This course enables you to pursue further studies in actuarial applications in order to fulfil the part ll requirements of the Actuaries Institute, and to undertake your own significant research project in interesting actuarial areas.
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What jobs can the Bachelor of Science (Actuarial Science) (Honours) lead to?
- Banking and finance
- General insurance
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Risk management
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What you'll learn
- employ a holistic approach to understand the context of a problem;apply professional capabilities to identify a problem, research and interpret the data and apply appropriate techniques to develop an effective solution;
- understand contemporary issues from a range of different perspectives; engage with others to develop a shared awareness of cross-cultural differences;
- apply discipline knowledge, critical thinking and judgement to assess challenging, relevant problems and develop creative, innovative solutions
- demonstrate a high level of awareness of relevant global developments; apply professional conduct, including self-reflection and ongoing learning, to respond and adapt to change
- access, analyse and interpret relevant material, applying appropriate computer software and Actuarial Control Cycle approach; communicate effectively and in a professional manner using digital technology as appropriate to the audience and purpose;
- collaborate with others in a manner consistent with professional practices in order to solve problems relevant to industry, government and the wider community in a timely and effective manner