Course Information

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Describe and apply advanced concepts related of probability, theory of interest, financial derivatives, finance, economics, regression and time series, risk and loss functions
  • Critically evaluate current research in actuarial science, develop and support a sustained argument based on evidence, and apply appropriate research methods to problems
  • Interpret verbal descriptions and transform them into mathematical insurance models, analyse the models, interpret the models and output and express the solutions in a coherent organized manner
  • Recognize and discuss appropriate best actuarial models and create models to solve complex problems

Program Requirements

Total Courses: 12

97-501 Probability for Risk and Actuarial Science 
97-502 Financial Mathematics, Theory of Interest
76-503 Introduction to Financial Management*
97-503 Derivatives Markets I
76-512 Financial Management
97-520 Regression and Time Series
97-504 Derivatives markets II
97-505 Life Contingencies I
97-510 Microeconomics 
97-506 Life Contingencies II
97-507 Special Topics in Actuarial Science
97-511 Macroeconomics

Program Duration

Four consecutive terms, each 4 months in duration, for a total of 16-months

For detailed information, please refer to the University of Windsor's online Graduate Calendar.