Master of Actuarial Science

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

A Master of Actuarial Science will develop your skills in the challenge of crunching numbers to evaluate risk and create practical solutions for real-world problems. Bond is the only university in Queensland to be Accredited by the Actuaries Institute and is an innovative and immersive program that combines elements of economics, finance, data science, and advanced probability theory. This encourages students to develop techniques for the management of risk and improvement of business decision-making. The Master of Actuarial Science is a four-semester program that provides those with an undergraduate degree in an alternative field of study, an opportunity to gain Part I (Foundation program) accreditation, from the Actuaries Institute. Students who have successfully completed cognate undergraduate programs, may be eligible for advanced standing of up to 30 credit points toward the Master of Actuarial Science program.

Structure

TOTAL CREDIT POINTS : 180

Subjects

  • ACCT71-100: Accounting Principles (10CP)ACSC71-200: Mathematical Statistics (10CP)ACSC71-201: Financial Mathematics (10CP)ACSC71-301: Contingencies (10CP)ACSC71-305: Actuarial and Financial Models (10CP)ACSC71-306: Stochastic Processes (10CP)ACSC71-307: Survival Analysis (10CP)ECON71-100: Principles of Economics (10CP)ECON71-200: Linear Models and Applied Econometrics (10CP)ECON71-202: Macroeconomics (10CP)FINC71-601: Corporate Finance (10CP)FINC71-603: Investments (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Successful completion of a recognised Bachelor degree (or equivalent qualification) in any field

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $73,680 No
  • Full-time : 16 months

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