Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics - Actuarial Science and Risk Analytics Concentration
Students working toward a Ph.D. degree usually require four to six years to complete the requirements. Each student must pass the comprehensive examinations (testing the student's knowledge of basic graduate-level mathematics in algebra, analysis, and other areas) and the preliminary examination (testing the student's ability to begin or continue research in a chosen field). Students must also write and defend a research thesis in their field of mathematics.
|MATH 540||Real Analysis||4|
|MATH 561||Theory of Probability I||4|
|MATH 563||Risk Modeling and Analysis||4|
|STAT 510||Mathematical Statistics I||4|
|MATH 564||Applied Stochastic Processes||4|
|STAT 425||Applied Regression and Design||3 or 4|
|FIN 591||Theory of Finance||4|
|ASRM 575||Life Insurance and Pension Mathematics||4|
|ASRM 510||Financial Mathematics||4|
|ASRM 561||Loss Data Analytics & Credibility||4|
|MATH 599||Thesis Research (0 min applied toward degree)||0|
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Other requirements may overlap.
|MATH 405, MATH 406, MATH 415, MATH 444, and MATH 499 cannot be counted toward this graduate degree.
|64 hours in residence
|Masters Degree Required for Admission to PhD
|Comprehensive Exam Required
|Preliminary Exam Required
|Final Exam/Dissertation Defense Required
|Dissertation Deposit Required