Actuaries and financial mathematicians apply mathematical models and numerical tools to practical applications, such as financial markets.
What you will learn
use their exposure to a process of independently identifying a research problem and individually investigating and adapting as necessary a set of techniques to solve the problem
widen and deepen their high level of thinking skills by posing challenging problems that are relevant, motivational creative and reflective in the pursuit of well-structured syndicated programs
analyse, identify and use the relevant material in an Actuarial Control Cycle Format from a wide array of available data sources synthesise and process this data to ensure that the information is monitored in the light of a possibly changing problem, new information and or a change in technique
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Business & Management courses at Curtin University.