management – from loss and protection, to insurance regulation, to underwriting and claims adjusting. Professionals with these skills are in demand across a variety of industries. [+]
The mathematics preactuary major is similar to a traditional actuarial science major but places more emphasis on the pure academic business and mathematics knowledge needed by actuaries and other professionals in the areas of business intelligence, business analytics, and risk management. [+]