- 1.An ability to apply techniques of mathematics, probability, and statistics to identify, formulate, and solve problems relevant to actuarial practices.
- 2.An ability to formulate, implement, and test an actuarial model using sound scientific methodology subject to economical, accounting, regulatory, and financial constraints.
- 3.An ability to describe an actuarial, financial, or statistical problem, gather relevant data, evaluate its reliability, analyze it, and draw conclusions.
- 4.An ability to effectively write and orally communicate a technical report and give efficient presentations to a specialized or general audience.
- 5.An ability to understand the ethical and professional aspects of the actuarial profession, as well as the impact of professional and scientific development on social welfare.
- 6.An ability to function effectively on teams, and establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.
Students enrolled in the BS degree program will be well-prepared to undergo a series of actuarial science examinations, leading to the ASA and ACAS designations conferred by the American Society of Actuaries (SOA) and the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). Additionally, they will benefit from Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) credits approved for courses in "Economics," "Mathematical Statistics," and "Accounting Finance," which are required for attaining the abovementioned designations.