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An actuarial science program teaches students the skills needed to analyze risks in the insurance industry. These programs typically have a majority of classes in advanced mathematic topics, along with providing students education in statistics, insurance, economics and risk analysis.
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The MS (AS & FC) degree program is conformed on those candidates who have demonstrated high academic performance at BS level programs in the fields of Actuarial Scien
The MS (AS & FC) degree program is conformed on those candidates who have demonstrated high academic performance at BS level programs in the fields of Actuarial Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Physics and interested to explore actuarial science, risk management, financial mathematics and computing sciences in insurance and finance. The field of computational finance along with actuarial science is/will be in demand nationally and internationally in banks, financial institutions, insurance companies.
Sixteen years of schooling or 4-year education (130 credit hours) after HSSC/F.A/ F.Sc./Grade 12 equivalent will be required for admission in the MS (AS&CF).
The test conducted by IoBM Admission Dept. or some equivalent agency acceptable to HEC (NTS) with a minimum of 50% cumulative score will be required at the time of admission to MS (AS&CF). The test is valid for a period of two years.
For the award of MS (AS&CF) candidates will complete 30 credit hours with 24 credit hours of coursework along with a minimum of 6 credit hours for the thesis.
(*1. 6 credit hours may be exempted only for those disciplines where research is not possible)
(*2. The HoD may allow students to do coursework of 6 credit hours in lieu of 6 credit hours of research work. This exemption can only be allowed if students wish to terminate their coursework at MS and not pursue PhD.)
Coursework of 12 credit hours is required to be completed in two semesters and the thesis should be completed in...