There is a growing demand for actuaries to help businesses evaluate and plan for the financial consequences of risk. You’ll learn how to communicate quantitative information effectively, summarize data graphically and numerically, and analyze problems involving risk and uncertainty using mathematical methods.
Olivet’s actuarial science program has been consistently ranked among the best in the nation, making us a leader in this growing field. This major provides you with the necessary mathematical and business knowledge to prepare you for actuarial exams administered by the Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society.
“I specifically picked Olivet College based on its reputation for the actuarial science program. Janine Peters is a fantastic adviser, and she has helped me find the best route to obtain my degree. The actuarial science program is excellent to be a part of because everyone is willing to lend a hand to help you succeed. I am very confident that this program will lead me to a career that I will be thoroughly prepared to step into and makes me exceptionally happy.” – Delaney, actuarial science major
Actuaries are experts in managing risk. They deal with the measurement and management of risk and uncertainty through asset management, liability management and valuation skills.
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An underwriter is a financial expert who takes a look at finances and assesses how much risk a lender will take on if they decide to approve a loan. Underwriters evaluate credit history, assets, the size of the loan requested and how well they anticipate that the borrower can pay back the loan.
Established for students who are excited about math to learn different strategies for math competitions and provide community service through tutoring.
The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is an organization founded to encourage women to study and pursue careers in the mathematical…
A national award-winning student organization established to bring together people interested in the fields of insurance, risk management and financial planning.
Provides students interested in the fields of accounting and finance professional development and service opportunities.
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